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Day
6
Month
March
Year
1874
Copyright
Public Domain
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■ I ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTED 2000 SEW SUBSCRIBERS WANTED. More Merchante and Business men, who knowing their own interesta will advertUe in the Akous. GET YOUR BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER-HEADS, STATEMENTS, At the Argus Office. GET YOUR BALL CARD8, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, At the Agrus Office. GET YOI3R LAW BLANK8, LAW BBIEP8, LAW EEC0RD8, PROGRAMMES, AT THE ARGUS OFFICE. New Type, Best Presses, Good Workmen, AND REASONABLE PRICES ! %W A WOED TO THE WISE. SECOND STOCK! i _ O F - FALL Si WITER GOODS I Xow being received by BACH & ABEL HAVING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THE ÖREAT DEPEESSION EXISTING IN THE EASÏEEN MAEKETS BY MAKING LAEGE CASH PUKCHASES. WE AEE NOW ENABLED TO OFFEE OUE LAEGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF DEY GOODS AT GEEATLY EEDUCED PEICES. 3 BUYEES WILLCONSULT THEIR INTEEESTS AND EXAMINE OUE STOCK BEFORE MAKING PUECHASES. BACH & ABEL. lTB0W TOJO WIT." This is un inquiry which everjr one shouid havo truthf ully answered bef ore he starts on his journey, and a little care taken in examination of routes will in many cases aave much trouble, time and money. The Chicago, Burlington & (luinoy Railroad has achieved a aplendid reputation in the last three years as the leading Passenger Route to the WeBt. Starting at Chicago or Feoria, it runs direct through Southern lowa and Nebrnska, with close conncctions to California and the Territorios. It is also the short line and best line to Quincy, Missouri, and points in Kansas and New Mexico. Fassengera on their way westward connot do better than to take this route. This line has published a pamphlet entitled ■' How to oo West," which contains much valuable information ; a large, correct map of the Great West, which oan be obtained f ree of charge by addressing the General Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Itailroad, Chicago, 111. 1461yl 3ST. B. COLE Has purchased the interest of his partner, W. Treinain, in the GROCERY BUSINESS ! An d will ". Play Lone Hand," furnishing the Best doods ! at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. Remembeilthe place- 30 East Huron Street. tar Mr. Cole aasumea all the liabilities of the late flrm, and all balancea due the flrm must be paid to him. H60tf "OOE SALE OE EXCHANGE ! The undersigned offers kis Farm of 42 acres, one mile from the State University, in the Township of Ann Arbor, for sale. It has on it aconvenienthouse, two barnn, a Une uppie orchard ; besides a variety of small fruits. Also the undivided half of 237 acies uear Grand Rapids. Cityproperty in Grand Rapids, DetrQit, or Ann Arbor taken in part payment. February 12, 1874. 1466m3 JOHN M. CHASE. HURRY UP ! PARTIKS wlshing Wall Paper, Shadcs Holland, Window Fiitnres, Corda, TasselB, tc, all New Stylei, at Sacisfactorj Prices. by J. K. Webster & Co., Buok Store, uear the Expíese Office. „,, ■ X nn he A.NISr ARBOR TRADING A1SIC1ATIBI Would oall the ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF THE LADIES 1 GENTLEMEN To the fact that they will offor their ENTIRE STOCK OF AND WOOLENS AT A GREAT REDUCTION FROM FORMER PRICES, On and after November 24 th, 1873, FOR 60 DAYS For Cash. CONSUMERS Will find this the GREATEST OPPOBTUNITY Ever Known ! To iaako their ChristiyiaS PURCHASES FOR CASH. COME AND SEE PRICES ! U. W. HAYS, Supt. Aun ArboT, Noy. 34, 1873.

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