Aim Arbor is soon to have a now husiness enterprlse In the shape of a corset Vm' tllis P"iÉi"sr a company bas been organized to manufacture coreéis under patenta lssued to Mr. McGee, wbo has bad qnlte an extended experlence in t!iat lino of business In faetones at Jackgon. onc of the peculiar features "f this corset will lx' an fngenious clasp, ly which all of the fastenings eau 1' reloasod by ni' ninv ■incni. wihlle it Is miicii oasler to fasten them than iy metbods now employed. An examlnntion of this clasp will at oace conviiicc a peraoo nol only ot lts iniii1nnity luir ol its practlcablllty. 11 kis alBo been tested by constant weaï tot a year or more. The factiiry win iv Btárted ai onee, the thire floor of tho Cöurier liildiiiiï befng utlHzed for its purposes, and it is expected to nave some ot the goods ready íot this fall's trade. Rliould tliis enterprlse ba as sunrful as it is hoped it will be, a large number oí bands i',1 be emsployed in tiir course of time, and the city furnlshed wit ano-ther factory tiiat will be an .ad to its advancement. Tho incorporators are Trof. e. K. McGee, Dr. C. ;. Darllng, J. .T. Coody.oar. Wm. V. McGee, Junius E. Bea] mul Char'.ot ie A. McGee. The ma company will be the "Oreeceni Clasp WOfks," and it will start off with the followlng oiHcers: President - Junios E. Beal. ■" Vico President- Dr. C. G Darling. Secretary, Treasurer and General ('has. K. McGee. Superintendent- Wm, F. M Borne people are conatantly troubl■(1 wiih bolla -no sooner does one ïic.-ii iii,-:n another makes lt appearance. A tdiorougii course of Vver's Sarsaparllla, the besl nf blood-purlfiiM-s. effectually puts au end te thig annoyance. We recommend n trlai.