Dry Goods AT THE A-ITST ARBOR TRADING We have JUST RECEIVED A Big Stock of DRY GOODS! We cali SPECIAL ATT ENTION TO- FINE DRESS GOODS Which will be sold CIIKAI FOK CASH. CALL Al SEE TM. We are now 'RBPABKD TO BXHIBIT ii To our Patrons our PRING ASSORTMENT ' T OF CH9ICE ANO Elegant Designs v ÍARPETINGS, I OIL CLOTHS, L ya Ai SG. &C. ( fSÊAP FOR CASH! 2 lIhi Arbor, April 22, 1874. _ (j. w. Hits, stopt. L , Cuii HE BEST ACOOMMODATIONS __ In the city for J ItSKS TO HAY AND GRAIN Is at the Monitor Stables. orn J. V. N. GKEGHY, n W. A. LO VEJO Y, TOBACCONIST I Deals in both FINE CUT AND SMOKING TOBACCO, SimfF, l?ipes, fcc, AT SO. 7 EAST IIUROX STREET, NText to the Express Office, .11(11111!, TIMII. 1345tf Atc'.:ison,Topeka and Santa Fe THREE MILLÏÖN ACRES LIBERAL TERMS TO IMPROYERS. 11 YEAR8 CREDIT, 7PEE CENT, INT. No Part of the Principal payable for Fout ÏTeara, FINE ORAIN-QliO WIJVG REGIOS. Trncts of one and two thouaand aerea nvailnble tur Neighborhuod Colonies, or tor Öfeock Furnia. Excellent Climate, with Pure Flowing "Water. "I would say, that in the cour se of man y yoft, " and thiough extensi ve travel, I have notsten amoie " luviting country, nor one which olfers greater in"ducements, with fewer obfeolions to ettlement, " than these lands of the A.'T. & S. F. R. li.'1- Extract Report of Ifenry Slewart, Agnculhtrai Editor American Agricultura! st. For full particulars inquire of A. B. TOUZAI.IN, Land Commissioner, Topeka, Ka-a E. B. Pond, Local Agent, Ann Arbor, Mich. SOMETHING NEW! No Commissions- -AU Fiea ! I haveopened A REGISTER at ni i!i-,, i:i R. V. Bbua '" f'u.'s Drugatoxb, tor the accommodation "í' tlui public, where those who have stro-, hoiues, lots, fanns, cattle, horses, buggies, or any otlier propeny, for sale or to rent, muy regislexvthe -ame for convenienue of those who may vuh to purehase or rent. &v There will he no charge to either seller or purchaser, provided when a sale or rentare la effected by the owner, he will at once cali and cancel the same on the Register. 1471 A. DeFOREST. "POE SALE ! 70 Acres, on WashteDaw Ave., 1' , miles from the Post Office. Ten Acres Wood Land- Tlie rest in Iliarh State of Cultivntiun. Will be sold in lots of ten ocrea or more, as Luyera niay desue. Uiie lot of ten ucres bas on it A House, Barn and Well of (jood Water. Ti:iins EASV. For further pnitienltirö inqnire of J. FESDOK, 1474ml 68 State Street, Ann Arboi. pokIïaleT" One Good Span of FAl'.M HORSES, Cue Luiii er Wagon, One Set ot Doublé Harness, and viiouB Farminsr utensila. Inquiie at the Lumber ard of J. l'HUDU.V A KON. Ann Arbor, April 16, 1874. 14;4w2 PObT SALE! 6,000 Apple Trees Fit for Setting-. Inquire of Arthur Berry at nurwery on Miller Avenue, or of the aubscriber, third story uvor íiintia Bank. Ann Arbor, April , 1874. ■ JAMEti I?. GOTT. ï IVE GEESE FEATHüRfc; C:,Mti]tly .ui ii:uk) andforsaleby BACEfr A BAL. ÏTÖOM TO STORE ' 1OO CUTTERS or more, at the Monitor building. Rfttee reasonable. 14ÖSU J. V. N. ÜRÜQORT.