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December 19, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-12-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

For a Styl sh Noble's Star Clothing House, S. Rin.
FULL DRESS OR TUXEDO F rC rsu a .~ ~ .-
CALL ON o h it a
Jos. W ,. ola f Fine Neckwvear, rich material, latest dlesig;ns. Silk wand W4ool
±L~iiiLLI~ Mufflers. Gloves for Dress anti Street Wear, also Fur Gloves
Merchant Tailor, and Mittens. Silk and Linen handkerchiefs, the finest quality.-

i

Strictly high grade work at
moderate prices.
10 E. Washington St.l
4% We
0. Emp'oy
-- Young
d~ jMen
tto distribte
met i art paymenetoe OnbgodeAot
biycle, mwhi o ee heo qqapel.N
omit doe util the biyeai esrives and proess
saisfacory.4
Young Ladies sae terms.et
ACME CYCLE 'COMlPANY,
ELKUART, IND.
A. G,~ SPALDING & BROS.
Football Spplies a
}Specialty.
_Eery reqoisite foe the
Ione.Jcket, Pants, 3r-
,,Seters, Soes, Caps,
"H Iet', Stockings, Mcmrii's
Nose Mtas, Rbber Moth-
must ho used to all Match
Games. Price, $5 0.
i Splding's Official Footall
u Guide-New Rules-Pictures
44J r '- of all tho Leading Players.
Price, 10 t, Handsomely
Iustratted Footbal Catalogue sent Fe.
Newr York, Chiago, Phladlphi.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Oh' ANN ARBORl.
0rgantezed 183
Capital, $00,000. Surpls and Prfits, $d0,00
Transacts a general banking business'
Foreigs exchanges bogt and sld. Frniuh
letters of credit.
P, BACH Pres. . W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stork, $50000'Surplu, $1t0,000
Resorces, 81,100,.
0rganied undt'rkihe General Bankn La
of tiis State. Receives deposits, kys asd
sells rscltanige on te prittipl cities of the
United Sates. Drafto cased upon properI
Identifiation. PSfety de~osit boxes to rent.
OrICItt: Ctristian Mlack Pres. W. .'
Harrimatt Vice-Pres.; Cias E. Iisoc,
Cshiet: M .ihtzoAsitntCsier
H-OLI DAYS.
The Utiv ersty SIkool of Dancigill
giveaiforma prtyeseryMotday
evenings durtng vscatott Studetst
remainingtin gown cordialytinvted.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
44 AND 4 1 S. STATE ST.
ON
TI-LB
~BUM.
Possibly your gym. suit
is in that condition. If
so exchange it for a new
one at
M. SIBLEfIS Cyce Emfporium
11 W. Waohoigtou St.
ANN ARBOR

We have cheaper ones also. Canes and Umbrellas, singly or in
sets, either no doubt wotld le aipreciated.
DO) YOU SIAOKES?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - - 5c
7 Full Value Cigars for---- -- -- --25c
6 -Prodigy Cigars for - - - 25c
4 Owl Boquet Cigars for------ -- -- -----25c
3 Royal Banner Cigaro for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the Box.
DEAN & CO:MPANY.
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Ang-ell lectures to the biaw
cliiases totiy.
.Al11 'tork in theis' by ie'larlmni
ilss'shu4eeneinog.
'Thi litrariy socii's will it hoitd
iwtil thIis; wek.
Alt: a, ielite ug iofliii' seniort Itorlics
it osas ideciided t o' 1 a. ';l "Is15 s
Rtobert 1. Ilnidil Ii w11 lecelit o i-
tniglit in liii'Y. 11. C. A. cours-e att
tht Presbiyteriant -hiirih.
'ili'e33will lie a ineeimn of liiiw fri-sit-
'intl Ubanjos slubiiiin RomiL4,1, l* s-
sily Hail, aS55) p. 111. tltsy-.
Thlomas E-. Munitist, 'li-i11, fo-re-lys
with 11. 'P. '0yalt & Cos., of Aidrian,
Tic lt.,111s gonet'oils lesitiostNorith-
tille'.
Sltdent- rei'iiiillfo(1e1 tiuritig -cit--
Lisot art. invitied toiatinti he bslsidty
ev3eninig ittrti'salit hue Utiversity
Schiool of lDuciiig .
li-of. kvillitii A. Lairy-, '81, has julst
iiol'lolos-'at Notllioisit i 'cissi'-
sily'. Ite' las beenifrofessor of liii'
sesulbjecitit Litlake Forst i'nivti'.-
i113-
ALLAIiC.
Dni'iiug tie secontdsieiester a oite-
liouit'cout-se will tic offerein iiArabic
(Set'Alunuouneentp11,14). It is offer-
ed for the iirst lime antd is recomi-
tmi'idesd to stutdentlsof ilangtoges aind
to thotse wh-io expect 10 lake Ilebress-
01' Assyrinit. Srver'al stuidents 1113vi
alr('tadys'xpre'tssedi ua uesiret' otjoin t'e
class. All stdeiits wholio sh.iito bll
ille classaie iequseid Ic seid therir
natmesi'bto cte intlrsigiseti, 00sliii
books mistobe ordetred beftore kteiooh-
daiy s. JAMRS A, CIIAiG,
44 Itadisonl of.
NOTICE TO) S'PIItR+NTS° GOINGI
1101t1 FORIHOLIDAYTS.
Tue M liiiaiinetral R1'y7toill sell to
students lpresentint5 certificats of
niembei'mlii tticet'sat one and cise-
third fare for the roinil trip, Selling
en Dee. l19, 2('Y asntl21, limiited So re-
tinn' until Taso, 7, 15:3(1,
'The Yale Glee aud llanjo Clubs will
alppeal' iiitDetroit iomorr'owts' night.,

CALENDARI.
Tluus., Dec. ill, S p.it, iF 1riteze Iall.
-I.3eillly concert,
'Tlsurs;., Dee. 1), .S p. io., Presbsytei'-
ian chitrchi.-Robtti'Bturdette, Y. 31. C,
A. letutre eoiirse.
F~ri., Dee. 20, eveninsg-Chsristmuas rc-
ress begis.
Satf., tie,:.21, Sp.it.11, _Iti-lodist
Stavonttoli, itefotre l rslt'yin Guiiltd.
Toes, Jan. 7--University opeits afier
Chirismas recess.'
li-i,, Jan. 10, (hI'itteu's Aetitlinly.-
'188 sot il.
Fri., Feb. 14, Walernio-s Cysonas-
hue'Twentieth AinalitB all 0f tie'
tPalldium fraternities.
Sf hIRNT'f 5'IICLIDAY VsACA'iION.
seursionstfict-is totuentis hliiig
ptrttobeCr erilieotro,Ites'. of, 20 atit 21,
wsili'tiriounulitit10otitd ieclidiisg ian.
7, 18961, at otee aittontthlirtlowerst.
lurst class ftare forthit'roundltcrSip. We
will sorliltotill points in lichiganiiiiid
tt allItoints, in thit'e('rltil'iattic
tt'rritotry-. (On St'elines of ouir cotoit't-
tiono s't' hove Otie shotetw ilet'le to
Danville, Decatur and Spiringfilcld, Ill.,,
St. tLouis, Mto., tand cpoinits south antd
aoutlit'lit antd southwsest. Tue fact, is
evideint also that we't'a('till leleCl-
cen otiusliess. Any iiiforimatioin cheer-
fully giiveni at ficket office. Abtvet
rtlt(es 33ill atply to Normnal studteiits as
we(ll ao U. of 11.
It. S. GlRENWvOOD, Agent
HOLIADAY RATE'S ON IO CRN-
VTRAL LINES.
'rickets on sale Dec. 2-0, 215lantl'11.
Aloo on Jaiiuary 1. Linoit for returtn
Jan. 2, 1896d. Rate Oiie 1Fore anda
'ird for rotns trip betwceen all sta-
flees. See Ohio Ceintral Agento for
fill particularo.
Lott-Fi'idtiy, Dec. Si, oin Wauolington
ttr State ot., a pocket book containlIng
itout $5. T'f linhuer 35ill please
leave at 'ialir's hook store,
For Pent-leasanut, well furonishied
suite of roino on firs floor. One block
from canipus, 90 E. Wtisliing5 oii 4.
$2.50. 57
Wanted-Someone to play for danc-
ing a half hour a day in exchange for
use of piaino. 41 Washtenaw ave.
Wanted-Anothier stew'ard. Apply
to Mire. 1. C. Eameo, 7 N. State sf.

BOSTON
BEAL'S N.t
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand
Nsotteoks ted otesdens sp ies
Ftontatin Pents, Fine satiosery, Sporting
Gtttds, ek., whictleshey uffer at te lowest
prices.
Call and see us before Purchasing.
DO YOU DANCE?
Mrl. and Mtrs. Ross Grager inite those
cotnsiderieg te subect Of danitng to cal at
te Acattemy, te Itaynard St., Opposie cool
of ttlsic buildieg. No sttrs to moot;
Oficet and eDancing, ons on grondflinor.
C. H. KEYES.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
The finest in the city. Come and see,
$sweet Sents
$] "Vshave justreceivdanrextra
] itte Isetof Pefuens.ssAll te
newstltrt ineaudpa kafsean
#]] PALMER'S PHARMACY
# Fore ieticutttersutediatd
somest ot es, 'pitoneHlomes'Ltvry
SPECIAL.
0 l I Mt MARTIN Psunrasl Diretor, Cloth
0. aldtllicetaskels and t'ommtn
Cottihs E mbatlming a 5Secaty. No.h2 E,
Washingttkon t.
U OF M, .SIHAVING iPARLOR aed lBath-
. tt All Nhappoitmentsxftst clats.
Isteorted ted dorestic ir - I Ldirs' sets-
-te hatir drexoi't gaed bathking parltors. J.I.
TrojIanowski, W05. State S.
"'THE~N YOU WSANT your coties leed,
VV p-essed. reited or reouned9gttoMrs.
Fisgerle, over 5lteeian's itto store. Lab-
oracory apruns made tu order
NEW STYLES IN COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Especially striking he their us onventiots-
alicy are the new high-bantd collars, which
use eow ull the age. The "Keleca," for tat
is the name of te fassisoable high-and
cotlor, is from Eusl.4& Wilson. The 'oif to
correspond with the "Keleta," is called the
'Cbs Isigo," end is lso n Earl & Wison
style. The hursmony with te highs-buhd ef-
fect is in he lng, deep, graceful fhap, with
to slanting edge. The high-band cnllar is
nots yet worn withith conventional evening
drs. uorta espose his eirm makes a
cosed-frontcolraouaot two incies high,
known s tise "Owatra." For evening wear
the proper coff is the Earl & Wilson, patented'0ea.

There is no stock in the State RG o Q&C0
and few in the United States opr ihDTOT IH

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