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March 10, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-03-10

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TfI U. OF M. DAIL0Y.

THE~~~~~~~N LATESTFIETSI~0APmeTL STYLES

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NOVELTY IN GENTS' SUITINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96
Jos. W. Kollauf,
Merchant Tailor,
10 E. Washington St.
2d Semester.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $3 FOR THE REST OF THE YEA.
91 G Spadig & Bros
_ TheNmes a Gar-
ate" that the aricle
baring it is the bst
produced. Uijoform
.,y and Spplies of esvery
decriptio for lhs-
IllsraeCaalou. .
The Ani of l'rfrtion-
'PHF
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York. Chiago, hilaslrphi.
Lrget Maufaturer-i of Bicycles ad Ath-
letic Good io the world.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Ogancizod 1SM1
Cpitalc, 5100,000. Surpus cd Prefit, 40,000
Transactoageseral ibcnkig busiss.
Foreig.. exchanes boght nd sold Funish
letters ofrdit
P. BACHI Prs. S WCLARKSONOCshir
THE ANN ARBORt SAVINGS DANK
Capital Stok, 850,000. Surilus, 150,000.
Resources, 1,00,00.
Orgiorizd udrthe Genercl Bootlg Lws
of this Stcte. Reeie deposits, bys cd
sells echange 0n the principl citiec of the
United Sttes. Drft cashed upon proper
identifictiosn. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OrFCRSeesChristin'lack Prs.; W. .
Barrimas. Vice-Prs.; 0ChasE. Hisock,
Cashier: M.J.. Frito Assitant Cahier.
-Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE,'S, 48 S. State St.
Your Gyw Suit
Cheapest place to buy it
is at
M, SARBERS Cyce Emporium1
11 W. Washington t.
Bicycles, Sundries, Sport-
ing and Athetic Goods.

THEISIEN, THE TAILOR,
- - - 18 North Fourth Aveone, Arlington Block. - - -
BOAarD, BO.ARZD.
NEW DINING PARLORS OPENED AT NOe II MAYNARD ST,
I Trelyteic BoidislHouselias chaiged hands.Will noswle rn onadifferen
n~ II s-verybr t V.50boardiilhe citysti1l be sred. Conseandty it andhbe
coniniiced. A special diet tahle only for those who wish it.
F. J. RENI-hlicCS, C. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
DO YOU SIN4O=E"?
4 Pittsburg Stogies for - C c
7 Fulli Value Cigars for- - - - - - - 25c
6 Prodigy Cigars for - B-2ce
4 Owl Boquo t Cigars for- - -- - --25Cc
3 Royal Banner Cigars for - - - - 25c
Lowest Market Price by the, Box.
DEBAN &CO.MPAN-Y.
44 South M1ain Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. I CALRNDAR.
Prof. (l I hilt lectusii10to t law'is- F-i., Tar. . 3, 81. i.-TIIii're.siirr,,n
claisses today-.. CardfChili ofthoe PalladlniumZFrale rni-
10. A. (Xaigo, 5100 0L, is sidsiti lot his tite 1111545 it Pil Ioppa Isi house..
hionet i iin llclltl. Sat5t.,-hcia 1l, 8 p. in., 'sVaitenuiao
A. L..XA tison ha.,; l .l aostr nri- 0'iiimnliuii-Y arsiio-indoor meet.
Fri'1-., :tarch'850 Bainiqulet.
edl from io aitcs ltip to (licoi;o. Thturs., Apr l--acutly Ai.oiscert lat
The Atleftic- Bloardf still meet ill Frieze Memorial Hall.
Itioni 1), 0iisrs ify OHil, Ohis evcening. Sat., Apr. 11-Fpriitg recess; betgins,F
Prof. Kolton lliwiltlibe unlto 0 LRCTURS ON SOfiOLOGY.
mi-etl his blss classe.s tlhis ceeli lie- The lecture of Rabbi Grooioalan
cause of his illness. atnouncedi to falke place oin March 4
tliliors lrice, .-105 Ltwotipilyetd has beein poosonied to it later date.
lef en onthe'vasit teraaof 94,The first lecture of the series will be
lef efct ii fieslroiy flioof 4,by Itev. Wii. Ksnight, of SagilifwonO
is pr lctil-llg in Miisoak. ',i. ilAatch 11~ sulkiest"Pces-alent fDoctrine
lfnstruictor W. D. Smith hasi reltf.BId as to the Righ-lt Methoods of Hlailing
fiom ill;- eaist aiid, osill ri-sfme Oils Deloqeiato
wsork in thic lass-deiao~rtsiioi at on1ce. UlIZIC FOft SHOT STOI.
Mlosf of flu-eiinibei-sof laust yoaris The '96 0Ites Gestae" Board ofer a
o silsily base-ball tram swere - icle-cash prize of $15 for thce best shiort
soyon a legal osubject. Conh-iibu-
ing iii lie-cage yesleribo lafte-rniooni. oytions from all departmuenits are hin-ited
Plan-s aor ieing madthalivie 01S. and the Bolartd reserve the right to. use
Nicholas rinill iiNess Vorl opeino-olby fill iafinscript submiltted
a Hockey gaeso b etss-en Yale aidsol IORA'1MEIN'I OP DRII). IR1NfS.
Prinetoni. ites. Wiii. Knight, of Siginawa, swill
PlansO art beifig formlatofed for fbie sheik on this toplic to all inti-restedinil
laidui ngf 5lug eiooriotl Hasll, tol be Socioltogy 1 iiithelecture roioiiiat01p.5
built at the univ-ersity Settl-eiint of 10a0 Hall, Wetdnesdasy at lbp. Ii.
thie Chicago Uiyeroly ata cool: of THEIREST MILRAGR.
$35,000. The Interchangeable 1,000 mile tick-

Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sors of
--WRITING TABLETS
which can e closed out as
follows:
MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
0000 RULED TABLETS, 100 PP 3 FOR IO
GOOD WRITING TABLET, - B
CRANE LINEN TABLET, - - 15
BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
WRITING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR- LB.
This s-ock will not e replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus Printing House.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
COINER OF WILLIAM,
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
For the Second Semester,
New and Second-Hand
shihi they offer
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING'
GiRANG-ER'S
You can join our classes sew, or at
aniy time coiiveniet to yurelf the
iermi startinig whn you do. Offe and
Academy i Mayari t.
OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
PINS:-UI. of., A. A. H. S.
Tho finest in the city. ome and see
0Every Week$
We get infesh sppy of lows
Chiguoaniels You iCn do
pedos fhal being pefetyst A
isfp tosy Your moneys woti os
$your money ack.
PALMEI IS PHARMACY.
We atnubesrach office for Iolmes
Lvery. All orde promptly attend-
ed o.
SPECIAL.
DTIETAS & SCHANZ sell Suits ad Pats
D at prices o suit everybody; we aso dro
repirisg, cloning usd resslsg+. Work
called for and deivered. N. 48 S. State t.,
, ecoiid foor.
OR . MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth
*an dlMealic Casets asd Fie race
Coffins. Embaimng a Specialty. No. IT S.
Fourth ave.
U, O M.SHAINGPARLOR and Bath-
roms Al ppoltmensfistclas.
Insported asd domestic cigar. Ladies artis-
tic hole demsi 3ng asd bathing parlors J..
Trojanuwski a S. State St.
W~ HEN TOUl TAN your clothes leaed,
prenedreined or rebound go to Me.
Figeloer Sheehans boat sto. Lab-
oratory apross made to ode
CHICO & AUSKERADE COLLARS
ODENA & PATOKA CUFFS,
LATEST STYLES,

t

A. I.. Pi-trie, ex-tIS, scho hias beenlat
homeniciatk since the Chiristinas vao-a-
tion. is much liimprovsed, hiut cwii loot
lie able Is ristmefii is syorkshere edur-
inig lie liresenct year.
A. A. Farland, thie reniowned bafijo
play 0er is silflolllcetf to appear, t at the
Zolo-erily 0-11001 of Mtusir, March 19,
tundtheCiiausplices of tile Golinofrina
Mlaidlfil Club, sf this city. At pres-
enlt lie is making a tour of the eastelci
states.
DANCING AT GRANGERRS.
$3 to Slay 2nd, any class you care to
attend, Single class lessoss50 cents.
Single private lesson $1.10. Program
evening every Tuesday and. Saturday
after April Gth. Office, residence and.
acadienoyopposite school of music, No.
6 Maynard st.
One front suite, $2.10. One single
room 71 cents. Furnace heat, light
and bath. 20 S. Ingalls st. 1360

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the B. & 0., Big Pour, C., H. & D., etc.
Price $20. Gooid one year. There are
others in thoe market, hot the Ohiio
Central Lines'Picket is the favorile.
See agents Ohio Central Lilies, or
addtress
MOULTON HOUK, G. P. A.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Room to rent, 40 Washtenaw ave.,
furnace beat, bath, nicely fur-
nished, $2,
The Daily will be delivered by car-
rier or by mail for the remainder of
the year for $1.21.
The stabionery and engravingd-
porbluent of Wright, Kay & Co., of
Detroit, is producing the larger part of
the finest society stationery that is be-
ing uaed. by the various fraternities in
the United States. They have also fur-
nished many of the most elaborate pro-
grams, reception cards. etc., etc., for
universities througliout the country.

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