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TlIiP UNIVsZSI'IY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Hlighest Tribute Ever Paid to a Biyce
New York, March 25th, r896.
Mr.W. C. Pasly, Sec. Jersey City Y.M.C.A.
The National Board of Trade of Cycle
Manufacturers hereby sanctiono a public e-
bibition of cycles, accessories and sundries, at
the Y. Ml. C. A., March 2th and 28.
This sanction is granted on the epress under.
standing Itat on0 exhibition of VICTOR
BICYCLES wiltIbe permitted.
Tours truly,
R. L. COLEMAN, President.
W yare the members of the'
W Y National Bicycle Board
of Trade
AFRAID to exhibit their wheels with
VICTORS?
BECAUSE VICTORS
Cst mre to buil,
Are made f etter material.
Show eter sworksansip,
Run rsier and wer lnger,
Are worth mre than ther bicyces.
WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST?
OVERMAN WHEEL C.
New or. IBoston. Detroit. Dener.
tan rncsco. Los Angeles Portland, Ore.
Desfigner and taker of fine foot-
wear. Bet place for repa ring.
JOHN WO[LKE, 43 S. MAIN ST,
UP STAIRS.
FIRST NATIONAL B.ANK.
OP ANN ARBOR.
oraized 163.
Capital, 100,00. Surpustoand Profits, W4,008
Transacts a genral banking bsssness.
Freten esean ges Iouhttandold. Furnish
lettersnoa credit
P. BIACH Pes.S W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stoe, $0,000. Surplus, 1510,00
Resources, $1,100,000.
Ognled undethe Genera Bning Laws
tI tis State. tReceives depstt, buys nd
sls rexunge us the principal cities of the
United States. Drats case upon poper
identfieation. Saety driosit boes to rent
OFetens: Christian lact Pes; W 0.
arriman, Vice-Pes.: Chs EB. Hscoe,
Cshier: B, . I.Frice Assistant Cahier
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S8, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Everythina inthe Bicycle
line at
M, SI[DL'S Ccle Emprium,
11 W. Washington St.

--OR
HYGIENIC - BOARDING - HOUSE.
L~ocated tall a block lernm University grounds,.tinder new management and with
tire slew of accommuodatinrgrrny prsn apalyin'. foe board. We aire assued of guod
sprinrg patronage. Sitree our capacity is timitecTappiy at once or call at 11 Olaynard
St., next to Schrool o1 Music.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
YOU WILL SOON NEED
A Trudldnk or Travelfing Bag
Largrest assortment in the city. Boy it at
TFeufel's Hiarness Sho0p, 45-a5. Main. st.
- LEHIIQI1 IKT1ES5AND
f1niversaI Crandall typeihrs flo.s
AgrntstWantet vrywhe, Sedlfo Caerel
C"RANDALL MACHI.ECO., GROTON, sN.
Ann YOU COZNC HOME?
Then bsoy a Sumtrmer stupply before yen leaveo the best
tmarket illAnterica.
100 Pittsbnrg Stogies for 81.00,------------ -----4 for 5e
100 National Sto-ies for $1.33,------------------for Sc
100 Alfoisee Cigars $2.00,- - - - - --2 for Sc
10 .roiy Cigars $3.60,-----------------lie25
t00 Oswl Iloqitet Cigrers $6.00,------------- ---4 for 25e
100 Rtoyal Baniner Cigars $7.30,----------------- for 25c
DIEAN &COMPAN-Y.
44 South Main Street.

ANN ARtBORItI. It. EXCU7RSION jLOiW lATES bOil STUDENTS
RATES. Ivia
Blenevrolrtnt andc Protective Order of NIIGIHIGAN CENTELA~L.
Elko, Cintcinnati, 0. lRate of one farre Parties of 310tsr tmiore traivelitng to-
for ltre rountri ti ktstets to be scrtd geticr ca11 seces a ratc- of 2 (,eins pc-c
Jrtly 5it an trl tt, good returning Jolly mtiles-inc10' tireMct1or iiriitwl
111:1. itot bre tecs~rrsanry to sere a lrrgcr
-Natiotnal Leatte of Ainerirars numttrtlo otith is tale, andrtextrar
Wtir'sltir't, Louisville, IKy. tRate of coraches will tre srovidedslfosr all ltitis
otse fate, for tlls rournd trill, tickceetsro as will sleetpitng anrsltarlor caro like-
be soldt Autgutst oi tirnirllit, good re- AwiseOtt11l9t,1icaitioti tol IL.W. fliyes.
ltrintrcrAuigust.17th. agsert. rEldegantt euilsrrrslt," rfasot
. la1,tist TYountg Peoples* Utniontirf Iitte." Secutre tic-keltsi adlvrancc and
Aitericit, Milsatrke., Wis. Otto fnrrsavoid theremult at itrin htim'.
for routnid trill. ticketu to be sold Sttly 18. AV. StAVES, Agent
14th t 16hl, good relrtrtDiitg holy 20th. SE.NIOISS, ATTENI'IONI\'
Natironarl lsltealieilal Associationi Seniors are requetedl to rail at tire
Bluffalo, N. V. Otre farre for 'roiud twr' liete ona oo'iel
titrpers $2.00 membsrtershrip fee, lick- to get ttreir eollidle.etscat irwitalions
ets to lbe sold Jutly Sittrnd 6thtl,rc- Hours 1 p. ill, daily.
turned limoit Jirly 12lt. C. SK. McMULlEN,
Voting Peoples' Society of Chiristian Churn. SIavitatioun tont.
Enideavor, Washingtotn, D. C. One _________
fatre for rountirrips, ticketn to be sold TO blENT
tJtly 4th to 7t,lhmiterd for return to Fer ttiheseasotn at 01lt Mission, a
Jilly 1,50. furnished cottage, beautifully located.
C4. ..5.Rtcattrpn1Dt at St. Pant, For termn, etc., apply to Thero. Price,
MitsuI., Septt. 2nsd raid 4th, one cetat per St. Johrns, Micb.
milie. Packing and forwarding of furittire
Bay View Cairp Meeting, May Viesw, done with great care. Low prices
N11h. lOnefgeoo nd- ripAunytguaranteed. tCall or 'phone to Startle
7thto l.i0, go for teturn Auus Haller's Fnrniture Store.
thr._________
Chicago, Ill., Demtocratic National Messrs ., Wright, Kay & Co., of Dc-
Crnvoticot. Oite faire for round trip troit, besides being t-Ie largest man-
July 3d to 6th, good returning July ufacturers of fraternity badges in the
12th. United States, are headquarters for
Knights of Pytias Uniform Stank, fraternity broches, book marks, belts,
Cleveland, Ohio. One fare for routid hon ben boxes, bag tags, canes, fobs,,
trip Augttst 22d to 24th, good for re- glove fasteners, glove menders, glove
turn August 31st. buttoners, garter buekles, sockets,
silver lorgnette chains, silver lockets,
STUDENTS, ATTENTION! silver hearts, mienthols, memorable
Men or women wlsowish to go to day tablets, metnorandum tablets,
Ray View, Mich., for the season for- match safes, necktie holders, pipes,
wvrt, please eall Thursday afternoon pocket pieces, paper clips, paper cut-
only, at No. 7 N. State stk Mrs. it. C. ters, rules, spoons, stamp boxes, run
Eames. dials, sleeve links, umbrella clasps,
HOME SEEERS EXURSONSvinagrettes, stationery, crests, mono-
June 10 and 23, grams, etc., ete.
via Ripans Tubules core torpid liver.
Ohio Central Lines. Iipans Tabules: gentle cathartic.

MOORE & WETMORE
6S.B Niain and S State St..
Corner of Wflium.
Invie your attentir to tieir line of
LAWN TENNIS GOOD0S,
We teep he clebrtedAstry acqts,
otir hrrcirt iat are eru btter; nine
tire Tatsardr,lod and Harvard for
eceaperuaquets. Try the new Tennis
B all, the Slazenger,
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
Also Baseball Gods and Hammcks.
PRIVATE
lessons itn daning will be given
by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Grager at
their academy duritng May and
June. Program evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
$WHEN YOU GO HOME $
reovearebock Sb aturday
PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S. STATE ST.
hnere eforlHolmes'LieyIlnvr
$olsscs you
"Viking
AND
Hummer."
GOLFP
AND
IBIC-YCLE
Are up to date and a little be-
yond.
15i Main St.
SPECIAL.
I ETAS a SCHANZ sell Sols and Pnts
toes is suit everybody; wve also do
reairingclersing and prSs~g r
fnlidor and delvered. CBu 4OS.5 State t.,
second foor
0M.5MARTIN, FuneralDiretor, Cloth
. ial Mtallie Caneta nd ine rde
Coffns. Embalming a Specialty. No. a7 S.
Fourthr ave.
Uj OF M. $SHAVINO PARLOR and Bath-
rooms. All .ppontnents first lms
tm " preanomestic eciars. Ladies artis-
Ol air dresslig and bathig parlors. J. R.
Trolanowui $WS. State t.11-
WHTEN TOU WANT your lothes leaned
$5pressed, relined or rebound go to Mrs
ing ere over Sheehan bootstore. Lab-
oratory aprons made aoeoder
A 0, NE W
CO00LLAR

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