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Day
4
Month
September
Year
1874
Copyright
Public Domain
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MICIIHU CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. Passeugeurains now leave the sereral tttion,i followa QOISO WEST. p, K H HTiTioNh. [, j S " ! "a i ' "á S s 'a "s ■__ __o_ _w_:_i j5_ _á_ . A. M. A. M. P. M. !r. M.P. M. lp M JDetroit, loare, ! 7 00 10 00 2 00 4 10 5 4010 00 ïpsilanti, I 8 25111 10 3 08 5 80 7 10 AnnArbor, 8 50 11 25 3 271 5 50 7 45 11 35 Dexter, 9 17 3 50 6 20 8 10' Chelsea, 9 3,i 4 10 8 30 1 OrassLake, 10 02 p. m. 4 41 9 00! Jackson, 10 38 12 35 5 10 9 35! 1 00 P-M. a.k.I Kalamazoo, 1 58 3 05 8 20 12 25 ■ Chicago arrive, 7 35 8 00 6 30 8 00 OOING EABT. s_ q as i w í? io _ . , M. A. M. . P. M. P. M. Chicago, leave, 500:9 00 9 1 5 y 00 _ , PP-M. A. M. A. M. Kalamazoo, 11 05 1 35 5 00 2 35 P. M. A. M. Jackson. 2 33 4 05 8 00 12 30 5 10 Grasa Lake, 3 08: g 31 Chelsea, 3 33 1 8 65 a m Dexter, 3 60 - 9 17 6 35 AnnArbor, 4 13 5 10 9 45 155 6 30 7 00 Ypsilanti, 4 35 5 27 10 10 2 15 6 50 1 7 26 Detroit, arrive, 5 55; 6 3U.11 20 3 80 8 001 8 45 The Atlantic ana Pacific Express run between JackBon and Niles on the Air Line. Dated, May 24, 1874. DETËÖIT HÏLLSDALË"fNDfANA EA1LEOAD. GOING WEST. -1874- QOISO EAST. stations. llai;. Exp. stations. Kxp. Mail. Detroit, dep... 7:'oo' 5:4o' MYpBibinti.... 10:15 7:15 Bankers 7:00 2:30 Sahne 10:4S 7:43 Hillsdale 7:09 2:40 Bndgewater. . 11:03 8:00 Manchester.... 8:40 4:15 Munchester.... 11:23 8:18 Bridgewater . . 8:58 4:35 „.„ 1 pm. Saline 9:15 4:50 íh'Mí'lo 1:05 9:52 TpSWanti 9:45 S:20 Bankors 1:16 10:00 Detroit 11:20 0:30 Trains run by Chicago time To take effect Aug. 13, 1874 W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Ypsilanti. Flint & Pere Marquette R. E. TOLEDO, SAGIXAW AD NOKTHWESTEKN MICHIGAN. Close and reliablo connections made at Wayne Junction with trains of the Michigan Central K. B. Threo trains North and two South daily except Sunday. Time Caüd of June 23d, 1874. GOING NOItTH. Wayne, leave 1.15 r. m. 6.05 p. M. 10.35 p m. Holly, 2.55 " 7.25 " 12.57 A.M. Flint, 3.50 8.15 " 4.08 " East Saginaw, 5.1.5 " 9.32 " 6.25 ' Baginaw City, 5.20 " 9.37 " 8 45 " Bay City, 6.65 " 10.10 " 1.35 " Reed City, 9.30 " 12.15 p. m. ooino south. "Wayne, leave 3.00 p. m. 7.25 a. m. Mooroe, 4.10 " 8.38 " Toledo, arr. 5.10 " 9.35 SANFORD KEELER, Ass't Supt. J. P. Noüüse, Gen'i Ticket Agent. ROOFINC! THIS ROOFING IS DURABLE AND WATERPROOF ; VERY FLEXIBLE ; FAR BETTER THAN ZINC TO STOP LEAKS AROUND CHIMNEYS AND CONNECTIONS BETWEEN WOOD and BRICK. This Hooliiiií has been in use five years and is the best in use ! ROOFING PAINT! This paint will preserve shingled roofsan indefinite period, and is equally adapted to tin or iron roofs. Itis flre and water proof! This paint will be put on by the Company or sold by the gallon, with instructiona how to apply the same. ar No Coal Tar is used in eitber. We solicit the public patronage. All work will be warianted. All Communications should be addressed to the HUTCHINS R0OFING CO., P. O. Box 222, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. Residence 43 South Thayer Street. 78tf Briggs'House, Bandolph St. and Pifth Ave. CHICAGO. This well-known Hotel, rebuilt upon the oíd site has all the modern conveniences - Passenger Elevator, ííath Rooms, Hot and Cold Water in each Room, Elegantly Furnished, and located in the business centre of the city. TERMS: $3.00 Per Day. RICKCORDS & HUNTOON, : Propnetors, CITY DRUG STORE! SIO-3ST OF THE GLASS MOÏITAÏI ï Having been for the past four year with K. W. É11Í8 & Co., I have now purchased the Drug Store of E. B. Gidley No. 12 EAST HURÓN ST (Cook's Hotel Block). I have Cleimed, Ee-fltted and Re-stocked the Store with Pure DRUGS, MEDICINES. A Full line of Fancy Articles, rerfiimes, Brushes, Oombs, Soapa, Sponges, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuifs, &c. PAÏNTS & ÖIIS, PUEE WINES AND LIQUOES For Medicinal Turposes Agenta for Tieman's Celebrated SÜRGÍCAL INSTRUMENTS. Trescriptions a Specialty. L. S. LERCH. 1469tf NEW SPIBïiÉOJS BACH & ABEL'S A Large and well-selccted stock at the lowest cash prices. We invite an inspection of our assortment of and would cali especial attontion to our brand of BLACK ALPACAS " THE MARIE Sïl ÍART, Acknowledged to bo hu peior to any othcr imported. Chaney Brothers, American, and Lyons BLACK SILKS at reduced prices. A LARGE LINE OP Bleached and Brown Oottons including most of the popular branda Hill's, Lonsdales, Wamsuttas, New York Mills, &c. A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WHITE & UNHN GOODS. A full line of the oelebratod A. T. Stewart ALEXANDRIA KID GLOVES The best Glove imported. BACH & ABEL. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING ! Tlie Spring: Campaigrn OPENED ffljARHEST. BULL, THE CLOTHIER, Has just arrived and oponed the great One-Price CLOTHING HOUSE. IN MARTIN 'S BLOCK. Wbere you can now find the Larest, Finest and moat Complete Stock of RBADÏ-MADB CLO THIG HATS, CAPS, TBINKS, AM) G-ents' Fumisñíng Goods, Every before offered in A n Aiibor. Notrouble to snow Goods at tho Star Clotliint House, No. 33 láouth Main St., Enst side, And Albor, Mioh. GEORGE BULL. 147Stf T IVE ÖEESE FEATHültS PIBST CaTX-A-IiITY , Conatntlronhand audforsaleby B ACE & ABEL.

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