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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MJIGHIGAN G n'.A
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 1S, 1894.
EAST. WEST.
P. MAM
Mail and Ex..... 350 Mall -------8 43
N. Y. Special--- 5 15 N. Y. Special-7 30
Easters; Mx-- 025 1 N. S. Limited 0 925
A. Mf. Pacific Mx---12 i5
Atlantic Es --- 7 47P. sM
Dl.N.Expreoo.---- S40 Western Ex.3-- 212
G. R. xpircoo .1t'055 0hi. Nt. Ex--.-10 25
GREx.----5 57
0. 5. RUGGSon, H. W. SHaYES,
G. P. & T. A gt., Chicago.. Act.,, Ann Arbcr.
Tb., A. A. &o N. Xo RY.
Taking effect Sunday, April 7,1894.
Trains leave Ann Arbar on Central Stand-
ard time.
NORITH. SOUTH.
7:05a.m. *7:15 a. m.
*12:25 p. m, 11:30 a.m.
4:15 p. m. 9:00 p.m.
*Trains ran between Asn Arbor and Taledo
only.
Il trains daily except Sunday.
R. S GRENWODAgent
W. HI. BENNMTT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:00,0:00
and 11:00 a. in.; 12:45, 2:15,5:00, 6:45, :00 and
10:30 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30,9-.110 and
1 :30 a.m. ; 1:15,2:45,5:30,7:15,9-30 and11:50p.m.
SUNDAY TIMM.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressost.. 1:30,3:30,
5:00,6:30 and 900 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Janction, 2:50,4:50,5:30,
7:0aod 9:30 p. m
Cars ran on city time Pare: single irip 15
cents: round trip tickets 25 coals.
WM. F. PxAKno, Snot.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybody.
P211712 & IllS. University are.
CUIS&HLL, flrists, 2 Teleuhoue 115.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
Our Spring and Summer Woolenis
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Callanod seS us.
48S. State st..SecndFlor, An Arbor.
22 Years in the Business...'m~zSll:,
CITY LAUNDRY,
Ml. 14. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
dene neatly by
AUG(. SCHOENMWAL),i 26,-E. ashingtou
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY!
20 MAST HURON STPREET.
Good SWork Guaranteed. Goods called g0i
and delivered. A. F. COVEKtT. Drop.

At the Grand Opera House. MEMORY SCHOOL.,
Prof. Schrsnis Menmory School is
Jaguarina, the phenoininal swords- progrc-ssinig. e is tcachiing his seconid
womasn, who plays "Count Fortuo and third classecs this week, andi givinig
in Cas.H. ales "c~vst levl'sgood satisfaction. Hio students-grow
Auction" stands alone aaiet without msore enthusiaistic as the classs psro-
a rival iii her professio:. Aing tie fi
Ecsses.
many notedl expecrts whomialaguarina Hie has had pllcionicnal success ex-
has encountered swords iii hanidimay tending over scvcn yc-ars, and is verny
isa mentioned "Sword Prilic " ' Col' togy nosdb itnuse eo
Tho. H InsteyCap. Cas.En-pie. .Educated at M1 oitcceal, Canada,
glchrorhl. thc Danish Chamnpiion(Dec- un Mctill aiid Wesleyan YTheologicali
orated hy thse:IBinig(of Denusisck), Collegcs, he srved iu the Christian
Hugo do Lislc, MonnlIc Gasuche, ministry twcnty years, dutring whirlh
Atigustus Schmiidt, Chas, leIluid, tulleshainado a ereftilstudsy of Otic
Isavteir Orlofsoky. Anol.2g her mntal ac-ivities from tecplysiolog-
triumuissmsay- he cited her victories teal. poiut (if view.Ie has inade s0ome
ov-cc Capst. J. 1. itarshiall (insuntcol), valsmahle discovcrics in t1ha t fied and
at Woodward Garden, San Framncisco, has subse-quenitly ha~d imorec thasnS,000
Cal., July 4th, 10811; overc Sergcant students. Wise eftect of his teachtng
Oiwen Davis, .Secondlti. S. C(:nolcy is to place tic ols- ratiosis of attentioii
(Chiamupion of tihe U. S. Army), in and recollection tinder volunitary coo-
Mecisoisics Pavilion, SanilFc::ncisco, trol of theswill, ismtead of heinlg at
Feh. 8, 1887; and over E. 13. hdnniogs, the caprice of involtuntary attention
formserly -1. 1M., 8th Royal Irish Imus- as umost pe(ople mre. An imiportant
oarns on Feh. 22, 18537. At thec (Sealld feature of his method is tha~t it coin-
opera house one night only, Atpril 11.p~letely controls ulind-wandirilig. tHe
Treatise on Journalism. enmahles the studen-lt to hix and hold tt-
teistion eaisily uiponsthsesmatter to bei
tBy Edwin L. Shsomaun, Ph. M.1 rememsh-red, without amy props or
Ness, helpfult and practical hook hy other artificial tricks. It sases muchi
a Chicago editor, for all younig svriters. timle and labsor to the stuidet. IS
It tells hosv to get a start, hosv toCoon- ssork ssill continuie through isext seeck.

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strtuct ainewspaiper article, a11151 ives a
thousands details ini a delightfuil style.
lp 230; Price, $1,2.5.
"It is thsoroughily practicail. I knsosw
of no other hook wvhichi ciii applroachi
it ill reliahility, utility aldlllale.-
S. C. Wade, -It. A., LL. t)., it. Critic
for McClurg & Co.
No paerson wsho expsects to svrite,
even occasionally, for the, lrescoshiosul
be wsithotut this inlvalulahle tre atise. It
is universally coininendedl hy tile- ii:s-s
papers of tile counttry.
Addrcess: 0COtL. SCHOOL OFt.JOtR-
NAL2S-M, Evaistssiy111l.
'P. OF M. SPRUtNG VACATION."
For the P. of Al. Siing 'Vacation,
the T., A. A. & N. 1. swill msake rates
of one and on-third fare for them rounsd
trips to all points within the Central
traffic association territory sipon pre-
sentation of proper certifieates.
Wickets to hc sold April 11th, 12th
and 13. Limited to return not lafT
thasn April 23rd. 1805.
R. S. GREENWOOD. Agt.
Suhscrihe to. the Daily.

Fiounid, oni State s t., Satturday, April
6, 00100elioney. Tfie loser can 1ohtaini
the - samne tyapplying tos ltrs. tom-
hard, SG S. Stalte st.
Wanted-One stuidenst of each de-
partmsent to wo-rk: for nos8.tturlays.
Address ssithi stamlp, Star Mfg. Ce., -4
l\tonroc ave.. Detroit.
TH A C 21 POUND ROADSTER. 18 POUND RACER.
Manufactourud by thse
MTARCH-DAVIS CYCLE CO.,
100 N. Clinitos St.. Chicago, all.
APMADOC a MANCHESTER, Accusis,
42 S. State st

Prof. G. A. Sclram's
SCHOOL OF M[ OBY
Only three lesons-olne hour each
Quadruples results -saves time
Every day sork theionoly practice
required.
Lessons Private or in Class.
ADRESS,
AMERICAN HOTEL, ANN ARBOR.
I. to LsAIGSCHOOLt 0EBSISISt::,:dSHT5
SONS. Magiicnsbilding ten teao coher; large
a:scedane;s goosddisoip~i o;spericswok weil
snpp Icdccoding room; dily lcouor.,. Sosray
til asiitist or p:-ciong stdrns is psuaina
ismo:c:. Tesreaes edced to ;c sehjby ctl-
bctsg. h For Caaoeaddess
n R fEARY. P-os
THE "STANDARD' CYCLOETR
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY 2,077.
A Device for Accurately RIegister-
illg the Distanco Travelled
onl a Bicycle.
htits asopecise i its opera teas sowstc;
sitotsser fritee icylss. aiso 132
ounses isslhst p of,swter proo ad o 511-
less: hatss wshite ecmeal dial, smc as a eand;
reoisesccttc nsiad reeascsisasily and
qu ksypi r :7:10i A: s.tstdble to ieadfruom ay
posiioin is tlss s.slslioeu m:de foi24, 2,2.20 and-
l0 icI ~chel-;::id is absolotely guaranteed
-episedwithiotlharge
Fm oh taeby sll ReailssBicycler Deales.
SPALDINGfS
Athletic Library
Puhlished Monthly.
Each Numehr Compte.
Dovotod to all Kinds of Sports,
PRICE 10 CENTS.
N. 2. IsIAN CUS ND ss:DUss len. If
J. IE. toughkrty, Amastur tCamphisn of
A ,mourica-,
Ns.c4. BINGs. This books is, wiout doubt.
the mist vtalle- maual f its knd ever
pabl-ised. I is flls illusrtd.
s. 5. tGYMNATICiS. By Robet Slof, . Y.
A. C~, Amerisa's haupi01on,0to Tlying
Rimgs wicce 185. ..
N0s.6f. LswN TNNI. By . . Cmpmbll,
ilsampionsPlayer o As-ole. Valuable
for eg imiers s oel as cxprts; rules of
the gme complte.
No. 7. BASe, BAsFi.. By Walter Cmp. Spec-
holly adaphe o l emis-toamd pivarahery
chools. Coplete history of colege baa
bal.
No. 8. Giicr. By J.1Start Blfour. Cm-
tinsingof1Impemets aid their usrs, Gs-
srosf lTechnsical frms ad Latest Rle-
v' ise osf thc Gam.
No. 9. AisuEovcs Gesuc.. A rilees on Tat-
iom, by B.: S. Cocusish;: Sow to Trrin for
Ihiltaunee husimig, lieT. P. (tonsoll: SprInt-
ing, by flurry Jewet: Trosig Weights.
iy James Mitic1,i tWuki, by S, Legold;
l um ping, iHuri ,Pol o V al ingby A. A.
Jordan: std u tleofor tbe Goeenosat of
Aletic Gums.
No. 2. 01rrt<;,A. hisv BALL, UrO9Von
1894. Edited Ly 7Walter Camop., Contains
revised rules, potaits of eading players.
etc
N. 25. SwsuaosoG. Sy Walter G. Douglas..
Illustrated.
No. 2i:ROoW O PLAY FOOv BALL. fy Waer
+anto phil SKing std Laurio Ohm;ow t.
Trmi, by J.>'Lt- rop, of Harvard.-
No. 27. COclt1coo Avtis. By V. .Mur-
pb ."Trainer a-Yale: Uhapts n General
Atiles. Itonin, Jsmping. lirdling,
Weight Thuowng. also Talslg and Start-
log: onta~ns C o sottitron, fy-Laws and
Athmei teu f the I uecclilgate Amesciation
of Amter Athilehls of America a honk
thotail ollege c atheeobosdrilla.
No. 2. AvnsRtcAs f.M&ofuCumpied by Jas
. Sullivan, Srrtry A. A. U of UT.s.
-No. 2. IrtE.LEY WeeelTSvs ow o exrcis
with them, anul bonuelts to e deried. By
B t. . Anlidersou, Yate GymDnasnm..
Ne. 3. How vo u 'r O.AvnC Ot. fy w. PIL
Corbot tevens institute.
No. S. SeshIs FICIrLo1hASP BxsAt.
'GO ru O15.'-fully hhntrtdase ifui
page helf-tone pc tures._
No. i. ow TO PLAY Atep BAL. Fully
11~tlluts.tS fy Arthurltee.
TAMEICN SORTS PULIINGCO.
c 241 rods w New Forl,

ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladles' and Gents' Clothing Cleaned
er Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
Membors of Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
ciation of U. S.
Coshy & Mcgeon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adams st., Chicago. Reduced rates to alh
points. Branch The Kindor-urten No.3
N. Halo st. Ann Arbor lc hhgan.
$255.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour. .
We are organizing a select party for a sum-
me tone to Europe. heaving New York. June
22nd, for Londen, Antwerp, Brussels, Cologne.
Coblente, Franhfort. Heidelberg, Stransberg,
Baden-Baden, Forms and Dieppe, returning,
nailing from London August 2nd. The party
will be conducted by and under the personal
charge of Mn.OTTo MNfwEusnoN,of Columbus,
well hknown an one of the first musical in-
structors of America. and a genial gentleman
ef large experience in travel. Mach patren
will have a berth in a large promenade dech
stateroom, and" the ahips selected are new
8,4!01)Ston twin screw steamers, provided with
electric lights and steam heat. Complete
itinerary and information mailed on reuceipt
-of self-addrmssed stamped envelope. 920.0
panyu every expense" of nights, travel and
hetels. Full information and itinerary
mailed on receipt of self-addrmssed envelope.
Mention this paper..
WA='- BR~OTHERS?:
Ghen. Tourist and Steamshp gtls.,
272 N. Hligh st.
(Lew rates everyllfwh). Colmbus,Ohio.

If you wish to buy a '95 Bicycle for
loss than regular price. Wait for our Bicycle Sale. Wo havo nc
old stock to work off, lt all orsvhee's are new '9(5 patterns,
fully guaranteed. Our steock includes ouch stndtrd swheels,
as Tribunes,' Smalleys,' Warwicks, Waverlys, Mon-
archs, Lindlsays, anod many others.a
we also have a foll limie ,of -ladies wheels. Ladies, send
us a: postal card antI we vill call. W ite will b~e iAnnr Arhor
in'a few days to remain two weeks. s Address,
CUT-=RA'TE CYCLE 'cos

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Pa-S.--Olui-place of business will be an11t'ouuced in a fe'vi

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