VVANTED. FOR SALE, ETC. i NN ARBOR NÜH8BRT- JPruit and orna'l mental trees. Peach aud pear # specialtv. Grapa vines, berry plants, etc. Prioe loiv. Jacob Ganzhorn. head ot' Sprtag street. I7OK SALE.- Brick house at córner of South 1 t niversity and Forest Aves. Inquire at the house. st, ÜOR SALE- Au Empire self binder aearly "- iiew, steel frame. Por sale cheap, milv been used to cut fifty acres of wheaf. Fre'cl krause, auctloneer, Aun Arbor. POH SALE- Flve aerea on West Hurón 1 street. Goood house, baru. orchard. KeautLful looatlon. Will sell on easy lerms. Apply to or address E. D. Davia, West Hurón ftreet Ann Arbor, Michigan. ïtf FOR SALE. -No. 3 Willard street, second door frotn corner, Urst block from campus, faees south. Price present rent capitalized at 10 per cent. Address, Miss Flora Oakley, or cali if ter 4:30 p. m. FOR SALE AND TO RENT.-SeveraTgood farms, farmlng lands and city pïoperty improved and unimproved, on very easy terms. Franklin L. Parker, 24 Ann St. Ann Arbor. IHEREBY ;tive warning that I will not be responsiblo for any debts lnonrred and chargad to my account, by partías otlier tiran myself. John 1'. Gutekunst. 22-25 PIANO TUNING.- A. D. Brown, the well known piano tunerwitb C. J.Whitney, will be in the city soon. Orders left at the Argus office will receivo his attention. REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE.- Good ene, Alaska, all hard case, only been used two months. For sale cheap. Apply to Chas. H. Major, 48 Thtrd Street. 1ÏOOMS AND BOARD.-Rooms for rent, also "■ board by the week or day or single meals. No. 69Nortt Main street. Mrs. Laura We bster. 22-25 HPO KENT.-At No. 20 S. State at. A flat of X six rooms. Enquire at 18 S. State St. 28tL TO RENT.- Furnished house heated with furnace, in ood order. Apply to Noah G. Butts, Room 18. Masonic Block. TO RENT.- Whole or part of house corner of Jefferson and División Sts., suitable tor roomers and boarders. A. M. Clark, 47 División St. WANTED.- Agents to sellthefastest selling Novelty on the market. Send2ö cent- for sample. Jiy-Jaif Puzzle Co., Ann Arbor. 5o-tf 1FANTTED.- A second-hand sprin.s wagon. Wouldliketoexchanjii' second-hand lumber wagon for it. Luonard Basett, 23 Thonip'SQ" SI. il_ Summer MILLINERY OPENING Beginiiiug MAY 17, Continuing all Week. 250 bats already trimmed according to the atest styles. Eerything in the line of miiliïery that one eould wlsh for. Five ladies, includinL' a firet class trimmer, are always ready to pay tbe best aiteation to orders. Ladies atlend the opening and buy your hats before golng to the World's Fair. 3VCRS. J. OTTO, 3or. Washington and Fonrth Ave. umin uw si." s the title of the new 7R8 p;1'_'e work repared by J. Alexander Koones, LX. B., memberof the New foi-k Bar. It eaables every man and woman to be tlieir wn lawyer. It teacnes whai are your rights nd how to maintain them. Wbt'ii to begin a iwsuit and when to shun one. It contaiDs tbv seful information every business man needa i eveiy State in the Union. It containa bueiess forme of every varlety useful to i bi laweras wellas toall wlio have legal buöiaeis o transact. Inclose two dollara for a eopy, or iriclose wo-cent postage stamp for a table of coneuts and terms to agents. Address. BENJ. W. HITi'ILCoi'K, PublLsher, U-iö Slxth Avenue, New York.