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THE U. OFL M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN GEnTIjI
Time Table (Revised) Nov1, 1894
EAST. WEST
P.alanE M.35A.ll. 54
N. Y. Special...515 N. Y. Special.-. 7 311
Eastern Ex...1 25 N. S. Limited.... 9 23
A. M. Pacific Ex--12 15
Atlantic Es-.7 47 P. s
D. N. Epreso.... 5 40 Wetern Es.---2 1
G. R. Espreoo --_11 05 Chi. Nt. Es.---10 25
G.. Ex.----5 5
. W. RU1G05L.S, H. W. HAES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. At., Ann Arbor.
T., A. A. & N. M. RY.
Takng effect Sunday, April 7,1894.
Trains leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand.
ard time.
7N08a.H. 7:15.m
12:25p. M 1:30 a. m..
4:15 p.. 9:00 p.m.
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
gly.
All traino daily except Pnda
R. S. GEENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI S, RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsiant from Congress ., 7:00,9:00
and 11:00 a. i.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Jnction, 7:30, 9:0 And
11:30 a..; 1;i5, 2;45,5:30,7:15,:30 and1:0 p.m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from CongressS.,:30,3:30,
5:00, 0:30 and 9:40 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:0, 4:00, 5:30,
7:30 and :30 p. mn.
Crs run on city time Fare single ri 15
cents round trip tiketo5 eeas
W. F.PAKER, pt
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
CFr Everthin and Everybody.
lOJI tgJ& lA~t[ l~lSSt26 TS. Ulsi phnrallz.ve.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
17. OF JA. TAILORS
Our Spring and Summner Woolens
are now 011 sale. Prices Low.
Call and soe us.
48 S. Sate at. Seond Flor, AnAror.
22 Years in the Business.-'ES=.
CITY LAUNDRY,
M0. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING !
Cleaing Pressing and Repairing
done neatly by
AUG. SCHOOINEWALP, 201 . Wasingona
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY !
20 EAST HURON STREET.
oed Work Caranteed. oodo called for
and delivered. A. F. COVEST. Prop.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Lades' and Gents' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST.. ANN ARBOR.
Memobers 01 uratee Ticket Brokers' Aao-
eation or U. S.
Coby & Mceon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Alamo st., Chicao. Reduced rateo to all
points. BracThe IKiderarten No. 3
N. Sain St. Ann Arbor Slchlan.
$265.00 for a 51 Days Euro
pean Tour.
We are orgniing a select prty for a sum-
rer tor to Europe levig New Yor, Tan
22nd, for Losndo. Antwep. Brussels, Cologne,
.Collentz. rakfort. eidelbeg, Sranberg,
Bsden-Baden, Paris and Iieppe, rtrning
sailing from London Agust l. The pary
will be coducted by and under the personal
chareof Ma.TTevo ERSeaogCoumls,
well known as one og thefirst musical in-
strutors of America and a genal gentleman
of large experience In travel. Each patron
will have a berth Inn Slarge promenafe deck
stateroom, and the ships seleced are new
8,:0 ton twin srew steamers. provided with
electric lighto and- steam heat. Comlee
Itinerary adinformation mailed on receip
of sef-addesed stamped envelope. 25.0
pay everyexpense of sghs travel and
hoels. lll information and itinerary
mailed on receipt of sef-addeessed eveope
Mention thin paper.-
WaRD BROTHERS,"
Gie. Tourist and SP amspAgs..
272 N. 15g t.,
(Liow rates eerywhere. Clnunhs.OhIo

A SCHUMANN EVENING. At the Grand Opera House. FR YOUR OUTING 9O TO PIRESE'
The Unity Club's Last Entertain- On Ihis (itie 1511h) annual tour of itheJIGINGICOO
mont of tho School Year. Two Johniis Co. they lieangeli'ot el:ilu
- to have a great treait in 01:11: fori tiht ONE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKE RIDS
An audience tbot crowded tile build- patro01n.s ofthel' Granid oper11 housew to- AT SMALL EXPENSE.
lng to the. doors gatheored lost 1155511IC ii ight. J. 0'. Stewart and, Quiinn il-iVisit this Iistrirical Iseland, which in the'
lit-s Unitarian, church to eno the lps have r('unitedl afte'rita.s.'pltrloo grandest summer resort on the Great.
"Schumann Eveuliog," till closing of a nsumbier of years which, iii its If, hakes. It only costs about $13 from
wouldn ld be woirth l 01,1pri1ce of 5omilssioiiDetroit; $19 from Toledo; $20 from
terlsiulnelst of 0112Lit club course Cleveland, for the round trip, including
Unit Inorseo togethor main; 1)ut1 not1 oily wealsad bertho. Avoid Ohs heat and'
for the seson. 'rh:'ii musicaol pt, of thait, these, two c.omledlins:have $171- dust by traveling on the D. & C. floating
thio programiswsiutrotduced by a rounlded5 tli:'uievs with at;gilltciii- palaces. 'T'he attractions of a trip to the.:
sll::l'lpaper 011001 "Schutnn" by R0ev. 1Paiy who are7( well kisowi: :l11 v' r tb:' Mackinac region are unsurpassed. Te,
inland itaelf is a grand romantic spot, its.
J. T. Niutl rlndc, sketchling briefly thie cosintry alid comoprise soosi of tlt,' b0st climate moat invigorating. Two new
'..fe f he -ro~tcomose, is eadngartists in their liues; 511100g3whlom steel passenger steamers have just hen
Jib ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~a oftegbe olp12r i edigisyh nieutiou' 13 Hiss lsb.'4 I 1e- e-built for the sipper lake rmate, costing
tcharacteriotico, nan:d his place amng dithi ti )l'lh, eol,_I is li('S 'ind tlhe.$300,000 eachi. They are equipped witha
oh'5121Iltiliwrtrofteei SaQisltIwooe iltt every modern convenience, asnnunriators,.
gret msicl wites o th ce- Sar quatete, ho xe ithlltcx-buthorooms, etc., illuiuinated throughone.
tory. Tweuty of Sehllss sou s 050etliu( hi, kings of losrny; .e-s rs. by electricity, and are guaranteed to be.
werosung byMr. . A.52054003 tre-in & Staonley, the cl'erated0'l 1m1sic- thec grandesi, largest nd safest steamers
weresun, b Mr J.A. endn 'o al do, a0(d 10host of 0th 175. 'ihe cilli oil fresh water. These steamers favorably
and 1Zis Eizaeth lilpauh. othconipaire with the great ocean liners in con--
lplily ha~s been oni the road to:: l:::g9 to -truction and speed. Four trips per week.
:silge Z(IE' n e~elelt vice an hel snyIprise. You have ill 51-i'll it between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Miacki--
seloii los 115 oioArbor tlneli'-a11d will wonl to see, it 5m3a510; ,1 1 ', 0:0, St. Igssce, Petonkey, Chicago, "floe,
head hc orooctt~s o agret eoi brgll: liod1:.101 Oisocvr t.'ire Solocaquette and(IDuluth Daily between
hear th prducion ofa grat am-brihtean _______haneve_____ e Cleveland and Detroit, and Clevelsand and
pooer better rendtereid. Two ticees of Los-lBetw-een ecampsandsoI C.1 t' tiinBsy. The paolatial equipment
Se~liullsl's ll~ilo 171)11017 we:'12.It.Mtlti~liS oly Sukle ma~kes traveling on tbese stesamers timer-
Sellluan'schan~br msic wer It R. tatona slv,+r zarn.bucle.ouighly enjoyable. Scunl for illustrated
layed on the violin aid opiano by tIlr. LibseralI rewaord if retulrnetoi1 17 N. descriptive pamphlet. Address A. A.
.-.\ -.li 31r fic[nt-1,. ...tli Uiverity lave. OCHA7TZ, C. P. A., D. & C., Detroit, Mtch...

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dc-rlandl. Mr. IlillolshowedO lll Oh''-
felilgarod oalloe cleaornessball liiihl
of execoution for which toe is comiiio
to beotso 2w111kioowit 100011053lov ers of
o'xesleiot 11050in 10o017r tllcommunity.
lios Suniderlands's 13ia110011:01710 ee',

W'antd-A 21:01053 101510 (17cbo t o
canvass in110Aim Arbor. ('Cal or par~-
tic'ulasrs.ft:r ::) o'eloc-k at 14 N. Staote
Sf.
L~ost-A 1011013a lpha Eps0ilon in10:.
13wn01r's 1011110' on lbaok. 1'ind: r pl'ease
leave at 30o S. Iiigalls St.

S. jYL 'K.g E .

rendteerod woithi oadmirable eceut-on, ils Do 'oui want boarders? -If so, ad-l.

wams also her iece 01)010 the organo, thle
'tlohothanoiksof 211113'cl'b bwe1172('x-
to'nd.:d. to (lie public ftor the ge'neorouis
apprecat'ion and 11001 o:7nage21'wichlhlss
111de(1thei pa1s:01yoar the bmost soice Os-
foil iln the history of theoelebb, anid the:
1(011100)e was10exp)17t'52-d of furnoisloinog
to: the e011111501it5 iiext y'e'ar a coors
of lectures. concerts andl otheoi -er-
loiniooeits qusite 0as goodastha01:01of
the year ju~st eoding.
'9411LITS.
'f 0170will toe'0110important1l eet00-
of tlio' literaory class of '"1 to coosl4er
sth'ioVarship business, l-'i'by, Mlay :3,
sO 4 1p. illin room 1? , 11ou10h-oinog.
B.1'. ILYONS_
(O'tSSSll N'11Nl.'INVIlAftONS.
.A11 seiniors whooishinore'thanoi
('Ight iiovootici'os to commneio uiol
woill seiod thi:ir m1100,0s 1011) tb:eonuimb'r
before-ridaiy to -.1iss AnnioL.. Well-
mrds, 77 E2. Husroni.
Contestansts whoo care, for their cool-
test oratio, tpleaose call for thoeimoat
oncee. Jt. II. Q AIILES.
LAST 053I2112S1210ES1.
Tursday, April 30.
110110Se'ekers' Excu~rsionl to Virginia01
via Ohio Centrasl Liiies. (lie1:01': foi
rouond trip. 'Tickets good for 30) oays.
'rickets at oile'fare for or und101r01p11
liimit 20oday's, 10ls0oiln saletos ethir
poinlts ill the South. Conlsult agenlts
0. C. Lines.
1SIOULTON 1105K. G. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
We have the celebrateds2Swvan Linen
rasper and envelopes to maltch.
0112000212WAIIR.
T)here will 'be a.suimooer opening, of
fine woolens at the Cooklo ouse, 'fum's-
day sod Wednsesdaoy of tis week, by
A. 12. tose, representing thou Golden
Raglo .0othing Co., of Detroit. Al'
the latest novelties nmade in: ltho most
approved style at popular prices.
Subscribe for the Daily.

vertose yol1b oard 111 OheDaily.
Theon oly ,sSee'l10in :,oooarket swhi:'h has
held op to i0s list yeaois peives. Whiy? IBo-
o'ouse ~v'-soie ofctheoo Canohe rod atothat
pri e'and theyv are woeth it. 'lease Call and
inspetsniv lineoandosee lh-many eo'ededo
hmprovemenot'siovroithoeso eCalled lime 1ceode
wheels. Seethec Eiliptio'eroaok.
W. P. DISTLER,
310 N.Usiversyasee
COTRELL & LEONARD,
ALBSANY.,ONEW Y010K,
Moahers of Ca-s oandCGon-' to thoe Cnoveority
of Mihiigan.
V. HURRELL, Local A gent,
44 Wihliamost. Ann Arbor. 'Micho.
W7M . R_ FUZ17EIXS,
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner of State and William ntn.,
Wililarn.onrtrance.
Platinotypes
The latent thing is PBOTIOGRAPIIY
L at
5 E. MamaonO. Special Rates to Senilors.

Po: urS in oilio.6lo ,6rIii'i i2 1.5-li7 :-S.
10,000 MILES. PRICE"3.03.
lterm'rsoor may a eQ', I Oo,-1.tt
ONE OUTN C E. ONEjfIN C If TO0NG.
26,2 andii'10 inch.to.hrit ee c:, ,',: oa ay
size ly eertli,:0.001710piersoe , oo-s
NO CHINESE PUZZLE TO SOLVE.
Readsolaoinly berovosadle-
L~eest011ia11eto i, Il..(loopn o> tot;l
of :lleooayooand sasie::: oi'ie :(n:.
Cow isolidl (leroornlar ' . .11 i o ~pIrto
:osooo:-ise. Dl,acidiNv aior°°t:ooinjouae
it. Ever',y meter tested at:otl-l,;ols'.pe)olr
and ,uan oste'ed uei-oeoli -
letsrotypes ~oi-lrtshon x110 011'i"ti ia
BEAN & LANG, 013
697-701 ai, "t. 0 01.11 IU, 1"A',

Is tke LEADING lSCOL SF BUSINESSand SHORT.
SANO. Magnificent building; lte achers;age,
0atendane; good discipliooe; superiar wsrk; wel.
souplied readinog room0; doily lecusa; Satnmoljy
eveningcreceptionss; open ohsesonire v'ar. Iscep.
tional facilities for plaoing stsdents in positisns
Blordad roo $s tP$2.75pee week in privatq
familoes. These rales reduced ao Sr-So by self.
hr, sding. For Catlogue address
4IP. CLARY. P s.
THE " sSTANDARV)" Y LUMETER.
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY $2.01.'
A. IDevico for Accurately gstr
ing thoelDishtance 'fra.nvollo d
on a bicycle.
1t tsavprecisiieno:iti ,rr'~thlto OS .i';
sill Outwea-sr ire 5: -ycle:-", wci~ oy "1q
ounc:es; tosOit ptool, water pr :11,00a Jnotr~e-.
less; ba-s white oooirh dial, saw iaswate;
i-str 1,0003 Solisd 01rep~ot; i ctily anel
quickly lops iso)' ld510.tlshco t :rairssnewn
position 000 thsassod e.; 010000Cfor02, 30 nab
30 inochowhees- anbd i slrOsoluieto'v ;a nteed:
-repaired twtloo: efrht-lo.
For Sale by all Retait Blerola Uranisra.-t
Have you rooms to rentl If or ad s
vertise them in tthe Daily.

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