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Day
18
Month
September
Year
1885
Copyright
Public Domain
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The ladies of the Charitable union de eire to oall the atteution of their friends to the f act thut thoy opproach the beginning of a Ioují, oold winter with alniost au emply treasury. There has been an un usual anwunt of illness amoBg the poor th summer, and the requirements have been largely in the form of money . ïhere is Jbo au empty clothing box awaiting the gmerous impulses of the well-to-do housewi 'es of our city The distinui8hed Btraiizere who honored us with their preseace, inquired, "where are the poor of Ann jrbor?" and it B cause for much ratitnle tit we have not iu many iuHtanoes tte extrome wretchedness to deal with tlat tin wc who reside in large cities havt hni those who are iutrusted the mamienuivit, mauy cases of want among the wcttliy poor are constantly being preeenteil. They are not proper subjeoto of pi oharity,but can,by a little judioious uuamt anee, rendered at the right time, liol p themselves khrough the rigors of the coming winter. Is it too much to that every lady in Ann Arlxwr shoulii constitute herself a member of the Clmritble union by the payment of one dollar annuall} ? Of course the presence of all is desirable at the monthly meetings, but it is not obhgatory.and those who can not find the time to work should not bo prevented by this plea from ofFering the assistance which their names and money would give. Donations of clothing will be called for if the donors will send their address to Box 2765. Coii. Michigan (Tentrai The Juagara. Falh (Route. TIME TABLB, MAT 24, 1885. All 1 mms run by Ninetieth Meriuian, or Central Standard Time. 8OIHG BABi. stations. a ,L jo . S b _"; A. M. A. M. P. l F. M. P. M Jhicago... .Xv. 7.20 9.00 4.00 8.4o 9.30 Ntlee 11.45 12.15 7.45 11.50 12.55 Dccatur 8.30 1.43 awton. 8.45 a. h. 1.58 Kalamazoo.m 1.42 9.15 6.45 115 3.3 ! Balesburg 7.03 2.01 2.49 Battli! Cruek... 3.23 7.31 2.23 3.17 Marshall 3 07 7.57 3.42 3.40 A-lbion 3.38 8.30 4.03 A, M. acknon.....Ar. 4.30 ackeon Lv. 4.34 4.15 9.1B i.25 4 SO JraHsLake 4.53 9.36 5.12 Jhelsua 5.17 9.57 5 88 Dextcr 5.88 10.12 5 48 Ann Arbor 5.68 6.80 10.23 4.40 07 ípsilanti .10 6.45 10.45 4.55 6.23 Viiyne June... 8.86 6.05 11.05 5.18 6.45 KüP'S;;: T:iü 8'25 íi?6 ■■?? ZáS l'.M. P. H. t. Thomas Ar 11.15 10 20 8.26 A. M. Velland 2.03 1 22 W 'alia View 1 55 6.37 v'iagara Falla 2.81 2 00 ii.37 uso. Uridge.. 2.40 2 15 6.42 iuffttlo Ar :i ')5 3 15 7 40 ooino wist. S SÍ a SÍ S BTATIOH. d .S!3L„.gLL a SÈ é$ 5 %É i i. M. r. M. r. M. A. ■ A. M. A.. Buftalo L. 6 00 11.30 5 00 11.35 a : m. r. usp. Bridge.. 12.30 12,35 asara Falla 12.43 12.53 Talls View p. n. 1.02 t. Thomas... 300 4.06 9 20 4.45 letroit Lv. 7.35 9.05 4.00 7.00 9.10 pringwells.... 7.45 9.15 4.10 7.10 9 20 Cavile June... 8.23 9.43 4.45 7.45 9 52 P6llanti_ 8.521 10 13 5.12 8.K 10.12 Aun Arbor 9. 12 1 0.28 5.30 8.23 10 38 oxter 9 .371 5.52 8.44 ■nciHen .ot 6 07 9 00 nías 1-ake 10 27 6.89 10.10 P. H. ackson Ar. 9 J5 ackson Lv. 11.00 11.42 7.07 12 03 lbi0" 1Ü.S2 8.10 9..Ï8 12.i 'renal! 1.05 8.48 10.38 1.10 Battle':roek.„. 1.81 9.2Ï 10.58 1.37 A.M. alcsbnnr 9.57 11.23 alamazoo 1.68 10.20 4.45 14.05 2.32 mto P. M. 5.18 12.45 ecatnr.... 5.35 1.00 iles 4.00 S.45 6.40 1.4S 4.13 hlcago Ar 8.80 7.10 10.85 6 00 8 05 The New York Expr .ís, a fast train leaves Ch&RO at 3.30 i 11 the afternoon and makes the foliwlng stops, Michigan City, 5,17: Niles, 6.13; Kalmazoo t;23; Battle Creek, 8.01 ; Jackson, 9. 15 .nn Arbor. 10(0; ïpsilanti. 10.21 ; Springwells 1.05;arrivin(?inDetroitat 111.5 P. M. Hm Ohtouo Expresa, a fast train leaves Deroit at 1.00 p m. niaking the folowing stops: Vayne Junction, l.'-l; Ypsilanti, 1.47; Ann Ar bor, 1.59, Uackson, 3.01, Albion. 3.32; Marshall, 48, Battle Creek, 4,08 ; Kalamazoo, 4 .38; Niles, 48; Michigan City, 7.00; Chicago, 9.00. Sunday excepted. ISaturday & Hundav exceptuó Daily. O. W. Rvaouta. H.W. HA YES, G. P 2. A... Chicago. Agt Ann Arbor. Toledo, Aun Arbor & Northern Michigan Kailway. THROUGH TIME TAULK. i'aklner effect June SI, 1885. qoing Vorth. Qoing South. 3: I valí 1 StanardThne. "' t t. } &i. . m. a. m. Leave Arrive a. m. d. m (00 7:0r Toledo 9:W 6:in. SOS 7:14 Maohatten Junction 9:26 4 55 5 15 7.-M Alexis Junction 9:1 4:47 5 50 8-15 Monroe Juaction.... 8:42 4:14 (!0E 830 Dundee 8 30 4:04 610 84I Azalia 8 20 3 54 i 03 Milán 806 3 45 ti as ! i-i Urania 7 52 1 3 30 848 !) l'ittsueld 7 4(1 ISt 7112 'J50 Aun Arbor 7 27 1 S 10 745 1045 South Lyon 6 60 1 3 85 Connections at Toledo with railroads divergng. At Manhattan Junction with WheelingtX jafceSríft R. R. At Alexis Jnnction with M C R R. L. S. R'y, and F. & P. M. R. R. At Monro unction with I,. S. & M. S. R'y. At Dundee with I,. 3. & M. S., and M. & O. R'y. At Milu viih V , St. D. & V. R'y. At Pittafleld with L. S. & M. S. R'y., andat South I.von with Detroit, ansinK & Northern R. R., and (i. T. R'y. H. V. ASH1.EY, W. H. BENNETT, Cien. Superintendent, lien. Passenger Agt. GRAND: TRUNK RAILWAY INChUDINO THK GREAT WESTERN DIVISIÓN. The Niágara Fallu Sbort Line. Pullman and Wagner sleeping Oars and Elegant New Dining Care on all Express Trams east and west. All tralns arrive at and depart f rom Brush-st. depi t on Central Standard time, which is 28 ninutes slower than Detroit city time. Main ine train via Port Huron. Duroi rooi op dhüoh aTuuuT Leave at Arrive at Toronto, Montreal and East 8 00 am 6 26 am 3uffalo 800am 505pm ort Huron Express '4 20 pm "5 05 pin Toromo, Montreal and East. SU 00 pm +9 35 pm Buffalo Fast Express n 00 pm 0 8L pm Great Western División, Depot Foot of Brush Street, Leave at Arrive at Atlantic Express $6 35 am S8 35am Express $12 05 noon 83 20 pm London Express 5 30pm S50pm ï 'or tickets and intormatlon apply to Qeneral Ticket Office. 169 Jofferson avenue, corner Woodward, or at Depot Ticket Omce, foot of Brush street, 8 Daily. Except Sunday. J. HICKSON, General Manager. WM. ROBINSON, Mich. & 8. W. Pass. Agt., Detroit. GiLBKRT Bliss l'uss & Ticket Agt., Ann Arbor. CO TO A HAT STORE. W DOO OH TH - r ■ OU) HAT." - J CO - - A. A. TEEEY, O3 O3 HAT8 "g f AUN AKBOB, _ l" IOCK F ROM $5 TO 5O CENTS JOHN WOTZKE ! h Boot and Swelkcr! AFirst-Class Hand - Sewed Shoe Worth $8 for S6.5O A FAULTLESS FIT GUARANTEED ! The Only Establishment in Ann Arborthat Manufactures ts Own Uppers. Repairing Neatly Done ! CALL AND SEE SAMPLES. No. 53 South Main Street. shinglesi Walters' Patent Metalio Shingles were awarded the tirst premium and gola medal at the Worid's Kxposition at New Orloans. They are manufacturad from the best grades of tin and THE STEEL SHINCLES, Pabited on bott stdes. can l laid n the roof forabout the same price BSplne shingles. Kor particulars aud prico cali on or address CEO. SCOTT, Ann Arbor, Mich. LOOK OUT! ClotiE Made ! BT FUID EHÏÏIS Who has opened a Tailor SIb_o-p I No. 65 South Main Street. No slop work, but everytWng made in a workman-like manner A Perfect Fit is Cuaranteed. i ■ i : i : i - EHNIS, Ana Arbor, Micli. CHARLES RETTICH, 'Dealer in Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper Ware Particular attention paid to putting up ROOFING AND EAVE TROUGHS. AU kinds of Repairins Done Promptly ! Kepairing pumps a speciatty. Stoves and pipo cleaned. Please cali and see me at No. t East Liberty-!t, - Anti

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