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Day
6
Month
September
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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C. W. Wagner writes from New York city, under date of iSept. 3, as folio ws: "Today is 'labor day,' and consequently the buBiness bouses are closed. As I cannot work here, I will give you an eyeopener for the Ann Arbor people. I have been working hard buying clothing and have picked up some deoided bargains. In certain lines we will be able to scoop them all. I have closed out several siyles of staple suits at aboat $3 00 under what others own them at." Tbe Early Mylex In Fll Millinery may now be seeu at Mrs. E. L. Munyon's, 16 E. Washington-st. She earries the finest stock in the city, and is the leader in low prices. Farmers having choic; butter for sale should see J. W. Maynard. I always pay cash. I have orders every day from partiee willing to pay jrenerously for No. 1 butter. 15 Ann-st, Maynard's Block. Detroit Races Sept. 4 to 8. Michigan Cent! al Railway will sell round trip tickets at one fare with $1 added for admisBion. Tickets aold on Sept. 4-8, good to return on Sept. 8. H. W. Hates, Agt. Lidies are especially invited to visit the Children's Parlor at A. L Noble's sigti of the Red Star. This is jast such a room as ladies have desired in which to make their purchases. For Sale. The folio wiog described property o wned by the Ann Arbor Improvement Co., will be offered for sale to the highest cash bidder on Monday afternoon, Spt. lOth, 1888, at 2 o'clock. Sale to take place on the premises : Lots No. G and 15, in Block No. 5 Range, one E. in Maynard's addition to the second ward of the city of Ann Arbor, know as the " Capsule building property." By order of the Board of Directors. Cius. E. Hiscock, Sec'y. Harvest Excnrslons. The Michiean Central Railroad company will, on Tuesdays, Aug. 21, Sept. 11 and 25, Oct. 9 and 23, 1888, sell round trip tickets at one first-class fre to points in Alabima, Arkansa?, Colorado, Dakota, Indian Territory, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebragka, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas, Wyoming. Ticket good for 30 days. For further information, please caU at M. C. ticket office. H. W. Hates, Agt. Money to Loan On first-class and first mortgage Real Estáte. Apply t--. S. H. Douolass. S. H. DOUGLASS, l rp..,,.... I.W. Hünt, patees. Aun Arbor, April, 1888. "Doe" Simonds' barber shop is the oldest in the city, and the best place for any thing in our line. We are always "on deck." THE UNITARIAN! (Eev. J. T. 8UNDERIAND, A. M., Editob) will be sent to new readers for examination, tb ree inontbs, for 10 t:M.s. Address, The Unitarian, Ann Arbor, Mich. " Most excellent," Rev. Dr. Thomas, (Chicago.) " By all odds the best religious monthly in the United States."- Universalist Eecord. O-A.Hii-1 onsr W. B. WARNER, 24 STATE ST. MICTOIIE No better place in tbe city to buy y our GROOERIES Business conducted on CASH basis. No Goods sold on credit to anyone, but prices are low enough to make it an object-ibr you to trade with him. Telephone Connections. AU Goods delivered. Ann Arbor School of Music The School ia just entering on iteninth yearand s now fully established as an influential factor in ;he educational forces of the state. Thongh some changes are made this year in the management, he purpose of the School remains the same, and te usefulness will be increased by several additions to its present efficiënt board of instruction early in the present vear. BRANCHES TAÜGHT : "Huno, Yoice Culture and Singing, Violin, Viola, ïrchestral Instruments, Organ, Ctioral Music, Harmony, Counterpoint, CompositUm, Science and Art of teachiug, Plxyslcal Culture. A. Special Class for Cblldren will be formed. TEACHERS- Orín Caby, Wm. Luderer. F. L York, A. M., Mrs. Anna E. Warden, Miss Marian Skith, Miss Ellen E. Garrioües. Fall Term begins Sept 27th, 1888. Office open three days previous for registration. Office hours during Sept. 9 to 11 a. m., Univerity hall, Ante Room. ORÍN CADY, Acting Director. lÜPlFl Dou't fail to attend Wahr's great Sale of WALL PAPER. We are offering our immense stock at prices to please all. Best quality gllts at 10, 12, 15, !8 and 20 cents per Roll. Common papers at 3, 5, 6, 8 and 1O cents per Roll. WINDOW SHADES AT REDUCED PRIOES, GEO.WAHR. Book-Seller & Stationer, JHasonic Bik. FOR SALE- A pbftton in good repair. Price $5.00. Al8O a canopytop two scated phseton, good as new. Prlce I10O.0O. Cost $175 00. Enquire at 86 S. State-st. tf

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