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TAKK A LABE rok B TO ISLAND OP COOIi UREEZES. Go to Mackinac Island, Mich. , via the Coast Line. The ■!). & V. new steel passenger steamers leave Toledo Mondays and Saturdays, 10:30 a. m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4 :30 p. m. From Detroit, Mondays and Saturdays, 11 p. m., Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30 a. m. Send 2 cents for illustrated painphlot. Address, A. A. Schantz, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich. 77 Route and ItutoN For Sumincr Tours lssued by The Rome, Watortown & Ogdensburg R. R. A beautiful book of 228 pages, profusely illustrated, contains maps, eest of tours, list of hotels, and describes over (00 combination Summer Tours via Thousand Islands and rapids of the St. Lawrencc Kiver, Saguenay River, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Lake Champlain. Lake George, White Mountains, tó Portland, Kennebunk, Boston, New York, and all Mountain, Lake, River and Seashore Resorts in Canada, New York and New England. It is the best book given away. Send ten cents postage to General Passenger Agent, Syracuse, N. Y., for a copy before deciding upon your summer trip, or to O. E. Jenkixs, G. W. P. A., R., W., & O. R. K. 77 95 Clark Street, Chicago, 111. NATIONAL liC.llll'.nhT G. A. R. Kii Halo, New York, August 23-28. The Michigan Central railroad company will sell round trip tickets to 15uffalo and return on account of the G. A. R, National Convention for only $5.80. Tickets will be on sale August 21, 22 and 23 Tickets are good to return until August 31. Special return privelege may be extended to September 20 by depositing tickets at Buft'alo. Those who desire to go by boat from Detroit may obtain same rate going by boat and returning by rail, or going by rail and returning by boat. H. W. Hayes, 'Agt. 82 Mich. Central Depot. Naslivllle vla C'inciuuatl Miori Line. Leave Detroit via the Michigan Central and C. H. &. D.- Noonday Special 18:40 p. ?)i. duïly Arrive at Nasiuville the next morning at S:30 o. m. The quickest time on recqrd at the lowest round trip rates. The Tennessee Centennial is now in full bloom. Other fast train leaves Detroit 10:05 p. m. Nashville 5 p. m. the next day. For other information apply to D. S. Wagstaff, G. N. A., C. H. & D. Ry., Detroit. 80 FARflERS WHEN IN TOWN GO TO 19 BROADWAY AND GET A GOOD HOME MEAL ONLY 15c. W. T. DAINS, Prop. ! ■■■■■■■■ 1 1 1 1 # OPPERAS . . . 1 A good deodorizer for ' vaults, cesspools, drains 1 etc. 5c a Ib. G lbe. 25c. 1 I ( I { % { ! CHLORIDE OF LIME i 1 j A good all-around 1 infectant and ( izor. 15c a Ib. Cheaper in larger quantities. 1 5 1 LCALKINS' PHARMACÏ.J DR. JENNIE HUGHES, Office and Residence, 11 S. State St. I 10 to 12 a. m. OÍUce ■! 2 to 4 p. ni. ( C to 7 V. ín. C. L. McGuire, LAWYER, Front Office Over The Farmers and Meclianics Bank, Ann Albor, Michigan, Notary Public In Office. OUR 25 CENÍ COLUMN. IOST- Probably on Thayer st., a V. of M i Training School OlatB Pin witli lnlti;Us I). E. on back. Leave at thls office. WANTED, WANTED-To exchanjre Grand Eapids propeity for house at Ann Albor, immediately. Address, 420 Guunison Street. Grand Kapids, Mich. (78) WANTED-House Keeper. A;Middlea?ed lady with good references. Apply to .1. S. Mann, Ann Arbor, Mich. Box lllll (77) FOR RENT. FOR BENT.-Ur. Martin's House, 10 N. State for rent furnislied. Enqulre ai tm.' liouse. [7(i] FOH SALE. FR SALE AT A HÍIK.AIN A niue room house with a 6x12 rod lot, comer of lountain and Summit stieet, Ann Arbor largebarn, shed and shop; house contains batli, hot and cola soft water, also city water and a never failing well of pure sprini water. Fine garden, For prlce and term! apply on the preiulses. eatf


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