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Ho! for the Xorth. Annual excursión to Petoskey and Traverse City, Thursday, September 3, 1891, by special train and at very low rates, via the Michigan Central and Grand Rapids and Indiana railroads. STATIONS TIME EATE Lv. Detroit 8.00 a m $5.00 " West Detroit 8.10 " 5.00 " Dearborn 8.25 " 5.00 " Wayne Junction.. 8.38 " 5.00 " Ypsilanti 8.58 " 5.00 " AnnArbor 9.10 " 5.00 " Dexter 9.30 " '5.00 " Chelsea 9.45 " 5.00 " Grass Lake 10.07 " 5.00 Ar. Jackson 10.27 " Lv. " 10.50 " Ar. Grand Rapids 1.28 p m Lv. " 1.40 " Ar. Petoskey 8.30 " Tickets are good for return by any regular trainjexcepting Michigan Central main line trains, Nos.5, 6, 19 and 20, until Saturday, September 12th, inclusive. The special train will stop at Cadillac, Mantón, Walton, South Boardman, Kalkaska, Mancelona, Elmira, and Boyne Falls. Passenger for Traverse City will change cars at Walton. Baggage checked through to destination. The famous summer resorts of northern Michigan embrace : Petopkey ; beautifully situated on Little Traverse Bay; climate invigorating and peculiarly beneflcial for relleving and curing hay fever and asthma. Bay View; the site of the great Assemb'ly Grounds, and one of the prettiest spots in America; the Martha's Vineyard, Chautauqua and Ocean Grove of the North. Harbor Springs; full of historie legends, Indian antiquities, picturesquely situated on the finest harbor of the nortb. Harbor Point; a famous and beautiful resort, situated on a narrow península dividing Lake Michigan and Little Traverse Bay. Charlevoix; one of the most charming localities imaginable ; eighteen miles southweBt of Petoskey, and the site of several delightful resorts on the shores of Round and Pine Lakes. Traverse City; beautifully located at the head of Grand Traverse Bay, one of the oldest and finest points in the North. Mackinac Island ; the gem of the Straits and a United States National Park; magnificent scenery, interesting historica! and geological aspects. Mackinaw City,orOld Mackinaw; site of the old fort, a 6cene of uiany a conflict with the Indians. St. Ignace; one of the oldest towns in the Northwest, and the burial place of Father Marquette, the famous priest and explorer. Marquette the center of the mining interests of the Lake Superior región; fine scenery. The famous inland route, a ride of sixty miles through a chainof lakes and rivera, a delightful trip, one of the möBt novel and crooked marine thoroughfares in existence. Hannah, Lay & Co.'s Steamers, running between Traverse City, Charlevoix, Petoskey, Mackinac Island, offer one of the most beautiful boat rides through lovely scenery and over some of the finest waters in the country. The numerous lakes and rivers abound with ga'my Grayling, Brook Trout, Black and Green Bass, Pickerel, immense Muskallonge, and offers the finest boating in the country. The Beautilul and Attractive Scenery, ti.e glorious health-giving, wonderfully inoigorating atmosphere worldrenowned for relieving and curing Hay Fever, Asthma and kindred diseases, well repay a visit. Special reductions to our excursionista in hotel rates and on the different rail and boat routes. . The low rates.a splendid train service, ampie hotel accommodations at low rates, the many sights, the enjoyment and benefit you will receive, can not fail to make this the excursión of the season. - 70 The Michigan Central will run special Excursión Trains to Detroit daily except Sunday from Aug. 27 to Sept. 3, 1891. On account of the International Fair and Exposition. At the following low rates, which include Admission Ticket to the Exposition. STATIONS TIME. RATES. Lv. Jackson, - - 7.30 a. m. $2.80 " Leoni - - 7.46 " 2.56 " Grass Lake, - 7.53 " 2.45 " Francisco, - - 8.00 " 2.35 " Chelsea - - 8.12 " 2.15 " Dextee, - - 8.26 " 1.90 " Scio, - - - 8.30 " 1.85 ' Delhi, - - 8.34 " 1.80 " Ann Arbor, - 8.42 " 1.65 " Geddes - - 8.49 " 1.50 " Ypsilanti, 8.59 " 1.40 " Denton's - - 9.10 " 1.25 " Wayne Junction, 9.22 " 1.05 " Inkster's, - - 9.31 " .90 " Dearborn, - - 9.40 " .80 Arr. Detroit, -_ - 10.10 " Relurning the Spe ial Train will leave Detroit 8.80 r. m. Tickets will be limiteil to Sept. 5lh and will not be good on Trains Nos. 5, 6, 19 and 20 70 Hichlcan Mlnlng School. A State School of Mining Engineering giving practical instruction in Drawing, Physics, MechanicalandElectrical Engineering, Saop-practice, Chemistry, Assaying, Ore Dressing, Metallurgy, Surveying,Mining,Mineralogy,Petrography Geilogy, etc. Has summer schools in Surveying, Shop-practice and Field Geology, Laboratories.Shops and Stamp Mili well equipped. Tuition free. For catalogue apply to the Director, Houghtoft, Michigan. 70 We will sell Round Trip Tickets for the Farmer's Picnic, at Whitmore Lake, August 29th, for 50 cents from Ann Arbor. GooJ going and returning on auy passenger train on that date. 70 B. S. Greenwood, Agent.


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