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THE_ U. OF. M.. DAILY.

jIXGHIGAN GEnT1AIL
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18 1894
EAST. WEST.
Mail and Ex..... 3510 Mal -----.8 4
N. Y. Special.;.. 5 15 N vY. SpecIal.... 7 30
Eastern Ex ...... 10 25 N'S. iited.9 2
A. Mr. Pacific Ea---12 15
Atlantic Ex..-1. 47 Pr a
1). N. Express.... 5 40 'Western Es-..2 12
G. R. Express .1-I 05 Chi. Nt. Es-...10 5
GRFx-- 5.57
0. W. RIuGGLES, IL. W. HAYS,.
G. P. & T. Aet.. Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
T., A. A. & X. M. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, Aprii 7,1804.,
Trains leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand-
ard time.
7:00a. m. nyllam
nil:25 p. m. 1110.m.
n :5p . O Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
Ail trains daily except Sunday.
R. 8. GREENWCOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT"1G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Y psilasti from Congress st., 7:600,19:0
and 12:00 am.; 12:45,21:15,61tO :00,1:00. and
10::30 p. m.
Leave Asn Arbor Junction, 7:0,9:30 and
11:30 a.m.;li:1,2;45,5:30,7:1),;30and 1i:00 p.m.
SUNDAY TIMIE.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st.,1:30, 3:20,
5:00, 0:30 and 9:00 p. m
Loerv Ass Arbor Junction, 1:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 09:30 p. m
Cars ruo c: ily time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 15 ceiits.
W M F. PARana, Supt.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
bar Everything and Everybody.
MU~~~iNS ~ 5 HAL 5~IS 6. Untvrsity ae.
COUINS& ULLIHants elephone 115. v
DIETAS & SCHALNZ,
Our Spring and Sumnnir Woolerie
are flow on sale.. Prices Low.
Call and see cis.
48 5. State at.. Second Finer, Ann Arber.
22 Years in the Busines-'"'=ll-.
CITY, LAUNDRY,
1M. M8. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th-ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
done neatly by
At'(O, SCHOENEWALI, 26,41N. Washington
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY !
23 EAST HURON STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed. 'Goods cdalled for
ad delivered. A. M. COVERT. Prop
ANN ARBOR
STEAMV DYE WORKS.
Ladles' and Gents'- Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W.: HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
Miembers of Guarantee Ticket ileoker' Anno-
ciation of U. S.
Cosby & M8cKeon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adamns at., Chicasgo. Reduced rstes toali
points. Branch Thie Kindergarten No.1
N. Sl.ain st. Ann Arbor Mlcian.
$255.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour.,
We are organizing a select p a~ty for a sam-
mer loir 10 Enrope leaving New York, lone
22ind, for London. Atwerp.S Brnssels. Cologne,
Coblesite. Frankifort. Heidelberg, Srasnsbrrg.
isdes-Haden, liens and Depp,,, retrorslg
soiling from London Asgastl2nd. The prly
sillberoodocied by aned niirtli.eronai
crger, of MnT. vvotaownox~of.olnmbns.
veil known as one of the, f..st-muical"in-
striuctors of America. and a geniel'iestieman
of lorge eaperience is ,travel., Each panroe
will have a'bt-ith in a ilsrge prosseniade dei
state-room,, sod the ships selected are new
8,:100 ton twin screw steasmers, provided wiih
electric lIhbs and tea00 heaL'' Cosiplbee
Itinerary and in formation maleldonreeripi
of self-addiessed stamped envelope. 0155.00.
nole~bilxinformatio find tint'qaryd
Wa~lled on-receipt o1 self-addrese envelope.
Iileotion thin paper.'
WA.RD BROTHER4~S,.
Cen. Torist and SteamnhipAgts.,
IM27 N. igh t., -
OLmw ratns evervPhe-e. Clumbiss, Ohio.
- e ~-

DELEGATES ELECTED. CHORAL UNION.
There xvii hr bea.siecial rrliclsr, iosf
Eiectors Chonen to Seiect S. L. A. thie nale (-horus of thic Chiorail Union
Officers. today at 6:-5sha1:j-I:. It is absolely
The aninual imeetiig of thi tudlsentsl eesayto'v ul tednte ~
the ivoirkis ihar-:l aiidlneeds pgo-::elice.
Lectreasosociation 10 chcosey members, Let ltoeiii:iimlbci-ocolli: proply :iili
of the electoral college. was hi:ldi this then Itiey will be! exctised ini tiilUI::t
mornilg. The followiing elecltors w:ecc litenol ally of thieev-cinogs, entertaiu:-
chosen: meists.
The mceting of ili S. L.. A. mem:ibe'rso.R eOT
le thIe litcrairy dlepa~rltment wa: held NO''IC'E TO TRACK IIEN.
i . t(:chapel. E. 1C.'.iiialevrlsi-ed All candidaties for Itic 'varsity' trac-k
over rthie mee ting;;iaid I.I. A. Dasncer for praetices every iday beAweenIi"') anid
acted as click. The tlleres ire C. ('. 02 p. isn. or arran geotiher h:oui-s i-Il
Paesoiis and 11". D.- Mertt. J. (x. Win:' Mr: Fitzpatriek. It is imp~leratlively
was chairiian aoil W. II. Simo:ns ws niecessalry tiiaitcandidates app~ear
clerk of the; laiwmeeting.I1. T:othi ev-eiry dlay firois iow 012.
ak~e ha chrge f te mdica met- . A. RE ROY, Caipt.
lng, . .7.F.Browny aceiniii s:0clr. .

H. Dowdoi gan tpresidedl osv-crl: hi-nioral
m::eting. Asine,:of Itie osth:erS:'l5:lrt-
12 isnts 11had1a suillieLmiinumibser of
'i::isib-rsoI: be eniiled to: ain electore.
Thie: eleetosral esoll(,eiio'--iiwtMaly
11, swb:en otilecx e f t11:-ais::'i:.l 1:1
ftor tie eisuing yealr will Ihee-lectued.
'lii-pies:enitoffcr, are 'a folloiws:
E. C. Linidley, '15pies-elI 1; J. 2B.
lBrooks, '95, vie-ptresidenti;l.1. 1B. ow-
dig;ais, '95 1), r:eirii gSeer'ielail\y; I
E. T1othiaker, '(P-5 1I,trea:sirer; . . .
Fr ie, 't I., assoitt: :1-heed C .
E. Wikchlold, '105, c::cc:eponini.; ct-
1.iicmcry-. II. Willits 'l95, I1. A.
.Dans IN 2), '. E. W'scelielil't)15,.. A.
111:5112'17.
La:ir-1I. L. Claxwsoin tr. L.. :f. W.
Bligloiim '93 L, A. J. Curria:'(95 L,
P. J. Crosb~y '95 IL, A. It. Shanmiin
Medical-Il. G. Long '95 M2.
Dental--.. 12D1)ssdig~lii 'hi",H.
Thel,:lawdulegaites wein istrced ~lto
vole for -l. C1. ilykefor the:' icsi-
ileisey. 'liie'other d cI ieus svere:tin-
instrced:.
Ai examniaionl fioc 1th-reimo~valof
coinditioins r-eeived'in, miiy n-i-lions of
miath -uaties 1 aniila2:1 55ill 1e:-lsd in
rooii 19 at1 2 1p- in. oiiSautriday, April
27. AIiTIIR tG. JHALL.
Prof. C. E. Gcriii will specak at thei
Eiiginingsoociety Satuirday, Apri
27, at ,S p. mi., on "Saind as a Filterer."
'fil ee'ting will be iniroomiii10, Ln-
gineeciog building.
SRCRETARY.
JUST A MIOMENT, I-LEASE.
'frlieprogressi-esasnil gg;r( oivr rail-
wayin tihei sline of Int:'claniigcbi'
Mileasge IsItie Ohio ('entraul. Aimonig
Ilse lirln to issue this boo:sk it hias ii-
waiys been thei1,isler. It niiiipub:11-
lihebs67 distiunct systeml:s if tiriis-
posrtationi. Siparat: : 1110o:disvisionalt
'ses,,110 is done by imanyoistloss 1222
transportastioin liiii's represeite'd. A
full list svill be missuled uponapplica-i
tisn to aiiy agenit of thue Ohio Centrail
Lines.
MOULTON IIOURI, C.. P. A.
Toledo, 0.
LAST OF THE SISl1IIES.
Tuenday, April, 11).
Homre Seekeis' E clrsloll 10 "irg ilia
via Ohio Ceintral L~ines. One far:' for
rotind. trip. Tickes good for 30. lays.
Ticetes at one far' fo:r. rounil trip,
limit 20 days, also: 01 sal"e,:to otier
Points in the outh11. Consult uagents
0.. C. Lines. -
- NOULTON HVUK..01. P. A.,,;-
rToledorOhio.
Subscribe foir 9he Pally.

Thec only si-le-esIn 11:e market ewbichlia
bold nip Io:its last, year's pri-ces. 5Whi:? 5:-
ceeacveryoneroftheim c:a:: e soldatlthat
price and 01ey a:: re oriiiit. lea':seca:lloand
improvemuets over otber so calltd lie trd
wheels. See thOlItliptic crankl.
W. P. DISTLER,
1. Unesi,a.sO
COTRELL & LEONARD3,
ALBAN'Y, NEW YORKl,
Makiers ofGap'.sindhGows ntothe Uivsity
V. MLURRILL, Local A gent,
442Wldliamns'. Ass A r, ink.
The
Clover Leaf
route
EPPlease keep in mind the Toloido,
St. LoisoL%'lKansas City1R. IR.,
The Clover Leaf Route, "Fool
Lino" for St. Louis, Alo., and tho
West and Sosiliwest loaves 'To-
ledlo Union Depot at 5 p. ln.
daily, arrives New Union Station.
(the largest in thse world), St.
Louis early next morning.
CONNECTION WITH ANN ARBOR
and ?Michigan Central lilles at
Tole-do.
Buffet Reclining Chair Cars Seats Free
and Vestihuled Sleepers with-
ont change. -

U. S. CYCLONWTER.
10000 MILES PRICE $300
Repeats ore 1012be snt.hals.
ONE OUNCE ONE INCI{ LONG
26,28and 20ieinh, :ec'ss'e'sileho sy
situlby getin extaipiec at':l'eous
NO CHINESE PUZZLE TO SOLVE.
Ra~nds plainly fromo sadle
Least.lialebtoinijaury.lmeps asfirkot
odthe waydsafesitfrom::a(iwdeusi
Guswis soldiGemans-ive. Aiotherpats
n:on::orro-sive.lDs-t indlatiuecaotsiue
it lvery meterrtesed t 6bus aslioper hor
lectro:typ~e-sfurn~ished oni pp c tn
BEAN & LANG WRS
637-01 Main, St. FUND)DDT LACWIS.-
Is the LEADING SCHOOL OF(If 5 iiN adSORl
HAND. Mgifien biidig s teacmhes; lhgs-
aiitedanoe; 0o03 disiplse; aspeirsaxis:ell,~si
suppiedreadinsgroom; dily ecirsexStsrdy
eeingoreceptions; open eitiere yer. Fitnee
ioeai aiiiiee for pacing sdrnsa is psins
Bard and room $2to 2.5 yper week rlnpsits
tami::e. These raesoreduced in ic.tr y hsel.
b-sding. o Ctalogn address
a R. ClAR. P;.
THE "STANDARD" CYCLONETER'
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY $200.
A Deire for Acrralely Meister-
ing; thio Dislaiie 'lravelled
onit aBicycle.
Iiis :i:press:' iit 1.s p,at}-: aatassiusrt.
sill outwiar ive bislyl'-', oei:a4dutye3t'~
onusesisist pro,:water poofse'Ltaani-
:-:;ih, wite ei~ias cilisl, saeaiia ec5-cS
regiters ,hu rioles and reea"isDasiiyrand
qicklly app led;ajsatolectireal Ifmoxe ay
pos-itin:i tihe xdIu;um.e: ifioe21, 2,20 soad
30i i iei-ch :: :m ndis alm si:aoy gara-te~f
FR YOUR11 DTll1O 00TO IG Kl
IIRGINfl ILRO
ONE THOUSIAND MILES hOF LAMM E JSIDE
AT SMALL EXPENS.
Visit this 1Historial Inlandewhih1bi5s th
grandest summer resort on the Gret,
Lakes. It only cotn about $13 from
Detroit; $10 from Toledo; $8 from:,
Clevland, fr the rond tip, inclIuding -
meas and beths. Avoid the let amd
dust by traveling on te D. & C. foatig
palaices. The attractions of a trip to lbe
Mlackiniac region arco snsurpase. 'lbe
isiund itslf in a grand roimanic spot, its-
climate most invigorating. Twao new'
seel pssenger alteamers have just been.
biiilt for tie uppr hake Tgorlge costing.
$300,00 eac. They asin itlupped wit.
eery modernilconvenince,'rnaciatow,"
hatti-rooms, et., illiimiated throughout
:by elettricity, and are guaraonsesdlto he
tiic grnestos, largetanda tsafest sens
. : fresh wvauter. These stamems favrsly
r:oin(lre-wiltie grat ocean 'tliers in eon.s
.irllrtion anedpeed. Four tiln per week
:otween Todiedo, Detroit, Alpena, Meki-
sic., St. Iglnce, Petoskey, Chicago 180,11
1I~Irqhlcte tnd Duluth.' fy heteen
telanul and Ditroit, and (Uc 'n' land
leltiillhly. The.- p aal equipment
nak's traveliiig n thesoennaestholr-
uIgily enjoyable." Std for ltstald
li-orrlitoive pamphlet. Adrcal A A.
.dCnrANTZ, Qi. P. A., D. & C., I et, iek)ld

C.C.J NHaN. veyeu rooms =to rentl it d
UGnoeral Passenger Agt~s Toledo, 0 yertuse thoem in the D'aily.

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