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March 12, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-12

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A 25 CENT B U '
anyb) odly who has bought. fom sooflll
25 cent tooth brush which sheds
ts bristles.
TIS IS A STANDING OFFER. ~''
Calkins' Pharmacy aS

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Sp jI GYOJMAN At the OLJTFITTEI1S.
toe of $3.00 and $4.00 HATS itt the latest Spintg Shiapes.
The Finiest Line of Neekwear ini the C'ity.
ICOWD731IS:I & h [A8rr-SOTh

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a/E:OIE-J a& WEJWJV\/EOIZE] 7

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

T EXT BOOKS FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER

-NEM AND SE(-,'(),Nll) HAND.

NOI'IiJtO~i' ASPECi XiTY.

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.t-Au. Arbor Savings Bank
li bottt0 i- o! tt ii C lital Stt to $50, ti0.
AniCO Utittt bol'. 10ti 000
cit" t. c tio ' A iin i)t tl-o"
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
R, NTIN;. G and-t---
--~PUBLISHING
,tudent Work a Specialty.
itco A ticHatirctressing Parlot's.
ri it
iIti oORHA T UtoitoNiet) bottto 1t 4i
'O Tictittari ct uiin; nire
i-cei supieiiid ri'ittig rtomit daily ietottcw
'tl fciitiesfor paciengiisi'dettin pot't -
t~atioh'txteocioiiecilei iaiiiiio
P. R. CLEARY, PotS.
a'otccti and Danccd att over the W.orttt ait
ttie Leadinge Ac'adecciest
rti~lfng er's ibmadeosy, Ann Arbor,
S j . Jt, < t<1. tiii'i Itir danc itt c mrti yrc
,tot y , itt'. ti ittyut+.r(1t 'it tcet. tiicc'i.'i'tt c
'e A ')N''H ('(MAUSitttON C'iN itE
lii pa: 'ou ti ttedt salariy. Agiti tot aaoent
owN. a7') f01ititeticntcd iin civ t' tilt'. tt
eax.eiinttty toi itndlie our moodo. Atddress
aviMle 'Iampt, tinoiti 10i'iii ii Coi., No.it7
Pch St., Richmoond, Va.
t.AR TE.AM LAUNDRY
B OWDISH 8Z HOUSE, Proprietors.
'i 'IC, 3 SOUTH STTE STREET
FIRST N ATIIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
S50hca~,000ti. Surplut tied Profts, $30,000.
1tacts a generalibankingbusies. For-
'ogn c hange bought and sotd. L.eter:; of
.oei tprneneedifor travelers abeoad.
(C.tPye.SW. CLARKSON, Ctashier.

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/t ' iitt'(''j't i' ttl -"
44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mi,

I oi t so t okro/ i w'I/it uu.
('ieitO ItpittI t/tlt is lit .
10' oI t i'S ,0 i ito r ltolttlt't t
(titts lit/l ir ithcutt xoorodor iutt.
eh. DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Fi 1. Wollmcan was its Ypsilanti,
Saturday, tin 'To-Wit: butsinecss.
\tr. lhcnry Iiit'zel, lit '93 lacy '94,
wits visiting fr'ientds'tintsonytclr-
uJ . Cotnantl,nmedict'8it/,i isio
praceticing his ptrofession at Tacwas,
A Blicycle club is beitig agitated
amotng thtose students whto owns
whteels.
Miss Grace Jetinitigs, lit '97
spent the Sabbatih at her tome,
Toledo, ().
The sopthomores will give a porty
at Granger's hall otn April 12th.
Tickets are ntowo n sale.
The receilpts of the art recital
were $3o of which the Oratorical
association will realize $30.
Gaul's "Holy City" will be sting
by the vested cihoir of St. Atndrew's
church, Thtirsday, at 7:30 p. 03.
It is probable that iso bome ganme
will be played before the baseball
inie starts ott its first trip, April
13110.
Miss Mettler, lit 'c9.3, has been
called to her honte at Creston, Ill.,
on account of the illness of her
parents.
The various committees for thse
Press Asaociation bancluet met last
Saturday and elected D. F. Lyons
toastmaster. Everything is moving
along smoothly and it promises to
be a "swell" affair. Thie date for
holding it will soon be announced.

Eben S. Whteeler, C. El. '67, nowO
chief cingineer of GotvernmettuWorks
at Saut Ste. Marie, was visiiting his
Alma Mater, Saturday.
Judge F. S. Vtfolliday, Btratil;.
J. tHetndricks, Mansfield; ICo.
A. Blyrdl, lawv '74, of Blrauil, Initd.,
wvere vsiling the I niversity, Satuir-
lay.
Milr. Huerbert Watts, wvlo attended
college in 'q t and who is now in
business in Syracuse, N. Y'., has
been spending thte past wveek visiting
his ptarents inth lis city'.
As ati outconme of the Dletroit
convention it was decided to estab-
lishsed a nmissionary library at New-.
berry hall. Contribtitions are
solicited front all for this wvorlty
project.
Prof. Knowlton will be unable to
give his third lecture on "Jewish
Institutions'' this evening. As a
'onseqluence thse lecture will be
tooltpoised for tooweeks or until
M varclt 26.
IElla S5' Sootchefl, of Blulgaria,
will lecture on "Social Life in Biul-
garia," at the Mi. E. church next
Friday night. lHe has held hoighs
positions in his own country and is
considered an able lecturer.
The reception given on Friday
evening by tlte Sorosis girls to a
number of the msembers of the
Woman's League was a very enjoy-
able affair. The most pleasing

W-VM. R. f ULEE .
It1'VJ ,5 .(.ASS ' TAXXION
WtIItis aSt rut, i totWtst oftt Street--i
- ec U. OF M.FLAGS.
yoloacidtlue.Psick'i'it
orM.cacLicPriceI,.Ju).i
est io t.'i' postiaist. liles Safety
Itotiosit tox(u frret
IU1o l. I% 'cF Pes. V. H. RliEi'Oii.t'tase.tt
Bakoeiitu rii I cvenitg
STRA ARE THE BEST. /
CIGARETTE SMOKERS whIo at ill-
ing to pas a tittle nioie tn the price
chatgetiltrtthe.oidinaiy trad iitai.'..
weita it THIS BRAND supeioratoalliothiri.
The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
CIGAn.'rrr1'E0S
aemade fromi thy bighitetco t oticitie
intflmoor, tand Ihighiestciot GOLD LEAF{
BEWiRE OF IMITATIONS, antiduoserv
thtat tcinametfthe1 itcanuftacturecrs 't
belowicstaonl cvcry 5ach ago.
t r 4EICKS8C0C

TAKE NOTICE!
We t o c''ao ti'ic'Acc l d Jtt'.' 1f/Iter
J'jito (ibi a d ?till Sell tiem, tf at'-
dluced piceca(titi' Goods ciio4touc.
G_ ]Pt .WILp3,

feature of thte evening was the

pantomines which were acted in a
very clever manner. lNo. S Eas t, The Leading Tailor.

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