The Niágara Falls. The Michigan Central eDjoys peculiar advantages as a route for the Western man who travels either for business or pleasure. In connection with the New York Central and Boston & Albany, It forras the Direct and Great Central Route to Syracuse, Albany, New York and Boston, to which polnts it runs through cars. This is the direct route to Richfield, Clifton, Rallston and Saratoga Springs, the Adirondacks, Catskills and the Hudson, and is the only route that passes by and in front of Niágara Falla, and gives the passengers satisfactory view of the Falls from the car window or platformi Trains stop at Falls View, where the flnest views are obtained, for the express purpose of permitting the traveler to enjoy the scène to the best advantage. At Niágara Falls connection is made with the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburgh Railroad, running through cars to (Jlayton, where the steamers are taken for the Thousand Islands, Alexandria Uiiy and Montreai ; and to Fabyan's and Portland, through the heart of the (rlorious White Mountain región. With the Canadian Pacific it forms the direct route to the great Canadian cities of Toronto, Ottowa, Montreai and Qucbec, and to tue wonderful lake and river scenery, full of delight to the tourist, the hunter and the lisherman, so recently opened to the world. Nearcr home its own lities offer a score of delightful suin iiierin jf places: Diamond Lake, witU iUemeralU isle in brilluint setting; Sister Lakes, a restful refute for the weary within easy reacli of the city; Higgins, Houghtou, Otsego, Mullet, Burt and Crooked Lakes, full of sport for the enthusiastic disciplea of Izaak Walton; Topinabee, the site ol the Northern Hay Fever Itesort Association, and, above and beyond all, the wonderful weird island of Mackinac, gem of the northcrn seas, paradise of the tourist and sportsman, washed by á crystal flood, bathed in an atmosphere of purity, and orowned with a halo of aboriginal tradition and hlstorlcal as3ociation. Altoether no road offers to the travcler more enclianting routes than those described and pictured In the beautiful little book called "In Summer Days,'' which O. W. Kuggles, the General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, Ills., will send to any address on recelpt of a couple of stampa for postage.