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February 28, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-02-28

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TIIE U. OF M. DAILY.

THE VICTOR
League Ball
will bat further and ast
longer than any other
make. It contains the
best materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every "official"
league ball offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mark
is a guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WH-EEL CO.
Malcers of Victor Bicyls.
A G Spalding & Brs
"The Names a Gar-
anee" that the article
earing it is the best
produced. Unformss
nd Supplie of eery
desription for "age-
hll.,Teni. Gol.
11Send ;or hndsome
,, -. - Ilnstrated Catais:gue.
The Arce of Peetinon-
THR
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Newe York, Chiago, Phladephia.
Largest Maufaturero of Bicycles and Ath-
letic Goods in the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 181.
Capital, $100,0010. Surplun and Prefit, 0,000
Trssacts a general asing business.
Foreigs rxchanges bought adold. Furnish
letters of credit.
0P. BACH Pes. S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
T'HE ANN ARBOR SAINGS BANK
Capital Sto k, $50,000. Surplus, $150000.
tResources, $,100,000.
Organized under the General Bankng Law
of tis Sttte. Receives deposits, uyn and
tells echage on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cahed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit oes to rent.
Oretteos: Chistan Mack Pre.; W. D.
BHarrima, Vice-Pres." Chan5. Hiscock,
Cahier; M. J. Fritz Assistant Casher.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
jYour Gym Suit,
Cheapest place to buy it
is at
M SAELRS Cycle Emporium
11 W. Washington Bt.
Bicycles, Sundries, Sport-
ing and Athletic Ghoods.

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NOTICE-Odd Shirt Sale ! Closing Out
A ll X ,'75 S41. and S41.Weal haove left a fair stock of
Shirts in Our North Window, - -WRITING TABLETS
9 Q IDQ C Q C which can be closed ot as
9 Q CQ C ~C follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
D. A TINKFER &~ SOIJ, GOOD RLED TABLETS,I0PP 3 FOR IOC
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - BC
No. 9 South Main Street. CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15C
DO OU A 1NUT ? EST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
DO YO EAT UTS? WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE R LB.
This stock will not be replaced.
Fancy Mixed Nuts-------------------------l __ _ __ __ _ 1c per pound Cote quick forifirst choice.
Fancy Mixed Nuts --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---11 lbs for $1 Argus Printing House.
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------------_ _ __ __ _loc per~pound MO R & W T OR
Fancy Virginia Peanuts..---------------__ _ __ __ ---12lbs for $1 O R E M R
LDEAN & COMPANY. 65S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
44 South Main Street. CORNER OF WILLIAM,
FRIlT AND FLOWER MISSION.I AT THE GRAND OPERA 1hOUSE. OV AttC-T 505o
A Rorganization Has Boon Effect- Twames T. Coreft's new tsly "A UNIVERSITY- TEXT1 - BOOKS!
ed and New Oficers Elcted. Ntvtl Cadet" is not of te ustsal kind
Fr the Second Semester,
'T'he lFruit atid Flosw-ct' ttsiosn hats ftrnishted boers as a neat's, of Show-
ingthIletirtustle sit u"cence." Te New and Second-Hand
reorganizelio th -tliss Buttler, '9i) , ptilt allottedCi(orbeft is ore anili- which they oter
prtesidenit Itnd Mts. .. N. Martintrca- uoss itsa histrioic way. Mrry a At the Lowest Prices.
strer. A comttlee of yon thtier10c actor who h~ it's-ct-e been attpgilist
tus teen atulointed. to solicit teti twiti falls firtet- short of tccetabtluits. STILYAC FDNIG
suht'rptiiisforan lssulalcoto Hete is earneticatndntraltt, 1111dite
Sbriinsfrauabuacrtbeis a force aouttt IJiswork ascriballe a'
ttsted ill cmmot tioll withl thte' liRpltal.tttmrth an mt~t 'ore, physial isste. G A N G E S
Thso Fruit alnd Flower Mssikllh1a10The stat Shtows Ili s kill with tie Yucn;oG R u lsesnw ra
aboutt$70 011 hatid front last year and pucing Oag, to te delihtituf his any time convenient to yosrself, the
with the lloney~ collectedth ley nsiy c- 1n a clindirers, a11d at. icthe co of term starting weke you do. Gffice and
thte pay there is a very Spirited rotghi Academy 0IMayaed t.
cure tilecdesiretdamlotut. Th'le amttt- and1 tmbltfght bteec'l Corett alsd
lance will cst ill te noiglhborloci of Jo1hn1Mceye, wichlouos mat i~O1k" .H I I Y
$150~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~s anbilbeeita i-cy o1cthe teal tting Itianthietustal prize
used by those sunfortunalte as to ring scenes do. Every scenie11as beenOPR H US JE L R
eewihijrad.i e ons-ey-esc'-tl-1.tlelttticlittl'il
aisce to remve Ilienint theit ite(r ld iy tare tarveils of seetie art. PINS-U. of M., A. A. H. S.
onceto crnea the to heirberm o iager Bradly las strrounded (or-
te hospital. A futit wsill lbe set ulliat eft withl a ccmpany of tunutstal execl- The finest in the city Come and see
to hothioct' patientis sato'heiospital letce itcltditg te well ktnown slid
whos a'e witut ot funids and. needl fr- y ctlht apale setr, MC1eel
ftber freatacuet . IRanklin. At the Grandl opera house NOW LAD IECS
tomsori'cw' Iigit. a its your turn to do the grand. You
A Musical Wrinkl.U remember te boa of cady you
NOTICE. had at te asual ball. You can't
Wrinle iatts No 9 f tlis ear s Al Glnlhto o 'fG V.10 aV('fiSd ay ucer for the Leap Year7
Wrikle1s~eS o. ofthi yer £ls ll embrs f 10 N'h0hat, wll a Party. it is Flos' and you can
a, nmuical nmher. Tile drawings rare poot oit0s in ally ieldl dy since gtl nya
by aron, ery.t~wlssV eltrilgtie lli-esiy ltd teat PALMER'S PHARMACY.
by ill 1110,class willLary.'ae reportG. Order yor carae here of olmes'
present intecasw ll ~a f~ot iery and be sure to get the et
Wh71ite and Wi. Tollnson. They are at Gibson's potographl gallery on Sat- service is own.,
utp to thteatoal santdard. K. . H. urday moring at. 11 o'clock siaip fot-r
A. ML S. and G. IR. B. estntrihute tile track tetam picture. Hring wsinin SPECIAL.
poetry of the edition andf most Of the clothes. D. I. STUAIIT, __________________
praseO is trontihtie samle nathors. The Manager. 1 ITAS & SOBN sell Suis and Pats
lobces are as utsuatl.1 at prices to suit everybody; so also do
NOTICE. repairing, cleaing snd p esing. Work
There will be a rebueasal of the 'Var- called for and delvred. No. 48S.,'tae st.,
All anuiates for fresman baseball ecod floor.
sty Manidolin Club tonight alt 7 teamn please hasnd name and poition .ARNFueaDictrCth
ociock. to H. . Potter, 39 Thayer of. 0. adtMetnllic Casets and Fine Grade
Coffins. Embalming a !Specialty. No. 19.
The fGst yesr law' class held auleet- Iolnn to rent, 41) Wastentwav. Fourth ave.
lug yesterday afterinoon and made a- furnace heat. liaft, Inicely fur- U. OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
Sroom. All appointmets fiet class.
rangements to organize a relay team ulshed. $2. imported and domestic ciase. Lades' artis-
tD Cntet wth, -tam f th Seiortic hair dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
tocnetwti ou f h eir One front suite. $2.50. One single Tojanowki 30 S. Stae t.
law dossrs t 1110'sarsty indoor 1000. oons 75 cent s. Fuinace heat, light TE YOU WANT your clothes ceteend,
NOTIlCE.snd bath. 20 s. Ingalls St. 130 prssed reined or rebound go to Mrs.
Fingere, ver Sheehan's ost store. Lab-
I will issuie credits to students who Medical Students-The pae to get oratory aprons made to order
hlae eoinpleted Course 1 in CGeneai your bnd of pocket caes made as
Chemistry at te Lower Lectre you want them is at the Argus Book
Room, Medical Building, on Saturday, Bindery.
Feb. 29. sit 11:30 a. in.
GEO. . HIGLEY. Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, in their manfacturing depart-
Leap year party at the Gymnasiu, mont, employ the largest force of CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
Saturday, Ito. 29, 2 to 5 p. m. Tick- Skilled designers and workmen contip /
ots to the floor $1, to t10 gallery 25Inected with any retail establishment of ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
cents. this kdnd in the State, In fraternity
The Argus Book Bindery, No. 14 badges especaly thleir work is not ex- LATEST STYLES,

Masonic Block, down town. I

celled, if equated, in this country. I

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