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C00L HOUSE, EH. HUDSON, Proprietor, Newly Furnished. TJie leading house in Aun Arbor. ST. JAMES HOTEL, Corner Main and Huron-sts. Ann Arbor. Mieh. Wm Cooley & Co., Proprietors FirstClass Sample Rooms eonnected witli the Hotel, Special rates to theatrical people. Wm. Cooley, P. B. Wingerter. UNION HOTEL. FIRST-CLASS in all respecta. Everything new; flne rooms, well furnished. Terms, $1 per day and upwards. Special rates to weekly boarders. Aféala 25 cents. John Schneider Jr., Proprietor. Corner of Washington and Second streets, Ann Arbor, Mich. NICHOLS BROS. WW. & A. C. NICHOLS, D. D. S., Dental office over Fall Sc Hendrick's clotliing store, Joe T. Jacobs' old stand, Ann Arbor Mich. PETER LONG, "PROPRIETOR of the Ann Arbor Bottling L Works, north of postofllce. Office on Main Street. Ann Arbor. Beer by the bottle only lo cents. AIso by the case. Trade solicited. All orders promptly attended to. Si WILLIAM CASPARY, T) AKERY AND CONFECTIONERY, Cor. Fourth and Ann Street. EDWARD PATE, MACHINIST, and repairer of Surgical Instruments, Locks, Umbrellas and Parasols. Fine Machine and Bicycle Work a Speeialty. No. 35 North Main-st., Ann Arbor. Mich. E. V. N. HALL, M. D. (Successor to Stone & Parsons.) OFFICE, 32 Washington Street. Ann Arbor, Micn. RUBÉN KEMPF rpEACHER of Kano, Organ and Theory of Music. No. 0, East Washington-st., over Rinsev & Seabolt's. Leavo orders for Piano timing. JOSEPH CLINTON, MerchantTailor. shop over Win, AUaby's boot and shoe store. All work guaranteed or no cnarge. JOHN F. LAWRElCE, ATTOENEY AT UW. Office, Nos. 3 HiU's Opera House, Ann Arbor, Mich. E. B. NORRIS, A TTORNEY AT LAW. Does a general law, ii collection and conveyaice business, A moderate patronage is respeetively aolicited. Oftice in the court house, Ann Arbor. O. C. JENKINS, SUEGEON DENTIST. Rooms No. 19 South Main Street, opposite the Fiiüt National Bank Ann Arbor, Mich. ANTON EISELE, DEALER IN MONUM'SNTS and Gravestones manufactured f rom '1 annessee and Italian Marble and Scotch and American Granite Shop Cor. Detroit and Catherine sts., Ann Arbor., Mich. WILLTAM HERZ, HOUSE, SIGN, Ornamental and Fresco Painter. Gildiue, Calcimining, Glazing and Paper Hanging All work done in the best stylo and warraiTted to 2ive satistaction. Shop, No. 4 West Washington street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. WILSEY'S MUSIC STORE. 1)IANOS. ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC, Iostruction Books, Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c, cheap at Wilsey's Music Eooms, east side Public Square, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The largest and best Stock of Musical Goods ever brought into Washtenaw Countv. Violin and Guitar Strlngs a specialty. N. I!.- It wül be to your interest to eall before purehasing anything in the Music line. Abstracts of Titles on Real EstáteI HÁVE a complete compilation of the Official Records of Washtenaw County to date. ineluding all Tax Tides, Exeeutions, any incumbrance on Keal Estat, that is of Record in the Registers office, is shown by my books. Office, in the office of the secretary of the Washtenaw mutual inurance company, in the basement of the court house. C. H. MANLY. Ann Arbor. Mich. ZMZax3s:eijC. W, VGEL, Pbopribtor, Late of Chelsea, at THOMAS MATTHEWS OLD STAND On Ann Street. TI1ESH AND SALT MEATS KEPT ON HAND. The Ann Arbor Savings" Bank (Oreanized 1869, under the General Banking of tnis state has now, including capital tock, etc., etc., OVMR $500,000 ASSETS. Business men, Quardians, Trustees, Ladies anil other persons willfind this Bank a SAFE AND CONYENI1NT Place at which to make Deposits and do business. Interest is Allowed on All Savings Deposits Of $1.00 and upward, according to the rules oí the bank. and interest compounded semi-annu ally. Money to Loan in Sums of S25 to 85,000, Becured by Unlncumbered Ileal Estáte and other KOOd securitiea. DIHEUTOBS- Christlan Mack, W. W. Wlnes VV. D. Ilarriman, William Deuble, D;ivid Kinsuy. Uaoiel lliscockand W. B. Smith. OFFICEHS- Christian Maok. President; VV. W Wines. Vico-Frcaident: 0. K. Uiscock, Cashier Get Your Property Insured By C. H. MiLLEN, INSUKANCE AGEÏVT, No. 4 South Main street, Ann Arbor. The oldest agencyin the city. Established aquarterof a century ago. Representing the following firstclass companies, with over $30,000,000 assets. Home Ins. Co., oL N. Y.; Continenta Ins. Co., cf N. ï.; Niágara Ins. Co., o N. Y.; Girard Ins. Co., of Phüa.; Orien Ins. Co., oL Hartford; Commercial Unioi of Londci; Liverpool and Londou anc Globe. Í3 Rates lovv. Losses liberally adjusted and romptly paid. O. H. MILLEN.


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