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Michigan Daily, 1895-11-11

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MWGHIGAN GENiL
Time Tabie (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Mail and Ex -5-50 Mail-......8 43
N. Y. Special--- 5 00 N. Y. Special... 7 30
Eastern Ex---10 12 N. S. Limited.... 9 25
A. M. Pacific Ex-....1 .57
Atlantic Es-___7 47 P.5M.
D. NEapres.... 5 40 Western Ea ... 200
G. 0R. Espress ...il 05 Chi. Nt. Es.0 0 2
O.W. RUGoLES, H. W. HAYES,
ft. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ana Arbor
a JLU5:
- NORTH MICHIGAN
RAILWAY.
NORTH SOUTH.
t' 73 .m 7:10 a. m.
*1:25 p. m. 1:30 a.m.
4:19p.m 8, :00 p.mW.
Aul trains daiiy except Sunday
*Trains run between Ann Arbor ad Toledo
yR. S. GREENWYOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress St., 7:10, :43
and 1:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:15 and
10:45 p.em.
Leave Ann Arbor JSanction, 7:40, 9:13 and
11:30 a. in.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:10, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
P. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress St.. 1:30,3:30,
:00, 0:30 and 0:00 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, :00, 4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m. "
Cars run on city time Parc: single trip 15
cents; round trip ticketo Li cots.
WM. P. PARKER, Supt.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
-AT-
JOLLY & CO'S.
Removed to 18 S. State St., Sager Block.
met ansd Cold Lunrhes at All Hours.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Money to lous oS personol property.
FALL GREETING.
Suiting to order $13.50 up;' Overcoats 10
orderdl31.50 up; Trouseris to order $3.7.
Cleaning, iDyeing, Preosisng and Repairing
a specialty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Merchant Tailor, 20 5. State St., Asn Arber
RANDALL
Phot ographer
15 Washington Block.
ANN ARBOR
STEAK LAUNDRY CO.
High Glsoss ansd Doestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
28 S. FOURTH AYE.
"FLAG PINS" AS USUAL.
Wi e 1l.: have a fine line
of imported
" STiBINS "
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Stsore.
JENNINGS, EAST LIBERTY ST
Hot Lunches,
Chocolates and
Home-made Candies.
Advertise Your Wants
in The Daily.

EVERY TUESDAY
Mr. A. E. Rose will he at the Cook House wvitlh a Choice
Line of Woolens from
THE GOLDEN EAGLE CO., DETROIT,
Flie Dressers it will pay you to see the line ansd compare
prices strictly first class work. Up-to-date styles.' Low-
est prices.

First Year Law Election.
The I'98 L class at its election of 'of-
floe repuotation of floe law clasles for
>lhoddinogft'eomost stormy 101n(5exc-iting
elections at college. Tic mneeting was
callod to ordler at 9:30O antd after' adopt-
11197 fle repoorts of theit' e ooooittees 00
ciredentials aond orgaonizaotions, noinsa-
t ions for claiss presidentf wore declarool
tin ordler. Thoere were thoree nonoiiono-
t ions, A0. H. liftnas, 'f. A. Herkibolc
afndo A. J1. W'eatfoerwax, re'preseniotng;
the 'east('rno, etsftern fa001 Michigaon
facftIios respoectively. Oiltho' first
coit P ittmnifledtlwithoYWeatherwaox
se-ond and0:1Berkifble floird. 1Baoloting
wsas carriedon 00enOtirely7 sectionalfines
ain 5as100 combiinations routltd be
effected floe restult. was loot choanged at.
223 o'tclock, when'itho' moeetinog'adjoalr~ci
uintil incxt Saturday of 9 (o'clock.
Law Notes.
'The laws' claosso's wsill ho' quizzedo tlis
swe'ok as follosws:
First yealrclaoss, P'ersona~l Property,
let-turt's 5 0o 8 inlsiven(, in.reos::1:.
NWaltor fDentfon:Sith:.
Secoindiyearrclaoss, IFixftures ando
l'is'Oelt'If, ion room 4 . 'T. 117. Itiigloes.
Ago-noy, begiiniig wsitho thoe subject: of
ratfication. anod incluisoiig Frida~y's bec-
finre, in roomo 10. 1aifter Doento~n
Somitho.
'ihlirod yeafr claoss, Eqitiy Jufrisporu-
denice', ictoures, 6 to 10 inclutsive, iii
roooo4. T,1. Hu' tighes.
The Sophomore Hop.
All porsoas odesirous of obstaiing
tickets to floe Sopomsore Hop ore re-
qufesteod to hoandf in thoeir naimoes to theo
inovitai1roomm~ittee. !Messrs. Norton,
Hughoes- and McCaindless, and fle 11u10-
her will be linoited to forty coupoles.
Studenot oneibers of floe Politic'al
Scienice Asocoiastioni caniogetthoe bisb-
. Ileitions, s thoey conoe out by caollinog
at roomo11, Tappans Hall. at 1 1a. 101.
on ally day exceptf Saturoday. Five
numsbers sire now ot and a sixtho,ode-
voted to city governmoenot, is psriaing.
Mlemobershoip, wihloinacluioes floe ptub-
lications, is oipen in all students -f $2
a year.
CHOARLES 2H. (200fEt.,
Treasurer.
WANTED-From twelve 1o fifteen
students to work on commission. Call
at 61 E. Horon st.
Lost.-Gentleman's open face gold
watch with fob. tReturo to Dr. It.
tStuart, Psi Upsilon House aod receive
reward. 35
subscribe for the Daly.

At the Grand Opera House.
'T'ecengageiso'ot ini this. city for
fthree lights sosoit'sio-issg tonighof.oat
fhe G2rano peoorat houise., of Sit~suiiolii,
flohe plaostoer'of1hypnsotismi, vililti-ove
ho' slot lauoghaboile and ol osert-liiog
peorformanie'ev-er see'o'instfle ftooeater.
Unde':'heiso' rllrs: of ouet'smants lis imops,
is iftswere, whiliinaittet'of lyp-
noosis, iliustraote' fle lisvisng realities aoof
sugtgfiois of li,,owns ominod. At Sans-
tzii~lli's 28 peorfoormnce'os i.Iefroi
near:ly72l),00 oadmoissfon t ickots 9w.eto
sool. IHo'lite'rally tflI sedl Oo'froif1110-
siodo'dossns:.isosolriolgg.allsorts of orit-
ioisso: fromooaol sorts of fopfl. Ilb'
conis::he1:1)'endorso'olby :0rncomittfo:'
of 75 of Deotroit's bost knlowno andol msost
souo-oesosfus lohsio'iaoos, and losthoof thoo
ceiogo'sof med'Oic-ineO, is thl E'st r-eaio
an moofsoot initolligent :osfer of ioylono-
015 0101f ha~s eorrgisve n pri' 'ic xibi-
tioons. A leansowhlose iloii.4ty of loor-
10o:80'ifoso sinee'that ho' faitfuolly
0-losrieso' ut :hlis eveory claimo.
ilo'slssylvailko's olo's-nsoloas a. roeoorod
of 384 poiofnts oo'ir oponoents 4, thois
so'ason., theo'Cica-:go Afhloetit 'lu'bibeho-
ing 0110'(9101 teanoolithat, loas'scOoreod
agafinlst thillo.
'heso'nsosoroscolass o~f th~e Usivorsify
of Miinnesotao hassaopteifod the' 01calliold
goowis by a a liniiooos soo'e. 'i'esllii-
seorsify of Wisroosiso is also a'ooscilor-
NOTHING LIKJ1 LL f'170THE OHIO
CENTRAL IMILEAGER TICK~l.
C>overosomore msieage thaonassy ticket
iso 0tle imalrket. Tihe onlly hook goodl
on eut ire H. & 0. systemo west of
Pttsburgho. 10 also isncluds's the Big
4 systemi. (let it Iasnl lhave ausever
ready ticket os-er all ismportant lines.
P'rice $20.08; good one year. Apply
:00 Ohio Cents-al Agents, or aoddress
Moulton Hoiuk, (G. P. A., Toledo, 0.
F:or Stusdents-P'atenot revolving hook
cses, best snake sod good patterns.
Losv prices at MAtRTIN HSALfER'S.
Wanteod-A swellacced'ted yonlg
10m0a ntoplaoy lionpiasno (simple muosic)
thoree ihoursitsseek for lhis roomosrenit.
Heaf and light furishled. 45 tWoshise-
nasv ave.
Lnst-Twvo (Gammsa Phi Mets stick
pins and an Annapolis loaf pin. Finder
wvill please retusrn to Stewvard's office.
Wanted-Stndenot to sot as steward,
('all at No. 7 E. University ave. Miss
M. Browns. 34
Single room and hoard to beheads at
No. 17 S. State st. Osnly thsree doors
from eamopus. Heat slid light fur-
niosoetd.
Leather chairs slnd couches for libra-
ries and fratersnity hoouses in the larg-
cot assortmnent. Prices very low, at
.MARtTIN IIALLERIS.
Rentschler,
photographer,
ARM ARBOR. MICH.

OHIia BL 33
T. O. &C.By. K. &M.RBy.
Sofid th~roogho trains btwren Tldo, EsOlo.m
and t:orlcstos, W. Va.,sia Colunbus, isae
short and only direct rout.
Toledo, 0.
Findlay, .
Kenton, .
Colsmbus, .
Athens, .
Middleport, .
Foolery, .
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Vi..
Williamsburg, Va..
Newport News, Va.
Norfork, Va.
And ol sootoheaster-w points. Elegait
drawing room coars on all through tasn.
Por further information cll ot yor lca
Ticket Act or swrite.
M0 60NTON 00, Ocol PCoo. Ag.
Tledo. 0
W., A. PETERS, Sicigan lass. Agent.
lntroit. Mih.
sThe modern stand-
Sard Family Medi-
cine: Cures the
wcommon every-day
ills of humanity.
NEW MVACHINE SHOP'
ANDREW HUNTER, . liberty at.
Bicycles Repaired or Rentod.
Dental Instrumients Repaired.
W/e Don't Guarantee
to give you ass art spplemet
wills tfe U. of M. Daily every
day in the week, and we do not
otter any fortyeight page edi-
tionIs at our present rate of $2.50 a
year. We aim to give a thor-
oughly representative, up-to-
date University newspaper, cov-
ering all departments ot the
University and all bloc student
organizations.
Wie Do Guarantee
regular delivery of the Daily at
your door uuntil fle end of the
college year, furnishing you
prompt, accurate and complete
reports of University Evess
faculty and alass notices, a bul-
letin of the dates of athletic
games, entertainunents, t.-the
news of your own and the oher
departments ins suds a maunner
as to enable you to keep posted
regarding everything halppeinig
or pertaiuing to the University
There's no Contradicion
to the fact that the U. of Xs.
Daily is the only paper which
can make you this offer. It toss
no competituor. If you feel ay
interest in the University you
wvill receive msore than your
money's worth from your sub-
Scrition before the end of the
football season.

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