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March 12, 1896 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

iIGHIGAN GENTR~L
Time Table (Revised) March 1, les.
,Mail and Ex.-350 Mail-.......8as
N. Y. Special---5055 N. Y. Special--.. 7 301
Eastern Ex...1 12 N. S. Limited... 9 25
Atlantic Ex-.7 15 Pacific Ex-..2.- iS1
ONExpres.... 5 40 Western E.-2 t0
t#. R. Express ..11 50 Cli. Nt. Ex.i..s0 1
G.REx--....5 57
. W. RUGGLES, H. W. HAVnE,
. P. & T. Ag., Chicago. Ag. Ace Arbor
RAILROAD.
Time Table, elan. 12, 196.
7:22 a. m. *7:40 a.m.
*12:0p. m. 11:4 am.
4:5 p m,9:2p. m.
All trains dailety except Snday
.Trans run bteeo Ace Arbor and Toledo
only.
R.. GREENWOOD, Agent
W. H1. BENNETT . P. A. Toledo .
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congrmss t7550.845
and 11:0a. i. 245,2:15,5:0, 6:45,g :is5and
10:45 p. m. "
Leave Ann Arbor Jncto, 7:40, 9:15 and
11:301 a. m.; 5:5, 2:45, 5:0, 7:15, 9:45 and 1:15
A SUNDAY TIME.
.ave Ypsilanti from Congress St..:0.53:30,
30l:and 9:00 p. m.
~.l.ave Ann Arbor Junction, 2:0, 4:0,5:0,
0 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; rond trip tickets 252 cents.
WM. F. PnAnnE, Supt.
STUDENTS T
If you wat od relibe life isurnce call
on Fred T McOmber, office No. 1, S.
Fourtli ave.
NEW MACHINE SHOP
HUNTER BROS.,9 E. LIBERTY ST.
Skates Concaved.
Experimental Work.
RENTSCHLER,
PHQ0TOCtAHE.!
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
SHOT LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
-AT--
JOLLY & Co's.
M0S. State St., Sager Block.
Large Line of Fine Pipes. Tbacon ansi
Cigars.
RANDALL
Photographer
15 Washington Block.
TOOP&CO 20 S. TAT$
1STREET. +
Call on them for
Fine Lunches,
rime Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
COTRELL & LEONARD,
Albany. N. Y..
Makers of
Capsns
fr Yale '9''Harvard
'9. Princeton 19 aid
may we not ad Micigan '15?

A MAN WITH MONEY TO BURaN 0fl101 fl A L1B
Can't afford to psy xi10 for a Bicycle unti he has secen the
IVEP. JOHNSON WHEELT..&C. RY. K.& M. Ry.
Theye here is the Mlajeotstic, thesa superior of many so caled high grade. wheels, SoithuhIrlnbwesTedOo
alsoRoa Kio an Macot ~rd atand tCharlrston, W. Vs., via Colelius, the'
58, 58 and 60 S. Main St. Furniture. Toledo, 0.

OURa NELL SPRING SAMPLEBS
ilHave arrivied. The largest and finest assoitnient ever shion is Aimn Arbor. Suits
frem 514 to $50.Pasnts from $4 to $12.
We linen that weecin please you and 'twill plcase yea ts looh at our samples before
buying, ai; ing furnishings.
F. Jn Glen, The State St. Tailors
205S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
EXCAVATIONS AT CORINTH. j AT THE GRAND OPERA- HOUSE.
American School at Athens to Winl. C. Ansdrews, (lie well ktnown
Work in Now Fields. comdians, sill bceoscii here in Fred.
(Daily Princetonian.] 52l'tse'Il chatrinig coedy "My
Sinescomnpletintlse hts'c~lwltls at 1'Wife's F:riendl." Mr. Andlrews lis
s'cure'ith(le saiie coimpan iy that op-
the Argive Sleraiis andt at h'r:'('iiatp,aad inus(is eoiiiedy list)esoln,to
Alsicrcail Shool a Allisiso renatoiogetlici'wills elegsnt iiew prlinit-insg and
withiout a. ieoldl for expiorai.( ons. In evewy-iliig (tit could be t'securedto
looskinig absosiutfoe a pi~lcfor futiriMiike it onc of (lie beitorgllniZatiolls
work, Di'. iela~r'dson 11ha sben at leiv~ellillg.
tradted to C'orinsth. Thsoughs (le secondsI tne of these st critics in Anitrica,
cityinl genrai:l imiportaince in snhe-lin speaikinig of "Fainny Ilitse" i-lho will
Greces, practically Ilotiilighns yetiippe'a'rs it thGrandsttpi'ra. RoseonO~
beens dione towavrd its, exploarionsi. The Saltlilsiy eveinini I ".sanvv at.sthIe
(lelilli' O:iii' i'sra:sgs lugshotDrench Baill," said sf her: ":;hest ub-
f ezn~ns5-oaeyeas go ugabotiles os-cr with fill, 11111, wills licer, 1fun
thst fosudaionsoof th e anienli: Doriehas a, dynaissic force 111711takl, yoo by
tempitle',Df which several colisiins asre' tle collar 11111shais a boa. .-y la, gls
still standsing, sufficient to dletermsinse out of you. whsether' youi willor lnot.
its grosuiidisian. Noilsisig whatsever Sh in sptti-resIthe'layi willsthe1sp tlrit tof
has lbeenldolle'5toixfi te topographly ofser owviiesoniality intil. everyone on
(lie stage a1111 initse asuditne!isa
the -Pscisnt city, sloe to locale i ith715 Fani-y 2R1ce inIdifferint dege's.
ce't,Illy even'llo111 of thei'masilU'1111- Throughout the perfosrmsances. anit
pie enid mlonutmnclts wiill tPu.,nciss '01110' the" funl is at its wildest,thei'e
Osin 11the Agora,11a(dits ii'ighlsor- 1 iscntlilg setlior'icy-deni-sh in lie
ating;cii li.te conitesy. slitnsaki'.
hood. Tue tlisali't, usuially. ilce easiest nlufo siit siloySi itO
thing: to Idenltify amnong literuins of cssy (liat winls andi holds submsissive a
an ani-ent cily,.hisl ot,11ylst leen genuinse dniratiois.

Findlay, 0.
Renton, 0.
Coltumbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
Middleport, 0.
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Petersburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Wiiliamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfork, Va.
And all nouthieassiern points. Elrgant
drawing room cars on all throughi trains.
F or farther information coil on your local
Ticket Acent or write,
MOULTON HOUR, Cen'l Pass. Agt.,
Toledo, 0.
W. A. PETERS. Michigan Pass. Agent,
Detroit. Mich
Grand Opera 1House.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY, MARCH 13.
Appearance of the Gifted Artist,
HA
In her Great New York Triumph,
"NEBLL GWY)NNE"P
Preceded liv she one aet Comedietta,
"Into It and Out."
Prices, - 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.
The new etyles have
arrived. Opera Crooks
saee the thing. See our
Pawindow.
WMI. ARNOLD'S JEWELR( STORE.

foundss. 'Tsecntlre'sit:' of h(.(, at
city-, whose walls, accorsding 10 Srolso,
involveil iicircuit of forty stadia, i-
ilains a. totally unlexplored filil. Al
tille lplie'ointhe vast terraesi'wicihs
iseslasloly foirmedtt ho, centesit part of
the cily. there cin tie 5(ee1 the out-
lins of soime great edificec usukilse'
still a. hillock isIthe midlst of a. wheat
field. MIost of the territory N-hichi
wonlid invite the first exploratiois is
free front dwellings.,'lihe only diffi-
tulty wvichelscould attend ,iS attemp~t
at excavation would tie founid in list
fact that the landi is private property;
but, uisdonbtedly, permnis-lonl to iig
att differenst pointin the Oli'lelds tans le
readily obtained, nufficiese tlo isake
a beginning of the work sisd to se-
cure the first orientations i1n the sopo-
graphty. The Greek governmllenlthis
given the school the exclusive right
of excovation and the local withorl-
ties have shoswn ltemselvi's friendly
to the undertaking, ood seeni ready to
help in every way.
LECTURES ON SOCIOLOGY.
The lecture of Rabbi Grossman
announced to take place on Marchn 4
laos been postponed to a later dante.
The first lecture of the series will be
by Rev. Win. Kni It, of Saginaw on
Mtarch 11, subjec "Prevalent Docrine
as toth 'Rgist Mothods of Handling
Delinqutent.

THE BEST MILEAGEt.
The tnterchiangeabhle 1,0t0 mile tick-
et issued by the Ohio Central Linen
covers more insportant railway sys-
terns thanl any oilier. It is good over
the B. & 0., Big Four, C., tH. & D., eta:.
Pric'e $20. Good one year. There are
others in the market, hut thse Ohio
Ceistral Lines' tidtel is the favorite.
See agents Ohio Central Lines, or
add~res
MOULTON HtOUR, G. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
FUNNY SKETCHES WANTED.
Htaving decided to omit short, per-
sonal grinds in this year's hook, the
Castalian Board is desirous of getting
us many hunsorous sketches of Univer-
sity life as possible. If ysu know au
laughable incident or amilsing charac-
ter about the Ulniversity, make a
breezy sketch and put it in the Cos-
talian contribution boxes in the main
hall.
PRIIZE FORl SHORT STORIY.
The '961 "Res Gestac' Board offer a
cash prize of $15 for the best short
story on a legal subject. Contribu-
tions from all departmsents are Invited
and the Board reserve the right to use
all manuscript submitted.
TREATMENT OF' DELINQUENTS.
Rev. Win. Knight, of Saginaw, wihl
speatk on this topric to all interested in
Sociology In the lecture room at Tap-
pan Hall, Wednesday at I p. in.
Subscribe for the Daily.

THE KINBERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL
RAILROAD TICKET BROKERS
55MEY TO aLOAN ON PERISONAL
FROOPERTY.
Wiholesle Cigars, Tobaccos end Cigarettes
HANCSTERFER,
DO YOU PLAY
W hist?
We Furnish.
the best
Bicycle Cards
R $" 1.80.
Handsome embossed poker chips (or
counters), 65c per 500 Noiseles
poker chips (or counters). $1.50
per 100. Extra quality Doniinos,
25c per set.
T. B. Rayl Co.,
Detroit, Mich.
NOTPICE.
Alt candidates for the freshman
baseball tein will hand thseir namies
and pesdilos to the manager at once
HARRY B. POTTER,
39 & Mayer sL

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