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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

XjHoA INT(I At the G rand Opera House.
Time Table (Revised) Nov. 18, 1894. "Jane," thei beet of b'roliinan's col-
EAST. WEST. idies, ilil have its first presentation
Mall and Exs... .3t Maill-_______A.43lit the Grand Opera House next Mton-
N. Y. Special.... 5 15 N. Y. Specal---- 730 day evening. 'The plaiy is one of tli .
Easters Es---10 25 N. S. Limited. 5 232
A. M. PacheicEx-------z12 1, best of its kind on thed roaid today,
Atlantic Es _. 7-47P. 1 M d
D. N. Express._5-40 Westers Es.. 12 an cral ily oiie of liii imost poiu-
0. It. Expreosn_.11 05 iChi. Nt. Ex-.--00 25 laii. It deserves its poipularity, foi- it.
G.tl.Ex....3---515
0. W. RUooGLES, ,I. VHAYES, is clean anti ainusing. FrolIthe no-
0. 1' & T.iN t, Chicafo. Agt., Ann Arbor. iielt the curtain rises cii the first act
/ A " 7until it falls at tic- end of the play.
1T., .A. A.. & N. X. R Y. thet audience is in consttnt roair. 'The
Taking effect Sunday, Ant. 1, 1894. results of Jaite,!s tdual life arc ticyi-f-
Trains leave Ann Arbnr on Central Stand.
ne d time. feet of Slhakltolis idiotic trotolicsity
soo. n" oewn. to brag labole i Carriage, cauisethe
7:18 a. m. "7:15 a. m. ftn ' rfmiec s0W ll
*12:2a p. m. 11:30a m un. Thilie I .la :isoeita
4:15 p.mir. 0:00 p. m. shotuld be seei by all wiltsijoy
*Trains run between Ann Arbor and Toledo laughilig. Tb ch:cmptaniy is Strcom.
o.All trainn daily except Sunday.
W. I1. BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo 0. Aet Kt a-igo.tl os fod
} Q tjst as wvickedl is ever, wastiecet-
ANN ARDOR &_YPSILANTI ST, RY. iraltfigulrteandl thelimost ale chalracter
Time Table, October 7,,1894. tCabin"' at the oplerai hotise last iiiglit.
Leave Ypsilanti from Congress st., 7:00, 9:00 TPopsy still insists 111:11 sir-,was iever
and 11:00 a. in.; 12:45, 2:15, 5:0O, 0:45, 9:00 and
10: 30 p, m.born, athatl~t shie "nevi-c had tic
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 7:30, 9:30 attdlfather 110 llltlllr, noisister., no trotloer
11:3ia.mi.; i:15,2:5,5:3,7:i,:0and11:top.m. '
SUNDAY TIMIE. nior had eveii ai yi,-loa doi."-he
L.eave Ypsilanti from Congress st..1:30, 3:30.,tplay tdriw ai inimlenoc iadiece. NVil-
5:00, 0:30 and 9:00 p.mrr. imCry asnacoptbe-Vel
Leave Ann Arbor Janction, 2:00,4-00,5-30,hmUlr a nlcetbi-tr:
1:00 antd 9:30 p. m. Til, exceipt whie-i: I: Oiig-, :i( MaIr-
Cart ran on citytime. Pore: tingl rp1
crats; rousnd trip ticketa s cut i ri 5tics- ytilated Autlllit Sh~liawlEri-l.
WMI. F. PARKER, Snpt. Evat Bell plaiye-ulall e-fectiiigEr.
p'lliThosinginigoft thLoie- sitir Qua~rtet
FLOWr YERiS, FLOW YERS was highly Ill s-lilgto tll i:uldisnc:-.
For Everything and Everybody. ThleIpiecie:tltogi-ihl-rwill Cbine- ty
COSN ALfoit,2s.Uelvhone 1yavr. the Stef-sol Coiili-tioii Chester
Leadler.
The NOTICES.
M. P'. S. ASSOCIATION.
Cliover L..eaf I will meect studetlis wishiiigltijoli

BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Notices Inserted in tbis column at tbe rate
nf 5 cents per linie. Special rates tsr longer
time, and extra lines iun:isbed by applying
at tbe 1DAtY office.]
1'O THOSE W1O EATr.
Shoultd a party of 1t0 or less from
aniy fraternity wish excellent bcord
for $2.50 peraweikthey can1 Icolio
hotter thaln a111111t5-\1o. 17 E. thive-
sity ave. A bralndl new tabile waits
for yotu. M1RS. 1L. S. IITEII.
TO tRENT-A niclely furnished fronlt
suite of roons. Furnuace lheat. 7:3
E. Washington st.
A palrty tif live eciniotin liirot
classs fatmiily tioard alit iS. Div-ision
st. for $2.50 per week. Call1:1111dllmake
TO RENT.
A pleasant, large suite of roois avith
furnaco heat, light antI bath. Price
$4. 11 State st.
THtI-4,LAST TERCA
At Grangers and Mrs. Fosters danc-
lug schools fsr this se ason commnlce-c
hext week. Tickets for eiither sechcol
can ho obtained at the Daisy oftice at
greatly rcduced prices.
STA:SIP COLLECTIONiS.
We wvant Is buy stamop collectious
and awill paty caish for the satelon11
receipt if price askedl is satisfaictory.-
Collectionls should be sent by regis-
tered msail or express witi: letter naum-
ing price under neparate covir. We
send superior approval.shleets tore
sponsible parties.
WV. J. 7AWSIRENCE & CO.,
Kalamuazoo, Mic:.
A CtHEAT' TRIP TO JACKSON-
VILLE.
A party cf ladies and gentlemnen is
being organlizedl to leatve Ann Arbcr
Satturdaiy, iMarlchi 1, for ca two aveeks"
trill to .alaescuville, tla.. and return.
The private car "City of Ann Arbor'
avill carry thie party through anti aill
ho tised for Idining and11sleeplinutlr-
11001s durillg the entire trip.
Thic rate fccrlthe routnd trill fromli
Ann lArbor avill.he olty $612.50, andi
andi meals for135 ldly-s.
A s0011 will he lmalde at Chaitanooga
to enablo leillihcl of the patty to
visit Lockout Mocuntain. Stoplsawill
he msade at other pointls that the party
may decide:-uponi.
III case of faiilure to orgalnize a party
of 18 the trip will hot he Imalde.
Writo It. S. G~reenwcod, Agent T..
A. A. R N. st. fly., ait Ann Arbor for
tickets 111d reservationis of berths. etc.
Comopefent servants will accompany
ear on entire trip.
tt. S. GRlEENWOOD, Agft.
WX. H. BENNETT, G. P. A.

Sec the i110w 255 utodels. They are-
leade:rs. WX. T. Apnntdoe IandNV. Cam.
ManeIster,' ag enhs 45 ,William st.

Route

W".-Please keep in mind the Toledo,
St. Louis & Kansas City Rt. R.,
The Clover Leaf Route, "Fast
Line" for St. Louis, Mo., 'and the
West and Southwest leaves To-
ledo Union Depot at 5 p. m.
daily, arrives New Union Station
(the largest in the world), St.
Loois early next morning.
CONNECTION WITH ANN ARBOR
and M4'ichigan Central lines at
Toledo.
Buffet Reclining Chair Cars Seats Free
and Vestibuled Sleepers with-
out change.
C. C. JEN~KIN S.
General Passenger Agt., Toledo, 0.
D3IETAS & SCHANZ,
"U. OF 34. TAILORS
Our Spring and Summter Woolens
are now on sale. Prices Low.
Call and see uls.
48 S. Mnate st.. Second Floor, Ann Arbor.
22 Years in the Business. -4
CITY -LAUNDRY,
X. X. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
MERCHANT TAILORIN(*!
CleanIng, PressIng and Itepairing
done neatly by
AUGs. SCHOEsfffWALI'- 26.E.'Washingtn
EXCELSIOR f LAUNDRY !
24? EAST HURON STREET.
Ghoed Work Guaranteed. Gleeds called for
and delivered. -A9.COVERtT. Prep.
AWN ARBOR.
STEAYE DYE WORKS.
Ladles' and Genie' Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
8 W. HURON ST., ANN ARBO3.

thic Stieligan PoliticailSe-ence n-so-
ciatioii, ini the small taiom off the: cast;
semnalry rooma of tCeli- birary !my
afterniohonxcept Satutay between-:i3
aind 4 o'clock.,Ti mttemtbhershiip fei
is $1, avhichm entitli-s to the three 111111-
bers of the plhicationis alrc~edy is-
stied. C. H-. COOLE Y, ':1 ia.
Tile semii-aninual milling of tho:
stckholidi-is of Cue iWrinklie Publish-
ing a~ssociastion ilihioccur Saturday :at
2 p. iii. i 12001,1.lawo bmilding.
All thloe iiihclitd in the 11:11-
licatiohi of tile hater, lie desiriing011
ry for a hple oii timebcardl si~huldibe
present'. II.CH. SMITHt,
S:ecretary and 't'reasurer.
Mrs. hMarie,1-iiidzi --formel-ly tromi
Niev You-k, is orgaiiiig classis in
voaistl musie- ill(]piaii orll', :11and is alsoi
opeii to ce11g1171e-its fiir- conclert, hill-
termls ripplly a:10-1(1 S. 'Miu st.
TO lRENT.
A suite of rootiia aith heat and light
at 25 E. Jefferson st.

-j t>emcr i;i
POP: MAhiO ATIiT 4.GO,
51 a t , - e.~w
A: Aft CatlognelfColoobtn rc 5I. W:cc(n
ainypCoxwlni:Agec,: .'1 tw ui o
i-so z-icntx el~la ells, txo, ofitS . : lej
HnoBcleTHlE WABASH RU [
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.,
TEXAS,
LOS ANGELES
-AND-
SAN FRANCISCO.
New Texas andl California Sleeping
Car Line.
THE WABASH AND IRON MOUNTAIN RYS.
Have inaugrated a new Daly Line of
IlUST CLASS SLEEPERS from
CHICAGO TO UAREDO, TEXAS,
ia, Little Reck. Malver, Texarkana. Pal-
etie, Astin and San Antnnio. Passengers
foar Hlot Springs hae only one change of earn
(at Malvern, 9:5 a. m. next day), arrivig:
at blot Spriregs PAt IlS a. m. Six bers te
iquicklest ittroa'a bleping ar line between
Chicagos ad Mialvern. Alan daily line nr
Tourist Sleeper, eaving Chlcemge on same
train, through to SniiFrancisco via Las,
Angeles, Cal.
For maps, tiekets and lll infrmaton,
apply to
. H. GREEN J. HALERMIAN,
Michign asaxa.Ag. Tra. Pams. Ag
TICKET OFICE: 201 Clark s., C7IICAGc-
F. H. Tritram, P. E. fDombaugh,
Cn. PasAg. Pams. & Ticket Ag,
Cor. 7th ave-and Smith- 37 adIson st.
firld st - ePitsbug, Pa. Tledo.O..
Platiotypes
ThE fAT - fHIFIG N-
PHOT O GRAPHYV
-.AT-
BERRYMAN'S,
6 1. Huron st.
SPECIAL RATES TO SENIORS..
REUBEN, H., KEXdPF,
rom the lteyal Cos rvatoy,
tnatgar, Geraaay, -
Teacher of? Piano, Organ andi Xuasca.
Copositio; slso the Art of
Studle S2_$ l iisina St,An Arbor. Blob1

$1.25 FOR ALL COLLEGE NEWS $1.25
U. of M. DAILY
will be delivered at the your room the remainder of
the college, year for only $1.25.
SUBESO:)REIBENOW
At Daily Office, Times Block, at Stoffiet's News Stanf,-
or at Paul Myers. State+ st., News Stand.

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