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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

14JGiLIGANGNTA To Look Over Our Line of Wheels
Time Table (Revised) March 1, 18110 means to satisfy yourself at a saving of dollars. Our line.
Mall and Ex__30Mail-_______83 Iver Johnson, Majestic, Road Kigand Maco
N. Y. Special.... 5 Os N. . Sprmi __ 7 Kin
Eastern Ex-2- 0 12 N. S. Limited.__ 92: 21d
Atlantic En-__ 7 M. Pacific Ex W _15 M.O PA Y
D. N. REpre s_ 5 40 Western Ex.__ _ 0 56. 58 and 60 s. M5ain St. Furniture.
G.R. Express ___1i 01 tChi. Ni. Ex -- 10 12'________________________________________
G.-R-- -----5 57 ___________________________
G.P.T.LAt., Chicago. Agt. AnnsArbor _ E P iN A P E
Ilave rrived Th laeto adfiest assortmn eer shoes in Aon Arboes Suit-s
- f m $14 to 05.Pns r 4 to $12
We nowtliii i ca pees ou adtil) please you to look shoer smples before
____ _ ]F. 3. Glen, The State St. Tailor,
20 S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
RAILROAD.
Time Tahle,.lJsn. 12, 1896. Work of H-arvard Laboratory. AVNt)TII-Iit S0(f1OI,l( LY l1'it E.
NORTHa. SOUTHs. -X lctr oil "'liii Relaion of so-
7:22 a. m. *7:40 a. m. iiHarvarditrioson"l cilty to 1)oilinll(Yt' wvl il -ll
*12:20 p. m. 11: it a.m
4:15 p. m. 9:21 p. D-1 Aln 2llloltleill.t hats Mis; cin ('111 liv c. Lee,oc .slcColliiclr, of' De-
All trains dasily except Suniday fi-oin the Harivalrd ((borseNtory o1' 1110 tritl), ill~t l clitire roomll 111 TapIn~l
*Trains run betwieen Ann Arbor sod Toledo
Y R S. GREENWOOD, Agent itslt&yo orco10'Vlill011.tie w~i~Oi be 4hs o11'cok ee-y
W. iH. BENNETT tG. P. A. Toledo 0. Ssltirs. 1'l~s( 1,16liscove1rl( win er 111:1:1 1111 wllhi' I eiv1er11 w-y
ANN ARBOR & YPSIL ANTI SL, BY, eii "111illation (If tlu' floury Drapehiicr dy ptoAri 2
Il1 ll(l'1 llloial li ll"niltlls iif .se'lar lLoi Alo~ ii l irir~yi:7
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895. spcsila, taken- b~y its's. Ii1 .1 (i:. Duii'. 1111 il 'oil'i s11:1:181 ~s
snd 11:00 a.m.; 1.1 52:55:0 0:45,L 9:15 and.1Il1"d Iz "Ce r'
10:45 p. m. Of nix defy valiables' w:15 lla1l',L-e and1: Aviu'i.
Leave Ann Arbor Juncioss, 7:40, 9:15 saed _______
11:30 a. in.; 1:15, 0:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15 ini taist Jilly of seveii.-
p. m. Stiibscrile for the Dal!-.
SUNDAY TOIE. '1'ii syoli ti sedi in Idis::Ovlrilig va-r-
breve Ypoilanti from Congresslnt.,12:30 :0, i1.111 stars is very sii:-cossfiil. Theco-
:001:05acirdl900 p. n
Leae Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00,51:50, 1sl i11 tihe Iolio:il tlry lt lil rtry, S1) to
S7:0 and 9:30 00rn
Car runas on city time Fare: single trip 15 s11':ii, o~f tll:' sky f or toe issi ligt -nt; rond tip tcker 25 ents
WM. F. PARsKE'i, Sept. ye,1.ir. - Dur1)ig tios lt l ollerly 60,(1)10 - -
STUD LEN/PS ~ 1yl1otoi119rilils of lh iii s a115lt 10iffer'li)I ti
ifyo Wil t god sli llir1110ins 55;le c ll " hums v -14(1 1 lI t 11(1 11 1 :115 -(is as Itic
Iyou 1aitS goo 'cOnfiler, 1110li cm No. 1,nc cal stair 15 notlicedl Will liy':"eiri tllse o1)V0
B eyc ls Enmed an alid h~'lllllt lillg:115~~~
itsi U IT IR BIR 5 r 111t'giliii'fere 'i is 11'Ih~ ly ,
B i y le R etp airin g s. 111110(i 11 t11 lis oaopll' If ll o i nic Vi:ill
RENSCHER, til' 1:1 lli ler t1ll stalrl is (nll' l1lly
BicyclesEnamele anull' ki 11111 these dfent his sztpb sit al e 1:1o
of~s ma RBeor. MC learne whetlef theill~ staribl ias iis is
rhcltsan ade as tlo~tI to i-'otlr tiof i Bar vria-lmen
s.JLLI ~ S tis wetllith gl-ol llsslce- i
Lag R~ee nOFie Pie,buenai the Obsro-:lry, 004l.vIo1s thelat tl Gisti&C a k
p 1 1 .0e tp crul o~a glc e ri gCo o a e a pandie r has pcote to bor h9111 111110 alR I
coAsTic-bi b ilie- ~sbonO'ti

Th AO IgSePing CoM ar btwee T
'T he Onu g Sleepiug or D r a g R oom% cur4
The Onig SDrawing SeeaCrLine betweeno
Tledoand olunbus.adIlaretn
Thellman Sleepen o ra wngslmad
LibetwnToeniusadoCoumbuso. n
The Only 1D1r1awithRomGrainech w een
htaToledo, oubowlng Caeon, n
THlE ONLY LINE with I teaseascrrhiwaydnily
hetween ToillsedtndColumbu '.V.
TSwnda1ysHReweTl ens oledous
dTHE YLIEVith5ranseine aydal
TH wenO TAleoroleeng ree Fna
TH NLYuLIEceit2tainn eh ay ail
Pulltwnen rolead restonm, 1100ao
THErNLYDete.,wIhe NEirib neieed Tonay
Agentlonithe Ohie Central Lines.
MOULTON HOUK, 0. P. A.
TOLEĀ®O, OHIO
- r SMrs. A. F. Dilillet,.
theiwoinderfulily ri111e1
rseaenth o imbglt 111 0f
-, ocrqwit veil ni ti
o 11 yoi0whlO lie i-
swe- l~rsiiques trone afdthe
TT eslaw, e~ loern
lurhy ilays 1514 1loca-
tions:11dgitesnalmes. It 1ei awl-nw
fatithst only a sevensIllloiitlirlborn wisih
veil, canprsedct futue-vents. 11o:'t5f111111
all tieleths olaily. Clot-s 9 a1. 0m. 1to11p. in.
Fti' sol ad $t1.0.Lurk chrm rifrce' 1o ali
Ivia afull rcading;. Inhisority one wsek
oilly.
Private Parlors at Unity Block, N.
Fifth ave. Walk up stairs. Room 8.
THE KINDERGARTEN' BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
XONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
PROP'ERTY.
Whlolesale Uigars, Tobsicces and Cigairettes
rhis space is reserved,
for the Grand Opera.
House.

15 Washington Block.
flflD Q~f~f 00 . STATE
ThUR W&UC011TS EET.+
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
COTRELL & LEONARD,
Albany. N. Y,
Makers of
CFaps Gowns
2for Yale '96Harvard
96, Princeton 196 and
we add with pleasure Michigan '96.

to its safe ,axrivsi, as it wsa's ritherio
da tngeoels voyalge fieuolereo IArut
q[uita..
At presoeut 2.15ylire' preptliiu at theIllate Perfvmls!
bsol'vltalory to send a colectioie. ofi
lslotogrnililo to Xlew York for. oxlsibi-! 'WHY NOT?
tioiu. Theo nollection tis010m11a1'to tih'
0100 exhibited at ('11kago dulnlg the' Easter Perfumes ought to
W~orld's F'air. go with Easter lilies and
Easter bonnets.
NOTICER Tt) ttOTBALL 'MRN.
All foruiuor footbsall p~lyers a111111111 We have all thle Spring
fliosse .ill the UivenOrsity who expecitlos odors, sodh as Lilac, Lily,
bowno can(,iililiis for thll'teamsui1llxt Violet (4 kinuds), Crasb Ap-
fall are requssted to report on1thie ple Blossomn, &c.
caiils0, c~u tlo 5'lnasnlBD-cy OUlRperfumes wsill keep
dlay it 4 l>. in., for springllsr Ducliceo freshs andsdweet until they
Old players will be ouit to cok-1u loe aelludup
t11e11. I. 52. SE-NTI'iR, Captaisi.
Washburn Guitar for sale, Argus
office., 1268 hCALKINS' PHARMACY,

i

EASTER GIFTS,
Perhlaps ai11'U. of
M." spoon on pin?
A lsandsome line
of suitable novelties.
WUM, ARNOLD'S 'JEWELRY' STDRE.
111114TERFnRr CATERER,
flI1~U~N nr~n IllE~assl,

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