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Day
13
Month
February
Year
1885
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"Drink.pretty creatures, driuk."at little at a time, and you will relieve yourcold, and not raok your cüest and lungs to pieces, and keep every body else in u state of agitation . Yon surely onght to spend a quarte for a bottle of Dr. Bnll's Cough Syrup. It will pay! A big thing on ice- The price. Are Yoti Tired of Being Sick -We want to gay a word to the men, women a"d girls who work in stores, offices and faetones. They are hundred of tkousands of you in the country. Very few of yon are well. Yon are shut up too much and exercise to little In thia way you get sick. Your blood is bad, your digestión poor, your head often aches, you don't feil like work. Your liver, stomach and kidneys are out of order. Paiker's Tonic lian cuied hundreds of such cases. It is pure, suri and pleasant. Ai OjfflLÉÏ! Tne assignee stock of clothing I have for salo must be solí! either at retail.or all at once during the next thirty days. This isa good chance for gome one who wishes to start in business. Bidswill be received by mail. This stock has been in marketonly abouttwoyears most of it lesstime. Until the stock is disposed oTin bulk itwill beoffered at private sale. Room, Goodrich & Cuinan's former stand. RospoctfullyJOE T.JACOBS. INFORMA riONTO OUR FRIENDS AnH to the public. I have just removed my MBRhait Tailorii Store From East Liberty -st. tu the St. James block on WestHuron-st. and have fltted up my rooms elegantly I am very to say that 1 have secured ihe servises of M f Wm Theioon of Syracuse, N. V , as my ciittiil'who as an "■'- tistinthe bu3ness has no superior, and I am now fully preparedto satisfy the most fastedious drasser. With my line of Cluths, J'antings and pvercoatings no one can help gatting just what he wants. I am aready securing new styles of Spring Uoods as they ampiar in market, and I only have to say in regard %i prices, tliat tliey are so exwodingly low that no man win look for anyother establishment. 1 raake elegant pants for $4 and upivards. Suits for $18 and upwards, Overcoats for 815 and upwards. AH work guaranteed to be perfect in flt. Now come and see me and 1 will prove yo the facts. iiepaiving done with neatness and despatch, and very low. Biirclifierd Toledo, Aan Arimr & Northern Michiaran Ruilway. THI1OUQH TIME TABI.E lakinjr effect January 18, 1885. 1 GoingNorth. QoinK SouMi. 6 I 2 ! STATIONS. 1 i a Ex. Mail_ Standard Time. Ex. Mail. ím i:?5 Toledo :S0 4:88 im 7:J4 Manhattan Junrtion BSJü I 448 'i 7.23 Alexis Junction . ... 9:1B 4;38 ■ 10 815 j Mcinroe Junction .... 8:42 1 :)r.!l 385 830Dundee 8 30 8S0 340 84liAzalia 8 ■'() :t 40 357 W Milan 8 OH 822 4 V-, 9 22 Urania -, wi 3 10 4 25 9 :b Pittsfleid 7 4f 3 08 4 42 9 50 Ann Arbor 7 37 I ; si 5 35 10 35 South Lyon 6.r){l 3 10 I . Connections at Toledo with railroads diverg. ' ing AtManhatten Junotion with Whepling & Lake Ene R. U. t Alexis Jnnction with M e R. KL. S. R'yand F. ft P. M. i{. h At Monroe Junction with L. S. & M. S. KV At Dundw with L. 3. & M. S„ and M. & O li'y At MJton b. & M. S. R'y., and at South Lvon with Detroit IJinsing & Northern R. R„ and G T R'y H W. XSHLEY, W. H BÉNNÉTT Oen. Superintendent, lien. Passenger Agt.ft S. COLLIHS, Dealer ia STONE, UME, WATER LIMEi CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, B-R-l-C-K, PLASTERINGHAIR, -And all Kind of- "WOOD . iar-OFFICE:-eorner of Fifth & Huron-Sts._ AnnArbor - Mich. Michigan CMEMM The Miagara Falb Route. TIME TABLE, NOV 16tl , 1884. II trains run hy Ninetieth Meriiiian, or Central Standard Time. soma ka. STATION. I d ,L _. 5„ ■&L 5 as íj =&s& I K.j . M. P. . p. M.i r. M -■'hicago Lv. 6.45 8 55 4.2Ü 84JÍ1ÓSÓ SJUes 10.20 12.13 8.15 11.40 2.W Oecatur 11.10 S.02 25, Lawton. 11.87 9.18 305 Salama.oo.PM 12.03 J.45 9 50Í B.45 l'ÓO 8 85 Balesburg 12.2-5 r 7.03 .. 3' 52 B-ittle Creek... 1.05 i.2: 'a 7.33 1.43 4.'22 a 1' '.60 3 05 -=.0 8 00 2.08 -1.46 ■U'Hon i.lS g.2B Í5. 8.25 2.35 5.09 iacknon Ar. 3.05 'ackíoii I.v. 3.0.5 4.03 7.00 9.18 3.25 5.55 rauLlke 3 30 7.24 9.39 6 ir nelgea 3,55 7.47 10.00 t 38 'er 4.11), 8.01 10.13 6 ."2 (UmArbor 4.32 Ö.12 8.23 10.S3 4.36 7Í12 Styaüanti 4.50 5.25 8.43 10.47 4.52 7 2S yayne June... 5.15 5.46 .10 11.07 S.lfi 750 Spnng'vells.... SJSI 6.15; 9.50 11.35 5.45' 8 23 'elroit Ar. 8.05 6.25 10.00 11.45 5.55 sjjo St. Thomas Ar 11.15.110 ' ' lOlö'ïas A.M Volland 2.03' 5 15 120 6.58 ral(s v lew . 1 60 Niágara Falls 2.291 1 55 6 20 Susu. Bridge.. 1 2.45 2 10 HA0 luffulo Jtrj 3.40J Ü5 3 30 r.85 GOINH WïST. TATH.M. a ,LLil'oïa Ijspijl Stil „ _ , I-.M.A. M. P.M. p.M. A.M. iiiffalo h. 8 40 1130 fi.35 6 15 11.30 I a:h. p.h. usp. Bridge. 9 40! 12.25 7.30 12 25 Jiagara Falls 10 01 12.46 7.461 1241 allsView 1 7.55 12'56 t. Thomas... _;2 00 4.a' 11 20 .3 80 4.45 Jtrol! r.v. 6.:) . 9.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 9 00 priiigwulls... H40 9.10 4.10 6.12 8.10 9.10 í 11; -ie June... 7.15 9.38 4.38 6 44 8 40 .40 psünnti 1 7.42 9.57: 4.58, 7.07 9.03 10.02 Viif ,Vrhor 8.U0 10.12 5.12 7.23 9.Ü0 10 18 ixtet 8.S8 5.30 7 43 9 37 nelM ,-.40 5.45 8.001 9.50 iniHslake 1 9 01 6 07 8.251 10.10 P. M. tt'kaon Ar. . 8.60 10% ickson Lv. 9.38 11.30 6..50 1185 Alhion 10.22 12.051 7.38 j 1122 12 41 lratl] 10.4B 12.45 8.0T 11.48 1.07 But' i-Vn-rk.... U.18 1.06 8.47 % vHú 1.42 alt borg 11.45 9.20 . . is 4aj Kalamnzoo H.03 1.45 9.40 4.45 l'.m' '2.27 ;wtnn.„p. m.I lS8a 5.18 1.45 Wtar i 13.61 5.351 a.7' e 2.00 3,10 fi.40 3.00 4.05 hl' IK" Ar I 5.45 6.50 10.35 7.3o! 7.55 The New York Exprins, a f ast train leaves Ch! aso at 1.15 in the afteraoon and makes the fol ïwing-Dtopg, Mich'gan City, (,02; Niles.6.59; Kal niazooS.10; Ttattle Creek, 8.47; Jackson 10 00 AnnAriror 10 54; ïpsilanti, 11.07; 8prin?wells 1.50;arnvinginDetroit at 11.59 P M Sunday excepted. ÍSaturíay Snnday excepten W. Ruoglb. n.W.HAYES, t. r j . A Chicaiio Agt. Ann Arlxrr. W. G. SNOW, Livery Boarding Stable, lln the rearof E. Duffy's store on Ann street. BEST EIGS IN THE CITY At reasonable ratea. I am specially preared to accommodate people for funerls, and oan attend their orders in any art of the city and vicinity. W. C. SNOW, - Ann Arbor. IEPoh? Sugars That are Strictly Pure, FOR C0FFEE8 ' That are Perfeci in Flavor, FOR GROUND SPICES That are not Adulterated, :F"ox-Teets That Never Turn Red and! SALT BY THE BARREL! -O TO- J D. Stimson ANN ARBOR, MICH.

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