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C. H. MILLEN Insurance Agent Ne. í South Main St., Ann Arbor. The oldest agencv in the city. Ls tabliilied a quarter of a century ago Itepresenting the fnllowing first-clasti companies. Home Ins. Co. of N. Y., - $7,000,000 Continental Ins. Co. of 2ï. Y. 4,207,206 Niágara Ins. Co. of N. Y. - 1.735,563 Girard Ins. Co. of I'hilt. - 1,132,48 Oriënt Ins. Co. of Hartford - 1,419,522 Commercial Union of London 12,000,000 Liverpool, London and Globe 3? '1O.OOO f& Ratea ïow. Losse libernlly adjustect and promplly puid. C. H. MILLEN. THE STAND AKJÖT HENRY GEOKGE, Editor. - Publisheü Weekly at IS Union Square, New York. Yearly Snbscrlbtion 82.30) Six Months, S1.Ï3) Single Copies, 3 Cents. American citizens who wish to reach an intelligcni comprehension of the principies iuvolved in tbe issur of toe coming campaign sbould read THE STAND ARD. It advocates Kree Trade - not the part ia 1 removal of restrictions upon commerce, but the absolute uncondltional sweeping away of every bindrance te the exchange of commudities betweca man and man bet ween state and stalt', and between uation anü aatlon. THE STANDARD meets and triumphantly refutas the great argument of protection. It shows wh wages are big her in the United States than in Europe and that the difference is In no way due to the operation of the tArifl, wJioso onJy effect is to reduce the rewarü of labor. Durlng the coming: campaign every tariff reformei will be called upon to defend the principie of f ree trade against the principie of protection. Those whc read THE STAÜDAIÜ) eau du this easily and un&n#werablj. Sample Coplea Sent on Application


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