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October 28, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY. _____
+B~OOM$' 4 +-ThatAdvert'ein the U. of Al. DAILY, +
ISaturday, Oct. 28th,.powdis'h & atesoij,
Calkins ' P harm acy SrFMV S 2JvEY]2-
jooI & c x E NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
I-ave a I1ull Assortment of UNIVERISITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THlE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN T0 STUDENTS.

SECOND HAND LOKS UOLCILT OI E"XIIA NED.

CUA TE,=S =I -RATTIJD ThaTKO 13 PS'S PSZYES.

The Simplex Printer.
A new inentien for dupl icatin copies 01
writings ald drawings.

irlin unrLnp lh Porceluin tNicketlotlted illerLampN. er J505 .5 'CI. T ILO
Shd 5 drtl,l'I3l.Wilialtrectt-le-.tdeea- Weter tate Steet:
Nictel Pltted Roa el Lampi, Na. 0, ecnter Nickel PI-teed Roeseter LamopN:, center______________________
dralt,It U. edraft, '.25.
Niekel Piated Tale Lamp, tao. 1, crter Nickel Plated Gereman Student Lannyt, Emc- Z ZOc OOT
traft, $1.25. areas, V. 5.
Nickel tlated Pale Lampe, Na. 2, center Nickerl Plated Gernman Studrnt Lamap, Per-
dealt, $1.5. fection ei.a..Stlow and lteBttonst,
Nicel Plated Jana Lateep, No .2, center Nickeel 'toted Ceratian Student Lampt, Prin-' U. at 21. Flab Pius.
draft, $L.75. cesm-," $.50. Pine tietpaeetag eane,
Btand Latnt. ,Bracket Luaps, Libtrary'Lamps,. ha ntaet Sceene. Piano Lampse. New-stylea

and avtorte-licee theanla-tsaa-hanExainour ieott efoeteyen , and saveti nncy

44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

Eroan atorigieal, aneardinary tpatprer wthe
arty pete, ioo con~ies cta be made. Fitty
copiet of typeeweteteremnuscrjit roue
in15 mites-, Sendforecirculastendsm
plesof work. AtUNtS it Nill.
LAWTO"N &Co.,
--ON- l
Monday-7- October 3oth
e wllI issue an editian of :2501.
copies of
THE' DAILY
Which willto thoroughly
distrihutedi among the students
and wii thus furnish the host
method for student advertis-
ing offered in the city. Ad-
vertisements will he received
up to
8P..". SATURDAY.
Fee Eaten apply at Ike
DAILY OFF-IisCE
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.

UNIVERSI'TY NOTES.
Cantetallet at 3 o'clock shtarpi.
D). I3. Cahnl, lit 'Sy ls atcing
lawv ittClicao.
lProf.h ecitettileeltures to ilte late
steetleats i n ttlv.
Mliss Grace Antiersowi, lit '9_t, in
tee'hi itit h lis -ea.
'Plee juntior late election occurs
taco weeks fromtotday-.
Work on thte new' recitation bud-
tng in progressitng rapidly.
J. Donovan, lutw 'gi, in editor of
Ite Tribune at Gladstone, Mtiche.
Miss Kate Fletcher, lill '95, is ex-
pected In retain to college next se-
mester.
MiussiMarguerite Conk, 'gi, of the
D~etrnit High School, is visiting in
lice city.
The setuinary course in currency
and bunking hteld its first mceetitag
Tuesday.
Dr. Cobern will speak at te Sunt-
day aftertnon meeting in Univer-
sity honsicital.
Henry lBrenner, lit'S9, iu teaching
mathaematics in the Chticago Manual
Training Schonl.
G. E. ReycraftI, wit '96 taedical
class lat year, is attending the De-
troit Medical College.
A workman fell from thte roof of
the dental building yesterday and
was qucite seriously hurl.
Miss Frillie G. Beckwith, lit '94
has given up her college work and
expects to attend the New York art
school oneltyear.

Missa Cathcerine Codd, lit '95,
hcopes to ret-toe leer work in tile
Utieretity nitt 1se'roster.
Miss :SIycyI. Cooley, lit '};, is
speettingithte water1-c t-itter sister,
Mrs. Ike Ante nDtot
C. I].Depuy, lit'tgt testeeachaitg
NIechtateicalEi aneeringe teathe Clii-
1.1o 0Matnual ITraitni'n School.
Thlos. ken ,lit '91.andlpresitdent
of thee S. I. A. ic'go-'ga, ts prac-
ticing law in Washintgon, D. C.
Several U. of 1I. students whco
have been etmployed at the World's
Fair wiii re-enter school next wveek.
'96 mnedics fininsed their election
of officers yesterday. Miss Jennie
Hall twas elected secretary, atidH..
E. Swceatland treasurer.
Tice Oracle Doard wiii nit for a
conmposite photograph this after-
stoon, wvhich will be publisiced as a
f rontispiece in that paper.
R. P. Lancont, lit '9z, is chtief
engineer for Shailer & Schioglan,
engineers and contractors, in thte
Phenix Building, Chicago.
The Mathcetmatical Club wilnmeet
Saturday evening, Oct. 2S, in Room
no, Civil Etnginceerincg building.
Mr. Cole wiii give a paper on Cal-
culating Machcines. Election of of-
ficers.
Mr. Geo. H. Pond, of the Ann
Arbor Courier, will speak before
the Young People's Vespers in St.
Andrews' Chapel, to-morrow at
6:30 p. m. His subject is, "The
First of the Great Triad.'

WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
E I 11 , Floisit, "Telephoe' t5a.
11 M116 4 slId TVI iws~jl11
taitl 1 t'.5lttl Jeeitl 1t" -
Dots"Ejr~ ~i et t- -ntErlea-- lete'-
_It tl -' 0 l e It aot it - cs esa ety
i I terti-. I f a. a} tit tat)rr l t. o le
R. %:iI . r' Ir' t B-'ESe RCasier
~TM ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS whtsaee well-
ing In pap alittle mane titan Ite price
citaeged folee Ierdilnarp teade Clee.reltes,
ceikaiid THIS BRAND auperor eaileikes.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
CIGAIRETTES
aee made frtheieghtest, attst delieate
in flaevee, and lhigkesitealstGOLD LEAF
grown in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, end oteseree
Cleat tkenaeeofIkemantufatureeeaas
kelaoe is aa every package.
Te cGi~j 4MaIcAsIfaannt~accz

The Lecdinsj
mezaT AL OR
Hea the nlewest Sell and Weeteer Woensean ed
laegest stoek in ta he c'. Yv ansaet eny
neleetion you are luoneefoAu
COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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