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June 18, 1896 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1896-06-18

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

MICHIGAN CniI
ime Table (Revised) March 1, 196.
EAST. WEST.
Mal and Ex-..1350 Iall - 88
N. Y. Special_.. 5 00 N.Y. pcal.7 3
Eastern Ex-...1012 N. S. Liitd ..0
Atlantic Ex.--7 30 Pacific Es.12 ib
D NEspress.--- 5 40 Western Es.----200
G:. R. Express ...l1 05 Ci. Nt. Es ...10 8?
0. W. RUGLE, H. W. HAY80,
G. P. & T. AgI, Chicago. Ao. Ann rbor
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Junns 7, 189.
NOoRTH. SOTH.
-7:3 a. m. e-7 .Mm
is:05 .m *11:30 . m. 1
4 4:8p. m 8:15P. M.
550:30 p.. -8: P. M.
ISnday only betwen Toledo and 1am-
brg Junction.
-Daly sleepers- between Toledo and
Frankfort.
aliy except Sunday
Rt S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. 0. BENNETT 4. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, May 17, 1896
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress St., el, 8:00
and 11:00 a. m; 12:5, 200, :130, 5:00, :45, 0:30
and 10:15 p. m.
Leave Ae Arbor Jnctio, 7:00,8:V0aned
51:30 a. i.; 115, 2:0,4:00, :30, 7:15, 9:00 an:
1:45 p. m.
SUNDAY TIME,
Leave Ypsilanti from Cogrs s ., 1:30,3:0,
5.00, 6:0 and 9:00 p. m.
leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,:30,
700 and 0:30p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
W. F. PARsKE, Spt
STUDENTS I
If you vasnt good relibe life Insrnce call
on S ed TrScOmber, offie No. 1, S.
Fourth ae.
Bicycle Repairing.
Bicycles Enameled and all kinds
of machine work.
HUN4TER BRSFOS..
Ne. 9 East Liberty St.
RENTSCHLER,
PHOTOCP..&PHE1. I
ANN ARBO0R. MICH.
Just Received a Large and legant
Line of New Pipez!
Hot Lunches, Chocolates and
on Bon.
IR. 1E. JOL.,L.y & 0CO.
00S. State St, Suer Block.
RAINDALL
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
Closing Outt
We havo left a fair stock of
all sorts of
--WRITING TABLETS
which can be closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IbC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - 8C
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN lABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE R LB.
This stock will not b repaced.
Come quick for rstocoie,
Argus Printing House

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF REPAIRING- AND PACKING"
for shipment. All kiinds of Houlsehold Goods, Furniture,
Rugs, Draperies, and China to Rent. Rates satisfactory.

Furnitusre.

56, 58 and 60 S. Main St.

OUR NEWU SPRZING SAMPLES
Hlave arsived. The largest and finest assortment ever shows In Ace Arbor. Soils
Osom$14 to-W.Pants Preen $4 to $11.
We keow that we can please you and'twIll please you to look at our samples before
buying spring furnishings.I
F. J. Glen, The State St. Tailor
205S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MVICH.

VACATION IRATES.
Tho Anu Arbor lRoad xwiii make
rattes otf 2c per mile Is any point in
Central Traffic territory to parties of
ten (10) or nioro traveling together.
Special traini will be run to Chiicaigo
tune 17 if 75 people take tickets.
Quickest time and g,,,ood service guli-
anteed. Leave your naiee at ticket
office.
R. S. GREENWOOID, Agt.
Pleasant rooms for Commtencement
week and the Sunmmser School at 45
Wssslteilaw ave. 1(
A, G Spaldiog & Bros.
sntee that the article
l)eering it Is the best
-lelduced. Uniforms
andSupplies of every
description Per 1Isasc-
blli, Tenn~is. Gelf.
Seed 'oeehasdome
Illustrated Catalogue.
ThseAcme of Perfcrtion-
THE SPALDING BICYCLE FOR '96.

Return Home by Boat!I
The Anohor Line
Plying between Buffalo and Dululth
ofoer special inducements thiis year
to students desiring to go hsome by
the Lake Rtonte. The palace steam-
ers India, China cud Japan leave
Detroit twice a week each way. For
rates, time tables and full informa-
tion apply to J. W. AAtROE. Agt.
Address P. 0. Box 150, or call at 94
E. Washington 01.
J. W. HAAS.
LIVERY, HACK AND BAGGAGE
+ + LINEs + +-
21 N. MAIN ST., OPP. POST OFFICE.
ORDERS FOR TRAINS, PARTIES, DRIVING
Promptly attended 41e.
STUDENTS' TRADE SOLICITED.

Thie COAST LINE to MACKINAC
--+4-1-TA KE T H E -f--
DETROIT
PETOSKEY
T CHICAGO'
2 New Steel Passenger Steamers
The Greatest Perfection yet attained in Beat
Construntiion-Lusurious Equipmntn, Artistic
Furnishing, Decoration and Efficient Service.
insuring ihe highest degree of
COFIFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY.
Fouss TrinnPERWEEKBEWEmN
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
PETOSKEY, rtsTE oO,y'MARQUETTE,
Ass DULUTHs.
LOW RATES to Picturesque Mankinac and
Return, including rlenansand Berths. From
Clevrend, 5.8;:from Toleds, $15; lin Den
tesit, $13.50.
EVERY EVEINGS
Between Detroit and Cleveland
Conetingsat Ceveland with EarieslTrains
forall points Eastoutih andSuthwst and at
Detroit ler all poinssNorth and Northwest.
Sunday TlipJne, JlypAugunt aned Septmher Only.
EVtRY DAY tETWEEN
Cleveland, Put-in-Bay jToledo
Send Poe Illustrated Pamphlet. Address
A. A. SCHANTZ. a. P. A.,DETRnIT. MICiH.
14e Detroit & Clevelarid Sleaut Nay. Co.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
Repairs all kinds of Gold Pins,
Ringe, etc. Call and see.
C. H. KEYIES.
TRADE WITH PARKEIRI
Purest and best Soda in this city.
Home made and fresh candies.
Fruiits in season. Give us a call1
aiid be well treated. Cor. State
and N. University ave.
-0 SUMMER NOVELTIES.
- Waist Sets, Silk
and Leathier Belts,
Silk Umbellas, "U.
of M." Pius, Stemns.
IAuR Aninit y l WI Al DJ TnSDE

TELEPHONE 68.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New Terh, Chisiago, Philadelphia, THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD HALL
Largest Maneufacturers of Bicycles and Ath-
letic Coeds lia the world.
Sp::ldingr's Official Baseball Gside Poe 189:6
coetains 22d pages of reuding ma:tter and dl RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
pages of bhsif-ione pictures. iscluding all the
ational Leagse teams, miner league chain- 8EONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
poS. college teams and old-lime players;
teuNew Playing Rales; official averages oP PROPERITY.
all league aend cellege clsubs. Price, 10 ctsnts.
Wholesale Cigas, Tobaccos asd Cig-arettes
Summer Law Lectures, tivy. oP Virginias,
Jely 1 to Sept. 1, 1896. Par students and Ham~rr CATERER,
practitioners. 27th: year. Pee catalogue, ad- ~ K1 .Wsig
des(P.O0. Charlottesville, Va.):0 .Wahig
R. C. MINOR. Secretary I HNSERE ton st.
Three Opiio' s
"The CHICAGO RECORD is a model
newspaper in every sense of the word. "
Harrisburg (Pa.) Call.
"There is no paper published in America
that so nearly approaches the true journal=~
istic ideal as The CICAGO RECORD. "
From "-Newspaperdom" (New Yorkf).
"I have come to the firm conclusion, after
a- long test and after a wide comparison
with the journals of many cities and coun-
tries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes
as near being the ideal daily journal as we
are for some time likely to find. on these
mortal shores. "Prof. J. T. Hatfield in
The Evanston (11l.) Index.
Sold by newsdeale rs everywhere and subscriptions
received by all postmasters. Address THE CHI-
CAGO RECORD, 181 Madison-st.

The OnlU Slenping Gsr Line botwuss Ts-1
leds and tCniumbus.
The Onlo Sleeping or Drswin Roson Gar
Line-between Toledo, Columbus and
Marietta.
The Onig Drnwing Essom tar Line between
Toledo,Clmbsbna ulharlenton,
S. IVa.
FuilnsoOSltepers between toinobus and
Chicago.
THE ONLY LINE with 4 trainn eaeh waydaily
betweensToledo and Coumbunhs.
THE ONLY LIRE with8 transemch way en
Sssdays between Toledo and Clolumbhus,
THE ONLY LINE with 5 trainsneach way daily
between Toledo, Bowling Green ad
Fis~lay.
TE ONLY LINE with 2Itras eaeh waydaily
between Toedo and Charleston, W. Fa,
TE ONLY D)IRECT LINE between Toedo0
and the Yirglnlno.
THE POPULAR LINE between Toledo, Fesis.
ria, Bueyes, Granvleand Newark.
FuBllinforatonrelative be eaten, ims Of
trains, eta., will he eheerfully furnsehed by any
Agent of the OhisoCentrailLines.
MOULTON BOUK, 0. P. A.
- TOLED09 OHIO

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