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3 School Teachers Wanted in each oounty for the Spring and Slimmer. 1 ÖO per moiltli. Send for circular givmg (uil particular. ZIKOLER & McCURDY, Chicago. 111. WILD LBFE FAKWEST! AWENTS WANTED everywhere for this new and beautifully illustrated Book of the Author's Iliirty years' Life and Adventures amonj the Indiana, in the Mexican Wars, huntinp wild animiils, &o. Thrillingly inltrttting, and Belling faster than anything ever before known. Bend for illustrated circular and term. Y. A. HUTOHINSON & CO., Chicago, BL 1474 BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK THREAD lor pur MACHINE. FLOWERS C. Ij. AIXEUT offers hi surplus stock of CHOICE MIXED GLADIOLAS at Wholesale for $8 per 100, $30 per 1,000. Sent by expresa upoa receipt of price. Send for catalogue, addresa C. L. AL,l.KBf, lijceii, V. ü The Long-Coniested öüit of thb J U FLORENCE SEWINU MACHINE g against the Singer, Wheoler & Wilson, fij and Grover & Bakt-r Oompanies, involving over y $350,000, O fj) Ia finally decided by the öupreme Court n O of the United States in favor of the 1'lorknce, K Q which alone has Broken the Monopoly ff of Hioh 1'bices, THE NEWTlOBEJTCE Q M la the ONLY machine that sëws backwavd Kv U and forward, or to riht and left. )U Simpleat - Cheapeat - Beat. W m Sold roa Cash Only. Speoial Terms to y CLl'BS and DEALERS. IS M April, 1874 Florence, Mass. 4 i ■filYCHOMANCT, 011 SOUL CHABMING " How either sex may faacinatti and t;ain the love and affections of any personthey chooae, iristantly. This simple mental acquirement all can poasess, free, by mail, for 25 cents; together with a Marriage Guide, Egyptain Oracle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies. A queer book. 10ü,00ü sold. Addrüaa T. W1LLIAM S 00., Publishers. Philadelphia. [% rt "Ij" TT kflf Eatera cured permanenlly I cheap, quick, without uf■ feringr. The only true an■ tidote. S. O. Abmstrono, U X JL %J Af JL M. D., Berrien, Michigan. ÊÈüifa EXTERMINATOR g -5 AND INSECT FOWDER. For Rats, Mice, Uoaches, Ants, Bcd-Bugs, Moths, &c J. F. HENRY, CUEKAN & CO., N. Y. Sole Agent. 1JËSIRABLE EEAL E STATE" ron - S .A. L E I The subaenber, on account of ill hcalth offers lus 33 ACRES In the corporation for sale. This gTOund adjoins the Universit j Observatory on the east, opposite aide of the atreet. It has a most excellent SPRING ! On the northeast corner - formerly supplied tho Railroad tanks with water. ITS ADVAIMTAGES Are as f ollows : For city purposea the Huron River meanders the same tjome 30 to 40 roda, and is part of the best "Water 3?ower On the River in this vicinity, and the elevation on the northeiist corner is suöiciently high and ampie to sup ply the uity necessitiea for water and tíre purposes THE WESTERN PORTION On the road is very appropríate and suitable for a Public City Cemetery . The city has no auch groundt now but must have soon, and whatever grounds the city doea not care to use, can be sold at an advantage, so much so.that the coat of the Water Works grounde and Cemetery, would be merely nominal. If the citj does not want the same, Ihe grounds would be invaluable for FRU1TS, LARGE & SMALL, There being aome 100 trees now in beai-ing Vegetables and Pasturage, And also for MILKsupply,BLOODEDSTOCKj Horsesj Stieep, And other animáis always in great want by many in the city and its viciuity. As city lots adjoining the northwest corner of this land are now selling trom three hundred to three hundred and öfty dollars, these lands would or could be sold in a short time to a good advantage and to much proüt to the purchasers LIBERAL TIME Will be given or the eame will be exchanged for Mer chantable goods or Drugs and Medicines, at cash TRACY W. ROOT. AnnArbor,Jan 31 18T3. 1411 Briggs House, Randolph St. and Fifth Ave. CHICAGO. This well-known Hotel, rebuilt upon the oíd site, has all the modern conveniences - Passenger Elcvator, R;ith Rooms, Hot and Cold Water in each Room, Elegafltly Furnished, and located in the business centre pf the erty. TERMS: $3.00 Per Day. RICKCORDS &. HUNTOON, Proprietors. UUT Y0UE M0NEY WHEEEIT WILL DO THE omcost? aooDA. A. TERRY HAS A FULL STOCK OF HATS AND CAPS IN THE LATEST STYLES. QUALITY AND PBÏOES T O D E F Y COMI'E T IT1O ALSO, A FULL LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS J3gT" Cali before purchasiug. 15 South Main Street. jLl icURE YOURSBLF A HOME. Valuable City Lots for salo Cheap, and long time given for pymont tf dekirod. 1475mi C. H. MILLE. A. PPLET O 3STS American Cyclopaedia. New Kcrlscd Edltlon. Entirely rewrítten fey the ablest writen on every subject. PriDted from new type, and üluittrated wlth Sevcral Thousand Engraviztge and Mapa. The work originally publiahed under the title of Thk New American Cyci.oikdia ■víhh complet ed in lh(.3, tince which time tbe wide eirculatiou wbich it has attaiiied in all parta oí the United 8tats, and the ■ignol developments which have taken place in every branch of science, literature, and nrt, have induced the editor and publishers to submit it to an exact audthorough revisión, and to iwbue a now edition eiititled The Amhbican Cycloijsdia. Within the last ten years the progresa of discovery in evory depaitment of kuowleage lias made a now work oí' reíerence an imperativo want. The moveinent of poïitical affairs ha kept pace with the discoveries of ucience, and their fruit f ui hpplication to the industrial and useful arts and the convenience and reflnetnent of social life. (Jr.-ut wars aud consequent revolutiona have occurrud.involvin; national ch auges oí peculiar moment. Tho civil war of our own country, which waaat it height wtiun the last volume of the old wotk appeared, hiut happily been endtd, and a new course of commercia] tod industrial activity haa been commenced. Large accosmoun to our geographical knowledge huve been mudo by the inaofatigable explore of A frica . The great political revolutions of the lait decade, with tho natural reaalt of the lapse of time, huve brought into public view a multitude of new men, whnse names ure in every one's ruouth, and of whose lives every one íh curious to knuw the particulars. (.ii vul battles have been fnught and important aiegei maintained, of which the details are as yet preserved only in the newspapers or in the traneient publicatioiiH of the da y , but which ought now to take thüir place in permanent and authentichistory. In preparing; the present edition for the presa, it haa accordiiiitly been the aim of the edit rs to bring down the information to the latest ponsi ble dates, and to fu-nishau accurate account ot the moatrecent discoveries in aeience, of ever fresh produotion in literature, and of the newest inventions in the practical art, as well aa to give a succiuct and original record of the progresa oí political and hiatorical eventa. The work bas been begun after long and carefu! pruliminnry labor, and with the most ampie resources tor carrying it on to a successful termination. None of the original stereotype platea have been used, but every page has been printed on new tjpe formingiu fact a new Cyclopeedia, with the same plan and compasa as its predecensor, but with a far greaterptócuuiary expenditure, and with such improvementsin its composition as have been suggcatet by longer expeiieuce ana enlarged knowledce. The illustrationa which are introduced lor the firs' time in the present edition have been added not foi the sake of pictorial eifect, but to give greater lucidi ty and force to the explanations in the text. They erabraoe all brunches o i science and natural hïatory and depict tbe moHt famoua and remarkable feature of ecenery, architecture, and art, aawell as the vari ous procesaea of mechanica and manufactures. Al though intended for instruction rather than embel lisliment, no naiim have been spared to intiure theii artistic excellence ; the coat of their executinn ii enormoua, and it ia believed thtiy will flnd a weleom reception as an admirable feature of the Cyclopcedia and worthy of its high character. This work is sold to Subscribers only,payable on delivery of each volume. It will be completed in aix teen large octavo volumes, each containing about 8W pages, fully illuatrated with eeveral thounand Woo Engravings, and with numerouscoloredLithographi Maps. Piice and Style of Binding. In extra Cloth, per vol. 5 Oí In Library Leather, per vol. fi 0 In Half Turkey Morocco, per vol. 7 Of In Half Kussia, extra gilt, per vol. 8 0 In Full Morocco, antique, gilt edges, per vol. 10 (X In Full Rusaia, per vol. 10 W Four volumes now ready. Succeeding volumet until completion, will be issued once iu two monthi. V8pecimen pagea of the AMKnicAïf Ctclopjïdia sliowing type, illuatratious, etc, will be sent gratis on application. ■ Fib8t-Cla88 Canvassing Agentb Wakted. Addresa the Publiehera, D. Ai'Piirnn a en., 549 A; 551 Broadway, iV. V. 'TíHE MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF DETROIT. J. S. FARRAND, - - - President W. A. MOORE, - - - Vice President JOHN T. LIÖOETT, - - Becretary L. M. THAYEK, - Gen'l Agent Asscts Jaunary Ist 1874 $500,335.41. The people of Michigan can no longer afford to pay tribute to Eastern States by placing their Life Insurance with Eastern Companies, who by theii chartera are compelled to loan their money in theii own States, thus becominf? a heavy drain on the resources of the State, when we have so reliablc and well managed Life Company as the MICHIGAN MUTUAL. In 1873 the business of the Oompany waa increasec l'oi I -iílit and one-balf per cent. of the total amount done the previous flve yeara Thia shows the MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE has the Confidence of the People. The lossea during the year 1873 were only PIFTYFIVE per cetit of the amcunt the mortality tablea cali for, showing great care in the selection of itf risks. Duriuf? the year 1873 there was a maceriai reduction in the ratio of expenses showing CAPEFUL MANAGEMENT. The Michigan Mutual issues all the most desirable forms of Life and endowment Policies. Dividends Declared and Paid at (be end of the First Polk? Year and earb year tbereafter. All Policios nQii-forfeiting after one Annual Premium has been paid. All Endowment Policies nre convertible into Cash at tlie end of uny year alter the flrat. Reliabte indcinnity at lowcsl Cash rutes can be procured of tbe Tlitliijn Mutual Iifc. GEO. L. FOOTE, Dis't Agent, Ypsilanti. J. (i. A. Sessions, Agent, Ann Arbor. Geo. E. Füote, Agent at Dexter. riHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPiEDIA. A DICTIONARY OF Universal Knowledge for the People. . REVISfíD KDITION. WITH Maps, Plates, and Eogravings. Complete in 10 Vols. of 832 puurrs each. lllustrated wüh about Four Thousand Engraoingt and Forty Mapêt toyeihtr wüh a Series rf from Èighty to One Jfnudred Engraved Plates - Ulastrative of the Subjfcts of Natural History - now for the FIRST TIME appearing in the work. PKICE TER VOLUME. Extra Cloth, beveled boards, $5 50 Library Sheep. marbled edges, - 6 00 Half Turkey Morocco, - - 6 50 Tnis Editiox is Sold oxly by Agents. Publiahed by J. B. LIPPINCOTT & COM fhiUdelphia, Pa. 8YLVANUS WARREN, 189 Woodward Avenu, Detroit, General Agent for the State of Michigan. By comparing Chambers' Encyclopredia with the New American Oyclopeedia,- the work with which it ia most frrquently brougbt into comparison, it will bo found tluit while the ten volumes of Chamberí' contain 83 0 pagea, the original siztten volumes of the New Americun contain less than 12,000 page. It will alai be found that a page of Chambers' containa full one-fifth more matter than a page of the New American, makiug the ten volumes of the former equivnlent in amount of printed matter tó at least thirteen volumes of the latter, not to mention the numerous Platea fftbout 80), Woodouta (some 4000), and Mapa {about 40), that are included in thii edition of Chanibers', and to which the New American posaesses no correBponding features. It is oonfldently believed tbat as a populr " Dictiohart of Univerbal Knowledge," tho work is without au equalin the Englieh language. U96yl 'pHË BEST ACC0MM0DATI0N8 In tbe city ior BOARDING HORSES Ia at the Monitor Stablti. J. V. S. GBHQOBY. ARGUS BULLETIN ! WANTED 2000 NEW SÜBSCRIBERS i WANTED. More Merchants aud Business rúen, who knowing their own interests will advertí) in the Argus. 4 , C GET YOUR BILL-HEADS, CIBCULARS, LETTER-HEADS, STATEMENTS At the Argus Office. 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