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Wright's Myrrh Tooth Soap gives pearly white teetb, purifies the breath, prevenís teeth from decay. Sold by all drucrgists. OCR 85 CENT COLCHN. Adveitlsements, such as To Rent, For Sale, and Wants, not exceeding three Unes, can be lnserted three weeks for 25 cents. WAMED. WANTED.- A girl to wash dishes and do other light work. Inquire at 26 Williams-st. WANTED.- Suite of two or three rooms for gentleman and wife, unfurnished preferred. Address P. O. box 111. WANTED.- A girl for general house work. Inquire at No. 12 Packard. WANTED.- To rent a house and pay rent In board, or rosition as matron of society house. Leave word at Register office. AGENT WANTED.-5.per day made with little effort in delightful employment Cali for Mr. Hayley at U East Liberty-st. FOR SALE. FOR SALE.- Baby carriage. Inquire at 56 East HTon-st. FOR SALE -A very good phaeton with canopy top. Enquire at No. 86 South Statest. FOR SALE -Building lots. fronting west side Mann-st; extra view; sizesto suit; long time for payments. J. D. Duncan, 76 Millerave. FOR SALE.- A lot of fine red Cedar Chestu, at W. G. Dieterle's. FOR SALE- Household goods. Inquire any day at 49 S.Ingalls-st, before 9 a.m., or after 5 p. m. FOR SALE.- Four year old colt. Box 1546. Geo. L. Loomis. FOR SALE.- As I have no use for two horses, I will sell cheap my six years old Hambletonian gelding. "George," sired by Waverly; dam, a Black Hawk and Messeneer mare; or my bay driving norse seven years old. Also feveral loads of good manure. Earth lilling free. A. M. Clark, 47 S. División street. tf FOR 8ALE.- Fruit and 8tock Farm, 67 acres, 1 mlle east of Campus on Geddes-ave. O. R. L. Crozier. IT'OR SALE.- Four or flve young horses. Two miles north of the city. James C. Allen. FOR SALE.- Evergreen trees for Hedge and other purposes; Peaeh and Pear tree, Grape Tines, red. white and black variedes. All kinds of small fruit plants, and nice lot of elm and other shade trees at my place on W. Huron st. J. H. Allmand. THOR SALE-j-Or excbange for Ann Arbor city } property, tile factory, pleasant locatlon, best of material and good demand for tile. Fine chance to make money. Register Okfick. FOR SALE.- A cheap covered carriage nearly new. No. 2 Brook-st, near MilleFave. E. Ludlum. ÍOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE FOR FARM.- 1 House and 24 City Lots.- Apply 48 South Main St., Ann Arbor. FARM FOR SALE- The farm known as the Grant T. Perry farm of 200 Acres of flrst-class land, situated in the township of Lodi. Inquire of Comstock F. Hill, Administrator. FOR SALE.- House and lot No. 44 Washingtonst Apply of N. W. Cheever, No. 10 North 4thet. LARGE NEW HOUSE, with one or two lots, for sale or exchange for smaller property, If not sold, will be for rent J. P. Judson, South University Ave ; also 4 Acres on same street. FOR REMT. FOR RENT.- House and Lot, No. 16 Volland t, at $25 a quarter. Payable quarterly in advance. Address H. Osborne. HOUSE AND BARN TO RENT.- At 41 Madison etreet. Apply to B. E. NIchols. BOARD AND ROOMS- Furnished Rooms with or without board. Also table boarders wanted. Mrs. Efner 26 North 5th Street. FOR RENT. - House on Hnron-st opposite LadieB' Library. Inquire of E. D. Klane. FOR RENT.- Rooms in the Hamilton Block. Suitable for light house keeping. Water and steam heating included. Apply to A. W. Hamilton. FOR RENT.- Desirable house on E. üniversity Ave, near Campus at reasonable rate to good tenaut. Inquire at Register OtBce. UOR RENT. Thlrty acres of marsh land for -T onions, four miles south of Ann Arbor, township of Pittsileld, twenty acres ready for spring work. For further Information address Miss E. PhUlips. Pittefleld P. O., Mich., or cali at Squire1 farm. 'Jood onion crlb. REAL ESTÁTE FOR SALE OR RENT.- Houses and lotsvalued from il, 000 toft.uoüand containing from one-fifth of an acre to iwentr acres- 1 in the city llmits. Houses rented uo reasonable terma in central loc&lities. Farms excbansed for city property. Enqulre of J. Q. A.SKS8ION8, 632tf Attorney and Real Estáte Agent. Office over Eiprcss Office, Main St.. Ann Arbor. niN(i:i.i.t.i.oi ,h. WHY NOT Buy the Rochester Gang Plow and save five dollars a day. W. F. Blrd, West Huron-st, CHEAP HOMES for Workingmen in one-half acre Iota or more. Oeo. L. Loomls, Nortb Main-Bt. PURE grape winc from the best sorted grapes for ale, 90 Broadway, Ann Arbor. J. C. Taylor. LOST.- Last fall a society pin, with onner's name on the under ide. Finder will he liberally rewarded upon leavint; at 13 South State-st. Ann Arbor, April 30. LADIES,- If you want your dress-making done, both stylish and cheap, go to Miss Xouise Miller, bl% North Fouxthnst. Wrappers and Tea Gowna a speciality. DIETERLE has on hand tome fiue red cedar chests for sale. LAIR VOYANT. - Mre. Mary A. Charter, of Vj Boston, Mass., can be consul ted at 68 Broadway, Fifih ward. AISTERNS built and repalred. Leave orders at VyWood Yard, 36 East Huron-st EGGS for sale from three of ths best varleties of pure bred poultry, Wyandottes, White Dorkings and Silver Spangled üamburp. Ann Arbor Poultry Yards, 90 Broadway. Pnce one dollar for 13. J. C. Taylor. FARM TO EXCHANGE for Ann Arbor proper ty. Cali at 84 South Maln-st T EO CEDAB CHESTS for sale at Dleterle's. MR9. E. R. CHAPÍN, Teacher of Frenen. Thor ougb inatruction girtn in private leatons. 5o, 5 N. SU t St.


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