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December 04, 1893 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1893-12-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

TEI{AN MUM
Te ptrpretotr graduated In '84 antt
the prescriptiaon clerk in '90. 'rhey
Itave leaned teir business by turd
Istudy, Whrlat they knotw is at yeace
disposal at
Calkins' Pharmacy
emmmmmm

tIhie LAR.GEST Ltne af Fitte NECKWTEAR to be scan n aIteCity.
Thtoe Newr SHAWL MUFFLERS ace the lacest
Voanan'ePerin,,,
Silvernmans, jfAT5AGLOV S f1~
AT THRE OUTFITTERS, EO PISE 87 MATTESOIT, 322. STATE.

WOQIEE & 1=? NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
Hlave a Fttll Assortment of UNIVERSITY 'TEXT BOOKS, new and second htand, and all kinds of STUDENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at thle Lowest Prices.

TIRE USUAL tItSCOUI Is GIVEN TO sTIUDENTIS.

SECONt-HItAND tOOKES O1 U "tOR tEC HtANGl).

CARETcS EMT r'VTFD=Na v IE :mmsc S2Y,E~S_

I

SHEEHN&- Co.
UNtXERStTVBOOKISELLES,
STATE STREET.

lDoesa totvitar tire trick-. Doesarrot smaoke cha
Jlcatao bract odor. (ciresarrpureawhie
Hasrwevtrue n inrea r ras' Is tao reascadiati
Itisapcrra' c'arbont. (icasli/at rwitihout
lvereadprofrptlr,. Sd orn al yDeanr
44 South Main Street.DENAn rbMih

Special Sale af Writinrg Taleta.
-jEitte Littert ataIWao Writinrg Pl~lea. 25e
n pound.
Sweaters anad Gyriaairtr Scita.
XVratting Cards enrtgaved on slitotiace.
SHEEHA'N& CO.
Inivceshy aBosltrs, Statiaoners and
Enravrs
STATE STREET.
The Simplex Printer.
,new inenrtion far cupaiatirrg cropies of
writings andadrawinrgs.

Franc an original, an ordinary p.aper wih
any pea, too crrpies can be mrade. Fiftly
copies of typewriter moanascripts prodaced
in 15 nminrutes.
We watt nell thtn machtne for only
$5.00. which in way below coat of
manufacture. The Printer in new
and can be seen at tahe office and,
tried.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Igua connnrction: Fine Shower tatas.n.aewatr-
cc-taan tcbs. 30artser $rr 5.00. Lardies' iair
Dressintg Paarlr ptaurs.
f.tR.Tuartar-cawara, cc E.Wnathington St.
FIRST N~ATIONAL BANK
,F ANN AJIROR.
capitcct,$50,000. :Snrptlusand PRinlsr, ItRWtOR
C5Traiisacta a geralutbankingbuianssIar-
caggnecange' bought and rald. Letters oR
ereditt rortared far travreters abroad.
P.IRACR, Pres. S.W.CLARKSON, Cashier.;
PALACE + BARBER.*. SHOP t.J
And Batlh Roonms. W. It. OWEN,Peacm.,
NO. 4 East Moron S Wt.. Oppaotite (tlart
House. Hotr, Cotld and Seta Salc Baths. Pora
etain tuba.
.ANN ;:ARBOR-
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
F. S. SERVISS, - Manage.'

UNIVERSITY NO CES.
Whrilr e eriks tate turkley srert,
Anadgiveugnreic Ttrhakgivinag.
te's crat eral foraccercanetRnear.
Andrt rlra hali'srcliving!
-ActIana c Urctit calera
Mica Canmpbell, mtedic 'c}6, wsa
visiting with old friends last week.
Thse football field on the campos
Rasc beets converted into a skating
rink.
A. E. Rose, of Rtse Golden Eagle,
Detroit, will be at the Cook House
tomorrow.l
A. J. Purdy, '94 lit, whroavas
taken Raome to buffalo, is not ex-
pected to live.
Pcrof. J. Erich Schmaall spent Isis
Tthanksgiving vacation wits friends
its Milwaurkee.
D~aily stodent revival meetings
will be Iheld at S. C. A. building
fronm 1:30 to 2 p. m.
H-orace H. Loveland, '94 medic,
now of Detroit, spent psart of the
vacation visiting friends here.
Union revival services begin to-
night. The first service will be held
at 7:30 in the Presbyterian chords.
Miss Agnes O'Neill, of South
Bend, Ind., who has been suffering
valescing.
At the Unity club, this evening,
Rev. Reid Stewart, of Detroit, will
lerture on "c Mohammed." Mr.
Stewart is well known in Detroit as
acn able 'anti interesting speaker, and
PL msost interesting. evening may be
-expected .

I

Room A.
The California
will be thre attractic
tis week. H~igh cc
tpopuslar proves wiii
Thre Alpha No-Ad
was enjoyed by all
murrsic by Mr. IV
Fishter was thre feat
iug.
On Thsanksgiving
thse second eleven d
bined D. A. C., Ma.
troit High Schsoo
score of 12 to 2.
At Flint, Mr. 1
acted as referee,a
'95 lit, an umpire,
football between
school and Orclhard
giving day.
Mra. Prof. 'ira
trame last Friday
twvo weeks' vinitw
Indiana. While al
two readings, one;
and one at Richmo.
Prince Wolkonsk
the guest of Pres..
day, Thursday ant
week. He spent th
World's Fair, havin
Russian Bureau of
has been giving let
and Harvard, andc
tare here. He 1
home byway of, Jal

There will be ant
co-eds for positions
liars tomsorrown aftet

ra4WM. R.FULDE, u
FhIar T eaAs iIAliI.on,
_J iwiaceSteetc, FrdcrW esrtaof tate- Sara-et.
iacaaryn. - U. OF M. FLAGS.
ied artea . I
t S92Dk8 0'-- 5cr Strise OSilsver, enamerlled in
snook-vor oat-. c yellrwarilrrrRblur. sttck arta
t Co.a or catch pina r ic c, R1..
RU7M. AlRNOLD, Jrecrier.
"OMPANY. FLOWEfR5, Fj( OW RS
Lother clectiort of CUN iiHLL F~li "Te crpho'e Arc.
Son 'The Casta- TeYahie a
nootn at r2-;o in "
Opera conmpany ac aitrcl, 5i, c. srrrae rrt lProalasy,otda.
arc at thre Gratnd DoRta ere raraal al~ieaotrnsPays tnter-
etaonc e-riar'csareposits. HannSnfeers
:lass opera only at D ~t~araeoitRrrB oxe r rn.
tL IIN ,Pes. 5'. 11. BELER Cascrier.
be tpresented. RraoenrSaturdlay ac-ruing.
elphsi programme
l present. the
'atson and bMiss , - -
oure of thereven--
gday at Detrott,1 1MHON it-
efeated the cons
. A A, and De- T ABDE THE BEST. /
>eleven, l? , CIDAR ETTE SMOKtRS aetro are Watt-
y n tapap a lttltemore tan arte prira
etharged errtaerordincary traeC gaere ttres,
will inld THIS BRAND supercor courtlothrers.
iceplple, 'g; law, The Richmond Straight Cut No, 1
end Mlr. Varian, CG R:T
at the ganme of are madetfromtthe brighttest, tost dctee
the Sliut hih intfla, and highest cart GOLD LEAF
g g rown in Vcrgtnaa.
Lake on Thanks- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS,.and otsre
tt thae nanme ofthe maanutacturers as
eblood returned brian in an every package.
evening after a Te t e?' ee M~t~ 1B000c
rith relatives in r BRN~CH Z3, RscaeaONsVI1i15
bsent alto gave _ = 7=7
at Terre Haute, -
Ind.
:y, of Russia, was The Leading
A n g e ll W e d n e - j r d y o a tT I O
.summer at the
g in charge the
Education. He Hus the newest Fntl and Winter Woolens ard
largect nstckin the city. You cassgetanay
tures at Cornell selection you are loohing tar.
expected to lec-j COME AND SEE US.

pan and India. j2E. Washington St., near Main.

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