The Field of Gettysburg is to the old soldier and the student the most interesting of all the earths' battle grounds. ïhose who go to Washington to attendtheencampment of the G. A. R. in September, will have the best opportunity of visiting Gettysburg by taking the line of the Michigan Cenwal and the Northern Central, which includes a side trip to Gettysburg either going or ï'eturning. For those who wish to return by way of Philadelphia, all return tickets will be honored either via the short line or via Philadelphia, allowing stop-over at Baltimore, Philadelpbia and Harrisburg. The stop at Philadelphia will permit of a side trip to New York and return at the low rate of 4.00. During the summer seasonthe Michigan Central gives the privilege of stopping over at Niágara Falls at any time within the life of the ticket returning, upon depositing it with the ticket Agent there, affording a valuable opportunity to see the beauties of the great cataract and vicinity at leisure. Tickets are also sold to Washington via Tolado and the lines south and east therefrom. The Michigan Central is the shortest route, the best route, and offers inducements that no other line can give. Special trains will leave Ann Arbor about :4ö p. m., Sept. 17, arriving at Washington 7 p. m. the next day. For sleeping car reservation or any additional information apply to H. W. Hayes, Agt. Ann Arbor.