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Mr. Clements received last week a mail order for a Haines Bros, piano, to he sent to Hudson, Mich. The lady ordering same was a stranger to Mr. Cleaient, liad tried and was familiar with Hainea pianos, and would have nothing else. Clement says he likes this kind of sale. To the Ladiea of Ann Arbor.- Be it known that Prof. J. W. Livingston, of 916 Broadway, New York, the grat inventor and patentee of the new Prench combination of squares of cutting all kind8 of garments for ladies and children, has appointed Miss Maggie L. Norton, of No. 14 N. 12th et., as general Agent for Ann Arbor and surroundings. Miss L. M. Foley is no longer Agent. Prof. J. W. Livingston. 916 Broadwav, New York. For Sale.- Chance for Investment. In order to close up the estáte of the late John A. Welles, the business property, No. 7 S. Main-st., teing the store new occupied by John W. Hunt. ia offered for sale. This property offers a good paying inve8tment. Offers may be made or info-mation obuined from John W. Hunt, S. W. Clarkson, cashier Firet National Bank, Ann Arbor, or S. T. Donglas, 80 Grriswoli at., Detroit. Don't Buy Vonr Arctics I nlil you have seen the Colchester Arctic with the "outside counter." It's tho best fitting and best wearing arctic now made, and is made 'pon honor for reputation. The "outside counter" adds largely to the durability. These are cheapestin the end. No extra charge for the "outside counter." Ask to see the Colchester Arctic. Kept here by best stores. At wholesale by H. S. Robinson & Burtenshaw, Detroit. Last week Burchfield sold Í85 pair of Panta. Burchfield ia a boomer, but where h9 profit comes in is the question. At $4 00 a pair we think the more he sella of them the worse he is off, but that is the public'8 berefit. GRAND OPERA HÖUSË A. J. feAWYSR, Manager. The management take great pleasure In announcing an engagement with the World-Famous Actress, miss jui mi Wlio will appear on "Wsdnesday, Feb. S, Iq her marvelous creations of LADY DEDLOCK AND HORTENSE In Charles Dickens' BLEAK HOUSE! Supported by Mr. J. üestta Ctoutn and her Superb Company. PRICES, - 75c, 50c and 35c. No extm charge for reserved seats, now ou sale at Wahr's Book Store.


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