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WHO Sil A 1. 1. BE IHTOB? I.l Dvitj .lian mul Woninii l hIk inlc Hls Cholee. In order to excite interest in tbe approaching city election The Register introduces a novel feature. The office of mayor is the most important one in the city. It should be filled by one who is the deliberative choice of the peop'.e. [n order to find out who tliis person is, The Register invites every man or woman in this city, whether he be a democrat a repablican or prohibí tionittt, to write his choice on the coupon which is priuted below, and send it ;o The Register Every person must sign his name on the ballot in order that no one may be able to vote wice. The result will ue announoed every week. FOR MAYOR OF nsrirsr .a.:rbo:r, MY CHOICE IS ( WriU Distincüy One Jüame Only. ) The Ballot vrill close at Night, March lOii, and the Result will be announced in The Register of March 12lh ADDRESS iDITOR MAYOR'S BALLOT, THE ANX ARBOR REGISTER. N. B.- The name of the voter nill not be published. uní Oí I hlilil.s To the neighbors and friends who showed so much kindnessand sympathy during our recent affliction, I wish to express my heart-felt gratitude. J. W. Reeves, Dexter. Can Catar ril oe Permanent ly Cnred? This is a question of graat interest to the thousands who have been cured of catarrh by Peru-na during the last year ortwo. To be cured of this loathsome disease as promptly and completely as Pe-ru-na commonly does, seems to most people to be too good to remain true. They ask, Will not catarrh return the firet time I exposé myself, or quit treatment? The answer is, No; you are as well as ever in your lives, and uo more Hable to get catarrh than one who never had it. Many years have elapsed since the first cases of catarrh were cured by Pe-ru-na, and in order to test the permanency of thesecuresa number were written to, and the following case it a fair sample of the replies received: Jcnah S. Whan, of McKees Rocks, Allegheny county, Pa., who was, ten years ago, cured of severe chronic catarrh of many years standing by the use of Pe-ru-na, writes January 24, 1891 : "I am not bothered with catarrh at all." The cures made by Pe-ru-na are permanent. Pe-ru-na is for sale at most drug stores, and full directions for use with each bottle. A book on catarrh, which is a complete guide to the prevention and cure of catarrh, sent free to any address by The Pe-ru-na Medicine Company of Columbus. Ohio. 42 CITY NOTICES. loe Creams and lees srved to families in 1, 2, 3 or 4 qt bricks. Hangsterfer. tf Burcbfield is all right for lots of trade at least, as long as he seljs for the prices he does and does such nice work. 42 Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. Stop and see the Pair of Pants you can get made to order at Burchfield's Tailor Shop. You will not want to look any further. It is a conundrum to know how he can do it, but he does it just the same. 42 Happy and content is a home with"The Rochester;" a lamp with the light of the morning. For ealalopu, vtritt Rothttttr Lam Co. Nnt York. Go to Gruber's Post-office news stand for confectionery, stationery and standard periodicals. tf . Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. Burchfield is certainly the greatest Boomer in the city; he has got in Cords of Cloths, Pantings,Suitings, overCoatings, and every style to suit every one, from the plainest to the most Fastidious. Every one that dosen't callón himbefore ordering will certainly be the looser, because his prices are awful low. It is a8tonishing how low he sells a fine Prince Albert Suit. He is the only real live Tailor in the city who is fully awake to the wants of the people. 42 Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. lees. Orange, lemon, strawberry, raspberry, pine apple, Roman punch. tf E. V. Hanosterfee. Completed to Deatlwood. The Burlington Route, C, B. & Q. R. R. from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, is now completed, and dally passenger, trains are running through Lincoln, Neb., and Custer, S. D., to Deadwood. Also to Newcastle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars to Deadwood. 46


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