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October 18, 1895 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

STUDENTS !

We Give You Credit,.
-- - FOR KNOWING WHERE - - -

THE BEST

CLTIGI

is sold. You have shown us by your generous patronage that
OURZ SUITS ANID OVERGOAT0S
are, just right for people who wish to dress correctly and at the same time SAVE MONEY.
, , SPECIAIL 1NECIKWEAR SALIE THIIS WEEK, w -

37 S. Main St.

LINDENSCHMITT & APFEL.

Atth Grand Opera House. 26 S. STATE
Time Table (Revised) SMay 19, 1814. Tickets are selling rapidly for "Vii-
FAST P.IontheVagaond" tobe resetedCall on them for
EA.T M we . lnM eVgbod"t b l'etdFine Lunches,
Mall snd En---. 3 50Mail - A----- 84 by Otis Skinner and bis new cosnpmny Fine Chocolates,
S. Y. Special---- 5 00 N.Y. Ipecal.-_..7 30at the Gad peahuetoniglt'. sdBae'Gos
Essters Ea---10 12 N. 5. Liminted.--S 9O25 rand eaera boose
A. M. Pacific Ex---11 57 Otis Skiner app1eared bere two TyOrLnhs
Atlantic Ex.--7 47 P. M. TyOrLnhs
D.SNExpress ---- 5 40 Western Ex - IS 0 years ago as Mlojeska's leading Ioon__________________
G. R. Eapres--11 05 Chi. Nt. Es---10 25 in 'The Merebanst of V enice" and
0.R x-----557Gog' ado . W. ReUGGLES, H. W. HAYES, made a favorable repuotationl for binm- 6 Nr eil d Dard Barn
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor self. Ilie is now at thie head of hlisGlncmayndi- rstlS(V Phe14.odHckar Lvy
eral new plays, aniong tbenm "Villon, lifack h. n.Eqief~ cog'
lbs Vabon."otherwise known 'il 94 and 9F . Hill St.,r tiln Arbor.
.AFacosVlol,11Rvgbn pe f Horses Hoarded and well "iaced for.
NORTH MICHIGAN France, wbo las bees called thle Castle Drivlig Horses for l-alies.
RAILWAY. Chlaucer of Frenchl literatnre.
sNTH. SOUTH. ANN ARBOR
8:07 a. m. *7:15 a. m. CALENDAR.
*12:25 p.em. 11:3am. Fri., Oct. 18. 5 p. mo., law building- STEAK LAUNDRY CO.
All trains daily exaeteISunday SteigoEestrscel.ngh Glees and Domestic Finish.
R. S.eGREEN WOOD, Agent Fri., Oct. 18, Granges's Academy-___
W. H. BENNETT C. P. A. Toledo 0. First lhop of "Forty ('lub."
ANN ARBOR &b YPSIL.ANTI ST, RY. Sat.,lsert. 10, 2:30 p.ans.-Varsity vs. E. S. SERVISS, manager,
Adelert.2a B. FOURTH AYE.

T. O. &C.Ry. K. &M.Ry~.
Solid through lesin between Toledo, Ohie,'.
and tCharleston, W. Vs., via Columbus, the=
short and only direct caste.
Toledo, 0.
Findlay, 0.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0..
Athens, 0.
Xiddleport, Of..
Pomery, 0..
Pt. Pleasant, W. Vs.
Richmond. Vs.
Petersburg, Vs.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
- Williamsburg, Va.
Newport News, Va..
N orfork, Va.
And all, southeastern point. Elegant.
drawing roam casrs on all through trains.
For farther Information call as your local
Tithes Agent or write.
MOULTON 110CK, Gen'l Pas-. Agt..
'rlndo, 0.
W. A. PETERS, Michigan Cans. Agent,
Detroit. Mich.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OPERATING ROOM IN STATE
NO, 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann .Arbor, Mich.

Time Tabln, 3MJay 26, 1585. J
Leave Tpsilanti from Congress st., 6:00, 8:00
and 1:00ta. in.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, :45, 9:30 and
11:00 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:00, 8:30 and
11:50 a. in.; 1:15, 2:0,15:30,7:15,10:00 and 11:00
P. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congresst., 1:3,3:3,
:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p .m.
Leave Ann Arbor Janction, 2:00,4:00,5:3,
7:00 and 9:3 p. m.
Cars run as city time Fare: single trip 15
cents; round trip tichets I5 tests.
WaM. F. PAusne, Supt.
MAMMOTH PIPE .SALE
--AT-
JOLLWY &acO 'S,
Removed to 18 S. State St.. Sager Bloch.
Het and Cold Lunches at All Seers.
The modern stand-
LU ard Family Medi-
cne: Cures the
u co m n every-day
ills of humanity.
FALL GREET.NG.
Suits g to order 013050 up: Overcoats to
order $1.30 up: Trouserlegs to order VI3.
Cleasinr. Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing
a specialty
FORDHAM & GLEN,
Merchant Tailor, 20 S. State st., Ann Arhor.

lchurchl-Lecture on Dante, Hier. J. H.
Whlitford.
Fri., Oct. 25, S p. in., University Htall
-Senator D. H. Hill, S. L. A. course.
Oct. 2(6.-Varsity vs. Lake Forest.
Sat., Nov. 10,S . isn.. University Hall
--S. L. A. cuurse, Leland T. Powes's,
imlpersonator.
T1ues., Nov. 19, S p. il., U'siversity
H-all-Cholsral I'sliosl series, Thosmas'
orcestra of Chicago.
BOOMIS.
Pleasant stilts anld single rooms fur-
nilshedl to order. Bathlrooml and fur-
nace. Two blocks frollsthle camptus
on the street car lisle. Board if de-
sired. 102 S. StateStrs.
Front suite of rooms, furnace 13001,
to rent at reasonable rates. 27 Tbonmp-
son St.
Call at Stabler's for fine picture
snoldings. Pictures framed while you
wait. 24
Elegant Suite-batb, beating an~d
ligting-rent reasonable-Forest Inn,
15 Forest ave.
to distribuee
our advertise-
meets is ,part payment for ahigh grade Acme
hicrecle, wichleS eesend them us approval No
work dountilethe5sbicycle asrives and proves
samtisfactory.
Young Lde aetrmh
Iosr per girls appy they musthbe wellrecom-
mended. Wrisefor particulars.
ACME CYCLE C01'IPANY,
ELKHIART, IND.

"FLAG PIK." AS USUAL
We also hare a One line
-of imported
o "STEIN S"
WM.ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Stere.
iiN ~ R rnCATERER,
HANSTRFE, 0 iton st.n
Very pleasant rooms at 30 Church
st. Furnae beat. A few boarders
desired. 30

WE ARECOMING.-
SEASO1N OF 1895S-96d
Students' Lecture Associatfin.
OF THB U. OF M.
I. Senator David H. Hill, of New York ---------------------------------Oct.2.5
2. Leland T. Coxes, Impersonator---. -----------------------------5eov.1X
3. Hon. John W. Poster, Secretary sf Stats under Pres. Harrison ---------Dec. 13:
1Mrs. Johnstone Hishop, Mrs. Clara Mlurray
4. Redpath Concert Co. --------e.1"
I Siss Maud Powell, Mr. Von Searpa. ?d
a. Bev. T. DeWitt Talmage---------------J-------an 14 t
6. Hlon. Henry Watterson, Editor of Louisville Curier-Joiirnal----------Feb. 14
7 Boston Temple. Quartet (Miss Katharine Ridgeway, Readert- - --____________Feb.29
8. Oratorical Content of the University Oratorical Association__--__-_---- March120
9. Max Olteli, (Mr. Paul Blouet) "Comoedy Lectured"---------------------April 3
10. Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President New Ysrk Police Commission---------April 24'
11. Archbishsop Iceland------------------------------------------May 1L
There 4Are Eleven ofi'Us All for q;saoo.
Reserved neats for entire courne 5St extra, single admission 5cexept Seniator Hill, V1;
Redpath Concert Co., 1st; Oratorical Content L5c. Tickets on sale Wednesday, Oct. 16 atm
Wahr's Bookstores, State and Main sts., Calmer's Dlrug Stare, 46 5. Stats at., Sheehan & en.,
Bookstore. State at., Catting, Reyer & Co., 27 and 19 5. Main at., Moore & Wetmore':s Beek-
store, 055. Main st, and Ann Arbor Organ Co., Main at., and by students on the campus.
Couse tickets may be exchanged for reserved neat tickets ton payment oc 50ct on Tuna--
sav. Oct. 22, at Pamers Drug Store, 4605. State at., and Moore & Wetmore's, 6 S. Main at.-
W"'It conditional numbern. Every num,!er actually secured by contract.

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