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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

WICHIGAN GEInT
-Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 184.
MallandEx-___310 Mail_-_ 8 43
N. Y. Special,-. 5 15 N. Y. SpeciaL..._ 7 30
Eastern Ex..-.10 25 N. S. .Limited.... 9 25
A. M. Pacific Ex-1--2 15
Atlantic Ex____7 47 P. M
LD. N. Express.... 5 48 Western Es-- .2 12
G. H. Exprens -1105 55 Cbs Nt. .Es 10 H5
0. W. RUGLES, H. W HAYES
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt, ,Ann Arbor
T., A. A. & N. M. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, April 7, 1894.
Train leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand-
ard time.
8:07 a. m. *7:15 am.
*12:25 p. m, 11:0 a. m.
4:15 p. m. 9:0p. M.
*Trainn run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only. s dl
All tran diy ezept Sunday.
H. $. GREENWVOOD, Agent
' W. H. HENNETT G. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY,
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress S., 7:0,:0
and 11:010a m.; 12:4,2:15,5:00, :45, 900 and
10:10 p. m.
Lesre Ann Arbsr Junction, 7:0,0:10 and
11:10a.m.: i:i5, 2:45,5:30,715,:landll:00p.m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Lesve Ypsilanti from CongressnSt., 1:30,3:10,
5:00, 6:30 ands9:0 p. m
Lea-re Ann Arbior Junction, :0,4:10,5:30,
7:10 and 9:30.p. m.
Carsm on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WM. F. PAKE, Supt.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybody.
COUSINS & i1ALLI f~gritsI 6S nvr ' e
Tee~oeDIETAS & SCHALNZ,
U*. OF sa. TAILORS
Our Spring and Surmer Woolens
are Dow 0n 0.l10 Prisces Low.
Call and see us.
48 S. Siate St., Sersnd Fleor, Ann Arbor.
22 Years m the Busness~s-.a~
CITY LAUNDRY,
H. X. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
done neatly by
AG., SCHOENEWALE,, 26,E. Washington
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY!
20 EAST HURON STREET.
CS-rd Work Gsaranteed. Goods called for
and deliveed. A. F. LSVERST. rop.
ANNM ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS.
Ladies' and Gents' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
#3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
'iMembers of Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Ann-
elation of U. S.
Cosby &i Me~eom R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adasms st., Chicago. Reduced roles Is all
poin:ts. Branch Tbe Kindergarten No. 3
N. Main at. Ann Arbor Michigan.
$255.00 for a 51 Dlays Euro.
pean Tour.
We are organioing a select party forasonm-
mer tone to Europe .leasing Nesw York Jose
22nd', for Lon:don; Antwerp;, Brosselo, Cologne.
Cohis-otz, Frank fort. Hieidelberg, Stransberg,
Baden:--Boden, Parts and Dieppe, relorniog.~
sailin:g from London Asgoot 2ntl. The party
o-ill lbe conducted by' and under Ike personal
Cbas-e Of2 Sn.OTOx-L Exownoso, of Colombus,
well kssown ao onse of the iost mo-lcal in-
structors of America. sod a genil gentleman
of large experience In trav-el. -Each patron
will ba-re a berth in a large promenade deck
stateroom, and eke ship-: elersed are new
5,';0H)ton twin scrow steamers;:.prov-ided will:
electric lights and strain heal. Complete
_iitinerasy and informationo mailed on receipt.
of self-addressed stamped envelope. 255.0
p ays:-every expense of sights, travel and
h otels. Full information and itinerary
nailed on receipt of self-addreaxed envelope.
Mention this paper.
WARD BROTHERS,.
Gen. Tourist and Steamship Agts.,
272 N. High t.,
(Low rates everywhere). Columbus, Ohio.

LAWS GET THE PRESIDENCY. FiR YOUR OUTING GO TO PICTUBIERIUI 17H*AT'
S. L. A. Officers Elected for ti-e JUROKINJIG ISiLOD. P~ I Ir t rh A~
Ensung Ys~r.ONE THOUSAND MILES OP LAKE RIDE 01U IJ I L SIV[LLLI
Tile S. L. A. electoral college iOvt AT SMALL EXPENSE.
in rooin 12, law bilding, Saturda~y, AND --
and elected Ike golowing officers: Visit this Historical island, which is the
grandest summer resort on the Great A HUSTLING AGENT'S CONVICTIGIJ.
Presid ni, C. G. Rtyker_, 'l9d L; vice, Lakes. It only costs about $13 from 11ly sakes alive, how- Ohe 'Smalley" has
lpresidenet, H. G. Long, '97 A1; ttresw Detroit ; $15 from Toledo ; $18 from caught on with thse boys and girls. as weil as
carer, Stanley Farnuml, '961 D; assist- Cleveland, for lbe ronnd trip, including the "grown folko, osnd isn't it lovely, finished
meas and honths. Avoid the heat and in thse beautifol aluminusm ename-a secret
ant treasurer, WV. H. Thonson, '9tt; loot by traveling on the D. & C. flosting process known only to tse mahers of tse
recording secretary, V. F. Swan, '96;}palaces. The attractions of a trip t- the Smalley." Do you gel osn the new method
cores pondinig secretary, H. B. Hoyt, Masckinac region are unsurpassed. The of spoking the wheels? Conibrar gets on to
'00; Gietrfroeyarl-.H 'o- aod itself is a grand romantic spot, its thsem and into them and trters o them;
; drecor or neyea, H R.Cro- :limate most invigorating. Two new climbs up on to thse fosis crows: and jumips ou
icc, '95 L; for three years, IH. H. Emn- stel passenger steamers have just been Is the crook hanger; swings the whecl be-
mon0s, '97, and II. D. Nilsoii, '97 D. bilit fsor the upper lake route, costing tween Iwo boxes and jumps on the fiame asd
It was recommliended 121:1 at fi-st 1300,000 each. They nre equipped with the 'Smalley' Bicycle seems to like i.
opportunity the constton bet!very mudern convenience, annunciators, Neerea squak I, not a groan, ne'ver a break,
m~- ath rooms, etc., illuminated throughout and thexweight is 15 to It pounds--Western

aesdedoOsos osae tso- recording
secretary the secretary of the electoral
college.
R. G. Allison, of St. Johsns, is the
guest of H. Colemnl, '97.
A practice, game of. baseball will
tie playedI hetweeti '90 and '97 on the
canipus thlis afternoon.
BUSINESS LOCALS,
MAY F ESTIVAL RATES.
The~ railroads have extendled the
limit of tickets to Ann Arb~or for thie
May testival. All, tickets sold will he
good returning May 20 iisteaid of ex-
pirinig on May 19.
A. A. STANLY.
WABASH LOW RATE HARVEST
EXCURII~ON FOR 1595,
will he mun frons all-stations on tIlic
Wabashis ailroad on April 230th, May
21st atnd June 11th to the W' est, Northi-
west, Southatid Soutthwest.
F'or ftill psarticulars , apply to th~e
neareot ticket agent of the Wabash or
connecting lines or to
C. S. CRANE,
G. P. & T. A. Wabash It. R.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
WVOOLENS.
Mr. Rose, of the, Golden Ea:gle, De-
troit, will sho~w (at tile Cook house.
Tues-:ay, 14th illst.) over 100 new p:at-
ternis of specially desiable g:ods for
stiiiimer wear at tsopular price,,. It
will pay you to investigate the linle.
Suits to order t$l0 til: 511d1only the
fiuest work and nobbiest cul.
MIEAIA ON WABASH PARLOR
CARPS.
Arrangemniuts have been maode to
serve mecals in Ptarlor Cairs now run-
ning on trains 44otinl 45, between St.
Louio and 'Toledo, and passengers ran
hereafter get meals on lbsa cars
equial to any served at the best hotels,
asd at moderate prices.
C. S. CRANE,
Glen'lPoss. & 'fbi. Alh
NOTICE..
Mrs. Anna, Wardi Fester's regular
Monday niight class is postponed until
Wednosday, May 15.
There will he a ieetiang of bhe Ora-
torieal association in the lmw 1oct11 '0
rooii at 5:45 o'clock this afternson.
Impstortanlt bru1in, et wilt is-, traO::aaet:d
relative to changes its the constitutlin
aindlall miemnbers, are- re-suested ito e
present. B. t.Dl(HI Irs. "
MARKCOLA

isy electricity, and are guaranteed to be IHardware Company, Salt Lake City, Utah.
liec grandest, largest and safest stenmers_________
o'n fresh water. These steamers favornbly E S E L R
compare wills the great ocean liners in con- AN E S S L ER
Irliction and speed. Four trips per week
:,etween Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Machi- The S aly o 8~
siae, St. Ignace, Petoskey, Chicago, "Soo,".
Ilsiequetle and Duluth. Daily between --
Cleveland ad Detroit,. nod Cleveland sod
Put-in-Buy. The palatial equipmentiPYMOTH YCL Un nru
makes traveling on these oteamers tlisor- PY O T Utiii.u.
oughly enjoyable. Send for illustrated
descriptive pamphlet. Address A A. PLYMOUTH, IND1.
QStIUNTI, G. P. A., D. & C., Detroit, Mick.
THE "STANDARD" CYCLOMETER 4s6E, Williamn St.
RETAIL PRICE, ONLY 12.00.
A Device for Accurately Register- p
ing the Distance Travelled
on a Bic ycle. C T E L L O A D,
It Is as precibe iss its operastiosn as as ssas'l:. C T EL EO A D
will me:: ive::Oebicycles -, sr: onl:s~y, 31/ ALuANv,.INEW YOREi,
oun~ces; is daus peoof, a: er leaof andosea as- Mskers of Caps .ssd GRas-sto the iTotsersfty
less: 1:;:,whlite, es::sal dia:l, same o.:as ac atc; f leic-cas:.
regisers 1,000milesoandlreeats;,iseasily and
quicktly applsied::adjsustable so sead:frolean :y V. MuURRELL, Local Agent,
positi:sintleesadd'e:smadesfore24, 28 sd
30 inci: oeel,; anda is absalail;-guaaeed 4 William ot. Asson Arbor, Mich.
-repsieedaitisaut cl::rase
r Sale by ail Retsil Blicycle Dealers. HAVE U SEEN
~jT~ ~ RY THE LI OSAY BIIICLE
1 JNE Tho highost of the '95 high grade
f-sf - wheti, Sold by
/ ad J. S.- BAL1
104 S. Main St.
is she LEADING2 SCHOOIL OF BUSINESandS~HORT
HAND. Mognificont building; len tecs;n Ina: !EW Salples coming.
attendancegood discipie;su nperior work: wel
supplicd reading rom; daily lectures; Sal duel
eveningreetios; open Ike entire'year. Exoep *
tiulfclilies for piacing students is positiona
Boadadoeom $a ois per wekiinnself lf* ,4alJ! s 00 k~ 1,
usznles. These ratenseed to $i5oby sel JiWU0
b scding. Par Caialogue address
p ft-CLFsRY, Pres. _______
Formerly with Ge 5 .s br, 194
THE ANN ARBOR OAIIIN CS BANK E. Washiligtor st. eadq usrt esfor-
Ass AsboAk-h. :t: Capitall Stck,W,000. everyting a Studepl isoeds in the-
cs:11)11, IMOAK). line of Toxt Books, Stationery anc
Organized unsdersthlGerCalss:1Banking Laws Miseellalseo is Stock SD general
of this.Stase elcei-ves depo:sits, ibuys ssd
sells c ianeso: uteh pricpl citie- sof the
CUnited Sitates. Drfs sh seed up:o prsoper MARTIN SGHAL LERe
identificaso. Safety depo~sit bosst155root.
ocrarxs: CIhristiano:has2,ck .'sea f15 THE DOWN-TOWN OO4 L, .
Ills'eiss am,Tice-Ire s.;: Clm:s It uis cok,115
Cashsier:.IA. J- Frito Assisla~sstlCassier.
19 E. Washington Sh., one block
"V~PT 1V_-R,- ITITNDE, east of Mail St.
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
Corner oBaat, and ine. sm sn.,
ilisa:: ist. en,saste. P latit
STEAM LAUNDR~Y CO The latest thing innPHOTOGRAPHlY
High Gioss sod Dumerstic Finis. B IB RI RI y 1M4A XN7S
6 E. Huron s1. Special Halos to Seniors.
S. S. SERVISS, Mananger,
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