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THE TfflUMPH OF LOVE! Happy and Fruitful Maniate. Every MAN who would know the GRAND TRUTHS.the Plain Facts, Af2r the Old Secrets and the VL&w"ti New Discoveries of MediJX$ï 'oa Science as applied to K W Married Life, who would y atone for past follies and ' V avoid future pi tf a lis, -- !- J should write for our won'üSxT'1 little book, called áfl Iftsil "Complete Manhood and JV WHow to xttain It." To 111 milíJ ary earnest man we will mail one copy Entlrely Free, in plain sealed cover. erieiedicalco.,! -wjsa:. herz, XO. 4 W. WASHINGTON ST. ÜOUSE, SlGH, OpAMENAL AND FRESCO PaIHTER, gilding, oalcimtning-, glazlng and paper hang ing. All work is done in the best style and rarrantod to srie satisfaction. TIME TABLE. Taking Effect June 7, 1896. Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard time. NORTH. SOUTH. 7:38 A. it. 7:00 A. M. +9:05 a.m. llr30A.M. +:38 P. M, +8:15 p. il. 10:30 P. m. S:55p. m. Daily, except Sunday. tSunday only between Toledo and Hamburg Junction. Daily, sleepers between Toledo and Frankfort. R. S. GREEN VVOOD, Agent W. H. BENNETT, G. P. A. Michigan (Tbntrm "The Niágara Feilt Route." CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Taking Effect March 1, 1896. GOING EAST. Detroit Night Ex 5 40 a. m. Atlantic Express T 30 " Grand liapids Ex II 05 Mail and Express 3 50 p. m. N. Y. & Boston Sp'l 5 00 FastEastern 10 12 GOINU WEST. Gd. RapidsFa'tN'pa'r....2 53a. m. Boston, N. Y. & Otf 7 30 Mail&Express 8 38 North Shore Limited 9 25 Fast Western Ex 2 OOp.m. G. R. & Kal. Ex 5 55 Chicago Night Ex 10 12 Pacific Express 12 15 ). W. E V QGLE8 H. W. HAYBB, G. F. T. Age nt Chlearo. Ae't Ann Arb ot


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