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SCHOOL BON1KS FOR SALE. Sealerl teaders are invited by the undersigned umi! six o'clock iii the afternoou of Julythe S5th, 1-S. for the purenase o{34,000 (twenty-four thouaand) dollars of fouv per cent . bonds of 8ohool District No. One, of Tlie City Oi Aun Artinr. Mich., i authorized bythe Annual School Meet ng held September (tli. a denotnlnation ór 100 and 500 dollars, being dated February 1, VH, and payablè as i'ol"I-Vn.'l, 1-it. ?l,50l). Feb. 1. 1MX), 11,600 !■'!). 1, 1891, 2,000. J-Mi. i, 1888, 8, i Feb. i. IS93, 4,000. t'eb. 1. 1894. 4,000 Feb. 1, i F. 1,000 Í24.000 [nterest payable anai b prinoipal and mt 1 payabie :u the ulïiee ot the Treasurerof said district scliool. The vight ei' rujectinK ui.v or all Wds s reservëd. By order of the Board of Eduention. L. Uul'.nkh, Treasurer, No. S. South Main St. Atari Arbor, July 20, 1888. Up in the northern lakes Iie3 the fairy Island of Mackinac, whioh, on account of Hs great natural beauties and remarkabie suuiraer climate, has been reserved by theünitedStates goveniment as a National Eark. It hes in the midst of some of the most cbarming scenery and souie of tlie flnest flshinft and huntinggrounda in the country. The Michigan Uentral,which is the direct route to this elvsium, has just published a profusely illustrated; book descriptivo of this región, which will be sent to any address upon receipt of ten icents, bv ü. VV. Ku(?gles,G.l).&T.A.,ChiCHgo Illinois.


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