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Ypsilanti, July 10, 1888. I have been interested in the "Peoples Atlas of the World. I consider it especially valuable in statistics and history. lts presentation of the history of political parties is ingenious and makes it valuable to any intelligent citizen. R. W. PUTNAM, Sup't of Schools. J. II. HOPKINS, Prin. H. School. I have examineii the "Peoples Atlas of the World," and consider it one of the best and most useful books of the kind. It will prove of great value especially in families where there are children attending school, and to all who read the newspapers intelligently. PROF. AUSTIN GEORGE PROF. A. LODEMAN, Normal School. The aboye is sold at a price that places it within the reach of all. Special rates to teachers and students. E. J. B. HAYWARD, Special Agent, 39 Thompson St.. Ann Arbor. For Sale. The folio wing describid property the Ann Arbor ImpioTemnt Co. will be offered for sale to the hijfhest cash bidder, on Monday afternoon,Sept. lOih, '88, at 2 o'clock. Sale to take place on the premises; Lots Ño. 6 and 16 in block No. 5, range one east in Mavnard's addition to the second ward of the city of Ann Arbor, known as the "Capsule building property." By order of the Board of Directora. Chas. E. Hiscock. Sec'f. Harvest Excursions. The Michigan Central R.R.Co. will on Tuesday, Aug 21st, Sept. Uth. and 25th., Oct. 9th, and 23rd, 1888, sell round trip tickets at one örst class fare to pointsin Ala., Ark., Col.,Dak.,Indian Territory, lowa. Kan., La., Minn., Miss., Mout., Neb., New Mexico, Tenn , Texas and Wyoming. Tickets good for 30 days. For furthor information please cali at M. C. ticket office. H. W. Hayes. Agflnt. 33-41


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