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Day
12
Month
March
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Grand Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY. TflLfRSPAV, MaII. 18 The well-known actress The World Against 1 ICI with a Star Cast. Eighth season of ajreat success. A human heart throb. Many elegant specialties. Secure Yonr Seats Eaily, Regular Priees, 35c, 50c, 75e Reserved seats and tickets at U. S. Express office. Sealed Proposals. Tho undersigned committee of Gèrmanla Lodgc, No. -170, D. O. H., have been authorized to receivo sealed proposals for the building of a hall on the northeast corner of Second and Wiiliarn sts.. in the tiecond VVard of the city of Ann Arbor. The committec reserve the right to reiect I any and all bids. Each and every proposal must be aerornpanled by a certitíed check to the amount of $300.00. All proposals win be opened on Maren lo, 1897, and are to be addressed tv the secretary of said building committee. The plans and specitications forsaid building, are opon í'or inspection at the stoi-e of Mr, Wm. Herz, No. 4 W. Washington st., Ann Arbor, Mich. By Order of the Committee. EÜGENE OESTERLIN. Secretary. WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. FOK SALE OH EXCHANGE-Three farms, one close to Ann Arbor, 8Í acres, first clase building-s, anotlier in Lima, 100 acres well timbered and good buildings, and the third in Lodi, 40 acres, good ampie buildings. Cali on or address Wm. Osius, Box 1?51 Ann Arbor, Mich. FOR SALE- Farm, also fine span of heavy work horses, several colts, $3U per head. Apply at the farm of the late James C. Allen on Whitmore Lake road. 10-12 FOR SALE CHEAP- 2ÍJ sows with pi)?s coming in from the middle of Marclr to the örst of May, also 20 horses, including two Perdieron Stallions, weigbing 1,400 and 1.600 pounds respectively, onc half mile south of Dexter. D. E. HOEY. 10-12 SCOTCH COLLIES FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Pups. Inqvrire of Henry Meuth, 24 Detroit St. 10- tf pOtt RENT-Farm, 132 Acres, four miles ■- trom Ann Arbor. lnquire at 34 N. State Street. ju-ia

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Ann Arbor Argus
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