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November 04, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-04

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CALKINS
CHOCOLATES
ARE THE BEST.
IIf you don't, it's tecaose you havent
tried them. You caottincdte drugs by
Ste taste. If you cold, you s oo'd
9know ouro ore tee tootthat cntbt
I tooghlt. We with you could.
Calkins' Pharmacy
34 S. STATE STREE'I.

TEE U.. OF M._DAILYt.
PFERRIN' S ELK TANNED
r'--- GLOVES AT TilE THE OLITFITT.ERS.
SOLE AGENTS foe Hodgman Mackintosh, Voumans, Silverman's, White's and Eoeleff's Hats. Watee-
Itouse Neck Goods.
Johnsloe & Marphty's FOOT WEAR
Wright & Richlards' I "I
Ks Jpowdish&Matteson,5 - STATE STREET.

JVEOQIE~EJ & W~WJ~OI~BJ,

NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM,

la we a Full Assortmtent of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, Rod all kiiuttis of STUIDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer att the Lowest Picees.

THlE USU At.DIStt)UNT" GIVEN '10STUD'CENTlS.

SECOND IIANO lBOtSd OtlIi 'O : II ANGEDO.

C.ARS BNTG ~ AVSXD T NEI -:PrISIWS IYZT.IS.

8 WEA TEP8,
AND
SFoot Ba!!
GOODS.
$Sheehan Qo.'
Theimplex Printer.
At new~t iiittictt foreiii ic lt' ui ; cosot
Iro eve oruigtnal, on ordtnaryaeyr wtth
oily ycntoo conists'can Ite mule. ifty
in 15 ninttiis, fifeFrcirctlars atndlsait-
plescf wott. AGE' IS Id VNIJEI.
LAW TON & CO.,
2VCSt'St ,No' Voera.
0. K. EB.IRER SHOP.
c55 n cioitests't 'it ifiicer laths. itewm o
irait tubs. 8 atmlts fteort45.J.sLtdes' Htvir
Dressing Parilor u0a1.1
flATRONIOEN' t iRF SHOP,
(I Nod 4East IfurntsStreet.
FIRST 'NAT'IONAL BANK
OF ANN AEBOR.
Capital. R50E00.. Surplus tied Preo Ets, 000
Trasaets a generalhbaiing tbusiness. tFor-
eign excthanige bought and sold. Letters uf
credit p encored ;'or travelers ahroud.
P . mACId, Prcs . S. W. CL AEKSON, Cashier.
ANN ARBOR-
1Tr1-47{JAI i LN1D1RY 605.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVK.,
E. S. SEEVISS, - Manager.

1 DjT . OI...wi 5'll io bt et I ir.tot tcest ofSteit it.
Doets ?titolcthe tic 1/. DThu Ittt ssifo etcttittyt. . !_T1 O RV1 OKC=
I/to tts cl eei n b ".gel;.s0its 1/it (lciit lled011111/c S'11. U. 01' Al. S'ltg Pins.
1)1./0 1) olpjsttl/. Sold otnly tby Ialest o i . bu ipitIoe
ilmetny pie deot lWM."A RN OLD, Jeuweleor.
44SuArnneArbor, Mick. DEAN & COMPANY. FDOVsIE > S FiQ OWfgS
NIEST NOE. A. S. Calkin, C. I . '91t, isassist- CQJ I HAL~ L. r1orito l, p
Prof. TIhomtpson lectetis to the ant city enginecr at Joliet, Ill. ,
Law tiMonday. Mr. Whtitesidle, the tragotit, ast jetitti t'I' lfFlumfrs St'jjS hli
1t1e guest ttf J. C. Tlravis, ',1 latw, lidiht~ i
I re'. Ang1ell swat itt Detroit Wed- il l(iibsn rerliy1 )lita rrit 1 III 0. )111 III/ 1111jilits017,0111.
itestday, toltofficial buitiness. 'Those taking Aesthetics thit your 't0111 's ilts Iii(l~its. Hasi Sattiy
alcorooialscet etstDptif 'yui s f~-or re't11.
'ii srnuia will be ecsetd /from1 exainationl I.1 Is MI'ticrs. 1'. I-(. till, aI, Liir
this eveing at 7:30, in room 22. Ba iwnu titlill lily 'citti.
* l'te ttrinotoicl Sciey tillprovidled their attendaince' is regular,
'Tie Astiroom icloitywllandl uponltpresenting thteses.
meetin oom22,to-igh, at 7:3 _92 Glenn C. Chapmlan, lit. ' f2,-fo
'fle tanlyeuerdy paclcedsig merly asistant managing editor of
nals. Tile annloying croswd twas the h.stiV, is in toiwn, the guest of
small. Charleo Toiwle. C QN Y,
lHon. George A. Cody, lit. ,7 itMr. H. J. Blroiwn will address the
member of the btiard of iitors, is Young Peop~le's Vepe to-morrow ARE THlE BEST. 4
-in towsn. night, in St. Andrews' Chapel. CIGARETTE SMOKERS to are will-
'Tile Alpha Noutwill hold a good Hour of service chlanged front6:30 lhedtsfsoyrtle risoyae cga etisie
prograni this evening- iiusic and to 6.45. willlind This GRAND superior toalothers.
debating. Mr. Blatavia was down in Detroit The Richmond Straight Cut No. I
The freshnman dents held a meet- yesterday to secure an umpire and CiGAR.'"I'E
ere mode from the brighstesti, moot delieate
itig yesterday to elect officers ald referee for the ganle. He succeed- is flavsor, atid highesstcout GOLD LA
adopt a yell. ed in obtainining the services of E. grows in Virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. ansd observe
Sunday taorning, in the S. C. A. Sibley and N. G. Williams, Jr. thotthResouse of thlesmanufacturersas1
chapel, Prof. 'Willits opeakcs on the Prof. Stanley entertained his class below sran05every spackage.
"Greatest Victory." its the History of Music yesterday, t ~ IyA .ce 5e CssN'saCCseCa
Princeton plays Pennsylvania at by playing on the piano rmelodies of f-U RANtCH-f' euurnrsOsSVtitGI1A
Manheim, Pa., and Cornell, Har- the ancient peoples, on the music of-
ward, at New York, to-day. whom lieIlas been lecturing for the Or, ..
'rTe Freshmen held a meeting past few weeko.
this morning for the purpose of at- Dr. H. L. Willett beginu a series The Leading
tending to committee matters, of sermons at the Church of Christ,
A meeting looking toward the to-morrow evening, on "The Church -4PP +tsTA1 LOQ
eformation of an independent tennis and the Problem of the Day." His
association was called for this morn- first sermon will be on "The Church Mao the newest Fsill and Wliter twtoleny qid
ing. --Young Men." Dr. Willett is a largest stock in she city. You can get any
Students of the Cleary Business favorite of young men wherever he slcinyuaeloigfr
College, of. Ypsilanti, indulge in has been heard, and this series of COME AND SEE US.
gld-day sports, at the fair grounds, sermons promises to be one of ex-
to-day. ceptional interest. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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