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May 08, 1894 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-05-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

OU'D EldO Y
CAMERA NOWIF YOU
HAD ONE.
c '~esoeeralbauansin cstockaltnd
acatnie good values at regarpru e s
Wewold raterbave the money than
enAs.
Calkins' Pharmacy.
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\STIFF HATS:
.AT BA z:

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.00 Hats Only $2.49.
BOWDISH & MATTESON,
~STATE STREET.

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NO. 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM.
NI, AS0E BALL AND SPORTING GOODS
Which1Itbiey ofI(erat 5)1 ic( s IIttaiiteectlto tbe as lootas canItbe
Obtained IElsewere 11 .. ..

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WINCIJELLS TEACHERS' AGENCY
'26 Wabash Avenue.Chicago. A hai a to iitt tlhe Ilot o italer ' cy, i] atooi.
toctocainpull Motcaot z .)i oacltccaaeat. lckaOlaciiiolotaer iwsitio mclttta
c r ,yeuei~ ,iw i Ctewoch., r0 . a-cO a-Ottt t t~tt (T t t-o, i tnt z ecalt ors
aolatnt ia]Ma-otar. 1Writ orspecitterms

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oitultst ace rth P t tKI It Ittista a c tnta It~tee u onuplenu i. ou. h arkerPen
Co.tastatit Ott sSheehan &Co",Es sta -eta ii1iiA tbor

U. OF M. FLAGS.
Mein aa, Silverenama eledan
oraatchpin Priae, $1.5.
1PM LARNcOL,ocliia.
WvvE ARE IN IT
Wiat a lane Lace of Imported aad
Domestic
SPRING and + 1AD~'
+ SUMMER 1'II IIJL
FOitHFASHIONABSLE OWEAk.

WAR WICK
!'eeisoepeuir The
Li ea CKt Cycles. Eveonet
everbcft twodced
!y aeawodrulmaaataa
ru phwhly i te aitatrest T
4rdr.Terad we ite l I
wit odtrecmlte, weghs
ONLY 25 Lbs.
-e tc arris nt e taeieal 7
gocacteas .heaviac he cls. It
rocaresentthce mainimunm ofweilghti
ted adoximumta of strengt.
It othe oetttateel tadce-taut
* it cco ca~ny 125. Y'ou taot
htearc cla tims tefoae, btavae
a ver o etthe mta in ptattcal
00cc_:? "ieecing tostbelieving." Ina
tistaseo'"seeiag tos tauyig, ad
catalogues Free.
A VhGI Wit : O.,
:SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
(TAR STEAM LAUNDRY
: UOWDISH & HOUSE. Proprietors.
OFFICE, 3,SUTHonSTATE STREET.

CIGARS - CIGAR
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i nr5oii--- .X 0 4 'C - S SO.'t tral ?.a)a1
Littta bacalea c - tin aca.e tt'- 15ical
ltacninaaic to --_1.25 1 > R ltccat itacacaco t
heln tA i -- .., 1 SamtaSctt C aao cal
1'Or 50. Harry t lacy Cc- .
citrn I -caS-- u 12.c ,,taioa Ctisae0 --. 104c
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Bul1 oyCgrs . .

ItV G0I '/WILJ3,

THE LEA DING TAILOR.
No. 2 E. Washington St., NMIN
'Oe'- C)T !aI CrAl

44 South Main Street.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. Thce lecture delivered to the lawn 01 LLt IV
Te --by Judge Cooley Wednesday utter- A
hebnuto th eniernonhsbereieannagdwill be held May ztttlcNhavi ng been1 and will be publinhed itn the June BICYCLE!
pontponed until that date, number of thte Michtigan Law
E. F. Hall, 94 lit, ban been up- Incu or~he
Journal, aaiuttforoy
pitdansistannt to the pastor of 0 e erwt
lice First Pretbyterian chaurch of $20 TO $40 ?y 5 ttanc o o
frh-patclrDtroit. a week can be made by students ' allEn WSaebe
Mer. Wa. I«. Wedemever reacihed during vialation working for us - i .Nai~iti t
Mdsnhandiling our publications in theiraiS.
honme last evenincg frontMdi oSntw locality. Adairess for furthaet
whtere hte was detainedi by lice bust- particulars, The Werner Co., 29
nsa nmeetincg of the Oratorical: Montroe ave., Detroit, Mlict.E
league. - -- ---I
The faculty took tao actiona VrgnpoTnvt.SPINIG STYLES
th rdutin f orsneesar tc A popular nmove of a popular N OW READY.
graduate in the literary department,I road, viz., the Ohio Central, will be
last night. The matter will be dis- a rate of one fare for the round trip ELEGANT
cussed later, on Tuesday, Mlay 8th, and on Tues- ASSORTMENT.
Mr. Arthur Seymour, law '92, for day, June 5th, to all point upon PRICES RIGHT.
tw yar cane ithe fr ici-the C. & 0. R. R., in Virginta, ex- IRLSRG T
is now playing ball for the cp onsNrh fGrosil. SEE
gas, The travel to Virginia and south-
Columbia Athletic club at Wash- eastern points is a growing one. The OUR LINE OF
ington, D. C. many inducements in that country RAZOR TOES.
Mrs. French-Sheldon, who deliv- to land seekers are daily drawtng
large numbers. The Ohio Central
ered such a delightful lecture hserebyofrnthslwaepacsief G
byofeig hslo at lce tsl oodppeed p
on April 29, has promised to return before the traveling public as a pop-
next winter and lecture for the1 ular rate line and will undoubtedly 17 S. M~AIN ST.
benefit of the organ fund. reap a rich reward. tn-s ____________

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