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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN CENTl L
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
Malland Ex...3 50 Maill-_______843
N. Y. Special---. 5 00 N. Y. Special---. 7 15
Eastern Ex---10 12 N. S. Limited.-. 9 25
A. M. Pacific Ex --- 157
Atlantic Na.__7 47 P. M.
D.N. Express---. 5 40 Western Na.---20
G. R. Expres ..11 05 Chi. Nt. Na.5-- 0 28
0. W. RUoGLES, 1H. W. HlAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt.. Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
_1.0 UU

EVERY TUESDAY

0810 CENTPAL LINES

Mr. A. E. Rose will lie at the Cookl;iotuse with at Choice L .MV y L x u y
Scuid through trains between Toledo, Ohio,
Line of WToolens from acid (heelesisen, X. Va., via Cclumbos, the
short and only direct rolte.

THE GOLDEN EAGLE CO., DETROIT.
Fine Dressers it wtill pay yotu to see the line and compare
prices strictly first class work. "Up-to-daite styles. Low-
est prices.

a 'l C .... W

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II

>> NORTH MICHIGAN j
RAILWAY. ;-
NORTH. SOUTH.,
Lr 7:7am. *:15 a.m.
*1:5p. m. 11:3 a. m.
4:15 p. m,90 p. M.
All trains daily except Sunday
*Trains run beteen Ann Arbor and Toledo
only.
R. S. GIREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G9. P. A. Toledo 0.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, BY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Cjongress st., 7:10, 8:45
and 11:0a. m.; 12:45,2:11,5:00, 6:45, 9:15 and
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:40, 9:15 and
11:30 a. in.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:19
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressnst.,l:a0, 3:30,
:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction,l:0, 4-.00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars ran on city time Pare: single trip 15
centa; round trip tichets 25 cents.
WM. P. PARKERo, Supt.
SILK FLAGS---
Poe the Mlinnesota Game at Detroit.
Leave orders with...
.JOLLY & CO'S.
20 S. Slate St., Sager Bhock.
met and Cold Lunch, s at ASSll Hous.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket f Brokers.
Money to loan on persosal property.
FALL -GREETING.
Salting; to order 413.50 up: Overcoats ts
ordler $13.0aup; Trousersings to order $3t.75
Cleaning. Dyeing, Pressing and Rlepairing
a npecialty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Mershant Tailor, 20 S. tate st., Asnn Arbor.
RAN DALL
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
ANN4 ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Glens a.na Domestic iilsh.
E. S. SERVISS; Manager,
223 S. FOURTH AVE.'
;'"FLAG PINS" AS USUAL.
We also have a hine line
.of imported
"S'rIEINS"v,
WMt ARNQLD'Sp
Jewrelry Stosre.
JENNIGS'iEAST LIBERTY ST.
11ot Lunches,
Chocolates and
HomeĀ°-made Candit s.
4d& ertise Your Wants
in The Daily.

Cannot Elect. A Journal of Ge.ology.
Tilt'electioni of 11117 first 91e1'rliw lie1,hs'.lilrl lof (Geology is a seii-
class is still unisettledl. At thleir second quaiirterly ma1gazine sdevoted 1o0hIi II-
mieetllyStiia ~oling c tlllf r les)s of geuology anid allied sciences.
Toovoluinies of about 700 paiges each
(be purol'sse of electing their class haing a111eady becen issuled. Thle
president, bailloting swas cardedl 00 thud(1 , sill 1bo)t11,000pages will
f10111 i 111111 12 o'clock wvithout ethier close soil-li tile ciirre'nt yeair. Vol. IV.
of the canidalllltes receliig a mai~jority. will begiin wiih.Jinuariy, 15(96.
At the close of ills: mlcinlg lie week Amlong the 111:119contiribiuitors t:
thits journahll is P'rofesso~r I. C. Itissell,
before the polsitioni of 1111 thre e cain- of 0111'Univerlsity if Slicligan, wilo
didates. were'is follows: tPittm11a11, ha:s writteni tiie'followinig papes:
canididate of easternfaictionl, frst; 'lTe 9l allsinli (l,tcie'c t'ol. 1,' No. I,
XWellerwssi, M~ichigan catndida:te, sic- 'l03);(Geological History o~f thei'Lauren-
onid; Blerkible, western candoidato, titri.IBasin (Vtl. 1, No. -, '91; The III-
third. ''is' 1)111y chanilge 111i:ili'Silsis- tise*_ .te if iDebrisoii tile Flow if
daiyoils tat Iterkible gaiined second (71:iciers (Vol. 111, No. 7, '5
plaie. '~T'eetinlg oc1a sd~lslrled ('lii:'subscriptiontpicte is placed lit

Toledo) 0.
Findlay, 0.
Renton, 0.
Colunmbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
4 Middleport, 0.
Pomiery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
j Petersburg, Va..
Old Point Comfort, Vma-
Williamnburg, Va.
Newport News, Va..
Norfork, Va.
Asd all essutheastern:poits . Plegant,
drawing rosin ears on a:11 throusgh trains.
For furtherlinformationi call oin your loca b
Ticket.Agent or write,
MOULTON IlOIJf, GeliPaso. Agt..
Ts:olo, O:
NV1. A. PETERIS, Michigan Pass. Ares:t,
Detrsit, Mich.

unitil Saturdaly, De.. 1 ndbefore.t111110
timie it is probaible tha~t somle colli-
bioation il sl be effected.
Chicago Redeems Herself.
('hiceago 11117' be Saiid los have '1')-
00011(1 herself into thi tire) i ailk :of
Westerin foolbill teamns Satiliiiby1)
defeatinig Noi tiocesleris.it :lniioi,
6-0. The 11111amswere reinalrlialy9well
advaysntaige Iln weight 11111010)111iilost,
still lie laiter' elevec ol e011 'ein toIs
havs' ieen soilowllat the be(tter.
In thie first. half neithio'r side "'co"red,
bt. Northwsestern inever. goit lie bAll
11110 Chicago's territors' afte'r tih' kick
off. Ill the sesond. half fiigo -got
thie lrst toslecldowlo but faiiled to kiok
a, goal. A 1)001e latte'r Northwsesteta
wsoforced to ikick wieliellearher 5)011
goal. The 1111110was blocked,.landl a
Nortwestern iiaii fell oinit illtile owni
goal, miaking a saifety.
The Delta Chi Party.
Thno Delta Chi fraitt'inity gave its
lirst hossoParty of the seasoin 1ast
Friday night) at its house' corner of
State andi 11l11sts., Mrs. Harry 1B.
Ilhttcii~s 511(1-Mrs. B. 91. Thonmpson
chiaperoined the party andtI dancinig was
the order of the evenig, the mussic
bein~g furnlishe~d by the Chle qusineiogon
orchestra. The house was very artis-
ticlly decoraiteod wi-thpallls 11nd 119-
sun iosisolis by Cotusins & Hall1, flor-
ists. T'le elskerilig was in, chalrge of
Hanilgsterfer.
I have a splendid line of Parlor
Furniture, loss priced, niediulni ansi of
the finer grades, which I offer at
epecial losw figuires, as I wishi to make1c
roonm for niy large stock of Chlristmlas
Gxoods, If you need a11ce Sofa,
Rocker, Aro chair, Couch, Fanicy
chair, or a complete suite do Slot miis
this opportunity. Respectfully,
MAtRTIN HALLER.-
HUINTERS' RAT)'.S.
Agents of Ohio Central Lines are
selling Shuters' Tickets to all points
i the [utotngterritory at hIunters'
rates. See Ohio Central Agents. 1692

tbll if thei'prt'viouls issules c111 lie suip-
pllied to comlete sets. All renit-
tances shldbt.tmto-oto Iieicordeir of
tht iversity of('hicago,('ic'ago,
Ii.
Saturday's Football Comes.
Minneisotal, 11; 'itis'con Sin, 10.
('lhi -ago),t; Nortliseli, 0.
La:ke'Forest, 2)6;lWsatsh, 0.
4.
Datmioutthi,It0;W'illiamss, 5.
1%als:ls, it; Nt'ti 1101:,,4.
W~est.lPoint, 16; Ifon, (0.
Oltivet-, 22; Alionl, 2.
Virgitii, G; Vaniderit, 4.
('etert, 1s; Ohio t., 0
Obterlinl, 12; Atdelbert, 0.
THIANKSG2IVING XA('A'lON
For(itihove rt'cess tihe Ann. Arbore
Ralilroad w sill s(11 tickets to students
caites, at out' ind onel-thirtd fare for the
rtoundo trip, giood goDitg Nov. 27 anid 2
wsitlihlimit utitil Dele. 2. Tickets still
be sold to all 1po11115inII Michigan atind
to sall1points 011iltlie 0sof 01u1'Tole'do
coulnections, swithina the Central 'Traffic
Associationi.
R. S. GI1,EN NOOD, Agent.
RAVE CWME1, a consigloalelit of the
latest 1U. of Mt. yellow 'anid blue ilaigs
lall buttonls. lHALI.l'S . JEW'LRYX
STIOIE.
'10 DANCE, WELL.
Now is 11:e tillet to join the classes in
danicing at Granger's Aeadenip. Oiee,
rosidenlce allotadiemly(6 Maynardl st.
SHAVE COM.\E, a consignsment of the
latest TU. of 92. yellowv 1111(1lute flags
and buttons. .IIALLEII'S fI'Vlii.LR
S'TORE.
For students 1 hase the best assort-
mnt of re'volvinlg and study chatrs.
Special loss' prices woill tse quioted. Call
and see thaem. MARTIN HALLER.
Single room and -board to be had at
No. 17 S. Starve st. Only three doora
from campue. Heat; and light fur-
nished.

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The modern stand-
ard Family Medi-
cine : Cures the
common every-day
ills of humanity.

lull tha SE
NEW MACHINE SHOP
ANDREW HUR, 5910. JLiberty st.
Bicycles Rf paired tir Rented.
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oughily representative, np-to-
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University and all the student
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college year, furnishilng you
prompt, accurate uaid comupile
reports of University events
faculty attd class notices, a bul-
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news of your own and theotoiler
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as to enablo yon to kiep posted
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Daily is the only paper which
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