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lYrEW UVERY STABLE. li Old Moniter barn.) Corner Huron and Seconcl Sts. ! FIRST CLAS3 Nexv üigs, Good Horses ; and Bright Harnees. Best aocommodations lor ! Feeding" or Boardlng by week. Barn ', ougbly renovated. w. s. SOUTHARD, Prop. MEAT MARKETS. ir p. vogel, DEALKI! IN Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, And .-unie in season. 18 IE. HTJieOIiT STREET. T A. MEUTH, 24 DETROIT STREET. NEW YORK MEAT MARKET, Carries a full line of choice fresh. salt, smol?ed meats, sausage and lard. An eighteen j-ears experience In New York City enables me to put up meats in regular New York style. Telephone connections. 7í W . VOGEL, No. 9 Axn Street. CHOIGEST CUTS OF STEAKS. AU kinds o MEATS AND SAUSACES. Fresh lard always In ?tock. Poultry in season. MiSCELLANEOUS. n OBERT S OKB, Agent for TOLEDO -BZJRCH PLOWS, VÍCTOR SCHOOL FURNITURE. TOLODO PICTURE FRAMES. Mauufacturer of Electric Enamel Furniture Polish and varnish restorer, silver and zinc polishes, etc. 48 Detroit Street. r W. AMSDEN, -DE ALE K IX- FLOUR,FEED, COAL, AND ALL KINDS OF HARD AND SOFT WOOD, BALED HAY AND STRAW. Also Linseed Oil Meal an excellent feed for stock. No. 'áS East Huron Street, next to Firemen's Hall. MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING. iyr HS. A. OTTO, 19 Fourth Street. Full and complete line of ladies and childrens hnts, caps and bonnets in all the surnmer blocka at the lowest prices. All the new shaöes in flowers and ribbons for trimming. L'all undinspeet my goods before purehasing. llf RS. F. L. UNDERWOOD Dress, Cloak and Mantle Maker, 81 North Main Street. Special attention given to wedding trousseau aud traveling costumes. Good fits guaranted in every instance. Good references given if desired. MUSIC DEALERS. lf USICAL MERCHANDISE, Oí 25 South Fourth Street. Pianos, Orans and The New Rotary Shuttle "STANDARD SEWING MACHINE." Largest stock, lowest prices . Easiest terms . ALVIN WILSEY, PAINTERS HERZ, no. 4 west washington street. House, Sign, Ornamental and Fresco Painter, gilding, ealeiinining, glazing and paper hanging. All work is done in the best style and warranted to gire satisfaction. PHYSICIANS. p HOWELL. M. D., PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON, HOOM 4, MASONIC BLOCK. Telephone, Dr. Nichols' office, Telephone, No. 100, at the House. Calis Answered Day or Night. rK. L. IJ. WHITE Claiiivoyant Physician, Háa removed to 201 Trumbull Avenue, Detroit. Especial attention to the treatment of chronic diseases. HE. JAMES C. WOOD, Office Cor. Hurón and Main. Besidence6 South División et. Office hours trom 2 to i and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 114. JR. H R. ARNDT, Office over First National Bank. Hours: 10:!i0 to 12; 2:30 to 3:30. Can be reaehed at residence, West Hu ron St„ at the "Prof. Nichols place" by telephone No. 97, and will reply to oalls in the evening. RESTAURANTS. rpOXY SCHIAPPACASSE, DEAI.KIt IN FKUIÏS, NUÏS, CONFECTIOXS, TOÜACCOAND CIGARS, Fresh eonsignments of fruits received daily. Cali and see my new erop of oranges, leraons, and bananas. No. 5 Main Street. A NTON BRAHM, EEASTAUEANT & OONFECTIONEKT Depot street, opposite M. C. freight house. Warm meals and lunches at all hours. Soft drinks, full line of tobáceo, cigars, etc. T JACOB KOCH'S LITTLE GKAIÍD RESTAURANT AND ICE CREAM PARLORS, Meals to order and lunches at all hours for from five to twenty-flve cents. Confections, tobáceo and eigars. Twenty-four East Washington Street. ]ÏBS. WM. CASPARY, COR. ANN AND FOURTH STREETS. Bakery, Eestaurant & Oonfectionary Store. Ice cream and soda water, fresh bread, cakes, and eanned goods. A good meal for 25 cents. Lunches at all bours. A NN ARBOR 8HALL FBDITKDR8BKT All kinds of BerryPlants. Fruit and Ornamental trees from Ellwanger Barry, Rochester, N. Y. %%T Orders must be sent at once. _JE1 Wiies ai)dSpUps Sweet and sour home-made wine for invalids. Bonesett Shrub, Raspberry Wine and Svrup. Dried Pears. Plymouth Rock Eggs. EM1LBAÜE West Huron Street,


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