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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MICHIGAN CET We Are Looking for a Main
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 24 1895.
EAST. WEST. who (-an sugrgest an improvement any where in the con-
P. M. A. Si struction or lilies of the
Mail and Ex -350 Maili---------8
N. Y. Speciai___ 5 00 NY S.Spmieial 7 30
Eastern Ex---10 12 N. S. LImited... 59 25 IV ER JOH SO.EE S
Atlantic Ex -7 30 Pacific Ex--.--12 15
. N. Express.... 5 40 western Exa-2 00 S;inipales of them and of other good wheels at our sales-
G:. R. Eapres .11 05 Chi. Nt. Ex---.10 18 rooms.
0. W. RUnGuLES, H. W. HiAYES, ! O P.~ Y
G. P. & T. Act.. Chicago. Agt., Aae Arbor 56, 58 and 60 S. Main St. 'Phone 164.
i- /N AB, OUR NEBW SPRING SAMPLES
I-Have asit-rd. hlris) adcfinibest assotmenctevr showno In Ano Arbor. Soito
we ksow that wecan le iasc you sod'tw ilileasetyotsto loopkat our -samplesbefore
- buing, srigortscoosis.
RAILROAD.~ F. J. Glen, The State St. Tailor,
T ime Table, gran. 12, 1896. 20 S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
7:22 a. m. *7:40 a. m. ________________________________________
*12:0 p. m. 11:6 a. m.y
4:15 p. m. 9:21 p. M,. Society Programs. cs -iou, affirmative, C. E. White, nega-1
All trains daily except SundayfieA. tic;dbe,"esld Ta
*Trains run betweess Ass Arbor and Toledo The Philologicasl Socity will meet fvA ie eis,"Qu~s,[it
only. tr.GEc~vsstAgn iaide uoions airlibad ii nprinsipsslesn
R.S REWOAetti lei; nRo +. nvriyW. H. HENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O. Slceranict1iceto, Unvesi irmtnive, Mr. IBlock and
Ihall, at 7::(14 lsarp). Tiht folltiwing sit : -Mr. Ewing, negative-, ?Mr. (iiatliiai
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY, thlae festiures of thliesoeinig: sniti Mr. Sutiit; citir's repiort.
_____"As though" equails "as if,' NOTIIE.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895. IDidn't in-, iougi? . ..Prof. Scot Alrmiae a it t rc
Leave Ypsilanti from Congrest st., 7-10,0:45 sliiltfsoe tro iti. 'eanitit ,art etitit-sedti o riport to ilt,
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45,2:15,5:00, 6:d5, 9:15 and sandl perf. subj. in TI:iin . Prof. iRolfe a s yii~ttiiii~dyti tt
10:45 p. m. a h 4ma~i n a hswe
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:40, 9:15 snd 51
11:10 a. in.; 1:15, 2:45, 5:30,17:15, 1:45 ad 11:15 front -:30 to ::,(0 p. In. Hlt arc,
.M. DYTM. The Webster Sticie-ty will iprey-sent tli e itedetd for all ft-ecs-cnts and esisecial-
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., i:3o, 2:30, following psrogramli Fritday night: 1'o- ly for t-e relaty ratcs. Let every
:00, 0:30 and 9:00 p..lsl, '.I.S.Jmsraig spooetr u stejfe.wl
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:00.4:00, 5:30, lislSo.1.ii.Jttc;r~dig.sl~sl~t trsota i te vl
1:00 and 9:30 p. m. C. . uwt itt' t .Ittiti aaa: tob hedot Saitirlay Slfltci ,7.
Cars run on city time Pare: singleetripi 15C. II. t.wli; cssiyTraekS. ,t-isiiir.
cents: round trip tickets 25 cents. inn 11. 1'. IIEAJO, [rio-hcars, Magso.
'WA. P. PAnKER, Supt. ilsIisifs.Msr.Ma, 2lii
aitd Berkile; debte, Iersoiredl. Iior 8tIATTIE_\IA-TICS 2a.
A ussr secfioin (XI) ofCourse 2a ill
S 'P13 D iN PS8 ils-spart-lictiis rt-fts-:itlt sttoitte~esiti- 8tilti-ni ttics will bei-forsnied to iccite
If yous wanstcood reliable life insusranlce call s-st sactios n. i olitick-s ,iirinailivc, ('.to Ai-.Il~ll sit 2 p. in. osslioil., Tots..
on Fred T SicOmber. office No. 1, S.
F-orths see. h:. Lansg-iillin L. Lawssler, nglitgve, We-t., Thutrs., inIt iooni 27.
I.) . lark itdil'V. - 'ns;speVi . W. DMEIAN.
N W X C I ES O A.L. Lowt. 16,000 321LES.
HUNTER BROS., 9 E. LIBERTY ST. - Always f Sfader, the Ohio Central
Skates Conaved. Phstpi-og rlsiiifori (t-h-fferstaiii Lines mileage ticket, with laicst addi-
Skcatyefsr(:siioncaveadfllo-s Lions io the best. Covering She Big
Experimental Work. ls-tdiiiN. .Airt;st-Sii iiFosir, B. & 0., 0., 12. & D., Ohio Ceo-
is-si soi innumeiitrable other- syotenis, it
REN SCH ER, It. lDoesrr;(-s4aty, 5). .S. Crotss; ortin is the favorite Trsvelers' Compslanion.
RENTSCHLER, t=. L. Sainders; sitetci, 1). Busff ; ie-
F3!0T0~t&7n tSi-cusre ysssr tickets for the Seal) yeas
PHOOC~PH" grasisiy, O. IMclI:irg; l11111roit911115dis-pry
ANNI ARBOR. MICH.
HOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS Yor o e's Worth
Chocolates and Candies______ _____
-AT--
JOLLY 8& CO'S. h dtr fteDiydsr oCl pa teto
205S. State St., Sager Hloct.Teeioso h al esr ocl pca teto
Large Line of Fine Pipes, Tobaccos and to the fact that the paper will be issued up to commence-
Cigars.
meat this year. Subscribers wbo leave immediately after
RANDALL the examinations of tile sE coiid semester can haveth

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Solid troughs trins between Toledo, Oi
asnd Chaltsisss, W. Va., via Colombus, the
short and only diect rote.
Toledo, .
Findlay, .
Kenton, .
Columbus, .
Athens, .
Middleport, .
Pomery, .
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, V.
Norfork, Va.
Anid all sothesern poinits. Elegan
drawing room cart on al throughs trains.
Pot- furthser infs-mation col on yor local
Ticket Agent or write.
SIOULTON 10058K, eni Pas. At.,
Toledo, .
wV. A. PETERS, Michigan Pass. Agent,
Detroi, SMich
Grand Opera House.
THURSDAY, FEB. 27.
"Cnnot FPil to Coquer.-tOicago
Tribunse,
JAMES A. HERNE'S BEAUTIFUL PLAY,
Shore Acres.
Presentled w itetie nis Seney -and
Nosel Mecaical: .I5Stts .snd Pop
cties.tUnderlthe disction of
lesnry C.SMner.
CPlf El .i c, 5c;lFr-st TreRost P. C. $5
RBl,ste;.P[riuetl.i
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
ItONEY TO LO0AN ON PENSONAL
PHOPEOI1TY.
Wvhol stle Cigars, Tobscc siddtCgrettes,
The new styles have
arrived Opera Crooks
are the thing. See our
window.
WM. ARNOLD'S JEWEIRI' STORE
HAGTRnERrn 2CATERER,
This Old Reliable
PERFECTION _
STUDENT LAMP -
Htssnever been eutsas-( _
ed for retsdiss, scwing
tnd office purposes.
Thsrbhoner bcisng sep-
aratcd risesthe ol
foust,it is absolutely .
safe ouder all ciream-
stances If your deal-
er duesnnt keep tie,
upon receiptof C35 50
ths leesost Nickse-
Platsd Lamp. includ--
Ing shade and ciim-
i cy, will e sent In any addess byy te sole
manusfactrers, 5Mahiatan1- ass C., 558
N 2th St., N. Y.
LODGoE-DlAVIsS ACHNE TOsL CO.,
Cincisnat, 0
2 cat my vote for the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., nthescon-
test for the $,500 lathe, sthick you oier
to pesent on March, 1, 180, to the techni-
cal schsool receiving the greatest number
of votes.
Voters Pull Name..................
Street N. . . . ..-------
City. ..----------State..--.. -
(Voters must be a least fifteen years
old. Lsdies canot vote but may aid is
securing votes.

Photographer
15 Washington Block.
TOOP & CO1, ST T
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolate.,
and Baked Goods.
- Try Our Lunches.
COTRELL & LEONARD,
Albany. N. Y.,
Makers of
CapsGo s
for Yale 'I9fiHarvard
96, Princeton'96ansd
may we Hot add Michigan '941

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