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January 28, 1897 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-28

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

MICHIGAN GuEN
Time Table (Revised) Sept. 27, 1896.
Mall and NE.-----i 47 N. Y. Special---- 7 355
N. Y. Special.... 4158 Maili --------8 43
Eastern Ex----10 17 N. S. LimIted.... 9 25
Atlantic Ex--7 37 Pacific Ex----12 15
O.N. Express.... 1 45 Western Ex----1 55
G. R. Express ---11 G5 Chi. Nt. Ex---- 910
G.REx------5 55
0. W. RUGLstee, 1B. W. HAYES,
15. P. & T. Agt.. Chicago. Agt. Ane Arbor
Lne ' .
RAILROAD.
Time Tasblr, Oct. 27, 1896.
N00TH. 001UT0.
7:30a. m. *7:0 a in
*11:30 a. m. 11:)0a. M
4:30 p.mi :52 p.m.
*Run between Axe Arbor and Tolcdo onlya
All trains daily except Sunday.
E. S. GOlLliIE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0.
THE KIHOERBABDEN BILLARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS

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Marietta.
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1,lnSleeders between Columbu5Colssand
THE ONLY LINE with 4 trains echxiiway daily
hetwccn Tolo donlagmbes. as
THEEONLY LINE wit 2Coainesreacs wyden
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THetNLYenRTlINEBowlwGeen Toldo
aned teVirginias
THE POPULAR LINE ,tweecn Toledo, Fos.
ria,OBueyrusGranvlleoand Newark.
Fuil infomation relative toeraes, lime of
trains, etc., will be cheerfslly furisihed by any
Agentsofithe Ohiosental Lines.
MOULTON HOUK, 0. P. A.
TOLEDO, OHIO
This space is reserved
for the' Grand Opera

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Cor. Main and Liberty Sts. sioslcic st A K R F u ti e
W iat Hall Heairisigs are to the Bicycle. A perfect Pen and warreanted by toePasrke
Pen Company, Jancsville, Wis. C.FED'9,4 S.Ae
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ti zLax be secred w tli Hand, MlcNally & Co ,>fthat will bising cod retun s to
studienat,,for Iis awort iv veca-tion. We nishlReprseenativs on05our
Atlases, Ma~ps aad othmr publicatios.
to "esla'0111 ghat Im 03an33 ALL ABOUT THE BABY
By Robert N. Tooter, M.D0.aid Chiico iMedical Caliegc lost issned, is misc
No ome in Really Complete biook for eilical Stadeats. Cataloguan id circulars snsd on application.
Jsatotanew 1897 Model SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVES

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