THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Mailland Ex-..8 350 Maill--..--843
N. Y. Special-_. 5 00 N. Y. Special ... 70
Eastern E- 15 1 N. S. Limited.... 5 25
A. M. Pacific Ex.--1 57
Atlantic E._-_7 47 P.
D. N. Exprees.... 5 40 Western Ex.l----
G. R. Express .--11 05 Ch. Nt. Ex-----10
0. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor.
T., A. A. & N. M. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, A prilt7, 1894.
Trainsleave Ann Arbor on Central Stand-
12:5 p. m. 11:0 a. m.
4:5 p.m :0p. M.
Gog North at 9:5a..
Going Soeth at 8:15 p. -n.
Trains Sunday run between Toledo and
Hamburg Junction only.
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
All trains daily except Sunday.
R. S. GREEN WOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo O.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:00,59:00
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:15,5:50, 0:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30,9:30 and
11:30a.m.; 1:15,2:45,5:30,7:15,9:30 and11:00p.m.
Leave Ypilanti from Congress t.,51:30,3:3,
:00,6:0M and 900 p. m
Leave Ann Arr .Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:0 and 9:30 p. mn.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents: round trip ticksu 25 cents.
WM. F. PAaER, Spt.
VIA " C. & B. LINE."
Magnificent side-wheel steel steamers
State of Ohio and State of New York
DAILY TIME TA3LE.
Lv. Cleveland----0----------------:-----:00 p. m.
Ar. Bufflo,- - ----7:30a.m.
Lv. Buffalo. . . . .----:-6:: lp..
Ar. Cleveland.__-~~-~~_.~-..--~--7:30a. .
Central Standard Time.
Take the "C. & B. Line" steamers and en-
joy a refreshing nifhts rest when enroute to
Buffalo, Niagara balls, Toronto, New York,
Boton, Albany, 1,000 Islands, or any Eastern
or Canadali point.
CHEAP EXCUHSINS WEEKLY TO NIAGARA FALLS,
Send 4c postage for tourist pamphlet.
W. F. HERMAN, T. F. NEWMAN,
Gen1 Pass. Aet. Gen'l Manager.
sragnificent new steamship now under con-
struction for this rote.
For Everything and Everybody.
CUSINS & HALL, florists, 2 S.tnlveeityave.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
U. OT M. TIZLOg.S
Our Sprini and Summer Woolens
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Call and see us.
48 S. State st., SecondFoor, Ann Arbor.
22 Years in the Business.--MM9sg.
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
done neatly by -
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and delivered. -A. . COVET. Prp.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVNGBANK
Ann Arbor, Mich. Capital Stck,$50,000.
Surplus, $150 000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sels exchange on the principal citem of the
Untted States. Drafts cnahed pen proper
identification: Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFIERs: Christian Mack, Pres W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Fes.: Chan S iscock,
Casher: M .J. Fritz Assistant Cashier
Thee National Law and Collection
association of Detroit. Just the thing
for aly young lawyer desiring to set-
tle in Detroit, furnishing plenty of
collection busiess. Address National
Law a.nd Collection association, De-
EXCURSION TO TOLEDO.
Sunday, May 2, the T., A. A. &
N. M. Ry. will 11111 a special excursion
to Toledo for the Toledo and Kasas
City ball game. Traiin will ieav:e
Ann Arbor at 9:30 a. n. Fare for
round trip $1.00.
W. H. BENNETT, Gel. Pass. Agt.
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE.
To the Interchangeable Mileage
ticket issued by the Ohio Central
Lines, already the best in the markt,
has been added the entire B. & O.
system west of Pittsburgh, including
the Pittsbrgh & Vestern Railroad,
making it incomparably the best mile-
age ticket issued by any line. If you
want a ticket that includes the B.
& O. system as well as Big Four, sueh
tickets are issued by Ohio Central
MEALS ON WABASH PARLOR
Arrangements have been made to
serve meals in Parlor Cars now run-'
ning on trains 44 and 45, between St.
Louis and Toledo, and passengers can
hereafter get meals on these cars
equal to any served at the best hotels,
and at. moderate prices.
C. S. ,CRANE,
Gent1 Pass. A Tkt. Agt.
Have you rooms to reno If so, ad-
vertise them in the Daily.
WABASH LOW RATE HARVEST
EXCURSION FOR 195.
will be run from all stations on the
Wabash Railroad on April 30th, May
21st and June 11th to the West, North-
west, South and Southwest.
For full particularvs, apply to the
nearest ticket agent of the Wabash or
connecting lines or to
C. S. CRANE,
G. P. & T. A. Wabash it. R.
-Wanted-A position as matron of a
fraternity house. Apply at 15 N. State
st., between 12 and2 p. in. 1t8
Do you want boarders? If so, ad-
vertise your board in the Daily.
4Ii YOUR OUTNS GO TO PICTUBESQil
ONE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKE RIDE
AT SMALL EXPENSE. .
Visit this Historical Island, which is the
grandest summer resort on the Great
takes. It only costs about $13 from
Detroit ; $15 from Toledo; $18 from
tleveland, for the round trip, including
i"al' and berthsAvoid the heat ani
':ust by traveling on the D. & C. flotin
'laces. The attractions of a trip t othes
lackinac region are unsurpassed. The
iland itself is a grand romantic spot, its
imate most invigorating. Two new
eel passenger steamers have just been
.1ilt for the upper lake route, costing
3800,000 each. They are equipped with
very modern convenience, annunciators,
oath rooms, etc., illuminated throughout
.e electricity, and are guaranteed to be
::ie grandest, largent and safestteanmers
n fresh water. These steamers favorably
ompare with the great ocean liners in con-
raction and speed. Four trips per week
Between Toledo, Detroit, Alpena, Macki
:+af. St. Ignace, Petoskey, Chicago, "Boo,"'
larquette and Duluth. Daily between
Cleveland and Detroit, and Cleveland and
Put-i-Bay. The palatial equipment
makes traveling on these stealers thor-
oughly enjoyable. Bend for illustrated
descriptive pamphlet. Address A. A.
cHAZOTz, G. P. A., D. & C, Detroit, Mich.
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DETROIT
MACKINAC ISLAND, CHEBOYGAN,
ST. IGNACE, APENA,
And all Ports on the Westishore ofeLake
Remember this is the only line giving pas-
sengers tie opportunity of sight seeing at al
sorts on this popular route. Also giving pas-
sengers mang a osisuous trip six hours
on thec fomous Mckin:c Isi: d.
Fares, including Meals and Berths, no other
Cleveland to Mackinac Island and re-
turn, seven-day tripp...---1------.----14.00
Toledo to laokhsacIsand and return,
tlx- -y tri p..--. -. . 5---12.0
Detroit to MaekinaaIsIandanretor,
Tickets good to return any time during the
Co:necting At Mackinac Iland with all
steamers for Chicago, Milwakee, Petoske
Sault Pte Marie, and all pints on lake Mic-
igan, Lake Si: peror, and Green By; and at
St. Ignace with D. S S & A . Ry. for all points
in the Upper Peninsula and the West. \Write
for tme table
S. 1. .GRUMMOND, Gen'1 Manager.
U. GRANT GRUMMOND, Pass. Agt.
General Offices, Detroit, Mich.
IHE 'NADASH BOUT
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,
New Texas and California Sleeping
THE WABASH AND IRON MOUNTAIN RYS.
Have inauurated a new Daily Line of
FtRST CLASS SLEEPERS from
CHICAGO TO LAREDO, TEXAS,
Via Little Rock. Malvern, Tearkn, Pal
estiue, Austin and San Antunio. Passengers
for Hot Springs have only one change of cars
(at Malvern, 9:50 a. m. next day, arriving
at Hot Springs at 11:10 a. .in Six hours the
qicklest through sleeping car line between
Chicago and Malvern. Also daily line of
Tourist Sleepers, leaving Chicago on same
train, through to San Francisco via Los
For maps, tickets and fuillnformation,
J. H. GREEN J. HALDERMAN,
Michigan Pass. Agt. Trav. Pass. Ag
TICKET OFFICE: 201 Clark st., CHICAGO
F. H. Tristram, P. E. Dombaugh,
Cen. Pass. Agt. Pass. & Ticket Agt
Cor. 7th ave. and Smith- 807 Madison st.,
field st. Pittsburg Pa. Toledo, .
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needed in every hbuse. Nothing else
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A HUSTLING AGENT'S CONVICTION.
My sakes alive, how the "Smalley" has
caught on with the boys and girls, as well as
the "grown folks, and isn't it lovely, finished
in the beautiful aluminum enamel-a secret
process known only to the makers of the
skalley." Do you get on to the new method
of spoking the wh~eels? Conibeaer gets SR to
them and into them and teters on them;
climbs up on to the fork crown and jumps on
to the crank hanger, swings the wheelbe-
tween two boxes and jumps on the frame and
the "Smalley" Bicycle seems to like It.
N ever a squak, not a groan, sever stbreak,
and theweight is 15 to 21 pounds.-Western
Hardware Comnany, Salt Lake City, Utah.
AN EASY SELLER,
The Smalley of. 1895.
PLYMOUTH CYCLE MFG. GO.,
0. Lipp~an, Agen.ts
46 E. WillianiSt.
THE COLLEGE OF
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Annual Session begins in Septem-
ber and continues seven monthsa
Fonr years graded course. Lahorm-
tory, Clinical and Dispensary ad.-.
vantages exceptionally good.
For annual announcement and
other informationaddress Corres-
DR. BAYARD HOLKES,
34 As'ashington St., cheaegqs
T. & O. C. Ry. K. & M. Ry.
Solid thlroughtrains between Toledo, Ohio
an~d Charlrstoii,XW. Vas., via Columbs, the
short and only direct route.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. Pmr,0
Old Point Comfort, Vec-
Newport News, Va:-
And all southeastern points. Elegant
drawsg room elcas on atl through trains.
For further in~formation call on your local
Ticket Agent or write,
MOULTON HOUK, Gen't Pass. Agt.
XV. A. PETERS, Michiigan Pas.Age,