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Day
11
Month
June
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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Nervous Prostration, BleepleesneB8,Sick and Nervous Headache, Backache, Dizziness, Morbid Fears, Hot Flasb.es,Nervou8DyBpepsia,Dullne6S,Confusion, Hysteria, Fits, St. Vitus Dance, Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., are cured by Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. It does not contain anï opiates. Trial bottle and fine books FKEE at druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Indiana, TUI A I. BOT1XE FRES. eiïm:ove!ID. -HANGSTERFERC-AT lEIRIEJR. O. u siux. i o STREET, Fret door east of Maiu-st. ICE CREAM SODA, 5 CENTS. The finest Coufectionary in the City. 50c per tb. ARRIVING DAILY! NEW CARPETS! Coine and see them. The largest assortment, and the handsomest patterns ever shown in Ann Arbor. NEW FURNITURE! Modern designs in Old English, Antique, and XVI Century finish. Chamber Suits, Parlor Furniture, Library Furniture, Dining-room Furniture, Funiture of Every Description. A good Folding Bed for $11.50. We will Guarantee our Prices to be the very Lowest in Washtenaw County, Quality taken into consideration. Special Bargains in a complete line of Lace Curtains and Heavy Draperies. KOCH & HENNE. 56 A SS Hain-st, Ann Arbor. jiTHE MEHLIN PIANolJ ?Do not let prejudice prevent an Eiamination.'j j ALLMENDINGER PIANO & ORGAN CO., j} it í.'íica Agent. i G. H. WILD, MERCHANT TAÏLOR Is sbowing the largesi stock of FALL GOODS. He has Ihe flnest TKOVSKKI(iN in Ann Arbor. Examine G. il. Wilü's sioci; of Ki)o;iisli Dress Suitings All the latest Novellies can be seer. at fio. 2 WiiN'tinsioil St., Xcilr Miiin. WËÊÊmËBÊÈtm ■ ■AAI " ■"'"■ -nml ol onrüEwm-.pofwfrli, llnl I Eii h" s IWILIBi i R ■ ' Ai v IVIUIIL Q ,„ to Laril'. Wolu: 1, u I(.ii dnote ■ r Um to Ibfl wolki TliU aan BDtlraly new ; Bacfnasr ure ínniing froin #25 to #50 prwekaad upwrdt md more íftrr a liüUnm funnah yoii fiM tm. ut anil lenth yon I'KEK. No ftcoto px()laiu her. Full afun-.iatH.il PKM. 'l'KX'E JL CO., Altittiil, MilNt.

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Ann Arbor Register