CITY ITEMS. Creat bargains can be had at Joe T. Jacobs' mammoth clotliing emporium. Extra bargains in -New ani Secondiand Pianos and Organs. Large stock3tools and Covers. Instructiou books, Vioiins and Guitars, Accordeons, Banjos, etc. Best strings only 15 ets. Sheet music discounted to all purchasers at WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. Important to travelers. - Special [nducements are oflered you by the Burlington Route. It will pay you to read ;heir advertisement found elsewhere in ;his issue. Persons desiring to use the 10 cent bus of J. S. Earl's should leave orders at CasperRinsey's grocery store, opposite the 3ook house. All calis will receire prompt attention. In order to reduce bis stock of clothing Joe T. Jacobs is olïering great inducements for people to buy. A public benefit.- On January 16th an elegant line of Parlor Cars was placed on the Michigan Central railroad, be;ween Bay City and Mackinaw City, eaving Bay City at U 20 a. m. and Macknaw City at 7 20 a. m., every day except Sunday. These cars make connection at Bay City with the Michigan Cendal trains to and from Detroit, Jackson, ühicago, and all other principal points in Michigan and the east, -west and south. Passengers should make a note of this act, and select their route accordingly. Byron Green, having regained his ïealth, offers his services as auctioneer. iesidence corner of Fourth and Ann Sts., Ann Arbor. Don't fo.get to buy a twenty-five cent ottle of Dr. Kellogg's Lung Remedy for colds and coughs. Sold by all druggists. Students will find it to their advantage o look through Kearney's stock of lamps. Cady's Catarrh Remedy.a sure cure for catarrh, is for sale at Holmes' drug store, Cook hotel block.