Tho Blind Men. Geo. W. Murphy and Wm. HazeltoD, both blind as bats, but. neither one of them lazy or willins to beg, will give an enter tainment at Firemen's Hall, Friday evening, Oct. 7, consieting of readiog, writin, workine matbematical problems on a slale, and a lecture bow the blind are taught to see without eyes, interspersed with seriocomic and seniimentalmusic. Admission: children 10 cents, adults 15 cents. Tae press and clergy highly recommend tbis entertainment. Buy what-ever you need at The Two Sams'. 666 tf. Itch of every kind cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. Use no other. This never fails. Sold by H. J Brown, druggist, Ann Arbor, Mich ; Synek & Co., Manchester, Mich. 674 Youman's Hats at Tne Two Sam's. 666 tf. Special sale of Boys' and Children's Suits at Wm. W. Douglas & Co.'s, comme-icing Salurday, Aug. 13. Every arti cle at cost. 69 Buy the Nobby Youman's t The Two Sams'. 666 tf. Helio ! Helio ! Helio ! 35 I The enterprisini Druggist, Mr. H. J. Brown has taken the agency of Baxter' s Lucky Star Cigar. Herealter the lovers ot a good smoke can be accommodated with a cigar for five cents that will prove, upon trial, superior to the ten cent cigars sold. The Lucky Star is pure Havana 611er and guarameed unflavored. H. J. BROWN, Sole Ag't. Ask for the Lucky Star, Ouly five cents Herit Kecogrnized. New York, Oot. 1, '87. Mr. H. Randaix - DearSir: - For the plersure and int-trucüon of the memoprs of our craft who could not visit the Chi cago Exhibition, I prepose to make up -ome mosHic pictures for the Pniladelphia Photographer, of the best work exhibüed. Will you kindly turnish me with an unmounted print of "The Lute Player," large size, 20x24, i'or that purpose, s'atin? panicuUrs about lens, t me, plate and points about the model. Full credit will be given you. Trulv yours, Edward L. Wilson, Ed. fc Pub. the ''Phila. Photographer," New Yoik City. REUBEN H. KEMPF, INSTRUCTOR IN HARMONY, PIANO AND ORGAN PLAYING. The Stuttgart, Lebert and Stark system of Piano-forte playing. Tüition- per quarter of 20 lessons $16.00. Scholars may enter any time. The begining of their Quarier, commences with the first lesaon they take. No deduction can be made for absence of lesBons, except in case of illness. Room and Residence, 57 S. Main. 1'M'll.S OF 1887: Allen, Miss Marian Ann Arbor. Allen, Mr. Frank _ " Andrews, Mr. ('arl Dexter. April, Mr. Adolp Ann Arbor. Boienger. Miss Enland. Beek, Miss Minnie Ann Arbor. Burhanan, Miss Lizzie. Di xterl Blat-ss. Mr Albert Ann Arbor. BreaKey MissMuy Condón. Miss L dia " Craig Miss Louie " ('heever. Miss Nellie „. " Dean, Miss Lizzie " Duiheira, Mis Kuth " DeFrii-ze. wss Hel n " Drabe. Miss Minino ' Dunlap, Miss May WhitmoreLake. Eherbaoh, Mis Emily Ann Arbor. Eherbaeh, Miss Ott lie " Earp Mis 'Cornelia " Frothintfham, Miss Anna M Frotbingham, Mr. Willie " French, Miss Ouida ReedsburR, Wia. Frothingham. Miss Mary Ann Arbor. George, Miss Nellie _ " Goodell, Miss Myrta " Gwluner. MssEmma " Hailer, Miss Kate " Knnh. Miss FL.ra ' Laubengayer. Miss Olga „ ' Luiek. Miss Olive „ " Luick, Mr. oscar ' 'nrse. Miss Jennie Chelspa. Phelps. Miss clara Dexter. Root, Miss Allice Ann Arbor. Kobinson. Miss Cora " Root, .Miss MiKiion ' Sage. Misi Mattie Saline. Southmayd. Miss Lulu AnnAruor. 8. alioit, Mr. Martin Schlc tterb( ck, Mr. Julius " Tay'or. Mis Sarah " Waierman, Miss Margareth _... Detroit. Wali-h, Miss Teresa Ann Arbor Whitiark, Mrs Wagner, Miss Kate "