WANTED, FOB SALE, ETC. 4 NN ARBOR NURSERY- Fruit and ornaí mental trees. Peach and pear a specialtv irape vines, berry plants, etc. Price low. Jacob Ganzhorn, heaü of Spring street. FOR SALE.- Brk-k house at corner of Soulli University and Forest Aves. Inquirí at the house. 3t POE SALE- An Empire self binder nearly ■ new, steel frame. Por sale cheap, only been usedtocut Hfty acres of wli;ii. Freo Krause, auctioneer, Ann Arbor. ÜOK SALE- Flve acres on West Hurou i street. Goood house, barn, orehard. Beau:iful locatlon. Will sell on easy terms. Apply to or address E. D. Davis, West Huron street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 7tf ÜOR SALE. -No. !i Willard street, second l door frora corner, flrst block froin campus, faces south. Price present rent eapitalzed at 10 per cent. Address, Miss Flora Oakley, or cali after4:30 p. m. FOR SALE AND TO RENT.-Several good farms, l'ai niin; lands and city property, mproved and unimproved, on very easy terms. Frankliu L. Parker, 24 Ann St., An'n Arbor. ]" HEREBY ive warning that I will not be - responsible for any debts ineurred and eharged to my account, by parties otlier than myself. John P. Gutekunst. 22-25 PIANO TUNING.- A. D. Brown, the well known piano tuner with C. J.Whitney. wiü be in the city soon. Orders left at theAHOtrs office will receive his attention. EFRIGERATOR FOR SALE.-Good one, Alaska, all hard case, only been used two months. For sale cheap. Apply to Chas. H. Major, 48 Third Street. T300MS JIND BOARD.-Rooms for rent, also "■" board by the week or day or single meals. No. 69North Main street. Mrs. Laura Webster. 22-25 T O RENT.- At No. 20 S. State 8t. A flat of six rooms. Enquire at 18 S. State St. 28tf TO RENT.- Furnished house heated witb f urnace, io good order. Apply to Noah G. Butts, Room 18, Masonic Block. TO RENT.- Whole or part of house corner of Jefferson and División St3., suitable for roomers and boarders. A. M. Clark, 47 División St. WANTED.- Agents to sellthe fastest selling Novelty on the market. SendSó cents for sample. Jig-Jag Puzzle Co. Ann Arborj 5o-tf VyANTED.- A second-hand spring wagon. " Wouldliketoexcbauffesecond-hanrt lumber wagon for it. Leonard Bassett, 23 Thompson St. 26-2S Summer MILLINERY OPENING Beginning MAY 17. Continuing all Week. SöOhats already trimmed according to the latest styles. Everything in the line of rnillinery that one could wish for. Five ladles, Includlng a firat class trimmer, are always ready to pay the best attention to orders. Liadies, attend the opening and buy your hats before going to the World's Fair. 3yCE,S. J. OTTO, Cor. Washington and Fonrth Ave. mvm m looi." Is the title of the new 768 page work prepared by J. Alexander Koones, LL. B., memher of the New ï'ork Bar. It enables every man and woman to be their own lawyer. It teaches what are your riïhts and how to maintain them. When to begin u lawsuit and when to shun one. It conrains the useful Information every business man needs in every State in the L'nion. It contains busine I'orm6 of every variety nsei'ui to the lawyei- as well as to all who have legal business to transact. Inclose two dollars for a copy, or inclose two-cent postage stamp for a table of contents and terms 10 agents. Adrlress. BENJ. W. HITUHCOCK, Publisher, 385 Sixth Avenue. New York.