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THE U. 01? M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN GNaR
Time Table (Rvised) Nov. 1, 184.
EAST. WEST.
P. M. AM
Mal aed Es-1 0 Mal __-.._-84:
N. Y. Special-0 15 N. Y. Spe"1a1.... 77.0
Eastern Es__-1 25 N. S. Lmited.-192
A. M. Pacific E.....12 1
AtlanticE. 1 . 747:P;.at
D NEspress.... 540 .WLestern Es. Ill 21
G. R. Express,..ll 5 Ci. N.. iS--10 5
G.. E----.-55
. W. RUGGLEES, ' H. W. HAES,
G. P. x T. At., Chicago. At., Ass .Abor.
T., A. A. & N. M. RY.
Taking effect Snday, April 7, 184.
Trains leave Ann Arbor on Central Stand-
ard time.
NORTH. SOT.
8:07 a.m. *7:5 a.m
*1:2p. m, 11:0 a. .
4:15 pm. 9:0 p.
*Trns run between Ann Arbor and Toedo
only.
All trains daily except Sndoy.
I. . GREENWYOG), Agent
W. H. ENNETTG. P. A. Toledo t.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:00,9:00
and 11:00 a. in.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:00 and
10:0 p.m.
LaeAnn Arbor Junction, 7:0, 9:0. and
11:0 a. m.; I:15,2:45,5:,:15,:adl:Op.m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Concress t.,1:, 3:30,
5:00, 6:30 and :0 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00, 5:0,
7:00 and :0 p. m.
Ca run on city time IPare: single tirp 15
cents; round trip tickes .5 cents.
W'M. F.PAKnE, Sut.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybody.
COUSNS & NALL, florists 6 T.eb se 115.e
TlDIETAS & SCHANZ,
Mr. OF M. TAILOR.S
Our Spring, and Summer Woolens
ro now on sale. Prices Low.
Call and see us.
48 s. S tate 8t., Seond Finr, An A ror.
22 Years in the Bsaiess "s~
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. SEABOLT No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAIIORIG!?
Cleaning, Preeing and Repirng
AH. done neatly by
Att. O110NIOWAL, l6.E. Waelhingtnn
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDR!r
20 EAST HURION STREET.
Good Work Guaranteed, Goods called for
and deliveed. A . 101 lT tp
ANN 'ARBOR
STEAM DYE WORKS
Ladien' and Gtent" Cotking Cleaned
..eorDyed.
3 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBOR.
Members of Guarantee Ticket Broker' Asso-
ciation of U. S. -
Cosby & Xeon R. R. Ticket Agency
50 Adams st., Chicago. Reduced rates to all
points. Branch The tiderprten No.13
N. Mlain t. Ann Arbor Michigan.
$265.00 for a 51 Days Euro.
pean Tour.
We arenorgnlizig a slect aty for asum
emer lose to urope. leaving New York, Jun
22nd, for London, Antwerp rusels, Cologne
Cobetz, Frankfrt, Heidelberg, Straosbrg
Bden-iaden, Paris and Dieppe, reursisg
--saling frem London Agust 2nd. The part
will be conducted by and under the perona]
charge of M. OTTO ' WESONof Cosmbs
well known an one of the first musical in
structors of America, and a genial gntleman
of large experience in travel. Eac patron
will haves berth ins large promeeande deck
stateroom, nd the ships selected-re nens
85(101N ton twin mscr steamers, provided wit
electric lights and ,steam eaLt Cmpet
Itinerary and information mailed on receipt
of sef-addreesed stamped envelope. M1.0
pays every expense of sght, travel and
hoels. Fal information. and itinerary
mailed on receipt of selfsddresed enveops
Mention this paper
WA~t) BROTHERS,
Gln. Tourist and Steaahp Agts.,
2714. igh t.,
iLow rates everywere', oumbs, Glioe

BUSINESS LOCALS. r0$ Q YOUR 9jfjINl 90OTO P1TUBESQU
On Friday aiii Saurday neOxt the JICKINfC ILN.
Curtis & Ogawot comibined shows and
Impet~rial Jalpaneisa circus will exhibit ONE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKE RID ,
onl 111e gouds at the corner of j. AT SMALL EXPENSE.
Inigallts a1d E. Washilig ol ol., riv- Visit this Hitorical Island, which io the
iiig twoo performnice's eachi day. ''he grandest summer resort on the Great
circus shiowedl all last weekin ii ack- Like. It only costs about $13 from
0011 andi the Eveninilg Pitriot of tilat Detroit; $15 from Toledo; $18 from
city so rias ill tile foloviiig t2011 s f Cleveland, for the round trip, incudig
lcals and berths. Avoid the heat and
the ptotoi-ance: lut by trveling on the D. & . lflotng
'Tile Curtis & Ogasa JTap17i:'o cit- plces. Te attractions of a trip to- the
Illus 1is t vry lnrilot~riolss llldditioniito:1Mackinac region nie unsurpassed. 'The
lan0d itself i a grand romantic spot, its
theicircus world. 'Pie3 o oh: lid idcll'- imate mot invigorating. Two new
tiseis line, ring 0110w with (l:'1111111. steel punscnger steamers have jut betn
etc., bultlhcy do advertise :a sinlegi oilt fo tietpper lake route, cosing
ringcirus wth arveousJapae8,,-00,000 each. They are equipped witi
s-ile irtlsWit siarolsso.t:11111 :very modern convenience, annunciators:
perormelrs, woidrful feats iiittvaothl rooms, etc., iluminated trughu
poz', bar and11sawdust workl, osd the:y %: electricity, and are guaranteed to ho
bevel( it. Nevrci' oas <a lisne-sceniipl iIy ue grndest, largest and safest steames
ns fresh water. Tee steamers favorably
of apancsecperformers brougt to- , opare with tie great ocean liners in on-
g IIIs- lthlii feats of balaniicilig tractio and speed. Four trips per wee
fcsncing, tnmblling, jugglisg 11111 top :ettweu Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Mlaci-
spinnin t 101'rea, usuiiplassbleima'S. Ignce, Petoskey, Chicago, Soo,
lssqlstteasoil Dsuth. Daily etweer
Thiere is liesides the- Jaanese' pri's-cs- Cleveland and Detroit, and Cleveland and
ei's, a lairge compI~any 012 Aln~ieiciiiPut-in-Iy. Till palatial equipment
ahlletes. Th olow is snew, cleals nmakel raeig ntesc steamers thor-
fasinaingfro ficstto ast an isogly enjoyable. Send for illustrate
fa~cisaiso fols iro t iisI1111ISdescriptive pasphlt. Address A. A
1111 only Japesnese ciecu of tlse kindld SAT, . P. A., D. & C.. Dtroit, Mic.
in Aiserica." '____________________T
JEJST A MOMENT, PLEASE. THE "STANDAHU:' ( 'OMTEF
To he IilorcbasIgcllblss lilc 1g
ticket lionued lby'the0)1110 Cntali
Lins, alrea:dy tebest iteilmarkt, --
hits b-cst addesd thoencitire IB. & o. 4'
systemi wes t of Ititltsburli, iluildi1:7,, 8
tePittsburgh & Wsters tailroad,
sludinig it incmpa~rably Itic bs;:mill- -
ilg( ticket islod iby any lisla.If 7you ' . eara I~o b
wnit a ticket that isl ds theSiloB
& (. syismas wl sas Dig~t:or, stilt = _'-
tickets ar:' issued by Ohio Cntrsa
Agents lily.
Hills, he Tailosr, of ('lilago, will 111 RETAIL PRICE, ONLY 2.00.
at the:' Cookc Houmae fros la osy 1511h to ADesice for Accurately Register
25th insclusive. 'T'ec order takilie e i ngrs tteTDistnce Trvlld
ty Mr. Ellis 1:ust Mrch wreilldsi>n i It icce.
prompstly, ain ssevery cs glx'(' 1t :s.spIc-ese Inits:15oetioas ssssct
perfet satisfaicion. Wedo sot hesa- wil:) :1 :s-::eve Ibiey I" w e-i,5)t iyol
o:c.,-.isll:st rier,w:t.o. otandsl:onise
totes 10 1'csilliIt'lllIhim ,to tose:'o:less;b: whs :lieo-::..:: 1 d:, sae ~cis a1:0a110
ma ee nthn n htlisi. roglsler, ,00 i.Cts andsr, eat::::Sniessy:w
iiia nool 117-llislginqIiat issloly 55~p:: llladjust l le, Io aronotsan
p:itie i in :: the l s :itioe fo 42, 215 , :1
Tii: averasge weigtOf tie 'alifor- 'in:01 :: l s:os Id:is i :0 ::s:lltesato
- reo~ird wi :otchar or
nihilttrack eam1010is 1511 lpound;, lthe______
:isav-ergobheigt 5 feet,10 iscts, aind 5-'r a~o- by alzl l i Hiryle rters
1110 Ds'cs'slge ago 22 years.
$.0CLEVELAND R
VIA " C. & B. LINE."
,C tate of Ohio and Stato of Now York
DAIL TIIE AI3Z,. Is Ie LEADING SCHOOL OF BStINES and 2HO1
- AtYWIsEWAH AND 01gtifieent bildig ten teaekrs; Ia
SUNAYTIsaLtDEattndance;ngtod disipie;sueprir wrk; we
f Lv.Clevelantd--------------- ---6:00 p. in. spplied rerding room; dily letures; Strd
Ar. 5iu11111t-----7________ :0 a. m.evenig reepois;s open bhe entire yar. Enc:
lv.nta- - - :5p .toat facilitis tee plaig studestaia pstoir
-v ArCeveiasd- - - -7:11_________;a.m.Bord and room s o .5pee week in prva
lit. Clvelnd ______________-_i3o a m. osiles. Thse ratesredsced i to 15 bysen
Cvetra Standard Time. b aditg. ForCaalolgen address
Take the "C. & 1t. Lie" stamser atd en- aR. CLEAR, Pe$,
:toy is refreshig nigt's rstowheni eroslc to
oisifoNanyasFo .s, 'rtot,No-osYork,
itoson,AiasySiesldsroistrs THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BAN
t n linLCIsador ayor atadlt pimnt. AnsArbor, Nhil. tCaoital Stok-0,000.0
C HEA ECVIIS WE AEKLY TOIAUA AAFALLS. G lasn ind stoloog L
Send dl poage for touristpaplt. otil a.Iecrsdpstliysa
Wt F . IIEEMAN, T'. F. NEWMAN, sells esNcloose 010 the pelipal 'itle of t
Untied Stats iDrafts:'ashoed po prop
G' eni1 Pass. Ac-t. esi Sinaer. idetfiain. Sfety oosit boxes to ret
Cleveland, . Orerso: flrisbo-ol tsc, [re.: wI.
S Magificet newsesohip sow under con- Sarcimn, Vice-leos.; Cus. N. lisoc
structioss for thin route. ahe:MJ.FizAstntCher

[1ADII1VL S LLET
AND--
cA HUSTLING AGENT'S GOVITIOIA.
I ty sakoes alive, boo lhe Sm Oallsy" beci
l-caugt on siltiiheboys anod girls. as too 11
rthse '"g-rownfolks, anod isoit it loel'y, fii:.islsed
is the beauiflool llminuos 01namel-a ccreL
priocess tnownonly tI:: te smakers og ttttv
3Smloley.'"ieo you go-I on o :tiorooewiattlsod
3o~f ,p~oing the wesi~ol? C:onlllt :0gets, ooos See
Sltiem aodiino:thent-: ::n:1teters ss thecrr;
vclimb~supono 111the ooi:crownco and ljump sro
3io the crasnk hanier; swlings theO wteel be -
twenoo 1hloses and umps onthle frarne a l
Itill "Smalley" Blicycle seoms too likre a.-
-Nevece a squIos io t a grson, lover a break.,
- S n he*1seiglol ls 15 ts 21 posoods. Ivestornam
-Harsdware Companoy, Salt Lake City, ta-as
AN EASY SELLER,,
oThe Smallevy of 189i
PLYMOUTH CYCLE F.CDO
L. PLYMOUTH, IND.
0®. Lipp~an, gont,
R ~46 E. WhilamSt.

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ALBIANY, Nyol Ytlil -
.Makecrs oft'apsarooid('m ::,:toIsliei lvoits rc
of Slicloig::o:.
V. NURR.ELL, Local Aent,'
44 W~illiamst s. Aoon Arise, Micht-
HAVE 'U SEEN
'TlE LINDSAY BICYCLE
Tho highest of the '95~ high grace
wheel. Sold by
J. S. ]PEARLe
104 S. Main St.
JWSamples criing
Sch Ir's bookstore!l
Formerly with George Wahr, IV1
E. Washingrtor. st. 3Hoadqluarters for
everything a Situdent needs dn the:
line of Text-Boook-s, Stationery aeet+
Miscellaneo is StGok in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,.
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER.:
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
Plati1notyes
The latest thing in PHOTo)GRAPHlY
at
.BERRYMAN'S,,
6 E. Huron stL Special Eates toSeniors-
Subscribe for te Daly.(

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FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING'
Corner of State soiidiWill-ism ts.,
Wi1111' ,. at. ptanc
AWMT A.OEL
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
]HightGloss and Doestics Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
2N SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE

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