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Day
24
Month
April
Year
1874
Copyright
Public Domain
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MICHIGA5 CENTRAL RAILROAD. WINTER TIME TABLH. Passenger trninsaow leave the aeveral stations, a follows OOINO WESI. Ê 'i -SM ' STATIONS. W jg g CU w 4 D O 3 s_ __o_ _m_ o_ ___ p. A. M. A. H. P. M. P. M. P. M. P. M Detroit, leave, 7 15 10 15 1 20 4 00 5 40' 10 30 Vpsilanti, 8 43 1125 2 32 5 30 7 10 a. m AnnArbor, 9 02 11 43 2 51 5 50 7 4512 05 Dexter, 9 35 3 12 6 25 101 Chelsea, 9 52 5 30 8 30 Grass Lake, 10 19 p. m. S 55 9 00 Jaekson, 1C 65 1 05 4 30Í 9 35 1 30 P. M. A.M. Kftlamazoo, 2 20 3 40 7 40 12 25 Ohicugo arrive, 8 30 9 00 6 S0 8 30 i.í'INí; kamt. 3 & s &Í3 & 1 i _a_ _njoja _ö ü; q - A. M. A. M.l P. M. P. M. Clücago, leave, 6 00 8 30 ] 5 15 9 00 P. M. 'A. M. A. 11. Kalamazoo, 11 05 1 18 5 00 2 15 jp. M. a. m. Jaekson, 2 30 3 55 8 00 12 30 4 45 OrassLake, ' 2 56 ! 8 30 Chelsea, ! 3 24 8 53 A. M. Dexter, 3 41 9 09 6 25 Ann Arbor, 4 05 5 03 9 38 1 55 6 00 6 55 YpRilanti, 4 25 5 22 10 03 2 17 6 20 7 20 Detroit, arrive, 5 50; 6 25111 20 S SO 7 25 8 46 The Atlantic and Pacific Express run between Jackson and Niles on the Air Line. DET]IT7hÍLLSDALE & INI)fANA RAILROAD. GOINO WEST. -1873- GOIKG EA8T. 8TATI0NS. Malí. Exp. STATIONS. Exp. Mail. A. M. P. M. Detroit, dep... 7:15 5:40 A. M. p. M. Ypsilanti 8:45 7:15 Bankers 5:45 2:15 Saline, 0:25 7:43 HiUsdale 6:15 2:30 íridgewatcr . . 9:50 8:00 Manchester.... 8:35 4:08 Manchester. ...10:22 8:18 Bridgewater . . 9:00 4:28 P.M. Saline '9:25 4:45 Hillsdale 1:00 9:62 Ypsilanti 10:03 5:15 Bankers 1:15 10:00 Detroit 11:20 6:25 Trains run by Chicago time. W. F. PARKEK, Sup't, Ypsilanti. CITY DRUG STORE ! L. S. LERCH. Till recently with E. "W. Ellis & Co., has purchased the Drug Store of E. B. Gidley No. 12 EAST HURÓN ST. CCook's Hotel Bloek) vhere he-will be pleased to see uil bis frionas, and any in wapt of DRUGS, MEDICINES -:-OR :- FANCY GOODS. The Store will be re-fitted and re-stocked, and wül be known liereafter as the CITY DRUG STORE. F. S.- Ph?sicina' Prescriptions a Speciolty. 1469tf RailroaD Accident ! Cases after cases of GENTS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' READY-IYIADE Spring and Summer CLOTHING! are contiuually arriving for WAGNER. The gooda were bought for Cash so low that they can and wül be sold at prices Defying ail Competitioa, and juat suituble to those in need of CLOTHES, and pressed somewhat by hard times. Also those that take pride in wearing First-Class Clothes Wül be able to select from the best of Foreign and Dornestic maken of CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS And have them made at the same place in the la test Ötyle, and Warranted to Fit bef ore tht y leave, If anything in Furniahing Goods line they should happen to need, everything in the Gents' Dressing line can be found at Lower Prices than at any other Clothing House at WM. WAGNER. No. 21 South Main St., Ann Arbor 1468tf 'HOW TOJO WEST," This is au inquiry which every one sliouid have ruthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and a little care taken in examination of routes wül n many cases save mucb trouble, time and money. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad has aohieved a splendid teputation in the last three years as the leading Passenger Route to the West. Startng at Chicago or Peoria, it runs direct through Southern Iowa and Nebraska, with close connectiona to California and the Territories. It is also the short line and best Une to Quincy, Missouri, and points in Kansas and New Mexico. Passengers on their way westward connot do better than to take this route. This line has published a pamphlet entitled ' How to go West," which contains much valuable information ; a large, correct map of the Great West, which oan be obtained f ree of charge by addressin the General Western Passenger Agent, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Bailroad, Chicago, 111. 1461yl JAMES McMAHON, Justice of the Peace, Office in new block, North of Court House Money collected and promptly paid over. INSTTRANCK AGENT. Trinmph, assets, $127.903.11 Nortu Missouri, " 645,417.91 nibernia, " 350,000.00 REAL ESTATK. I have 80 acres of land xi of a mila from the city imits, ñuely located for fruit or garden purposes. Also 40 acres. Also 10 acres, with house and barn,and a llvel stream of waterrunning through the barn yard. 60 acre, a mileout. I will sell any or all the above cheap, or exchange forcitproperty. lS74yl JAMS McMAHON. TpOR SALE CHEAP f TWO BUILDING LOTS Pleasantly located. Inqnire of JOK T. JACOBS, Wtwl U South Main Strext

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