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New York Mercury for 1883. Fully equipped with thefinest printing machinery in the world, capable of working off 30,000 copies per hour, the New York Mebcuby will enter upon its FORrY-FIFTH VOLUME, commencing January, 6, 1883, with a deterniination to more than ever ment the liberal patronage which has marked its career for nearly half a century. Arrangements have been consummated, both at home and in Europe, to secure for the ensuing year many sterling novelties to increase the already incomparable variety of literary attractions which have always made the New York Mebcuby a weieome guest in every home circle. BEDUCED BATES OF SUBSOBIPTION. But in order to enhance the already wide-spread circulation of the New Yobk Mercuby, the proprietor has determined to reduce the annual subscription rate for 1883 from $3.00 to $2.50 per annum, thus making it the largest, handsomest, cheapest and best family paper in the United States. Each subscriber will get 1,800 SQUARE INCHES OF READINd MATTEB 52 TIMES A YSAR FOR $2.50, comprising more than 15,000 lines of choice literature in each issue - nearly equaling the oontents of a 35-cent magazine. The New York Mercury will be mailed, postage free, for six months, for $1.25, or three months for 75 cents. Sample copies sent when requested. Address Wm. CaüIíDWEIíL, Proprietor, j26-4t] No. 3 Park Row, New York City. The best flve cent cigar in the city at Preaton's, opposite the post-office. TO BÜILDËRS. Sealed hids will be received by Leonhard Gruner for the construction of a School House, in the Sixth ward of this city. until Monday mng, the igth inst.. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of Judge Harriman, in the court house, after Monday next. Right, to reject any and all bids reserved. By Committee. Ann Arbor, February 1, 1888. c TH E C RE AT C U R 1 e I TOB. S -RH EU MA Tl SM- s A It i tor all the painful -"t-n- of the t : KIDNEYS.LIVER AND BOWELS. 0 it cleanseti th aratem of the acrld poUon 0 that oaxuoa Uiü readful Buflterinjf whloli oaXy the viotim of RhenmaHam cn realiae. L THOU8ANDS OF CASES -1 ; of the vont forma of thia terrible dlseew - B bTe been quiokly relievw: . and lu hort time L ■ PERFECTLY OUBED. o nucx, $1. Ligvni ok dut, solo bi uui'uvists. 5 UDry can be leut by mail. rz WEm.BICHBJ)8Of[Co..BurllnirtonV Business Locáis. If you wish a fine cigar cali at Preston's place. Mre. Miller who keeps the Diehl house onDetroit srteet would be pleased to have those in want of meals or an oyater stew, to give her a cali. For a choice cigar go to Prestou'si, in the Duffy block. Fob Sale- A farm of 60 acres. There is a good house and barns on the preiuises. The place is a mile and a half f rom the city. There is no better farm in the county for the number of acres. Jambb Hilbebt. All kinda of Uquid refeahmenta at Frank Bancroft's saloon. □Lost.- A gold locket and ohain, Sunday evening. The finder will be rewarded by returuing the same to the St. Jumen hotel. Frank Bancroft, the genial proprietor of the saloon in the basement corner of Huron and Fourth street, takes delight in waiting on his old friends and patrons Everything in the shape of a delicioun beverage is dispeuced over hig bar. Sweeping reductions in prices of Sewing Machine Supplies for the Singer Mauufacturing Company's Sewing Machines. Also, needies, for all machines. Canvassers wanted. Office on Huron st. two doors west of Saviugs Bank, Ann Arbor. O'Toole, Agent. Imus pays cash for live chickens. Preston keeps the best branda of tobacco and cigars. Cali and see him, in the Duffy block, opposite the post-office. Pianos and organs cüeaper than ever, at Wilsey's music store. Nice organs, with book and stool, from S50 to S60, cash. The famous Estey cottage organs; four difl'erent makes of pianos; flve of organs; store f uil of goods. Alvin Wilsey. Those desiring aid iu procuring pensions would do well to apply to O. L. Matthews, attorney at law, office over Binsey & Seabolt's store, Ann Arbor, Mich. He has procured a full line of blanks for that purpose from Washington, and will attend prornptly to all business eatrusted to his care. On and after Monday, February 4th, my music store will be closed eacli day (Saturdays excepted) until 1 o'clock p.m. Customers calling during the afternoon will receive my personal attention. AliVIN WlLSEY. Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes for sale by Preston, opposite the post-offlce. Wanted Immkdiately.- A good girl, at the homeopathie hospital. M. J. GiltjEtt, Matron. Watches and Jewelry ! J. lrl Sou, 46 South Main Street, Dealers in the Leadinir AMERICAN WATCHES ! In Gold and Silver Oases, in Stem aod Key Winding, Miinufaetured by the Leading Watcli Compauies. GOLD WATCH CHA1MS. Of Standard Quality and Various Patterns. A Laree and Complete Assortment of Lace Pins, Ear Ririüs, Bracolcts. Finger Rings, And Studs. siHir rimöii ra From the Most Ilrliable Manufacturera at Bottom Prices. The Repairing of Fine Watches is in Charge of Competent mul Skilled Workmen, at Fair Priees. ÍACKS0N FIRE CLAY CO. Manufacturera of Stone Sewer Pipe - AND - ÜZR-IHST TILE. All our Draln Tile are made of Fire Clay, arot UUUKUOl streuffth and liuht weight, whieh ma terially reduces the breakage aud expense ol transportation. The ditehing for thisclass of tilinfrislessexpeti slve, as they do not require to be laid below f rost but only deep enough to escape the plow. While this is more economical it also aids obtainingta better "fall" orgrade-to th drain. A f uil assortment of all sizes, for sala la sni quantities, or car load lots, at the FERDON LÜMBER TAI JAS. TOLBERT, Agent. "Tile, the Greatest Labor-Saving Machine of the Age." 2Y the Editor of The Chicago Trihune. Dwioht, 111., March 16.- One of the strongest and mMt convincing factg that I have yet seen with regard to tile drainage is brought out in the December report of the Agrieultural Department of Illinois. It is this : ACREAQE. Acreage in corn in Livingston County, 1881 868,587 Acreaee in oorn in Logan County, 1881. . 140,859 Livingston over Logan 127,738 YIELD. Yield of corn in Livingston County. 1881. .6,983,522 Yield of corn in Logan County, 1882 5,070,924 Livingston over Logan 1,902,598 In other words. Logan County has ratsed near ly as much corn on 140,859 acres as Livingston county has on 2C8,597 acres. Put it in another form, the farmers in Livingston County have been obliged to plow nearly doublé the acreage of land (268,597), and have raised but a very sntall percentage of increase of corn over their brethern in Logan County, who only had to plow 140,859 acres. Let us give it anotlier twist! A A farmer who has his land well tilled need only work eighty acres of land aud grow just about as much corn as the man who plows 160 and tak es all the risks of drouth and much besides. It is not fair, then, to conclude that the greatest labor-saving machine to-day of the age is the tiledrainr From the same source of inforimyion I gather the following as regards the progress of tile-drainage in these twocounties: Feet. Total number of feet laid in Livingston County upto 1861 1,140,798 Total number of feet laid in Logan County up to 1881 3,989,469 This table prove beyond all theory that owing to the f ree use of tile that one county bas been able to produce nearly as much corn on 140,000 acres of land as another county has produced upon 268,000 acres, whieh is nearly doublé, and the beauty of the whole is that it was done with half the work 1 Mr. Editor, suppose a kind Providence sbould lengthen out the spin of our days until we saw Illinois tuoroughly tile-drained, where would be put the corn that this State would produce, and what would we do with our "silver dollars" Samuel T. K. Pkim. . C. E. HOLMES, Proprietor of the City Drug Store ! Has the ohoicest lot of perfumes and tinLargest Stock of Pure Drugs I Ih the city. Also everyllmlg in the toilet and fancy uoods une, atprlces lower llian anywhere else. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. No. 12 Cookj Hotel lilook, Anu Arhor, Michigan. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DEMOGRAT, ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, The Best Local Paper in Washtenaw County. EBERBACH&SON Dealers In Drugs, Medicines And a fine lot of French Hair Brushes AND Eng;lish Tooth_Brushes. We cali special attention to our stock otjÊk Chemical Glass-ware, Apparatus, AND Pure Chemicals of our own importation. A full line of TIEMAN'S SURG'L INSTRUMENTS At Hst prices. STTJDEITTS Are cordially invited to examine our stock as," quality and prices, EBERBACH &.SON. MKS. L. N. FIÏCH. O HAIR-WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Hair Net, Invisible Crimps, I Ii-ji i l. Curls, &c. Hair-Dressing for Brides, Balls and Theatricals a Specialty. Hair-Jewelry Braided in any Pat'n Huron St. - - Ann Arbor, VSI will tuit be roqmnxible any wovk lef thirhl day from nnttee of ftnixh. GENUINE MILWAUKEE I 1 mm gj LAGER BEER DEPOT. 75,000 Bottles Sold per Year. í[ n Í i)() per day at home. Samples Í0 (U JU wurth $5 f ree. Address Stinson & Co.. Portland Maine. DO YOU TAKE A COUNTY PAPER ? Vt net, and you are about to subscribe for on we invite your attention to the ANN ARBOR DEMOCRAT And respectfully inforni you that Jt is the People's Paper IT PUBLISHES FULL REPORTS OF ALl IMPORTANT EVENTS In Washtenaw county. It gives a concise and ia teresun sunimuiy of THE WORLD'S NEWS, Poreign, American, Congressional, Western and Northern. IX priiits 2HE NEWS OF MICHIGAN. 3oiled down for brief reading, and gives a fu. synopsis of the doings of the Legislature. It chronicles ALL THE HAPPENINGS OF ANN ARBOR, The county seat, givlng full and accurate report! of the Circuit Court, Political Meetings, Farmera1 Clubs, University and School Matter, Eto.. Etc. IT IS FEARLESS In its denunclation of monopolies, and all other burdensthat weigh upon the People; aud shows up all frauds regardless of who it hits. ft pubüshes A GOOD S1ORY Every week, and has interesting articles for the young. tW-Its Price is $1. 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'THE DEMOCRAT" ld Published Everr Thursday Morning. 1Alyon&healy$ State & Monroe bts..Chicago.%A f pANDMCATALO.OUEf ,.J3flH Puinpom, EpuieU, Ijuuj, HBB H-it, Sun.lry BauJ OuttiU, RialrlHf )l af Cholea Bttud Muiic a JSX vn i m wuuted. $5 Ihv made wilil HTllH'w "' PUTFORM FAMILY (JF ■OltUKsCALH. Weighi up to ís 11.. Price, jf y $ t Dcuiestiti öcale Co.. Cin'ti, OI HAS BEEN PROVED The SURCST CURE for ï ÍKIDNEY D1SEASES. l Doea a lame back or disordored urine iodl cate that you are a victim ? THEN DO NOT "O C HESITATE; ue Kidney-Wort at once, B B ffistfl reoommend it) and it willBpeedily ,_ oome the disease and restore healthy action. o e ■ g-t c For eomplainta peculiar m LdUlvOi to your ex, sucli as pain -i andweakneasei.Kldney-WortiaunBurpaBBed, ï aa it wlll act promptly and safely. J Eit her Sex . Ineontino uee , retention of urine, o J5 brick dut or ropy depoaita, and duU dragffins C O palns, all peedily yield to ita curativo power. S p 0. 8OLD BY ALL DBUGGIBTS. Prioe $1. ■ ;, rrsaiaia isadV3H0 FRÉD SORG, Dealer in PAINTS, OILS.VARNISHHÜ BRUSHES, WINDOW QLASS, And all Paiuters' Supplies of the Best Qualitv SHOP AND STORE 26 and 28 East Washington !st ANN ARBOR. ■ MICMIUAN Estáte of Leoiiard Vaughn. STATE OF MICHIGAN, county of washtenaw ss. At a session of the probate court tor the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate ofSce, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Wednesday, the i!ts day of January, in the year one thousumi eight huudred and eighty-three. Present, William D. Harriinan, judge of probate. In the matter of the estáte of Leonard Vaughn deceased. Leonard B. Vaughn, the administrator of said estáte, comes into court and representa that he is now prepared to reuder his final account as such adniinistrator. Thereupou, it is ordered, that Monday, the 26th day of February next, at ten o'clock in the f orenoon, be assigned f or examining and aliowing such account, and the heirs at la w of said deceased and all other persons in terested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, in said county, and show cause if any there be.why the prayer of said petitioner should not begranted: And itis f urther ordered, that said petitiouer give uotice to the persous interested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereot, by causing a copy of this order to be published in Tlie Ann Arhai Democrat, a newspaper printed and circulating in said county three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, (A true copy.) Judge uf Probate, Wm. G. Doty. Probate Register. Sheriff Kale. NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of a writ of Herí jacta, h-sued out of the Circuit Court, for the county of Washtenaw, in favor of Frtderick Schmidt, jr,, against the goods, and chattels, and real estáte, of Danie Weiuett, in said county, to Josiah S. Case, sher iff of said couuty, to him directed and delivered who did, on the seventeenth day of April, A. D 1878, levyupon and take all the nght, title aud interest of the said Daniel Weinett in and to the following real estáte; that is to say; All that certain tract or parcel of land, situated in the village of Saline, county of Washtenaw, and State of Michigan, known, bounded and des cribed as follows, viz: Being a part of lot num ber two (2), section four (4), in said village of Saline, eonimencing on the east line of lot numberone(l), section four (4), sixty-six feet south of the northeast corner of said lot number one 1,1) ; theuce running easterly, at right angles witl the said east line of lot number one 0), eighi feet; thence uortherly six feet, parallel with the east line of lot number one (1), aforesaid; thence westerly eiglu feet to the said east line of lot number one (1); thence southe.-ly, to the place of beginumg, six feet. Also, all that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the village oi Saline, county and State aforesaid, known bounded and described as follows, namely: Cominencing at a point thirty-three feet west and sixty-six feet south from the northeast cor ner of lot number two (2), in section number f uur (4), in the village of Saline, according to said village plat, and on the south side of the Chicago road; thence west, at right angles, three feut; thence south, to the south line of said lot thence east, on said line, three feet ; thence northerly to the place of beginning. Also, lots uumber thirteen and f ourteen, in section four (4) n the village of Saline, county of Washtenaw and State of Michigan, according to the recordec plat thereoff, reserving a strip of land on the west side of said lot number thirteen for an alley Also, that certain tract or parcel of land situated in the said vi'llage of Saline, county and State aforesaid, known, bounded and described as follows, namely : Being a piece of land off from the southeast corner of iot number one (1), sec tion number eleven (11), in said village of Saline bounded and described as follows : Commencing at the southeast corner of said lot nuinber one (1), running northerly on the east line of said lot tlfty-flve feet; thence westerly, at right angles witnsaid line, seventeen feet ; thence southerly at right angles with said last mentioned line ftfty-Hve feet. to the north line of the Chicago ruad ; thence easterly, along the line of said road, seventeen feet, to the place of beginning Also, all those certain pareéis of land situated in said village of Saline, county and State aforesaid known and described as follows, to-wlt : Part oi lots eleven [111 and twelve 112], on section number three [3] , fronting on Henry street, in saic village of Saline, according to the recorded plai of said village. being the parts of said lots des cribed in a niortgage given by Daniel D. Wallace andwife to William Ilulhert; all of which I shall expose for sale, at public auction, or ven due, to the highest bidder at the north front door of the court house, in the city of Ann Arbor in said county, on the second day of April. A. D 1883, next, at eleven o'clock in the f orenoon o: that day Dated this 31st day of January. A. D. 1883. EDWIN W. WALLACE, Sheriff.. Eugene K. Frueaufk, Plaintiff's Atty. Beal Estáte for Sale. OTATE OF MICHIGAN. County of Wastenaw- O ss. In the matter of the estáte of Ann L. Covert, deceased. Notice ig hereby giren, that in pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned adminietrator of the estáte of said deceased, by the Honorable Judge of Probate for the County of Washtenaw, on the sixth day of February, A. D. 1H83, there will be sold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Ann Arbor, in the county of Washtenaw, in said State, on Saturday, the 24th day of March, A. D. 1883, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, (subject to all encumbrantes by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time of the death of said deceased), an undivided onehalf of thefollowing described real estáte, to-wit: Situated in the township of Ann Arbor, aforasaid , lying on the north side of the Dexter road, west of the city of Ann Arbor ; and being boundec on the south by said Dexter road a bout six rods, on the east by lands owned by Norman B. Covert, about ten rods; on the north by the garden fence, being about ten rods north of the Dexter road; on the west by lands formerly owned by Dr. A. Sager, about ten rods. NORMAN B. COVERT, Administrator. Dated Ann Arbor, Feb. 6, 18S3. Estáte of Thomas Fit zsinimoiis. OTATE OF MICHIGAN, Coiinty of Washtena O ss. At a session of the probate court for the county of Washtenaw, holden at the probate of fice, in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, the 5th day of February, in the year oue thousand eight hundred and elghty-three. Present, William D. Harrüuan, Judge of Probate In the matter of the estáte of Thomas Fitzsimmons, deceased. On reading and filing the petition duly verified of Davis Fitzsimmons, praying that a certain instrument, now on flle in this court, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be admitted to probate, and that Hascal Laraway, or some other suitable person, may be appointed administrator, with the will annexed, of said estáte. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the 5th day of March next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. be assigned for the hearing of said petition, and that the devisees. leeatees and heirs-at-law of said deceased, and all other persons interested in said estáte, are required to appear at a session of said court, then to be holden at the probate office, in the city of Ann Arbor, and show cause if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should notbe granted: And it is f urther ordered, that said petitioner give notice to the persons intêrested in said estáte, of the pendency of said petition. and the hearing causing a copy of this order to be published in the Ann Arbor Dkmociiat, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. three suecessive weeks previous to said df v of hearing, WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN. A true copy. Judge of Probate. Willmm G. Doty. Probate Reeister. JVotice to Creditors. OÍATE OF MICHIGAN, County ot Washtenaw O ss. -Notice is hereby given, that by an order, of the Probate Court for the cnunty of Washtenaw, made on the 5th day of Kebruary, A. D. 1883, six months from that date were allo wed for creditors to present their claims against the estáte of Henry Busenbark, late of said county. deceased, and that all ereditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to aid Probate court, at the Probate office in the citj of Ann Arbor, for examination and allowance, on or bef ore the sixth day of August next. and that such claims will be heard before said court, on Saturday. the flfth day of May. and on Monday the sixth rtay of August next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon f eaoh of said days. Dated, AnnArbir Febrnary 5, A. D. 1883. WILLIAM D. HARRIMAN, Judeeof Proba e. The Michigan Central Railroad, with its connections at CJhicago, affords the most direct and esirable route to travel from Michigan to all loints in Kansas. Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, linnesota, Dakota, Manitoba. etc. Michigan Central traína make sure and close connections t Chicago with through express trains on all Western Unes Rates will always be as low as he lowest. Parties goilg West will flnd it to tieir interest to correspond with Henry C. Wentworth, General Passenger and Ticket Agent of he Line, at Chicago, who will cheerfully impart ny iaforniation relative to routes, time of rains, maps and lowest rates. Do not purchaae our tickets nor contract your freight untü you lave heard from the Michigan Central. TOLEDO, ANN ARBOR & GRAND TRUNK RAILROAD. Taking effect Sunday, December 10, 188. Traías run by Columbus time. GOING NOltTH GOINO SOUTH gil ï i Í " 8 " 3, N Ë. STATIONS -g CO g mg M H L & P. M. P. M. A. H. A. M. P. H. P. M. 6.80 6.10 8.35 lvT'ledoar 9.35 3.35 5.4C 6.30 3.25 8.40 Man'n. J'n 9.32 3.25 5 30 6.40 3.38 8 47 Alexis J'n 9.23 3.18 ft.23 7 35 4.09 9.29 Monr'eJ'n 8.41 8.80 4.51 7.50 1 4.17 I 9.40 Dundee 8.32 2,07 i 4.42 8.10 I 4.27 I 9,54 Azalia 8.20 1.47 4,27 8.30 4 41 110.06 Mi'an 8.05 1.23 4.!C 8.55 4 59 1C.J9 Urania 7.58 l.Ofe 3 57 9.15 5.10 ' 10.25 Pittsfleld 7.48 12.40 3.47 9.35 8.80 10.35 Alm Arb'r 7.30 12.25 3.35 p. si lv ar a. m. a. h. 11.20 6.55 12.32 1 Jackson 5.20 9.20 9.50 A. H. 1.07 9.00 2.15 I BattleOr'k I 3,40 7.58 I 7.58 1.55 9.Í5 2.56 , Kalamazo I 2.50 7.10 7.10 7.30 in.50 4.50 G. Rapids ia40 6.50 6.80 6.00 6.15 10.35 AnnArbor 12.85 1 3.35 7.25 6.P0 11.20 SthLyons .... 111.85 3.00 . .. 7.30112.02 Howell [ 10.22 2.18 8.45 1.20 Lansing.. .. 9.10 1.00 10.15 3.00 Ionia 7 45 11 15 1155 5.(4 Edmore . .. 6.10 9.10 Connections - At Toledo, with railroads diverging; at Alexis, with Canada Southern, L. S & M. S and F&PM railroads; at Manhattan Junction. with Wheeling & Lake EJie railroad , at Monroe Junetion with L S & M S ; at Dundee, with LSt MS railroad; at Milan, with W St L &P railroad; at Pittsfield, with L S& M S.. at Ann Arbor, with M V railroad; at South Lyon, witli D L & N raüroad. H. W. ASHLEY, W. H. BENNETT, Supt. General l'assiiffw Awnt. ■ Hl f f" people are always on the lookout III I V l_ for chances to increase tlieir in I J% r earnings, and in time become W V I r Li wealthy. Those who do not improve their opportuuities remain in poverty, VVe offer a great chance to niake money. We want many men, women, boys and girls to work for us right in their owu localities Any one can lo the work properly from the first start. The business will pay more than ten times ordinary A'ages. Expensive outñts furnished free. No ne who engages fails to niake money rapidly. if ou can devote your whole time to the work, or nly your spare moments. Full information and ili that is ueeded sent free. Address ■ Stinson &Oo., Portland, Me. V - 0 F - - f {Jj '8 3p 1 . - - - , 9 - 1 1 ' 5 0 r JW I I rs.! : - . g qjj ,ifPHiriiiiiiiTti n íísCO , ö RAILBOADS. Tlf ÏCHIQAN CENTBAL RAILROA1" TIME TABLK, MAY 14tll 1882, GOING WEST. s ! É é'f 's i 8TATI0SS. B ,L S ï II f 7ts ?w r SM +u a. m. a. m. r. m. r. m. r. m. i'. Detroit Lv. 7.00 9.35 6.ii5 4.05 8.00 h.fO G T Jni.c 1.15 9.55 6.10 4 au 8.15]lO.IÜ June... 7.53 lo:9 6.42. 4.46, 8.45i .u YuBilunti S.S3 10 -J8 7U5 5.05; 9.081 11. X Aiin Arbor.„... 8.45 1100 7.24 6.281 9.M J 1.1 Dexter 9 08 7 48l 5.3J J.44 I Ohelsua 9.85 8.05 5.52 10.00 GrussLake 9.50 8.33 8.1S 10.30 p. m. -i. j. Jackson Ar. 10.10 9.00 1100 Jackeon Lv.l 1Ü.2U 12.13 .55 a.m 14.45 Albioi 11.04 12.50 7.40 11.56 !.Ü2 .urehall 11.50 1.8( _ g 8.051 1 43 P.M. g Battle Creek.... 12.19 1.63 ! B.40 12.47 Ü.OT A. M . üaltsbnrg 12.53 a. m. !)15 Kalainazoo 1.18 2.3 4.50 9.86 1.85 .ft Lnwton 1.58 5.25i 4.13 Decutur 3 07 6.4a t.W Üowugiac 2.29 (.07 3 57 Niiee 2.55 4.04 6.50 3.37 4.15 Bnchunaii 3.08 7.02 3.42 Ttree Oakü.... 8.88 7.S7 4.12 New Bnttalo... 3.53 4.52 7.40 4.851 .... Mich. Uity 4.23 5.18 8.08 5.US 5.28 Uke 5.13 HM 8.54 5.51 B.18 Kensiuüton 6.00 ti.50 9.45 6.40 7.11 Qhtcagu rA 8.50 7.40 10-S5 7.30 ( 'J GOING KAH'i . . gj STATION. O & J fl 5 f ?fi f ?a ;w Lm a m. a. m. r. m r. m. r. . Chicago Lv. 6 45 00 3.40 5 15 H.H. KeniillKtou 7.35 9.50 4.30 .05 I0.0T Uke S.H 10.27 5.1Í B.5(l W.i ich. City 9.03 11.13 6.00 7.3S HJ'i New Buffalo... 9 27 11.33 l'-MS Tliree üaks 9 43 6.40 I A. .. Buctaanan 10.10 r.M. 7.06 Siles 10.2') 12.18 lAtt 9.00 IÍ.4B Uowai'iac 11.53 8.08 I lü Decttur. 11.18 8.88 l.:!ï Uw.oii 11.851 1 531 a.m Kalamazoo 12.121 1.381 9.30 11.50 10.25 i.) BaliMhiiri: 12.?5 l"5"l 7.08 Hattle Crcek... 1.03 2.15 mS 7.38 11.08 8 üfl MarBhall 1.30 XW?L 8 081 11.88 8.11 Mbiou 2.13 3.21 8.32 11.55; i.l: A.M. A. M. Jackfou Ar. 3.0. luckson Lv. 3.09 4.05 7.05 9.30 12.10' S.l Q 3raLake 3.32 7.28 9.50 B.S6 IhelBi- 358 7.50110.07 ! 5.5(1 Dexter 4N15 1 8.08 10.1i 6.06 S.nn Vrhor 4 37 5.071 8.25 10.341 2.04j I..i5 ïpullauti 4.55 5.23 8 43 10.48 2.20 H.4J iVjyne June... 5.20 5.45 9.08:11.08 2.44 7.1 a. T. June ... H.00 6.151 !).45j 11 35 3.20 7.15 Detroit Ar. .15 6.80 1 10.001 11.50 3..É!ñ K.iO The New York Express, n fast train leavea Chi;ago at 3.:i0 in the arternoon and makca tlie tolJiwing stops, Michigan Uity, 5,30; Niles, i.27; Kallmazoo7.40; Battle Creek, 8. !(; Jaekson, 9'iS; Ann Arbor, 10 26; ïpsilanti, 10.41; G. T. Junetion, 11.25; arrivingiuDetroit at 10.40 P. M. Buiidüy t-xcepted tSaturday banda} excepted ►Daily. ll.NRÏ U. WBNTWOKTII, II. B. I.EDYAHI). O. f. 1. A., Okicauo. OenH Mananer, Dttrdl t akk bhork & michigan southekn Ij railway. YP3ILANT1 BKANCH - LANSINa DlVrSION. aoiNa west. LEAVK. MAIL. Ypsilauti 7 00 a. m. 9 15 a. m Pittsfield Junction 7 40 a. m. 9 84 a. m. Salink 8 27 a. m. B46a. m Bridgewater 9 15a. in, lOIHa. m. Manchester... 10 28 a. m. 108(1. lu, Watkine 10 55 a. m. 10 88 a. m. Brooklyn 1140a. m. 10 56a. m. Hillsdale S25p.m. 1805p.m. Banken 3 50 p. m. 1390 p. ra GOÍNG EAST. LKAVK. MAM.. Bankers S 00 p. m. 3 10 p. tn Hillsdale 8 30 p. m. 8 X p. Il Brooklvn 1 00 p. m. 4 2 1'. Watkins 1 50 p. in. 4 41 p. ra. Manchester 2 50 p. in. 55 p. m. Bridgewater 3 25p.m. 5 18 p. m. Salink 4 lOp.m. S Wp ui Pittsfield Junction 4 40 p. m. 5 89 p. m. YpsUanti 5 15p.m. 5 55 p. m. Way Freight goes west Monda;-, Wednegday and Friday east, Tuesday. ThuTsdn.v and Sut urday W. H. CANNIFF, Suuei intendant. Qoo. W. Hall, Ticket Agent.


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