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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN G(NJAI
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 1894.
Malland Ex-5__350 Mail - 50______ 3
N. Y. Special.... 5 15 N. Y. Special---. 7 0
Eastern Es.---10 15 N. S. Limited.... 5 25
A. M. Pacific Eu_. 12 15
Atlantic Es.---7 47 P. as
D. N. Exprs---- 5 40 Western Es__.2 12
G. 1R. Express ...ii 05 Chi. Nt. Es.---10 25
0. W. RUGGLaES, i1. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agl., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
T. , A., A. & N. M. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, Asg. 1, 18id.
Traiss leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand.
ard time.
7:18 a..m. *7:15 a.m.
*12:25 p. M, 11:30 a.m.
4:15 p. m. 9:00P. m.
*Trains rsn between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
All trains daily except Sunday.
R. S. GREEN WOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 01.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY,
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:009:00
sad 11:00 a. in.; 12:45, 2:15,51:00, 0:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:50, 9:30 and
11:0 a. m.; 1:15,2:45,5:30,7:15,9:30 and 1:00p.m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressast., 1:30,3:30,
5:00,60:30 aid 9:00p. m.
Leave Asn Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:89,5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time. Fare: single trip 15
cents: round trip tickets 25 conits.
Was. F. PARKEas Supt.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybody.
COUSINS & HALL, florists, 28Telephioni ave
ODIETAS & SCHANsZ,
Our Spring and Summer Woolens
a10 now on sale. Prices Low.
Ciall and see us.
48 5. Stale st., SeconsdVloor, AsnArbor.
22 Years in the Business.- R3t&'..
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. M5. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
Cleaning, Fressing and Repairing
dune neatly by
AUG., SCHuOENEWAL),T2,E. Washingtn
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY!
20 EAST HUON STREET.
Gocd Wnrk Cuaranteed. Coods called for
asad delivered. A. F. COVERT. Fro~p.
ANN ARB OR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Cents' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST.,. ANN ARBOR.
Mtembers ofGuOarantee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
ciation of U. S.
Cosby & Ic~son R. R. Ticket Agency
50Adams st., Chicago. Reduced-rates to all
points. Branch The Kindergarten No. S
N. Main st. Ann Arbor Michigan.
$255.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour.
We enorg.nizing a nelect party fora slm-

At the Grand Oisora House.
This chiarmoinogartist . wilil appear
for ono night only at 011e Granul 0ope'la
house, on Monday, April S. Of Illici
ii:rself it is necessary to say but little,
as9 s12000 univcrsally, admitted to be
an iictress possessinag thic highest lorder
of abilitics. . H-andsomennd niaturailly
gracefual. Naturelhis hbeea extremaely
k, ilsd to 11cr, holt it has ulwaiys beeni
ina her exutisite art 11hat she has hern
pre-eminenlt. IHer frlinds 1501eswil
lbe glad to know thcat shicswill thiis
seas~oniprcsent 1a comedy from then11011
of such a maste0r of the draiccor110
Sardoii, whaichli iiiits elf slioaalid biea
sulthcont guarantoe of its cxeollence:.
111 lilaiew play. "The Parisians," lie
deplicts the coimedly sidl:: of life ill gay
Paris. ltile Rheia is a tFrenchl woaiian
herself, andl in 01: - intorlaprelitioia of
itio gloat Fre11c1 authioi-'s work, she
hals :ileaiced all lie will iois::is aid
epigriamsithaO chiat er2100iedhis -writ-
The New York Worldl op ~ial froim
"'The P'arisias,' a v-irsioin if Salr-
dou'sai liaison Noee.' witlhi':t(" a
ths staor, was Iprasenatediat the'Graonad
opeiria. lioais-c Ii rotonighit. Sbni-weas
supported by 51a xcelletiinpianay,
includliig I.S. Ha:rt. TI:e1117' 00
strong1)damall:tic~ally. "'T0'1c0ninth:'
thirdacst hetweeii Mr. SHart :ad Illi l
ov- r :a plookargoe of lolteis, is 7articn-
lairliy daillatio. 'The' play iii:a2 ' a
lloilounlC d succes's."
BUSINESS LOCALS.
NOSTICE TO 3007010'S.
C'all at Room No. 1-0, Maisoniic' Bok,
and11insplect Itiose done 1han1d and p00ck:t
cases aimad,;hby the Aagioa oHok Ilinad-
cry. Of 701u iave Oar'y5 10:11atlolela
in imiind 0they will b le a:seda1 c:oexa'-
cu.1:'sameilOfot' you inl 1: lii 0 wo:r1.
'aantd-Dicstuldenlt of eaoci de-
lartiliclit to work fo:r ns Saturdays'.
Addore'ss withi stamlp, Slat ,Mfg. Co., 44
Moiiroe a--e., Detroit.
"U. 01:' M. SPIONG VACATION."
F~or the U. of 30. Spring Vacation,
thie T., A. A. & N. M. 20)1111101e rates
of onc and one-third fare for the round
trip) to all 1p01111 within the Ceitrail
trafic eassociation territory 111100 bloc
senltationl of propero certificates.
Tiekets to ho, sold! April 11th, 12111
and 13. Lim~itedl to return, not la °"r
than April 23rd, 1805:,
Kt. S. GREENWOOD, Agt.

]Prof. G' A. Schra m's.
S111100L Of M[ DRY
Only three lessons-onie aour each.
Quadruples results - saves time.
Every day work the onily practice
required.
Lessons Private or in Class.
ADDESS,
AMERICAN HOTEL, ANN ARBOR.
THE "STANDARD" CYCLOMETER
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY $2.00.
A Device for Accurately IRegiSter.
lug the Distance Travelled
on n Bicycle.
It is as precise in its operatioa s a soatoh;
cwill outtear fonve icoe, sweighs onaly 3f
one;is 0dist proofswatrproof anti alise-
les;has witocenamesl dial, nanmc11a10:11t1:;
registers 1,000 mileo aid raeatsls: .easily :and
qicklly aplied:oadjiustable to heaid fr101mliny
position ini the csiid:)e; ns.ienfoers-4,016, 28 c:i d
10 minc hls;a:1111is abscolutely guarantoed
-repire-dswithiouteciarge.
0-or Sale by all lRetail Iicirele Dealrs.
Is: the LEADING SCHOOL OFPBSlINESS andSHORlT-
HANS. Mxgnificent buailding; tenteachers; large
atendance; coed discipline; supserrserb; sell
suipplied reading room; daily letares; Satarday
evenin~g receptions; openathe entirn-year. Excep-
tioa)Faoilities Inn placing students isnpositios.
Boead adroom $ o$2.7per weekin pivate
fcailies.Theseresreduced so $1.5n by sell-
5 in.For Caaloue address
N . CLEARY, Pres.
Twsso good solicitors w2anited1 at 111c0
for work iii Ann Arbaor. Call at 44 11.
Anin St. bhtssoon 7anad 0 o'icloik this
eeninig. 7Il CttI.
Do yoin use Goodl 'NVIitilig t'al r?
Do youl use SWAN' 'UNLN ?
IAll Prining and Stationery H21:01es
sell it.I
It's a GooidlHonest Paper.
S AGEN\TS WANIO.t'
(all at the AirgousBook Bindlery, No.I
14 Mlasonic Block.
Suhncriho for the Daiiy.

SPALDING'S
Athletic Library
Published Monthly.
Each Number Complete.
Ceoted to all Kinds o0 Sports.
PRICE 10 CENTS.
N. 2. 1N1IAN CLUB1S11NDcclesan lETAc:l y
l. i. Dongherty, Aiatesr 0'lilslloslof
America.
No.4 -I. IOs. This 1oocliis, wstouit deou,
lhe-most05valale mnal:of 1gits kinidOvr-
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No. 5. CYMNASTICS. y Robe~rt Soll, Y. Y_
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No. 6. Liws 'TNNIS. By d. S. Calbell.
Chars:p11111Player of Ameia. Valuable
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taiingiaof-1Implementl~s and their 10-, Gl-
lary of '11-h1ia~l 'ermsad Last tR-
vise nlaa'of the Game.
No.09. AsaaIo Es' GtIDEiA::.rlls ono Tal-
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Jumping, Hurdaliag, Ile aa iso . l-eA.A.
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AtletioC amias.
Na. 24. OFFCA.a.Fell-cAIa. (:F all: n roe
104. Ediaedabylay lt:ier 0:10)1. aia a
roisad ruls, potraifl nO iuill:; pylea,
N.%'5. OasWEsaao. By lWaler G. Doulesa.
Ilustrateld.
N. 26a'owIla o PcL FAY FOOa AwLLs.a..ly Waler-
riul, IPhil Icingand 111Larie BIb ; tics It,
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Nu. taaaai-:oa: ATH-EICaS. IBy 311. C. Mo
1:1:, Ta-aiArtcc atYle; Chapes aoa:tienera
Althltcsd ni ng :1): .Jaini.lrdalnlo~,,
'Wraight 'Throwingl. alsoTraiig aldlot Sat-
leg; cntains,. tanstidution, By-ais and
Athleicis oatheian lileealloptaa-Aeolatiou0e
of Arna::tau- Allci:-,s of :Xoria;a-,book
that all a-allga'atletesacoaula riact.
Ee.ls. As-il: -iCa A Ci. (oipiludhly Jas.-
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No. 1:. tea.i.aY WOtca.ls. Howao10cerelss
wiltitam, and lba-aelis toaabe -ilrid. y
H.14. Andelarson,.Yale-tiy-ra~~sio:n.
N.3:0. H11:1 To1PLAY LCRSSE110. y W. S-
Corbett, StevesIst.iute.
No. 31. 5sPAicawaf3oOFaIIALAll.ESlio Oxas
GUIEaOR 111151. Fally Illustrlaed, 221 lull
P1101uiill-lollcpia-Oscs.
Na. 32. 11oalsoalLAsY IlAEr BL,. ully
Hlnsu-.ctc. By Arthuaac hcwin.
AMERICAN SPORTS FUBLISHIRGC1,O.
241 irs aayNs vYrk.i
- -FOR--
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,
TEXAS,
LOS ANGELES
- AND-
SAN FRANCISCO.
New Texas and California Seeping
Gb LiUne.
THE WABASH AND IRON MOUNTAIN R1S.
tHavc nauguratedl-a new TDail 1Line of
FIST CLASS--SLRPER~fnom
CHICAGO TO LAREDO, TEXAS,
Vis Little Rio!.,1Malern, Tsx rI: a: ]A
la!, Againtae d u-sAnrtlo11he. l:as nr
for Ilotrhrikfo. lilvep al'.u ih ranr h sae of(arin
at luive "rau, :89 ta. m.Genet any, srdojag
at 1 ,la.rpral.at11:111na..n) iusb
alirkeot liraisuli lrean o c.as'linsarbeteena
Chca c idSu:vr'-sad ai Sing-of
tralal.. L ttli aihOs San Fani sosva JLen
Angetles Ca.
Foe 8-i1sp, tickets r.asd fu1llsemallvx.o,
J. , SREEI J. HALERAN,.
SYlhilaga us. Ag. Trav. as. Ag
TlG:IKET (FICE: 21 Clark st, ;IIIAC.Ut
F. Y17. Tristram, P. E. Donbauglie
esi:Pa".Agk Paso. 510 lon0t 4
coSr litas . a Iin_' -Dl .I G
old O.ttbug' 'o
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