THE U. OF M. DAILY
HOTEL EPWORTH 'O QHPIPMAP
A great big
Will be but 400 feet from an en-X
trance to the
Mahogany, Celluloid bound edges,
WORLD'S FAIR, ONLY $14.00.
And offers low rates and superior LITTLE FELLOWS IN PROPORTION.
about it at WLS Y,
CALKIN ', - 34 S. State. 31South State Street, - - UP STAIRS.
Prices $2.00, $2.48, $2.78 and $3.28. Styles are good, qualities
excellent, just the thing for recitation room
E?~TEJE~ DP~ W8ALE,.
MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND CORNER OF STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
University Text-Books, Medical Books, Law Books, Dental Books, Students' Note Books, Blank Books, Stationery. We have a lari'e
Stock of Kenfiel and Esser Drafting lnstruments.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
FINIST STOCK OF
HOLIDAY -:- GOODS
IN THE CITY NOW ON SALE AT
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Will You Look
At our Show Window? It tells
it's own story about
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
51 South Main Street.
Time Table (Revised)November20,1892.
EAST. P. Ti4. WEST. 5. m
Mail-EsT. .25 Chicago Special - 1 55
Day Napres- 5 30 Day Express5- 8 27
N. Y. Limited-S if4 N. S. Limited--- 5 95
Niagara Falls Spi ig27 p.i.
a. Iii.Chieago Fxpress. 2 19
D.NExpress..)z38 G. R. Eapress _ _5 48
AtlanticExpres-- 805Cli. Ni ghtExp9 as
G. H. Express.-10 40 Pacific Express10 27
0. W. RUG'Lt, Ca H. 'IHAYES,
0. P. & T. Agent, Chicago. Agt. Aiin Arbor.
y --1861---1892. -
On Monday, December 12, we will maka our 32d Annual Exhibit of Holiday Goods, which, as
heretofore, will distance couipetition, both as to peice, extent and variety ofstock.
Th rt s lttic friends cay 5hve ct- et ix past east possible cost, we will, from Dc. 12th
Is 1Dcc. 2ith, sell candicianod nutlatSths folloceiag prices:
Stick and Fine Mixed Candy, at - - - Sc per lb.
Choice Mixed Cream Candy, at - - - 12c'"
Good Chocolate Candy, at - - - - 14c "
Very Best Chocolate Candy, at - - - 2c "
Mixed Nuts, at 15c per lb., or 2 lbs. for 2c. .
We invite an inspection of our stock.J
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
Dr. Dorrance bolted prosthetic
The Brown baseball team will
begin practice on February 1st.
The senior lits will hold their elec-
tion Saturday, at 2 p. m., in room A.
The junior laws will be quizzed
next week on Domestic Relations.
The classes in free-hand drawing
will begin one hour sketches next
A number of S. C. A. members
are contemplating a sleigh-ride to
Ypsilanti Friday evening.
The first base-ball practice of the
Columbia nine was held on Satur-
day in the Boulevard Riding Acade-
my. Thirty candidates presented
The Webster Society made ar-
of the University of Chicago, says
is becoming quite popular.
At the regular meeting of the U.
of M. Philological Society this even-
ing, Dr. Lewis A. Rhoades will read
a paper on iThe Relation of Holty
to English Literature." The so-
ciety will meet in room E, Univer-
sity Hall, at 7:30 sharp.
Certificates of membership in a
hotel association were given out at
the Choral Union, Tuesday evening.
As fast as payments are made credit
will be given on this cirtificate. Mr.
Wines has made a call for the first
installment next Tuesday evening.
"Mr. Stlraberg may be congratu:
lated upon having made the greatest
popular success of any piano recital
given here for several seasons, and
its artistic merits were fully com-
Call on Win. Fulde, tie
Tailor, opposite e easy iolilg,the
William-st., first door west of State-st.
Cleaning, repairingand pressing done neatly.
Suits to order a specialty. All workl first-class.
IF YOU WANT TO
Buy ao6Alarn Clock
or have some Repairing done go to
1AfsM. Arijohk 36 Main Street
HOWOO~THIS SUI i
Our spring stock will soon be
here. As we do not wish to carry
over any winter goods, we shall
sell them at greatly reduced prices.
$35 SUITS FOR $30.
$30 '' '' $25.
All others in proportion.
42 SOUTH STATE ST.
WILD! WILD! WILD!I
IS SELLING HIS WINTER
STOCK AT REDUCED
PRICES WHICH WILL
BE A BARGAIN
FOR YOU AS
No.2 E. Washington-St., Near Maine
mensurate with its popular incep-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK rangements, Tuesday evening, to tin.''AeiaspMuarin ew
OF ANN ARBOR. have a special prugram at which the tion. "-American Musician, New
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profts, $30,0. speakers for the Inter-collegiate de- York.
Transacts a general banking business, for-
eign exchange sold, letters of credit procured bate will be chosen.
for travelers abroad. is in a prosperous condition.,At
P. BACH, Pres. James Kay Applebee, the Shakes-
S. W.CLARKSON, Cashier. a the last meeting the subjects of the
pearean scholar, of Boston, will 1cc-paesrdwr:"G mn w-
papers read were: iGerman News-
ture on Richard III. and King John papers" and 'Illustration of News-
S at the Unity Club on next Monday ,,
and uesay eenigs.papers." Henry Watterson will
GRANGER'S ACADEMY. and Tuesday evenings. lecture at Madison, Wis., Jan. 31,
Pupilsmay enter at any time, their quarter Moore & Wetmore, Main street, under the auspices of the Press
starting from the date of admission. Ofice
and Residence Center Entrance and Wahr, State street, now have Club.
6 MAYNARD ST., - ANN ARBOR. the '95 Oracle sale in charge. Only At a joint meeting of the Philo-
a few copies remain unsold, and the sophical Society and Political
Send$125,$2,or$3l50forSam- Science Association this evening,
ple Retail Box by express of board expects to come out even. Prof. Hinsdale will read a paper on
I.~ln? theB EST CANDIlESin America.
Put pin elegant boxes and "Rockefeller, Rockefeller, Zip "President Eliot and Popular Edu-
RES NTS Expresa charges Boom, Ahl! Who's the fellow? He's cation," being a review of President
p repaid RetertoallChicago. Eliot's article in the December
Try it once. Adders, the fellowl Rah, Rah, Rahl" This
C.I l C GUNTHER, Confectioner, Forum. Room 21, 7:45 p. m. All
C .,C Sa IStreet, is the yell that the University News, are invited.
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