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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

STUDENTS!

We Give Yout Credit.O
- - - FOR KNOWING WHERE - - -

THE BEST

CLOTHING !

is sold. You have shown us by yourg~enerous patronage that
OUR SUITS AN-.-D OVERZCOAT'S
are just right for people who wish to dress correctly aud at the same time SAVE MON1EY.
, ,. SPECIAL jN1ECIKWEAR SALE TH3IS WEEK,

37 S. Main St.

LINDENSCHMITT & APFEL.

MICHIGAN GE1 rn A Senior Law Eletos -I
Time Table (Revised) May 19, 1894. The senior law election passoed off
EAST. WEST. quietly Saturday morning, with the ex-
MaladE .. A50 Mal - M43edtion of a spiritedt tight adE___30 i1f ______ 3ce for the first
N. Y. Specia---- 5 00 N. Y. Special--- 7 30 vice presidency. Four candidates
Eastern Ex---10 12 N. S. Liited.--_ 9 2.5
A. M. Pacific Ex- 11-- t07 were nonilnated for this etic; F. IT.
Atlaetic Es --7 47 p.M.
0. N. Express....- 5 40 western Es-2____ Hotcteimner, of Utah, D. I. Prughs, of
e. 20 . Express __11 05 Chi. Nt. Es.---10 28 Ohio, Miss Octavia Bastes, of Mlichigan,
G.R.Ex------557.
0. W. RUGsLES, H. W. IHAYES, and J. It. tosnell, of Wisconsin. Mr.
0. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt., Ann Arbor Prughi was elected on the third hallot.
- ..The remaining officers -wer' tilled as
' follows: Second vice president, 1). IL7
~- d iner, of SMichtgan; recordCing secrc-
tary, A. Wi. Itesetno, lof Illinois; cores-
t NORTH MICHIGAN - oninseitrA aDuiif
RAILWAY. Miclstgsin; treasulrer,. J. G. Yout, isf
NORTH. SOUTHs. Nehraska; masster of fild lshorts, tH.1).
0:07 a. m. *7:15 a. m. IEvSan. of tenos1ylvania, ses-gosit-at-
*l:5 pm. 11:30 a. m.
4:15 p. m. .9:000p. a.. arms,, .1. C. (raptser, sof Now isirk;
All traiss daily except oSdasy assistant sergeants-at-arnms, M. 'May-
R. S. OGREENWOOD), Agent
W. H. BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo O. aia, ofIikiss, Japasn, aIns P. I. Ityan,
of (Cilifornia.
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST, RY. ~Pesidet f Igrahiam apposinted a
Time Table, Oct. 27, 1895. chiiini,to confe~r with cssniisittes
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress St., 7:10,.8:45 from tios other law clssses regarstlig
and 11:00 a. in.; 1:45, 1:15, 5:00, 6:45, 9:15 arid I(lii' selection of a spea~ker for thse ec.r
10:45 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Jusetion, 7:40,90:15 and clssoin WZaslingtons Birthdsay.
tp.1 a. in.; 1:15, 2:45, 1:10, 7:15, 9:45 and 11:15 Aohrmehgo h ls ilb
SUNDAY TIME. ileldl this week or nexit'sirftthopurpose
Leave Ypsilanti from Csngress st.,i:30,I3:30, of dlisposiniig of ste matter of thie'pui-
:00, 0:30 and 0:00 p, .caino.alaulbyIGL Thof
Leave Asn Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30, siisso nsnra s 0L lssf
7:00 arid 9:30 p. m. lutes; of hiistorhi, poheortr n
Cars run on city time Fare: sminle trip 15 11.iiisrtrs
cents; round trip tickets 25 cents. valedlictoriasn ill he filledi laeri i t
We. F. PARKoE, Supt.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE SaudysGm.
Itorvaci 2,5, Cornell 0; Mtinnesotai 10,
-AT- Chiicago 03; :Yu 0, Bosstosn A. A. 0);
.J01~dY & 0CO18. Wisconsin 10, Ilinois t0 in;tceston 0,
Removed to 10 5. State St., Sager Hlock.()rainge A. C. 0); tennsylvani:30, La-.
Met and ColdsiLunrhes at All H~ours. Fasyette 0; Chiicago A. A. ti, Newtson
________________________________(Mtass.) A. A. 0; Nest. Point (i, Da~rt-
sositli 0; Mtissouri I..t3, DePauw 0;
Go to RANDALL for Nebraiska 'IT. 36i, university Cluii of
. ~Omiha 0; Brown 22, Lehigh 4; Cress-
A rtisic Photos. cent A. C. 431, Williams 0.
For stuidents t have the best assit.
NEW GALLERY. mont of revolving andI sturdy charirs.
N Special low prices will lie quoted.. (a11
LA~[SI OPandTIseeOtMein.SIAIE siId secLtEorn
____Call at Stahler's for Oine picture
rooldings. Pictures framed while you
NO, 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK, wait. 24
Ann Arbor, Mich. Very pleosaut rooms at 30 Church
St. Fturnace heat. A few boarders
FALL GREETING.-' desired,. 30
Sulting to order $13t50 up; Overcoats to Wanted-Mooed and single room by
erder $18.50 up: Trosserins to order $3.75.'T7 L. Leave word at Daily office. 27
Cleansing~. Dyeing, Pressing anad Repairisg
a specilty At Stabler's, of course-Artist's proof
FORDHAM & GLEN, etchings framed for $1.25. 24
Merchant Tailor, 20 S. State st., Ann Arbor. Alsoitrsaeeqsedotunn
iinG Trn Errn CATERER, their subscription hooks this week,
2E. Washing- Tire University of Merlin has an en-
H~I ton at.
.o. .rollnient of over 8,000 students,
Subscribec for thec Daily. Subscribe for the Daily.

FOR THE GYM,
Soap 10c to 50.
Spotiges 10c to 35c.
Turkish Bath Towels 15c
up.
Loofahs 1.5e.
Bath Brushes 50e to :. 00.
Rubber Bath Brusl. OO5c
to 75e.
Bath Mits 25c to 35e.
Rubbter Bath Caps (keep
the hair dry) The.
CALKINS' PHARMACY,
ANN ARBOR
STEAK1 LAUNDRY CO.
Minis Glorss andiiDomesticinrish.
E. S. SERV'ISS, Manager,
28 S. FOURTH4 AVE.
"FLAG PINT" AS USUAL.
0 0 We also save a tine line
WM.ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Stoe.
Subscihe for the Daily.

T. O.&ctC.BRy. K. &MX.Ry-,
Solid throsgh trains btween Toltedo, Ohio;
aned Ciiarleston, W. Vs., via Columhas, the
short and only direct roste.
Toledo, 0.
Findlay, 0.
Kenton, 0.
Columbus, 0.
Athens, 0.
)Iiddleport, 0.
Pomery, 0.
Pt. Pleasant, W. Va.
Richmond. Va.
Peternburg, Va.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Williamsburg, Va.
Newpor News, Va..
Norfork, Va.
And all sosthseastern poits. Elegant.
drawing room ears io all throusgh: trainss.
Poe fsrther Iiformiationi eall oni:yousr 5oc'~t
Ticiet, Agento ire,
MOULTON 110CR,Gen'l Pass. Act,,
W. A. FETER~S, Siclilgan Pass. Agentl,O
D~etroit, Sick.
JENNNGSEAST LIBERTY ST.
Hot Lunches,
Chocolates and
Home-made Candies.
Advertise Your Wants.
in The Daily.

SEASON OT0F 1895-964
Students' Lecture Association.
OF THE U. OF M.
I. Senator David B. Bill1, of New York --------------------------------Oct. 25,
2. LelandiT. P'owers, impersonator.___-------------------------- ---Nov. It
3. Hon. John Wi. Foster, Secretary of State unsder Pres. Harrisss.----O---- ec. 15
A irs. Jshnstonse Bishop, Mrs, Clara Murray 4.Iept ocr o --------e.1
ISiss Maud Powell, Mr. Yon Scarpa.- - - e.1
.5. Bev. T. DeWitt Talmage------------------------------_---Jan 14
0. n~on. Henry iWatterson, Editor of Louisvillie Corer-Jssrnal --------__Feb. 14
7 Boston Temple Quartet (Miss Kathasrine Ridgeway, Readert -----------Feb. 29'
0. Oratorical Contest of the University Oratorical Asociation__------------March 20
9. Mlax ORell, (Si. Fasl Blouet) 'Coenedy Lectured ------ ------------April 3
1t. Hon. Thesdore Roosevelt, President New Yor-k Pollee Commissios ______ April 241
11. Archbishsop Ireland ------------Sl----------------------------- ay 1:
There .Are Eleven 0ofU17a&Alfor saooC..
Reserved seatn for entire coerse 5Sc extra, single adminsion rifc, except Senator Hill, V1;
Bedpath Concert Co., 75c; Oraterical Contest Bec. Tickets on sale Wednesday, Oct. 10 at
Wae's Bookstores, State and Main sts., Palmer's Drug Store, 40 5. State st., Sheehan & Co.,
Bookstore, State St., Cstting, Reyer & Co., 22 and 29 S. Main at., Moore A Wetmore's Book-
store, 6OS. Main nt., and Ann Arbor Organ Co., Ma~n St., and by students on the campus.
Couse tickets may be exchanged :fer reserved seat tickets Ion payment of 50c) sn Tueen-
dav, Oct. 22, at Palmers Dreg Store. 46 S. State St.. and Moore & Wet~ore's, 6OS. Main St..
tI"'No conditional numbers. Every num'er actually seeured by contract..

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