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WANTEP, FOR SALE. ETC. 4 NN AUBOK NCltSERY-Fruit aud orna'inoutal trees. Peacli umi pear u specialty Grape vines, berry nlams, oto. Pnce low' lacob Ganzhoru, head ol' Spring street. rrOR SALE.- Brlck house at corner of South r Untversity and Poresi A. [nquire at nc house. 3t L'OK SALE- Au Empire self büider neu!y 1 new, steel trame. Por Bale cbeap, only icen usedtocnt tlfty acres of wheat. Pred Krause, auctioneer, Ann Arbor. FOK SALE- KI ve acres on uTest Huron Street. Goood liouse, barn. orohard. Beauiful location. Ifill sell on easv lerms. Apply to or addrees E. I). Davi, West Huron street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ttf FOR SALE.- Xo. S Willard street, second door from corner, flrst block from catnjus, faces south. Prlce present rent oapitalzed at 10 per cent. Address, Allss Flora Oakley, or caü after4:30 p. m. FOR SALE AND TO RENT.-Scveralod farms, farmlng lands and city property, mproved and unimproved, on very c.iAy epms. Franklln L. Parker, U Ann St., Ann Arbor. PIANO TUNING.-A. B. Brown, the well known piano tuner with C. J.Whitney, wlil be in the city soon. Orders left at the Argus office will receive bis attention. O EFRIGEKATOK l'OK SALE.-Good one, At Aiahka, all hard rase, only been used two months. Por sale cheap. Apply to Ohas. H. Major. 43 Third Street. TOKENT.- AtNo. 20 S. State St. A ttat of six rooms. Enquire at 18 S. State St. 28tf TO RENT.- Furnished house heated witb furnace, in good order. Apply to Noah G. Butts, Koom 18, Masonic Block. TO UEXT.- Whole or part of house corner of Jeffereon and División Sts., suitable for roomers and boarders. A. M. Clark, 47 División St. WANTED.- Ag-ents to sell the tastest selling Novelty on the market. Send25 cents for sample. Jig-Jasr Puzzle Co., Ann Arbor. 5o-tf YVANTED.- A second-hand spriug wagon. "" Woiüdlike toexchansesecond-hand lumber wagon t'or it. Leonard Bassett, 28 Thompson St. 26-2H Summer MILLINERY OPENING Beginniug MAT 17. Continaing all Week. 250 bats already trlmmed ai'cordini? to the [atesi styles. EverythinK in the Hue of millinery that one could wish for. Five ladies, i nol ui) i nu a Brst class trimmer, are always ready ti puy the best aitcution to orders. Ladies attend the openiiifr and buy your hats beïore .iroin to the World's Fair. HVTKS. . OTTO, 'Washington and Fonrth Ave mvm w si." Is the title of the new 768 page work prepared l)y ,T. Alexander Koones, LL. U., rnemberot' the New York Bar. It enabies evory man and woman to bc their OW lawyer. It teaohes wliat are your ri.'lits and how to niaintain tlu'in. When to begin a lawsuitand when to shun one. Hcontains the useful Information every business man needs in every State in the Union. It contains business f'orms of Overy varlety useiul totht' luwyer as well as to all wlio have legal business to transact. Inclose two dollars for a CGpy, or iü( ! se two-ceut postage stamii for a tabie oí atentsand terms to asents. Address. BE.N'J. W. HITi'HCOOE, Pnblishev, 385 Slxth Avenue, New Voik. Ira K mt Ö 20.000 ACRES oí firsl Kil SJH II '"" cIass MICHIGAN farm W Sim% I I lands near railroads, in Alcona, M m Alpena and Montmorency counties; soil, rich clay and gravel loams; ■ hardwood timber; well watered by springs and living streams; near churches, schools and livelytowns. Price, $3 to f 5 per acre. Easy terms. Perfect titles. T. S. SPRAGUE, 81 8 Hammond Bld'g, Detroit, Mlch TRUCK" ÍST0RÁ8E C. E. GODPREY. Residence and Office, 46 Fourth Ave,, North Telephone 82. WANTED. Qbick, activo man at once. Musí speaJt Gciman and furnish references. $18 PER WEEK. The Chicago PuMieation and Lithograph Co. 194 Madison SL, CHICAGO ILL. We have received our Large Stock of New Spring designs. Prices Greatly Kecluced. Best Papers at 5 to 6 Cts. a Roll. Heavy Whites at 7 to 8 Cts. a Roll. Fine Gilt Papers at 8 and 10 a Roli. Embossed Paper at 12 to 15 Cts. a Roll. Best Stock in llie city lo select from Good Window Shades, all complete, on spring Rollers, at 2jc each. Particular attention given to Paper Hanging and Decorating. Wahr's Bookstore Opp. Court House, Main Street. Ann Arbor.


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