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" Of course the center of attraction is Floral Hall, where a very elabórate display is made bi merchants. Ia ihe center of the spaciou hall is a pyramid rising up toward the roof, loaded with choi :e varieties of fl wers fnrnished mostly by Cousins & Hall. I is very deftly and prettily arranged am adds inateriully to the magtiifioent ppearnce of ihe room. Another display which attracts the attention of the observer is made by the we!l-known dry goods anc carpe t house of WINÍS L WORDEN. It has been arranged under the persona supervisión of Mr. Worden and is a marve of beauty. They have devoted their sp&ce prin-ipaily to the display of carpets ai'C drapery. There are carpeta on the floor carpets on the sides and carpeta or. the end, n fact it is about all carpets, with a few handsome rugs, mats, and draperies piaced here and there, which gives it a yery handsome appearance. SCHUH MUIILIG Have made a display wh ch s much admired, eecially by the newly marrieo conple er the couple aboui to be mairied. Their exhibit consiste of stoves and sewing machines. As a stove is the first necessary ariicle in keeping house, and the sewing machine next, why shouldn't they be interestert? The sewirg machine exhibited ia the Davis, and Mr. Sjhuh, whoi in attendance, cever tires of lelliag of its superiority over other machines. KCCH & HALLER Have made a line exhibit of furniture which also attracts the attention of the visitor. There is a very pretty bed room iet in antique oak, with curtains, carpets and all the aecessories. They also exhibit (ome upholstered furniture which is also very elt-gant, and altogether their display pretents a very attractive appearance. EBERBACH & SON Have a display which is both interesting and instructive. It consista principally of appliances for compounding and testing chemicals, and to the uninitiated makes a very interesting tstudy. Another very attractive display is that of the well known clothing house of WM. W. DJUGLAS & CO. It is very stnking and unique, and coheists of ready-made clothing in the lutest ntyles and pattern. Also a baidsome assortment of aents' furnihÍDg goods, hats and caps. They show eveiything worn by gentlemen which is kept in a first-clsss clothiog hou-e. THE ANN ARBOR OROAN CO. Exhibit three organs of their own make, which at unce suggests to the observer that Ann Arbor is a manufacturing city. The beauty and tone oí these organs are inferior to none, and are far superior to many which have a world wide reputation. j. j. gibbon, The popular photographer, has a very fine collec' ion of portrait and art goods. His display consists ot a variety of portrait pciures which present a very artistic appearaQCe. ALVIN W1LSET Exhibits pianos, oreans and the Standard iewing machine. Tney are very deftly arranged, togethtr with pamples ol woik done on the Standard, whiuh presents an interesting sight. LEW H. CLEMENT The rnus'c man, is on band with 8 handsome display of the celebrated Haynes Bros' pianos, organs, and music and musical instrumenta. THE WHITE 8EWIN0 MACHINE 00. This company has made a fine d splay of their machines, toguther witb work done on them, consisting of embroidery, etchiEgs, etc. MINOR EXHIBITS. The Egan and the K!ley Truss Companies each make a display of their goods. B. Culley shows, some handsome specimens of monuments. The Raynaond baby jumper is also attractively displuyeu. One of the inceresting exhibits in the hall is a bo)k-case made by Peleg Johnson, who is 87 year old GROSSMAN & SCHLKNKKB, The hardware fiim, fhow a variety of stoves, from the cheape&t to the most expensive. MISS KATIE RÜGERS Has a very fine collection of paintings in oil, water color, etc. To the rt student her display is especially attractive. PAINTINGS. In paintings the display is exceptionally fine. Thn collection consists of paintings hy Mis. N. S. Garlinghouse, Katie Rogers, Haliie E. Hoffinan, and Mrs. Anna E. Ruodes. IN NÏEDLE WORK Mrs. A. H. Holmes, Mrs. J. H. NeflF, Mrs. N 8. Garlinghouse, Hattie E. Huffman, Mrs. Prof. W. W. Beman, Grace E. Loomis and Mrs. Plympton, show some very öne work.


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