For superior made clothing The Two Sama lead them all. Kot Ice. W. B. Warner, the State st grocer, whose stock was reeently destroyed by fire, earneslly req'jests all who are indebted to him to leave the money soon as possible at Calkins & Son's Pharinacy, 34 South State-st, where a!l his books and papers are to be fouad. I wish to oall the attention of Fruit Men to my choice varieties of Peach Tree?, at my oursery, head of st. J. Ganzhorn. Don't fail to read the Two Sams' advertisement trday. Mrs. A. Otlo, Itlilliner. I have on hand a large stock of Hats in the latest styles, also a fine lot of pluraes, tips and flowers, whicb I will 8ell chep. Would be pleased to receive a cali from those desiring new spring goods, whether they wish to buy or not. Mrs. A. Otto. 19 Fourth-st Aon Arbor. Boys Ulothing. The Two Sams are now showing a line costing 8, 10, 15, 18, a! d 20 dollars. Money to Loan On first-class and first mortgage Real Estáte. Apply to S. H. Doüolass. S. H. DOUGLASS, rp t I. W. Hum, f trustees. Ann Arbor, April, 1888. For any article that is fine in the furnishing goods line or Hats, The Two Sams excel. Workingmen of whatever occupation will do well to remember that the cottonade, jean and other pantaloons gold by A. L. Noble, are guaranteed in every particular. His pantaloons at 49 cents are wonfully eheap - ocly two pairs sold to one person. Two Orgitns in One Case. THE "AEOLIAN." Cali at the Arlington hotel and see the beautiful new "Aeolian Organ." lts leading points are two organs in one case, both for those who can play and for those who cannot, and taking up only the same room or space as an ordinary parlor organ. Each instrument can be played separately or both together, producing the finest orchestral effects. It must be seen and heard to be fully appreoiated and understood. Mr. Crutchett. the agent for these really wonderful and faecinating musical instruments, will cordially welcome all visitors interested at the "Arlington hotel, where the organs are on exhibition. The T. A. A. N. M. R'y will sel! tickets to the Republican and Prohibition conventions to be held at Grand Rapids in May for one fare for the round trip. Solid trains. No delays. Everybody invited. A. J. Paislet, Agent. At My Nnrsery At tho head ol Spring-st I símil be prepared during the .-prir.g season to furnich Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, Small Fruit Plants ; also Evergreen Trees, etc. 6w S. Ganzhorn. Base-ball score at F. Rettick, jr.'g, during the league pameg. l.ols l'rci-! LotsFree! Send U8 your name and address, anc we will mail you our circular how you may ob'ain a lot worth $300, free. Áddresí, People's Choice S ap Manuf. Co. 222 Wjlie Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Doe. Nimon'N Pleasant Barber Shop, directly opposite the south door of the court house, is the best place in the city for anything in hi line. Try k. 645 tf. On May lst the Michigan Central wil sell tickets to Detroit and return for one lare the round trip, on account of the base ball garre between the Detroits and Pitts burgs. The Orchard Lake cadets will give an exhibition drill ou the ball grounds be fore the ball game begins. Tickets gooi only on Grand Rápida express in mom ing, returning same day.
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