WAMTED, FOR SALE, ETC. CASH l'AID Hardwoud Saw I.oirs. Aiidried Hardwood Luniber on hand. A. Bllas' Saw Mili. 8m L'OR SALE.- Briek house at corner of South ■ University and Forest Aves. Inquire at the house. 3t FOR SALE- At 74 East Washington St. Two folding beds wlth mattresses, one pair pillows, one oommode wlth mirror, one. long sofa one rocker, hall and banquet lamp-. FOR SALE- Pive acres on West Huron street. Goood house, barn, orchard. Beautiful location. Will sell on easy terms. Apply to or address E. D. Davis, West Huron street, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ttf FOE SALE.- No. 3 Willard street, second door frora corner, flrst block from campus, faces south. Price present rent capitalïzed at 10 per cent. Address, Miss Flora Oakley, or cali at'ter 4:30 p. m. FOR SALE AND TO RÈÜïT.-Several good farms, farmlng lands and city property, improved and uaimproved, on very easy terms. Frankllü L. Parker, 24 Ann St., Ann Arbor. PIANO TUN1NG.-A. D. Brown, the well known piano tuner with C. J. Whituey, will be in the city soon. Orders left at the ARGUS office will receive his attention. T O RENT.- At No. 20 S. State St. A Hat of six rooms. Enquire at IS S. State St. 28tf TO RENT.- lurnished house heated witb f urnace, in good order. Apply to Noah G . Butts, Room 18, Masonie Block. WANTED.- By a student. Employment " from two to four hours daily at bookkeeping, waiting on table, or other work. Jnquire at No. 24 N. State St, 1ÊRAND OPERA HOUSEl ONE NIGHT OMY, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1894. OXE OF AMEBICA'S GREATEST LIVING COMEDIAN?, SOL. SIÍTfí BÍÍSSEL ■VITH HIS FULL COMPANY OF PLAYEHS WILL APPEAR IN II1S LATBST BtCCESS, ''APRIL WEATHER" NATURAL, PATHETIC, ARTISTIC. I'KICES: - Reserved seats, $1.00; adinission, Parquette and 6ret row Pa rquette Circle, 1.00; Parquette Circle back offirstrow, 75c; Gallery, 5uc. , Heserved seats on .sale at Watts' Jewelry Store. SBMI-WEEKLY ARGUS. ... $1.00 a year In Advance.