C. H. MILLN Insurance Agent Ni. i South Main 8t„ Ann Artor. Th ldest agencv in the city. Ls tablished a quarter of a century ago Rprsenting the fnllowing first-class csinpanies. Hme Ins. Co. of N. Y., - $7,000,000 C#ntinntal Ims. Co. f N. Y. 4,207 ,29t Niágara Ins. C. ofN. Y. - 1,735,563 Girard Ing. C: of l'bila. - - 1,132,486 Oriënt Ims. Co. of Hartford - 1,419,522 Commercial Union of LondOH 12,000,000 Livrpol, Londn and i loba 33 W.000 WRates l0io. Losses.ltinrally adjiistcct and promptly paid. C. H. MILLMN. ,THE STAND AKD. ( HKNRY GEORGE, EditoT. i (Publlsbed Weekly t Union Square, New 7oaT Ycarlr Snbicrlption frt.50; SIx Month. 81.Ü5; Single Copie, 5 Cent. ff$m ■ - American ettizens who wish to reach an intellieent comprebension of the principies luvolveU ia the ssu f the coming campaign sbould reaa THE STANU ARD. lt advocates Free Tradc - not the partial re moval of restnctions upon cummerce, but the absolute unconditional sweeplng way of every hindrance u the excbange of conuntxllties between man aod man. between tate and state, and betwceu naUon and catión. THE STAUDARD meets and triumphantly refut the great argument of protection. It shows ulij waees are higher in the United States ttaaa in Europ and that the dlfference 1 In no way due to the operaUon of the tarUT, whose only effect U to rüuc th reward of labor. Dunnr the comlnt campaign Tery tart ffref wlll becalled upon to delend the principie of int Inde Kaiost the principie of protcüon. Tbom w ÍSS M BTAHDAB Vn do tiil eaiüy an4 uu weratij. lBIt C1 et ■ Allflli.