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3 School Teachers Wanted in each county for tho Spring and Stimmer. $1 50 per inonlli. 8end for circular giving full purüculars. ZIKGLER & McCURDT, Chicago. ZO. WILD LIFE i ■únvKsí! AOTC1VTS WANTED overywhere for this new and beautifully illustrated Book of the Author's tliirty years' Life and Adventuren among the Indiana, in the Mexican "Waru, hunting wild animáis, &e. Thrillingly infercxting, and selling faater thtin anything ever before known. Send for üluntratM circular and terms. F. A. HUTCHTNSUN & CO., Chicago, 111. 1474 I BUY J. & P. COÁTS' BLACK I I THREAB for yoar MACHINE. FLOWERS C. I.. AISLEN ofi'crs his surplus atock of CHOICE MIXED GLADIOLAS at wholesale for $3 per WO, $20 per 1,000. Sent by expresa upon receipt of price. t-ïend for catalogue, addrens C. 1,. ALLK, (Ineens, !M . V . fêabaoapuoündaiiiorawnGnnih ! ffl F LOKEN C E fflfr ; . LJ ThF. LONO-CONiKSTEl) rftUT OF JHE H FLORENCE SEWINO MMJHLNE CO. f against the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, L o and Grover & lïaker Companies, involving over (f U SS5O.OOO, f n Is flnally deo.ided by the Supreme Court f' ö of the United (States in favor oí the Flokem k, K O whioh alone has Broken the Monopoly f of Hioh Pricek, THE NEW FLORENCE f, H Ts the ONLY mnchine that sews backwnrd Y, IJ and forward, or to right and lelt. % ÏA Simplest- Cheapest - Best. Y, fl StiLD fob Cash Ohly. Special Terms to H CLUBS and IIIAIIIIS. f M April, 184. Florence, Masa. Vii pSTCHOMANCY, OB 8OUL CHAKMINÖ " A How either sex may fuscinate and pain the love and uffections of any persontht'y choose,instantly. This simple mental acquiremeut all can possess, free, by mail, for '25 cents; together with a Marruitre Cluide, Egyptain Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies. A qaeer book. 100,000 sold. Address T. W1LLIAM & CO., Publishere. Phihtdelphia. % f% ' "JT "tt Haters cured permanently I cheap, quick, without sufWT B I tering. The only true an1 tidoto. 8. G. Akihstkono, U Ji Cl JLVJL M. 1)., Berrien, Michigan. ifafc EXTERMINATOE 3 T AM INSECT l'OWIH.K. For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed-Bugs, Moths, &c J. F. HENKY, CUEEAN & CO., N. Y. Sole Agent. T-pSIRABLE EEAL ESTÁTE KOK S J X-. E I The subsenber, on account of iil health offera his 33 ACRKS In the corporation for sale. This ground adjoins the Universitj Obaervatory on the east, opposite sirle of the street. It has a most excellent SPRING! On the northeast corner - formerly eupplied the Railroad tanks with water. ITS ADVANTAGES Are as follows : For city purposes the Huroñ River meanders the same some 30 to 40 rods, and is part of the best Water Power On the River in this vicinity, and the elevation on the northeast corner is sufficiently high and ampie to sup ply the city necessities for water and fire purposes THE WESTERN PORTION On the road8 very appropriate and suitable for a Public City Cemetery. The city has no suoh grounds now but must have soon, and whatever grounds the city does not care to use, can be sold at an advantage, so much so, that the cost of the "Water Works grounds and Cemetery, would be merely nominal. If the city does not want the same, tïie grounds would be invaluable for FRTJ1TS, LARGE & SMALL, There being some loo trees now in bearing Vegetables and Pasturage, And also for MILKsupply,BLOOOED STOCK, Horses, Slirep, And other animáis always in great want by many in the city and its viciuity. As city lots adjoiningthe northwest oorner of this land are now selling from three hundred to three hundred and flfty dollars, these lands would or could be sold in a short time to a good advantage and to much profit to the purchasers LIBEEAL TIME Will be given or the samewill be exchanged for Merchantable goods or Drugs and Medicines, at cash prices. TRACY W. ROOT. AnnArbor.Jan 31 1873. 1411 Briggs House, Randolph St. and Fifth Ave. CHICAGO. This well-known Hotel, rebuilt upon the oíd site, has all the modern conveniences - Passenger Elevator, Bnth Rooms, Hot and Cold Water in each Room, EleRantly Furnished, and located in the business centre of the c] ty. TERMS: $3.00 Per Day. RICKCORDS i HUNTOON, - Rtaprietöra. ïpUTÖÜE MONEY WIIEKE IT WILL DO THE MOST C31-OO1DA. A. TERRY II AS A FULL STOCK OF HATS AND CAPS IN THE LATEST STYLES. QUALITY AND PRICES TO D E F Y COMPE T1TJO ALSO, A FULL LINE OF GENTS' FÜRNISHING GOODS $W Cali before purchasiuff. 15 South Main ütreet. _= JPOII SALË ÓKËXCHANGE! The undersigned offers his Farm of 42 acres, one mile from the State University, in the Township of A.nn Arbor, for sale. It has on it aconvenient house, wo barus, a flne apple olchard ; besides a variety of mail fruits. Also the uudivided half of 237 actes aear (irand Kapids. City property in Orand Rápida, Detroit, or Ann Arbor taken in part payment. February (2, (87J. 14inii JOHN M, CHASE. APPLETON'S American Cjclipflia. New Revised Edlt'lón. Kntirely rewritten by the ablcst writers on every subject. Printed from new type, nnd illustrated with Several Thousand Engravinge and Mapa. The workoriginally publiahed onder the title of The New American Jyclop;ita was eompleted m lrti3, eince which time the wide otnumtion which it has attaiiied in all parta of the Uulted 8tates, and the signaldevelopmonts which have taken place in every branch ot' scieuce, litera ture, and art, have induced the oditors and publiehers to submit it to an exact audthorough reviwion, and to is&ue a uew edition eutitled The Amebican Cyolop-kdia. Within the last ten years the progresa of discovery in every depaitmeut of knowledge has made a new work of refere nee an imperative want. The movement of political aífaira has kept pace with the discoveries of science, aod their trui tf ut application to the industrial nnd useful arts and thft tonvenienee aud retinement of social liie. Great wars aud consequent revolutions have occurred.involving nationalchanges of peculiar moment. The civil war of onr owu country, which was at itn height when the last volume of the old work appeared, haa happily been euded, and a new course of commercial aud industrial tictivity bas been commenced. Large accesaions to our "eographical knowledge have been mude by the iiidefatigable explorers of Aí rica. The great political revolutiona of the last decade, with the natural result of the lapse of time, have brought into public view a xnultitude of new men, whose names ara in every one's mout Ii, jnd of whose li ves every one ia curioua to kiiow the particular. Gieat battlea have been fought aud important sieges maintained, of whioh the details are aa yet preseryed only in the newspapers or in tho tranaient publicationa of the flay, but whioh ongbt now to take their place in permanent and authentlchiatory. in preparing the present edition for the preps, it has iKieordniiíly been Ihe aira of the editora to bring down the informatiou to the latestpossible daten, and to furuiühan accurate account ot the mostrecent discoveriea in science, of ever} fresh production in literature, and of the newest inventions in the practical arts, as well as to give a succinot and original record of the progreas oí political and historical events. The work haa been begun after long and careful prehminury labor, and with the mout ampie resources tor carrying it on to a suceessful termiuntion . None of the original stereotype plates have been used, but every page has been printed on new tjpe, forming in fact a new Cyclopatdia, with the same plan aud compasa as its predecessor, but with a far greater pecuniary expenditure, and with such improvementB in ttn composition as have been suggested by longer experience and enlarged knowledce. The ïllustrations which are introduced fortheflrst time in the present edition have been added not for the sake of pictorial effect, but to give greater lucidity and force to the explanations in the text. They embraeeall branches oí science and natural history, and depict the most famous and remarkable features of acenery, architecture, and art, as well as the varioua proceases of meohanics and manufactures. Although intended for inatruction rather than embellishment, no pains have been spared to insure their artistic excellence ; the coat of their execution ia enormous, and it ia believed they will flnd a welcome reception as an admirable feature of the Cyclopcedia, and worthy of its high charaoter. This work is sold to 8ubscribera only, payable on delivery of each volume. It will be completed in sixteen large octavo volumes, each containing about 800 pages, fully illustrated with severa! thousand Wood Engravingai and with numeroubColoredLithographic Mapa. Price and Style of Binding. In extra Cloth, per vol. $5 00 In Library Leather, per vol. 6 00 In Half Turkey Morocco, per vol. 7 00 In Half Russia, extra gilt, per vol 8 06 In Full Morocco, antique, gilt edges, per vol. 10 00 In Full RuBsia, per vol. 10 00 Four volumes now ready. Succeeding volumes, until completion, will be issued once in two months. Vpecimen pages of the Amebican Ctclopxdiá, showing type, ïllustrations, etc, will be sent gratia, on application. First-Class Canvassing Agknts "Wawted. AddreBs the PubliBhers, . APPLfiTOIV A CO., 549 & 551 Broadway, ff, V. rpHE MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF DETROIT. J. 3. FARRAND, - - - President. "W. A. MOORE, - - - Vice President JOHN" T. LIGüETT, - ' - Secretary. T,. M. THAYER, - Oen'l Agent. Assets January lst, 1874 $500,335.41. The people of Michigan can no longer afford to pay tribute to Eastern Statea by placing their Life Insurance with Eastern Companies, who by their charters are compelled to loan their money in their own States, thus becoming a heavy drain on the resources of the State, when we have 80 reliable and well managed Life Company as the MICHIGAN MUTUAL. In 1873 the buBiness of the Company was increased lort} -eiirlit and one-half per cent. of the total amount doue the previoua flve years This shows the MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE has the Oonfidence of the People. The loases during the year 1873 were only PIPTYFIVE per cent of the amcunt the mortality tables cali for, ehowiog grtat care in the selection of its risks. During the year 1873 there was a macerial reduction in the ratio of expenses Bhowing CABEFUL MANAGEMENT. The Michigan Mutual issues all the most desiraWe forms of Life and endowment Policies. Dividends Declared and Paid at the end of the First Policy Year and each year thereafter. All Policies non-forfeiting after one Annual Premium has been paid. All Endowment Policies are convertible into CaBD at the end of auy year after the iirst. Kciiable indemnity at lowest Canil rates eau be procureil of the Iflichigan mutual liife. GEO. L. FOOTE, Dia't Agent, Ypsilanti J. Q. A. Sessionr, Agent, Ann Arbor. Geo. E. Foote, Agent at Dexter. HAMBERS' ENCYCLOPEDIA. A niCTIONAEY OF Universal Knowledge for the People. REVISED EDITION. WITH Maps, I'lates, and Engravings. Complete iu 10 Vols. of 832 pages each. llustraied with about Four Thousand Engravings and Ji'erty Mapsy together with a iSeries qf from, Èigidy lo On?, Inttdred Elegantly Engruved Platen - illustrative of the Subject s of Natural History - now for Uu fikst time appearing in the work. P1UCE PER VOLUME. 3xtra Cloth, beveled bofirds, - - 5 50 jibrary Sneep, marbled edges, - - 6 00 liilf Turkey Morocco, - 6 50 Chis Edition is Sold only by Agents. Fublished by J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., Pbilaelpbia, Pa. RYLVANUS WARREN, 189 Woodward Avenn, Detroit, General Agent for the State of Michigan. By comparing Chambers' Encynlopisdia with the 'ew American Cycloptedia,- the worV with which it a most frequently brought into oomparison, it will e f nund that while the ten volumes of ühambers' ontain 8320 pag-es, the original sixtten volumes of the ew American, contain leas than 12,000 pages. It ill also be found that a page of Ohambera' oontains ïll one-fifth more matter than a page of the New imerienñ, maling the ten volumes of the former luivalent in amount of printed matter to at least lirteen volumes of the latter, not to mention the umerouB Platea (about 8ö), Woodcuts (ome 4.000), nd Tilups {about 40), that are inuluded in thli odit-um ' Chambers', and to which the New American posesses no corresponding features. It is conñdently elieved that as a popular " Dictionaby of Univerai- Knowledoe," the work is without an equal in be English language. H26yl TTHEBËST A0COMMODATIONS In the city for 3OARDING HORSES I at the Monitor Stablei. J. V. N. OKEGOEY. I ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTEI) 2000 JïEW SUISSCHIBERS WANTED. More Merohants and Businesa men, who knowing their own interests will advertiee in the Argus. GET YOUE BILL-HEADS, CIECULABS, LETTEE-HEADS, STATEMENTS, At "the Argus Oífice. GET YOUE BALL CAEDS, BUSINESS CAEDS, VÏSITING CAEDS, WEDDING CAEDS, At the Argus Office. 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