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May 05, 1898 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1898-05-05

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
See Our Swell Display of Summer Neckwear!
For Quality, Correct Styles, and Square Prices-We are the "Onliest."
AN EXCLUSIVE LINE OF WASHABLE NECKWEAR, Madras, Cheviot, Ginghams, in
Combination Stocds, Ascots, Strings and 4-in-hands.
Alfred Benjiman's, Fancy Vests, Crash and Cloths-swell patterns.
We can fit you in any style of gloves. Our $1.50 Gloves are especially strong. Ask for
"No. 30 Every pair guaranteed.
TRY US. _TRY US4
MACK & COMPANY.

If yoi ish to own a Ban,io or
Mandolin that has a tone to
suit the most exacting critic,
boy the
Wal1do
OF
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO
205-207 t. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR
me Table, Sunday, Sept, 5, 1897
TIME TA BLE:
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
Time.
NORTH. SOUTH .
8:43 a. m. *7:30 a. n.
*12:1p.M. 1:25 a. .
4:468p. m. I 8:40 p. m.
*Run between Ann Arbor and Toledo nly
E. S. GILMORE, Agent
W, H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
MIOHIGAN ETjAL
The iagara Falls Route."
Central btandard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
AT.P. M. A. M
Mail and Ex......3 47 B, N. Y, Chi.... 3 12
N.Y, Special-.-4 58 Mail..-----.-....- 9 18
E. S. rimited ...8 10 Pacific Ex.-..12 30
Eaotern E.8__947 P. M
A.M. Western Ex.138
D.N.Express... 5 GR.& K. Ex 55i
Atlantic .....7 30 Chi. Nt. Exi..... 7 47
G. R.Expres..11l10
*North Shore Limited is an extra faretrain
and there is a charge of $2.50 to New York
more than on other traioe,
0. W RUGGLEs, H. W. HAYEs,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt.. Ann Arbor
THE BUCKEYE ROUTE.
COLUMBUS, HOCKING VALLE AND TOLEDO RAILWAY
Is the Ionly line _fdn the Toledo Union
Station to Columbos and points beyond,
using Union deot terminals at Colom-
bus and runs four fast express trains
daily between the points named, two of
them in the un-precedented time of three
hours. Parlor cars on day trains, seats 25
cents; Pulman sleepers on night trains.
Students desiring oneqosled "facilitieo
are invited to use the Buckeye Route and
can obtain full particulars on application
to local tichet agents.
E. R. DAVIDSON,
Dist. Pass. Agent, Toledo; or
NY. It. FISHER, G. P. and T. A.
Columbu, Ohio.
9011 CE~NTRAL LU.FES.
THE DIRECT LINE TO
Cincinnati Columbus
Dayton Marietta
Urbna a Athens
Springfield. Middleport
and Charleston, W. Va.
Through trains with Sleeping and
Drawing Room Cars from Detroit
'Ind Toledo.

KNDE ARTEN, EuronSt. STEINSt
Call and See Us,
A whole window full.
RENTSCHLER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER
'. r O 1. EADIEWLER
Telephone 'O. ANN ARBORJ
Six =Models for 198 at 860. 9l97 Models, while they last at $50).
SCor MaIn n ron
At Brown' sDrug Store, Streets.

At the Theatre.
The attraction at the Atbens Theater
tomorrow evening, May 6, will be
"Darkest America." -In it are eighty
real Southern negroes. Home life
among the negroes'ts the basis of the
entertainment, showing the amuse-
ments, antics, frolics and games of the
Southern negro in his humble home.
The negro is the most humorous of
mortals.gCare sit s lightly o his hopes.
To be amused is the prime motive of
the Southern negro's life. The dance,
songs and music are their greatest de-
light. There is nothing in which they
excel at they do in singing and dancing.
There is a catchiness about negro
melodies not heard in any other music.
Sit in an audience and listen to a
classical selection from the orchestra,
and then note the effect of the intro-
duction of a few bars of any negro
melody. The audience vith one ac-
cord brighten up, keep time with the
strain and manifest an inspiration no
other music can inspire: Even in
Europe, where negro airs are seldom
heard, "Our Old Folks at Home"
'Suwanee River," and similar airs have
become popular. How many people of
advanced years remember the good, old
primitive ways of country life thirty

years ago? I nocent games, taffy pull-
ings, quilting bees, wood choppings,
husking bees, cotillion dances, and such
like, made up the amusements of the
people. You-can-rot find anything of
it now; it is only a memory of the
past. When Denman Thompson put
his picture of country home life on the
stage under the title of the "Old
Homestead," criti's assailed it, contend-
ing it had no dramatic force, no, plot.
The people flocked to see it, howeve ,
because it brought back recollections
dear to memory, happy scenes of early
days in their lives. Up to the begin-
ning of the war no more interesting
people lived than the negro slaves of
the South. Their games and amuse-
ments were fascinating to all people.
Time has nearly obliterated the genuine
plantation negro. He is very seldom
seen, but he is just as interesting as
of yore.
TEACHERS WANTED FOR NEXT
SEPTEMBER.
Physics and Chemistry (man) for
Mich. H. S., $800.
Three H. S. Prins., $1,000, $1,200,
$2,000.
H. S. Assistant (woman) English,
$600.
Girls' Coll. Prep. Sch,, Latin and
Greek, $410 and home.
Wekhave very many other vacancies
and are getting them every day. Al-
bert & Clark Teachers' Agency, Pull-
man Bldg., Chicago. Theilest and
largest in the West. Thirteenth year.

FULR & -
I""T TILORS
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
Work called for and delivered
. t2S. STATE ST., over Bosey's.
Phone No. 234, New State.
0. M. MARTIN,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Embalming a Specialty.
NO. 209 FOUR TH AVENUE.
Ambulance night or day.
Residence, 302 Fifth Avenue.
CAN FURNISH MUSIC OF FIRST-CLASS,
Orders for all Fraternity parties, club
dances, etc. Leave orders at Ann Arbor
Music Co. or at Residence, 1710#O.ddesave.
P, S. - Will take pupils on iano and is
sight reading at above named Places,
A. J .Johnston.
U. of M. Shaving Parlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing upmstairs
Old friends call again. We welcome new
ones J. i. TROJANOWSKI,
Lowney's Chocolates
-GO TO-
We W. TUTTLE'S, Stt
ALLEGRETIS, if you wish.
TO RENT.
M, STAEBtER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM
One door east of American House.
Both Phones, No.8.
THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERs OF ATHLETIC
ANDBICYCLESUPPLIEs ANDUNIFORMs
IN THE WORLD. . .*
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"The Name the Guarantee."
Official Outfitters to the Leading College, Ath-
letic Club and School Teams of the U. S.
Every Requisite for Base Ball,
Athletic Sports and Pastimes.
The Spalding Official League Ball
Adopted by National, Minor, College and
School Leagues.
Base Bail Uniforms, Bats, Gloves,
A is, Chest Protectors, Shoes, Etc.
ISE. SPALDING V5AINLESS BICYCLES 14
THE SPAINC BLUERACER (Chain) MOELS
THE SPALDING ROADWIIEEL '"
Send for Illustrated Catalogneof all
Athletic Sports.
A. 6, SPALDING & BROS.,
New York Chicago
'"War Bongs"! Coon Bongo"!6
Sossa's Marches"!
Latest Music for Piano, and other
Instruments.
Finest assortment of Guitars and
Mandolins, Strings and Trim-
mings. Lowest Prices.
The SCHAEBERLE rusic Store
i14 West Liberly st., Asn Arbor.

University School of Dancing
-.Si $fiB SIEET, Or 001 La w aILSIN..
Programe Party, with Orchestra Music, every Saturday Evening.
Private LessonS by appfutmelnt. - Office, 427 Thompson st.
ENOCH DIETERLE,
EFIBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Calls Attended Day or Night.
No. 16t East Liberty Street: Residence, 53
South FourthAve. Phone 129.
RANDALL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER. A
WASHINGTON STREET . ANN ARBOR

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