To:eK Aun Arbor & Horfll Michigan Itnllwa.v. Tl.MK SCIIKDI LB. 1 To tufce effect at o'clock, nooii, on Biiuday, Junè23d, 1884. Traius run by Central Time, (orvGNRTir i 1 NG SOUTH. US w -„ cl. Ó STATIONS. S.o" pg ? & 5 T.M. A.M I.MP.M. 5 25 7 (15 Toledo I 30 i 6G 5 80 7 II Manhattnn Janctlon 9 2tí 4 4H 5 40 7 28 Alexia Junclion 9 1U 4 85 4 7 :t" Hawrhorne 9 104 30i 5 55 7 4fi' Sainarla !t 02 4 22 0 09 8 00 Lulu 8 47 4 01 (i 14 H 15 Mouroo Junction S 42 3 5M tí 28] 8 80 Dundue 8 80(11 50 1 ( 28 8 871 Macou 8 '2j3 4.r B 88 8 4 Azalia 8 201 40 ti 4: 8 f Milán .1 uncí Ion 8 Ma 29 4( fl O.1) Milán 8 Oti 8 22 H 51 !t 09 Nora 7 50 3 17 i 68 H 22 Urania 7 52 i 10 7 0: 9 32 Piíssiield Junction 7 40 8 02 7 20 9 50 Ann Arbor 7 272 49 7 37 10 16 Lelaiid 7 12 2 80 7 45 10 Li Worden 7 08 2 L5 8 00 10 5 SouibLon 8 50 'I 10 ConnectioDs: At Toledo, wlth railroads dlverginir- at Manhattan JuuctioD, wilh Wheeline & Lalti: Erie K. !(.; at Alexis Junction, with M. O. K. lí., h. S. & M. S. Ry. and V. & P. M K. R.; at Monroe Junction. with h. S. & W. S. Ry.; at Uundee, with L. . & M. S. Ky.. M. fc O. Ry.; at Milán Junction. with Wabash, St. Louík & Pucittc liy.; at Pittsfield.with L. s. & M. Bi BJr.! at Ann Arbor wlth Michi;an Central lí. K., aim at Sotitli Lyon with Deiroit, I-aneing & Northern H. R., and Qiand Trunk Ry. H. W. ASHLEY, General Supt. W. H. BENNETT, Gen'l. Pasa. Agunt. THE LI1ÍE SELICTED BT THrE U. S. GOT'T T0 CAESY THE FAST MAIL COITVG WEST. ONLT LIWE EÜNiniíG TWO THK0UGH 1 TBAI1ÍS DAILY FB0M CHICAGO, PEORÍA & ST. LOUIS, Tbrougb the Heartof theCoTitlnent b way of I'iuiüc junction or Omaha to DENVER, or via Kansas City and Atchieoj to Denver, conoectingln Union Depots a t KaiLsaa City, Atclnson, Ornaba uuü Denver wlth tlirough trama for SAN FRANCISCO, and all polnts In the Far West, bhortest Llneto K ANSAS CITY, And all poluta Ib tbe Bouth-Wet. 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