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Day
4
Month
February
Year
1891
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Public Domain
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Michigan (TENTggT, "The Niágara Faüs Route." Time table taking effect Nov. 30, 1890. CHICAGO TO DETROIT. STATI'S. =j ' "ÍO' Ü Sm" M %Ú A.M A.M. P.M. F.M. P. M. P.M. A.M CIlicuKO.Lv. 7fti 900 1220 8 Í0 9 25 10 10 .. Kala'OO.... 11 45 2 171 868 7 90 .. . 3 30 7 15 Jacks'n 3 00 4 25l 5 :{5 847 440 6 15 9 40 Chelsea. ... 3 51) 5 80 7 13 10 31 Dexter 4 14 5 45 7 28 104:! P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. An" A r 442 529 6 30 9 45 6 05 7 50 1100 S?UM 503 548 95 623 808 il 1 J' p.JC 527 647 835 1132 Pet Ar. 6 15 645 7 30 10 45 7 30 9 20 12 10 DETROIT TO CHICAGO. A.M. A.M. P. M. P.M. A.M. P M P M Detroit.. Lv. X 30 7 50 120 7 45 9 25 9 15 4 45 Wayne J'n. . 908 823 951 521 Ypsllauti... 'J2.H 8 41 2 05 8 45 .'!!!! 10 15 5 43 A.M A.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Ann Arbor.. 9 43 8 57 2 19 8 58 10 19 10 30 5 55 Duxter 1000 915 c m Chelsea 10 13 930 " 6 19 Jackson .... 1100 10 00 3 17 10 20 li'l5 11 45 655 Kalamazoo.. 2 05 12 12 (091194512 86 2 17 9 30 Chicago. Ar. 735 435 9 00J640 450 8 OS G. F. A T. Agt., Chicago. Agt„ Auu Arbor. rpOLEDO, A. A.& N. M. RAIL'Y. TIME SCHEDLLK. Taking effect October 12th, 1890. Trainx run bf Standard Time Qoing North. id g L 3 -S. stations. 35 S? L L Bfl m A.M.Il. M.l Pm" PH BUO H30Lv Toledo Ar i 10 li 15 t47 4 10 Dundee 11161039 Zi f.1 Mllan 11.-17 10 02 l '-' ' '■' rnuiia 114", ..,i J S Plttsfleld 1137 940 li f0 Ann Arbor. n -2.-, gas '65 ;i i Leiand 1112 910 808 5 89.. Whitinore Lake 1100 855 5S Li:i? HoweU 1025 820 '■'40 7fo Durand y 40 7 20 11 06 H jó East Saglimw...T 10 5 50 1O20 M0 OWOS8O... IIFmTÍ U80U Ithnca 746 5 1 iiois Ui. Pleaaant 45 4 15 Cadülac 10 S5 ' -" - Copemlab 865 ''- .-.At Frankfort Lv... 6 55 ■ "■ A.M. A.M. Going South. H. W. ASHLEY, General Manaper. A. J. PAISLEY, GEO. H. HAZLKWOOD, (■on 1 Pims. A Ticket Ai;t. Local Agt The Forum The Foremost Periodical for Thoughtful Readers. ts range is fairly indlcated by tlie followlng Table f Contents of the I E IQMBER NUMBER: THE GOVERNMENT OF AMEKICW CITIE8. liy Andrew I). White- Wherein iMiropeiin Cllies are better governed than outi-; the (Immer place lu our politlcal ■ystem. and the remedy. CITu ,?WTH AND PARTY POLITICS. By William E. Springer.- The iocrease of uiban over rural populatlon as hhown by the censUB; how this decrease Is ndvautageous to the Demócrata. 8TA BILITY OF THE FRKNCH REPUBLIC. By Julms Blinon, of the French Senste. A review of domestlc aud torelirn Influeuces favorable md unlavorable to the Hi public; a hopefnl outlook. FAMILY STOCKS IN A DKMOCRACY. By President IJ. W. KI lot. of Harvard.- Democratie Society favorable to the perpet uation of families; a study of American condltious theielor. DOES CHINA MKNTACE THE W0RLD7 By PresldenlW. A. P. Martin, of the Imperial Am Weiig College, China, - Why the tendeney tit Cnlnosa Hits foibidH fear of competltlon. THE HUMANITIES. By Major J.W. Powell. The flrsi ot a serles of articles to show tnat the theory of blologlcai; evolutlon fallw when apiilied to sociology. FDH.MATIVE INFLUENTES. liy Archdaoon F. W. Farrar.- An autobiographlcal eaaay, followinn similar ooes by Prof John Tyndall, VV. E. H. Lecky, Frederló llHirison and other noieil men, SPKEÜ IN RAILWAY TRAVKL. By Prot R. H. Thurston. The posslbillty of 200 miles au hour by steum; why electrlclty la llkely toêopeisede sieam. ARMOR FOK WAK SI11RS By Commander F. M. Barber of the U. S. Navy. NOTES ON UHOSTS. Andrew LanK. PITV, QBNOINE AND SPURIOUS. By FraDoea Power Cobbe. Amone the rTlTTTl ■PADTTHr FOR 1891 reatares of i iïjj lUxíUM wlll be II. SCI.TS OK THE t KNsrs. A s.ries of artielrs by Gen. Pranelí A. Walker; Resalta i the l.AThsr RESEARCH and of the most RECENT ACHIEVEMENTö in all IMI'uRTA NT LINES ut' WORK, In 801ENCE and iu INDUSTKY, by speoiallita; POIJTICAX ÜISCDSSIÜN8, by tbe leaders of opinión in the Unitoil States, and lv loreiLMi stiiteBraeif 8H1BB0LETH8 OP THE riME, a serles of eritical examinatlous of popular oplnions hy W. s Lilly, tbe Brltlsh essayist; aU'J'OBIoORAPHICAL ESSAYS, a serles to whlch som.' ol the mast DOted men of the time American and Brltlsh. have airead? ccmtrlb mul; DISi Ü8SION8 OK SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUH PR0BLEM8 IN THE UNITED STATES; l.lPKIi 1!V ARTI0LE8, dlsoossIng the U ndeocles ol liierary work along all dlrectloDS ol actlvlty.by the foremost critn-s. fST IE FORUM, New Ywk. .SgS

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