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Day
11
Month
June
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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Sludfills (íolntf SoiUli. The Louisville & Nasbville and Kentucky Central railways are the direct and popular lines to all points south, southeast and southwest. For maps, rates and full information write to C. L Sprague, Trav. Pass. Agt., No. 62 Gris wold-st, Detroit. 61 Icen. Orange, lemon, strawberry, raspberry, pine apple, Roman punch. tf E. V. Hangsterfer. Teachers, Stndents, and all concerned. In consldering the matter of transportation to your homes in the West or Southwest, please remember that the Missouri Pacific Eailway is the short line to all principal points, and in connection with the Denver & Rio Grande Railway, the "Scenic Line of the World," forms the most desirable route to California, Oregon, Washington, China and Japan. Special thirty days excursión. June 29, 1891, to Alaska, via Denver, Salt Lake, Portland, Tacoma and Seattle, returning via Canadian Pacific Railway- all necessary expenses included. For full itinerary,maps and information address H. D. Armstrong, Traveling Passenger Agent, Missouri Pacific Railway, Jackson, Mich. 61 We clip the following from Presto, one of the leading musical journals of this country: "Frommany sources Presto learns of the increaeing popularity of the Guild piano, manufactured by the Guild Piano Mfg Co., 101 Bristol street, Boston. Among the representatives of the Guild is Mr. A. Wilsey, Ann Arbor, Micb., who recently gave an order for fifty of the instruments. In his advertí -ement he says: 'The improvements in the Guild are vital. They are in the very heart of the piano. No slipping, or springing tuning pins. are more honestly made. There is nothing ehoddy about them. People hke them, and buy them. We have never been able to get enough of them. More of them sold in Ann Arbor last year than all others combined.' Mr. Guild has moved into his new factory premises, which have been enlarged and fitted with additional machinery and othe facilities." 55tf

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Ann Arbor Register