TuI; U (lM. TD)AILYJ
DINING AIND LUNCH ROOM,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class board, $2.50 per week.
Lunches at alil hours.
Oysters in every style.
Fine line of Confections, Cigars, etc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
-.-IS OFFEIIN G-
~ eelaI Va] ue5UndcrwecPr
BLACK INDE11W ;Alt AT X1.5, 2.00 AND'M).0
4 T A i4~ I3AItG.IN SIN I NISEZAEAII AT ;sic ANMW
6iSouh al Pt qStreet. 44S at1SStaaeStret
UNIX LRSIXELEXT-BOOKS,: . .WID
MedcalBooksLaw BSoks, BlANK l3sc"s, Ai'i10iN"sMTV -
All Bookscusidin itySciocis. SuetNoeI' iooks andcPdsDraft- Is shoicntg the Largest Stock ef F1lii)rss Settings in themkto.E~
CopeeLice of Sporting lGcods. it"Y lush innits. hels t send nucveltecin ioutic cccinc
Large Stock oit Founitaini lens. A Warrainteci Foutin Petn(Golil) fir X1.5t No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. HIi. /1
JAESMSTFORITHE LARGEST STOCK, BUSTJINESS PIllECTOR1.
JADES M. STAFFORD,- rnhun
The best place to get a
MADE TO ORDER
18 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICH.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
+ BENHUR +
Tableaux of Murvelos esstiy.
i1,400 Squise'Feet st Cant-as
Flegat Sceneryail Cocstucies.
See the (treat Ghariot taen.
From BiE1111, Gecn. bLtt Wallace's
G rust Noelc.
Thursday and Friday Evenings,
January 15 111d(116.
FORl TIIE3IIENEFIT OF TILE
LADIES LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
The east cfidby membiern at theUntivrrity.
Enthiutiantic iaudienrus uverywhuru. Don't
atlas the treat of thu suason.
Aedmsission 50c. Children 25c.
Reuserseid tents without extra charge at the
Postoffice News Stand.
UhLA1ViL I VAh1ILITY aLUWtL i flmbL
On LAMPS, in this city. You will save moneyl by buying of tis. 0Our
"iRED) ST R " OIL ihasno equal, burns without odor, or
charring of wick sod gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10 cenits iser galilon, delivered to any part of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
pEAN & co.
Edgar Alien Poe. has hero eiected
president of thte senior class at
D~r. Markley will speak on i"Col-
lege Meic atndChcurchcAWork,"ill
Suttday mninig cicapel.
Profs. Waiter and Winchtell did
excellenctly well in lihe performnscce
of lice shcow last nigiht.
F. A. D~orrance, dlent, 'gi, is re-
covering from nt illness whcich ice
hcas heels sufferinlg tile last week.
Thcere wilt he a umeeting this even-
incg frott five to six in AdelpiiHail,
for lice purpose of organizincg a chcess
J. At. Cries, of the Phcarmacy de-
pcartmnit, has gone to Salt take
City, whtere liestill take charge of a
Prof. Scott still give aipaiter ion te
"'Consfession~ of a Visualist'" at ther
It'hiological Society next Wednces-
Tlie Junior Dlents had their cx-
atminations ott Antatonty, yesterday
mnlling. Tihey replort it as beiiig
an extra easy onie.
11. 1). Warnler, 'gi lit, has goice to
htis itomle in5 Jackson to be present at
thce fantily reunion in honor of hsis
father's fiftieths birthsday.
A subscriber wishtes to know why
thse co-eds do not start a journal of
some sort. An annual published by
the junior class would not be a bad
Drc. Henry C. Adans, of thce Uni-
versity of Michigan, reach a paper on
"Motderns Civilization,'' before tice
'True Conmnonwvealthc Club, at Washc-
incgton, D). C., last nighst.
'rTe Ann Arbor street railwvay
runs a special car whiichS nakes con-
nection at tihe end of Wasictenaw
ave. wtith thce trains oisthte Annc Ar-
bor anld Ypsilanti railroad.
Onse of our freshmuen rushced across
the street tile othser evening to find
that twvo supposed cats were nothing
niore than the shcadowus cast by the
hleads of two men whto were passing
at thse tinme. 'Tooi Freshc 4
Judge Maxwell of the Nebraska
Suprense Court hcas given fo the
Nebraska students of thce senior
class in thse lawy departmenct, collies
of hsis twvo works. 'Thce only condi-
tion thce judge ancnexes to his gift is
that the boys nmake use uf theni.
'rue organcization of thce quiz club
mientionced us Wednesday's issue is
tite result of thte generous gift.
At the Unity Club next Monday
nighst, January 19g, Prof. S. F. IPeck-
hanm, of Pirovidlence, R. I., will read
a paper on "Tise Origin and History
of Petroleum," with illustrations.
In addition sometihing novel will be
1res-anted before the club. It is to be
an "Operetta," entitled III Jacobi,
or the Poisoned Peanut," in charge
of thte Misses Eddy. Great prepa-
rations ihave been made for this ope-
retta, and something very interest-
ing is expected.
WM. ARNOLD. 0-R,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL '
S6SMAIN STRIEET, wales
S c atninadtot repairing e>
M. W . BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, At
ART GOODS. 105'west RtSog
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manuaturer atand dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAW EDLUWO
Cur. Fourth and Depot Ss.
46 SOUTH IMAIN ST.
Repairing a specilty.
DEALER IN ii
Cloth Caskets, Mfeta1lP
AND COMMON COFFINS
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALS 0'IUS RACK AND) BA(;LSACE L
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakhers and dealurs n S ed
Groceries, ProvisionsFiour anfood,
Band 8 E. Washington St.
]LADIES' and GENTWS' O
Repairing neatly donu. 43 S. Main St
-ACADEMY OF DANCIN0,4
Opposite Law fluildi'19'
Puipilswililie rent-itedcit any tine de
ML ID MIMIa7n
22 Ex. HURON STREE~T,
ANN ARBIOR, mi11011 yyy
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OF ALL BINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENTS
Cheap Collections a Specialty'
Famous5 Satan Spar and otherMl¢eIs
Shell Jewelry and Novelt1e
always ill Stock.