COOK HOUSE, 1 H. HUDSON, Proprietoi-, 'J Newly Furnished. The leadtag houee in Ann Arbor. _____ W. W. NICHOLS, DENTAL OFFICE, over Joe T. Jacobs' Cloth;ng store. Ann Arbor, Mich. WILLIAM CASPARY, pAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY, 32 Detroit Street. JOSEPH CLINTON, MerehantTailor. shop over Wra. Allaby's boot and shoesiore, All work guaranteed or no charge. JOHN F. LAWRENCE, A TTOENEY AT LAW. rVOffloe, Nos. 2 and 3 HiU's Opera House, Ann Arbor, Mich. O. C. JENKINS, SURGEON BENTIST. Rooms No. 19 South Main Street, oppojlte the First National Bank Ann Arbor, Mich. THOS DALE, the Professional Dyer and Clothes Cleaner.third door south of the Opera House. Samples of work can be seen at the shop . Satisf action guaran teed. ANTON EISELÉ, DEALER IN MONUM'QNTS and Gravestones manuf actured f rom 'i #nnesBee and Italian Harble and Scotch and American Granite Shop Gor. Detroit and Catherine sts., Ann Arbor., ilich. JACOB HALLER & SON, DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, Spectacles, Plated Ware, Gold Pens and Fine Jevvelry. Special attention given to repairIng Watches and Jewelry. 46 South Main Street, 4nn Arbor. WILLIAM HERZ, HOUSE, SIGN, Ornamental and Fresco Pain ter. Gilding, Calcimining, Glazingand Paper Hanging All work done ia the best style and warranted to ïivasatisfaotion. Shop, No. 4 west Washington street. Aun Arbor, Michigan. S. B. PARSONS, M. D., Successor to Stone & Parsons, OFFICE AND D1SPENSARY, Corner Woshiniiton and Fifth Streets, Aun Arbor, Mich. E. C. FRANKLIN, M. D. Prot of SURQEKY, HOMEOPATIIIC DEP-VETMENT, University of Michigan. Residence and office 41 Liberty street. Dr. Franklin will attend surgical cases here, or by consults,tion in different parts of the state. SPIN AL, CÜBVAIUUUS ASD DEFOUHltlES OUltED by hisimproved method. Mrs. E. F. Todd Would cali the attention of her old Patrons to the fact that, having removed her Dressraaking Rooms over A. Wilsey'8 Music Store, she prepared todo all kinds of Dress and Cloak making In all the latest styles. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. Chiidren'8 clothes a specialty . WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. TOiuns. OTtOANS. SHEET MUSTC. JL tion Books, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c. , oheap at Wilsey's Music Rooms, east side I'ublic Square, 4.nn Arbor, Michigan. The.largest and best Stock of Musical Goods ever Tn-ought into Washtenaw Countv. Violin and Guitar Strlngs a specialty. N. B.- It will bo to your interest to cali before purchasing anything in tke Musio Uno. The Ann Arbor Savings Bank (Organized 1869, under the General Banking Law of tuis state) has now, including capital Stock, etc., etc., OVER $500,000 ASSETS. Business men, Guarfiang, Trustees, Ladies and jther person3 will ilnd tliis Bank a SAFE AND CONVENIENT Place at which to make Deposits and do busines?. Interest sAllöwed on All Savings Deposits Of $1-00 and upward, according to the rules the bank, and interest compounded semi-aunu S.Uy. Monay to Loan in Sums of 323 33,000. eecurea by Unincumbcrod Real Estáte and her good aecurities. DIBEUTORS- Chrlstian Mack, W. W. Wine W. D. Harrlman, WUllam Benbie, K. A, Bea Daniel Hlscock ttnd W. B. Smlth. OFFICEH8- Ghristlan Mac. President; W W Wlna, Vlco-Preuidenti 0. B. Hiicocli, CMhlor.