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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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MICHIGAN GEni '
Tim Table (Revised) Nov. iS, 1894.
EST. WEST.
PM. AM
Milland Ex__-_ 350 Maill-___--8 43
N. Y. Special.-- 51lb N. Y. Special..-_ 7 lb
Eastern Ex.---10 25 N. S. LImited 9,21
A. M. Pacific Ex-----12 15
Atlantic Ex____7 47 P. M
D5 N. Express.... S 40 Western Ex.___2 12
G. R. Express ___11 05 Cbi. Nt. Ex.---10 lb
G. R. Ex--.--557
0. W. RUGGLnS, H. W. HAYen,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicagn. Agt., Ann .Arbor.
T.,7 A. A. & N. 1~ RY.
Tabing effect Sunday, Aug. , 1894.
Trains leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand-
ard time.
NOnTH. SOUTH.
7:18 a.m. 7:15am.
*12:25 p. m. 11:20 a. m.
4:15 p. M. 1:00 p. M.
nTrains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
Altrains daily except Sunday.£5Agn
W. H. BENNETT 85. P. A. Toledo U.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY,
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress t., 7:00,90:0
and 11:00 a. m 12:d5, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30,9:30 and
11:0 a. m.; 1:15, 2:d5,5:30,7:15,0:iO0andll:O0p.m.
SCNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congresat., 1:10, 3:30,
5:00,60:30 and 9:00 p. a.
Leave Ann Arbor Janction, :00,4:00,5:30,
7:00and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time. Fare: single trip 15
cents; ound trip tickets 2 cents.
Wa.F. PAsanoE, Snpt.
FLOWERS, FLOW ERS
For Everythi3ng and Everybody.'
COVSINS &UtLI filits, 2 nvesti5ae
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
U7. OF M. TA.ILORS
Our Spring and Suniler Woolene
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Gall and'see us.
48 S. Rtate .t., Seennd.Flnn, Ann Arbor.
22 Fears din th" 8u89iess-
CITYLAUNDRY,
Xt., M. SEAJSOLT, No.4 N. 4th' ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING !
Cleaning, Presning and Repairing
dnne neatly by
AUG. SCMOENEWALIS,' 14.H.Washington
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY:1
24 EAST HURON STREET.
Gocd Worb Guaranteed. Goods called for
and delvered. A. F. VO QVERT. Prep.
_ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladles' and Gents Clot~ng Clebised
or dyed.
3 W. HURON ST.. ANN ARBOR.
Members of OuarAt ~e Ticket Brokls' Asns
lation og U. S.
Cosby .& itcpon R. R. TicketAgency
.0 Adamsp 5k, Ctstago. Rednced rates to all.
points. .raasclh e KlodergLrlen 7No. 3'
N: tai st. Aen Arbor Sicigan.
$256.00 'for a 61,,Days Euro.
dean Tour.

At the Grand Opera House. BUSINESS LOCALS.
Rhsea,-This Illgic word has. a p:ro- NO)TICE -TO MEI+DICS.
fond charm for theaer-goers'. 11cr Call at Rloom No. 34, Maso:nic Block.
appearcances a10 alwrays greced by and inspect those11110elhaned and pockrt
crowded houses, and her sTngagollelt elt 131:t heAgs101 lid
lorro will prove.,110 cxceptionl. Tub, cry. If you lhave!l lly specisIal esigO
ill cononection with 11cr lalct.t01100 01, ill 101111 they will bc. ple'ased toee :-
"'The Palrisianls," by Victo~rienl.Sa:reoulit100satne fot you inlleaith.r wink.
will porove.a. double attractiionl. Two good solicitors wlantced at onace
Tlio New Grdes Picayutne! 1a-n: for work ill Anl Arbor. Call atfIt..
"The Parislalnx," Oli play whcrein she; Ann st. beitwveen 3 andll8 o'cloc'k this
01111100so0brillianltly, 10s11n adaptaltionl n-ruing. .s:I'e tIlRE.
of a clevcr comoedy by Vietorien Sair- AET ATD
dou. It is flil of teowerfu cha~ralcters, AET
Call a ieAgoIokBney o
an111 althloughi 1101a particutlarly 0 'tnh. r Sat o el Agic BokBlock.,No
1ional 0110, the listou:'r cannot fail to 1MsncBok
became, aboorbcd in a plot in whiichl "U. OF' 3. SPICING VACATION."
Ithere: is s0oloony, deepest lltan 1 01110- For tbo U. of M2. Spring ,acation,
tiocan. The 1p10tdrals of a. wealthly the T., A. A. & N. &I. wiillake rates
olad "nonveaux riceis" who hasaocn. of one and one-tlaird far:' for the rond
tenmpt of all senfliit'lt.sucaeedinag so trip to all points withinl the Crentral
well that lie eradicates: this feeling traffic association territory upton pre-
froma his famaily also. sentation of proper certificates.
As a consequen-lce of this, lhis eldest Tickets to he sold April 11th, 12th
maarriedl daughlter, tryilng to co111eal and 13. Limited' to return not la' Fr
h~er extravagance fromo hier ausbaldthaan April 23rd, 1895.
-h, ili,.. 11"11 t t" ,ui,,,,., R. S. GREENWOOD, Agt.

tabtles, got still eeper ill her embitar-
rassiarlt, 1and:1was relievedcib07-agenl-
tleanem.who loaneld liar thae-10:011: y 110
an lot of eisinteresterl generosity. (Of
coulrse, this cc:ated It secet b1: 'tNe(
thie gentlma i ad lin wife, -whiich
lerilit m1iscontstruledbythyeOh: usanda,
likl,t0: 1many7 seriousn compallications.
Theiotohear dlaghters also crelate
Iatrule+, with the exception, of 11he
hecroinec Clotilde. whao still haas faithtinl
the gooatla.ss of huanl~ity-,Iad1pl1ys
the role' of peaceaiaker, eventllrllly,
triolamphailag. 'T'he ioral lessona sl0ow s
thaat nvonl 11 shola d.llnot ;2amb~le', her
haave secrets fromlaatheir hutsblandsn.
1V. 11. Wilcox, '06 lit, was called
inae 7yesterdhay 010 business.ie oill
nlot retnrnOluntil after Ohl ' spsrinag v-i
cationl.
Tile library laad 00e0107tlyl la euv-
iest day in its history. Nearly 1,000
volulias, besides periodiclals, were
drawn.
Thae following progriaml will taoroin-
01:1 tt thse JeflrsoOianL1iterar'y soci-
ety this evening: iR:adinag, Mir. t'rlgil;.
dre'llliation, Mr. Crosby; oratiosa SMr.
Cioutits; speecla,AMr. Ha3-s; debate, "Ieo-
solved,Ithait the Jotan Traleii-raver
thxeory of negro coloniziation shaould baa
adopted," alt., :Messrs. DeVault and
Tolleson, neg., Messrs. Covert ad San-
derxs.

13. L. Jacobts, '9G law,. nwill no to
InianilT~territaory, wllere lie will take
up Iriiltoatdvork.
Prof. G. A. Scliram's
SCUOO[ OF MEMORY
Only, three lesons-on~e hour each.
Quadruples results - saves time,
Every day work the onlhy practice
required.
Lessons Private or in Class.
AMERICAN HOTEL, ANN ARBOR.
THE "STANDARD" CYCLOMETER
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY $2.00.
A Devico for Accurately Register-
ing the Diotaiace Travelled
on a Bicycle.
It is as precise ina itsoeperation: as a wch;:
will outwear five bicycles, weigbs only 3%4
ounces: is dust proof, waler proof and anoise-
1cms; baawite enameladial, sasme on::watch:;
registers 1,000 mles and repeats; in easilyanad
quicbly slppiee: adjustable to read fronm any
position In th~e sadd e; miade for 24, 25, 29Asd
30 iel: wbeels; and is absolutely guaranteed
-repaired without cbarge.
For Sale by nlItetail Illele Dealers.

2100, CHOICE STYLES
-of-
AT $4, WORTH $7 .AND $8.
Suits rc= $15 Up,
DARTER TAILORING CO.
APOLLO PANTS CO., CHICAGO.
Agent for ab:ove firms now here at Cor. I.
Univer-sity ave. and State s.
THE MARCH BICYCLES..'
21 POUND ROADSTER. lB' POUND GALE.
Mlanotactured by 'the
MARCH-DAVIS CYCLE CO,,
100 N. Clinton St., Chicrago, 111
APMADOC & MANCHESTER,-gnt,
42 '. este b-
filE YWABASU RD 0Ur
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,
TEXAS,
LOS ANGELES
-AND--
SAN FRANCISC.
New Texas and California Slecphmg
Car Line.
THE WABASH AND IRON MOUNTAIN PbYs.
Have tenaugurated a ne ally 1-sn toao
FIRtST CLASS SLERPES frot
CHICAGO TO LAREDO, TEX
Vias Little Rack. Matvern, Ten cbsa Yk.
estis , Austin and OSaiAsstosia. Pa a ;
cor Slot Springs Save only one ~eka i ar s
at M~alvern, 0:50 a. a. nest day:, ar vn
at Hot Springs at 11:10 a, n. na ixos The
qaiccestthbrough lepirrghcear line beaksse
Chlica:go asd Malven:. Also:dalylirs wT
Tourist Sleepaers, leavia~g 0'hicago en saisse
train, througb to baa Franeisco viau len.
Angeles Ca..
For maps. tickets and fall infslsaa&.,
apply to
J. H. GREEN J. HALDERVAES
Mli~gan Pass. Agt. Teas. Jran. .P,
TICKET OFFICE: 101 Clark st., CI tg. ltQ
F. H. Tristruam, P. E. Damas~ga
Cen. Pams. Agt. Pus. & Ti)v
Cor.. 7th aye, and Smith- 1610dlessas#,.
field st., Pittsburg, P'a. Tsoleide, 0

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