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March 10, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-10

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

ACETTOO TH BRUSH
Tanybody who has bought from us A foill i
Ta 25 centtoh brush wuhich shorts
Lits bristles.
THIS IS A STANDING OFFER.
Calkins' Pharmacy

.

SPR(ING U YO1JMAN4 At the o1JTFI TT .
ine of $3.00 anod $4.00~ HATS in the lutest Sprsng Shas.
Thle Fitest Line of iNeck-ea-i un tce (Cite.
BOWJDSI2 Awr JSO2T-

MOQI

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

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TEXT BOOKS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER

EWXDSECOND) HAND).

1'Tl-Il.1O IS A SP.ECITY.L1" l

Anon Arbor Savings Bank
Annrrbrr.Misi. (Otpital Stock, Mr0,000.
SIrutlir-, Hi0.~
or thinf sStrte . Rsois-- eposirstt ry- rtd
s< lls, cstr-;rrourr teatortusIpaseteof0 tre
ln ict St t <o. liruft-stt-rtbrrtrprn trooper
re-iri twatrtirrn. Os atfeterraj-Strboxr-s trrrent.
tlrttt:t crititr ickau, iren.;,w. 1).
ilnri sa;s Vie Pros.; t_=has. E. 1tiloot, Ca-
stotitt NJ. trite Ass.tCa-liier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PINTING ands-
- - PUBLISHrING
II0TTS-R'
Student 'Work a Specialty.
tren rter-rndrrLoestc-PirerornrtrelCrty.
Ladies' Aetistic HairdiressienParlors.
LTAIEIS' Irlrsirr -g,rrrrirrirerinr fate
Isurarrrrr-r-slp r trrwet lrrrrr inrrcizt
ftshionrrr. 111's. ,t. 1:I vir-rursrrrr i, M .ti t. t -r
in~u 'r ret5
IsteLEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
andSHORTHAND. 5 Oan ricetrirdirrrgtine
teces;lre ten e; godrisciptrrrnerrsuper
rerrrket su ppr~rriedrceadring ersom; dailytruirree
Satrrrty uvesirgraeeionrrs;tcethe entireureearc
in-reirrrsi facilititestfr cistudtrrrrin poni-
tirrrr-estrtltrdrrt duartrrt crnterdrlretr. err-so
Forr Nenintaogue,urdrtres
P. R. CLEARY, PRES.
Tnaughstaned Danced all over tbe lWorld at
nbe Lending Academies :
ttrt-publihted rlwith explanat-stironofcint
try tire 0 orrar-r- sit tior if L. etc Is. ttslia.
ti-iauier'Pi tseudeiayAnn Arbor.
knll jchiri te lts-s r l ssirs;aduterI stut
t-i ,) slret r-r.andrianydn- ceii--of mint piot
irtycrtr-ir . 6 ti-syirtreet.rr-ci. te, cietr
$500 A ,Nf1)5T COMIIMiSSION CAN til,
$isusly madslinteg a stapile atecle, sor wei
siti pany you astatsed salaury. A ge-neralt ngent,
nirle or female)lwasued rnevoey sity, tein
etalt cunsty itssundle nest- goods. Asdres
with tmps, ithetso sr n itiiND Cro., Sri. 7
&tuts ftSc., Esishmoud, Va.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOWDISH & HOUSE. Proprietors.
OFEe 3i2liSO1TH55STATE SREnT.
IRST N'ATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARIBORt.
Cassie, l 50t0. Surplns ssnd Penits, 0050.
T'ransacets a generalibanking tbusiness. For-'
eiga exchange bought and mild. Letters of
reditO procureS furtraveliers abroad.
r. BACJJ, Pres.- S.WCL ARKSON, Cashier.

a . c.L .I -.WM_ R. FULDE,
Ir11S'r 4(:S,A)SS TAILO,0H
uJ..J_.....J. jWillis niu Srist, First sdoorra 5 u-tortStete-Strett
Do"w wfic J' h~lrsisirish sirrh ilittiri U.OF M. FLAGS-
lin otsr t r.us-(estra 5 lits r str ltijlt. -,0 ~
li0s t "IrP1' r lass t ~t lii'ittclnT iaeasrStilt irasiaill r rler sn'"S~v rerIleld
P t" ioea nirir). 6(", tt ?';I irrlsas i i tlist' 0(7riir'.rrrl sibts(, tir lIs t
li iti 1lrrtali.'Sli i it aespf i~ i n. i its n.tS
Nvliimretrtsissy ttpi srictmadtoit ilt. JVJL AJI3AL, Jiiiulut.
44SuhAaa Arbor, Mich. DEAN & COMPANY. FLOWER S, fr. owVI Ro
UNIVERSITY NOTES. 'rhoehishsoprwill vitit St.Andhrew's CSSUSI H ALL. rloist:,ree~o :
Thre election of S. ('. A. officers clhurch trd heord confirmation 10--' N
will or-cur its about thsree weeks- morrowc at thte 7:30 pt. s. servic. ~J tEixle4mr ' d 1 t iics'1id
. The Yoting Peolrle'is Vesper siill be d K ~ c~.
It is virtually decided thsat no in- omttted. Iritttl. -$5,006t. Sit)'tritt ilerri tiiti Ollitx)
doo atletc m et illbe eldtli Dersia :i-norul trsnkitne tutuer-re Pnasnero-
tIo alhirnse liblehltea trof. Ifintsdale swill delis-er ate t(tsit anssainlJt-posts. Ht sreshty
~-ear. address at thee Churrcscr1ofCheriton N I Fh'i. I'too. i-. H. itlthtsmt, cinsiaer
'Thee engineers oct11 hold a business Sna vnn t73 n"hits htankstopencsStstnetyouevening.
seetieng tonigiht hoc thee election ohfelse oh thee Scripturres."lProf. Flil-
piresident. Lettswill lpreach in the msorning. e
Miss Winnihreel Bacons, '96, thas There are still surroondlinig
letcleeunayeu fle charges callinsgtepoot thee S. C. A.,=' ;
he rwing o heCsa ha r oc persons to fill them. All per- I(nMO lPdft
Th rwnshctheCsainaesons willing to dlo this kind ohfswork , /$'I
very fine. They are the wcork oh may report to F. W. Donaldson. $kTRA RETE BST
Mis lihenRadal, '~ lt. Thee regular msonthly rmeting oh CIGiRETTE SMOKERS whtsaremite-
The aseall anddate taelug to pay anlstile mote itsan teprice
The asehll cndidtes akethe Unitarian lang's darughters swill ctargeddforitheordinartradesCiarties,
their first outdoor run today. They he postponed frost March unil sillttnitTHIS BRiND supiior boall others.
save been reduced to seventy. March 13, on account oh the young The Richmond Straight Cut No. I
Dean W. D). Mc Clintock, of people's nmass meeting in Newberry CifIET E
Chicago university, will appear at hall. sure maesulfrorn the OusgtsteO i, Mss-icthe
the tnland League, M~onday even- l'The Aeon Arbor Blanjo and Guitar grown in Virginias.
nug" club have secured ftc. A. A. Far- s OFs usesesIMITAsoINS.ndoutservei
W. hi. Locke aend R. C.IParks, 1 sild, thse Banjo virtuoso, who is de- beluwis i on eurry pauckae.
senior laws, passed the, bar exanmina- lighting large audiiences in the prin-' o$ et14&G1k s gM -TBACCO CO
lion this wveek and score admitted cipal cities in thee east, hoc the 29thli BRNCHR, ttMSODV1QtGN1A
to practice in Ohio. of March here.
The Foley Guild will meet in Owing to the sickness of Mr. Dow TA.KE N OT1 V E
Calkins' hall, on State street, Satur- several changes have heen ihecessar-aevngat8occk Agodiym ein he isryoue.
program will he rendered. The class in English history, course
Chas. Wright Dodge, lit '86, andiSwilmeModya o'lc isfis0'ntt'dle/J'iti
now professor of Biology in Rtoch- instead of si:30. l trloits. totd will sell 1ttitnit re-
ester University, is the *hor of a This after noon at 3 o'clock, in ,ecd .S' 7s ieGod sietat
work entitled, 'Introdui on to Ele- Newherry hall, a mass meeting of
mentary Practical Biology,' whsich temperance workers and young L
is -puhlisahed hy the Harpers. A people's societies will he held. Thse EN EN I),,F
copy with the author's compliments meeting will he addressed hy Profs.
has been received at the lihrary. I teere and Willitt. No. a East ThLednTalr

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