The Toledo, Ann Arbor and Nortta Michigan railroad has purchased the Toledo, Durand aud Saginaw road which has justbeencompleted and runs between Durand and East Saginaw. Through passenger trains will be placed on the road running between East Saginaw and Toledo. This will give Ann Arbor more trains a day going north and south on the road and will open up a new country. 1 1 is expected that the running of these trains will commence about üctober lOth and the running time of all the trains on the "Ann Arbor" road will be changed at that time. Ten cars of steel rails passed through here, VVednesday, for the extensión of the road north of Cadillac. The road now has 1,200 men and fourconstruetion trains at work building the road north of Oadillac. The men are laying, önthe average, a mile of road a day and at tuis rate it will not be long before the road strikes the lake. The "Ann Arbor" road is pushing out rapidly and gives Ann Arbor much better facilities as a shipping point and also makes it easier to get to Ann Arbor from any part of the state. The road is opening up a rich and unworked territory and Ann Arbor ought to be a good point for the establishment of manufacturies.