■ I I I M I l I M lr. I.rn'itl, hereby notities his patrons that he has returned from his weotern tour and kas resumed the practioe of his profesión. Office in the Haven Block. Dated, Ann Arbor, March 9, 1874. 'l'lurt y ïcart' Kxperience of 1111 Oíd Will- i Mrs. Winalow'i Sootuingr Syrnp isthe prescription of one of the best Female Phy&icians and Nurses in the United States, and has heen used f or thirty years with never failing safety and success by millio"ns ef mothors and children, from the feeble mfant of one week old to the adult. It correcto acidity of the stomach, relieves wind colic, regulates the bowelf, and gives rest. health and comfort to mother and child. We believe it to be the Best and Surest Remedy in the World in 11 cases of DYSENTERY and DIARRHCEA IN CHILDREN, whetherit alises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions for us.ine will accompany each bottle. None Genuine unless the fac-aimile of CURTÍS & PERKINSiaonthe outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. 14S6vl Centaur Liniuients Have cured more wonderful cases of rheumatism, aches, pains, Bwellings, írost-bites, caked breasts, burns, sculds, salt-rheum, &c, upon the human frame, and strains, spavin, galls, &c, uopn anímala, in one year, than all other pretended remedies have since the world began. Certiflcates of remarkable cures accompany each bottle, and will be sent gratis to any one. There is no pain which these Linimento will not relieve, no swelling they will not subdue or lameness they will not cure. This is strong language, but it is truc. No family or stook-owner can afford to be without Centaur Liniments. "White Wrapper for family use ; the Yellow Wrapper for animáis. Trice, 50 cts. ; large bottles, il.l'O. J. B. Rose & Co. 53 Broadway, New York. Citatoria is more than a substituto for Castor Oil. It is the only safe article in existence which is certain to regúlate the bowela, cure wind-colie and produce natural sleep. It is pleasant to take. No more sleepless mothers or crying babiea. Prioe 35 cts. per bottle. 1481yl i'lii lil r.-n Of ten Look Palé and Siclc From no other cause than having worms in the atomach. BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFIT9 Will destroy Worma without injury to the child, being perfectlv WHITE, and free from all coloring or other injurious ingredients usually uaed in worm preparatiODS. CURTÍS & BROWN, Proprietors, No. 215 Fulton Street, New York. Sold by Druggixts and Chemistx, and deaUrs in Medicines at Twenty-Fivk Cents a Box. 1436yl HOUSEllOLlF1 í I To all pentons suffering -!-. . -T á -p from Rheun atism, NeurAJNAuLA ■rolgi, Cramps in the iQi' n.jja. lima or ?tomachi Biiious 'Colic, Pain in the back, bowels or side, we would AND - say, the Household Pak'acea and Family Lini1MENT isof all others the i remedy you want for n"P A TVI TT "y ternal and esternal use. L J3.IVi.XJj X It has cured the above complaints in thouaands of cases. There is no misT TTO-T-nTTI-Vl rp takeaboutit. Try it. Sold LliNllVlblNl by all Druggista. ■ MARBIED. In the M. E. Churcli, on the evening of the lOth inht., by Kev. W. H. Shier, WlLLIAM Clute and Clara, daughter of E. D. Austin of this city. A Chance for Bargains ! For sale at a great bargain, ICO ACRES OF CHOICE LAND, lying 2 í miles from the city of Ionia. 100 acres under improvement, with good orchard, barn and shed, and a comfortable house. Terms of payment- from $2,000 to $2,500 down; balance on long time. Also 90 ACRES, about 2)í miles from Augusta, Kalamazoo County, all improved, with good buildings. Terina - extremely low. Also 40 ACRES about eight milesfrom Hastings. Also 80 ACRES on seotion S in the town of Haaelton, Shiawasse County, about 12 miles from ( 'ormino. Well timbered. For terms address the undersigned. L. I!. POND. Ann Arbor, April 2, 1873. HAKDWOOD & BASSWOOD LUMBEE POR SALE. rTHB subscriber has on hand'a good assortment of 1 OAK, ASH, ELM, BASSWOOD, WHITEWOOD, and other varieties of Luniber, from }4 in. to S in. thick. ALSO. Fence Posts, Square Titcber, Plank and Oak Studding of all sizea kept on hand or made to order on short notice. Particular attention given to CUSTOM SAWING. Fenco Poste planed, Oak Picketa kept on band and sawed to order. MOULDINGS of different patterns sawed to order. FARM GATES kept on hand and sold cheap. Particular attention given to furnishing billa of timber of different lengths and eizea on the most reasonable ternas. SAWS GUMMED ON SHORT NOTICE. L0G8 WANTED. I ara prepared tq pay CASH for sound Oak, Ash, BasBwood and Whitewood Logs delivered at my mili or will buy and ineagure Logs in the woods within aix miles of the mili. tk9 All persons inaeDiea 10 tne late nrm oí w mes & Hallock will please cali and settle their accounts at the Mili. J. T. HALLOCK. ATEW EEAL ESTÁTE OFFICE OF ABNER HITCHCOUK & CO. 43 South Main St, Ann Arbor, Mich. t'Ity Property, Houses, Lots and Farms KOR SALE AND EXCHANGED. SOUTHERN LANDS FOR SALE. COLONIES LOCATED. STOCKS AVI .TIOKTGAUKS lOit SAI.K. 147fim8 ANI MONEY'S LOANED. 'rHÜW T0_i WiïV' This is an inquiry which every one shouid have truthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and a little care taken in examination of routeB will in many cases save much trouble, time and money. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad has achieved a Bplendid reputation in the last three years as the leading Passender Boute to the West. Startiag at Chicago or Peoría, it runs direct through Southern lowa and Nebraska, with cloae connections to California and the ïerrxtoriea. It is also tho short line and best line to Q,uincy, Missouri, and points in Kansas and New Mexico. Passenger on their way westward connot do bettr than to take this route. Thia line has published a pamphlet entitled ' How to go "West," which containe much valuable information; a large, correct map of the Great West, which oan be obtained free of charge by addressing the General "Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Bailroad, Chicago, 111. 14(ilyl -JOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Noties is hereby given that the partnership, lately existing between John Schumacher and Christiaii Weitbrecht, of the oity of Aun Arbor, Michigan, underthe firm name of J. Schumacher & Co., was dieeolved on the twenty-eighth day of May, a. d. 1874, by mutual consent. AU debts due to the said partnership, and those due by them, will bo tjettled with and by the said John Hchumacher. Ann Arbor, May 30, 1874JOHST RCHUMACHl 1481 w2 CHR1STXAN WEITBRECHT. The underaigned haying purchftsed the interest of Ohriatian "Weitbrech, in the firm of J. Schuniacher & Co., desires to notify the patrons of that Ürra that he will continue the business at their former location in the city of Ann Arbor. Thankful for the many favors ehown the late flrm, he hopea to receive u liberal share of public patronage. Datd, May 28, 1874. JOHN SCIÏUMACHER. ARGUS BULLETIN ! 2000 NEW SUBSCRIBERS WANTED. More Merctaants and Business men, who knowing their own interests will advertiee in the Arqus. GET TOUR BILL-HEADS, CIRCULARS, LETTER-HEADS, STATEMENTS, YJÍ3-At the Argus Office. GET YOUR BALL CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CARDS, WEDDING CARDS, At the Argus Office. GET YOUR LAW BLANKS, LAW BRIEPS, LAW RECORDS, PROGRAMMES, t AT THE ARGUS OFFICE. New Type, Best Presses, Good Workmen, AND E ASÖNABLE PRICES ! = A WOED'TO THE WI8E. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING 1 The Spring Campaign OPENED IHAIEST. BULL, THE CLOTHIER, Has just airived and opened .the great One-Price ST-A.IR, CLOTHING HOUSE . I!Y MARTIN'S BLOCK. Where you can now firid the Laige&t, Finest and moat Complete Stock of READY-MADE CLÜTHI1 HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, AND Gents' Furnishing ü-oods, Every before oifered in A n Aabor. Notrouble to nnow Goods at tli Slar Jlotbinfr House, No. 33 láouth Main St., East side, Auc! Arbor, Mich. GEOROE BULL. 1478tf RauroaD Accident I Cases after caaes of GENTS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' READY-MADE Spring and Summer CLOTHING! are continually arriving for WAGNER. The goods were bought for Cash so low that they oan and will be sold at prices Def yinfir ail Competition, and juat suitable to those in need o f CLOTHBS, and pressed somewliat by bard times. Also those that take pride in wearing First-Class Clothes Will be able to select from the best of Foreig and Domestic malees of GASSIMERES AND VESTINGS And have tliem made at the same place in the lates Style, and Warranted to Fit before they leave, J anything in Furnishing Ooods line they should hap pen to need, everything in the Gents' Dressing lin can be found at Lower Prices than at any utlit Clotbing House at WM. WAGNEK. No. 21 South Main 8t., Ann Arbor 19U K" E "W SPRING GOODS AT B ACH & ABEL'S ALarge and well-selected stock at the lovrest 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 ftuipeior to any other imported. Chaney Brothers, American, and Lyona BLACK SILKS at reduced prices. A LARGE LINE OF fleached and Brown Cottons ncluding most of the popular brands ïill's, Lonsdales, Wamsuttas, New York Mills, &c. A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WHITE k HEN liüODS. A full line of the celebrated A. T. Stewart ALEXANDRIA EID GLOVES The best Glove imported. BACH & ABEL. DRUG STORE! sica-isrorF tüe GLASS MORT AR! Having been for the past four year with R. W. Éllis & Co., I have now purohased thè Drug Store of E. B. Gidley No. 12 EAST HURÓN ST (Cook's Hotel Bloeit}. I have Cleaned, Be-flttea, and He-stocked the Store with Pure DRUGS, MEDICINES. A Full line of Fancy Articles, Perfumes, Brushes, Combs, Bosps, Sponges, Patent Medicines, Dye PAITS & OILS, PURE WINES AND LIQUOES For Medicinal Purposes. Agenta for Ticman's Celebrated SÜRGICAL INSTRUMENTS. Pliysioinns' PrescriptionB a Specialty. L. S. LERCH. 1469tf T IVE ÖEESE FEATHjíRS PIBST G1TT-A.LIT-ST , ConsOntiyonhand and for saleby B ACE fr A BEI.