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March 14, 1894 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

A 25 CENT-
T 0 0TH B" " U 8H
25Cet tth sht i t i se ds
ITHIS IS A STANDING OFTER.
Calkins' Pharmacy

Afull 1

S v-ING iiMA N At the O1JTFITTES*S
iieof $3.00 an $4.00 HATS intohttt latest Sprint lhapes.
'I ii otst Ltine ofl 'N et ( inIItheI CJ( l s

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MOOEL:o E & W2- MEENO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
_______________________________________________AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM,
F__ CT==.A WEO R 1 --7 j= OR'
TEXT BOOKS FOR THE. SECOND' SEMEST"ER

NI'AV NNl) SECtOND HAND.

NOTE"41-1l()()his A P"ECIAI'ia.

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Ann Arbor Savings Bank
ArtoSsItArr.Duc. itotp t '1tock, $),100
tof this ittate. toots '.Il:,dposits.lo ul', tot!
sel xe ie oil the ii ii t' it s oto f'tti
tdenttiictiott. Sl fty d teposit toxes'toslet.
OFIiCERS:olo, 5trPs,t itoo :C P.: tiff 1).tp
sir\It.,1. Frtz Asst.Ctatthier.
THE ANN ARBOR ARGUS
PRINTING and It+
-~PUBLISHING
-RROTT'tEL
Student 'work a Specialty.
BtellttWorken'otndtLtoest 1rcePt 1 i Gt
Ladies' AertsticHairdressing Parlors,
faho .lls o.It '1'o,atto tt~, >0I , I
ts tie' LEADING SCHOOL OF BUISWESS
sold1 SHORTHAND. Daoieiclt lcl lillO' 1110
110telt 10100 lageatede; good disc11ip1line;t lt 111-
itirork; we'tll sl e dit iro mdilyo lll l ctt' esll ^o
Exceptionalllll fac lt le o plag tet s l~ i posi-
e t'01 Ci'l tol pier week tin eriatetfawlltll's
1,or et c11taoguie, addrtes
P. R. CLEARY, PioES.
Sehool of Dancing. Grounod Floor.
MAYNARD STREET.
(, 'll b r t ot'iltt 1i'att ies t1111ee1
e&50() A'MOtNTfH I IMNISSIi'ON tA t
wIill Cay you1 t statetdsalary. A gener11al el,
(11110 Or flOei ttl)tatd ittlrevery'ily,lowt
South 9'h lt., Eiehtontdt, Va.
STAR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOWDISH & HOUSE, Proprietors.
oppiE, , SOTH llSTATE 51TET.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARIBOR.
Capital, $511000. Surplus and Profits,$30000.
Trasacs a geaeral banking business. For-
eign exchange bought and sold. Lettes of
sredit procured for traveler.s abroad.
P. BAClS, Pres. S. W. CLARGKSOIN, Cashier.

. .(-4 ssI Me R.CAFUTALOR,.1

D )111 Itt -100011,ck

Do(,s vol ,4,wok(' Cltt i' oeZy.
Giros (( pttrc while liyhl.
1s o, 'while as (Zistilled rct tt+i ,
(fires light without smoke or o(lor.
Sold oatly by D(.wv,, & C).

44 Souath Main Street. DA OPN
Ann Arbor, Mich. 'EN&CMAY

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The Jeffersonian societsysteels to-
moorrowsveneling.
T1he sensior lases are retceiving teir
lastl qiz in evideoce Itis week.:
'there score about forty mien out
fo ballsebaolll lractice' yeslerelas.after-
DrI. Atngeli sptoke last tight itn
\ psilanti at thte coutyeStttnday
school11ceoventtiont.
M~iss Jennie Eddy, lit '931 ls
jutst taketn a position in tlte Grand
Rapids Itiglt school.
Ansowers to questions on Popular
?anmusements, inthtie AL . E.chturclt,
nsext Sutnday eveninig.
Ht. It. Walker, lit '93, noss at
Antdover Semintary, is emttployed at
Blerkeley'temple, l ostois.
Dr. Porneroy, of Caluntet, Alitel.,
is htere attendintg clinics anti taking
special svork in t lactenology.
'96t has elected B. C. Rich, ioeta

Arrottgetsetits are heilng ntadelfor
seseral of thle Iniversity studetnts
1(1 hselpo carry ontthle woerk of thse
M\cGreogor missiott at hDetroitItext
Ptrof. Cram iliiilecture ot Tappoan
tall, Satutrday andtlSundaily evettings
respectiseity, on"tehresv Prophtecy'
atnd "'The Auithorsip Iolftte ltourtlo
Glospel."1
Thle co-eds of te Iniversity asre
nmaking arrangemntss to secnre M\rs. I
l'rencli Sheldots, the celebrated Af-
rican explorer toI lecture for the
benefit of Ite 'gytit'fttnd.
Dr. Nlutrhead, assistant to thte
chair of nmateria medico, swill leave
college abont te ntidille of April to
take charge of the large practice of
Dr. Wapldes, swho goes Itl China05s0
medical missionars'.
The AlphsaNouswill htold its meet-
lorg at - o'clock Satturdoy afternoon,
110 accountt of the Glee elub enter-

U. OF M. FLAGS.
-- 1orcatchlpint. Prie,r$1.50.
II]LATi-tOLDJ (i's.
Iptl ,, ! iritd rft 5 5. 5,ttv1.0of.
toes {n it tIllaninO 'bti s 5. Paossiller-
101 tot Sni i 1 01ittle. H1100 tety
It. liEtIlPI",Preo. F.'. 1.S.Ot, Caoshiee
tttOtoe .tT
CIGARETTE SMOKERS whto ate will
in toI pty a ltottle 1re tha h rc
charge1d 1t teorinayto adeCigare1te11
witiOOOTHIS BRAND 00110101iortltote.
The Richmond Straight Cut No,1
are made teomlthte bitestosI111toelcate
in flavler'11111hightestcoset GALA LEAF
grownuinlViginiat.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, aobserv
belo s onaaevey packageo.
TA"'KE NOTICE!
ho'e acs oe' tckeod 2 tl/i 1"itr'f
, kolt'tts (hld tvill 'yllt/se,at el/ -
dul~ced pi ice ' to eGood s 111yo.
WashingttnSt. The Leading Tailor.

Thteta 1lti, baseball captain. Ridsh tiinmnrt Saturday ~night. A very
seas not on the teanm last year. inmportanot bttsinesseeting wiii be
Ptrof. Craig is soon to begin a hteld after the literary program.
a course of lectures 0n "The Epist- Two large casaes of English books
le-, to thte Galations,' at Newberry costing about $1,200 have been re-
hsall.
ceived at the library. They are of
Mr. Dunncan gave an eloqluent a miscellaneous character. Among
oration yesterday in the conrse of thenm are "1The Transactions of the
thle "Great Orators." His subject Cambridge Philosophical Society,'
was "Fox." in 15 volusmes, "The Proceedings
Contributiont are coming in lib- and Transactions of the Society of
erally for the missionary library. Biblica'-cheology," and "The
The Presbyterian church raised over Geological Magazine," in 36 vol-
$25 for this fund. imes.

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