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THTE U. OF M. DAILY..

MICHIGAN (3KnTiL
Ti.me Tatle)Rvled) Mia ll, 154
EAST *.ST
Mailjud Ex 3It Mal _ 8 44
N. Y -#peclah= 500 NY Specal.. 7 0
Eastern Ex, __1012 N.S. Limited... 9 25
A. 5. PacficEx -11 .A 57
Atlsoqtlc Ex-._7 47 PV.
. N.Expree._. 5 48 Western Ex-..2 ()1
G. R. Express---11l 05 Chi. Nt, x.10 251
GREx_.- 5 5
. W. RI700LxS, IH. WBAES,
1G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. .Agi, An rbr
., A. A. H N. X.RY.-
Taking effeetSnday, April 7,184.
Trains leave An Arbor on Central Stand-
ard time.
8:07 a. m. '7:15 a.m.
"12:25 p. so, 11:0 a. m.
4:15 p. m 9:0 P,.
Going Nothsat 9:15 a. i.
Going Soth at :15 p. m.
Trains Snday rsn between Toledo and
Hamburg Junction oly
*Trains rn between Ann Arbor and Toedo
Altan lR. pGREENWOOD, Agent
W 1.BENNETT G. P0 AToledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, May 2, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 6:00, 8:00
and 11:00 a. an.: 12:42:1,5:00,:4, 9:0 and
11:00 p.m.
Leave Ann Arbor Jncton,7:00, :8 and
11:8 a. i.: 1:1, 2:45, 5W(, :15, 10:00 andlt:00
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congresst., 1:W,:0,
:00, 0:30 and 9:00 ppi. .
Leave Ann' Aror unction.2:P4 :0,5:0,
7:00 and 9:80.Fin.
Cars rsn on city time . Fare: -single trip 15
cents; round trip ticketn25 cents.
WM F.PRKERSupt.
$V2-50 CLEVELAND
VIA "C. & B. LINE."
Magniicet ide-wheelsael ertsames
state of Ohio and State of Newo Yorkl
DAILY TIME TABLE.
SUNDA 5INCLUDE.-
Lv.Cleveand. . . .8_____:00 p. m.
Ar Buffalo...---... 7218a. m infao--.. ..........eNp .
Ar. Cleveland -.------- :Mam.
Central Standard Time.
Take he "C. & Ii. Line" steamers and en-'
Joysa refreshing nl t's rest when erosteo
Sisffalo, Niara sit ls, Toronto, 00w York,
Boston, Albany, 1,00 Islands, or aty Eastern
or C'anadih point.-
CEAP [XCURSIONS WEKLY 10 IACARA FMILS,
Send 4c postge for tourst pamphlet.
W. F. HERMAN, T. F. NEWlAN
Gentl Pams. At. Ge't Masager.
Cleveland, .
Magnificent new seanskpnow nderon-
structionor this rote.
FLOWERS, FLOWERS
For Everything and Everybdy
COUSINS & HALL, [Wsk 260- Unisrrsi4.p ave.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
Q. OF M. TAILORS
Our Spring and Sunier Woolens
are now on sale. Pries Low.
Call and 'se us.
45S. Stt 't., Seond Fon,rAnA rbr.
22 Years mn the Business,'~
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. X. EABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
leaning, Pressing and [Repairing
done neatly by
A 17(5 ,CSGO ENEWAL5,20 13. Wahingos
EXCELSIOR + LAUNDRY'
I0 EAST HURON STREET
Good Work Guaranteed, Goods called for
and delivered. A. F. ('O)VE KT. Priop.
THlE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Ann Arbor, ic. Cpils Stock, $M,00).
Surplus, 8510,000.
Organized underthe Geneat Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, bsys sd
seln exchange on the principal cities of the
Unit~ State. Drafts cahed upon proper
'Idetilecatlon. Safety deposit boxe to rent.
OFrxEnSs: Christian Mack, Pres.: W. D.
Harriman, ire-Pres.: Chas E. iscck,
,Cashier:0M. J Fritz Aistant Cashier,

BUSINESS LOCALS.
WABASH LOW RATE HARVEST
EXCURSON FOR 185.,
will be rtun froml all statiotto on the
Wabash Railroad on April 30t1h, May
21st anod Juno 11th to tte West, North-
west, Southt sod Southwest.
For full particulars, apply to the
nearest ticket agent of the Wabash or
connecting lines or to
C. S. CRANE,
G. P. & T. A. Wabash 1I..It.
MEALS ON WABASH PARLOR
CARS.
Arrangements have beeu made to
serve meals in Parlor Cars now run-
ning on trains 44 and 4, between St.
Louis and Toledo, and passengers can
hereafter get meals on these crs5
equal to any served at the best hotels,
and at moderate prices,
C. S. CRANE,
Geni t'ass & Tkt AgI.
HOME-SEEKERS EXCURSION.
On -May 21 and June 11 Agents of
Ohio Central Lines will sell Home-
Seekers Excursion Tickets to points
in Virginia at One Fare for Round
Trip Limit 30 days. Also tickets
to points West and Southwest on saint
basis. Limit 20 days, See Ohio Cen-
tral Agents.
W. A. PERTERIS, M. P. A.,
Detroit, Islick,
THE WABASH TRAINS
Now eter and lhave Itic Nw UniIo
Station at St. Louis over the Nw
Mterehaitt Bridge, thereby avoiding
the hot, sniokey, disagreeable ride
thooigli the tunnel. eo
A lady of experience dsires to at
as nmatront for a1fraruty or sorority
tsr the coming year. Referenes cai
iso given if dest ed. Inquire at Daily
eduice. 177
For Sale-Itoynl Limtited bicycle, al-
lmot new; $0 cash. Call at Meyers'
stows stand, 4r, William. 173
"Standtard" cyclontees, accurate
and relitble, $2, at MeyQers' news,
stand. 13to
Ladies' Glee and Bajo club at Ui-
versity.hal, June 1. 173
NOTICE I) TENNIS JPLAYERS.
All memba-s of the Ahletic asso-
elation deiring to use tie tenis
courts must procure badges of the
tennis committee. Te ibadges an
be procured by presentng athletic
metbeship tickets to ay of the
following persons: E. B. Cakins,
Tons SManager, st U ouse; It, C.'
Fritz, 27 IE.Liberty st.; Isadore. Stil;1
Wi. W.:J18ghes, thil Katpa Psi
House.
The Young Mel's Lit~ral Guild
elected ofietwo Ilast night foe te cw-
lng7yea-I'as Isollows: 1rsden't, i. E.
stford; vice presitent, J. i. Brooks;
eerretal'y, 'etrad02-erg; tresrr,
Hloward Green.l
The manifest'iimprvelten. which a
smtooth, level diamttotnd ma&id in the
playing of the ball teaml Thursday less,
decided the tisnageaittnt to tiprove
the grountds at the Athletic fir-d, and
tto work was begun yestrday after-

GRUMMODS
MACKINA1G LINE
STEAMERS
Tourists Route.
~SMI-WREKLY FROM
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DETROIT
MACKINAC ISLAND, CHEBOYGAN,
ST. IGNACE, ALPENA,
And all forts son tie Wst Sono Lae
Hurons.a
Rlemember tis Is the only list giving ps-
sesgers the op portsity of siglt seei. g sall
Wortn no this popular ote- Also giving pas-
sengers making a oin::ut tietrix aours
on the fomost Mackiae Isld '
Fares, Including Meals ad Berts, nooter
expenses. -
Cleveland to Makiac Isand sd re-
turn, sevei-day tmsp--- 114.110---uTA-
Toledo to5Makna Islandaidtretrn
s-day til.----"-----201)
Detrolito Maekin~awIland ad rturin,
Seve-dry trip-- - - -1.00
Tickets good to return any time doing the
Semeon,
Conecing t ?saliic Ilnd wrlte si
steamers-for Chicos 2ilwtahe. is-leatsey.
Sault Ste lMaple, an,T 11pis.,.ls.aaelb-
igiis, Lakec Saterior. and tGrenSay: and at
1t. Ignace with 5. S S & A. Byfor alt points
In the Upper Pehnsula ansi the West. Wrte
fr time iable.
S. 13. GIUMI5OND, GentMsnager.
U. GRANT GEUMI5OND. Pass. At.
General Offices, Detrot, Mic.
HR YOR IOTII& 1O TO PICTRESQM[
11(1811100ISLII.
ONE THOUSAND MILES O LAKE SI1DE
AT SMALL ]EXPENSE.
Viit this Historical Island, wsich is h
grandest summer reort on the Great
lakes. It only costs about $13 froms
Detroit; $15 from Toledo; $18 from
Cleveland, for the round trip, including
seals and berths. Avoid the heat. and
lust by traveling on the D. & C. ilig
pisliess. The attractions of a ,trip in the
Miskisac region are unsurpassed. Tlhs
Ies, itself is a grand romantic spot, its
N ate most invigorating. Two new
Ist pssenger steamers have jmsi lien
isllAtifnr tie upper lake route, eiig
d%05t,000 each. They are equipped wih
4avtry modemn convenience. anonusaiio,
toutis rooms, etc., illuminated throgot
ow electricity, and are guarateed Io be
tass grsindest, largest and safest steamers
s;m fresh water. These steamer favorbly
,vim:pare wills the great ocean haes in cn-
lsisrtjuss snod speed. Four trips per week
-tween Toledo, Detroit, Alpena ack-
."e. AI. Ignsce, Petoskey, Chicago, 'Bo,"
iarqgetle and Duluth. Daily between
5'k veland and Detroit, and Cleveland and
fntrt-in-Remy. Theo palatial equipment
,Tkss traveling on these steamers Oor-
- lly ejoyable. end for ilutrsted
saripive pamphlet. Address A A-.
Z1n1T Z, G. P. ., D. & C.. Deriti, Iich
Lawyers
WHO WIN THEIR CASES,
read the Leral Works by J. W
Donovan.
'TACT IN COURT"
10pg s. heep . 06:.045. ost
"SKl.IN TRIALS."
Law Shet,17 pages, 5.- Fw
and very tramaic.
"MODERN JURY TRIALS ADO ADVOTM $
00 paes. Law Sep. Furth
dili::, 4.50. CombinedTialasae
25 years::.
Addres,
WGilliamtson Law Book 010,
Rchester, New York.
t Send for our caalaoge of eondi~as2
Law Books.
Subscribe for the Daly.

D0 OU lWANT 0OOD BICYCLES
AND QUICK SHIPMENTS? + + +
9 SOPERS SMALLEY
We are even on orders for Gents'
Special, 21 lbs., Aluminum Finish,
and can promptly ship them, but
don't ask for Ladies' Wheels or
Racers to be shipped same day.
Order Gents' Wheels and se-
cure a. ready seller,
We have an 18 lb. Road Wheel,
4 in. trend..
PLYMOUTH CYCLE MFG, CO,,
PLYMOUTH, IND.
0. Liyppm8a, Agent,
46 E. William St.
THE COLLEGE OF
PIIYSICIARS AND, SURGEON S
O1P ChICA.GO.
.Annual Session begins in Septem-
ber and continues seven months.
-Four years graded course. Labora-
tory, Clinical and Dispensary 'ad-.
vantages exceptionally good.
For annual ann~ouncein~eut and
otber informatioin address Corres-.
ponding Secretary,
DR. BAYARD HOLMES,
34 Mlasinsgion St., Chicago.
T. &0.0. Ry. K. &M.R y*
Soid through trains between Toledo, Ohio,
and Ciharlesan, W. Vs., via t'o.umbus, the
st aed only direct route.
TOlad, 0.
Piztdlay,O0.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0.
.Athens, 0.
Middleport, 0.
Pomery, 0.
P.Pleasaut, W. Va.
Richmonud, Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
Arad all southeastern points. Ohe aaC
sbsswieg srom cars onsai 5through tesios.
" For further informaton. call an your local
r~ce A' ete r write
3d 3LTO)N HOIYR, Gentl Pass. Agt.
Toledo, 0..
IV. A. PETERS. Michigan Pss. Agent,
Meri ick,

Is sheLEADING SCHMO BU1SMESS and SHOR
M&50agnosificest ibuilding; ten teachers; inr5o
assesdasee; gooddisipline;speriocrmoch; swel
5qpliebd mod55 ress:daily lectures; Sturday
eeias ees 'r 'soprn the entire veec. Eue~p
tipsal ae85ses for; inig .sisdenid in poiiin
Sisard and rom$3Stos 42.5 per weeki in priva"
fazim The,'fss eras e miced in St.5s by sell
Fw ai~ eCatsiegse address
40, - - p R- CLEARY, Prnes,

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