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March 13, 1895 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1895-03-13

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TILE U. OF M. DAILY.

MWGHIGAN C13AL~
[ine Table ilisrised: Nov. 18, 194.
EAST.WEST.r
Mail and Ex --4930 Mail --------843
N. Y Special---- 5915 NY.Specilt... 73W
Eastern Ex----10 25 N. S. Limuited.--- S 25
A. M.. Pacific Ex---12 15
Atiantic Ex....- 7 47 r. M
U. N. Expres.... 5' 405 Western Ex--2 12
0. 1I. Express --11 05 Cihi. Nt. Ex....10 '25
G.R.Ex-------9 7
0. W RUGGSos, 14. IW. HAYES,
G, P. & T Agt.. Chicago. Ag.,Asoi Arbor.
T., A. A. &. N. MY. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, Aug. 1, 1804.
'Trains leave Ann Arbor on CentraliS land-!
nrd tine.
NORTH. SOUTH.
7:185a. m. *i:15a.in
*12:2 p. n, 11:30 a.m.n
4:19p.m. 9:00 p.mi.
iTrain run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
All trains daily except5HSuAgen
W. 10. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 03.
ANIN ARBOR &_YPSILANTI ST. RY,
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Lev:e Ypsilanti froms Congress st., 7:00,9:00
and 11:00 a. m:.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:G0, 6:49, 9:0sod
i0:30 p. in.
Leave Ass Arbor Junction, 7:30,9:30 and
11:30 a. a.; ::1,2:45,5:30,7:15,:30:ndl:04p.in.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leasve Ypsilanti from Congress st.. 1:3,13:30,
5:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m
Leave Aim Arbor Janction, 2:00, 4:00,59:30,
7:10) and 9:30 9,p.n
Coes run on city time, Fare: single trip 15
coats: round trip tickets 25 cests.
Win. P. PARKERs opt.
FLOW ERS, FLOWERS
For Ev erything and Everybody.
COUSINS 9lHALLFlOrIsf~ 0ts,5 .idephonya11.
The
Clover Leaf
Ro ute.
"Please keep in mind tlin Toledo,
St. Louis ,& Kansas City R. It.,,
The Clover Leaf Route, "Fast
Line" for St. Lotus, Mo., and [lie
West and Southwest leaves To-
ledo Union_ Depot at 5 p. ini.
daily, arrives New Union Staltion
(the largest in the world), St.
Louis early next morning.
CONNECTION WITH ANN ARBOR
and Michigan Central lines at
Toltdo.
Buffet Reclining Chair Cars Beata Free
and Vestibuled. Sleepers with-
olltt Olangze.
0. C. JENKINS.
Generl Passenger. A ., Toledo, 0.
17. O1r 3. T~atLOZ~S'
Our Spri~ng and $uiner Woolens
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Call and see us.
4SS. State sO.. Meiond Flnoor, AnA rbbr.
22 Years in the BusineSS1__5l5t4X0 i
CITY LAUNQRY
X. M. BEABOLT. No. 4 N. 4th ave.

Atlietic Association Matters. At the Grand Opera Houso.
"Tn- directors of to Athletic assoti-la '« s i, sAllt sIi lrtfnc
tion at their isicetiug hast iiight ('01- ttt eve ottipieteiy woni til wome01.
sidered the proposed liews tcnstitutionl The fai- sex has heeii as eaistliulsiaict
of t1e assotiation. Withiltf5 w in IstnicillE it ii New York as t-
changes It was declils-to Isriel- it to ms aebeadltn ofa
tiio annu~tal nin hg of ihe aissciation aese h heoealac i
iii April. There are a numbeslsr of iti- or seven ififert-nt timeis. ii~hi .1 are*
pol-tnt -changes i it-e new -onstits: iillf1alttdozen i pr3 loive stories it, ii
a few losys. saindltiiye lave, lnslsli(-yosiiig iii111ill
WMONDERFUL PHONOGRAPH COICERT tb~llst too0. The eomnedy Is tonhi-
lilevliliol lat the l(randiioirope lhulse
-AT__sniitomorros for the irst tmbtelI i.
Presbyteriau £huch Iue dgy E tneMning, ev-n-iMcl 9,6i
MARCH 19 Itobetrt [7 iogeroll AN ill deliver a lit'
_ tre:-at it-e Grand opera slions's-, takiing

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Varied mussical procrasm sitb collegi- yells
soid songs. Lost ior foil program 0is:ainother
columon.
Ticbets can beSeerd :at Moorie&S.Wetmsore
on ain st. andoiltate sis ., also at Ci. & Mi.
Dirsuetoso onStatesit.
0te tibnte
mns Ina pnrtpayment frCchgti r.ado Acme
bicycle,.ewtieh we send them os approval. go
work dane until the bicycle arrives and prmves
sisnfactery.
Young ILadieSsmeermste
If loyi orgiris applyvthey mustibe well recoma-
aendedi. Write for particulars.
ACME CYCLE CO11IPANY,
ELKHART, IND.
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,
TEXAS,
LOS ANGELES
---AN-
SAN FRANCISCO.
New Texas and California Sleeping
Car Line..
THE WABASH AND IRON MOUNTAIN RYS.
Have, inaugurated a new Daily Line of
FIROST CLASS SLEEPERS from
CHICAGO TO LAREO TEXAS,
Via Little Rock. Mlavern, Texarkana, Pal-
estine, Austin and San Antonio. Passengers
for lint Springs have only one change of ecars
1st filiern, 9:90 a,.in, neat day)., arriving
at Hot Springs at 11:19 a. in. Sid hours the
squickest thresugi sleeping car line between
Chicago and Malvern. Also daily line of
Tourist Sleepers, leaving Chicago on name1
train, through to San Franelaco via Lon
Angeles 'Csl,

NOTICES,
Nin-ty-s vtn track oliiisarcsvixftsiest.
sel to han tOh 'ivnnmes", soit. C. tour1
lanilt once,--;they slioisnialsoirvtport
at thi-. ytiniitshniii aiid train wiltys lwb
canida0:tes for:thelii-varsity te in)-
of Ihllailtss of li9 V':iwnisdiaoy, 401'st
13i ilthiieitlillit 4lt'cluck. A 01110
.tltondaniits'is: s 'sho.
11. ii. PAUL, ir''s:.
Xii ill ls iss ir:tio tsii btil -1 v
tr~sasis o5 itlee Issiso 115tias it-
toi lttak . tlrr'Iig:'1:tlilts fro- ilit- i-
ltttires visit.
HA1IItiiIN S*Oi'tE, 'it'ss.a
hreslinen who wish to try for ta
pl1acr511ltte '98 0ieion whiell coosovs-srs
a~gainist ')7 11 int' rela0y tace!at the
indooor mee-t are retl-este dtorepsoiri
to i in ithei;gyiisit evrcs-y- day
fsr ioaetici-. t1. '. IEALD,
'8 Track Mttgr
The ersoit who took lily suotiesI
front tlthtibsi-oieoit of the gyniiuosnl
Stuttrdaiyafte-rnisoo, M1-eh1.will
please returniltill- same to [teyoffice
tif Oiii gyrnsiol~ouin, or to 21 Pack ird
s0. "My nameitiandsiaddoriss are printed
J. fL. TlOarfO
All persons 115 lorilig risolt'to -1A slur-
ilg tl~e cluossicl lifser: -or.-to ise
iItO idi' thiis city [hi' Itt svt:', in
Maicli xvwilli-last' nostify t1. 1'_ 1Merlg
by letter', or caiili t N\'vtlirry lviii
iii. If notifying iiy letters. please stale
hit fly yotir acu'ionooottiono. lusi 1 140
per- doy for roontis or rooii 11:1
hoard.
A CHEAP TRIP 'TO JACKSON-:
VILLE.
A party of ladlis and gesslenaee is
heing organized to leave Anu Arbor
Saturday, ]ilareb 161, for a two Weeks'
trip to Jacksonville, lFla., and retain.
Tue private car "City of Ann Arbor'
will carry the party through and. will
he used for dining and sleeping pur-
poses during the eutire trilp.
The mat for Ihe round trip 'ti-ont
Ann Arbor will he only $6l2.50S, and]
will include sleeping accommodations
and meals for. 15 dlays.
A stop will he made at Chattanooga
to enable members of the party to
visit Lookout 'Mountain. Stops will
he made at other points that the party
may decide upon.
In cane of failure to organize,,i party
of 18 the trip wsitl not be made.,
'Write H. S. Greenwood, Agent T..
A.° A. &;N" M. thy,, ut Ann Arbor fori
tickets and reservaionis of berths; ssle,"
Competent }servants will a nspssssy
tin entietip.
R. S.GREE'WOOD,4Ag.

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