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1876
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WOOL WANTED I Or wbat is about the same thing, I want th ninni'y tliat Imys it. Now as the lamba are a ihorn, and the price of wool cstaiilishod and n prospect of beinany higher, and I have liad man and very faithful pronmcs of pay in wool time thus far but very few have been on time wit tho.se promises, Now I si in pi y say to all delin quents who owe me that the best thing thoy ca do is to give thU their first attcntion, especial! those who have let their bilis run from one to twoyears. AU such may exect me to drop dow on theia like a bat on a hcdbug. I will appear t yon like a mldnlght úsaselo in an nnexpecte hour, Now I sinijily .say to all thwe owing hie, n matter how great or huw siuall the aniount, t walk right up to the scratch umi pay me, or shall lose no time in inviting you before a Justic of the Peace. Now don't fooi yourselves by thiuk tng tae won't sue me, or he is lylng or jokiagabou this mattor. Neglect this and you will find ou about this joking. m2 M. HOGERS. Northern Central E E Co. MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE " CENTENNIAL." Through in 27 hours from Detroit, as per schftj ule of passenger trains below : [Via Canada Southern Railway.] Loiive Toledo, 6 10 p m 10 45 a n " Muiiroe, 6 52 p m 11 45 a m " Detroit, 6 56 p m 11 0 y m [Vía Great Western R'y] PM a M r u Leave Detroit, 6 25 i 20 12 20 [Via Grund Trunlc R'y] P 1Í AM AU Lave Detroit. 5 45 2 50 7 30 [Via New York Central K. R.) AM AM PM PM Le. Niagar Falls, 4 DO TM 1 45 8 10 Suspension Hridgc, 4 20 7!Vi 2 00 8 00 ISuffalo, 4 85 7 46 1 50 9 TH Rochester, 7 Stt 3 S5pm 5 30 12 20 a m [Via Northern Central R'y.] AU PK PM AU AM r.c. Canamlaisua, 9 45 4 40 6 Sr, 1 45 Penn Yau, 1102 5 53 7 48 2 42 Watkins, 12 17 7 00 8 37 3 38 8 00 Ar. Havana, 12 ■!? 7 09 8 43 8 0 Elmlra, 1 30 8 10 9 30 4 30 9 00 Froy, X R8 10 H9 5 34 10 09 Minnequa, 4 0!) 1106 B 02 10 38 (Vllliainsport, (i 10 12 35 7 40 12 2. Northuiubuiland, Í2 40 9 25 2 0. iunbury, lï 60 2 00 9 35 2 15 HarrUuurg, 2 45 3 55 11 40 4 1 Baltlmore. 7 SS B 25 7 3. (Washington, 9 02 9 07 9 0 t'liiladi.lijhia, 7 00 7 35 :i 30 7 2 New York, 10 10 10 25 C 45 10 20 Passengen by this route have the privilege o Itopping uü' at any point, and of vi.siting S'a!iiii Lon City without extra charge. Nodust. fi4 iad thoroughly stone ball:istel, an ta passenger trains are equipped with evory kuow inpruveineut fur the convunieuee and .safot'y of pasieugers. Thr far-famed Watkins Cïlen beinglocated on th llrect line of Northern Central Railway passenger :au takt: it in on their route to the Contennlal, b :aking the Northern Central Hailway. lie sure your tickets read via New York Centra ind Nurtheon Central Hoads. Information given ou application to Western Pas tónger Agent. 1). M. BOYD, Jr., Geu. Pass. Agent. Sam'l L. Seymolr, Western Passeuxer Airent Butlalo, N. Y. ' líSia INSURANCE CÜMI'AM Capital, - - $3,000,000 Assets Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.93. Losses Paid iu 55 Years, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, including Ke-In8urance Reserve, $4,735,092.33. Nnt Surplus over Liabilities, inoludiag Re-Insuranco and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.36. C. MACK, Agent, Ann Arbor. DINiSEY & SEABOLT'S BAKERY, GUOCERY - AND - PLOUR & FKED STOKK. We keep oonstantly on nand BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC., FOR WHOLESALE and RKTAIL TKADE. We liilll ftUo keep a eupply of DELHI lLOUIfc, J. M. SWTFT & CO-S BEST WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, RYEFLOUK, BUCKWWHEAT Ff-OUii, CO11N MtíAL, FËED, At wholesnle and rutail. A general stock of GROCERIKS AND PROV1SIONS constuntly oq haadt wbioh will besold on as runaomible teime as at uny other house in tbis city. Canil paid fox Butter, Kh'Ki "d Uuuutry l'roSnce genernlly. B3T Goods delivercd to any part of the city with out extra charge, 1I!si;y éc SEABOLT. Ann Arbor. Jan. 1. 1876. 1564 Sheriff 'e Sale. tJTATE OF MICHIGAN, county of Wnshtenaw, O sa. Mary Eütey va. Lawis Lamborn. lïy virue of onewritof execution iaaued out of and uuder the eai of the Oircuit Court for the county of Wiishtciirtw, in the above entitled cause, to ice di(■■!( tl and delivered, I did on the 2Lth day of January, a. d. 1876, levy upon all the right, title and nterest of Lewia LamtKrn in and to the followta escribcd real etttate situated in the county of Vashtenaw, State of Michigan, to wit: AU thut ract of land sitnated in the townbbip of IiOdi, -ounty of WaehteuüW nnd 8tat of Michigun, mown, bounded and deucribed as follows, to wit : 'he north part of the west half of the uorthwetit uarter of buction nuiuber two (2} ia township umber three (3) south ia range number ñve (5J aat, containinjf about forty-four acres of land. Vhicta above deBCribed property I (hall sell at pubc auction to the bi$hett bidder, at the south door f tl u.' Court Houae in the city of Ann Arbor, on ie reventa day of September, a. i. 1876, at ten 'clock a. m. of saidday. Dated July 11, 1Ö7C. ljyitd M. FLEMING, Sheriff. Sewing Machines THE SINGEH, NEW DOMSSTIC, And tb.O HOWE, And spvcral good Spcond-Hand Machine at the SEWlNti MACHINE OFFICE, Aun Arb.ir. Aluo Needies for uil Machines The very best that are made, and attachinrnts and parts for nearly all machines. S1HGER MACHINES Rspaired better therc than anywhere else in Ani.rlca. ïf your machine don 't work well, trade t for one that does, or have it repaired. All machines sold ou easy paymenta at the office. s.toiiiI door eait of Post Of fice. Aun Arbor, Tlirh. (1556) 1 1,. fíRlNNEI,!,, Affrnc. p EORGËWrCROPSEY, Late of the firm of Clark L Cropsky, and A. K kaknkv, late of Texas, under the firm name of KEARNEY & CROPSEY, Have established themselves at N". 33 South Muln M., Aun Arbor, aud propone to du general Grocery Business They wül als.) keep CROCKEKY, GIASS and WOÓDEN WAKE, and a full line of DO.MESTIC and FOREIGN FKUITS. They have titted and furuished A First-class Lating Department, Where Mcals can be had at al! hours, or board by the week. Cash puid for Rutter, Kirs", and all Country produce Goods proiuptly dt'livered in anr part of the city. Kemember tlie place. 33 South Klain Street KEARNEY & CKOl'SKY. Ann Arbor, April 26, 1876. 1580 THE HILÍFARM FOR SALÉ. Adjoining the West line of the City of Ann Arbor, in townahip two south of range aix east, compri.sing the east half of the northenst quarter of section nineteen ; and th&t part of the west half of the west half of the northweat quarter of eection twenty, lying north of the turnpike ; in all 100 42-100 aores, with House, Barn, an (Mailing Spring of Water, And about flfty acroi well lmprored ; ttrst elnn8 land and aitutttion bcautiful. Two-third of the purchnae money may remain on the land three to flve yeare. tor temw apply to GEO. E. HAND, Orll.J. BEAKE8, Dotroit. Aun Arbor. lS74tf Visitors to the Centennial, BALTINORE ANO WASHIÍKJTON, TAKE 2TOTZCZ ! That the Cleveland Steamers NORTHWEST, B. N. RICE, Leav M. C. R. R. wharf, Detroit daily at 9 Q'clcck p. in., exoept Suodaya. This line haa aranged a syatem of tickets vía (Cleveland vhereby ver .100 routes caá he mnde to Flii Iwdol pliin nd New York. ifolng and returning by any oute desired. No other line cnn offer such a vaïety of routes. ' J Tickets for sale at principal itailroad Offices, on ' oard steamers and at Oompany'a ol&oe, foot of helby ut., Detroit. 1646 IK CARTER, Ayent. 3ILL HEADS AND STATEMENTS J AT THE ARGUS OFFICE, Corner Main and Hurón Ntrttet. J PRICES REDUCED. New Excelsior Lawn Mower Lartrcst Saie of any Lawn Moivcr in the Vorll. It ban been adoptad, and can be geen in practica operation, at Central Park, and all other City Parka, New York ; Government Grounds and fit; Parks, Washington; Boston Common, Boston Prospect Park, Brooklvn ; and on almost ever; prominent Park throughout the United State and Canada, At the trial held in New York City, on the 25th of June, 1S74, the Nïw Excelsior was awarded the Fintt Premium, a tíilver Medal, by the Ameri can Instituye, in oompetition withiül the difieren lawn mowers made in thie country. Pricesfroml4 to 200. 1580 EVEKY MACHINE WAKRANTED. CHADBOKN & COLDWELL M'FU CO. !3Send fiir Circular. KTewburffli, flf , Y THE ENEMY OF DISEASE ! THE FOE OF PAIN TO MAN AND BEAST. Is the Grand Oíd MUSTANG LJNIMENT Which has stood the test of forty year. There is no 8ore it will not heal, no Lam eneas it willnotctire.no Ache, no Pain thnt niHii-i the Human lïmly, or the Body ol & Horst) or other domeatic animal, that does not yield to iU mag-i? touch, A bottle coBtin? 25c, 50c, or $1.00, h&s oíten sttred the life of a human H(iiij, and restored to life aod uuefulneut man; a valuable home. Ivardcd the lllhot Jledal at Henna E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 581 Broadwaf, New Vork. COpp. Metropolituo Hotel,} Hunufacturers, Imporlcrs & Uealers in CHBOMOS and FRAMES, 3TERE0S00PES & VIEWS, Aldumr, Obapuobcoes, and Sititaülk Views. Fhotographic Materials. Fe are Headquarters for everything in the WS) of TEREOPTICOXS & JUfilC I,4TKR.S. iiiK mnuufactnrers of the ÍICKO-SCIKNTIFIC LANTKKN, 8TEREO PANOPTICON, UNIVKRS1TY STEREOPTICON, ADVKRTI8EK'8 STKREOPT1CON , ARTOPTIC0N, CHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN PEOPI.E'S LANTERN. ach style being the best of its class in the market. o Catalogues of Lnnterns and Slides with direc tions for Ufting sent on upplicution, Any enterprising mau can make money with ajrïc Lantern. 1571 yCut out thi ailvortiaement for reference.g INE JOB PRINTIIÍG lne t the 1 ARÜUS OFFICK. RAILROAOS. MiriHUN"cÉÑTRAL RAILROAdT MAY 28, 18T6. ATioHi. s L& 13 A.H. A.M P.M. P.M. F. M. p. K Jetroit, leiive. 7 00 lo (Ij. 2 50 4 00i 6 00 g v O. T. Juuction, ' 7 15 10 20 3 06 4 16' 6 15 lo f Wayue Junciion ; j; io 49 3 3i 4 50 6 47 iu 4. ïjwilanti, 8 31111H 3 91 5 :s 7 12 n ,. Ann Arbor, ; 8 56 11 26 4 13 45 7 45 u "' Dexter, V 20 4 35,6 06 8 lo! CheUea, 9 4 47 6 23 8 28 Qrau Lake, 10 07 5 15 6 49 8 56 P.M a.s Jackaon, Ar., 10 40 12.12 5 46 7 IS! 9 24 13 j. lackson. Lv., 10 45 12 .17 , 1 9 30 12 1 Al Won, 11 36 1 14 g 10 25 1 . Marshall. ,li 25 1 54 3 ;10 58li BattleCreek, 1 00 2 1J: 11 37 ï , 'a. m. Oalenburg. 1 SI a. u. lt 10 , Kalamazoo, 1 51 3 03 4 00:12 30 2 Lawton, 1 t 36 4 41 1 1 05 . Decatur, I 2 "j 5 00' 1 26 . Dowaifiac, ! 3 16 5 26 1 55 , Nües, :: 4S 4 !3 6 10 2 30 4 1 Huchansn, 3 59 6 26; 2 45 . Three Uaka i 4 28, 4 55 7 114 :i 23 j . New Buffalo, 4 43 6 08 7 211 3 40 . Mii'liijjaii l.'lly, 5 10 5 35 7 501 4 05 5 i Luke, 5 48 6 14 8 35! 4 52 8 j Kensinton, 6 45 7 15 j 9 35 S 42 ; j, Chicago, arrive, I 7 30 8 00 10 20 6 30' 8 OOIMQ EABT. _ .í_ _ L_ At! Ia. v. a. u. p. m. Ir. m. p. m. lhicairo, leve, 6 00: 9 00 4 Ofl 5 16! 00" Kennington, 6 45! 9 45 4 45 6 57 9 43 Lake, I 6 40110 20 5 30 6 43 10 26 Michigan City, 7 32,11 00' 6 10 7 40 11 15 New Buffalo, 7 55 11 20 6 55 11 35 Threc Oakl, j 8 OM 11 32 7 09 8 1111 47 P. M. A. K. Buchanan, 8 42 ] 7 40 '12 20 Niles, 9 0' 12 09 8 20 8 55'12 35 Dowagiac, 9 27 8 49 1 101 Decatur, 0 52 9 15 136 Lawton, 10 10 9 85 Kalamazoo, 10 451 36 10 10' 10 26 2 15 Oaleaburg, 11 12! I ; -J 38 Battle Creek, u 52 -i 17 . 11 09, 3 16 r. il -g m Munhall, li 15 IHjN 11 35Í 3 47 Albiou, 1 14 3 16 11 55] 4 07 j A. M. A. ï Jackaon, Ar., 1 08 3 65 a.k. 12 40 4 52 .lackson. I.v., ' 2 1.' 4 0O! 7 00 15 40 4 55 Gras Lake, 2 45: 7 30 6 23 8 V Chelsaa, 3 10 7 56 6 50 18 1 Dexter, 3 25 . 8 13 - - 6 08 10 Ann Arbor, 3 52 5 15 8 36 2 00 6 28 Vt Ypsilanti. 4 15 5 28: 8 55 2 20 6 48 11 (1 Wayne Jane, 4 45 5 45' 9 23 2 40i 7 08 11 I (ï. T. June, 6 S0 6 10 10 00 3 15 7 43 . Dotroit, Ar., I 5 45 6 26 IU 15 3 30 8 00 Y. t "Hundays excepted. :Haturday and Huuda; a cepted. fUaily. H. B. LEDYARD, Oen'l Supt-, Detroit. H. C. Wkktworth, Oen. Vam. Agt., Chicago. DETROIT, HII.LSDALE & INDI ANA RAILROAIJ. ooiNo vrrai. -1876- ooivo eas?, TATION. Mail. Exp. STATION. Kxp. S A. M. P. M. Detroit, dep... 7:(i 60 3 YpBilanti.... S::í5 7:15 Bankeni 6:00 M Saline. 9:20 7:46 HUlsdale .. 6:30 ]:( Bridgewatr.. 9:45 7:57 ! Manchester.. 9:16 4:' Manchester. 1": s 8:00 i BridgewaUr 9:45 9 P.M. i Saline 10:10 t; Hilhdale 1:15 10:ü0 Ypailanti.... '10:65 Ü Bankers. ... 1:30 10:10 i Detroit 12:30 i Train run by Chicago time. To take eReot , April 16, 1876. W. F. VAKKER, Sop't, Ypsilantl CenfeflalEïilii I'inLAPELPAIA, PA. THIS Crreat International Exhibition, desisto cuuiiueiuorate the Oue Huudrtdth Aiidito-. sarr of American Independenco, opencd May M audwill close November luth, 1870. All the V lious of the World and all the Stat and Tente' riea of the Union will particípate, bringingiogttl er the most eomprehennive collectiuu of art :.-■.■ ures, mechanical inventions, selentifíe diacoTeria mauufactimiig achu'vements, mineral specimen. mul agricultura! products ever xhibited. Ibt groundsdevoted to the Exhibition are siniatod i the line of the Penusylvania Railroad, and tt brace four hundred and fifty acres of Fairmoei;Park, all „high ly improved and ornamented, - which are erected the largest bnildiugs ever -.■: atrueted, - five of these coverfng an area of flilt; acres, and costing 95,0(10,000. The total numU: . buildings erected for the purposos ol" the Eihibitiou i& over oue hundred. The Pennsylvania Kailroad, THE GREAT TRUNK Lint. AND PAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE Ui w(U be the niest direct, convenient and economía way oi ri-uchinc; Philiidt'lphia, and ihis great Eihibiüon íroin all sectious oï ihe country. 1ü tiaius to and íroni Pliiladelpliia will pas tlin ;- a UltANO CENTEN JSIAL DKPOT, which tic Coiupauy have erecled at the Main Entrance totb Kxtuhition Uronnds, for the accomniodatioD paenger vrhu wïsfa iu t[ at or start from & Dunierous large hotols contiguou to this s; -■.'.. and the Exhibiiion, - a couvenience of the greius value to Tisitors, and atrorded exdufttreïy bv i Pennsyl.-auia lluilroaü, which is TUK (jNL: LINK RUNNING DIRKCT Tu T1IK CENTHffiJ AL BUILDINGS. Excursiuii trains willalsofH at the Kucaiupnient of the Patrono ol' llusbaudr; at Kim Station, on thlsroad. 4-The Pennsylvania Kailroad is the gran rail way orgamzation Ín the world. It mi.:: seveii thouüaud miles of roadway, forniing conüiuoua liav to Phihtiivlphia, New York, Halti:i..and Washington, over which luxurious dar w night cars are ritu from Chicago, öt. Louis, Lm; viilt', Cincinnati, iudianapolis, C'oluiubus, Tulfái Cleveland, and Erie, without change.W lts main line i luid with doublé and thinl trwi of heavy steel ruils, upon a deep bed of brok1 stone ballast, and its bridges are all of íron I stoue. lts passenger train are equipped witlij ry kuown improvement lor comfort and safety.u are ruil i at fastr speed for greater dbt&nces (tL the trains of any line on the continent. The Co-' pttny ban larifely iucreast-d its equipment for Crfteunial travel, and it will be pre pa red to ; its own shops, locomotives and passenger ctrs i' short uotice, Butücient to accummodatc any tfï demand. The uuequaled resources at the coiuoí of the Company guarautee the most perfect ace uiudatious tor all lts patrón during the Centeuf al Exhibition. THE MAGNIFICENT SCENERY forwhich Pennsylvania Hailroad LssoJuBÜy celebrated, F sent to the traveler over its perfect Itoadway ever-chauging panorama of nver, mountain, u: landscape view unequuled in America. THE EATING-8TATI0NS on this line are & surpasoa. Aleáis wm be lurniMieü al suiwe hmirs and ampie time alluwed for enjoyiug thexu. EXCURSIÓN TIOKETH, at redured rat es, be nold at all principal Railro&d Ticket Otfic f the West, Northwest and Southwest. O-Ht su re that your tickets read via the Gi Pennsylvania Itoute lo the Centounial. FKANK THOMSON, l. M. BOYD, JR., Gtfural Manager. Gttfl Fatt'r MNational Uentennial Kouto TAK E THE Baltimore &OliioR.E THE ONLY DIEECT ROUTE TO THECENTENNIU VIA. ■ WASHINGTON CITY ! By thin line paasengerfl aru landed at the HJ tenniHl Uraundn, or at Broad a nd l'ine StrMti.3 Ticinity of the leading hotla in Fhiladelpbiti : Ihty muy prefer. Holder o( Through TicktM CAN 8TOP OFF AT THE Uational Capital' And tínü the Government Buildings a rul many objects of interest in and ubout WashiDi1-1'' City. Trarelera deairíng A SPEED Y, PLEASANTi; COMFORTABLE TEIP Should remember that the Ba.ltiin.oro S Okifl riailroad I celebrated fnr ita elegant Coache, Rplendiá fr fin. tírand and Benutiful Mountain ttud eeavryy and the many puinU oí' Histuric ioU" along lts line. !TjfflpFre will alwaya be as I.o1 -"'■' by uny other i im-. PULLMAN PALACE OABS KUN THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE Between the principal WESTEEN & EASTEEN CITIS& For Through Tickets, BaggaRe Check, M"f aent ol tritins, SUeping Car AccommMÍationBlp " c, apply at Ticket Offire at all priocipal P"1" VORTH, SOUTH, EASTOR WEST' . R. D0R8ET, L. M. COLB, j, Am't Oen'l Ticket Ag't. Oen'l Ticket Ai HOS. P. BAKRY, THOS. R. SHABJ' Wert'n Pauengor Agsnt. tíñtXn uf Two'P

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