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November 21, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-21

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
GLOVE SALE! GLOVE SALE!
the ppieipto gdte in'. Thy Another lot of those Street Gloves received, sold everywhere for $1.75 your ch)ice t is wee
the prescription clerk in s. T y edfor $1.25, all shades and sizes,
have lea-ned their business by hard CHOICE OF ANY HAT IN OUR WINDOW, $1.00.
at BO DISH & MATTESON, THE OUTFITTERSL 323. STATE.
Calkins' Pharmacy
NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
MN AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Have a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN-TO STUDENTS.

SECOND HAND BOOKS BOUGHT OR EXCIIANGED.

CARES EG A.57E13 TN' Wr== :B-30Srr S2tNY ~I.

SHEEHAN& Co.
UNIYERSITY BOOKSELLERS,
STATE STREET.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers 25c
a pound.
Sweaters and Gymnasium Suits.
Visiting Cards engraved on short notice.
SHEEHAN & Co.
University Booksellers, Stationers and
Engravers,
STATE STREET.
The Simplex Printer.
A new invention for duplicating copies of
writings and drawings.
From an original, an ordinary paper Swth
any pen, too copies con be mode. Fifcyj
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes.
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which is way below cost of
manufacture. The Printer is new
and can be seen at the office and
tri ed.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
In none ,o aFini Shoi isBat nw por-
certainctubs. 10 saths ft oS.0.tidies',Hfair
Dressing Parlor uipstairs.
J. . TROJANoWni, 3tE. Washington St.
PlATRIONIZE OWEN'S BARBER SHOP,
r I No.B East Iuron Street.
FIRST N ATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transacts ageneralbanking business. For-
eign exchange bought and sold. Letters of
credit procured Cfor travelers abroad.
P. BACH, Pins. S. W. CL ARKSON, Cashier.
ANN ARBOR-
I7J4 JiMUND1RY 600
28 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERvISS, - Manager.

-"- -2L- GILL..

Does not char the eick.
Has no bad odor.
Has never been in barrels-
It is pure carbon.
Delivered promptly.

Does not snke chimnes.
Gives a pure white light.
Is as white as istilled wate.
Gives light sithout smoke or odor.
Sold only by Dean & Co.

Will meet any price mane on oi.
44 South Main Street. .DEAN & COMPANY.
Ann Arbor, Mich.DE N & O irB I
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Five enthusiastic freshmen were
seen running around the campus
Dr. J. H. Jones, '93 medic, is in last night, getting ready for the
town f or a few days. .
,no.e.sinter-class football games.
Dr. C. N. Sowers, '93 medic, is There will be an examination in
in town for a short time. Domestic Relations for all one year
John Temple Graves speaks in men, wishing to pass that subject,
Jackson Friday evening. Saturday, Nov. 25, at 9 a. m.
The Unity club held an art social A meeting of all '93 men who
last evening in the church parlors. are now in college has been called
The expenditures on Yale's navy for Wednesday evening in Room 9,
for last year amounted to $13,902. to arrange for a class banquet.
An attempt was made to burn The second eleven lined tip
Harvard's side of the grand stand against the 'Varsity eleven for the
at Springfield. first time in a week or two yester-

-:WM _R. FUL DE,:
EInrST CLAss IYAILfOR,
Willi Strr, Fe, irstdrr rWcstof Stat, Street.
U. OF M. FLAGS.
Sterling Silver, enamelled in
,yellow and blue, stick pin
or catch pin. Price, $1.50.
IV. ARNOLD, eweler.
ffDOVIERS? fiOW ERS
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.
~L 26 5. Ctr. Av'r.
COUNS & HALLrorits Taeehone.ItIS.
Ie Japrner' and ie ckannizc r Huh
Captat s)o. Suptand Profits n7,00O.
Doesa aerrlta tin~bsinees. Pays titer-
eetc as Switgs Deposits. Has Safety
Deposit Boxes for reit.
R. KEMP, Pres. . . H. BELSER, Cashier.
Bank open saturday evening.

The University of Pennsylvania is
having a new lannch built to be used
in coaching the crew.
A. W. Tressler, '9j lit, has been
spending a few days in the city,
visiting old university friends.
No business was transacted at the
meeting of the p. g. laws Saturday,
owing to the lack of a quorum.
The first proof of the Varsity
picture was sent to Kansas City last
night for use by the papers there.
The Yale faculty has voted to
omit all recitations after 9-30 a. m.
on the day of the Harvard-Yale
game.
Young Carew,who was hurt in the
Toledo High school and Albion foot-
ball game Saturday, died Sunday
morning.
H. B. Asadvoriau, medic '88, is
surgeon for the Pleasant Valley
Coral Co. and Rio Grande Western
'Ry. at Castle Gate, Utah.

day, after some sharp signal practice. WI " ARE THE BEST.
Bowdoin will celebrate her one CIGARETTE SMOKERS who are will.
lag in pay a little mare than the pricer
hundredth anniversary next June. charged far the rdinary trade Cigaretie,
will fid THIlS BRAND superior toaallsithers.
The annual catalogue, published The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
last week, records 316 students,
CIGARFT
the largest umber in the history are made from the brightest, most delicate
of the institution, in ftavor, and highest cost GOLD LEAF
grown in virginia.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
It Shows Commendable Enterprise, that the name at the manufacturers as
helw iss oevery tpatage.
The Dartmouth speaking of the eT& E a 'aaCe e
hVrinkle makes use of the following Nia 44 elt c
complimentary remarks:
"Among our exchanges this week,G=
we greet with pleasure the "Wrinkle,"
of the University of Michigan, Vol. I,
No. 1. This is the only paper of its
kind received this fall. This paper
shows commendable enterprise and
good taste on the part of its editors, .. T LO
and we extend to it our hearty welcone.
It is an encouraging fact for those who
are looking for advances and improve- Has the newest Pall and winter woolens and
largest stoek in the city. You can get anay
ments of this kink, and it would seem selection you are looking for.
to be a move in the right direction if COME AND SEE US.
some other of our larger colleges could
be represented by similar publica-2
tions." 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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