! WOBTH A GUINEA A BOX.11 ïM3 Science i í jOflii MEDICAL ij iltjOO SCIENCE! fcÁgGjjjfe? great triumph in ! r the production of ' BEEGHAM'S M ■ ■ f nhlch wlll care Sicu ] ! SMI C ""I od all! lm LLú MlHou. and Kfp. : ' ■".,. , . TOU Dlmriliri ; nrsmg from Impolpd Dlseulon. ' , tlputlua and Dlordrcd LIt„, nd ' iÏ!Ttrmfl1}Ic"r rMtore "O" to TOmpleto ! ' ' k O'ldnigeists. MntsaW! i fjygy Yylt. Depot. 365 Canal St. 47 Toledo, Ann Arbor and North Michigan Railway. Time Cari in effect January 24, 1892. Air.val of tiMin at Ann Arbor only. GOING NORTH. No. 1. Mail and Express 7 27 a. m No. 8. Passgr, Ann Arbor Accom . . . 12 00 noon o. o. Mail Passenger 4 25 p. m. GOING SOUTH. Mail Passenger 11 18 a. m MailExpress 840p.m. No. 8. Passenger, Toledo Accom .... 7 00 a. m . _Trains3 and 6 run between Ann Arbor and Toledo only. Central Standard Time. All Trains Daily except Sunday. W.H. BENNETT, R. S. GREEN'OOD, Gen. Pase. Ajrent. Local Agent. Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti Street Railway. Time table takinie effect October 4, 1891. c2on A?LArtmr irom Court Hove 6.15, iStSStiSfiiVtr 2'30' 350 6J' Leave rpsüiinii at 6.00, 7.15, 9.00, 10.130, a. m and 12.;, 2.00, 3.30.5.00, 6.30, 8.00, 9.30, ll.OOp. m. SUNDAY TIME TABKE. Leave Ann Arbor irom Court House at 2 20 3.50, 5.20, .50, 8.20, 9.50, p. m. . i?ave l'PSí'aiiíi at 2.00, 3.30, 5 00, 6.30. 8.00, y.oO, p. m. Can run on City Time, Coupon tickets, 10 cents. For sale ty conductora. TRUCK l STORAGE C. E. GODFREY. Residence and Office, 46 Fourth. Ave., North. Telepbone 82. I II K ? lí fe w rl E u O M W E'S H L r I HJ 3 S c t & 2 i M Pf gE Ï i II ö ij J!J THE SOIÍG OP THE "No. 9." My dress is of fine polished oak. As rich as the finest fur cloak, And for handsome design You just Ehould see mine- No. 9, No. 9. I'm beloved by the poor and the rich, For both I impartially slitch ; In the eabin I shine, Iu the mansion I'm tine - No. 9, No. 9. I never get surly nor tired, With zeal I always am fired ; 'Po hard work I Incline, For rest I ne'er piue- No. 9, No. 9. I am easily purchased by all, With instalments that monthly do fall; And when I am thine, Then life is benigu- Xo. 9, No. 9. ■ To the Paris Exposition I went, i.Tpon getiing the Grand Prize intent; I leftall behind, The Grand Prize was mine- No. 9, No. 9. At the Universal Exposition of 1889. at Paris, Franee, the best sewing machines of the world, ineludlng those of America, were in competition. They were passed upon by a jury composed of the best foreign mechanica! experts, two of whom were the leading sewing machine manufaeturers of France. This jury, after exhuustive exam.ination and tests, adjudged that the Wheeler & Wilson machines were the best of all, and awarded that company the highest prize offered - the GRAND PRIZE- giving other comijunies only gold, silver and bronze medals. The French government, as a further recognition. of superiority, decorated Mr. Nathaniel Wheeler, president of the company, with the Cross of the Legión of llonor- the most prized honor of France. The No. 9, for family use. and the No, 12 for mimufacturing uses, are the best in the world today. And now, when yon want n sewiug machine, if jou do not get the best it will be your owu fmilt. Ask your sewing machine dealer for the No. '.1 Wheeler & Wilson machine. If he doesn't keep them, write to us for descriptive catalogue and terms,. Agents wanted in all iinocenpied territory. WHEELER & WILSON MPG. CO. Chicago, I ) FOR SALE BY Michael Staebler, Ann Arbor, Midi.