of the campaign is fired this raorning. It will be fol - lowed by a general cannonading all along the line. You see the Argus has plenty of ammunition, having just made a contract which will enable it to put Harper's Great Pictorial History of the Civil War into the homes of Washtenaw county at an unparralleled low price, which brings it within the reach of all. It is published complete in twenty-six parts, onë part a week at the price of ten cents a part. This is without doubt the greatest history of the civil war and has always hitherto been sold at from $i6 to $30. It contains over a thousand illustrations that appeared in Harper's Weekly during the war. The pages are the same size as Harper's Weekly. It is well printed with good type and good paper in large doublé parts for ten cents for eac i doublo part. It can be secured only by cutting out one coupon from the Argus and bringing it with 10 cents to this office. Every twentieth subscriber, old or new, who pay a year's subscription, $1.00, in advance, during the next two weeks, will, without any coupons, receive the complete set, worth $2.60, as a free gift from the Argus. Every old subscriber, who pays in advance hefore June 20, will receive part N. 1 free and run his chance of get: ig the whole history free if he is 1 : ty enough to be the twentieth man. Every new subscriber during the week ending June 20, will receive part No. 1 free. . The advertisement on another page telis something of the great history.