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U. of M. Daily, 1893-10-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
J At' $2.50, $3.00, $3.5o and 4 co Hats, e'xcepting Sits esias'C RIoetaf s
FOR $1.98.
' o _ EIGHT DAYS ONLY
Saud, ot. 8t . M oly FRIDAY, Oct. 20 to SATURDAY, Oct. 28th. All Styles and Sizes.
Calkins' Pharmacy STATE STREETS STATE STREETS

MooIla1:& Wcxo a

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

Have a Full Assortment of' UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS, new and second hand, and all keids of STUD)ENTS'
SUPPLIES, which they offer at tise Lowest Prices.

THlE USUAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO STUDENTS.

SECONtI ANtD tOOtKS ULGLOT Ott UtoCI XN1GLD,

The Simplex Printer. vv JLES.IIZ' I MES WM _ R . F U L[D E,3
ItrtttsitttBurner L'aije wlthS tPoretain Ntictset tated Mtier Lampt, No. 2, center 35t~'CAi5TI.)I
A 0ew snsentionsfor taylic .Ii, acoies oa t idCha 65r.'sraft, 5' . 5i11'esSrtt,I'is-t.(ic tts tof5Statt~e t.
wsritingsat dr'awisats. Nic 'rtsed Rl ta Lp~, No. 0, cenater SNicstlttlated Roch'tester Rasts, Na.:', censter_______________________
' draftt.9 . sdist.
NiakeltedsrsaVoe Lamp~, Nss. 0, cesster NStkat Plassed German StudesstLasspaEsm- Z O LODOZ '
NickeltPt'ttsd Vote Lassts), No. 2, center Isisk)etPS~tts IGerman Sudeot LsapCe-
trot $50"5. e'tass 13.00. 'S s'tta ansdtLlue ttt ,ss,
5 - is koctlPltedl Juno Lanipt, No.'t, center tNttket Ptoted OessosssssStudsot Lana, Priss- UL at. Flaso rss
strott, t. ',as. Fioe ttut5 s o 1 5 .
II II ! I , I sHld sLsss Ss, Ble Lat mp s, Ltts)rsrs'tLisa s, Isssssse1: 1 as,Ciao Lsets. Nce_'Sytcs ,
_.p I II I , I IIIIs adsst laoers'priseytsanslats -eassn. Ess isseours oo ssk hrefsre bsytng, sod osaie msoney. 'WM. A IRN o LD, J e-,velet'.
1- I41 South Main Street. C ~ TART
From allsoriialadnssosstssssy papr iects) A xnArhor, Mich. DEAN Oj l "F(Lo lef?0S, .(OJ11
ossy pe, os 00coie55s can5i mat. Fity FO sEVERTINGsANsEt ERYBODs
ian I minteta ts, Send f5 d OfilVl ISI redNOTES. Thte totlntettatetstsip of Y't3esl ' & LIL. "l i s iTssst ose 155.
aso1sk ' S t' t ir i. Adiamts salted his classes Un riv 'ssi' s i r
IyWOe'C stersday, as he seas out os towsanIw setoM s3atta il30 5 i 1111 101 5 1111Ill'.ti~ash 11,Il1s
2 ' IsS" OWYrks bsinesss. oser last yeaar.

Monday, October both
\Ve will issue an edition of 1,500
Copies of
THEt DAILY
Wisicli will bse thoroughly
distributedl among thle students
and will thus furnish the hest
method for student advertis-
ing offered in the city. Ad-
vertisements will he received
up to
8P. M. SATURDAY.
For Rales apply a1 the
DAILY OFFICE
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.

An ampustss atiosa of a crushsedtoot
N Ivaprformtesi at thse rlinic, at lihe
hrsitl, yesterdiay.
'Ilie fdrst fora'sof thseItnlandreris
nowtsvprinting. I itlol baetansale
sext 1Iriday taornaisng.
U. D. Pull~en, '92 Isosool, of Alt.
Pleasasnt, ssas shaklinsg hands svith
friends htere yesterday.
D~r. Lloyd Ihas gone to Chicago,
and Mr. Mead will lecture to his
class in psychology M\onday.
Purdue yesterday won from the
University of Chicago, hy a score
of only ao-so. Thsis is encourag-
ing for us.
Houser F. Huosey, '94 dent, htas
just returned from home, where he
tao heen attesading a wedding of
one of lais friends.
M. Luella Denman, lit. '93, is
teaclsing English literature and his-
tory ino the Illinois Waesleyan at
Bloonsington, Ill.
The senior class at Dartmouth
has decided to continue the custom
of wearing tse cap and gown com-
mencement week.
Tomorrow, at 8:3o a. in., will he
hold the senior law election. The
opposing parties are worked op to a
white heat, and the election prom-
ises to be one of the most exciting
and closely contested in the history
of the law department.

Drr. i tishat I haso ~ne1to('lica-
("'o, steIse w i illenasv or to ob-
tainsa tnumber of finstrsmesi s for
thes phIysical labsoratory.
'ssts siefeatedl Corniell its a lprac-
ticc gamae lV'esltesclay by a score of
6o. Cornell Isad naot yet recov-
ered from hter gante itha Princeton.
The students of Stoith College,
after oears of wvaiting, have at length
ohtained permission from Ite fac-
olty to puhblish a paper to represent
the college.
The largest meteorite in thse coun-
try has recently heen placed on
exhihition is the Harvard Mtuseunt.
It weighs over half a ton and con-

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$TRAJ6 ARtE THlE BEST. 7
CIGARETTE SMOKERS woare witt-
ing so pay a little more tsan she price
rharged lorthte ordinary Sr ade Cigarettes,
willsnd TIS BRAND superior toatlothers.
The Richmond Straight Cut Nos I
CIGAR TTES
seemsde from She brightest, roost detieste

tains microscopic diamonds. grown is "Virginia.
The Hahnemnnian Society of BEWARE OF IMITATIONS, and observe
the htomeop depaartment hold tter Shot She nao tshe mnufnsacturers as
beo oev ery package.
dirst :nmeeting of the year at Newv-
Iserry Hall tonight. An interesting ro K&1pr4eR~* gCaC
President Rogers, of Northsvest- 7or=-
emn University, was denied passes
hy the Athsletic Association for thse
athletic events today. We opine The Leading
Michigan would he more courteous. G f V
At a meeting of the Post-Gradu - lTA O
ate Law Class this morning a Post-
Graduate Cluh Court was organized, Has the newest Fsll and wssster Woolens and
with the following officers: Presi- largest stock in She city. Yo0can get ssny
seteetion yu rnesltokssg-Car.
dent, F. G. Jones; clerk, C. K.
Friedman; crier, L. F. Harms; COME AND SEE US.
sheriff, Mr. -Swan; treasurer, Mr.
Withers. 2 E. Washington St., near Main.

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