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June 25, 1895 - Image 8

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-25

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THlE V. 0OF M. 1DAILY.

MJGHI&AN G n1AA
Tme Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Mall and EX-1..300:Mali-.......84
N. Y. Special.... 5 00 :N.Y. Special ..7 25
Eastern E.. 10 12 NS Lmited.9 25
7 A. M. Pacific Es-11 9It 7
Atlantic Ex-..7 47 P,'.
D. N. Express....540 Western ,E-.1- 200
G. . Express ...l 05 Chi. Nt. Es....10 2
O. W R GLES, I. W. HAYE,
G. P &T. At. Chicago. At, Ase Arbor.
T., A A. &, N. N. 1BY.
Taking effect fSuday April 7184.
Trains leave Ann Arbor on Central Stad
girdltie
8;07 a.m. "25 :i~, -
*1:2 p. m. 11:0it. m.
4:1pm 9:00 p.me.
SUNDAY TAISO
Going North at 9:1-a.m.
Going Soth at 8:1 p. n..
Trains Sunday sun -between Toledo and
H amburg Juncton only.
0Tyralns run between Ann Arbor ad Toleds.
Anll trains daily 1exceptBnds 1, gn
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST RY.
Time Table, May 26, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from ConresSt., 6:00, 8:00
and 11:00 a. n.: 12:452:15, 5:0, 0:4, 9:0 and
11:00 p. n.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:00, 8:0 and
11:0 a. n.: 1:15, 2:45, 5:0,7:15, 10:00 and 11:00
p m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti frsm Congresst., 1:2,:2,
:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor ;Junction, 2:00,4:00,:0,
7:00 and :0 p. n.
Cars run on city time are: sige trip 15
rents: round trip tickets 25 cets.
WM. k'. IAnan, Supt.
IEMPI E SPECIAL OH MASCOT
$100 FOR
wheals _$~D
The Supurb, an $O WhelI'for $6 :
J. L. MEE & FA . CUTCHEON
11 MoNE ESTnEXv. AENTS
GOTBELL & LEONAR.,
ALBANY, NEW YORE,
Makers og Caps and Gowns to the University
of Michigan. 1
V. MURRtELL, Local Agent,
44 William t. An Arbr, Mich
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
U* orW3. TAILORS
Our Spring and Sumnier Woolens
arefnow oi sale. Prices Low.
Call and see us.
48 S. Stae mt. Seond ler, Ann Arbr.
0MPG GE

'COM MENCEMENTVISITORS.:
Alumni Who' Ares.Revisiting the
University..
The following additionlinamsIO
were recorded on the Alunni Register
yesterday: R. F Cooley, '87, Lansing,
Michi.; 1H. M. Roys, '7M, Farel; .1,
M. Everett, '74, DeIalb, Ill.; D. N.,
Oakley, '75, Detroit; L. -1B, King, '4,
Detroit; L. 1, Swift, 7, Indinapolis
Ind.; J. A. Feter, 'il2, Dctur, Ill;
G. C, Maly, '7 iTS', .Col,; R.it.
Ora121Rapids; Mulie8.,5 'urmndt,
'8de C' apods, Ia.; E. A.- Snn
'83, Ypilant; D, A,Siteby, 75, St.
Louis, Mo.; Si, C. Clark, '87, Columbus,
0); SF.I. Chase, '4, Detoit; F. P.
Wood, '75, And.; Chas. Pon, '5, Orandi
Rlapids; S. B. Price, Scranton, Pa.:
E.' Kitchinu, '70, Sawkeye, Ia.; L.. N
toden, '58 C lvelaud. 0.; C. F. Bur-
toil, '70, Detroit;(G. E. Dawsn, 70
C hicago, Il.; IS. T. Morley, '79, D-
troit; W. Syde, .'70, Warren,, 0.; C.
S. MDonald, '7<<, Detroit; A. C. SnS.
wagen, '75, Detroit; W. J. Stuart, .'8,
(rand Rapids; 'W. T. Emerson, 'it.
Racine, Wis.; E. A. Serrill, "'80, D-
troll; Cora A. Benneson, ''78 antI 'SO.
Camlbridge,, Mass;, C.I'P.-Gilbert, '70,
Berkeley, Cal.; F. M. Sessions, 88,
Colunibus, .;'Ellen . Hogboii,7,
Saginaiw, 11. S. Cieever, '93, ay
City; G. W. Bates, '70, Detroit; Pone
roy Ladue, '0, New York Clty; D.
H. Campbel, '82, Stanford Univerity,
Cal.; C. H.. Jacobs, '75, Detroit; MVrs.
L. C. Allei, '93, 'Cihicago, 51, ; J It.
Allen, '2, Chicago, I1.; C. K. Adams,
'01, Madtison, Wis.; F. W. Pine, 94,
Detroit; Dos Fall, '75, Aioi; A.
B. ┬░Curtis, '87, _Somerville, Mass;
Horaee Mann, '93, Wuishington, D. C.;
.. I. Coril, '0, Chicago, I1.; Hoyt
P'ost, '11, Detroit; E. SF. Cooley, '70,
Lanslog; 0... Campbell, '70, Cee-
1011d3 0.; Edwin Flesing, '70, Buffalo,
N. Y.; A. 1. Veysey, '93, Toledo, 0.;
H1. 2. Dewey, '90, Tacoma, Wah.;
k1. J. Coker, '39, Adrian; Jessie
Phelps, '94, Pontiac; J. R. McLagi-
lin, '77, Detroit; SR. E. VanSyckle, 9,
Detroit; A. P. Jacobs, '73, Deotroit;
It. T. Garwood, '92, Marshal; W. L.
Whitney, '94, Moline, I1.; G. S. Snow,
'90, Deroit; W.1. Charly, '94,
Goshien, Ind.; SH. P. Davick, 70, De-
troit; F. W. Newton, '94, Saginaw;I.
C. Thayer, 91, :Manistee; Gertrude
Hill, '89, Golden, Cole.
STAMP COLLECTIONS.
We want to buy stamp collections
and will pay cash for the same on
receipt if price asked is satisfactory.
Collections should be sent by regis
tered mail or express with letter nam-
lng price under separate cover. We
send superior approval sheets to re-
sponsible parties.
W. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Subscribe for the Daily.
YOU SHOULD HEAD THIS
*There arenmany god railways rnning
West. If you have never traveled
over the
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN
trycit once. Tihey have frequent fast
through trains from Chicagon to Os-

University News Depot
ALL THE
[EADING DAIIES AND PERIDDICALS!1
One-halt blurt west from law builid-
log oWilliamsast.
P.C. M EYEBR. DROP.
SGRUMMOND'S
MACKINAC LINE
STEAM ERS#
Tourists Route.
SEMI-WEEKLY FROM
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO AND DETROIT
-vrMACKINAC ISLAND, CHEBOYGAN,
ST. IGNACE, ALPENA,
And all Poerts one the West Shesre ofr Lake
Huron.
Remember this la the only line giving pas-
sensgers the opportunity of sight seeing at all
sorts on this popslar route. Also givisg pas-
sengers maskiss" a contiessous trip six hours
on the famouss dachinac tsaned.
Fareo, Iecludinsg Meals and Berths, no othser
expenses.
Cleveland to Mackissac Island and re-
tures, seven-day trip. . .8-------- 14.00
Toledo to Mackinac Island and return,
ole-day telip. . . . .----12.00
Detroit to Mackisnaw Island and return,
fve-day trip------------------1.00
Tickets good to retsrn any time dsring the.
Sesson,
Cossnecting at Mackinac Island with all
steamers for Chicago, illwaukee, Petohkey,
Sault Ste. Mareand alpoints un Lahe Miech-
igan, Lake Snperior, and Green Bay; ansd at
st. Ignace with 0. S. S. & A. Rty. fur all puinits
in the Upper Peninsula and the West. Write
for tsme table.
S. B. GRUMIMOND, Geni Menager.
U. GRANT GRUMMOND, Pass. Aft.
General Offes, Detroit, Mich.
Have you rooms to rent? SO so, nd-
vertise them in the Daily.

DO YOU WANT 6000 BICYCLES
AND QUICK. SHIPMENTS? + *++
'THE r
We are even on orders for Gents'
Special, 21 lbs, Alumuinumn,1inisb
and can promnptly ship tbem, 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. tread.
PLYMOUTH CYCLE MFG, CO,,
PLYMOUTH, IND).
0. Lipp~.ass, .Lgost,
46 E. William St.
THE COLLEGE OF
-PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
OF' CHICAGO.
Anneual Session begins in Septem-
her and continues seven months.
Four years graded course. Labora-
tory, Clinical nod Dispensary ad-
vantages exceptionally good.
For annual announcemsent and
other information address Corres-
ponding Secretary,
DR. BAYARD) HOLMES,
34 Washingtone St., Chieago.

DON'T BUY WOOD PULP
IF YOU WANT LINEN PAPER
BUY SWAN LIN EN!
EVERY SHEET WATERMARKED.
Noegnun 'ihotti Waem. Dntb dcieny h Js
as Good" inist on havig the SWAN. tiiClbae ae
may e hd ofalldealrsprinersand tatoner inany izeans
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