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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN G!NTRni
Tiese Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 184. F
EAST WEST.
P. M. A. M
Sail and Es.3 50 Ml _- 43
N. Y. Special- ,5 1S N. Y. Special...- 7 30
Eastern Es---iS1 25 N. S. Limie..9 2
A. M. Pacific Es. 2 15
Atlantic Es .1 41 P. T
1. N. Espress....- 5 40 Westere Es.___2 123
Go. R. Express ___11 03 Chi. Nt. Es.--10 25
0. W. RUGoLcES, H. W. DIAYnS,
tG. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agl., Ass Arbor.
T., A. A. & N. X. RY.)
Taking effect Sunday, April 7, 1894.
Traiss leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand,
ard time.
NORTH, SoUThI.
7:03 a.min '715 .m,
*122 p. m, 1130 a.m.
4:19p. m. 9:00 p. m.
*Trains rsn between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
All trainn daily except Sousday.
R. S. GREENWODI, Agent
W0. 1t. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo U.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypilanti from Congress s., 7:00, 9:00
and .00Oa . m.; 12:d5,2:15,5:00, 6:45, :00 and
10:30 p. M.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30, 9:0 asd
11:30 a. m.; 1:15,2:d5,5:30,7:1,9:0 and11:00 pan.
SUNDAY TIMIE.
Lecsve Ypsilanti from Congress sl., 1:30,3:30,
5:00, 6:30 aud 09:00 p. .
Lecsve Ann Arbor Junction, 1:00,4:00,9:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Casc rsn oncity time Fare: siulolripi1
cents; rouned trip tickets 2 c~ets
WM. F. PARKER, Supt
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
F'or Everything and Everybody.
COUSINS & HA~L[, flists, 20 . tuiavesy se
DIETAS & SCHAZNZ,
U. 0111 L. FAILSOMB
Our Springf and Sumnier Woolons
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Gall Said ore us.
48 S. State St.-,eornd Finur, Antn Arbor.
22 Years in the Business;-MM01S..
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
Cleaulag, 1ressng and Repairing
done neatly by
AUG. SCTHOENiIWAI,is,, 26l.. Wasintgtotn
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY !
2a EAST HURON STtREET,
Cord Work Guaranteed. Goods called for
anud delivered. A. N. COVERT. Protp.
ANN ARBOR
STEAX DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Gents' Clotting Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
Mlembers of Guaraneer Ticret Brkers' Asso-
clation of U. S.
Conby & McKeon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adams St., Chicago. Reduced rates to all
poin~ts, Branch Tier Kindergacrten No, 3
N. Blain St. Ann Arbor 31ichig:an.
$256.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour.
We are organizing a select paty for las-
meortour to Europe -leaving NewYori, June
22:cc,for Londone, Antwerpt, Brussels, Cologne,
tolblente, tFraskfost,-Iheidelberg, Stronsberg,
Bafrlen-Bladen, Fu-rls ands.Dieppr,. reurnieg.
sailing from London August 2n. The punty
sill be conducted by eand antler else persomal
charge of MS:OA'gv ENacwFs,R$N of Conmbus,
swell known as sue of -thle Sct tmusi:':l li-
structors of America. and a genial gentlemnu
of large experience 'in trovel. IEach paron
will have a berth in a large promenaude dec'k
stateroom, and the ships 'selected are new
8,"1' ton teen screw steamers, provided with
electric lights and steam best. Complee
Itinerary and information mailed on clpt
of self-addrensed stamped ;envelope. W53.00
says every expense of sights,'travel and
holeln.. 'uliI Infomaton and Ititnerary
mailed on receipt of self-addressed envelope.
Miention thin paper.
WARD BROTHERS,
Gen. Tourist and Steamnhip Ags.,
272 N. High at.,
(Low rates everywhuere), Columbus Ohio.

THE '95 CASTALIAN. THAT
An Attractive Volume Full of Good
TeThingfs Soon to bo Out. BEAJOL M~LY
Te'l95 Ccctcilicuaslwichli will imiike o U IUL S ,L I

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it paanilitice in thicoue:tc of a foss-AND )- -
dayso, will b' is handootet. voluoie of A HUSTLING AGENT'S CONVICTION.
thie uistuatsize, botndilill 091217linitn.
Sly sakes alive,lhowc the "Smtaley" bha
cwills a design prit ii in dasrk blueo caughot on withs th~e boys antd: girla, as wellil
a1n1 wsithi ili. titlceniliossedtilli silver' tite 'grown fo:lko, an:disuet it los-ely, finished
isnlice brautifal alutoinucm etcamel-:s secret
As waos t be exlpelc lct in.Sv iewoftli prncess bunown ontly toc ite maksers of thce
prizes offerctd for compictiiv:e cotllli- Smalley." Do y::ct et o:: to thIe sew m~ethotd
Y of spokinig ite whecels: Co:nibeare gets onttoa
buionthe iiccontnts of thie(c a" t1ti1ll them anstinto i theandtlets-ri on ltem;
for tIhis yc'1roreccslt-crior 10, tlbs clim~bs sep ontthel~ fork c rowcnt::td jttmps en
to the crankl hIancger; swings th~e wheelifprasay e'lU.eiin Teebe-
of ~cilct~ ciisitc-Vois ililo. 'lioctweent two coxes atctljutmps os the ftramce ed
wcill b"c, biographcies of Regecnt Bir- the 'Smaulley" Bilcycle seems to like it.
9Sf. 000 ~ ,,,, ~,levecr itela, nt a ccgross. never itlbreak,
icotit', Plofs, LI S. arhar~.tt~t adF.M atheeightc is 13 to 21 potnds.-Weoterec
Taiylor', scilh shotr sketchies ttf IHardwoare Compacny, Saslt LaClotity, tUtahc.
E. AV. Doswcand11 eo.(10c. ibt'c.Sitr. E. AN EASY SELLER,
Dceby.'' Ltha.ale l ciiarticie oncR Euca- (
tioo illtChinatwichliis tof inchcilli-'Th3.e SM alley of 1895.
trsf. '111cc-c short. stotries tof s Xcc i _______-___
tiocncl e'xccll. icc captearcci vccc thil
Hae o . 1'. Mc('lclli I ci IshoeI-PLYMOUTH CYCLE MFG, CO,
iet' and S. 5W. .Sit:itlc, Nsctt1 tl- i
.r1uxtsvuvA7t, AITTi)

c'.i1 part if the ltiltli<bll cncesist:s
of licts frcmi-tico' cc-isof 1'.I'. iilis,
Eutirl I 2:y'-s, Ii. 1t. Kellotggintl
Ralymionid 9Z. - s. Ill atdtitionictocthesio
aindispet-cil'artics oil ill 1)1pricitle
cpcitmntcc-cs aret ntcc'y-cigiit Ipages otf
:;rindls, ssverel tof soicc Icoglc, oniilfbe
b ii r kicowcn of thc, studenila.
NOTICES.
All candidtets focr 11e 'varsity traick
for ipt-itice every cday bttwceencii>1:111:
M~r. F-itzpacicck. 11is ieraitive-ly
necessarytthti candliatels Iappea~r
ev-ery tlay-fromtinow35 Ill.
T. A. LE IROY, Capte.
All inicitaltil is oxiee(to atttlsill-
,ti, il caciiigfo~r l t'ePacific cttnisititer-
ln e ic'wcothi of lure t' i t: inroomi
11 of tlaw :5c tsiltiiig Slcciilay (ccii
ig. May IG, Ill.58c'clcsIcfcr the:'ce'-

0. Lippn'~a., Agont,
46 E. William St.
COTRELL & LEONIIARD,
of1 i i iX c t ii h .
V.MIURRELL, Local 6Agent,

The
Clover Leaf
Route
EWPeaee keep in mind theTiledo,,
St. Louis & Kansas City It. .,
The Ciover Leaf Route, "Fast
Line" for St. Louis, M., and the-
West and Soutihwest leaves To-
ledlo Union Depot at 5 p. um.
daiiy, arrivee Now Union StaiomD
(the iargest in the word), St.
Louis early next morning.
CONNECTION WITH ANN ARBOR.
and Michigan Central lines at
Toledo.
Buffet Reclining Chair ars Seats Freer
and Vestibuled leepers with-
out change.
C. C. ,JENKINS.
General Passengr Agt., Toledo. 0
THOTBAHSPRINGS, ARK.,
TEXAS,
LOS ANGELES
-AND-
SAN FRANCISCO
New Texas and California Sleeping'
Car Line.
THE WABASH AND IRON OUTAN RYS,
hlave inaugurated atees Daily Line of
FIRST LASS SLEEVE RS from
CHICAGO TO LAREDO. TEXAS,
Via Little Es-k. 91-Ilece. Tarkaus Pal
estiete, Austin and anteonui.Passeges
focr Io Springs5aeonly oe change of care
ccct Mlvuern, 9:5 a. tc. et day, arriving
at Ilitsplringsn at 1:10o sLm. sishourthe-
cquicktothrougslesiepitg car tie between
Chicago and SMalvern. Aso daily line of
Tourist Sleeper, leving Cetaato on saron
traine, thro-g to San Francisco via LOes
Atgeles afl
For map, tickets and full informatio~.
apply to
J. H. GREEN, J. HALDERMAN,
Micigan Pass. Ag.- Tree.. Pas. Ag
TICEET OFFICE: 201 Clark St. CICAGo-
F. H. Tistram, P. E. ombasga,.
Urn lass At. Pass. &Ticke Ag:..
Cor 7t ve td Smith- 307 Ml(~
field St itsburg Pa. Tedo, d
' --' 9' R _-
HOND,_ leguckoe lIildna; en se-ohest: largs,.
sited ne-e;eal'dcsiime; sapl .erior, wr eit:
i::cc'led readingecroom:n; ,l stntoma; atr,1a1'
eitrcetos pethe eutre versrEe-
tinlicielcece'fteeplacing stutdents insyeuliea
"ciardand room 82to nsy75per wekit pnivcus
'amtc-lcc-- Tese raessredsmei tosii.as by self-
-icci. or Caloigu aebless
a itIFMERYi Pder-
THE "STANDARD" CYLOMETER
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY S2.0).
A. Dlevice; for Acrately IRegister-
ing the Distance Travelled
on a Bicycle.
Illis as prreele In ts perationias )wath~y
will outwear five bcycles, weighsoly30~
ounces; in dts prof,. alr proof aad nise--
les; hias while enamel dial. saue ilawaciag
regters 100 mls a nd repasl; ieailyauei
quickly tpp led;. ajstahle 10 read from au-p
po itlqiuathe saOste ladef,*2cl4, 2sei
"B0inc t R~ieelasimdl0 ieahnl c~ygaaraptee4$
-repsired withoutchitl'ee
Fosr Sale by all Retail Bic~yel Deal,,,_

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lost' tof sclnpcit-il::' setrotigxisenia sisor4409111-cc:: st. AssesArbior, Michc.
cbtctisined ced ractesol'.
Per r(ricr iof (Cmmiitee. I spac17e4 The Ide
I A-VS, AISI. '15L, (Chairman.iii.
Thei e:lectincf a5boa~crcdof editors t p'9'e
for list- 'I 9s rzcle ccill tice l o -si: nlcothers ry toI f0a
Sctutrdacy cat 2 ocslto-k in, cth el: I. lo.
selittarceipeib usincss, Feridayi n '5113 ', C ' ISH
sea~t t.ic. int :0oom11). scutilin . ± y 1
5. Fi~)N.cetITTEDcITH
E-LLI PTIC CRANKS.
IVEliY iDAN if ytoudiscto be::onvicedtlofeethestisof
Excuetrsio~n raeto thle-Virgiis tatd thse cbocvesottoe, c all an
t1hc Sccttll t t. Illnsfr -I upl ili(I: W'. P. DISTLER,
(IhiC ent'al l ine1(s! tu:ht-; lic171 lrtce': 31 N. Uniercsty clve.
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shlortest oncelmistcoldirect 1011:te. L a,.1V3Ter
sclt ag-ets O.1, Li'.-1, ,osrcalrss AV.
A. lIters, SI. P. A., Detroc:t. WHO WIN THEIR CASES,

V"or SaIL.-Tw'co eeccfte'i SiesecihtY
hicyc'hs's 1894IpsatI-illIi inlcondition.
Oie' at $30) stid onit ii$101 if taklktl ilnl-
ieitlis~y. ('sll at 4(0 S. Universitl
Loot-A.Ielect botck, Aipril 1O.,icon-
tiinlg steapsa.$4.85)its cah, ticke'Is
0151 odd9 coi. Findleriplesase 1.ceIa)
10 iS. lllcelsiI Awe.
Platiotypes
The latest thing in PHOTOGRAPHIY
at
BSERRYMtAN 'S.
8 E. Huron at. Special atestoSeniors.

read thio Letgal Wortks by J. W.
Dontsoen.
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Edieione. 17,000 Sold.
"SKILL IN TRIALS"
Las- iecep. 175 panes, $1.00. Ne:
and sery IDramacaic.
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700e, r. ILoswOSheep. Fottrth
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23 years.
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