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COOK HOUSE, EH. HUDSON, Proprietor. . Newly Furnithed. AnnAjboi. H. R. HILL ATTORNEY AT LAW. office go. 3. Opera House Bloct. Ann Arbor. Michigan. ST. JAMES HOTEL?, FOEMERLYGREGÜRYvHOÜSE,veffhiUg W. E. DEPEW, OF TURNBULL & DEPBW, attorney at law, Room 8 Opera House Bloolt, Ann Arbor, Mioh . . W. W. KICHOLS, DENTAL OFFICE, over Joe T. Jacobs' Clothig gtora. Ann Arbor, Midi. _ LEÜNARD HOUSE, TF. LEONARD, Proprietor, . Ann Arbor, Mtdi. WILLIAMCASPARY, I AKERY AND CONFEOTIONERY. 82 Detroit Street. JOSEPH CLIÑIÜN, íei-cbantTailor. Wm. Allaby'sboot Mnd slioa store, aÏÏ worlc guaranteed or no "kjirge. . "jOlINiTAWRENCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Nos. 2 and 8 HUI 's Opera Hou, Ann Arbor, Micn. O. C. JENKINS, o URÖEON DENTIST. Rooms No. 10 South O Main Btreet, opposite tbo Firt National Bank .Vnn Arbor, Mich. _ THOS DALE, Hm ProtOBional Dyer and Clothes Cleaner.third ■ loor south of the Opera House. Samples of work CM be seeu at tua shop . Satlsfactlon guaran leed. ■ ANTON EISELE, DEALER IN MONÜMHTS and Gravestonea, manufacturad f rom 'línneiwe and Italian Marble and Scotch and American ranlte hhop ■Ooi-. Detroit and Catherine ets., Ann Arbor., .Midi. PATRICK McKERNAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Notary, Public, Real Estáte agent, Money to Loan and Kecoids searchtd CoVeyanclug and JJ1dn1? drawn on reasonable terms. Offloe in the ooui tliouse, Ann Arbor, Slieh. JACOB HALLER & SON, DEALER IN WATGHES, CLOCK8, Spectacles, Plated Ware, Gold Pens and Fine Jewelrv. Special attention given to ,i-epairin Watohea and Jewelry. 46 Bouth Main Street. Ann Arbor. WILLIAM HERZ, HOUSE, SION, Oraamentaland FreiM Paüi ter. Gildlos, Caloiminlng, Glaztoï and Papel ïanging AU work done in the best gtyle and warrauted to elv. gatigf aotion. Shop, No. 4 'ft est Washington gtreet, Ana Arbor, Mlehigaa. S. B. PARSONS, M. D., Sueoe6sor to Stone & l'ai-Bons, j FFICE AND DI8PENSARY J Corner Huron and l litn Streeta, Ann Arbor, Mieh. e. cVfranklin, m. d. rirnf of 6URGERY, HOMEOPATHIC Dijdence and office il Liberty itveet. Di. Franklln ■vrillattsndiurglcal caseghe. , or by Dbll tion In diftr.nt part of the f%nnS,S}SA% CUBVA1UBES AM JjEtOUMlliAO C UBBD bv nis improved method . SSlva. E. I Todd Would cal) the attention oL ber old Patrons to che factthat, ha-ring removed her Dressmaking Rooms over A. Wllsey's MubIc Store, she I prepared todo all kinds of Dressand Cloak making Ln aU the latest style. Perfect Fits Quaranted. Ohüdrao' clothes a gpeolalty. WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. w stick :of Musical Goods erer brouïht into 1aU blSore purchaging anything la th Muo Itne. J. R. SAGE'S MU9IC STORE is the eheapest place to buv Everythingin the rauic line fvom a Chickennf! Arbor. iOR INSURANCE ON YOUR PROPERTY GO TO C. H. MILLEN, iNSUBANCE AGENT, Ho. 4, South Main Street, JN ARBOK, ' MICHIOAiN. .'h oldest anency in the city. Established r. 'l ?nf Hertford' '. Assets $T00,i)()0 BATE & LOW. osges UberaUy adjuatefl and promptly paid The Ann Arbor Savings Bank, (Orzanized 1859, under the General Banking Law of Öiis state) has now, including capital Stock, etc., etc., OVER Í25O.OOO A3SET3. Business men, Guardians, Trustees, Ladies and I ■ t her persons willflnd this Bank a SAFE AND CONVENIENT ,tlaoe at which to make Deposita and do busines?. interest is Allowed on Atl Savings Deposits OL t OOandupward, aocording to the rule of urn bank. and interest compounded semi-annu iUy. Money to Loan in Sums of 825 to 5,000. deoured by Untneumbíred Real Estáte and otter .good seourities. DIHBJUTORS- Chrlsttau Mack, W. W. Wtna VV D Harriman, Wtlllum Denblc, K. A, Bwl Daniel Hioock and W. B. Bmitli. OFFICBKS- Chrittlan Mack, President; W. W Wla, Vloe-Pr14;iit i Chas. H. Hlsoock,


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