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Day
27
Month
August
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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Michigan (Tentfal " The Niágara Falls Route." Time table taklng effect May 18. 1890 CHICAGO TO DETROIT. üül 41?! SSülíí lüliflS A.M. A.M. I-.M P.X. P. M P.M.lA. A W. Ch'oLv 7 05 9 00 1221 3 10 9 00 10 101 4 60 Kala'oolltt 217 855 7 uo l 18 ;.- 7 10 Jacka' n 3 00 4 25 535 8 47l 886 6 06 f 00 'J 40 Chels. 102 Jg 1181 Dcxter.. 4 18 ■ '2Í S5K1043 P M.IP M.ir M. I". M. A.M. A.M. A.M .M. AOBA'r 4 45l h 2 30 45 46 7 45 14 1100 rprfi'ti r, ii.' 5 4Í 9 58 5 13 8 05 6 58 1113 WVJc 5Z7 Si 49 De'i Ai' 6 5 'è'.Ï5 V 80 10 ■ 6 2 9 20 7 :W 12 10 DETROIT TO CHICAGO. TAT.OH8 1 lílitflííSIÍd 1 1 A M. A.M P. M.IP M. A M. P.M. P.M. Detroit... .Lv 9 01 7 50 120 4 45 9 25 9 15 556 WayneJm.c. 1000 '■'"■' , -J Ypgilantl.... l-i 22 8 13 2 05 5 43. .. 11)15 -00 A M A.M. P.M. 1.M. -.M. P M.lP.M. AnnArbor... 10 87 8 55 2 7 S GS 101 1080 7 16 Dexter 110' I I 7 aï Chelsea 1113 6 1H 748 I Jackran .... 1155 10 00 3 17 B 55 11 18 11 15 880 KalamaMXK. 2 : IS 18 502 930 1266 2 17 Chicago.. .Ar -& 4 15 HUI'! 4W 805. ... O. W. RUGÓLES, H. W. HAYKS. G. P. T. Afcnt, Chicazo. Art.. Anu Aibor. Toledo, Aun Arbor Se Xnrtli Mlcliteaii Hailway. TIME SCHKDULB. Taking eftect Xovember 25tli, 188!). Tralns ron by Standard Time. Qillng Sorth. %% JL . 8 II p p II P. M. A. M. P. . I'. M. 3 25 6 00 Lv Toledo Ar 11 15 1 10 4 17 B 4T Dundee. 10 18 12 20 4 35 T 0:. Milán 9 58 12 04 4 4i; 7 ib üania 9 45 n t2 15) 722 Pittsfield 9 84 11 42 5 07 7 35 ADn Arbor 9 23 1180 531 7 5(1 Leían! 9 0Tll i: 5 47 8 05 VVhitmore Lako 8 55 11 l2 6 21 8 45 Uowell 8 17 10 25 7 15 9 88 Dnrand 7 10 9 85 8 55 10 55 Kast Sagimiw 5 55 715 8 UI) 10 10 Owoaso . . 6 35 H 05 9 07 1145 Ilhacn 5 32 7 50 0 15 12 4ï Mt. Pleasant 189 8 46 .... 3 10 Cadillac 10 80 .... 4 40 Coptmish 9 05 5 40 Ar Frankfort Lv 7 50 p. ■. p. m.I a. m. a v. Uoing South. Koutli Lyon Hrancli. NOBTII BOUNI), STATIONS. EOUTH BOl-NIl. Train 18 Train 17 A. . A. M. 6 00 Lv Ann Arhor Ar 8 1B 6 40 Wurdong " 3B 7 00 Ar South Lyon Lv 7 15 H. W. ASHLKY, Oeneral ManareA. J. PAISLKY, GKO. II. HAZI.EWOOD, Gcn'l. Pass. & Ticket Aeent. Local Aaeul ICE. ÍGE ICE. Keep cool during tlie coming siimmer by contraciing witi E. V. II. for ice at the folio win g ra tes: 25 Ibs. daily, except Sunday, $4.00 per mo. " " 4 times a week, $3.50 " " " 3 " " $3.50 " ii ii 2 " $2.00 " E. V. HANGSTERFER 3O S. IMT-A-IOST ST. To Restaurants, Hotels, in 500 Ib. lots, 40c per hundred. Less qiiantity, 50c. Estáte of David W. Noyes. CJTATE OF MICHIGAN, County of Washtennw Os. At a sesBion of the Probate Conrt for the Couly ol Waahtenaw, holden at the Probat; Office, in the City of Ann Arbor, on Tueáday, the twelftb day of August, in the year one thnnpand eteht hundred a u(J mnety. Prcsowt, J. Willard liabbitt, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the the eptate of David V. Noyes deceased. Stíchíiel J. Poye, execútor of the last will and testament oí t: i 1 Ucci-mm i, comes inio court atd represente, that he in now prepared to render hie final account n& such ixecutor. Therenpon H ie orderea, that Frldr.y, the fifih day of September next, at 10 o'clock in ihe forenooii be assigned for exauijnlnp and allowinir such account and that the deviseee, legateca and hftirs-at-law of sa;d deceascd, and all othcr persons interesied in sald estáte are rt-qnired to appéai il a eeseion ol" eaidCoort, then tobe holden at the I'robate Office in the city of Anu Arbor, in eaid comity, and showcaui?e, if any there be, wliy the eaid account should not bc allowed. And it is further ordered that said eroculor gfive notice to the pensons intereeted in sald estat-, i the pendency of eaid account and hearing thereof, by caasin. a copy of this order to be poblishcd in the Ann Arijor Courïer% a newtipaper printed and circiilating in atd coumy, threenuccenaive weeks previous to said day of hfariuii. (A truc copy.) J. WILLA11D BABBITT, Jude of Probate. WM. G. DOTY, Probate Rcffieter. Umt LlTEfiATÜRE FOR ALL Thfi A MEIÏU-AX PKOTTCTIVK TaIÍTFFTíEAGTTI publisbing u most valuable series of Tariff documente. These inv itrepure! with a view tu siuti.' the facts and iirjrumeMts for Protectioii, whethur in the iuterest of laiiners, laborera, merchante or professional men. Karh issue of the series apjwaïs to those enffaged in separate indusi rit.s.umipresentsinafsputable fucts - comparisons of waescost of li viiifi, aud other arg'iuneutü showing1 the beueflts of l'rotection. Any single one will be sent on reoeipt of 2 cents in stamns except "Wagee, Living and Tnriff," whiefi will be sent for 4 centa. Tbe whole list will Ik? sent for 30oeutsor any twelvo for 20 cents, or any flve for 10 cents, poetagë pald. Order byuumbor. üb. Paoes. 1- " Waes, - and Tariff." E. A. HabtsUuas 104 S- "The Advu ,iA,-x-.. of a lr)t'ctive Tariff to tho Lauoc auU liu:strk'8 of theUulted States." Plrst rlze Essay, ii87. CrawFiíKU ï). HKNNlSd 32 S - " Home Proüuutluu Indispensable to a Supp]y, at LDw Pitees, of tlie Manufactured Cainmoditlea rrquircd for the IVople of the Uultfd s iu-'s. and Adeuuate Home Iroluctlon of these CommiMlitifS Imussible without a Hroteetive Tarllt." First PrlM Essay, 1888. C. D. Todd 32 4- ' What are Kaw Materials ï WonM Pree Raw Materials be AdvantagGOUS U tbe Labor and IndustrlfS of tbe Unftted States." First ITize Bssay, 189. Hombb ü. Hiükll 32 r- 'Fallacles of Free-Tratle." E. i'. MxtUCB.;. 3t ll-"Some Views on the Tariff by an Old BusiuessMau." Geo. Drai'eh 32 7- "The ProU-ctive Tariff : lts Atlvtuitatfesfor theouth." C. L. kkwahus 32 8- "The Wool luterest." Judut' Vx. Lawrbrcb 24 l- "jfrotectlou vs. Free-Trade."- A Hlstorical Review. l. (i. Hakkiham 20 10-" The Farmer and the Tarín" Col. Thomas H. Dcdley 16 Protecttou as a Public Policy ." Georük S. Bomrwmj 16 12- "Repïy to the l'resident's Freo-Trade Measáffe.M R. P. I'ortek 8 13- ' WorkiuKiueu and the Tarllt." 8 14- "The Vital Qasstloii: ShallAmoriran tries be Abamloued and Amuicun Jturkctsüurrcndorod? 8 IS BatOib lu Germán, with Addition 8 Lo- "Ibe Progresa of one llundred Tcars." ROBERT P. POHTKB 8 17- "Protection for American shipplují." 8 ís- The Tariiï Nota ïax." IÍumkiííí. Dibelt,.. 8 ís)- "Why Irishmtíii Sbtmlil i'iccntiouists." 8 i.'O- "]rotctlon." K. ÍI. Ammipown i 31- "What Is aTarlff?" Answersioa "Work i unman's Question 1 22- "The American Wool Industry." E.H. Ammidüwn 8 g3_" ages and Cost of Living." J. D. Wkeks. i i- "Southern Farmlng Industriéis." 4 25- "A Short Talk to workluíjnieu." 2 ,'U -" Protection and the farmer." Senator S. 31. C'illom 12 Tne American Economist, weekly, devoted to the dlscussioDof all pbases oí the Tarín quedan. 2 ayear Sample coplee free. Addresa American Protectlve Tarín Leürue. 88 w. Z3á St.. New Vork.

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