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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-25

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

I us - + BROOMS
1-4 oE7El
Saturday, OCt. 250h.
7 to 9 P. NI. only.
Calkins' Pharmacy

Al 2.50,oo , 00 9tosaod$ tr o Hots, exceptong Silvermao's & Roetof..
FOR $1.98.
EIGHT DAYS ONLY
FRIDAY. Oct. 20 to SAXTURDAXYlOct.28th. All Styleo ooti Sizos.
STATE STREETN STATE STREETSf

& ~ O. 6SOUTH MAIN STREET
7 AND STATE ST., CORNER OF WILLIAM,
hlave a full1 ssortmuent of 11NVESiI ITY ET BOOKS, nsew al second hand, anti all kinds of STUI)ET;,
SUTPPLIES. which they oilet at the Lowest Prices.

THlE USUA L DtICOUNTS' GIV EN TO STUDENTS.

SLCONDI IA'NDPtOOKS I tOUlt t X0121-ot 1,

C.ARpaas E]G- PAJXOUETDTN s5 ==1U57 m ySE P'TTTHS.

The Simplex Printer.I

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Monday, October oth
we willtissote Ottediti ottof 2500)
COpies of
THE DAILY
Whichs will bae thoroughly
distributed among tile students
andh will thus fnrnish the best
method for student advertis-
ing offered in the city. Ad-
vertisements will be receivedl
np to
8 P. M. SATURDAY.
For Rates apply at the
DAILY OFFICE
OPEEA HOUSE BLOCK.

3 UNIC11ER STY NOTESo
101111 XWo odlawio is03 1 0,o.0. jt
i,1rwat It ('roso l Wis.
1Le (laire Ilarti , 110. 0)0,is
(lot S. Borber,1;.0. 9i, las
retornted or gradu01e'work
Mitss 'Marg aret 13.Cookl. 19,
ts 00i1i00ng old ftriends tainte cot.
X.It.lHolmesolit'93, 10 teachitng
it thte GtanodlRaptods ight School.
(OuizzesonotPIrof.lotechent's 1cc-
lures wtll commence next Mtonday.
JIt.Scott, it.'Si,15s000w a
mssiooonary, stationed at Ooaka,
J apant.
A9etngo 5g is called for
next Satutrday foretnoon at 9:30 in
RoomtsA.
A. A. Seosions, late '9J, is etn-
gaged with the Soot of Crots & Co.,
sn Traverse City.
P'eter Donnelly, 095 nmedic, is
studying at Jefferson Medical, Phil-
adelplola, this year.
It is expected thtat the conmnittees
of the Caotalian and Palladiumt will
htave a joint meeting this evening.
Lihrarian Daris has purchased of
John M'oacFarland, of Detroit, 20
volumes of Brownson's works on
various suhjects.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean, of No-
vemher t, will he a great paper.
An edition of 300,0oo will be issued.
This issue will he commemorative
of the closing of the World's Fair,
and will he a souvenir well worth
preserving.

r' oe re.0olartr Ut
Te 1 'h o} t
yre laytslo T.hu
day-sfooro 7:030 t

lO-ttt.. 00101Class
!1'(~los 20001 Safur-
o 0) 1 - Il0

c1ie a ttu o i co es enr0aw elec-
tioi hi rar 1Tic0wilbold a
n,_210 'tnttdv atttroo000after
tlejirootlectu.
.13 10Re nolds, iU'95,o isltdy-
itng boo swth his fathoer, Judge Rey-
nolds, at Coldwater. He ts alsoe
captaitn of the YX NI U. A.foothall
teamt of that place.
At thse meetitog of the 11"rinlkle
Board Mlonday evenitng Prof. Jeronme
PK. Knowliton wvas elected a nmemher
of thse advisory' hoard, to fill thte
place left vacant hy the resignation
of Mr. Weeks. Tite hoard nowv con-
sists of Profs. Knowlon and Scott.
Prof. Janmes A. Craig, of the Semi-
,tdepartmenst, will lecture in tlse
',Preshbterian church next Souday
erening. His suhject will he "Thte
Religion of thle Ancient Blabylotn-
ians atnd Assyrians intlerpreted from
the cuneiform monunsental records.
The next nmatclhes in order in the
tennis tournansent are as followvs:
In first class singles Jocelyn vs.
Rolfe, and Wrighst vs. Hutchings; in
second class singles, Alexander vs.
lBaer, and Maher vs. Hutchings; in
doubles, Bennett and Nightingale
vs. Jocelyn and Rolfe, and Wright
and Friedman vs. McKenzie and
Chickering.

l1ip fl~il lf S itl' 1 d'jLiIi( > ll
. ()lt 1. i:Ol1%1i(Et: 1 1 2ifo ot 1 0
STRA ARE THE BEST.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS woorenwvll-
ieg to pay a tittle nmore stoan 0110 price
chlargedsfon theodinary traodeCogartes,
woill iso THIS BRAND supesior to all others.
The Richmond Straight Cut No, I
CIGARF.TXTES
senasde from thelorigetot deloicate
in ftavor, anigh110est 00c1stOLD LEAF
grown in Virginia.
REWORK OF IMITATIONS.,osod observe
that the name otf the mnfataurersoas
beoato an every paetage.
The Lec'dincgj
~TTI LOR
Hao the nflwnestoatlandXWiInrWonons and
targest stock in she city. NYou cangot any
setection youanr eloog for.
COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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