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For the largest and most complete stook of Wall Paper and Windovv Shadee go to Douglas & Co's., Albino Block. archeryP" TnE NATIONAL GAME. Don't fail to cali at Douglas & Co's. and examine their largo and complete stock of Bows, Arrows, Targets, Belts, Quivers &o., which they have just received at their new store in National Bank Block, 17 lt Any books outside of the usual line can be procured on the shortest notice and at reasonable priceB at Douglas and Co's. new store in the National Bank Block. 16-2t The only place in Ann Arbor you can Snd a f uil line of Pancy Buttons, is at Bach & Abel's. 12-tf Towels, napkins, table linens, special bargaius in these goods at Bach & Abel's (12-tf) Bach & Abel have just received 25 dozen more of their magnificent Kid Gloves at 50 cents per pair ; samequality as retailed elsewhere at 75 cents and $1. 12-tf Don't go to Detroit to buy your wall }aper before you see the beautiful Dado [lattorns at Douglas and Co's. which ;hoy are selling at pricos that will defy competition. 16-2t M l- -- Douglas and Co., have removed the Book, Stationery and Wall Paper Stock o the second door North of the first National Bank. 16-2t Douglas and Co., by having but one store can afford to, and wilt, sell goods cheaper than any other house in the city. 16-2t All kinds of cheap and choice Stationery may be found at Douglas and Co's. uew store in the National Bank Block. Theirassortmentof Blank Books is also uusurpussed. 16-2t Largest and eheappet line of Parasols in the city at Bacii '& Abel's. Bach & Abel's heavy Gros Grain Colored Silks at $1.10 beats them all. . Bach & Abol are selling their neW Black Casbraeri'S vory cheap, indeed, 20 percent, choaporthaneverbeforeknown. They can afford to as they buy for cash and sell for cash. 12-tf TTOUSE ANT LOT FOE SALE. T.ocated in a rïesrrnble part of the city, and in tjooj repair. Also hrnise to rent on favorable teruia. inqaire at tho AitoüP ot&co, oï 52 THOMSON STEEET. Ann Arbor, Jan. 20, 1879. 4tf


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Michigan Argus