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low Bate Harvest Excursión via Missouri Pacific railway and Iron Mountain route, to Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas, and all points west and southwest, Aug. 25th,Sept. 15th and 29th, 1891. Tickets for these Excursions have a limit of thirty days to return, and stop over privileges allowed. For full information, cali on or address H. D. Armstrong, Travel ing Pass. Agt., Jackson, Mich. Ttaree lurrent Kxcurslous. The Burlington Route, C. B. & Q. R. B., will run Harvest Excu reions, Tuesdays, Aug. 25th and Sept. 15 and 29th, from Chicago, Peoría, Quincy and St. Louis to St. Paul, Omaha, St. Josepb, Kansas City, Denver, Helenn, Salt Lake and all other points in the North West, West and South West. Rates very low; tickets for sale at all company's ticket offices at points on and east of ' ippi River. Many ronnecting lines will sell through tickets for these excursions. Inquire of local agent for full information, or address P. S. Eustis, Gen'l Pass. and Ticket Agt., Chicago. 70. CITY NOTICES. Schuh & Muehlig have the contract for heating and plumbing O. L. Robinson's fine residence. A Bolterhot water heater will be used. A Sensation will be found in the advertisement of The J. T. Jacobs Co. this week. Never before, it is claimed, has clothing been sold so cheaply. The Artistic Millinery Store will move about September lst to new quarters at 38 S. Main-st. 70 Dr. Preston B. Rose is putting in a Cortón combination hot air and hot water furnace. Schuh & Muehlig have the contract. If you are anxious to learn how to keep cool, you can learn by consulting Noble's new advertisement. Chlldren C ry for Pïtcher's Castorla. lees. Oranga, lemon, etrawberry, raspberry, pine pple, Roman punch. tf E. V. Hangbterfeb. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ice Creara. Vanilla, chocolate, coffee, pistechio, strawberry, macaroon, tutifruitti.bisque, nonquat. All Sunday orders should be given the day previous. tf E. V. Hangsterfer. The furniture dealer, Martin Haller, has been in Grand Rapids and Chicago with a view to prepare for fall trade. He says he selected a line of goods that will surpass any thing that has been brought into our University city yet.


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