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COOK HOUSE, i H HUDSON, Proprietor, K .New ly Funüshed. The leaaing house in Ann Arbor. ST. JAMES HOTEL. JL. STONE, Proprietor. . The best house In the city for V. ashtsnaw county people. fine rooms, well furnished. jjyerything strictly flrst clwes. __ J. M. MARTIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office-Opera House Block, Pb No. 2, Ann Arbor, Midi. W. W. NICHOLS, DENTAL OFFICE, over Joe T. Jacobs' Cloth;ng store. Ann Arbor, Mlett. WILL1AM CASPARY, IJAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY, Cor. Fourth nnd AnnStreels. JOSEPH CLINTON, r erchant Tailor. shop over Wm. Allaby's boot M and shoe store, AU work guaranteed or no harLe. JOHN fTlAWRKNCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, Nos. 2 and 8 HiU's Opera House, Ann Arbor, Mich. O. C. JENKINS, OÜRQEON IJEN'TIST. Rooms No. 19 Soutl O Main Street, oppotte the First National Bank Aun Arbor, Mich. ANTON EISELE, DEALER IN MONÜMWTS and dravestones inanutactured f rom 'linnessee and Italian MarbleandöcDtcli and uneriean Granite bhop Cor. Detroit and Catherine sts„ Aun Arbor., Mich. JACOB HALLER & SüN, DEALER IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, Spectacles, Plated Ware, Oold Pens and Fine Jewelry. Special attentiou given to repairing Watches and Jewelry. ï South Main Street. 4nn Arbor. WILLIAM HERZ, HOUSE, SIGX, Ornamental and Fresco Pain ter. Gilding, Calcimining, Glazingand Paper Baugiug All work done in the best style and irarranted to eivesatisfaction. Shop, No. 4 West Washington strest, Ann Arbor, Michigan. S. B. PARSONS, M. D., Successor to Stone & P.arsons, OFFICE AND DISPENSARY, Corner '. aahinKton and Fifth Streets, Ann Arbor, Mich. S. B. THOMPSON, TTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Solicitor in ChanAcery; 39 years experience. Divorce and Criminal Cases a specialiy. All legal business Íuietty and privately done. Office, Broadway, owei-Town. Particular attentiou paid to obtaining pensions and back pay for soldiers. P. O. box '18, Ann Arbor, Mich. WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. IJIANOS. ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC, Instruction Books, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c, iheap at Wltoey's Music Rooms, east side Public Square, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The largest and bet Stock of Musical Goods ever brought into Washteaaw County. Violin and Quitar Strlugs a peclalty. N, B.- It wU bo to your interest to CU before purchasing anytbinK i" the Musio llns. C, F. BURKHARDT, WHOLESALE and Retail oL Harness and Collars, Saddles and Bridles. Also dealer iu Trunfcs, Vaüses, Wbips, B.ankets, Brushes, &e. , &c Repairing done neatl. No. 4 Hnron street, ANN ARBOE, - - - MICHIGAN. Abstracts of Titles on Real EstáteI HAVE a complete compilatiou of the Official Records of Waslitenaw County to date. inclu ding all Tax Titles, Executions, any incumbrance on Real lístate, tnat is of Record in the Registers effice, is shown by my books. Office, in the ffice of the secretary of the Washtenaw mutual i: anee ooinpany, in the basement of Uie house. C. Il -tlANLV. Ann Arbor. Micii The Ann Arbor Savings Bank Organized 1S69, uader the General Banking .aw ef this state) has now, including capital ö-oclt, etc., etc., OVER $500,000 ASSKXa. Business men, Cíuardians, Trustees, Ladies anil jther persons will find this Bank a SAFE AND CONYENI1NT Hace at whicli to make Deposits and do busines?. 'nterest s Allowed on All Sav'mgs Deposits 01 11.00 and upward, according to the rules ihe bank and interest compounded seini-annu ütf. Monoy to Loan in Sums of $25 Ï5.OOO. átjcured by Unlncumbered Keal Estato and her eood BccuriUcs. DIKEUTOK0.- Chrlstlan Mnck, W. W. Wlnes W. I). Harrlman, Wllltnm Denble, R. A. Bea Uanlel Ulscockand VV. B. Smltli OÏ'FICBRS- OhriBtlan HaoV. President; W w Wlnes. Vico l'res'.dBnt: O. K. Hiscock, Cashier Get Yoiii Property Insured By C. H. MILLEN, INSURANCE AGENT No 4 South Main St., Aun Arbor. The oldest agency in the city. Established a quarter of a century ago. Represeming tho f ollowing flrst-class companies: Huoielns. Co., oí N. Y., $ 7,000,000 Continental lus. Co., oí N. Y. 4,207,206 Niágara Ins. Co., of N.Y., 1,735,563 Giraid Ins. Co., of Pliila.. 1.132,4X6 Oriënt Ins. Co., of Hartford, 1,419,522 Commercial Union of London, 12,000,000 t& Rates low, Lossen liberally aduisted and promptly paid, C. H. EVSILLEN. 1 A ff 1 f% I" peopie are aivfayson the tookout III i f L for 9nancea to increase their ■V I J r earnings, and in time become VI I Wm wealthy. Those who ln noL Lm prove their opportuuities reinain in poverty, Weoffera great chance to make money. VVe want many inen, women, boys and girls to work for us right ir their own localities Any one can do the work properly f rom the first start. The business will pay more than ten times ordinary wages. Expenslve outílts furnished free. No one who engages fails to make money rapidly. Tou can devoteyour whole time to the work, or only your spare rnoments. Ful! information and all that is needed sent free. Address Stinson & L'o. Portland, Me % ■ # bou not, life is eweeping by ; go and 1ë I V I daré, before you die, sometbing R T m I niiRhty and sublime ; leave be 1 1 %m 'v I bind to conquer time." Blxty dollars a week ín yonr own town; five dollar outfit free. No risk. Everything new Capital not required. We will furnitjh you everything. Many are making for unes. Ladie make as much as men. and boys and glrls make K'eat pay. Reader, if you want business at whlcü you an ke great pay all tlie time, writO for th par lars to H. Hallett & Co,, rcrtlan d,M IXIOLBDO, ANN AHBOK & G. T. R. R. COLUMBUS TIME. Through time table in effect Oct. Uth, 188ii. GOING NOKTH. GOING SOUTlZ L 1,1 STATIONS. L i IL SS 8 :: :: Sg:: am1 , :: Connections -At Toledo wth r.iilroads dverglnB: at Alexis wiih ''anada Southern, U S. & M. bj, and F &P M B'y';at June, wiih Wh-elin & Lake ie II Ii at .Monroe JeU with L. 8. M78 ; M l)unde Hh S. & M B. at Mlln itb VV 8t L. & P R'ii at 1'ittsfloldwlthU 8. & M . 8 ; at Ann Arbor wltn lchgn Cen U'y; at South Lyon Letroit, Lansing & &„, Sup.t W. H Besbtt. Gen'l Pase. Aïent.


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