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January 30, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-01-30

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_____ _____THE U. OF NT. IDAU.___
BETlTER STILL Here ip ca'Taker* fAII Our Tan So3
1c:Ia ealldleofLOWNE'S SUPERFINE \Utiti.li,0VSand 1.1IIr,, E- uN 'rrc i OFF ii.
Z HO OI 1I ~KID LINED(GLOVERS and iMIt1 i J' , U i 'lR 1 UI
I The lent Rubbrers in townl for 'the Price.
Calkinzs' Pharmacy < AT iHE O TS~ I zrs & ' SZ
110 l l & EZ 0j;Z] NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF' WILLIAM.
hA EA U'lI'01 il O I T' ,
i.Tl r p i._ . N i w [-~- nll l.. p J r s i .J {-f -___ _ -
~V~l) ISLE(7U~tN(~ N NAVIIIIY hL L EK

< 1.50!

Lz..L _ 1 .._I O ..L. i. i WM 8"i, : ,1.! R '. . U D-F'
I ± J . L 'il tlki orrr i art tt, t riert t W -t of rtatetr ret'

$1.50. UNPRECEDENTED. $1.50.
rIiiHE [. OF MA AIA
!i t idert'livrer 'tyou r rom thertkc t~;
h trrrirc tele ear o $.jre
UBWRIBE NOW +*,a
AtcD Alt ' 11Ii P DOperat linac , Ilk.
oat SIiT()ik'li E'S NerwsStaad.
J MitS W, GOiODIEW, 'Iceint. Groerrof r
lroses, CarnrartioandrFlowtrersofnIanl vari-
ey. loraltreairlnnrr'tre uporrrn shret nortice.
Na. 1 Otonrvatrrvy stretet, rropp.carretery' gate.
HAN~dd pnm iIi-&ee. taseonSreet
,Annmx Arbor Savings Bank
I lAttrbcor. Micht. Capital Stack, $50,0110.
*.Orrrrizeetundrrtare Generalt Brrrring Lawn
afth Urta rte.IRececivesrdeprosits, bays. and
sells excharrneton the r' iniet itnies at thre
Utilred Staten. iDrafts eanhed ruponn proper
identificatiron. Safety dteposi'tboxstotr rert.
OriERenre hr'ristiarn Mra, tPre.; W. D5.
Hrrimnr, Vie Pres.; C'hasr. E.Hiseckt, Ca-
shier M. J. Fritz Annt.(Cn-hie.
Ladtie' ArtisticnHairdressing Paelnrs.
LADIES' bhrirdrenirrec nranirinrg, fart
and sctaptirr'eatmeent donerr-in thtte atest
tasior. Mr-; . 1RII rrrltantrr~, tollE.tN'ash-
ringtnrrSt,overbarbershrop.
FIRST N ArTIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital, O$50,000. Surplus. and Pofits, ; 10,000.
Trarnacta generatltbankirrg busirness.Foar-
egnr exchanrge bnught and snld. tetter,, af
rretitrnocrdfnc traelers abroad.
P. BrtCll ,Pins. S.W. Cl ARSON, Cashir.
-ANN ARBOR CO
23 N g 7NR SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERviss, - Manager.
PALACE + BARBER + SHOP t.
And Bath Rnooms. W. H. OW EN, Prop.r'
NO. 4 East Huron St.. Oppoite Court
Hnrrse. Hlat, Cold tend Sea Salt Baths. ont-
celain tuba.

f)t irrctlchat tt r)iek..
Iibts riO burtSotter
10itre r "rr 'tt ' i rr If
It i~e it Ireattrirntr.
ittittt't r r'nnrjnttl11.
44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, MI
UNIVERSITY Nt
Tite Norneal College
City lean.2 200 nstudentsn
Sanel tI.(Goodall,
i city attornecy of MNar:
Thfirttprofessorshi
was establishledl at (taft
Ilottlie (C. E'lis, 1I
stuedy ing at tihe Ittice
cago.
Earl Pters, lit '9j,
witha the Coleemabus lug
etrtbcts, Ohio.
A. I. Rathborte, jr.
employed ' by the Alal
Grand :Rapids.
Prosipects for ther i-
and nine are very poo
member of lat year's b
can play thin apring.
C. Me. Morgan, law
graprher in the office of
general of tire regt
Gutardt, at Portiand, Or
The drawinga in tire
Michigan Wrinkle attn
thoae of any other ills
lege paper.-The Lehig
Prof. Kirchner intros
Inovation yesterday inl
the lawa by allowing a
nminutes between the le(
general quiz.
A faculty concert wit
Frieze "Memorial .Ha
night, and a pupis
he held at .the same
day afternoon.

io)rreitt oke rehtrtrtrs. I U. OF M. FLAG'S.
1 (r't'(5t (-aret 'Ictrite i ii.'
ISiir'tlrli citet ([tl tnfc tied.1'(4)" ' "t rrtr it 'r .n< ~eleti
Uh'e liht Iith~d '7In kc o' U~o ' _ i m <xc lrrcrartt ititt't i tn
Soldtionly by k .'J) ttel'Co..rco r etie ith. Pteice,Ort.
WtitI i eet 1)rrc trire rrnreerrori . 1t,1.1. T 1 UfiII..I tre~ir
,ch. DEAN & COMPANY.ifLW iSfJO S
OrESt. Ana indootr maeet given by tie r ~ ~1Lo ' S. r ivel -trt.
of Naew Vork . Ncnlllngyeinae
nouedetfear te tear ftutue. . tfl5~tt Jt
Roblert J . tiyree late trio is. ih ! J
TI. Ii. Robinsont. . si-i. ott r oe' ri- 'rrerei., k)lr.rreo. crec id r)P t lirettt7,00.
iota, Ili. D sittt' tt'r'tt tter l rtttt' inter. f'eye irter
generral, Mining Fitanoege lrreilierg. etteren czronr.ttt.ooeet
otf history I env14 cr itl Httleet
D enei itolo.' Ii.t~ ttt' . II5' Ilf F t.11 . t 'lt SR ,t'. hr'.it
,)di 1, Commeeittele ave baeen atppointlt eed n err otren tury veenitr.
\I. 92, 0sty' tire seenior an unjeior laws clasoes
rsly tafCi- to draft resoluttieostif rondiolencre to
be forowarded to thee family of thee
it emeptloyedi late C. IfI. Betel, of D~etroit.'
go Co., Cot' Tlee iolitical Equality clubr-r
ganizedt daring Miss Antheonyscisit, R Q1Mo j
li t 9. is will teet at Netwberry rail ore Fri-AR TETBST
nmembers and all otheers irterested CIGARETTE SMOKERS weho are witl
in eopa r itrle.more trante re e
laroarti crewv are cordially invited to be present. charged far the nrdina rytraeit.ge.rettes,
wlhdTHIS BRAND saperior tatintre.
i.But one Enriqlue Me. Neleore, engineer with The Richmond Straight Cut Nos 1
taseball teanthlie National Departnment of Agri- CLG ARE1 'TES
culture, aied Argentine Commis- are madefrom the brgteste o~tndelice
gis steno- atoner off Agriculture at the Worlds eron inenVedrga ntGODLA
the adjertatet- fair, wan inspecting threti. of M. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and otbseeve
an National yesterday. lie intends visiting a era tin namevo ery auage. era
'e, rumber of the representative in' eo so eeypcae
Uieiyofstitutions of learning of our coun- ,E8ckr 4jij\-V5c r
pasa perhraps try itt order to get ideas for the es -__________________
ustrated col- tablinhnaent of similar institutions
Yh :Burr. in tis own land. - ___ TAlKE NOTICE !
a teene T1,roersciet ifrets onor-__

duced an in-
his lecture to
receas of five
cture and the
1 he given in
It Thrursday
recital wilt
place Satur-

rowv evenitag. Ther following tpro-
gram will be given; Reading, 0. J.
Larson; Oration, "Quo Warranto,"
H. H. Parsons; Eulogy, the late C.
H-. Buhl, le. L. Clawson; Debate,
"Resolved, that the Presidential
Electors should be elected by Con-
gressional Districts." Affirmative,
W. A. Berns; Mt. iB. Aaron, nega-
tive, L. Piske, J. J. Harrington.

Ifc or-e- er,soccded rit i'stee'
1l'le/ nd citl i/sell tttheat r--
dte'er/ cnocois' I/e(t Goads giaurst go.
Gs it W1L),
Ne. 2 EastTal.
Wasbingten t. The LeadingTilr

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