Walt Whitman on the moon.- No one ever gets tired of the moon. Goddess that she ia by dower of her eternal beauty, she íb a trae woman by her tact- knows the eharm of being seldom seeii, of coming by Burprise and staying but a httle ■while; never wears the same dress two nights running, nor all night the same ■way, commends hersel! to the matter-offact people by her usef ulness adorred by poets, artista, and all lovers in all lands ; lends herself to every symbolism and to every emblem ; is Diyna's bow and Venus's mirror and Mary's throne ; is a sickle, a scarf, an eyebrow, his face or her face, as he looked at her or by hun, is the madman's heil, the poet's heaven, the baby's toy, the philosopher'g study ; and, while her admirers follow her foot-steps end hang on her lovely looks, she knows how to keep her woman's secret- her other side unguessed and unguessable. cf HE CREAT CURE ■ 2 I KS ï -RH EU MA Tl SM- è r A it U for all the painful diaeaaea of the ■o KIDNEY8.LIVER AND BOWELS. a Xt oln th lyitem of the aorid poiaon ■ that causea tho dreadful auSeiine which e a ovly the victima of BheumatiBin can realixe. . i. THOUSANDS OF CASES -I M of ia worst forma of thia terrible diseaae O havo been quiokly relieved. and in hort time , PERFECTLY t-URED. t5 riuat, x. uqxiD or dry, sold bï drcogists. -o - Dry can be ent by mail. WEIJ.9. BICHAHDSON & Co. . BnrUngton Vt 2Z) o CD 2 a s Si ■ H H o 3 a jU ho d - GO . SS. I GO Business Locáis. I Nobby YouNa Men oan be fitted und suited in bandsome Garments at A. L. Noble's Star Clothing House. Large stock of Sheet Music and all kinds o( Musical Merchandise at Wilsey's Musió Store. F. Wagner & Bro. are preparin í a fine lot of work, and will make large sales at low rates during the fair. Ten per cent. below any carriage shop in town. Ovkbooats and Ulstebbtes are in demand. A full supply can be found at A. L. Noble's, sign of the Red Stab. Business has been lily fortwo weeks past at Wüsey'8 Music Htore and New Üoods are coming in on every train. Adam D. Seyler has a speoialty of his own make of flne Fi-enoh kip and calf boots, and every pair warraiited to give satisfaction. Estey Organs at bottom prices. New Wilsey's Music Store. Bakery, grocery and restaurant and spreads at all hours. Special accommodations during the county fair. The only restaurant in the city that is kept open night and day. George La Motte, opera house block. We called ati Wilsey's Music Store and found it filled with Musical Goods of every discription. A large invoice of blankets and robes received by 0. F. Burkhardt, especially for the county fair. Two thousand copies of 5c music at Wilsev's Music Store. During the fair as well as at any other time of the year, anything in the boot md shoe line can be had cheap for cash, it the well kiiown store of Adam D. Seyler, No. 6 North Main Btreet, Ann Arbor. F. L. Molony, formerly with Alvin Wilsey is iu the" city, and will be with Wilsey for some months to come. He will be pleased to see hi-i old friends and make new ones et Wilsey's Music Store. C. F. Burkhardt will offer harneases at a low figure during the fair. No. 4 East Huron street. The finest and the beat fitiing laJien' and men's shoes for the money m the oity at Adam D. Seyler's. A large stock of trunks and valises will be Bold at a great reduction during the fair at Burkhardt's, No. 4 East Huron street, Ann Arbor. I have just received a full line of fall goods of the best styles and workmanship. Honest goods and at low figures is an inducement to make people buy. Cali and see for yourselves. Adam D. Seylkr. Fob Saie ob Kent.- A farm of 170 acres, two miles from this city. Possession given immediately. Inquire of B. G. Miller. Take notice that I now offer my entire stock of Violins, Guitars, Accordeons, Banjos, Flutes, etc., with my complete f stock of choice Music and Instruction Book ; in f act, everything in my store for the next 15 days, at wholesale and New York prices. Cali and select your goods. J. R. Sage, i Room No. 11, Opera House Block. Monitor and Sharpless Strawberry Plants for sale by John Huddy. They produce the largest berries in the world. Anything in the line of Music Books, Instruments, and Trimmings can be bought at the oldest and most reliable Music Store in the city. Please cali and see what bargains will be oífered at No. 11 Opera House Block, Main street. Yours truly, J. R. Sage. Fob Sale.- Fifty thousand bricks at $3 per thousand, or 30 cents per hundred. Inquire of Henry Leisemer, of Saline. Persons desiring to visit Whitmore Lake or Hamburg, or those having packages for eitherjof the above places, should lewe orders at O. E. Holmes' drug store. A. F. Dabbow. Important to Tkatelebs. - Special Inducements are offered you by the Burlington Rotjtb. It will pay you to read their advertisement found elsewhere in this issue. Imus pays cash for live chickens.