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Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Dyspepsia. NOTICE. ALL OUT OF EMPLOYMENT, Should address Frank Leslie Publishing Co., 15 Dey Street.'New York; an active agent wanted in every town. All who wiah to make money rapidly, sliould send Thirty Cent for five weeks' subscription, to Frank Leslie's Weekly, (the only Democratie Illustrated Paper published.) Clubs of four, for five weeks, for one dollar, or tample copy wül be sent for 6 cents postage stamps. Illustrated Catalogue free. RINSEY & SEABOLT, No. 6 and 8 Washington -t. , Have on hand a complete stock of every - tbing in the Crocery Line. They buy their Teas, Coffees, and Suars In large amounts, and at Oasltx Prices And can sell at Low Figures. The large invoice of Teas they Buy and Sell, is a good proof that in Quality and Price they Give Bargains. They Roast their own Coffees every weck, and none but prime articles are used. Their Bakeryturns out excellent Bread, Cakes and Crackers. Cali and see them. Livery, Sale, AND BOARDING STABLE! I have opened a Livery, Sale, and Boarding Stable opposite the CourtHouse on Fourth street, where livery rigs can be obtained at any time of the day or night. A fine lot of new carriages and good borses, at reasonable rates. Breaking colts andhandling track horses a specialty ; good references given. P. Irwin, Ann Arber. The Michigan Central Railroad, with its connoctions at Chicago, affords the most direct and desirable route to travel from Michigan to all points in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, Minnesota, Dakota, Manitoba, etc. Michigan Central trains make sure and close connections at Chicago with through expresa trains on all Western lines, Rates will always be as low as the lowest. Parties going West will flnd it to their interest to correspond with Henry C. Wentworth, General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Line, at Chicago, who will cheerfully impart any information relative to routes, time of trains, maps and lowest rates. Do not purenase your tickets nor contract your freight until you have heard from the Michigan Central. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! To My Fiuends and Patrons : Last Spring I prophesied that goods would not be any higher during the spring and summer season, which was the case. Now I believe that goods have an upward tendency and would advise all who are going to need anything in the Clothing, or Hat line, to purchase their supply at once. I am putting in an immense STOCK of CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS and FURNISHING GOODS, and WÜ1 be pleased to have all who are interested in the same to cali and at least examine goods and prices. JOE T. JACOBS, 2t The Clothier. Ann Arbor, Sept. 1880. WILLIAM CASPARY, BAKEBY AND CONFECTIONARY. 32 Detroit Street "jOSEPHUÑTON, ■rrhantTailor abopoverWm. Allaby'sboot M and Jiíoestwé, Afl WO Kuaranteed or no eliarge. DRAKE'S OYSTER DEPOT 2O East Huron St. Oysters Always Fresh and Cheap. Pnm Wines and Liquors for medicinal


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