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Day
5
Month
October
Year
1883
Copyright
Public Domain
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COOK HOUSE, E II. HUDSOK, Proprietor, Newly runiis]n.d. The leading house In Ann Arbor. ST. JAMES HOTEL. JL. STOKE, Proprietor. . The best house in the city for Washtenaw couhty people. Fne rooms, well furnishecl. Everytlnng strietly first class. W. W. NICIIOLS, DEM' AL OFFICE, over Joe T. Jacobs' Clothiig store, Ann Arbor, Hich. WILLIAM CASPARY, DAKKRY AND CONFECTIONERY, Cor. Fuurtlï and AnnPtreets. JOSEPH CLINTON, MerchantTaflor. shop over Wm, Allaby's boot and shoe store, Al! work guaranteed orno cJinrjre. JOHN F. LAWRKNCE, ATTORNKT AT UW. i and 8 Uili's Opera House. An:i Arbor, Miuh. O. C. JENKINS, SUEOEON DENTIST. Rooms No. 19 South Maill Street, oppoate the First National Uank Anu Arbor, Jlith. THOS DALE, the Fiofessioual Dyer and Clothes Cleaner.third door south of the Opera House. Samples of work can be seen at the shop . Satisfaction guaran teed. A NTON EISELE, rvEALEB IN MONÜMWTS and Gravestones KJ manufacturad f rom ïennessee and Italian Harble and Scotch and American Granite Shop Cor. Detroit and Catherine sts., Ann Arbor., Hlch. JACOB HALLER & SON, DEALER IX WATCHES, CLOCKS, Spectaclee, Plated Ware, üold Pens and Fine Jowelry. Special attention given to repairmg Watehes and Jewelry. 46 South Iilain Street. 4nn Arbor. WILLIAM HKRZ, HOUSE, SIGN, Ornamental and Fresco l'ain ter. Gilding, Calcimining, Glaziu and Paper Banking All work done in the best style and irarranted to civesatisfaction. Shop, No. 4 West n asningtou street, Aun Arbor, Michigan. S. B. PARSONÖ, M. D., Successor to Stone & Parsons, OFFICE AND DISPENSARY, Corner H ashington and Fifth Streets, Ann Arbor, Mich. Mi's. E. IT. Todd Would cali the attentlon of lier old Patrons to the fact that, having removed her Dressmaking Rooms over A. Wilsey's Miisic Store, she I ■ prepared to do all kinds of Dress and Cloak making in all the latest styles. Perfect Fits Guaranteed. Chiidren'sclothes a specialty. WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. MÍANOS, ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC, Instruc1 tion Iïooks, Vioüns, Quitara, Flutes, &c, eheap at Wilsej's Jlusic Rooms, east side l'ublie Square, A nu Arbor, Michigan. The laFgest and best Stock of Musical Goqds ever brought into 'A';ishtenaw County. Violin and Guitar Strlngs a specialty. N. B.- It wil bc to your interest to eall before purehasing anything in the Music line. Abstracts of Titles on Real EstáteJI1AVI-: a complete compilation of the Official Records of Washtenaw County to date. inclu ling all Tax Titles, Kxeeutions, any incumbrance on Real Estáte, that is of Kecord in the Registers ofllce, is shown by niy hooks. Office, in the fflce of the secretary of tlie Washtenaw mutual ja auce coinpany, in the basement of the house. C. II. 'MAXLY, Ann Arbor. Jlich The Ann Arbor Savings Bank (Oreanized 1SG9, under the General Banking usw of wis state) lias now, including capital S-ock, etc., etc., OVER $500,000 ASSETS. Business men, Guardians, Trustees, Ladies and JÜicr persons willflnd this Bank a SAFE AND CONVENICNT 1 lace at v.liich to make Deposits and do bualnev. Interest s Allowed 0:1 All Savings Deposits Of (1.00 and upward, according to the rules the bank, and interest compounded semi-annu illy. Monoy to Loan in Sums of L25 S5.OOO Secured by Unincumbered Iteal Kstute and her good securities. DIE(E(jrOKi- Christuin Muck, W. W. Wlnes W. i). Harrlman, Wllllam Denble, u. A. Boa Daniel Hlscock and V. 13. Smltli. OFi'ICERS- Christlan Mac'.', l'reBident; W W Wiues, Vlcu-1'roaident: C. E. Hlscock, Cashler. Get Youi Property Insured By C. II, MILLEN, INSURANCE ACENT No 4 South Maiu 8t., Aun Aruor. Thcoldestagency in the city. Established a quarter of a century ago. Representing the following first-elass companies: Home Ins. Co., of N. Y., $ 7,000,000 Continental Ins. Co., of N. Y. 4,207,200 Niágara Ins. Vo., of N.Y., 1,735,563 Qirard Ins. Co., of Phila.. 1,132,486 Orientlns. Co., of Hartford, 1,419,522 Commercial Union of London, 12,000,000 Í3T Rates low, Losses liberally ad'tist' ed and prompily paid, C. H. MILLEN.

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