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May 19, 1897 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-05-19

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

The Coast Line to MACKINAC
'--TAKE THE-'
MACKINAC
DETROIT
PETOSKEY
CHICAGO
New Steel Passenger Steamers
The Greatest Perfection yet attained in
Boat Cnstrucoin-Luurious Equipment,
Artistic Furnishing, Decoration nd Effi-
ent Service, isuring the highet degreof
COMFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY
FeUe ToISs PER WoK BEWoEN
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac
PETOSKEY, "THE SO," MARQUETTE
AD DULUTH.
LOW RATES to icturesque Mackincand
Return, including Sleas and Berths. From
Cleveland, $1; from Toledo, $i; rom
Detroit, $13.50.
DAY AD NSHT SEVICE.
Between Detroit and Cleveland
Conecting ct Cleelnd swith Erist
Trissforoallpointosot. South cd Soth-
westcndat Detroit forcllpoits North cd
Northwest.
Sunday Trips Jne, July, Ags and Sept. Oni-
EVERY DAY BETWEEN
Cleveland,Put=in-Bay4f Toledo
eed for Ilstrted Pamophet. Address
A. A. OCHANTZ, a. P. . DETOIT. MIC.
The Detroit & Clevelad Steami ay. Co.
THE FINEST TAILORING
OF THE CITY!1
HURON ST., OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE.
w eLadies Tailoring Annex
"TiOA!-do yopln?" gpt t o 'slul's"
Wo Home s tRealy Coplee
without a new 19 UMode
a shburn Guiar, Mandolin,
Picsos h bescatle doensas it rst of te
\ %sh.tto's -ies I Into city ~so tht now on a
hy ;tgaoe "so 0 slloe of the ery ltst dsig
From $S.oo Upard.
Th e w ooihbrs 'Ma o e zrdcledprtre
frofeor oistle. tOis cetstt, ditiest and
ightest ittodoin ismaginabhle, ad iftse .paesle
ory ea or totl ttht , ieoldlClel iodli. Otolt
brsesresold at ioedtefopies byt ll firOtt-
Ytoashhoons a0ei thehkoweldge stndrd of the
wold. 'tlheyooare isleslsivooyi ttjhehltadhng
Atist, Tehers aee l(Ie e t. iOurrwalooW-
bose ctlo+; to eontainingo potatofov0eOAtit
and1t'tIjOiormtionljI, lries, edlorest,le., wilthe
setslue onsreeiteojppiatio. Ifyouroca ea
c.tnott supply You vea"ioll sed '; sihurtnolse C .ft.5)
twit: privileg I'ofainlttio, directto,,o i tfctoy.
A Wshburne improvs witth age cd cukes a
Git Clot fncases to vlue '5Othe yers ge by.
It isreallywoth many times iscst.
C0OP. WABASH AVED.S& AOAPIS S.. CICAO)
ANDALL THE PHOTOGRAPHER
Washington :Block,
Ann Arbor.

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CENTRAL DEBATING LEAGUE<J
Continuation of the Constitution!
and By-Laws.
'Tie cottlttittioa0111b-lawtt~s of the
Cenotral Dtatintg Lteaguoushitilting
oil itttheTl'et'~etll of 'Micityo, Ci-
te * Daltilt ocldd eo

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AND BEAUTY OF PROPORTION
ARE NICELY ADJUSTED.
GOOD TASTE AND UTILITY
ARE SATISFIED. i

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This space is reser-ve
for the Grand Opera
house.
Tie o'able (Revised, lob. 7t Os
C t . M. 69
doll aend Es----- il N. Y. Spseca___a
S. Y .Special----.4d58 Mal----_---_ "140:
+Yastere Ex------100u5 N.S. Lis.teO 0 .h
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s.fR.iiExpress --Ill1) "ti.Nt. Es else?1
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RAILR~OAD.
oimeeTable, Sunsday, ate's ) T
NORTH. 8011HI
*11:2 .m. 1:5 a . :
4:00 p.m:3 P. .
011un bettween AtteAo'bor ted 'ToedtoRtl'
fttns b leeen Toledo tond l i t ott T us
train1 Sutnday only. All othlertCttrain pda iy
00 'opt Ssuday.
N. n BENNETT G0 P. A. Toleos0.
THE KINDERGARTEN BILLIARD .
ARAILROAD TICKET BROKER
Wholesale Cigars, Tobaccosate
bligarottes.
Cor. Main and Liberty ta
Bicycle Repairing.
to ail Oebrceseatly ted proo bptty ? ,6>tR
Prioesreaonablo. Sustdries at rockto ttttsos.
Win. J. Wenger,
3 N. FOURTH AVE. - ANN ARSCR..

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.....ORDERl~ VOCS ICE CREAM ANDI FRIT ICES AT.....
WHITE'S Confectionery Store,
10lbsouth Main Strest, Telephone 100.
Lowney'o and Allegrstti'o Famous Chocolate Creanms.
Sods Water, Phosphates and Vernor's Ginger Ale.

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Th-e Micliigauleusian
PRICE $1.

Blue and Gold Cover, profusely-
Illustrated with Organizations,
Cuts of Buildings, Etc.

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