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Day
30
Month
July
Year
1875
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Public Domain
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NEW ARRIVAL OF ■ SPRING AND SÜMMER CLOTHINB. WK. WAGNER is Just Received A FBNE STOCK, Which must and will be sold at nucífero suit thTTtimes Also a full stock of Cloths, to be CUT AND MADE TO ORDER. Style and Work warranted to uit. Also a Full Line of Furnishing Goods CALL and C. WM. WAGNER, 21 South Main St. Ann Arbok. 1496 T3INSEY & BEABOLT'S BAKERY, GROCERY - AND - FL.OÜR & FEED STORE. We keep constantly on nand, BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, ETC, FOR WHOLESALE and EHTAIL TKADE. We shall also keep a supply of DELHI FLOUB, J. M. SWIFT Sc CO'S BEST WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, RYE FLOUR, BUCK W WHEAT FLOUR, CORN MEAL, FEED, &c, &o. At wholesale and retail. A general stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS constantly on band, which will be sold on as reasoniible terms as at any other house in thi city. Cash paid for Butter, Eggs, and Country Froduce generally. B3T üoods delivercd to any part of the city without extra charge. niNSKY & SEABOLT, Ann Arthr. Jan. 1. 1875. 1514tL STILL OPEN. THE ANN ARBOB Mineral Springs House. Tliis honae, which has been open to the public for the past three years, has undergone oi'nianaKement and will hereafter be uudcr the superintcndance of Dr. Clelland, Dr. Halu having retirad from the establishment. The house will continue open to the public every day, as heretofore, except sundays. Hot, cold, nerfuined, and electric baths at all hours. Plunge, hot air and steam baths everv Wednesday and Haturday for the present. Ampie accouimodations for invalidsin search of health, or tourists in search of pleasure. Charges moderate. Sendtotho Superintendent for a circutar. 4W1539 $K tn fliOAPer day at home. Terms free. Ad. Oto JpaUdressÖ.SxiNiiONACo., Portland, M RAILROADS. M'CHIttAN CENTRAL BAILROAD. StTMMER TIME TABLE. OOINrt WBT. S % g . M . BTATIOSS. _! W B L & 21 '3 M H Q O ► A. M. A. M P.M. P-M. P. M. P. M. Detroit, leuve, 7 00; 9 60 3 30 4 00 5 4 9 50 Wayne, ! 7 56 10 36 4 07 4 40 6 34 10 37 Ypsilanti, 8 32 11 00 4 22 5 27 7 10 11 00 AnnArbor, 8 57 11 16 4 36 i 45 7 45 11 17 Dexter, 9 20 4 62 6 08 8 10 Chelsea, 9 40, 6 23 8 30 Grasa Lake, 10 07 6 49 9 00 10 3;p.M a. M. Jackson, P. M,12 33 5 40 7 15 9 30 12 46 Kalamazoo, 1 56 2 65 12 26 S 64 Chicago arrive, 7 351 8 00 I 6 30 8 00 OOING EAbÍ A. M. A. M. F. M. P. M. A. M. Chicago, leave, 500J9 00 515800 P. M. A. H. Kalamazoo, 10 60 1 40 10 30 2 35 P.M. p. M. A. M . Jackson, 2 12 4 05 7 0012 47 4 6S 9 50 Oraaa Lake, 2 45 7 32 1 6 23 1 Chelsea, 3 10 8 00 6 501 Dextei, 3 25 8 18 6 08 Ann Arbor, 3 521 6 101 8 37 2 22 6 28 10 47 Ypsilanti, 4 20 5 27 8 66 2 42 6 48 11 00 Wayne, 4 45 5 43 9 25 3 02 7 10 11 19 Detroit, arrive, 5 45 5 4610 lí! 3 50 8 00ll2 00 Flint & Pere Marquette R. R. TOLEDO, SAGINAW AND NOETBTWEBTEEN MICHIGAN. Close and reliable connections made at 'Wayne Junction with traína of the Michigan Central H. R. Pour tram North and íour South daily ezcept Sunday. In Effect Jült 18th, 1875. OOINO NORTH. " ë B BTATION8. 9 M U M && ZfH tW 'S, 15 S (3 L A.M. P.M. P.M. A. M. Wayne, leave 9 00 1 00 7 00 3 25 A. M. Holly, 10 80 2 28 8 29 5 00 Flint, 11 06 3 05 9 06 5 44 East Saginaw, 12 47 4 25 10 20 7 26 Bay City, arrive 12 20 5 00 10 60 8 00 P. M. Ueed City, - - 8 42 12 30 Ludington, 10 45 5 55 OOINO BOPTH. A. M. A. M. P. M. Wayne, arr. S 65 5 45 8 20 Monroe, airrive 4 05 9 15 Toledo, arr. 5 08 10 20 The steamer " John Sherman leaves Ludington on arrival of Day Express at 10 45 making close eonnections with the Sheboygan & Pon du Lac E. K. at Sheboygan for all pointe in Wisconein, Minneeota and the Upper Península oí Michigan. Returning leayes tíheboyganat 12 30 noon, connecting with the Night Express leaving Ludington at 5 P.M. ; connectione at Ludington also with steamers for Pentwater, ManUtee, i'ranklin, etc. 8ANFORD KEELER, Au't 8upt. J. P. Nouese, Qen'i Ticket Agent. DETEOIT, HILLSDALE & INDIANA RA1LROAB. OOINQ WEST. -1875- OOI EAST. stations. Mail. Exp. stations. KxpT Malí. A. H. P. M. Detroit, dep... 7:00 6:40 A. M. P. M. Ypsilanti.... 8:32 7:15 Banken 3:15 2:15 Saline 9:30 7:45 1 Hillsdale . . . 3:30 2:25 Bridgewater.. 10:00 8:03 Manchester.. 6:21 4:07 Manchester. 10:33 8:22 Bridgewater 6:55 4:27 P.M. Saline 7:25 4:46 Hillsdale 1:28 10:05 Ypsilanti.... 8:55 5:2 Bunkers 1:45 10:15 Detroit 10:15 0:30 Trains run by Chicago time. To take efiect July 11, 1875. W. F. PAKKER, Sup't, Tpsilanti. C. BLISS & SOU are now ready for the SPRING TRADE with an Elegant Stock OF New Goods coDBisting of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELKY, SilTer & Platefl Ware anda ering them at prioes never before offered in the market. Something nw in TEA. SETS and at a great teduction (rom foimei priceB. KTRemcmber we have tbe Largest Stock in tUe city. Cali and we lor yourselve. REFÁIRING NEATL7 AND PR0MFTL7 DONE. C. BLISS & S02Ï. 1522 LYNCH & KINNUCAÏï, MERGHANT MORS. 181 Jefferson Avenue , MERRILL BLOCK, Detroit, - Mich. OUR STOCK OF FINE WOOLENS Is the largest and most complete to be found in the city of Detroit. Gentlemen Yisiting the City Should examine these goods before purchaaing Our Styles are Imported expressly for us and are confined to our House. Samples sent to any part of the State. LYNCH & KINNUCAN. 1532wl3 _ ROOT & GRANGER, having secured the excluROOT'S ABSTRACT RECORD BOOKS for the oounty of Washtenaw, which they havo carefully revised, poated and periected, and navinn, with an extensivo ana reliable correspondence, opened a General Business Agency at No. 6 West Huron Street, in the city of Ann Arbor, will attend promptly to the sale, purebase and lealnRof real estáte, the loamng of money, cüllections.iieffotiationB, contractmg and conveyanoins Life uiul Pire Insurance, and to the praotïceüf I aw n the various Court of this State. AnnArbor,Mayl,l5.AcYw EooT B. F. GRANGBR. "TFULL LINE Sewing Machine JVeedles WINES & WORDEN'S. löOltf

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