WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC. FOK SALE. -A new milch cow. Cali at 5-15 W. W. Boyle's. Webster DRAFTS on all European parte for sale by 5-i5 JAS. R. BACH, 16 Hurón street. TICKETS for the Anchor Line of ocean eteamers for sale by JAS. R. BACH, 16 Hurón street. 5-15 PARTIES having property for sale should leave the same at BACH'S Real Estáte Agency, 16 Hurón street. 5-15 FOR RENT.- Several flrst-class houses. Cali on J. R. BACH, 16 H uron street. 5-15 1NSURE your property with JAS. R. BACH, 16 Hurón street. Only flrst-class companpanies represented. 5-15 TORENT.- New house on east Summitst. Goort cellar and good water. Inquire at City Mills. 4-8 MISS M. B. CORSOK will be at Mrs. M H. Southard's Millinery Store after January 12, where artistic work in cutling, fiitingand draplng will be done. ÜO i'OU wagt a situation in Chicago or the west? Writethe Eniployers' Assoeiatien, Cbleago, 111., stating what you can ao ANN ARBOR NÜHSERY- Fruit and ornamental trees. Peach and pear a specialty. Qrape vlnes, berry plants, etc. Pnce low. Jaoot Ganzhorn, head of Spring street. FOR KENT- Two commodious pleasant flats, with six rooms eaoh in New Block on State rtreet. Enquire at No. 18 South State street m-tt. PIANO TüNER.-We have secured Mr. T C. Phelps, an expert piano tuner and repairer, to do our piano wort. He comes to us most bighly recommended. Any orders left for hlm at our store will receive prompt and carefa] attention. Aiimendinger Piano and Organ Co. fOK A bargain. The desirable property known as "Oak View," Milleravenne, Ann Arbor, niee ten roomed frame dweiling, barn, other out buildings, nearly new, best well water, soft water in the house, 6% acres land, good assortment of fruit trees, seven minute8walk from court house, fine location. Applysoon. P.O. box 1700, or on premiaes. C. Geo. Liddell, 7-11 AS it is quite an object forme to" ocate near the University, 1 offer to exchanee fora house in the city of Ann Arbor, a fine house and lot in the hustlng cit3' of Battle Creek. oentraliy and nlcely located (No. 199 Jefferson street), on street care line, and wlthin two minutes' walk of two depots, and flve minutes walk of Main streei, which bringsthe M. C. Depot near at hand. The place is worth about $2. '00. Will pay diOerence in cash.if neoessury. Title perfect. Address or cali on K. E. Reeve. Dextfir, Mieh. An Orciinance Authorlzing the Ann Arbor Street Railway Company to Extend lts Railway Lines Under the Provisions of "An Ordinance Relative to Street Raüways," Adopted August 13, 1888, and the Amendments Thereto. The Common Council of the city of Ann Arbor ordains: Section 1. That the consent, permission and authority of the city of Ann Arbor is herebygivento (he Ann Arbor Street Railway Company, lts successors and assigns, toextnd its railway Unes and opérate its cara upon the streets and avenues hereinafter mentioned subject to and ander the proyisions of "An ordinance relativo to street railways;" adopted August 13th, 1888, and the amendments tnereto. Section 2. Said railway shall be extended, eomniencing at the intersection of State and William Streetë: running thence southerly along State street; to Monroe Street thence easterly along Monroe Street to Twelfth Street; thence southerly along Twelfth Street to Hill Street; thence eagterly along Hill Street to the intersection of the present line of railway on Washtenaw avenue. Also fi-om the intersection of State and Monroe Street along State street to the city limits. Also from the present terminus of the railway on Detroit street over the railroad and Huron Rtver bridges, and along Broadway northerly to the city limits. Also from the intersection of William and State Streets. northerly along State Street to Huron Street; thence west on Huron Street to the city liHiit-. Section 8. Said extensión shall be commenced as early as practicable in the Spring of 1891, and completed and in operation on or before one year from the adoption of this ordinance. Sectinn 4. Said Railway Company shall grant, to passengers desiring a continuous ride, a transfer from one of its lines to another at the intersections thereof, without extra charge. This ordinanee shall take immedlate effect. Passed in Common Council this 2fith day of January, A. D. 1891. Jas. R. Bach, Approved January 31, 1891. City Clerk. C. H. MANLY, Mayor.