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I urkisli Embroiderles. Very choice, elegant, hand-inade, silk and gold serafs, tidies, etc., jiist received. Marked very low, and placed wi;h H. Rnndall for sale flr otie week. By B. T. SimoLian, Student. To the Ladies of Ann Arbor. - Be it known that Fr.f. J. W. Livingsíon, of 916 Broadway, New York, the grat inventor and patentee of the new French combination of squares of eutting all kinds of garments for ladies and children, has appointed Miss Maggie L. Norton, of No. 14 N. 12th st., as general Agent for Ann Arbor and surroundings. Miss L. M. Foley ig no Jonger Agent. Prof. J. W. Livingston, 916 Broadway, New York. For Sale.- Chance for Investment. In order to close up the estáte of the late John A. Wellen, the hu-iiness property, No. 7 S. Main-st., tf-ing the store new occupied by John W. Hunt. is offered for sale. This property offers a good paying investment. Offers may be made or information obtsioed from John W. Hunt, S. W. Clarkson, caBhier First National Bank, Ann Arbor, or S. T. Djuglas, 80 Griswold st., Detroit. Bon't Buy Your Arcllcs I uní you have seen the Oolehester Arctic with the "ouiside cour.ter." It's the best fitting aud best wearing aretic now made, and is made 'pon honor for reputation. ïhe "outside counter" adds largely to the durability. These are cheapestin the end. No extra charge for the "outside counter." Ask to see tbe Colchester Arctic. Kept here by best stores. At wholesale by H. S. Bobinson & Burtenshaw, Detroit. Last week Burchfield gold 185 pair of Pantg. Burchfield is a boomer, but where hia pr.ifit comea in is the question. At $4 00 a pair we think the more he seils of them the worse he is off, but that is the pubhe's benefit. All winter milliuery at coat atRandall'g. Ann Arbor, Mioh., Jaa. 7, 1889. A. W. HamiltoD, agent of the Ohio Farmer's Fire insurance company. DeaR Sir : - I take pleasure in acknowledging the receipt o! the Uhio Fire Ins. Co's. draft for two thousand dollars without discount, in f uil pnyment for the loss by fire of my house which burned on the evening of the 13th of December last. I can fuüy recommend this company to parties having dwellings to insure. Very sincerely yours, Mr?. E. J. Bliss. To the JV]1 of Saline. Mrs. Mary A. Krause wishes to say to the people of Saline that the trouble between herself and Mr?. Eüzibeth Oorden is flnished and that she (Mrs. 0.) signed a paper in lawyer Cramer's office sayiDg she wss sorry she had made any such statements for she had no cau=e for them, as she knew nothing of the kind. Mrs. K. has papers in her prosession showing that she had signed such papers. "Deeper than e'er plummet sounded" some people's coughs feern to come from, yet a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure them. It goes away down to the bottom of matters and works wonders. Pleasant to take and good for eoughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, etc. Prioe 25 cents. New Meat Market 22 S. FOtTRTH ST. FRESS AKD SALT KEAT3 AKD BQLO&SA Having opened a New Meat Market at the above named place, I invite all of my old customers as well as new to give me a cali. L G. F. GWINNER, 23 S. FOl'RTH ST., Anu Arbor, Mich. GRAND OPERA HOUSE ! FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY . Eengageinent? extraordinay of the J. C, Duf Comic Opera COMPA1TY irom the STANDARD THEAÏRE NEW YORK, J. J. MOREISSEY, Manager. SeeaGrandSpectacular Produetionof Von Suppe-s tuneful opera, "A TRIP Tö ÁFRICA:1 Eminent Soliste, Kelected Chorus, Unlque Scenic eflects, Costumes of Oriental Brilhaucy. The Bolista i MISS LAURA BELLINI, Miss Agnes Stone, Miss Maud Wilson Miss Kíi: Leiqbtok, mr. hakry Bkown, Mr. Kalmeker, Mr. J. a Moure Mr. Jomíii WeisnerandMr.Francisöaillard. ADMISSION 50c, 75c and $1.00 Sale of Seats open at Wahr's on Monday moruiug. '


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