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October 31, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-31

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Why Not
have your Clothes made in
Ann Arborl
Jos. W. Kollauf,
The Practical Tailor,
will give you perfect satisfaction.
Prices are reasonable. Remember
Kolauf, The Tailor,
0R E Washngtn t., Up Stairs
todstribst
5~ssaenemeeeeeaes~eseeem~ouseadertie-
aettlen pat pyentefora hieh rade Ases
bee, whih see sed them on appova. Se
eor dtesutilt the icyle artves ad peves
tatifaser.
Young Ladies e 8ae edma t
It hy. he iles sppy thy mste welecoes-
mesded. Write tee prtculrs.
ACME CYCLE COn'PANY,
ELKH-ART, IND. r)
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.
Football Supplies a
Specalty.
Eery reqetete fr the
- i giseatee. Jackets,hPat e. Jr
thSat, SseZC
i etta Stecktingilb,,e Mrritt'
F Pice, Shits Cetrd, Hea
" lietleh. pedtsg't ffiea
Itterce~legaf C Fotba
msibe esed ie atl Mateh
Gases. Price, $5 00.
spaldig's Offcial Fotbali
( L Guie-New Rulese-Pictres
i of all tie Ladig Player
Prce, 1 t s, tandomely
Itlustrated Fetal Catage sct Free.
Newe York, Ciscag, Philadelphia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ASS ABO.
Orgiazed ii63.
Capital, X100,000. Srplts and Prfit, 4,00
Transcte a general akleg bsines.
Freigs exhtagee beght and sol. Frnsh
ietters at credit.-
P. BACiP Pre. S. W. CLAKON, Cashier.
HE ANN ARBOR SAINGS ANK
Capital Stck, $0,000. Surplus, $10,000.
Resercesi,,1000.
Orgaized uder the General Banking Laws
ot thu State. Receives depesitts, buys and
sells echange ae the pricipal citee et the
United States. Drats cashed pn proper
idetidcatien. Safety deosit boxes to rent.
OFICERS: Christian lack Pre. W. D.
Earriesan, Vce-Pres.: Chas E. iHiscck,
'Cahier M. J. Fritz Assistat Cashier.
I.NIVERSITY
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE T.
B . Aet , MtiS. NcELLE L. TLERe,
21 Tomspsen t. P. O. Block.
you
Want to know (most of
the boys already ktow)
where you can get the
best
GYMNASIUM SUITS AND SHOES,
for the least money. It
is at
M, Stadlrs Cycle Emporium,
it1Iw. Wasinton teS., A a Aro

Noble's Star Clothing House, S. Mai. GENTLEM1EN T
--- You have beea wearing pliaund seombre
colors Per the lust tew years. This tull se
]( F IB ] Y chave a complete change. Soase will prefer
T rL'1A R E JL 1.y . the plain, wiele lte more rnthusiestic dress.
es will adept tile new colors. Thot goods
When you cannot save a cent. Here is a Chance to Save shoewnare grey andbroswntweedsewith adashs
of bright rotor in plidadnd stripes. Yea
52.50.will fitd i teautiful display oethtiese tabie
2.50.alse a fne line of Overcotstin ;"s in Kerorys,
Thes TwoEims etlantsto,Aur akhatntaversi
FRIAYANDSAUR TheDase TO) LL$8O UISAT $5Eakimos, Cads, srad aatnthin.ers
FRDYADSTRA Days Ol)AL PUSISii$5eilsat
S. W. BURCHFIBLID'S.
Black Clays, Brown Clays, Scotch Cheviots, Hair Lined Merchant Tailoring Stoe, No.0b E. IHeron St
Woosere, Gey lay, sandman miturs. eguarCenlemen wishing to tbe stformrdont tile
WotedGryCly sadmn mitrsReur proprr and correct thing in dress are invited
Tailor-Made foods. te toil and see me.
I mete a specially of DresstGarmenttand

Street cos'tames forLadies.

SHOES

tEATUofH. A. C. McGraw, of
C. McGraw & Co.
of Detroit, force a settlement
of the estate. Shoes had to go.
We bought 3,000 pairs for
50c on the $1. Have opened
the greatest slaughter known

inthewitayy otArorivstgt.
119 Itwl aFFut nvsiae
IL F Goodspeed's,
17 S. MAIN ST.

Try Our RIedl Star" Oil.
No smeke. No effesive odor. Will not clear the wick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has no equal in this
market. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. Price 10c per gallon.
DEAN &COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. CALEND)AR.
- - Thiurs., Oct. 31, S p. in., lawv lecture
Prtof. (Griffin lecltres to the law rom-Prof. faumts L. High lectures en
classes today. Erskine.
E. 11. Si. fein, '05 C. I"., hats re-- Friday eve.. Nutv. 1, Wllenielollgym-i
ceels-ila piiuol 11the eiint ltllei0ng lasiuni -I-eilllai attsptill. t titi ilor
corips of the L. S. . & . It, 11.' all depalrtmnt~s invited.
A. 'NA. Noirthi, inliiler of thie Vii 'Mote., Nv ,5 .n. Yuilrll
versity of C'aliforniua ickitleans li.st,-churc-h-Elsvlrll Waldio Emersotioti
yeair, lies beeiichisenesl i dent of Tltoweu'ii Folly (lebcoturse.
lbs Westernit ttercolicgiilro A. N. Sat., Nov. 0l. ('aittlridge, MNass.-
Prof. Davis' class in stirveyli isl5Michig ls-s. Ilarvarid.
farthier adlvanicedI iniits work this year Sat.. Nov. 103, S p. mi., Unilversity Hll
thani aey class fisc several yearts par.-S. L. A. couree, Lciand T. Poweers.
The fGeld Iparties have lbeeni eoitig t-eric ersonator.
swork its the vacatlolit acioss frot
the athletic tielul. Sir. Rose, of ths'GotldenliEagle (Cloth-
Joch, theinewv hitmoirotes papercoffit'heigliouiste. of Detrouit, esill be here to
tuiet-sity of (California, is likely to represent his tirmil net t loudiy lald
sf011 at tsitiltei- ive or six.14Iitidte Tuesdaty, Nov. 4 intl 5. Mr. Rose allo
too kardl aehil t hs' tilitary sdeeart-the Golden Eagle Ipeoeshavetdotne
inent of the unive'rsity, indtlhle fiamly bsesinees iu Anni Arbtor fera. long tine,
are litealnlu itsrxiletce. taid all desiring antlliiog in iris line
Those desiring tot itend thIle P'oliticai woutlodoa elol to1call at Ille- C'ok
Science lectures at Detrioit Friday house.
evenintieand Saturday thorning can get DON'T FAIL.
tile followling tate's: t'lrty of 10 or To see Sttsblcr's vindowv, 25a 5.
more, $1.55 rountd. trill; party otf 50 or Fouiti ave.
enore, $1.15 roueod trill; gooto oretusrti Rbrn.lgroot rtee ~o
nex dy 01 illIrilu ecep tosh Ns.works niay be bad at 14 Mayniarod at.,
1l3, leavitsg Detriiit ait 8:50 a.is. from J. A. Rosen, agent for C. I'. Far-
GE I1IAN . relL. ts
The thirdl sessionl tsr adljustinentt of Leather chaiirs allo coittes for libra-
advancoed cro-dift iiilertn vi i liee des ansd fraternilty hoiuses ill the lar,;-
hield tn oomenI1, Saturtday, Nsv. 2., esi assortmlent. Prices very losv, at
front 10 to 12 a. ii. SMARITIN IIALL EitS.

NEW DTACHINE SHOF'r
ANDREW HUNTER, g E. Liberty 5t.
Bicycles Repaired or Rented.
Dental Itistruments Repaired.
TOOP & ColSTEE.
Casll oe them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunches.
DON'T BUY A
ID I CT ION AR Y r
till you see
TI-ISSTAND>ARD.
Drop a clard or caliioa J. T. Midgley, 18
Traiver So., Nerths Side. Agent fer Washtfeeaw,
Oatkland and Mascomb caunties.
STU DENTS.
Take year IKodak Work to
BERRYMAN, THE PHOTOGRAPHIER
Satisfactien guaraeteed. 16..iHuron St.
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twrelve n ears ttf teacing- in Asnn Arbsor
with a )sofat530 pupis1iset seasons are a
,ufficleet gearantee as to eersbity to teach
dancing as itishotuld he. All clasoes areun
dee tile peresoalestruction agfIde. and Mrs.
Boes Granger. Members of the American
National Aseciation of Masters of Danacing.
For intormation regardieg cllasses asS terms
call at the office, gruned ftear e Maynard at.
Circulasa t Mestc Stares ot attest.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELBY STORE
Geseral sterk at Watches. Jewelry and
Noveities. lRepairing at Watchtes. Jew-
elry, Goid iPens, Ruigs ad Spectacles,
a spe,ialty. Ctshi paid tar ald galad
slrer.
C. H. KE Y]ES.
470Our Prescription.

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RtOOMS.
tPleasant suits andl sitigle roosi fur-
nished to order. Bathroomu and fur-
nace. Twto blecks fromi the catmpus
00 tile etreet car line. Beard if de-
sired. 102 S. State si.
At 4 N. Fiftht ave., very nicely fur-
nishied front suite rootms, furnace heal
and hati. Also beet table board at
$2.50 a week fer a litnited niumiber.
For Sale or Rent-A stquare tPiano
(Decker) in gooid conitiion. Tories
reasoniable. Inquire at Not. 14 N. Ini-

DON'T tAIL
To see Staie's esindow, 25 S.
Fousilthias-c.
WANTED-Frota twclve to fifteeti
studente to work on comnmnission. Call
at G E. Huron st.
F'or Studlens-Paltent revolvitig book
cases, best mako antI.gooid pattecits.
Lowy prices at 'tAIt .'fN IIALL{E'S.
Very pleasant reetme at 20 Chuarch
st. IFucnace heal. A few boardere
desired. 30
Wanted-Board and sinlge reem by
'07 L. Leave word at Daily sffice. 27

may eat be written on one of oue biaeks, bstt
we eca511lleitar yeuan sdfillitITna, and it
won' tcest you asty facy price. It will p-sc
you eo brinsg your prescriptions so
When you give a party order yonrecarriages
here by telephooe of Holmes' Liverrr and
get yeas- chaperonas carsted freec.VaultfSad
the finest carriages5 ia town at
HOLMES, LIVERY.
SPECIAL. {
TT OF Mt. SHAVItNG PARLORad Bth-
0) raoms. Al eppelatmentesefist class.
Impcrted and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic heir dressing asnd bating parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski, 30 5. State at.
W'T7tHEN TOG WANTr your ctothtes cleaned.
1 pressed, relisted or rebaund go to Mrs.
IPtagerie, ever Sheehtan's botot stare. Lab-
oratery aprons matde is order.
TRADE - MARK

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goIgalls et.

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