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December 11, 1895 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MIGHIGAN fJENTRAL
Time Table (Revised) May 19, I894.
EAST. WEST.
Mail and Ex..... 350 Mail - 8--- 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--.11 57
Atlantic Ex.-. 7 47 P. M.
D. N. Express---- 5 40 Western Ex. 2 00
G. R. Express ...11 05 Chi. Nt. Ex.--10 2
G. R.Ex._---5 57
O. W. RUOGLES, H. W. HAYES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Dec. 8, 1895.
NORTH. SOUTH.
737 a.m. *740a. m.
*12:25 p. m. 11:30 a. m.
4:15 p. m, 9:00 p. m.
All trains daily except Sunday
*Trains ran between Ann Arbor atd Toledo
ol. R. S. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo .0
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY,
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress St., 7:10. 8:45
and 11:00 a. in.: 12:45,2:15,5:00, 0:45, 9:13 and
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:40, 9:15 and
11:30 a. m.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15
p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st.,1:30, 3:30,
:00, 0:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00, 5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WM. F. PARKER, Supt.
SILK FLAGS-- --
For the Minnesota Game at Detroit.
Leave orders with . . .
JOLLY & CO's.
20 S. State St., Sager Block.
Hot and Cold Lunches at All Hours.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
WHOLESALE CIGARS
TOBACCOS AND CIGARETTES,
Railroad + Ticket + Brokers.
Money to loan on personal property.
RANDALL
Photogr apher
15 Washington Block.
TOOPSTREET. ++
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
"FLAG PINE" AS USUAL.
We also have a fine line
of imported
"ST'BINS "
WM ARNOLD'S
Jewery Store.
HANGSTERFER, CATERER,
20E. Washing.
H A ton stI.
NEW MACHINE SHOP
ANDREW HUNTER, 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 when dealing
with advertisers.

VEY TUESDAY
Mr. A. E. Rose will be at the Cook Ho se with a Choice
Line of Woolens from
THE GOLDEN EAGLE COIJ 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.
Never Known Before.
Such a sale as we will start Saturday, Der. 14th, was never known before in the shoe
bnsiness at th~is time of th~e year.
Our entire stock (nothing reserved) will be oltered at reduced price until Dec. 28th.
Nothing Will Be Charged During this Sale.
We must have cash for everythiug. We assure you we are not having this sale for pleasure,
it is simply a matter of business. It's certainly not pleasure to sell such goods at reduction
in price, especially when goods are said to be advancing at the factories, but we have said
it and they must go.
JACOBS & ALLMAND.
DEALERS IN FINE SHOES,
"Little Store Around the Corner." Washington Bik, Washington St.

T. O. &dC.Ry. K. & M.Ry.
Solid through trins between Toledo, Ohio,
and Charlesion, W. Va., via Columbus, the
short and only direct route.4:
Toledo, O.
Findlay,- O.
Renton, 0.
Columbus, O.
Athens, O.
Xiddleport, O.
Pomery, O.
Pt. Plensant, 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 fnrther information call on your local
Tickset Agent or write,
MOULTON HOOK, Gen'l Pass. Act.,
Toledo, O.
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Pass.Agent,
Detroit, Mich

At the Grand Opera House.
Tomorrow evening will witness the
production at the Grand opera Douse
of DeMille and Balasco's society com-
edy drama "The Wife." This play
created a profound sensation in Ness
York about five years ago when it
was prOduced at the Lyceum Theatre
and enjoyed the, remnaikabe run of
it)0 nights and eqally prosperous en-
gagement in Chicago, Boston and Phil-
adelphia. Too nu:tch praise cannot be
given the maniagement of the Grand
Opera House for the enterprise in git-
(e.g the Ann Arbor theatergoers this
opportunity of witnessing on' of the
greatest plays on the American s sage
today. Mr. iFrohinan's splendid ag-
gregation of talent needs no extended
mention at this time. "i'he Wife" is
a many sided play full of life, pl.thos
and humor, and illustrates tie wea.k-
nESses and foibles of human nature in
a vivid and intensenannier.
On Friday evening the well known
and highly appreciated Guy Bros.'
Mins)trels will appear at the Grand
opeia house. The 1eterboro (Ot.)
Times speaking of their appearance
in that city on Oct. 11th, 1805, says:
"Standing room only was to be ob-
tained at the opera house at 8 o'clock
last night, $vhen, tile popular Guy
Bros.' .Xistlrels held down the boards.
The aggreg*ation this year is better
than ever, and the performance was
ndoubtedly tthe best ever given in
Peterborough. The jokes and tile
songs'were new, the specialties were
very fine, while the solo, quartet and
chorus singing was much better than
ever before. The orchestra selections,
particularly the dtacriptite overture,
'A day at the Circus,' called forth n:
great appreciation. The company gave
evidence of great change and great
improvement, and the audience last
niglt was kept in contitunal good
humor. Especial mention Is deserved
by Hughey McVey, whose club and
stick manipuhttions were wonderful,
and also the clever work of the female
personators, Billy Lyons and J. J.

Herbert. It -s safe to say that Guy
Bros.' Minstrels will con:tinue to fill
the opera house evejy time they play
here."
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 spendid 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 Honk, G. I'. A., Toledo, - 0.
Student members of the Political
Science Association can get the pub-
lications as they come out by calling
at room11, Tappan Hall, at 11 a. m.
on any day except Saturday. Five
numbers are now out and a sixth, de-
voted to city government, is printing.
Membership, which includes the pub-
lications, is open to all students ft $1
a year.
CHARLES tH. COOLEY,
Treasurer.
16,000 MILES.
Always a leader, the Ohio Central
Lines mileage ticket, with latest addi-
tions is the best. Covering the Big
Four, B. & 0., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen-
tral and innumerable other systems, it
is the favorite Travelers 'Companion.
Single room and board to be had at
No. 17 S. State st. Only three doors
fron campus. Heat and light fur
nished.
Guitar for Sale.-A Grand Concert
Washburn Guitar for sale cheap. For
further particulars apply at the Hub,
3 and 5 E. Washington st.
Course I(in Latin writing) will be1
given Tuesday and Thursday at 1
o'clock instead of at h1.
Wanted-Someone to play for danc-
ing a half hour a day in exchange for'
use of piano. 45 Washtenaw ave.
For Rent-Front suite, heat and
bath. Board if desired. 37 Forest.
Try the celebrated Swan Linen
Paper. 56

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