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The Way to the East. For the seasom of 1892. the firsB through sleepiaig car far Portland, Me., will leave Cliicaffo, via. the Michigan Central R. R., daily, except Friday, commencing June 4th, at 9.20 p. m.; after Jane 12thi at 10.10 p. m.; Detroit 9.50 a. m.; leave Niágara Falls, (New York Central depot) June 5th, and daily except SaturUay, at 8.21 p. m.; Bulfalo 9.15 p. Roc'hester 11.05 p. m.; 1.15 a. m..; arrive Norwood (breakfast) 6.20 a. m.; Fabyans 4.25 p. m; Portlaad 8.00 p. m., making connectioins for all points in the Adirondack?. Green Mountains and along the seacoast of Maine. AVest-bound, tlic first through sleepimg car will leave Portland Tuesday, 17, and daily, except Sunday, at 8.45 a. m.; Fabyains 12.55 p. m.; Norwood 11.10 p. m.; arrilve Syracuse 3.34 a. m.; Rochester 5.55 a. m.; Buífalo 7. 45a. m.; Niágara Falla S..44 a m.: Detroit 8.35 p. m. and Chicago 7.55 a. ni. via. the Michigan Central B. II. The cars on this line between Chicago and Portland are among the besi iin the Wagner service, and have staterooms, smoking room and a good buffet, fumishmg first-class service. NIÁGARA FALI.S AND CLAYTOX SLEEPING CAES. Tlic first through sleepimg car wlU leave Niágara Falla daily, eommentiing Sunday, June 12th, at 8.21 p. ni.; Buífalo 'J.15 p. m.; Roehester 11.0o p. m.; Syracuse 1.15 a. ni.; arrive at Claytom at 5.45 a. ni., connecting with steamer for Alexandria Bay daily, and íor Montreal daily except uditil July lst, and ai'ter July lst conmecte with the M'ontreal I er evcry day. West-bouod, tlie first through sleepLng car will leave dayton at 12.01 a. m. Tuesday, June 14th, arrlvtog at ac 3.45 a. ín.; Eochester 5.55 a. m; Bulíalu 7.40 a. m.; Niágara Falle 8.44 a. ni. On Sunday ndghts, thiis train leaves Clayton at 10.00 p. m. Tlie Niágara Falls anrt Clayton I.ine ruma daily in each direction, í'rom .fuue 12th to the middle oï September, amd mates connections at Búllalo arad Suspensión bridge witli all trains to amd írom the A-est, and at Clayton with stea.mers for all poiints of tlie TlwHiKand Islands, Montreal, Quebec ■ iml the River Sagnenay. Botb of the abo ve traína will be run until Juno 2üih, "special" over the 11. W. & O. R. E., bet ween. Syracuse and Clayton and Syracuse and Norwood, ini eadh direction, and wül not apiiear om thie regular time-table until time-table No. 5 takcs effect June 2Gtli. Agents are requested to advise passenge rs of tliis, and do the best thiey can to secure business for tlve lime. l'lcase acknowledge Very truly, THEO. BUTTERFIKLD, Gen. Pass. Ag't. 'THE ROCKY NlÓ'uNTAIN LiMITED," AND "THE BIG 5." two graxd trains daily between the wokld's fair city and the foothills. one x1o1it out 01! oxe dat odt. take ïoük ch01ce. büsink8s demandsit and the people must have t. The popularity of "The Great Rock I.sland Route" as a Colorado line - it liaving long time since taken first place s the people's favorite betweën the [Lakes and the Mountaiiis- has tornl;Ued the management to increase its present splendid service by the addition of a train that is one niglit on the road from Chicago to Denver, Colorado Springs or Pueblo. This train will be known as the "Rocky Mountain Limited," and will be put in service May first. Leaves Chicag-o daily at 10.45 a. m., arriving at the above cities in the afternoon of the next day, earlier than any of ts compctitors. Especial equipment has fbeon built for this train, with the view of making it a limited in every sense of the word, and best of all, there will be no extra charge. The route of this exceedingly fast train is by the Rock Island Short Line, and a few of the larger cities through which it passes, are Davenport, Des Moines, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Omaha, Beatrice, Fairbury, Belleville, Phillipsburg, Colby, Smith Oentre and Goodland. This makcs it the most desirable route, and particularly interesting to the traveler. Another point: The popularity of our dining-car service is still on the increase, and no money spared to inake this service what our patrons always say, "the best." Our "Big 5" will continue as usual, lea ving Chicago at 10 p. m., and arriving at Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo the second morning, being tmt one day out, and this fast and popular train gocs through Omaha. Our No. 11 will leave as heretofore at 0 p. m., arrive at Kansas City at 9 a. m., and will reach Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo the second morning. Our Colorado service is made perfect by this new "Rocky Mountain Limited" and the "Big 5," and gives to the traveling public two flyers daily. Manitou passengere should consult the map and time tables of our line, to lully appreciate the advantages in time saved by taking this route, when vhen on their summer vacation. JOHN SEBASTIAN, 3G G. T. & P. A., Chicago. TíLWfMG it is I A dealer Low Prices HÈ Honest Goods Are always to be found at moiiu's D",. Remember we lead theui all. GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE, No. 4 8. Main St. lüf Rolls of Wall Paper -AT- W All new Spring designs. %f(2 Look at the low prices : liït PER ROLL Best Blankü at 4, 5 and 6c Itest Gilts at . - ■ 8, 10 and 12c Fine Paper at 16, 20 and 25c PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. GEORGE WAHR, OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE, Ï3S -& AKS AKBOR, MICH. W. W. NIOHOLS, DENTIST. Room-3 over Ann Arbor Savings Banks, Opp Court House Square. VITALIZED AIR. Administered. It is agreeable and easy to take, and no prostrating effects follow, while teetn are extracted without pain. Chas. "VST. Vogel, Dealer in all kinds of Fresh. and Salt Meats. Poultry, Lard, etc. EVERYTHING NEAT and CLEAN No. 9 E. aks St., Aks Arbor.


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