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February 15, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-02-15

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TIM, t, O M. DAILY,

Time Table (Revised) Nov. 24 1895.
EAsT. WEST.
P. M. A. M5
Mailand Ex----350 Mail_-_---..-----_ 828
N. Y. Special---- 5 00 N. Y. Speci0l.--- 7 30
Eastern Ex-----10 12 N. 8. Limited.--- 9 25
..5.P.M.
Atlantic Ex.-- 7 3) Pacific Ex-------12 1
0.NExpress.--.5 0 sO Western Ex-__2 00
0. R. Expreso .ii 05 Chi. Nt. Ex- 1 28
GR tEx--- 5 57
O. W. RUGEsES, . W. HAvES,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor

SKATES, KNIVES AND RAZORS
Having Dur hased the full line of shibl e skates, knives and razors from Henry
Sears & Son at a discount of50 per cent, we now offer them at the santi discount
JusT1 ONB"HAL-,F OFR1Z
A good pair of skates worth 70c, now 35c. A nice pocket knife at from 8c to 35c.
A good razor at 50c, others 5c, $1.00, and $1.9.
Mv6,CE & COPANY, Furn.tu.e.
56, 58 and 60 8. Main St. 'Phone 164.

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RAILROAD.
Time Table, Jan. 1i, 1896.
NORT. SOTH.
7:22a.4m. 7:40 a.m.
12:20 p. m. 11:40 a.m.
4:15 p. m, 9:21 p.m.
All trains daily except Sunday
sTrains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo
only. BN R. . GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H. BENNETT G. . A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:10.8:45
and 11:00a.m.; 12:45,2;15,5:00, 6:45, 9:15 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, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00,4:00,5:30,
7:00 and 9:30 p m.
Cars rn oh city time Fare: single trip155
cents: round trip tickets 25 cents.
W. F. PAKE, Supt.
ST UDENTS T
If you want good reliable life insurance call
on Fred T McOmaer, office No.1, .
Fourth ave.
NEW MACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS., 9 E. LIBERTY ST.
Skates Concaved.
Experimental Work.
RENTSCHLER,
PH:OT3CRAPHEZR
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
-AT---.
JOLLY & O'oS.
20OS. State St., Sager Block.
Large Line of Fine Pipes, Tobaccos and
Cigars.
RANDALL
photographer
15 Washington Block.
TOE W o11 2 S. STATE
TOO? & CD _STREET. +
call on them for
Fine Lsnche,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
COTRELL & LEONARD,
Albany, N. Y.,
Makers of
Caps Gowns
for Yle'96,Harvard
'96, Princeton '96 and
may we not add Michigan '96?

OUR NEW SPRING SAMPLES
Have arrived. The largest and finest assortment ever shown in Ann Arbor. Suits
from $14 to -W. Pants from $4 to $12.
We know that we can please you and 'twill please you to look at our samples before
buying siring furnishings.
F. J. Glen, The State St. Tailor,
20S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MIC..

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AT THE GRAND OPERA hOUSE.
Hoyt's "A Bunch of Keys" polished
up to date will be presented ait the
Grasnd opera house, Februanry 19.
Nearly everyone is familiar with Ite
very funny hotel scene, with the two
upstairs rooms, and the queer scrapes
wich Sni aggs, the legal gentleman
who thinks he can run a hotel, gets
into as much as one would laugh it
any miner enbarrassment of an old
acquaintance. The songs, dances, iu-
Sic and medleys, whilch form no small
aimout of the entertainment, are all
entirely new. The company is the
strongest thalt ever presented this ra,t-
tig satire and headed by Ada Both-
nor, as Teddy.
"Oharley's Aunt" which is shortly
to be seen in this city at the Grand
opera house, February 21, is said to
have made fortunes for almost every-
body concerned in its production, in-
cluding the author, Brandon Thomas.
and comedian, I. H. Penley, whe
played the principal part in London.
Manager Charles Fronan's own
profits from the New York, Chicago
and Boston runs of the piece are un-
derstood to have exceeded $250,000.
The original company will appear in
this city.
16,000 MILES.
Always a leader, the Ohio Central
Lines mileage ticket, with latest addi-
tions is the best. Covering- the Big
Four, B. & O., C., H. & D., Ohio Cen-
tral and innumerable other systems, it
is the favorite Travelers' Companion.
LAW 'BOOKS FOR SALE.
For sale cheap, 17 vols. Western Re-
porter; 14 vols. Lawyer's Reports an-
notated; 7 vols. United States Digest,
and several text-books. Apply or ad
dress 1S S. Thayer st.
STU DENTS.
Take your Kodak Work to
EHYMAK, THE PHOTOGR8APHER,
Satisfaction guaranteed. 6 E. Huron st.
HANGSTER R, 2CATERER,
Lono-DAviS MAcHINE TOOL Co.,
Cincinnati, 0:
I cast my vote for the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., in the con-
test for the 81.500 lathe, which youoffer
to present on March, 1, 1896, to the techni-
cal school receiving the greatest number
of votes.
Yoters Full Name--------- .---------
Street No----------------------------
City---------.---- --State-------------
{Voters must be at least fifteen years
old. Ladies cannot vote but ;may aid in
securing votes.-

Notice to Study Clubs.
The State Librarian requests that ad
study clubs, working in the state of
Michigan, send to the state library
written or printed programs of their
work and, if possible, a short history
of their origin, object and condition.
This request applies to Mli associa-.
tions in the cities and small towns,
farmers' clubs, grange reading circles
and independent organikations.
The object is to gather statistics of
clubs organized for systematic study;
to bring thei into closer and more
sympathetic contact with each other
and with the state library, and to
put at their disposal the various helps
provIded by the new library law.
Tho information which, it 'is hoped,
will be sent in will be arranged and
issued as a bulletin from the state
libo-y and all clubs complying with
this request shall be registered in this
department. Al. C. SPENCEr,
Librartan.
The Dear
Girt"".---
knows that When a box
of candy is from Cal-
kins' that the young
man is particular to
bring her only the
best.
Every piece. of ours
is good. There is no
cheap ones mixed in to
lessen the cost.
CALKINS' PHARMACY,
R -P-A"N-S
LI-
The modern stand-
- llard Family Medi-
cine: Cur the
common every-day
ills of humanity.
TRD
ZI..eo
m1

Imrortat Aoocmet
s1udcns 1ectvre Assoiation
Note the following changes in
dates:
MAX O'BELLIurnorist,
IN UNIVERSITY HALL,
SATURDAY, FEB. 15TH
Subject-"American Society
Up to Date."
Admission 50 Cents.
HON. HENRY WATTERSON,
MARCH 4.
These changes have been made
necessary by the fact that Max
O'Rell sails for Europe early in
April.
Tickets for Max O'Rell's lecture
now on sale at Palmer's Drug
Store,and Sheehan's, State St.,
Moore & Wetmore's, Main St.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $4 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
THE KINDERBARDEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
MONEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
Wholesale Cigars, Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
This Old Reliable
PERFECTION
STUDENT LAMP
Has never been equal- -
ed for reading, sewing
and- office purposes.
The burner beisgSp-
aratod Irom the oil
fosnt. it is absoutely .
safe under all circum-
stances. If your dea-
er dses not keep them,
upon receint oh $3.59
this elegant Nickel-
Piated Lamp, imclud-
ahade and chimney,
waiI be sent to any address by the sole manu-
fscturers, Manhatan rass C, 528 E. 2th
St N. Y.
T O. & C. Ry. K. & M. Ry.
soid through trains between Toledo, Ohio
and Charleston, W. Va., via Columbus, the
short and only direct route.
Findlay,tO.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0.
Athens, O.
Middleport, O.
Ponery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
ewPort News, Va.
Norfork, Va.
And all southeastern points. Elegant
drwig room cars snail through trainsa
Fr further informationall on your lca
Ticket Agent or write,
MOULTON HOUK, Gen'i Pass.Ag.,
Toledo, 0.
W.'A. PETERS, Michigan Pass. Agent,
Detroit, Mich

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