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I Begto Inform My Friends and Oustomers that I have NOT GONE OUT OF BUSINESS And do not intend to, but shall continue selling choice groceries at low prices, and at all times pay Cash íor Ghoice Butter Whick I must have EVEEY HOUK, so many families seem to rely upon me to furnish them. JOHNW.MAYNARD 15 -A-1STKT SO?. WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. FOR KENT- Two commodious pleasant flats, with six rooms eaoh iu New Block oq State street. Enquire at No. 18 South State street. 66- tf. ANN ARBOR NURSERY-Fruit and ornamental trees. Peach and pear a specialty. Grape vines, berry plants, etc. Pnce low. Jacob Ganzhorn, head of Spring street. FOR SALE AT A The Northwest quarterof the Southwest quarterof Section 16 in the Township of York, about f our miles rrom Saline village. A good house and small barn on the premises, known as the Wesley Ouderkirk farm. For terms applrto E. B. Pond, No. 6, N. Main street, Ann Arbor. 45 tf. WANTED - Two or more unfurished rooms in Ann Arbor. Address soon, 616 Oak St., Flint, Mich. 54-56. FOR SALE- A Bargain, one tenjhorse-power Nichols & Shepard Traction Engine and 32x48 separator tank, trucks in complete running order, for less than one-third original cost. Good reason for selling. Cali on or address, M. F. Clemente, Dixboro, Mich. 54-56 FOR SALE- Two Houses and Lots- One on the North and other the South side of Summit street, within flve minutes' walk of the Post Office. Enquire of E. B. Pond, No. 6 N. Main street. Aug. 18, 181. 55-58. FOR SALE.- A family horse, sound, gentle, and inevery way desirable for ladies' use. Inquireat Stark ícGartee's paint shop, 28 E.' Washington 8t. , 55tf LOST- A diary, between Ann Arbor and a mile and a half on the Dexter road. Finder will receive rêward by leaving it at the Argus office or J J. Schaffer'8. 54-56 PERSONAL- My friend, if agreeable to you, write me amount of bonus you want for picking up that small, black wallet, containmg a diamond ring and stud. If not excesMve, will cheerfully comply. Write soon. Keep yourpowder dry and oblige. Yours, J. L. Babcock. At home. 56-58