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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN GE~N R I
Time Table (Revised) No. 18, 1894.
EAST WEST.
PM AM
Mal ad Es--- 50 Msal ....-------- 84
N Y. Special .... 5 15 NYSpecil__-. 731W
Estern Ex...10 25 N. S. Limited.-. 9 2
A. M. Pacific E..-..12 15
Atlantic Ex-_._7 47 - sP.M
1. N. Express.-.. 5 40 Western Ex_. 2 12
G. R. Express ...11 05 Chi. Nt. Es.55--10,25
G. R.Ex.----5 5
0. W. RGLES, . W. HAES,
G. P. & T. At., Chcgo. At., An Ā«rbor.
T., A. A. & N. Mvi RY.
Taking effect Snday, April 7,104.
Trains eave Ann Arbor n Central Stand-
ard time.
7:8a.m. *7:15 a.m.
*12:25 p. , 11:0 am.
4:5p.M. 9:0p.m.
-Train rn between Ann Arbor and Toedo
only.
Al trains daily except Sndxv.
R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. . BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
1Lav Ypsilanti from Conrss t., 7:00,9:5
and 11:00 . m.: 12:45, 2:15, 5:W, 6:45, 9:00 and
10:35p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junctio, 7:30,:0 and
11:0a. m.: i:15, 2:45, 5:U, 7:5,: ad Y:p.m.
SNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congresst., 1:3,3:,
5 :0, 6:3 and 9 :0p.t
Leave Ann Aror Junction, 2:00, 4:0,5:0,
7 :0ad :30 p. m.
Carrun as city time Par: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 23 cn ts.
WMt. F. PsAcE, Supt.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
Fr Everything and Eserybody
COUSINS & HALL Harss 26 Tlen X15
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
U. OF I& .&TILOIS
Our Spring and Sumuler Woolens
are 11w 0n sale. Prices Low.
Call ard see u.
4S. Stterst., Seond Floor, Ann Aror.
22 Years ix the Business-'-Slt1i
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. XS. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING
Cleaning, Pressig and Repairng
done neatly by -
AIRG. CIOINEWAIB,506.N;.Washlgee.
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY20ES UO TET
Cod Work Guaranteed. Go:ds clled fo
and delivered. -A. . 58) O VrT. Prop.
ANN ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Gets' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
3 W. HURON ST.. ANN ARBOR
Members of Guarantee Tiket Brokers Asso
ciation of U. S.
Cosby 3s Mcgon R. R. Ticket Agenc
50 Adams st., Chicago. SReduced rates to all
poits. Branch The I:d'r 3rtpNo
. Sain st. Ann Arbr Michigan.
$255.00 for a 51 Days Euro
pea Tour._
We are organielg a select ary for a sum
mer' tone to Escpe leving Nw York, Jn
22nd, for London, Antwrp, Brussels Cologne
Ciolentz Franfort lHeidller, trsssbrg
Baden-Baden, Paris and Dieppe, rerin5
siling from London August 2nd. The part
will bie conducted by and under theprona
charge of M. Ovo ExN(w eSOof Colubso
seell1 known an one of the fist usi'el is
strucors of America. and a geisis getlema
of large experience in travel, Each patro
will have a berth in a large promenade deci
stateroom, and the ships oeleced are ne
8,100 tn twin screw teanthers,provided 55111
electric lights and steam eat. -Cosoper
Itinerary and informtion maled on receip
of selfaddressed stamped evelpe. 25.0
pays every expese of sights, travel am
hotel. F nl Information. and itinerar
mailed on receipt of selfaddrmssed tiylope
Mention this paper.
WAZiD EROTIHfRS,
Gn. Tourist and Steamship Agts.,
2171 N. igh t.,
(Low rates everywhere. Columbus Ohi

NOTICES.
\OTICE T1O TRACK AIEN.
All candidates for thec'varsity track
team siit appiear o015theAtldtic field
for practicoe ry day eweeno 3 and
(3 p. 1. or arraingeotohr horo wit
1r. Fitzpatrick. It is imprltively
necemsary that candidates aper
cvry day frons now on.
J. A. LE ROY, Capt.
BICYCLES I BICYCLES I
C1IVEN AWAY!1
If youoiwish to buy a Bicyclclt $0
to $1-0 diseount from regtdlar prices
comle iiid ore11s.
W7caiseocl you Mtonarcli, Imipecilo:,
Ialeigh, IWarwicks, Ails, Uniois,
1ildsys, Aarels, Tibunes and inear-
ly any 1ma:kec 01 the maltrket at r-
tinced plrices.
Also ot full1 line of ldtles wheels.
La~dis, send n0 a potl and we will
call.
Wve hae made arrangements to see
purhalser, t the Daily offie aly
night fore the net Iwo weeks fromos (:35)
to s o'clock..
TIE CUT RATE CYCLE CO.,
h. of 31I. Daily Oicie.
JU1 ST A 1t)2ENT, PLEASE.
Thse progressve'.sld aggre:ssve 11i(1
wa:1yiilo:s linie of Interhanlgeable:
Alileage is sle Ohio Ceitrl. Among
the first to issue thsbook it has al-
ways heen (11 . leader. It11w lilt)
1011(s (iS distilct systemsS of trns-
p~ortatlion1. Sepa:rate d into divisional
liies, aso is d~oe y ni5311, it has 12
transpo:rtaon lines reresented1. .A
fill list will hoelmailed supon:u i llc:5
'tion to a113' aget f the Ohio Central
Lnes.
AIOULTON HOUR, (G. P. A.
Toledo, 0.
EVERiPY DAY
Excursionu rats 1(othe Virgiias lnt
the Souts~lott ri Celipon011:11hei
Oio C(enral lnes; 'trogh tr::(ie
daily bhenelT'o(ledo1: ai:t ti~retol
f 11% 1:., va t t'(llO l, This is t l
shortes1t mwl mos. diret 10o11. tCon
sit : gets5. t. Line, or adress IV
Te Ide
- ' ' i:o r ettO iV::cel
ELLIPTIC CRANKS.
,_ Ir-o :s (1i~xht 1::eov.iced of t''he r oh
the., bve 111050, Col e
y w. P. DISTLER,
tl 81 N. iC::):molya051
SdaIs Boostoe'
Fornmerly with Geore Wah, I
{ . Washington t. Headqluartersfo
everything a Stden needs in the
liue of Text Books, Sationey aus
s" isclaneoas Stock in gener.
1-MARTIN SCHALLER,
,THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER
n 19 E. Washington st., one block
e east of Main st.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO
High Goss and Dmsti Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE

E0& YOUR OUTBIDG 0OTOPFIGTUBEESQI''H A.r
MHR10 S80 R T R ONE THOUSAND MILES OE LAKE RIDE U h II
AT SMALL EXPENSE.
AND )--
Visit this Bistorical Island, which is the
grnest summer resort on the Great A HUSTLING AGENT'S CONViCTION.
Lakes. It only costs about $13 from
Detroit; $15 from Toledo; $18 from hyS sl~c ive, hootie 'tmally" ha
Cleveland, for the round trip, including c "=ht on with tetboyos d girls.aso well s
meals and berths. Avoid the heat and the 'grown foks, sd isn't it lovely, fiised
dust by traveling on the D. & C. flosig in the beatiul a lmiumlo1roalool a secret
palaces. The attractions of a trip tc: lhs process kon (niy to tet maker of the
Mackinac region are unsurpassed. Tlie Smalley"tDo yo get os to ellw method
island itself is a grand romantic spot, its of hookinig the wheels? onilo':n gets on to
climate most invigorating. Two now temonslinlothlem and teers on them
steel passenger steamers have just been lim~b u0500 o teork rhcr0w1 a1n11Jumps o0e
built for the upper lake route, costing t he tlcrntlhanger swisso (bte whel be-
$300,000 each. They are equipped with tbee"tosotoxeso 10d1jtmp: o the frame and
every modern convenience, annunciators,dtie "Smley". Bicycle seems to like it.
bath rooms, etc., illuminated throughout Never at squat, ot : groan, nee a break,
by electricity, and are guaranteed to be and te~weiglt 1s 1 to II punds1.-,wetern
the grandest, argest and safest steamers Hartwre Coipn ly, Sit Late city. Utah.
on fresh water. These steamers favorably
compare withs the geat ocean liners in con-
struction and speed. Four trips per week AN EASY SELLER,
between Toledo, Detroit, Apen, Sacki.
aSt. Ignace, Petoskey, Chicago.'"So," , gleg of 1895
Marquette and Duluth. Daily between 11 e ~ ate O ,,
Cleveland and Detroit, and Cleveland and
Palmi-Bay. The palatal equipment --____
makes traveling on these steamera thor-
oughly enjoyable. Send for ilutrated PLYMOUTH 0CYLE MFGfCO
descriptive pamphlet. Address A. A. t - ~ ~m
cmaexz, Q. P. A., D. & C., Detroit, Mich. L lOITZv.
THE "NAD STANDAR" CYCLOM ETER 0. Lipp~an, Agent
6 :E, William St.
( 5
RETAIL PRICE, OLY $2,003
A Pesicer for Atee:::'Flets ::i.steu-
11in.; the DsI lce ''rav'eh' lle
on(1 ablieyl
t is ;s'"':_- in it
Or'-'=: iLost fao ur:''s:: " w 0: d COTRELL & LEONARD,
t tii ,ei 1tf~n~il ailrup - yold ALANY NE\OC Oi.
___ V. MsUELEIL, Locl Agent,
For-se b al.h' l hte ti 'Ic D,-ll-),i[p tI4tWilliamst. SEEN Arbor, Sich
TIE LI O'SAY DI CLE
The hugls st ofth le.')5 igh xgratb
tP gG wheel. Sold by
-f I HE~J' QT ~14 . Mina St.
CNSospes couniug.
, x USE6 awyers
9kL~E~I WHO WINI THEIR CSES
a-' * readl the Leul Works y I.
d lasthe LEDINGI SCOOL OF BUSINESS andSORT f'TACT IN COURT,
HAND. Mgsificent uldig;;tinnteaches; lrer
atendast;;ted disiplin; sperir work; wani 1(3'1 e tec' 1, f.5. ifort
supplied reeadig toam; daily letures; htsdl Paed s.o
evenigerneepios; open thn entire year. Enocep Edtin.1,00 Sod.
Itiosal fuilites for pacing atudend in poiin-
Buardeom sstsneeknpis SKILL IN TRIALS."
d7 amilie. These rais redued t sr. y sel
becrdig. Fee Caaioge address Lw vSen, 150pags, $1.5., Ne
P. R. CLAR. Fes, and very Dramatic
g' /{a iL'MODERN JURY TRIALS AND ADVOCATES
P1 ainotypes 70 pyes. LwgieFut
1 1 a~i b .+ fdtion, 45. - Combined Teils an
The latest thitng in PHOTORAPHIY den
at Ades
B E R R Y 111 A N' S, Williamson Law Book Co.,
1. 6E. Huron t. Speial Rte ts Senior. Rochte, Neneori

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