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Important to Ladles. We invite the attoatiou of the Ladies to a Large Stock of Millinery Goods comigned to us. Will be sold at Auetum to the highett bidder. Commencing Saturday, Jan. 13th 1877, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at Maynard's old store. A. S. Ellswobth. T. L. Hows, Auctioneer. ■ i n! iliK and ruiming. Mis. L. C. Moore will take scholars in Peneü and Crayon Drawing, in Water Colora and Oil Painting. Specimens can be seen at 41 Washington Street, ANN ARBOK. Notlce. A large number of subscriptions to the Argus expires with the last issue. We send this number to all old subscribers hoping for a prompt renewal in every instance, by a payment of the ad vanee price, tl 50. A few subscribers have not yet paid for 1876, and by our advertised ternia are indebted to us in the mm of $2 00. If they will immediatdy make payment for the year in arrears and for 1877, Ï3 00 will be accepted for the two years. By immtdiatdy we mean befan the first day of February. After that date the $2 will be exacted in every instance. Ann Arbor, January 3, 1877. E. B. POND. 1 1 -i i Scarcity of Money. There is no doubt but the present condition of all kinds of business and industry is fearfuliy depressed, and it behooves every family to look carefully to their expenses. Winter is coming on when children are liable to Croup, Whooping Cough. etc. Coughs and Colds will prevail everywhere, and Consumption with other tliroat and lung disease wiil carry oft' many. These diseases ahould not be neglected, Doctor Bills are expensive, and we would advise our people to use Bos('HEios' (jekman Stkup. It never bas failed. One bottle at 75 cents will keep your whole family well during the winter. Two doses will relieve any case. Sold in all towns in the United States, and by your druggist, Ebekbach & Co.


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