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1876
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ATTHE STAR CLOTHINÜ BW YOU CAJi BUY MEN'S DRESS ASD BUSINESS SÜITS. BOT iYOUTB'S AND CHILDRCBTS SUITSUNDERSHIRTS DRAWERS GLOVES, MITTENS, &C. , PRICES THE LOWEST IN THE COUNTY ! A. L. NOBLE. llGOl - - - - - - - - FOR SALE ! Stone Lime, Wuter Lime, Cleveland Planter, & Plasterinff Huir, either at my Liuití Kjlu or at my shop. J. VO1.1. A 1. FARMERS. WOOD WANTED In excbange for Saddles, Harneas, Trunke, TtnveüUK Bugs, Hurse Blxukets, Whips, Olovea nml Mitteus, etc., At my harae&i shup. J. VOLLAJiD. lGOOmG Éstate of Cornelius Laughlin. STATK OF MICHIGAN, County of Waahteimw, aa. At a L'ssioiiof the Probate Oourt for the County of Waahtenaw, holden at the Probate Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, on Mondar, the eighteenth day of September, in the year one tbouaand eight hundrea and n(rventy-ix. Present, Noah W. Gheever, Judge of Probate, In the matter of the estáte of Corneliua Laugh Hu, deceased. On rcadinv and flling the petition, duly veriflod, of Williain Burke, Administra tor of the estáte of auid deceased. praying for an awignment of the ïeuidue of Huid estáte. Thereupon itiaordered that Wedneaday tht eigh1 1 'ft; ; ii day oí October next, at ten o 'dook in the forenoon, beatuugeïd for the hearing of mtid pet n ion, and that the heira at law of Bfiid deceased, and all othei persone intereated in said estáte, are required to nppear ata sension of öiiid oourt, then tobe holden at the Probate office, in the city oí Ann Arbor, and show cause, if any there bo, why the prayer of the petitioner ahould not be granted : And it ia further ordcred that said petitioner give notice to the persona interested in said estate, of the pendency of aaid petition, and the hetiring thereof, by cauaing a oopy of thia ordei to be published in the Michigan Argus, u ncwa]i;i]ht printed and circuíate! in aaid oounty, three rtuccessivö weeka previouB to aaid day oí hear(Átruecopy.) NOAH W. CHEEVER, lüOOtd Judse of Probate. Thorough-Bred Pigs AT A BARGAIN ! Intendini? to make the rniiiiDfr of thorough-brcd úi;n a gpeciulty, we undertook to keep several bretda, but, wbon tairly under way, we ünd that eiich breed in its varied oonditions, ages, &cM requires ho maiiy ptlature lots aad feed apartiaeiltt. thut we flnd it impracticable. Therefore tmdinir the Polund Chiua's are but little knowu in Michigan, we propoao to drop thein f rom our ht, by l'igs, of good shipping size, for $9 each or $15 a pair. 1'íl'n, of extra Bize, 100 lbs. and over, $20 each. A few splendid 8 to 12 months Sows in comiiuon to bü bred in November, at $40 each. Sows, to iarrow aoon, trom $50 to $60. Our stock is juut the thing for any one wishing to make a npecinlty of breedine Toland China's, whiuh in liio, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa are resarded with more favor than any other breed, haviug short legs aud immense bodies for their height. HALL BROÏHKUb. Ann Arbor, Sept. IJ, 18Ï. 1600tl WASHTENAW COÜNTY Agricultural & Horticultural SOCIETY. The following additional premiumB are offered in Haas IX. page 20, (Horses of all Work.) of the Premium Liet of 1S76, the same baving been overlooked : Int. 2d. Best Stallion, 2 years ohl, $3 00 J2 0i Bent (ieldinii, ■ yenrs old or over, 5 00 3 00 Bfist Oelding, 4 years oll, 4 0 3 "0 llest Qeldini;, 3 years old, 3 00 2U0 Bent puir iimtehi'd Mares or Qel'lings 5 yeara old or over, 6 00 4 00 Uest pair matched llares nrOeldings, 8 years old or over, 5 00 3 00 Best Mare of any age with foal at side, fi 00 3 00 Best Mare, 4 years" old or over, 4 UO 3 00 Best Mare, 3 year old, .1 00 2 00 llest Gelding or Mare, 2 yeare old, 2 00 100 BeBt (ieldiug or Uare, 1 ycar old, 2 00 1 00 Best Uorae or Mare öuckling, 1 50 1 00 W. A. LOVEJOY, Secretary. Q B. PORTER, DENTI8T, Office over Johuson's Hat Store, South Main Street, ANN ARBOR, IflICH. 1592tf TASHIONABLE PRESS MAKING. Mr. "Vood invites the lfidie of Ann Arbor and vicinity to culi at her Dress-MnkinR llooin, ovor the store bí A. Bell, W8hini;toli Btreet. A full lineof new and lutoat atyles of pntterns eonstintly on Imnd. Qmility of work warraated, and pricea mude to Buit the times. A share of public patronage is reapectfully sohcfted. lyU78 __===___ $fi iïO Per day at home. Samples worth O M 3-U }i free. Stinsun & Co., Portland, Me. 1573 1?INE JOH PRINTING Joue at the 1 AliiiUS OFFICE. ylSlTlNO CARDS-NEW STYLES AT THE ARGÜ8 OFFICE, Corner Main and 111 8treeta Sewing Machines THE SHSTCEH, UEW DOMESTZC, Aud th.Q HOWE, And sovcral good Sccond-Hand Machines at the SEWINO MACHINE OFFICE, Ann Arbor. Also Needies for all Machines The vrry hout that are miule, and attachments and parta for uearly alt machines. S1NGER MACHINES Rapaircd bctter therc than anywhere else In America. If your machine don't work well. trad e it fr one that 'does, or have it re pa i red. All machines sold on easy payment at the office. Second door cast off Post Office, Ann Arbor, tlii-li. (1556) 1. 1. ORINNrLI, Affcut, WRANCB mm. Capital, - - $3.000,000. Asscts Jan 1, 1876, $6,792,649.98. Loases Paid in 55 Yeare, $44,760,391.71. Surplus over all Liabilities, including Re-Insurance Reserve, $4,735,092.86. Net Surplus over Liabilities, including Re-Insurance and Capital Stock, $1,735,092.86. C. MACK, Agent, Ann Arbor, JFOR SALE CHEAP ! THEncwtwo stojy frame dwclling house, just ciiiuplcted. ïiituatod 011 et l'iMnïrsily Avenue, the secoud house south fniin tbc Medtcsl College. Spccially arrangol for keeping lloarders, Roomers, ur Club. Term easy. Apply to (J. II. IOLIiEN, Ko.4, 8. Maiu St. For Sale Cheajj ! THE largenew doublé dwelüng house, situated Cor. North and Fourth öts, two blocks from Court House. Knu.ulre of C. H. MILLEN. ALARGE number of very desirable building lots, well located, for sal low, muil payment dowu and long time given for balance if desired. C. II. MILLEN. ANKW Phu;ton Buggy for salo chcap. One of Arksey's bfst mate. 1396 C. S. MXXiXiBXT. "ÜARM FOE SALE ! By Instructlons of Catherine K. .laníos we offer for sale the Patrick Cavanaugh farm of ciglity ares more or led, in Northfield ? Who Wants a (ood l!a;ï;un l Ann Arbor, August 2$, 1876. 10961U3 BEAKES CUTCHEON. OILL HEAÜS AND STATEMENTS AT THE ARGUS OFFICE, Corner Main and Hurón Street. Northern Central E. R. Co. MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE " CENTENNIAL." Through in 27 hours froin Detroit, as per schedule of passenger trains beiow : [Vla Canada Southern Iiailway.] Leare Toledo, 6 10 p m 10 4.1 a tu " Monroe, tí 52 ] ni 1 1 r a id " Detroit, u 53 p ni ' . 12 20 p m É Vi Great WesteríHt'y] p sr a t r m Leave Detroit, 6 29 4 2u 12 20 IViaOraud Trunk K'y] P ■ A JI A M Leavc Detroit, 5 4". i M 7 80 [Via New York Central lí. K.] A M A M P M P M Le. Niágara Falla, 4 (X) 7 80 1 48 8 10 Suspension Bridge, 4 20 7 35 2 (i0 8 00 Múllalo, 4 86 7 45 1 50 H "JI Boohansr, 7 30 :: S5pm 5 oU 12 20 a ín [Via Northern Central R'y.] A M PM PM A M A M Le. Canandaigua, 9 4.5 4 40 6 56 1 lí Paan Van, ' 11 "2 ."..".:: 7 18 2 42 Watkins, 12 17 7 I 8 37 3 8 8 00 Ar. Havana, 12 27 7 i 8 48 8 08 Klinira, 1 SO B 10 9 M 4 30 9 00 Troy, S88 10 8? r. :;i 10 09 Minnequa, 4 0 11 mi 6 03 10 SS Williamsport, 6 10 12 88 7 10 12 2í Nortliumberland, 12 40 9 25 2 05 Sunbury, 12 "u 2 00 9 35 2 1.5 Ilarri.ihurg, 2 45 8HS 1110 4 10 Baltimore. 7 33 6 S5 7 :sñ Washington, 9 02 9 07 9 07 Philadclphia, 7 00 7 ::."i 3 :0 7 20 New York, 10 10 10 25 6 45 10 20 Passengere by this route have the privilege of stopping off at any point, and of visitiug Wasliington City without extra cbargo, No dust. Koad thoroughly stone ballasted, and its passenger trains are oulpped willi every known iinprovement tor the conveniencc and safety of pa, sensors The far-famed Watkius Gleu heinglooated on the direct line of Northern Central Kailway paflBengera can take it in on their route to the Centennial, ly taking the Northern Central Hailway. lie sure your tickets read via New York Central and Northeon Central Ruaits. Information giveu on application to Western Passenger Agent. D. M. BOYD, .Ir., Gen. Pa&5. Agent, Sam'i. L. Seymour, Western Pasaeiurer Aui'iit, Buffalo, N.Y. 159H1' Visitors to the Centennial, BALTIMORE ASI) WASHINGTON, TAKE ÏTOTICE! Tliat tlie Cleveland Steumerw NORTHWEST, R. N. EIOE, Leave M. C. R. R. whurf, Detroit, daily at 9 o'cltck p. m., except Smidays. Thia line lina arraned a sy stern of tickets vía Cleveland whereby ovo r 300 routen can be mude to Pliíladclpliíü nuil ÍVow Vork, ííoinf? aiid returning by auy rout desired. No other liue oao offer such a va nety oí routes. Tickets tur Bale at principal Railroad Offices, on bourd eteumers and at Conipnuy's otüce. foot of helby 8t.r Uotroit. l-''Síi D. t AK'I i:ic, -nt. Am ;tnU'il the Highest ?fEtlal at ieniia. E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO. 591 Brondway, v York. ÍOpp. Metropolitan Hotel,) Dlanufacrurers, linporters & Dealers in CHEOMOS ana FEAMES, STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS, ALUUM8, (iUAI'HofíCol-KS, AND SUITABLE VlEWS. Fhotographic Materials. We are Headquartcra for cverything in the WftJ of STEKEOPTICO'S & .11 Ai; l(' I.AM'KIMS. Being mauufactnrera of the MICRO-SCIKNTIFIC LANTERN, STEREO PANOPTICON, UNIVERS1TY STEREOPTICON, ADVERTISER'S STEREOTTICON ARTOPTICON, SCHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN PEOPLE'S LANTKHN'. Each style bcing the best of its class in the raarket. Catalogues of Lanterns añil Slidea witli directionu for usiug sont on application. Any enterprising man can make inoney witha MaKic Lantern. 1571 K7Cut out thia advnrtiaement for reference.91 (1)Aday at home. Avente wanted. Outtit p uiiU toruia (ree. TUUË & CO.. August, Alo , RAILROADS. M1CIHCUS CENTRAL KAII,Koai). MAY 28, 18T6. oomo win. 1 x' 'S o i - I HTATION8. S k. j ij 5 i f _ 5_ll_ if_i I tk.lt. A.M I-.U. V.M. V. U p „ Detroit, leave, 7 00 r 05 2 50 4 0(1 6 ixi 5 ' U. T. Juuction, ! 7 15 10 20 8 (15 4 16 6 15 iZWayneJunclion I 5; m i 3 32 4 50 6 47iu ïpailanti, 8 31,1111' :; 51 6:8 Mili Anu Arbor, ' 3 56 11 20 4 18 6 45 7 46 II Dexter, 1' M 4 35 6 06 8 In ULeisca, 9 iV 4 47 6 23 8 2s . Graan Lke, ' 10 07 6 li C 49 8 65 F. M , Jackwm. Ar., 10 40 12 32 5 45 7 15' 9 2i i Jncknon, l.v., 1(1 45 12 37 ■-' a 30 l Alludii, 11 5 1 II 1)0 26: Í V. M. Murxhall, 12 26 1 54 S IJ ,, Battle (Jreek, 1 00 2 II T u ij j? . Y. Galesburjf. 1 31 a. u. -. 10 . Kalamnzoo, ' 1 52 3 03 4 Cxi 12 3u m, Lawton, i 36 4 41 1 051 " Decatur, 2 S2 5 00 1 26 l)owa({iao, :i 10 5 26 1 55 Nile, :t 45 4 23' 6 10 2 801 7Z liiirlnurm, i 3 6 1. 6 26 2 45 ThreeOuks ! 4 28 4 55 7 04 3 23 i ,. N,:w liuiliilo. 4 43 6 08 7 21 340 Michigan City, 5 10 !, N 7 50 4 05 . „ Liike, S 6M 8 36 45..) J Kensington, , 6 18 7 15 I 9 35 5 42 ■ ,, Chicago, arrive, I 7 30 8 00' ! 10 W f, 30, ',ï OO1NOEAST. jl.il _li_j-j5 A. M. A. M. P. M. F. M. p. h Chicago, leave, 5 00 9 00 4 00 5 16 9 00 Kensington, 5 ü 9 4' 4 45 6 6" 9 I.ake, ' 6' 40: 10 20 r 30 6 43 10 js Micbignn City, 7 32,11 00: 6 30 7 40 11 15 NewBiiffalo, 7 5Í 11 20 C &r 11 Three Oak, 8 09 11 32 ■ 7 09 8 11 11 4; 1'. M. A II. ISuohanan, i S 42 7 50 12 , Nilcs, i 8 01' 12 09 8 20 8 55 12 35 DowHtfiac, 27 8 49 , 1 (11 Decatur, ' 9 52 9 15 1 2i Lawton, Ui in 9 85 Kulamazoo, 10 45 1 36 10 10 10 in 2 15 Oaleaburg, 11 12 2 38 Bat tle C reek, 1152 2 17 . ;11O9 3 15 Mamhall, 12 45 Í H II S5 3 4" Albion, 1 14 8 16 7 11 55 4 W A.M. i,w JttcV8On, Ar., 2 ('8 3 55a.m. 12 40 4Hi; Jackson, Lv., 2 12 4 (l 7 U0 12 40 4 69 l.rass l.;ik, 2 45 7 30 : 5 23 ijl Chelaes, ! 3 loi 7 56 6 50KU Dexter, 3 25 8 13 6 0 Ut Ann Arbor, IH 5 15 8 36 2 00 6S8 10 Vpsilanti. 4 15 5 28 8 55 i 20 6 48 11 tl Wayne Jiioc, I 4 44 S 15 9 23 2 40 7 08 ] G.T. June, ■ 5 301 6 10 10 01 3 15 7 45 Detroit, Ar., 1 5 45 ( 25 III 15 : 3 30, 8 0012H #Sundays excepted. :s,iturlay and Hunday a cepted. tUaily. H. B. LEDYARD, Oen'l Supt., Detroit. U. C. Wentwobth, Gen. Fas. At-, Chicago. DETROIT, HILLSDALE & INDI ANA KA1LKOAD. GOINO WEST. - 1&76- GOIVO SAKI. TATION8. Mui.. Exp. DTAT1ON8. Kxp. Mlí Detroit, dep.. .7:00 6:oo' " '■■ Ypnilnnti.... 8:35 7:15 Bankerg 6:00 1 Saline.. U-.Í0 7:46 Hillsdule .. 6:30 l:t Hridgewator. . 3:45 7:57 Manchester.. 9:16 (;ü Manchester. 10:. 8 8:1X1 ' Bridgewater 9:45 U! p. M. I Bnline 10:10 Bl Hillsdale 1:15 10:00 Ypsilanti.. .. '10:65 i.f. Bankers. ... 1:SO 10.10 Detroit 12:30 tí! Trnius run by Chicngo time. To take eñeot , April IB, 1876. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypsilaiti. Öentënmaï ExIÜ PHILADKLPAIA, PA. THIS Grcat International Exhibition, des;rae to comiuemorate tbe One HUndredth sary of American Iiulupcmlence, upt'iitul Mayliíli ana will close November lüth, 1876. AI1 tb Sttiona oí the World and all the States and Territ ríes of the Union will particípate, bringiug togelier the most coniprehensive collection of art treuures, mt'cbaniual invcntions, sclentific d stoven, inanufacturing achievements, mineral speciinec?, and aKricuItural producU ever exhibiteü. Tbe grounus devoted to the Exhibition are sítuated the line of the Pennsvlvauia Railroad, and tabrace four hundred and fifty acres of Fairmount Park. all Bhighly improved and ornamentad, oo - wbicli are erected the largtïst buildings ever cos - struuted, - five of these covering an area of flftj at;rt'w, and costing $5,000,000. The total numberot bnllduiga erected for the purposes of the Exhibí tion is over me huudred. The Pcnnsjlvania Eailroad, THE GREAT TRUNK LINE. AND F AST MAIL EOUTE OP THE U. 5, will lt' the most direct, convenlent and económica] way ut" reachltkg Philadelphia, and this n-ut Eiliihitioii f rom all sectioiis of the country. Ib tiainstoand lumi Phfladelpbia will pass thruugb a, GRAND CENTENNIAL DEPOT, which th Oompany have ereeted at the Maiu Entrance totht lixliibition Gummis, tur the accomimxlatiou o! passeugers who wish to stup at or start froin tbs uumerous larue hotels coptlguous tu this station .uiil the Exhibition, - a convenid nee of the greawst Viihit' ti visitors, uud atforded exclusively by tlw Pennsyl ranU Kuilroad, which is TUK ONLÏ ÜLNE RUNNING DIRKCT Tü TUK CKXTENKIAL BUILDINGS. Excursión iraina will also slap ut the Encampnicnt of the Patrons of HusbaodTj, at Kim st ut i ii, ou t h is road. JSThe Pcnpsylrania Rail road is the grandtfl y railway organizatiou in the world. It control; f seven thousiind miles of road way, fonuing j uous Un68 to Philadclphia, New York, líültimurf, and Wasfaingtob, over wliich luxurious day aw I night curs are run f rom Chicago, St. Louis, j viilc, (jiiKïiiiiiati, Indi;tnapolis, Columbus, ToWtj Cleveland, and brie, without change.-Lp It-s inuin lint' is luid with doublé and third tract of beavy Stoel rails, upon a deep bed of brokes Ntoiif ballast) añd its bridges are all of iron of stooe. lts passenger traius aru equlpped withew ry known iniprovemcnt for comfort uud safefcyf" ure run at fus ter sptïfd for greater distauces tlun the traius of any line on the continent. TheCoo pan y has largely iucreased its equipuient foi . tennial travel, and it will be prepared to bxiitJ, i ita wil shops, locoinotives and passenger cars t short notice, sufficlent to nccommxlate any t-xtr demand. The unequaled resources at the coiuiimm of the ('oiupany guaraxttee the most perfect acto modations lor all its patrons duriug the CenteumalExhibitiou. THE MAGNIFICENT SCENERY for which the lViinsvlviuiia Bailroad is bo justly eclebrated, pfr senta to the traveler over its perfect Road way B ever-changing panorama of river, mountain, aw landscape views unequaled ín America. TUK BAHNG-8TATI0NH on tliis line are surpasMd. Meals will be furuishetl ut suitsM hours and iintple time alluwed for enjoving ilieu. KXt'lTltölOK TICKKTti, at reducid ratcs, wjll be sold at all principal Railroad Ticket Olfices u the West, Northwest and Suiithwest. j8ííBü sure tltat your tickets read via the Gn Pi'iinsylviiiiiit BOUW In the Oentenniiil. FRANK THOMSON, D.M. BUVD.JR, General Manager. Gen't Pats'r M National üentennial RouteTAKB THE Baltimore&OMoR.R THE ONLY DIRECT KOUTE TO THECENTENNIAL WASHINGTON CITY ! liy this line pusaengeis ure lunded at the f1? tennial Uiound, or at Broada nd l'ine Streels, viciuity of the liuding hotels in Philadelpbi&i "s they muy prefer. Holders of Throuyh Tieketa CAN 8TOP OFF AT THE National Capital! And visit the Government Buildings audtb muny object of interest in anl ubout Waahiug1011 City. Tiuvelers dediring A SPEEDY, PLEASANT & COMFOETABLE TRIP Should remember that the Baltimore & Ohio nailroad Is oelebrated for ita elegant CoachoB, Splendid Ho tuis, (rund and üeautiful Muimtniu aud Valle? Scenery, and the mauy poiuU of Historie inWrW along its liuc. -3SHFre will uln)ii bcus loiï' B-Si' by any otber Liuc. PULLMAN PALACE CABS KUN rHUOliTll WITHOUT CHANGE öutween the priucipal WE5TEEN & EASTERN CITIES. For ThrouRli Tickets, liuggage Check, MoviiK'iit of train, SlcepinK Car Aoetñtnodation, óíc.apply at Ticket OltireB at all principal poiní, NORTH, SOUTH, KASTOIt WKST K. H. DORSEY, L. M. COLB, ,. As't Uen'lTicket Ag't. Gen'l Ticket AS' THOS. V. BARRY, THOS. R. 8HAKP. WVst'u J'inBii.fur Agent. Maater of TrtiisP "■

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