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November 28, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-11-28

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

MUNIa
The proprietor graduated In '84 and
the prescription clerk in '90. They
have lea-ned their business by hard
study, What they know is at your.
dispasat at
JCalkins' Pharmacy.

The LARGEST Line of Fine NECKWEAR to be seen in the City.
Those New SHAWL MUFFLERS are the latest.
Youman's, Perri.S
Silverman's, 11ATS. GLOAIE
Roel,ff sz Dent's
AT THE OUTFITTERS, DE I\IDISH ( MATTESON33, > E TA T

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JNE OE &W--EWJEO REJl,

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 kinds of STUI)ENT'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at the Lowest Prices.

THE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECOND hAND LOOKS BOUGHT OR IXCIIANGED.

CARELJS ET AVE:D =t ='=E :E3IS'sW SZhZS.

SHEEHAN& CO.
UNIVERSITY BOOKSELLERS,
STATE STREET.
Special Sale of Writing Tablets.
t Fine Linen and Wove Writing Papers, 25c
a pound.
Swcaters 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.
MFrom an original, air odinary paper withs
any pen, 100 copies can be made. Fifty
copies of typewriter manuscripts produced
in 15 minmates.
We will sell this machine for only
$5.00. which is way below coat of.
manufacture. The Printer is new
and can be seen at the office and
tried.
O. K. BARBER SHOP.
In connection: Fine Shower Baths. new por-
eelain t bs. 0 baths for $5.00. Ladies' Hair
Dressing Parlor upstairs.
J. R. TROJANOwsKn, 30 E. washington St.
FIRST N ATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, $50,000. :Surplus and Profits, $35,00.
Transacts a general banking business. For-
eign exchange bought and sold. Letters of
credit procured for travelers abroad.
P. BACHt, Pres. S. W.CLI KSON,.Cashier.
PALACE + BARBER:+ SHOB!,
And Bath Rooms. W. H. OWEN, Pron.,
No. 4 East Huron St.. Opposite Coirt
House. Hot, Cold and Sea Salt Baths. Por-
celain tubs.
ANN ARBOR-
II{JVI h7UNDIRY 06
28 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. .
E. S. SERVIsS, - .Manager.

OIL - OOI-
Does not char the wick. Does not smoke ciirneys.
Has no bad odor. Gives a pure white light.
Has never bemn in barrels- Is as white as distilled water.
It is pure carbon. Gives light witrout smoke or odor.
Delivered promptly. Sold only by Dean & Co.
Will meet any price mare on oil.
44 South Main Street. fOWPANY.
Antn Arbor, Mich- DEAN & COMi~ur N.ix

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
mORSE POWER.
'Tis strange, to say the least,
In this advancing hour,
The grinding mill of cor ege
Is ortilruntry lioreepower.
-Brunonian
Dr. Novy will give a quiz to the
medical students on Disinfection
and Sterilization.
Mr. A. H. Hopkins while on his
way to the library, yesterday, slip-
ped and fell, injuring his right wrist
quite badly.
It is announced that the Califor-
nia opera company will be in Ann
Arbor all next week. High class
opera, only, will be given.
Prof. Griffin delivered his last
lecture on evidence today, before
leaving for Washington to take his
seat in the House of Representa-
tives.
A series of institute lectures on
Hebrew literature, similar to those
delivered here a few years ago, is
to be given at the University of
Wisconsin, Dec. 15-17-
Lewis F. Fost, editor of the New
York Standard, has consented to
deliver a series of lectures in the
University next January. His sub-
ject will be "Taxation."
There is no doubt that the Oracle
will appear before Christmas. All
copy is to be in the hands of the
printer Saturday night, and the con-
trat calls for the complete book
by Dec. 14.

The prize banjo offered by The
Inlander for the largest number of
subscriptions taken by any one solic-
itor is on exhibition in Calkins'
IDrug store. It is a fine instrument.
Dr. C. N. Sowers, medic ' ,
who has been visiting friends in the
University, left yesterday for his
home in Hart, Michigan. The doc-
tor expects to locate permanently in
a short time.
Judge Ewing, of Chicago, will
deliver a lecture under the auspices
of the Oratorical association, Dec.
9. Tickets for Ewing's lecture and
the oratorical contest may be had
for 50 cents.
E. B.Gower arrived from Chicago
yesterday, where he has been in
charge of the U. of M. exhibit.
During the past month he has been
helping pack, and says that all the
University exhibit is ready for ship-
ment.
Miss Jessie Brown, who was to
trave lectured at the Inland League,
last night, did not arrive in Ann Ar-
bor in time to fill her engagement,
owing to a failure to make railroad
connections. She will lecture to-
night.
Rev. J. T. Sunderland will speak
next Sunday morning at the Uni-
tarian church on "Rev. B. Fay
Mills and the State University; or
Ought Revivals and Meetings for
Sectarian Propagandism to be held
in a State Institution of Learning?"
Evening subject, "The Resurrection
of Jesus."

-WM. R. FUL.DEe
VII S' (LASS 1AIL5OR,
wrrrnrmreStr.et,Firstdoor WcstofState Street.
U- OF M. FLAGS.
SterinSilvr, eurnamelted rn
yellow aiirlu5,htrick tthpio
or catch pin. Price, $1.50.
TV. A ROLD, Teweler.
ffJ/OW IRS, fLI2OW ES
FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY.
COUSIM N I ALL, FloriitT, Telephiine 116.
Capital, $5r,rO). Surplus and Profits $7,000.
Does a general bankinnebusinens. Pays inter-
est on S:,vinis Deposits. Has Safety
Deposit Boes for reir,.
Pt. KEMPP, Pret. P.RH. BaIStostsCashier.
Bank open Saturday evening.
5R ARE THE BEST.
CIGeARETTE SMOKERS who areh i
chage fr ts dnary treigare tttes,
The Richmond Straight Cut NoI
are made from the brightest, most delicate
in avo, andirg hest cost GOLD LEAF
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
that the name of the manufacturers as
below is on events k n i.et a
G2 e E nea Ma
lSargest stoc n tecity.You cangetan
selection you are looking for.
COME AND SEE UTS.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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