AT FIRST GOST. Having purchased a large lot of fashionable DRESS GOODS At the late decline ín prices, I propose to G-ive a Benefit to the Ladies of Ann Arbor and viciuity by SELL1XG THEM AT FIKST COST. LADIES' XXATS AND MILLINERY GOODS VERY CHEAP. A large stock of all kinds of Carpets and Oil Cloths Chcaper tlian you can parchase them at Detroit, 1583W2 CHAS. FANTLE. THE HILt FARM FOR SALE. Ádjoining the Went line of the City of Ann Arbor, in townnhip two south oí range six east, comprieing the etist half of the northeast Quarter of seo tion nineteen ; and that part of the west half of thr wt-Ni huif of the northwest quarter of section twenty , lying nurth of the turapike ; in all 100 42-100 acres, witb House, Barn, an Unfailmg Spring of Water, And about tifty acre welt im pro ved ; lirst clin land umi aituation bvautiful. Two-tlurda of the purchaae money may remain on the land threo to nve yeurs. Forterms apply to QEO. E. HAND, Ur II. J. BEAKE8, Detroit. Ann Arbor. 1574tf POR SALE, The undersigned olfemfor sale A HORSJtí AND CARRIAGE The horsc is an eight ytar oíd bay, and a good carriagu animal. Also, an iinproved doubic-barrel Purker Itreech-Luadutg Shot (iun. CHAÖ. II. MANLY. Ann Arbor, May S, 1876. ITotioër ALL persons owning, or haviog bargained for TreeB or Planta or anytbing elsu, uu the farm I lat el y purcbíüsed í'roin Mr. J. D. Baldwiu, are hereby reminded that the time for their uafe reinoval hun been uncoiumonly good but ía now rapidly closíug, and that no círcumstances will Induce meto prolong the term,therefore it behoOTM all t make the most of' the present lavorable coudilions. ISRAEL HALL. Ann Arbor, May 19,1876. 1583 w2 WJ. IIIKD.nA, ITI. Ö., Physician and Surgeon. Ornee, oathweat corner Mam and Huron St. Residenoo, 46 South Htato I. Otiioe houw trom 10 to 12 a. m. nd 2 to 4 p. m. '