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February 17, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-02-17

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

F PADI CS
4 Elducaional
iJLT IK!Souvenirs ot
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A cnoll e, opit lBs'eballIi
balTni adtCoif p so ad aficyclist
wi b sent to at, addresss i tss Unsted
States or OCanadas uponsthe eseipt o 10+
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New Yok Chieagog, 1hsi'nirphi
Lams , ' II sfaturisisiof Bicsylesad Ath-
heicGs. i(110the wrlnd.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ABiOR.
Orgaizedi 168.
Cpil, $100,000. SptiusendPoiits, @40,00
Tran-scs a geeral baig basiness.
Foreis. ehaeges, boght anuisold Frish
ette:;f credit
P. BAChI'ses S.W CLAiRKSON Cashier
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital !Socke, V050.0.Srplu, 10,000.
tiessseertes, S,1)000.
Organised nde the Geerl Basing Laws
of this State. Receies deposits, bys ad
sells echange o the picipal cities of,the
United States. Drafts ashed upon proper
idetiication. Safety deosit oes to ret.
Oritess: hristata h Fe Pes.; W. .
Harrims, Vie-tres. CasaE. Hiscoc,
Cashier: at J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TijrTLE'S, 4S S. State St.
SRIE AT
MIABic yce [pru
11 W. Washington St.
ANN ARBOR.

Spring Style ats'9
ALL NEW COLORS AND SHAPES IN STIFF HATS,
ALL NEW COLORS AND SHAPES IN FEDORAS.
You cafl buy all thb is week ouar
$1.50 IEBDORZAS AT980.
No. 9 South Main Street.

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Closing Out
We have left a fair stork of
all sorts of
--WRITING TABLETS
which ran be closed out as
followvs:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 100 PP. 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - BC
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
This stork will not be replaced.
Come qtuick for first choice.
Args rinting House.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST,,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!

NEW DINING PARLORS OPENED AT NO. I11MAYNARD ST.'
Tb lylienis II dii Ilo s charmeI s ands.iilVIoweloi l cc sn s ifftrenst
pie.Thei:vcrisis t$2bordin s tie eisv sill bc scrved.Csmesrad trisyt asdlli
cnicii. A.spiailittsbleconly ftoseswhoishlit.
F. J.RENNINGS, C.W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS

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IDO YOU SIVOKIE?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - c
7 Full Value Cigars for- --- ---25c
C Prodigy Cigars for - - - - 25c
4 Owl Boquct Cigars for- ------25c
3 Royal Banoer Cigars for - - - - 25c

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Lowest Market Price by the Box. For the Second Semester,
DE N G OMPAN-Y. New and Second-Hand
44 South Main Street.
_____________________________________________________________whirls th~eysitter
EtGYPTIAN HIsiROGLiYPHICS. Mid-Winter Circus, At the Lowest Prices.
Aid to Their Stcudy Issued by Dr. Thliii isil-itls'sirisis, on eriils tse
Budge of Enigland. i ibesssitf liii' A nntiAshes Li i t ii STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING " E 9
that-sc's o(lests:lii isti lilil1nt'Mi expendld s15 ililitime'll G R A N G
Piof. lit'gcsliisilliof (.)forsd, po- isinil c'ashlire'c~i'i thisessesssitG R I
posesi'o rinalll dit sionsssof lsaii'lo issriteisIThe auien~i'tcei alt each iset'- Fosscan join ouri classes nose, or' at
aniytimsecotnvenienst tos yourself, list
"Htoryi l'of Egyis" in Araibic.s'xts'ndi-1 fisrisisitilli':l liii'rilk ad soiltrI- terins tairting lien you do. Office and
ii; froin 1181 ito14111 A. D., sisrorililipIlthig issisi off silsmtly. Acaidcey 06'ts ayn1 st.
to MRIS. ii h1e lIsdlihiiiitra.ry, us'e t'sotsids'rastle ipro sisesl talentil uss
Briitcshli lse'iii, aisuithe l)illliothe' l i i151 1 fron1i'i'i' iitie forlit' listsoeei- ~ '
NaileslsS ioii andfillii'is' wiselsice\sr1 exs''lle'iil flD D A Lg flII IJEWELER,
W'e hear ftist a ,gesisiliss'Vantsiorl'it thlbslocaltse'r'ol'iss, e'l'dls'tlhleir t Uo-voaeitnii ob.iite Nr ihtebs fterglt .r III MUUUfU.,LJL.H.S
Stdo ccI at's' iil egIs:iiis li'isIlt liii'Tihat onle b'giyit('M'essUrfs.AA
steib'IfEsysi il liiriglpissois '11 ts'elss'.Tha Isue byMises Ihe fluent in the city. Come and see,
s bsssstoI le sssuli'l-l 1)3bya h'lssssklc ot risi's , la~ri' s and iSesitielt 'canis es-__________________________
entitleid "First Sltps ii Eyiifkil" lie Ps'ially gisosi. F. IF. Miyers, 'hI)L, l 1.. . : e,®^

lDr, E. A. 'Wi'allis Bdsge, kc'etper 5 ens'a-
tesr) osf ssiriii sasisi EgypiiuiiAntli-
quties ills'efBritishi Museumis, wcc'h
is to be issiuedsdurinug use next fe'cc
wceekcs. We iunaderstanid lthatlit scill
consist of as sketchi of the commisonest
andsimost tisefutO fairsct siieectd'vitii
ft writinig and grassmsiar, short lists
of (iso comnst sighs aind deternA-i
natives, a list of about 500 comoissoi
wcords, a series of texfs slid extracts,
w'ithliniterliiiear trailebstious, fromn
about It, C. 4200-200, anl a few' uss-
lraiistits'cat'd slnd uiitraisslafs'd texfs,
wcith fish glossary, to lie wsorkedl out
indelpenldcently. Every Egytplian c'ordl
sansi passage in the books is traslifer-
stted, ansi nunmerouo retercinces cviii
giditi the beginner to usore aedvaneds
wvorks on the .subject.
LEARtN TO DA-NCE.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Granger Cor'dially'
invite those wishiing to lear to dunce
Is callt atGrauger's Acudemsy.Ile
offiee is on (lie ground dloor and just a
step from State at. We run a school
snVIletly, No hops given, Visitors, ex-
cepxting parents and chaperones are
not admitted. You can Join at any
time.
Miss Lou La Tourett, 194, of Fenton,
Micli., is visitings friends st the Uni-
versity.

wasse ll' siig mnisliof the slssc'
CALENDAR.
Mon., 0'sb. 17-Second Semesater be-
nine.
Frit, Fsb. 28, 4 1p. 10., Viatermiian
gyiuiilisisii-Iindoior meet, compe~titiont
spin to first yealr studlents ia all Os-
partmlento.
Sat., Feb. 29-Ponton Temple Quar-
(site in S. L. A. course.
Sat., Marcel 7, S p. in., 5Aats'siatn
gymnasitum-Iindooir meet, comspetitioni
opon to alt secoind year sttisents in
every departiient.
Fri., Mlarcl 13, 5Sti. in., Watermar
gymanasim-'Vsii'eity indoor meet.
The matny patrons of Elli1s, the
tailor, will be pleased to notice his ad.
ina thissiue statling that hes dcill soonl
be here again Mtr. Ellis did a+ large
amiount of busineso here last ye-ins, and
wve have yct to hear of the first Coii-
plaint:. 95
IF YOU EVER VISIT DETROIT.
And what studciit does notyen
make a mistake if you fail to look
through the allow rooms of Messrs.
Wright, Ray & Co., on Woodward
avenue, adjoining the opera house.
For twenty-four yeat-s this house has
been a synonym for everything fine
in the line, of Precious Stones, Watch-
en, etc., etc.
Subscribe for the Daily.

A BRICK
$ illude but ine of our ihotwa ter
bottles will heep ysoir feet sare-ire
theseessld sn itstaid Tcirhaps pre-]
centsa serios illness. A ood one
for 165 cents, the best seamoless for A
'1.00.!
SPALMER'S ]PHARMACY. 0
Holmes nmahkeaspneecsalty of party0
orders. 'Phone him from hine. 0
SPECIAL.
D TETAS & SCHiANI nell Salts and Pants
at prices to suit everybsody; we also do
repairing, csanng and presslsg. Worh
nailed for and delivered. Nto. 4atS. Statdsat.,
second floor.
0 tY. MARTIN, Fueral Director, Cloth
V.adMetallic Cantets and Common
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 12 S.
Washington st.
UOF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
1 0'ooms. All cppointsnenls fSent clas.
imported and dommsticcsigars. Laih' artis-
tic hair dressing and hatiing parlors. J. R.
Trojasowski 80OS. State St.
ITHEN YOtU WANTr your elothses cleaend,
Spressrd, rrlined or rebounnd go to M~rs.
Fingeri e, over Sheehan's bssot store. Lab-
oratory aprons made to ordor
CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
LATEST STYLES,

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