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Ti ILLU. OF Al. DAILY.

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MICHIGAN ETA1
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 1894.
EAST. WEST.
P.-,I. I A. M
MNail and Ex _-:1 50 Mail ------------ 8 43
N. Y. Special.... 5 15 N. Y. Special_-. 7 30
gastern Ex--10 25 N. S. Limited._- - 9 25
A. M. Pacific Ex--12 15
Atlantic Ex.--7 47I.M
1). N. Express---- 5 e0 Western Ex.--21
(3. It. Express --11 03 Chii. Nt. Ex----10 25
G. It.Lx_-a-.-
O, . V.RUGG1LES, II. W%. 1AYES,
G. P. & TI Ag-t., Chicag~o. Artt Ann Arbor.
T., A. A. & N. X. RY.
Taking effect Sunday, Aug. 1, 1894.
Tiains leave Ann Arbor' on Central Stand-
airl time.
NORTH. SOUTH.
7:18 a. II. *7:15 a. Inl.
x'12:25 p. Inl. 11:30 a. In.
4:15 p.mn. 9:00 p.m.
'rains run between A n Arbor and Toledo
All trains daily except Sunday.
R. S. GREEN WOOD), Agenit
W. 1. BENN ETT G. P). A. Toledo O.
ANN ARBOR &_YPSILANTI ST. RY.
Time Table, October 7, 1894.
Leave Ypsilanti from Colngress 5t., 7:00I, 9:00
an ld 11:00 a.mi.:.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:00, 16:45, 9:00 and
10:30 p. in.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30, 9::30 and
11:30.m.; 1:15,2:45,5:30, 715, 7 :30 a lid 11:00 p. m.
SUNDAY TIME.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., I1:30, :3::0,.
5:0), t:30 and 9:00 p. m.
Leave Ain Arbor Junction, 2:00, 4:00, 5:30,
:0and 9:30 p.mi.
tars run on city time. Far'e: single trip 15
ocents; round trip tickets 25 cents.
WTI. F. PARtKER, Supt.
WM. RFUZ E
FIRST CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING
'orn er of State and William sts.,
William st. entrance.
FLOWTERS, FLOWERS
I 1' FiEverthingand LEverybody.
L09SINS & HALL, florists, 261Teleone i:;Ie
Vacation

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At the Grand Opera House.
"DIo'ris maide a great li. .'
iteeorder.
.'he'situations are tliiilling;." -N. Y.
lhteraid.
"~Miss I lisler and lDoris heatt ily i l
ctoiittd.-\. Y. World.
adi'anta e:"=N. Y. Eventing Sunt.
AAl;tile Grand Opehra Housek. 'l'linrs-
dtt 1.00. 2.Irce,3c ((.i",
NOTICES.
Itt )ibills (for s~tV tl( a (liscountt tI
the D~aily olin-c.
I lopi')). 1:.,xwiii a1pply 1be4ore 'V'hui's-
V..W.V._'C )1.I DAAN. '.
Psi IVI loulst.
PcsoI '(511 vishiif. li iii-laliorlis to 'Tue
('HAS. 1. lDAVIS,
I et 'lriiai l (olt.

BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Notices inserted in this column at the rate
of 5 cents per line. Special rates for longer
time, and extra linies funrnish~ed by applying
at the DAILY office.1
111(111 CLASS TAILORING AT 1ii(iE-;-CP'
Mr A. h, Rose wxill be at. the Go ok
house Dec. _iS, atnd offers s~a'eia1 ini-
,dteieets on)111all'winter ciothitlg. es-
pecially on Full Dress Suits. it wx'il
paly youtoI see thte line and get pirices.

criptioll of car's, etc., or
C. S. ?i1A N1'. G-. V. &'1'....
7t.. r iiit. . i«li
F. A. PALM)ERl, Ass,,. 'i.. I*. A..
201 S. Clark st., K icit ;., AL
A COLLEGE TOWN PULPIT,
(MONTHLY)
SERMONS OF, REV. J, T, SUN~DERLAND.,
Series of 1894-95_

itrr Alri''tildetiis xxt 1 1''ct) enitt'i
I toe Jrononing 'contest «will iillel t-1-
day, (Monday) att I p. Ini. in room0 4. It
is very impoitant (hat exe-itei raryv
c'onte sltntt be preseitt.t
'. 01" M. tALEN1)Al.
Trues., Detc. 15.-IJ. , k11> >1ml'tleeh t-
I ures ,at I itx- ciii) (1n 1 oiia~ss lt'i-
rold.
TCt's..,1Dec. is-I roniiuiliin con1(1(tes
a1t L niversit~y hall.

Excursion-t bt'g, .I. . ~i 12.--Concert fotr btnelit {if
Atlet'lit' tssociationi at lUniivesity 1ba1l.
Tickets. A REMARKABLE ILLUSTRATION
Of the Value of an Established
i[Please keep in inind tile Toledo, Reputation and One of the N urn-
St. Louis & Kansas City It.I., erous items of Expense in
The Clover Leaf R~oute, "Fast Acquiring It.
Line" for St. Louis, Mo., andthie
West and Southwest leaves To- (Extract from ai Columbus, 0)., Newvsllaper).
ledo Union Depot at 5 p. in. idle at Dispatcepor't'[rtL' NWis
daily, arrives INew Union Station staninlg yestertlay tt the counter of
(tile largest in tile world), St. War'd Brothers'tickett (it'a gentle-
Louis enrly next morning. itlal caime ill) aitd l purc'htased( so1me
CONCINWITH AN RORtcet, to the wxest. Whbile the tickets
C UI'1IIUIIUI~ AN ARBOR ein0g fixed thefl'eustomnei Said:
atntd Michigan Central linlesat "Tis is the first trip 1-1ave tIakt'nin l
BuffetRecliing Chir Cas SeatyFree reineinllcl'thleelast tickt'ts I bgl~tigt
Bufet eclnin Chir arsSeas Feeof you ? It was ill 1 SS1. I1 l)1ia'ls(d.
anti Vestibuled Sleepers with- fir-e tickets of)1 iou to C hic' t o at $.-$5
out change. tachuit h Iiyour i'rnte that Whli
~ I . KI 1, I gdot 1(1 'hicago I could 511-lure it'lktts
SItoint theritilo 0111,1ahani t1 i inatt
(general Passenger Agt.,-Toledo, 0. y22 eac(1. Xou sce't n xflit its ias fIuaits
G i~vi. L.J I i ~ 111h1d to paiy $2.5 tet for ft'e lickt'ts.
lbut you paid tus tIelit lft e'lc 'olit 01
Julst received a sani j)1C lne Lvt' iliade sintce tihtt timie, antd I x.,a
bound to kbuy ihent at Wardti'tBothers'
of tiv'11na15iu11 Sits. fThese i osbe o o etil i
goodS aie iw1~Iiifactiir'etl by the fairth iingIby 1)1 1 te ltst Iris) I made.",
Overman W t heel to., makers of been l'('1)itiititith(11tislimili tllots
Victor Cycles, which is sufficient of loss of simhilar iautre (during;dt. ~1-S
rri'( os(f tlh'ir t'xperil'nce't' ile,11 ,licic
guaranditee as to their (Inlailty'. rtings are talked about feain ndwie
We Sell them t or less thaLn what an1( t; oi- Ward ,bthei, are ceo
YOU have to pay for infleriol' th(buinesoff,I'listoniuf~its ritradr
goods. See them before COInL buy. atnd stean nship trnsot'alltonm. anld
their ormers for t ickt'ts collit' fronii al-
-Al'--'--most ee' ystate in (t'e Tnion.
Mi STAEFBL ER'S ICYCLI EMPORIUM, -oe I Sigtpyonl o ut di
11IXW. Washington st. Brothers bef'ore taiking Lr l l'lally xeded
Sulbscribe for. the Daily. 1tr11s.

LOST.--A ten dollar bill, Tuestdty,
Dec. 11. A rewiart i lliibe) givern for SEPT.-The Soul's Cry for Gd.
eturn of sainto No. 9 E.i'nhiix-'m' OCT.-Jesus as Humanity's Ideal.
ity ave. NOV. -Secterianism: Its Evils, Causes
TH-E COTILLTION Of01 GERMAN. and Cure.
This dance wxas introdueed in New
York about the ,-ear' ISA-. At that 5OC. A YEAR 5C, A NUMBER.
inme tine quatdrille was thelftshiioalteh F oin sale .1lt ( tihan, and Stolktt'-
danitc, but wits ktnown as the ctiioin.i ED A. CADIEUX.
'To make a tdistiinction it 1101 el thtla t I'iIOI'ITi' O 6T)' iH
and this diance, wihmwxas )mowinxl Latest Improved Barber Shop
Europe iby the same trante, this wast5 In t' iy. IR. Xasliiigtoi S., Ist door
called the ''certiuan (otillion,' gratd-ast of lMaim s., AitnitA rbo.
nally tileli-trd cotillion wxas droppted REUBEN HI. KEXPF,
(lie daiice ibecomling sitmply "heG'1'o he C 1 1011Ito1yal I onserv ary.
mnan." 31r. and -Mrs. floss (;ranger, Stittg mtGeruian iv
ill Grainger's Academy, niuth~ lis Teacher of Piano, Organ and Nlsca
danlice andi the waltzixa;"'eciaily. Composition; also the Art ofU
iT. O M. ~Teachinig.
1! F3.(IlIISTMLAS A'IAC{A lION. Studio 22 S. Division St., Ann Arix~r,Aliet
For the TT. of-M. Christenas and Nexx
Year holidays irates (f tone anti (llt'- G B. washin
third fare, for rotiud trip xiiil be made V I toas.
to all pIoits in the C'tntral Traffic PIETAS & SCHANZ,
Assoeiatontli'itc i'oy t) students and
instructors 1tpii prelnt't'iont ~iof 1prop-IMU.OF'X. TAILOR '
er ortticttcs. ickts oldDvc ''0, Latest and best styles of ForIgand o --
21 and1(122. 1894 ana11lliitedto'te I itnti'iimestle Woolens. Fist classfit and firstclass-
not later' thanIanht 8. 1895O. work guaranteed. Cleaning, pressin and
T. &A. A BULE'i'N. Irepairing neatly done.
T. &A. . PU LT,: N,48 . State stS.S- . -'toor,AirnArhor.
For the Christmias and New Ye-1"ar 22 Years in the Business^
holidays rates (f one anti one-it
fartte for the rotte~d tripll vi be tiade to I a
all points in 3Michigan0anth(ental CT;AU D Y
Traffic Associatiotn territory. Tickets
to be sold De. 2, 25 and ;1, 1891, and
Jal. 1, 1895, limited to ietlilil not :cier' M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4W Ave.
than Jan. 2, 1S96. MERCHANT TALORNG
Rates ot one tare for rtoltnd trip xwill Cleaning, Pressing and tetsmircg,
be made for thte followxing meetings: done neatly by
T.Lhe annual meeting of the knights AUOi. SCIOENEWALP, 36 E. Wasington
tf tile Grip t Grand Rapids, Decc. 261 EXCELSIOR + LAUNWDRY !
and 27, upon11 presentationl ofnieniber- 20 LASTIHU RON STREET..
shill certifica tes issuetd by the Mlich- Good Work Guaianbmted. Goods1 caled fox
gan Knights oft the Grip. Tickets sold anrd delivered. A. N. COVERT, Prp.
Dec. 26 amnd 27. limited to ,Dec. 2S,-
1891.
F'or the lttcttiing of the Grand Lotig
F'ree anid Accepteti11 sons of _tmchh- "-
g n a D e r i J a . 2 2 a n 21Ti c k e t s s o l d Jla n. 2 1 a n d 2 2 , I g n i t e td t o
return int later than Jan. 2, 195 D~H4
GR . 11 ENWOOD. 0 . A. \ - ARETIFBU
furac chal111Agndi ta t~ CIGARETTE SMOKERS %wtino ill - -'
ing to py a it tile more Wltics gin
1110 1ENA'i'-lA leasntt.site xxwit bchrged ot tueaoi in-ary Ii t' ai ariH ,'
Airac hetbah ad igt a $. illhamid THIS BRAND supc;Wmhllr lo 5'i.
11 ". state st. The Rihmoond Sirait Eat NI
TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. r i~t §I 7 lct
I iillo ,liid tgh ti ' r at cs GOLD LEAF
TILE WAABASH ItAlLIMAD) groiwnm toi iriti.
In conlnectiont lwithl the iSt. ' BEAE:FLMouis,.an b~'.'~
~tlt, tmat tilhe ie of nt the iauijfactrrs is
I Irn Aluntin &SouternRailay, below s oi every ,jg age:
Texas S. Pacific Railwa'~y, Illttrnation-
al &l';Great Northern Railroad, and t' e GA( ieal(, -I G r
Soutiierin Pacific Railwxay, knowits 1tMAC t 71IiV*lt
the "Only Titue Southern Rtoute," Las
ilaceedlill sri'idea rthrulust ep is
hs ls r H R&sleeping car* anitiMouit se , lt' in F
leaxing (Chicago tdaiy att 10:51) a. in, _________________________
vi t oi oLtl BcAn-r ER IMC.(ot Springs), Atstin, San ATtuoll I It is well beforte eavig hme v.1-tI
Laredo (wh-ere t irect connection is for busines r pea ssre., to decide n~o,
hotel and ther ey avid coialion
inantte with thirough Seepig car for when 30o1 visit etrot 1,3 (Stl byI,
Pleased ItoV),ao ou stop t.t t cll
the City of _M\exico),El.1aso 10s "Franklini IIouar4,w cor. IL~twe'
Angeles anId Sail Franicisco. This i adBtsSss hr oxw~l1mvu.0
and5 Beatand a lean bed ayt rii'isl irs/~-
the only line froit Chicago wxhic'h (canTt ho house has been renovateit'-illit' - --.
bottom, awlis mm-w in fuslt ckc+ ,.u,.S L.t
offer this excelent service. Call er l'secuitly,
write to any ticket agent of 10W-H. 1-
bash or connlectinlg lines for printed cas3c..ogu-,X.
matter showing timge, rote, raitts, des- eri<. 1."

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