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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-06

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MIHIGAN CE_[_L
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894.
EAST. WEST.
P. M. AM
Mailland Ex..- 35 Maili.... .843
N. Y. Special.... 5 t0 N. Y. Specal 7 3
Eastern E..-.1511 N. S. LImited._. 5 25
AM, Pacific Ex-11 57
Atlantic Ex......7 47 P. M.
0. NEaprens.... 5 40 Western Es-..2 00
G. R.Express _.11 05 Chi. Nt. Es-10 28
GREx._ 5 5
O. W. RUOGOLES, H. W. HAVES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor?
NORTH MICHIGAN
RAILWAY.
NORTH. sOUTH.
7:37 a. m. *7:10a. m.
1:5P, m. I 11:30a. m.
W ;I 41P.m. 9:00P. M.
All trains daly except Sunday
sTrains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
denly. R.S.GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave YpsilLnt from Congresst., 7:10.8:45
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:15 and
0045 p. m._
Lve AnIA Arbor Junction, 7:40, 9:15 and
1:0 a. m.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congressat.,1:.;3:30,
:0q0:30 ad 9:00y.m
Leave Ann Aror Junction, 2:00,4:00,5:30,
7a0and 9:30 p. m
Ca run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 11 cents.
Wa. F. PAKE, Spt.
SILK FLAGS m-
For the Minnesota oame at Detroit.
Lease orders with -.
JOLLY & CO'S.
20S.StateSt.,SagerBlock.
Hot and Cold Luch.s at All Hours.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES.
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Money to loan on personal property.
RANDALL
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
26OO &CO 3. STATE
S 9 T P STREET. + +
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
"FLAG PINV" AS USUAL.
We also have a fne line
of Imported
"STEBINS"
WMt ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Store.
HANGSTERFER, .Ws~g
ton 51.
NEW XACHINE SHOP
ANDREW HUNER, 9 E. Liberty st.
Bicycles Repaired or Rented.
Dental Instruments Repaired.
Request
Readers of the Daily will con-
fer a favor on the Editors by men-
tioning this paper whon dealing
with advertisers.

EVERY TUESDAY
Mr. A. E. Rose will be at the Cook House with a Choice
Line of Woolens from
THE GOLDEN EAGLE COI. DETROIT,
Fine Dressers it will pay you to see the line and compare
prices strictly first class work. Up-to-date styles. Low-
est prices.

T. O. & C. Ry. K. & M. Ry.
Solid through trains between Toledo, Ohio,
and Charleston, W. Va., via Columbus, the
short and only direct route do
Toledo,0.
Findlay,-O.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, O.
Athens, O.
Middleport O
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, VA;
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfork, Va.
And all southeastern points. Elegant
drawing room cars on all through trains.
For further information call on your local
Ticket Agent or write,
MOULTON HOUK, Gen'] Pass. Agt.,
Toledo, 0,
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pass. Agentoi ,ih
Detroit,.Mlch.

THE INLAND LEAGUE.
Complete List of Attractions in the
Course.
The Inland League has now com-
pleted its series for the present season.
The Daily published a partlial list of
the attractions a few days ago. The
following -s the series as finally as-
ranged:
Dec. 12.-Concert under the direction
of Prof. Francis D. York, of Detroit,
assisted by Miss Jessie Corlette, so-
prano; Mr. Herman Breuckner, vio-
linisit, and MMr. Alfred Hoffman, cell-
ist. The above are some of Detroit's
finest and best known musicans, aind
a fine concert is assured.
Jan. 11.-Ladies' Evening under the
direction of Prof. Frederick H. Pease,
of Ypsilanti, assisted by Misses Louise
George, Rena Buell, Bernice Knapp,
Ada Benedict, Miss Marie Dickinson,
pianist; Miss Abbie Owen, violinist;
tiss Marie (areisen, soprano.
1Jan. 31.-'Music in Public Srlhool
Work. In charge of Miss Lucy K.
(ole, director of music Ann Arbor
public schools, assisted by Mrs. Einl-
is E. T'Thomas, of the Detroit Con-
servatory, and director of music De-
1roil public schools.
Feb. I--Lecture. Mr. S. 1'. Orth.
Mr. Orth was botanist for the Cook'
Expedition to Greenland in 18-4, and
his lecture illustrated by stereopticon
views will be a description of that
expedition and what it accomplished.
March 1.-Tlhe Heberlein Concert
Co. Herman Heberlein, 'cellist; hiss
Anna Gillies, soprano; Miss Ruth Hey-
man, pianist. It is no exaggeration to
stafte that there was never a concert
given in Ann Arbor which pleased the
audience more than that given il
"he Inland League course by this toin-
pany last year. Herr Heberlein is
known as one of the finest, if not the
finest, 'cellists west of New York city.
This concert is alone worth more than
the price of the entire season ticket.
March 25.-Lecture. Rev. H. L.
Wiiliett, subject, The New Conin-
ents." It is with pleasure we are en-
able to announce a lecture by him,
which announcement alone is sufficient
to fill the Church of Christ on the
above date.
Single admission tickets to the Heb-
erlein Concert Co., 35 cents. To all
all others 25 cents. Season tickets
admitting to the entire course have
been placed at 50 cents, one-half of
the price of previous years. No one
can afford to miss buying a season
ticket to this excellent course when

the price has been placed at such a
low suni. Tickets for sale at Wahr's
Bookstores, Palmer's drug store, and
the Ann Arbor Organ Co.
What Oberlin Says,
The Oberlin Review for December,
says that there is no doubt in tht.
middle west, except perhaps in Cleve-
land, that the footbal cllampionship
belongs to Michigan. Purdue is given
second place and Minnsloeta third.
Oberlin ciaims the championship of
Ohio.
Portal C ement, a.Monograph by
C. D. Jameson, C. E., Mem. Am. C. E.,
formerly professor of Civil Ingineor.
ing in the State University of Iowa.
Treats of different tests of cements, a
reliable authority for all civil en-
gineers, 162 pages, paper bound, 72
illustrations. Price $1 pw paid. For
sale only by the Republican Printinog
Co., Iowa City, Iowa.
TICKETS TO CHORAL UNION.
Hereafter in the Choral Union con-
certs people will be obliged to show
their tickets at the bottom of the hall
stairs before they assend, but tickets
will not be taken untii the doors are
reached that admit to the hall.
J. G. WINE.
Guitar for Sale.--A Grand Concert
Washburn Guitar for sale cheap. For
further particulars apply at the Hub,
3 and 5 E. Washington st.
Musical.--P. 'teinbaur, Xi Psi Phi,
'9S D, teacher of Banjeau, Mandolin
and Guitar. Ann Arbor Organ Co.
Res. 7 Volland st. 40-minute lessons
50 ets., 6O-minute lessons 75 ets.
One suite and one single room, fur-
nished, light and bath; $2 and $1.25
per week-20 S. Ingalls st. 58
Course I(in Latin writing) will be
given Tuesday and Thursday at 1
o'clock instead of at 11.
Wanted--Another steward. Apply
to Mrs. H. C. Eames, 7 N. State st.
Wanted-Somueone to play for danc-
ing a half hour a day in exchange for
use of piano. 45 Washtenaw ave.
MACKINTOSHES.
We have secured the agency for
"The Royal" Mackintosh Coats. If
you need a mackintosh ask us to show
you our stock, they are splendid coats
and will not cost you anything to see
them. Wahr's University Bookstore,
20 S. State st:, Ann Arbor Mich.
NOTHING LIKE IT! THE OHIO
CENTRAL MILEAGE TICKET.
Covers more mileage than any ticket
in the market. The only book good
on entire B. & O. system west of
Pittsburgh. It also includes the Big
4 system. Get It and have an ever
ready ticket over all important lines.
Price $20.00; good one year. Apply
to Ohio Central Agents, or address
Moulton Houk, G. P. A., Toledo, O.

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