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March 09, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-09

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

' A 25 CENT
TOOTH BRUSH
lioatybnody who tasi ght from i
a25 cent isti ii iibr us t ihshles
its bristies.
[THIS IS A STANDING OFFLER
Calkins' Pharmacy

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sr ~ G Y 1 M N At the OLJ FIT E A
A f«1tt 'tine of $3.00 and $4.00 HATS in tie latest Spinsg Shap es.
Thie Finest Line of Neckwear ini the Cite.
8E0-W:D1S8 & JSV4A WWBJR"'SON

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MOORS $z aWEWJOIRE,

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

TEXT BOOKS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER

NEN' AND) S]CONO) IIA 1).

NOTI-JtOK~S A SPIACIAJJIY.

A ,Fn Arbor Savings Ban
z i o. 'sit sissies ins sei4es
ifs-_- ,n ie it s's 'o<;(is's, tis1nisis issuf wli
r si t E' Lue isi e i tis deosiets t arns C t is-f
.Fe cis i ithists-s iisti- tis-i i ssest it=o 0ert f sy s1 /55' tC f .
'sissu tises tis. tfif's"ttiss'i t r i ttcr
£ 9 t ist-t- it sisieo t, bisis s o is . i~rt' i), o < i oi t L Cs'.
tines i {, S e Pr--.; Ctris, . isc k, Cii I(1s8 bees i 9?it born's
elsh i. Fi tz i,"tss.i shre tis ff i5505 fti'bftts
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS z-'i,stfIi'otiifsl/.
PRINTING and-; -
-,+PURBLIc T1I 'fl41 South Main street.
c. Ann Arbor, M
Student Work a Specialty. UNIVERSITY N(
TensArtistic HirdressigsPari.s T'ie fisal examinatifo
p ' rirsis [s issis, rssisississ fI c te wstsgivess today.
is: l CIt 3 i itcrsi tP. o:t tboard iill di
...ri tii 5 is'5iiie tst.heir usuialmeeeting tooT
"Yrou "ec itas Isaw jt," l rof. Taylor has gon
tsetshissbrother, woo
ts. ich.(flthas cnset
sidseat theiiinter-collef
~'////,) /1's's-- --'I'te Senior laws will
nextseek in the last
in"Eideince."
A sertion of the Wor
will be entertained at
,ppTENTEO hoise thsis evening.
5,93. sO 28,53. f IsoA write-up)of .'1'ii 1
staffiilwill be lpublis-hed i
____________________ C ~yi'
i srl l f j Te work done in P.
Co)HOTORET4
MasterIece co sl
141, f is eingrevsedforpolb

D s)loso A OF M. FLAGS.
(isre ss s is/sitslss/fstd. s -"
lii 1. (li tus 5 iioiifo seits - -~ teetisis Sisse , eli eildin
,Sols c d yssls l, I &s ("o.g orseeh in si. Pice, i,$ .0
Wi'ti snet iii prete msadie oiil . W1 - AR l NOLI). is seyks-.
ich. DEAN & COMPANY. FLO?,1Z S, f OW fS
OTES. Yaes baseball c-anidates will be HQ,1 F IIlrists. 20potniC1 15o
Ini aulstaken to the training taisle suitsthswek
tl Thse S. L. A. boairdl oeet text
wle~ Otseek to make arrangements for she iliii.siss.iiSi'lii'isl 5,ui.
norrow. Does i < s i-ne ni itsn n siet lSs.Pay s itie-
annual elecions. Pres. Angell still Cstot«si ',ieseosits. hias Safsety
so to AlbionDeslitBxs hios'-.ent
presitde. It.ICIuiPF, 'res. F'. I. Ii iEfiica~sier.
is tens i1l. ibankiten iithsisist s-ev'eniSC.
used to ire- I cathln'r1isgvg
laedbt.illustrated lectures isnIoswa on thse
1 be qtuizzedl "White City,'" showing its comsical V
fefeirsaspects. u =
Alpha Noustill nmeet its Rootus 4, ~ -
sa'tegietomorrow, at S p).us. A new con-j~(j9 P~A G~
the Sorosis elted. nwil eadopted and officers TA letedl AE THEBEST.
nts idis Es-Senator Ingalls still lie eter- CIGARETTE SMOKERS 's-ioartie'li-
l). I~v nd is In to a issue nosee ti te price
n the D~etroit tamed by the Sigmsa Phst fraternity, cared for lie orinaytradl eigarCiettes,
of whichs he is a nmenmber, while in iiiiiniiTiHIS BRAND suipersistoalloheis.
roIesysthe city. The Richmond Straight Cut No, 1
'rf.leses Thse first twvo reports in Prof. (310-. 'T
ast semester, tHemsil's class in Etnglish Literature see mside from use brightiesi mosstsdetieste
pin flavr n hig ishsestcsnt GOLD LEiF
'lication. wfll be read btefore the class nest geownen ii'SiCrsisi.
'y clb tilif l'lsrsdaBEWARE OF IMITATIONS. and obseree
Y. tit te s meoits, hiiue imisifatres s
but wtill nmeet N\liss Anna M. Gilbert, of tfamil- ibeost is on every packaige.
y evening. tots, Ohilo, arrivred Tthursday to take r G aT1C,,I4ACC5 tl'0
okout for a special wtork in elocution uoder >t 'O RANCHt, 1tCM0ND%)1PtAN1A
ihating the Prof. Trueblood.
ected on the Dr. Amen is trying to consolidate TAKE NOTICE:
his two classes in American history
nceton's lit- in order to give thint time to carry -
's the trans- Mr. Dow's work.
i11h notes by Thse Glee Club is practicing a nestw 'e' ,ei.tu',iissl/ lsss
ebruary num- song "To Arms" by Dudley Buck, I alli'siaisdttwill sell t/heiis it s e-
-for the Athletic Association benefit, diendp,;tic cox the ('O0tis ti2 s ott..
00o the life lo be given March 17 .
'ton fryingy," Adams, Clark, Dean, Friedman G R !. I L-
the American and Messic, senior laws, all passed _N14)3,
y Mr. IX'. S. their examinations for admission to
the"Ohio bar at Columbus, today. W sngon t. The Leading Tailor.

the Photioieta ins 150 eisi,(e;i
F-IRST A ION'AL IBAN1K
OF ANN ARBiORt.
Capit' al o. - Surnpus'anil Prois3000.
frannacls a general bankingl~siies. iF'tr-
birmePoxehaege boughi nsodt. 5Letters af
-'<wri Eproecured foer5trsselersi abroi'I.
IP. BACH, Pees. S.W. CtARKESON, Caihier.
4~AA MONTH COMMlISSION CAN TIE
esasily made seltIig a stapiiric ele, news'
vviii piy you a statedl satary. A geeral agent
- slni or femalie) wonted itseeny cty, town,
ned etcunty t handle oar gotods. Address
With stamps, iOtSEnHOl.a FI'tNDuaCo., fN.'
-"~uhenitS9tS8L, Riliicmpfll, tai

'Ths- Adeiphi literat
nto nieeting this week, 1
Hereafter esvery Thuirsda
Wrinskle is on the to,
gosod artist. 'Te man
miost ability' will be el-
board.
The 'Nassau," Pci
erary magazine, rewiew
lation of Rousseau wi
Prof. Walter, in its Ft
ber.
An interesting paper
sod work of "Washing
was read yesterday in t
Literature seminary,b
Drew.

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