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November 08, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

I+ YOU KNOW+
CALKINS'
CHOCOLATES
ARE THlE BEST.
If you don't, it's hecnuse you haven't3
tried them. You cant judge drugs bty
*the tatte. If you could, you woond
9know ours are the hest that eau he
Ibonught. We wioh you could.
Calkins' Pharmacy
3S.STATE STREET.

'-The Third Shipment of HODGMAN'S MACKINTOSHES Just Received.
FAT lEDON'T FI(TOSE -WELhPARTY $HOE$
J3olish & MattesoIj, Pw STATE STJREET.

M\J-OOE=REJ & Szw-Ernrl-oIRE,

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

Have a Full Assorti-ent of IJNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUIDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THlE USUAL IJISLOL}Ul'S GIVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND HAND BOOKS IS(LOLL Ill O E-" LNIAALI 0.

CARTFS -i-iA'trULDSPlBP/-ASS mas _' ST lS'ZSS

L: S )VES) I-V LOOKS~LLIS,
STATE STREET.
Soon ilSole ef Wr~iting 'lalleic;.
Fite ULea tantiNoe Wr/ticg1Papers, 25c
a pocund.
Swcaters cod GymttnasiumcSutl.
V'isitintg Crdsengravedcon short notice.
t/o ieitly Booksl/t , Sta'tinersanl
STATE STREET.
The Smle rinter.
A ntewc /ocentf'cccfor u/lictiCng coesco
wri00ttngstand rings.
Promtan oraignal, anorndinarey pperwec
aoy pea, sosocopiescacoo le toote.1'Filty
copies of typewieomanus cript scarodacetd
in 15 minutles, Send lo icercuas andosam
pleseof work AGEN"IS WANTED.
LAWTON & GO.,
22'scsey St.,New'tYoth.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Min connecticoc:tlfine Shtower Bathsc. te'tote-
ceclatn tlot. ,Wt bathos liceuS.o0. Ladies' Hiri
Dressing Parlor upstairs.
J. R. TitOJAOWtsccwt, 10 E. Waoscin.ton St.
P ATEONlIZE OW iEN'S BARBER~i SHOP,
No. 40EstRuotrteon Street.
FIRST N.11J lNAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Cnpitacl, $5i,000. SnrploustondProfits, $HiltS.
Transacts a genenal hunting btositness. For-
einexehangehought and told. aettersonf
credit procoted for travelers nbrond.
P. BACH, Fret. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashieir.
-ANN .ARBOR
IYIJ4 IsJUND1RY 600
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SESviss, - Manager.

JDocoolchtartheic/ct. Dots ttt/swokr chtt
11i 70) lbad io'. Oqts t yJtlc cti/c
I/to rot' litcc ittar rlc15/c[s hias d / itsh
11/ /o J~eCatrons. (,isirs lig/ct ?it cI/es
Dl/ire'dl t'col/. t bold/ ott/c/byjDccci

4 4 South Muin Street.
Ann Arbor, M9

IrS. D t'',.N&(C

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Spalditng is noon stodying at
Leipsit.
Prof. Dewvey examnotedl Iis tlass
in Political Pilllosophyl/ yecsterdiay.
Uci'stalian board moeetibngthctscccii-
iicg at 17 S. 'Thayer st., at 7 3o
o'clock.
Ptrcsitot Anigellstill nost lectucre
to hits class inIiniternoationoal Lasw
tfloToro.
'Thc class in Currecy atid Bank-
lng will be quizzcel next Tuesday on
J evnis, chapters S-t1, inclusive.
C. B. Allen, '93 lit, preaches ut
Sangus, a suburb of Boston, in con-
nectionswith liii theological stndies.
Next Friday evening will occur
the S. C. A. reception to the law
studtents by the wonoen of the asso-
ciation.
Mr. Mcartindlale gave the principal
speech yesterday iii the Great Ora-
tors' course. His subject ws
Crassus.
The classes iin American Consti-
tutional History are requested to he
p repared with blue books at the
next recitation.
The chapel service next Sunday
morning will he led by Mr. Long
and Miss Buck. Subject, "The
Salvation Army."
Wisconsin hat begun to move in
the direction of another debate with
Michigan. The Cardinal announces
for this evening. a meeting of the
committees appoited by the debat-
ing'societies to consider this matter.

A meeting of th
be called for nextS
ni. for ltce elertioin
'The finals is set
wiii be flayed thti
o'clock betwseen .1r1
antler.
ighit'v exaogcr~a
the tlallosvc'eii cli
Arbor continueto
rural capers of
states.
The prize oftersc
recently announeed
until Nov. T5- Poit
hlave already been r
lpetition.
Rev. Carrman, pa
Baptist church, h
charges here, and
for of the First B.
Springfield, Ohio.
Election day foe
suited as follows:
lurk A. C. o; Har,
A. A. o; Princeton
o; Wesleyan q, Ore:
Wisconsin stude
elated over the vict
urday. The celebr
included a honfir(
speech making, win
Indian war dance.
Miss Adele Sine
special student of S
died yesterday. Sl
ter of Mr. J. N. Sr
the iron departmen
ical engineering tat

ot slokt i). odir.L/oct . 1/Fla cPints 'et. tl
I &fCOo.FinteReirecling Donce.
WM. ARNOLD, Jeweler'.
DOMPANY. FO ESf VIiq
e senior lits still COUSI1N&tL tL, Florilt2, 'Telephonec11it
Satuirday at 2p
of class o fficers. IlJl' 'id'cd i5
on -ls sige Jjts afterboonltat l/ 0.' 'cccpi/,/ 0 ccci Prcccc/c ;"01. cl
Does".a0 "'trt' cca . i cc. / tt stcc't . P t er
iedmnicoandI Alex- cit on S:,%0 tOiIat-osicttos c. as a/coo
1oo it ccc'fo- rnt
1ItiE-lI P , 'res, F,'.H..EL SEl R1.11 ash'lr
Hankcopen Sc'tc ittcct/y'eening.
tect aceconts c _____of_____________
ebration onXAn
>romet in Irons
the nelghborin0 --..;-
Df the Sotlunder, RI(1IM
1hold good only tRM S-
my contributions + J Oy lRr ARE THlE BEST.
received in ton- CIGARETTE SMOKERS whco ace trill-
log to pacy a lttiemortan100the price
chareged lee the ordtnary tradle Cgarettes,
sloe of Ithe Iirst wililond THIS SBRANDsuperircaelllathera.
tao resigned his The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
will become pat- C1GARIYJPE3S
a tist church in nee made from lice brightest, most delicate
1too flavor, and tighoest coalt GLD LEAF
growti n Vieginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, attobsoteree
ttball games re- thca t tnamae eflice tmansfacturersasa
Yale 42, New helow is us every patcage.
yard so, SBoston TO UEy &cIjrs(7.9Ms ca! a o5A Co t
5, SOrange A. C. U eBRANCM , oRnrsussVoRttAla
scent A. C. o. 7=_=7
ants wtere much "
tory of last Sat-
'ation at Maditon The, Leading
eserenade and AI '
rding np with an .r O~T 1 OR
cots, who was a Has the newest Full and winter Woolens and
Prof. Trueblood's largent stuck in the city. Ton can 'etacy
seleetionnyou are lookinog for
he was a daugh-
noots, foreman of COME AND SEE US.
It of the mechan-
oratory. 12 E. Washington St., near Main.

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