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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'C. of -rM . lLug.
Published Daly (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, by
THE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price$2.50 per year, invariably
in adevane aingle copies rents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the DAILY,
at Stofflet's, with any of the editors or
authorized solicitors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P. M. it they are to appear the next
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communicstions should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Ann Arbor,Mich.
EDITORS.
E. J. OTswAE, Lit.'00. Managing Edtor.
( . A. IloNeSIt, Lit. '3, Asistat.
W. ENListLie"55, Aeisantss
MoRaRrTEAb~ C. SAW Lit. '94, Assitant.
S. W. CIoriss, '. G. Lit., Business Manager.
W. W. twEDEMEYtR. Lit. '4, Assistant.
A. BAILEY, Ijent. '4, Assistant.
LITERARY. LAW.
F. A. Manny. l93. W. H. Evas, 'it.
E. K. Tutle, 't J. D. Sitae, '93.
H. B. Gammon, '94. H. W. Webber, '94.
Norman Flowers.'96. MEDICAL.
TOMtOPATHIs. C. N. Sowers, '93 .
C. K. Stewart. '3. J. R. Arneill, '94.
Mattie E. McFarland, Special.
The Edior doe nt old themelves respon-
sible for the opinions or statements of corres-
pondents, appearig in the DAILY.
THE ARO U" UL NIN O OV.
IT is gratifying to note that the
freshmen are still making efforts to
secure the organization of a glee
elub. Success to their endeavors.
OWING to a combination of cir-
cumstances the proposed under-
graduate number of the Inlander
will not issue until later in the year.
LYMAN ABBOTT stands in the front
rank of America's pulpit orators.
He is doubtless the best representa-
tive of his profession the Lecture
Association could have secured to
fill a number in the present course,
which is made up of men repre-
senting widely different fields of in-
tellectual activity. Every student
should count it a rare privilege to
have the opportunity of hearing Mr.
Abbott this evening.
THE item boxes placed in the var-
ious halls, in which it is expected
notices will be placed by professors,
and all items of interest contributed
by the student body, are seldom
used. The DAILY is always willing
to publish any notices pertaining to
the interest of students, but the pro-
fessors and instructors seldom make
use of the paper, although it would
be an accommodation to students.
Everything of a news character is
always appreciated, but in all cases
we would ask the writer to sign his
name as evidence of good faith.
The boxes are visited at 5:30 each
evening and all items must be in by
that hour.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Many of the college glee and
banjo clubs have already made suc-
cessful trips.
Miss Joslyn, lit 96, is suffering
from an attack of malarial fever.
Mr. Hildner entertained his class,
course one in German, yesterday
afternoon with the singing of several
national German songs.
Tomorrow evening, at M. E.
church, Shirley Simons will tell of
his bicycle tour through Scotland
and England.
A boarding club on Thompson
street has formed a unique plan for
learning the news of the day. A
Chicago daily is taken and members
of the club appointed for a certain
time to report on different topics.
The most important are reported at
breakfast and others at luncheon and
dinner.
Notice.
Ninety-five canes.-All holders
of '95 canes must leave them at
Arnold's jewelry store, Main street,
by Thursday in order to have "'95"
engraved on them free of charge, as
per contract. COMMHcITTEE.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
A single Bath, hot or cold, for 10
cents, at the Postoftice Barber Shop.
58-25t
POLHEMUS, just north of the Post-
office, has the best hacks, carriages,
and horses in the city. Try him. tf
Leave orders for the Icter Oean at
the Postoffiee and Opera Houe news
stands. 70-10t
FOR RENT,-Very desirable suite of
rootis with bath heated with hot water;
stationary bowl witih hot and old
water. Enquire at 47 south Division
street. 66-6t
"Rich a,, rare were the os she wore.'
-Thos. Moore.
Not only in rings, but in all other
Jewelry an well, our variety isarich and
are. Inafioc jeweled Ringsad Pen-
dants we can show an unsurpassed as-
sortmentin
DIAMONDS
OPALS
EMERALDS
PEARLS
RUBIES IN SELF OR
TU-QUOISES COM5INATON
ETC., ETC. CLUSTERS.
WATCHES always have our most
watchfulcare. It itsourmaimetprocure
only the mobt perfect timepieces the
world produces. it addition to all the
famous makes we ask special attention
to 00 own special . G. S., S. & Co.'s
movemet. The most perfectly-ba-
anced movement extant.
WOODWARD F. G.
AND STATE SMIT
STREET. S
DETROIT. SONS
&cO.

LIKE FINDING MONEY.
By Going to Wahr & Miller's and save from 25c, 50c and 75c on every
pair of Shoes as we must reduce our stock to
make room for Spring Goods.
Fine Footwear Dealers,
48 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WAGNER & CO., will sell
NECKWEAR At -
FROM JANUARY 15-21.
Tailors and Furnishers.
M-E 5 Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
Time Card in effect Sunday, Nov. 6th, 189.
Departure of Trains at Ann Arbor.
w~r f iGOING NORTH.
No. I. Mail and Expresse.. .. 7 10 a. m.
No. 3. yassgr Ann Arbor Accom*..12 00 non
1s tbe LEADING OrBOOt OF BSCINEEB. Sag- No. 5. Mail and Passenger*......... 4 25 p. m.
nfiteNt building; a snine O Fteachers;B attendance; No. 101. Patsenger Sunday only).......10 15 a. m.
good discipline; superior work; well supplied reading GOING SOUTH
room daily lectures; Saturdayeveningreceptions;
penbo eentire yea; acommernl gradates in est No. 2. Mail and Passenger*.........11 32a. m.
dregad esrortaOls.ndpgrae ecupsipvtios o m4. Miland Express*.........8 47 p. m
,ig expe nses uaLe$ n d Linprisatewha No.6. Toledo Accommodation ... 7 00 am.
cake positions from weekto week, address No. 102. Passenger (Sunday only)...- 7 23 p. m.
P. 5. OLAS, Pr*4- Central Standard Time.
'Daily except Sunday.
.S $2,00, $3.00,$4.00, $5 Trains101 and 102 runs between Toledo and
FL 5Owosso only. Reduced Fare.
First Class and Warranted in Trains Sand 6 run between Ann Arbor and
o Every Wart'Toledoonly, daily, except Sundav.
N Wy. Other taines daily exceptSunday.
E E D & Feiner.W. H. BENNETT, R. S. GREENWCOO,
* e.Pass. Agent. Local Agent.
And reader of "The Daily" is cordially invited to attend
SHEEHAN & COMPANY'S
HOLIDAY + BOOK + SALE
We save the Nicest Goods for the Least Money.

The University Booksellers,

State Street.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE. IRRENTSCHLER,
LEGITIMAkTE DRAMA. Photo grap her
fhe production of "Julius CIesar to
be given tonight, Jan. 18, at the Grand CORNER MAIN AND HURON STS.
opera house, by Mr. Charles Hanford
and his company, has the reputation of
being one of the most perfect Shake- GRANDE OPERA OUSE
spearean presentations now be- ANN A
fore the public, The play will
be presented with the same scenery W ednesday, Jan'y 18.
used by Booth and Barrett when they
gave it the best production upon the + CHARLES+ HANFORD +
American stage.
Mr. Hanford was for years a leading With theigsprodcBOinAREo T
player with those great tragedians, sir CoAo
acnd essayed the sanee role-"MarecJL IU1aa .L1(AR
Antony-with them that he now ap- U I
pears in as the central figure. Mr. Hanford as Marc Antony, supported by
To all who have a fondness for the E. R. Spencer as Cassius, Bennett Scaplace as
legitimate drama, Mr. Hanford's pro- Owing to the large amout of scenery used in
duction should not be missed. this production the curtain will rise promptly
He has with him a strong supporting at 8 o'clock.
company, and in every act the play PRICES: - - 50c., 75c. and $1.0O.
will be staged and played here as Mr. Seats will be on sale Monday morning at
Hanford has presented it in New York, B. F. Watts' Jewelry Store.
Philadelphia, and Washington. This
will be the first Shakespearean produc-
tion of the season here, and it may be
some time before another. The cast
comprises Mr. . .R. Spencer as "Cas-
sius," and Mr. Bennett Matlack as
"Brutus." NO. 12 W. HURON ST

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