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November 27, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

The proprietor graduated In '84 and
the prescription clerk in '90. They
hare lea-ned their hasiness hy hard
study, Whsat they hnosr is at your
disposal at
1Calkins' Pharmacy

\GLOVE SALE!1 GLOVE SALE!
Another 'o, of those Street Gloves receivedt, sold everyswhere for $1.75youar ch )ioe thswcek
for x+1.25, all shorten and sizes,
CHOICE OF ANY HIAT IN OUR WINDOW, X100
EO PISIILt MATTESI,-THE OUTFITTER, - 828. STATE.

&W2Mr-lvO EJ

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

Have a Full Assortment of UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all kitnds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THtE USUAL5 t iOsit (N'r GIEtN TOI STUDENTS.

SECOIND) tAND JtOtERS 1BOUGHjt'OR E IiIANSIIO.

C.ALRDS E AVREXD1-)SN'TBL E ESTr Sc'ZSIEJS_

UNIVE RSITY BOOKSELLERIS,
STATE STREET.
Special Sale of Wsritin g Tahlets.
0Fine Liness and Wore Writing Papsers. 250
a pound.
Sweaters and Gymnasiuns Suits.
Visiting Cords engraved on sort notice.
SHEEHANT& Co.
University Roohsellers, Statiossers and
Engravers,
STATE STREET.
The Simplex Printer.
A new inoention for dlupicating copies of
writines antI draweings.

Hocs sot c/soc I/se tick. JDoeosotss/cce c/s
Hso sbhostodor'. Giceosa prcwhile
Jfs vr c bceersinr bms" s o s ilo as disti
It is 5pur cacrcbors. Gieisliyt//sthi/out
Delivecrd 1r'osptty. Soldlonrly by Deasn
will mtt atiricssyermade ouseois.
41 South Mlain Street. E N
Ann Arbor, Mich.D A

From an original, aru ordinary paper withls
any pen, 100 espies can he made. Fifty'
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minutes.
We will sell this nmachine for only
$5.00. which is way below cost of
manufacture. The Printer ia newl
and can be seen at the office and
tried.
0. 1K. BARBER SHOP'.
to cosnetion: F inn Shower Bathss. new por-
aelass tubs. 3it s oforMOO.0.Ladies' Hair
Stressing Partor rstairs.
J.R.TeROJssoswsr, 3asE.WashingtsonSt.
FIRST NJATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, &50,000. :Surptus and Profits, 8;30000.
Transacts a5gfnnenalhbaning husiness. Fer-
eign exchange bought and told. Letters of
credit proured for trasveleroshroad.
P. BAChI, Prens. S. WCLARKSON, Cashier.
PALACE + BARBER"+ SHOP 0~
And Bath Rooms. W. 14. OWEN, Prep.,
NO. 4 East Hurona St.. Oppoite Court
House. lint, Cold rind Sea Salt Baths. Por-
celain tobs.
ANN ARBOR-
1TM7IJA hJ1tND1RY 600
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.-, ;
E. S. SaRvoss, - anager

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The football team will arrive
horne this noon.
There are 5-50 voices practicing
in the choir for the Mills meetings.
A nusmber of Kansas City boys
won bets on She Michigan-Kansas
game.
Mr. Lloyd spoke at the Voung
People's Vespers of St. Andrew's
church lust night.
McMillan Hall is open from Still
G p. tm., instead of from2 till 5, us
stated in the DAILY of last Friday.
R. R. Merrill, lit '92, is a mem-
ber of the Merrill, Ring & Co.
wholesale lumber firm, at Toledo,
Ohio.
The Sunday Chicago papers con-
tained write-Bps of the Michigans
teams, with cuts of some of the
players.
Rev. A. S. Carman, of the First
Baptist church, yenterday preached
his farewell sermon. He goes to
accept a pastorate at Springfield,
Ohio.
The independent co-edo of the
senior class will meet this noon at
half past twelve in Room A to elect
representatives to serve on the Cas-
talianboard.
The S. C. A. will give a New
Entgland, reception on Wednesday
evening at eight o'clock. All from
New England states are cordially in.
'yittd to be present, whether they
rbcthive'a special invitation or not.

The general Thut
(of the churches wil
(Presbyterian church
Rev. Mr. Youngc
church will preach1
Miss Jessie Itros
will lecture this eve
land League coui
Characters in Dick
also lecture tomor
the same course.
Rev. Ohlinger,
sionary, has placed
ly Marl in the librai
It will be interests
studenta and Shoo(
missionary work.
A meeting will b(
Room A at one o'cl
intending to accoml
Chicago on Thank;
will be necessary ft
order to secure tht
$5.00.
A nssmber of stt:
taking cross-counts
few Saturdays. 'The
about five msiles in
The participants
pleased with the
have organized the
and Hound club.
was elected presid
Wilcox, treasurer.
become a member I
itiation fee of so cE
urer at 96 E. Ws
This entrance fee i.
providing scent for

W.R. FULDEa
--1-IVWilia t ret,,is t. dottt r t rlofStrateStret
;istriscs. U. OF M. FLAGS.
i/lcd wte/r.,
sosolt~ ~-. ~ Sttrlni.Sitsver, retetted its
t m p-(. o oeor. -- yr-itto rtd hlue. -Stick pin
a & o. !or cratch pii. Price, Sl.t0.
TVX. ARINOLD, Jewelerc.
)OMPANY. FLOWER, f, 2 O9~S
FO555EVER5YTHING0A50 'EVERYBOD5Y.
nsgiving service COSIS ,HALL. rloiits,26 l. . sss.As's.
1I be held in the COUSIpNus
[i at sri o'clocke. W if ,,
of the Disciples Ie. Jilri lU1flllljJll
the sernmon. Capitalt, $50t,00Xt. Sucrlus ant.Profitso$17,00.
SDnes a neneesirseninis.bsinvas. Pays intr-
n, of Cleveland, ettos.+ins Iseposits. Hsmhafety
Muing at the In- it. KEhsls,s'Pres. S. . ELSER, Cashier.
rse, on B hld lanhksopen Satrary es-rniag.
ens.'' She will
row eventng tn
a returned mis
the Japan Week- fHOD- .i'
ry readsng roonm. G AETlEBS
sng 'to Japanese -r A .AETE ET
tuiterested Sn CIGARETTE SMOttRS wtho see will
ing tn pay a litte morete hun tse prise
sctarged toe the ordinary trade Cjigarettes,
ec held today sn wiland THIS BRAND superior to althrs.
lock of all those The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
puny She team to CIG AIE'TTES
are made tram the brigtst, most delicate
ogiving day. It is Slavor, and highest most GOLD LEAF
sr 050 to go in grown in Virgsnia.
BtWARE OF IMITATIONS, and ohserve
ereduced rate of thsat the same of 5he manufacturers as
helow is on every tahkae.
dents have been Or U &Gl1/s ? MER4IC~a 5tOiCOC
ry runs the latan BRAN~CH RICHMND 'lItA
e runs hsave been
length thus far. Op-, :.. -;7-I.~
were so much
thing that they The Leading
e 'Varsity Hare " ^
.' L. Hubbard -ul l i/i V T IL
letand F. B.
Any person may
paigtei-Has the newest Fall and Winter Wooelens and
by payng th in- argetatockhin she city. You ean get any
rents to the treas- seetion you are loohlng for.
ashington street. COME AND SEE US.
sto be used in
the chase. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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