AtchisoD,Topeka and Santa Fe EAILBOAD. THREE MILLION ACRES L.A.:EnDSLIBERAL TERMS TO IMPROVERS. 11 YEARS CREDÏtT 7PER CBNT. INT. No Part of the Principal payable for Four Years, FINE GRAIN-OROWINO REGIÓN. Tracts of one and two thousand acreR available for Neighborhood Colonies, or tor Stock Farms. Eellent Climate, with Pure Flowing "Water. " I would say, that in the course of many years, " and through extensive travel, I have not seen a more "inviting country, nor one wtaich offers greater in"ducements, with fewer objections to settleinent, " than these lands of the A. T. & S. P. II. K." -A.VIrnct Report nf Henry SUviarl, Agnmdtwil KditOT American Agriculturalist. For iuU partioulaxs LaDdCommiaBioner, Toveka, Kankaü. E. B. Fond, Local Agent, Ann Arbor, Mich. " now tojo wiisr This is an inquiry whieh every one shouid have truthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and a little oare taken in oxamination of routes will in many cases save mueh trouble, time and money. The Chicago, Burlington & üuincy Railroad ha achieved a splendid reputation in the last three years as the leading Passender Route to the West. Starting at Chicago or Peoria, it runs direct through Southern Iowa and Nebraska, with close connections to California and the Torritories. It is also the Bhort line and best line to (luincy, Missouri, andpointain Kansas and New Mexico. Passengers on their way westward conuot do better tlum to take this route. This line has published a pamphlet entitled ' How to ao West," which contains much valuable information ; a large, correct map of the Great West, which oan be obtained free of charge by addressin the General Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Chicago, 111. HClyl RailroaD Accident I Cases aftev caaes of GENTS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' READY-MADE Spring and Summer CLOTHING ! are continually arriving for WAGNER. The eoods were bought for Cash so low that they can and will be solcl at pricea Defying all CompetitioQ, and juat auituble to thoae in need of CLOTHES, and pressed somewhat by hard times. Also those that take pride in wearing First-Class Clothes Will be able to select froni the beit of Foreign aud Duiuestic makes of CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS And have them made at the same place in the la test Style, and Warranted to Fit before they leave, If auything in Furnishing Ooods line they should happen to need, everything in the Gente' Dressing line ean be found at Lqwer Prices than ut any other ClothiDg House at WM. WAGNER. No. 21 South Main St-, Ann Arbor 1468tf NEW SPRING GOODS AT BACH & ABEL'S A Large and well-selected stock at the lowest cash prices. We invite an inspection of our assortment of and would cali especial attention to our brand of BLACK ALPACAS " THE MARIE STUART," Acknowledged to be superior to any other imported. Chaney Brothers, American, and Lyons BLACK SILKS at reduced prices. A LARGE LINE OP Bleached and Brown Cottons ncluding most of the popular branda Bill's, Iionsdalea, Wamsuttas, New Tork Mills, &c. H f A WELL SELECTED STOCK OFj WHITE k Lip GOODS. A full line of the celebrated A. T. Stewart ALEXANDRIA KID GLOVES The best Glove imported. 3 BACH & ABEL. CITY DRUG STORE! SIGKtSTj OF THE GLASS MORTAR! Having been for the past four year with R. W. lillis & Co., I have now purchased the Drug Store of E. B. Oidley No. 12 EAST HURÓN ST (Cook's Hotel BlockJ. I have Cleaned, Iïe-fltted, and Ko-stucked the Store with Pure DRUGS, MEDICINES. A Full line of Artieles, Perfumes, Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Sponges, Vatent Medicines, Dye Htulfa, &c. PAITS & OILS, PURE WINES AND LIQUOES For Medicinal Purposes.1 Agenta for Tieman' Celebrated SURGiCAL INSTRUMENTS. Physi.-iuns' Presoriptions a Speoialty. L. S. LERCH. urna T IVE GEESE FEATHiiRS PIRST QUALITY , Coftntlyonhnhd andforsalebj BACHSf ABEL.