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Day
5
Month
May
Year
1881
Copyright
Public Domain
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CITY ITEMS. T)ENTISTRY ! DENTISTRY ! W. W. Nichols returning thanks for the confidence tbe people have for so onga time manifested, and for the patronage he bas enjoyed at their hands, announces hiinself still at thcir service. With the advantage of many years' practice and experience, and the aid of modern devices and appliances; and wit h a flner light to opérate by thau lie ever had jefore, he feels confident of liis ability to do all work, and perform all operations in a manner that cannot be excelled. I will be fourjd in my new oftice over Joe T. Jacobs' clothing store. The largest and finest assortment of buttons in the city is at Bach & A.Uel's. Dr. O. C. .Tankins bas put tbe rooms vacated by Dr. W. W. Nicbols in good shape for a dental office wbere be is now located. Special sale of ties this week at Bach & Abel's. Pifty (lozen Lace Ties at.1) cents; fifty dozen Lace Ties at 10 cents; twenlyfive dozen Lace and Muil Ties froin 18 cents to $2. The West house at VVhituioru Lake has been renovatcd and newly furnishcil, mul on the evening of May 6tu it will bc reopuncri by the new proprietor, Wm. Uraham, with a grand social hop. No piius will bc spared to makc the occasion an enjoyable one. The original .Juincstowii alpacas can only be found at the Cash Dry Goods House of Bach & Abel. The largest line of i.ace top oi.oves ever exhibited in Ann Arbor can now be seen at Bach & Abel's. Sara Bernhanlt kid oi-ovks in all colors, at Bach & Abel's. If you want a new silk dress, and 20 per cent cheaper than any othor house in the city, go to Bach & Abel's and examiue tkeir $1.23, $1.39 and $1.64 silks. Go to Bach & Abel's and sec the i:xlaundred shirt at 09 cent, wavrauteil better than any $1 shirt except the ki.k HKAÏED PKAltl. The largest and handsomesl sluck if parasols in the city, wil! bc found at Bach & Abel's. A lianilsoiuc Hoe of OOLOKBD sil.KB, stripes anl checks, at 45 cents per yard at Baclt & Abcl'8, sold cvery whcre it 60 and 60 cents per yard. The greatcst bargain of the season, 500 pieces of oro grain ribbon, all colors, at 5 cents per yard, at Bach & Abel's. A LOSING JOKK. A prominent physician of Pitlsburg said jokingly to a lady patiënt who was complaining of her continued ill health, and of hia inability to cure her, "try Hop Bitters!" The lady took it in earnest and used the Bitters, from which she obtained permanent health. She now laughs at the doctor for his joke, but he is nut ao well pleased with it, as it cost him a good patiënt. - Harrisburg Patriot. A HEALTHY STATE. People are constantly changing tlieir lomes from east to west and from north o south or viee versa, n search of a healhy state. If they would learn to l)e conented, and to use the celebrated KidneyWort when sick they would be much beter oft. The whole system can be kept in a healthy state by this simple but efteo Uiil remedy. See large adv. Write to Airs. Lydia K. Pinkbam, No. 233 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for ñames of ladies that have been restored o perfect health by the use of her Vegeable Compound. It is a posilive cure for he most stubborn cases of female weakness. Stop that Cough! If you are suffering with a Cough, 'Joá, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Jonsumption, loss'of voice, tickling in the throat, or any affection of the Throat )rLungs, use Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. This is the great remedy that is causing so much escitement by its wonderful cures, curing thousands of hopeless cases. Óver ono miliion bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery have beán used within the last ear, and have given, perfect satisfaction :n every instance. We can unhesitaiingly say that this is really the only sure cure for throat and lung affections, and can cheerfully recommend it to all. Cali and get a trial bottle for ten cents, or a regular size for f 1.00. For sale by Eberbach & Son, Ann Arbor, Alien.

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Ann Arbor Democrat