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March 16, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-16

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.THE LI. OF M. DAILY.

TOOH B"RUSH
FTIS IS A STANDING OFFER.
Galkins' Pharmacy

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7 GY) A At theOJhTER.
lieof $300 and $4.00 HATS in the latestpi n ial ,
Thle Finest Line of eclivvear in the C ity.
/O S E W E O F7

QQ ~ & ~NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
---7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAMt.

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PUBLICHN
Stiadat Work a Specialty.
Leottee' Aotieil n" ntetasitrtia=", olne
F0 ^rl t~e t t cie itt tte~
LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ISHORT HAND. Stoiatieett t ittttttg;net
t; tar tteat t ettnce ttod nisipie ettt -t
-a e1a.tfzteidratsg l G~hentntui vieer
MAYNARD :STREET.
t ilt IIINt c'1 iiN~ot;; ti (ANt il
tttiiy t-tit;t Istie i itttoto ~ titi to
i t ofntitliei tttiiii ti toy tity, town
S,-Iltto ilctttatle nt t -'Rot.ttddress
itps otttoOt lt intuoI.t tiNt C., No.t
TAR STEAM LAUNDRY
BOW DISH & HOUSE, Proprietors.
tintitO, t32tSOUTH S TATE; Ti ElLTO.
FIRST NSATONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
e;sosttls, $5000.Surplus tiod Profits,90,00.
Tansetsa ageneraltbanking biusloine. tsr
aliga exebange bought and sold. Lottert.of.
are ittprocured for trtavelers abroad.
1. BACt. ,Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Casier.

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IHers noiiI lttltior.(. f5 1 1itt, 11qttet l1 itt, i/h1.iie
lit'i7toolttty tltittttttr tti nitll ",I el f nI ttt tti
44 South Main Street.
AnAbrMchDEAN & COMPANY. "{ L0Vl~ KO
UNIVERSITY NOTES. W\rinklle board held t mesttingf , idEF~t N. te. i.~
Winort tS.lacconIa. ledniesdav night. The Junior Hope
M ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ fi (;rs reeine entertains a numetttr neumber tone considlered atnd platis Jh ~ '1~~ ~ili~h
ocolg irnonrsnih. male to imake it one of the lbest thins 2tfit
oit . Stilt'ettItilttomotiow.night.
ro0f.Kntowlton bolted tis lecatseses tee e raittitit ii,int bititititi. toot tinter-
int Aiteon co Con tracte, yesterday. Aiieeeln tai t h ie Itit it oahn foi rentta ot
Pirof.Waiter asinetd tolpice to athokofldeaiet in e~ e~tl toe StuiRl~z tttt it to
tile class int Rosseaui, Wedlnesday. ra etrle t ie\oocl
Te titeel talked of cinder evalk Maseteriece Semeitnart,, byltytr.
acoross the bell grountd hat at last , S K ie;stop.
beern levelnd. :Prof. Jamets 1t. Crig il vl letulire
Mrs. Clarkson entertains a section tottorrowev eening at Maocloo oimn egethsee-inM~la hlo hesbetof
Mna ;S it vne TeHbe rpe n r-iss Jessie ])helps, lit '9t , tes phtey. t All are invited. T A1 ARE THE BEST.
heen called toIter lhome at lPontiac Phrofessor Robert t. Flttoti, (ml CIGARETTE SMOKERS woaeil n opyaltl oeththeliii .
one aecoutnt of thme death of te rela- Oheio WYesleylan University, eii lee- chtrtid toilrto teortdtinatradt~teiti-,
wilm fnda THIS BRAND estperier teallotetto.
lion. ltre before the OIratorical associa-
tionin he aw ectue rom his The Richmond Straight Cut No.1
A society of fornmer college stn- loninthi1olctrnronkti
detnts tenet every Saltrday evening afternoon at .5o'clocka. ar haefrmthAzitrrest teliat
et hrst onFrederick IJordoin's, for lte Prof. tI. C. Aolemse wiii readmai l e avrieenan i Nttilt.. s GOLA
steely of Btrownting. paper tonighet ott "Corpiorate Abits- BEWARE AF IMITATIONS, attitotservet
(Oberlin Ihassencored as baseball et" before thne MichiganPloiticai thteme teiseof tthttit er a
coach It.ft. tLoevers, thnree veers ott 5 oence association, in the piarlors
Vale's teamt. Candidates are nu-t Of the tHibbard Htouse, at Jackson. , $fk 9eZC tACOo
nieroits atid tractice liveiyt. irot. Carty, thne phirentologist, eves_____________________
Several itrotessorn besides tinose at thteItygienic club at supper line, E ARE I IT
of psolitical science are attending yesterday, and gave a talk on phre- Nitl itetttfttlntolai
the Michigan Plitiical Scienc an- nology, in the course of which Itt tt1 aFieinesImprtde n
sociation at Jackson, today, made victims of two persons, greatly
IE. t. Lake will represent Chicago to the amusement of the others. SPRING and -0-"
Utniversity of.0 i,.. ti.- ...i...am. . ,o . . .,4 SUMMER "0 iut-Lal5iA eol nwlo ottgv atcur - ooo

Oratorical contest. ils subject is, on "Some Curious Phases of Our FOtR FASISIIONAtI, EWERt.
tiThe Americanism of Lincoln. "~ Marriage Lawn" next Monday even-o-
A Missionary Symposium will be ing. Prof. Knowlton has made a Gz fl= V 'LJ3,
held tomorrow afternoon in the par- special study of the "curiouns" phan-
loin of the Congregational church. es, and the result no dcubt will be a IHE LEADING TAILOR,
Light refreshments will he served, most interesting lecture. No. 2 E. Washington St., NEAR

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