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16
Month
September
Year
1887
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lew Fall Goods. Mack & Sohmid are daily receiving new Fall goods. The latest styles and colorines in all Wool Dress Goode, New Silks, New VelvetB, New Plushes, New Dress Tnmmings, Buttons, etc., etc. Some special bargains m Bluck Dress Goods, Velours, Camel's Hair, Cork-screw Diagonale, Melrose and Honnotta Cloth, Drap de Alma, Biarritz Cord, and Fancy Weaves. New Shades of Colored Suitings, Tricotes, Bobea, Combination Dresses, English and Germán Flaids and Checks. Mack & Schmid. "How do you contrive to amane yourself?" "Amuse," said the other, starting, "do yon know I have my housework to do?" "Yes," was the answer, "I see you have ït to do; bat as it is never done, I conolude yoa mast have some other way of passing your time." Brace Up. - You are feelmg depressed, your apoetite is poor, you are bothered with headaohe, you are fldgetty, nervous and generally out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up, but not witb stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which have their bases very oheap, bad whiskey, and whioh stimulate you for an hour, and tben leave you in worse condition than before. What you want is an alterativo that will purify your blood, start healthy aotion of liyer and kidneys, restore your vitality, give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will find in Electric Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at Eberbaoh. & Son's Drug Store. When we see a clergyman kissing the male members of the Bock as well as the female - the tobacco-ohewing, pipesmoking, beer-drinking old sinners, as ■well as the young and pretty ones-we begin to believe that his heart is in his work. Most Excellent. - J. J. Atkins, chief of pólice, Knoxville, Tenn., writes: My family and I are beneficiarles of your most excellent medicine. Dr. King's New Discovery for co mumpi'on; ha ving found it to be all that you claim for it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended it, praise it a every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption guaranteed to cure coughs, oolds, bronchitis, asthma croup and every affeotion of Throat, Cbest and Lungs. Trini Bottles Free at Eoerbaoh & Son's Drug Store. Large Size $1.00. A mother and tather are trying to force their daughter" to marry. Daughter (loquitur)- "There are many reasons why I don't want to marry him ; in the ürst place he is too hideous and stupid." Al other (with dignity)- "Stephanie, did I not marry your father?" A pbysician in a box is what some people cali Laxador. They are right its a great physic. Easily answered. - If a strong man, who has frequently suffered pain, grows impatient and rebellious, how muoh more impatient should be the baby who does not know what suffering means. For the pains of eolio, teething, eto. Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup is the sovereign remedy. Price 25 ets. There is probably nothing so exhilerating in the experience o; the amateur gardener as when he steps upon the hoe and the responsivo handle immediately arises to implant a fervent kiss between his eyee. Less than half a bottle of Dr. Bull'8 Cough Syrup cured me of a so vero bronchial affection. H. S. Hodson, Hanover St., Baltimore, Md. Don 't!- If a dealer offers you a bottle of Salvation Oil without label or wrappers, or in a mutilated or defaoed package, don't touch it - don't buy it at auy prioe. Insist upon Ketting a perfect, unbroken, genuine packaga Price 25 cents a bottle. "So," said a lady to a strorjg-minded fnend- "so, you and Mr. B. are about to become man and wife, I hear." "I beg your pardon: we are to become woman and husband!" was the haught) response. Büoklkn's Aknioa Salve.- The best in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ui cers. salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, ohapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is guaran ted to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Eberbaoh & Son. Professor.- "The ascent of Vesuvius is extremely dangerous, and it is necessary to be very careful. The mules go up quite easily." Freshman- "When you made the ascent, did you go up easily?' Curtain. Freshman very much interesfed in something else. An old bachelor will shriek for a better half, wben a counterfeit fifty cent piece is shoved on him. A lightning rod agent was struck by lightning the other day, and the phenomenoncan only be acoouuted for by the theory that the eleotrio rluid got tired of being lied about. New Restaurant ! JOHNLONEY, Proprietor. Warm Meáis Sei ved. Cold Luncb, Pigs Feet, Pickled Tongue. Tripe, and Oysfers, etc. Restaurant open from 6 a. m., until 12 o'clock midnight. No. 23 North Main St. ANN ARBOR CITY BOTTLING WORKS WASHINGTON STREET. SCHILTZ, PILSENER, Peninsular Beer, London Ale and Porter. I have a larjje stock of Beer Bottles, pinta Rnd quarts for Family Use. Telephone No. 48. Orders Prompify Attended to W. F. SCHLANDERER. P. O. BOX, 134, ANN ABBOR. Brown Chinese Plant On Ivorv. A Stick Pattern wlth us and can be Bad in sep0b arate pieces as well as sets and matched ifor yoars to come as readily as .r White Ware. 281 J TdTstÏm SO7Sm5On7" China, Grockery, Glassware, Lamps, etc. ANN ARBüR, - - MICH. aMÏTÏHSÏ We come before the people with the largest and FINEST STOCK OF ALL THE LEADINC and Fashionable Styles of Cloths and Suitings Entirely coo nuraerous to mention for the outflting of the flne dressers. And as we have the services of one of the best cutters, and algo our coat makers are among the best, enables us to please the most fashionable dressers. Now all we haveto say is come in and we will guarantee you the lowest prices in the state for flrst-class goods. No trouble to sliow goods. Remember tho place, No. I O East Huron Street, four doors west of the Cook House W.C. BURCHFIELD. Palace Grocery ! Have Evorything in the Grocery Line ! That Can be Purchased. Also all kinds of Fresh Vegetables FRED T. STIMSON. Remember the Place, No. 9 North Main St., Ann Arbor, Michigan. EXINGER & BOES, Proprietors oT the EXCHAHSE Oppasite the Michigan Central Depot. EVERYTHINC NEW. TEEMS $1.00 PER DAY. In connection with the Hotel are Bam Acoommodations. RINSEY k SEABOLT, No. 6 A 8 Washington St. Have on hand a complete stock of every thiiif? in the Grocery Line. Teas, Coffees, Susars, In large amounts, and at OasIhL Prices And can sell at Low Figures. The large invoice of Teas thev buy and sell, is good proof that In Quality and Price they Give Bargains. They Roast their own CofTees every week, and none but prime articles are usoJ. Their Bakery turns out excellent Bread. Cakes and Crackers. Cali and see theni. L UBENCAYE SELLS Brttled Beer In Plnts and Quart and delivered to any pare of the City ree of Charge. Corner of Detroit and Catharine Streets, or leave orders at the PostofHce. The Palace Liverv TUE L ■ rib Fliiest anïl Best Tnmoats IN THE CITY. LIVERY AND SALE S1ja"bXe. JAS. E. ROBISON, Prop, No, 21. South Fourth St., Ann Arbor Mie Telephone N0.31. EUCENE OESTERLIN. Insurance Agent, - AND - TSotary Public. Btoneys Collected la any part of Europe. Draft issuecl and pald. Correspondent of the Imperial Qerman Consulate, Cincinnatt Aa:ent for the American line of steamere running between Philaielpliia, Hamburg, Liverpool, and all the principal eeaporta in North Oermany; of the line between New York: and Rotterdam, and of the New York and Breinen Line. Power of attorney legally made out, for any place in Europe, and money collected on claims. OFFICE: No. 8 West Liberty Street, Ann Arbor, Mich. The Best Coal in t City For Both Hard and Soft Coal c i on M. STAEBLER, NO. 11 WEST WASHINGTON ST Teiephone No. 8.

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