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March 30, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-03-30

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THlE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

THE VICTOR
League Ball
will bat further and last
longer than any other
make. It contains the
best materials and shows
the finest construction
throughout.
Every I"Iofficial"
league ball offered to
the public is an
imitation of the
VICTOR.
Demand the Victor in all
cases. Our trade mrk
is a guarantee of finest
quality.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
Maes of Vter icycls.
II G.Spadi & Bros
"The nme s a Gur-
atee" that the article
_ hearing it is the tet
produced. Uifonms
t and Supplies of every
description for Jise-
bll. Tennis olf.
.a SeedIfor iandome
8c~. - Illustrated Catalogue.
Ther Ame of Pefetin- .
THE
Spalding Bicycle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
News York, Cicang, Phiadepisa.
Largest Masufacturers of Bicycles and Ath-
letic Good iu tewold.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Organized 180.
Capital, $0000 Surplus and Pots, $4,00
Transcts a general aning business.
Foeign exchnges ought and sold. Furish
lentesf credit.
P. BACI Per. S. W. CLARSON Cahier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stc,$55,000. Surplus, $15,00.
Resources, $1,00,00.
Organied under the General Banking Lawn
eel this State. Receveeu depuaits, hys ad
sells echange n the principal cties f te
United States. Drafte cahed psuf proper
Identficaton. Safety deposit boxen to ret.
OruCERS: Christian Mach Pen.:W.ID.
Harriman Vce-Presu;Chas g,.Bsc,
Cashier: iJ. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 . State St
114
O ne-Quarter Off on all
GYM SUITS
WMSIAFBLER'S Cycle Emfporium
11 W. Washington t.

I ~for Spring , n c Sum meir Suits ---
THEISEN, THE TAIl
---18 Nrth Fosurth Avenun, Arlington Block. -
---OR
HYGIENIC=- BOARDING - H(
Loeated halfl:a bloch fromUnieersity -round:;. Under net managseme
the nveof ucossmod atisnc any peson:::lpllylo' forbo-ard. Wer a-
sprnga pat ronage. Sitivs otar capitiy is lismited aplty at once or call a1
at., neat to School of Metasic.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, P
DSO YOU EAT NUTm

Fancy Mixed Nuts-------
Fancy Mixed Nuts.--_
Fancy Virginia Peanuts-
Fancy Virginia Peanuts -

--100
lec

DEAN & GOMI

44 South Main Street.

CHRISTIAN VOLUNTEER BAND0. CALENDAR.
Dr. Wanleus and Mr. Broadnax Ad- 1o., Marchl 30, folioa
dress the Christian Union. lRev-. Jameso Kay Applebti
An adiece tat ille th Pre~y-Allen foe.'
Au io~i~iie tat ued11wIrclO-- 'tues., March 31, foils
totr' ie iurttela ~sst eligh:li ht: ii:: to Rev. Jatmes Kay Aptplebc
int. 'cot ing 4 atldrerz es by Mri. 3Rsed- Wesley.'
nsat, till eiiig seesstiy orfVice Volna- Tile'., Mtarcli i1, 4 p c.Iinl n.D.l'incs vL N'ctn o ran o
spoke tothIle ('liritsiu feioe. Itt,(Goveinment Clubl.
lit' ite:lilg l gO- ruceday. lircli 31,
Brieecilax opeedeinostlcy gl -Rte 7'1iii, 7:.1) lt. 1:-I Be
ilt 5' oliort Ilistoricvil kelotch Of0141law s6hstss oeratr. Adliis,
Voluntoer Bandio. Ise iiis'tittistIits FTl, Aisril 3, 2 p. nii., Ne
ie-eliowicnt ust aiot i had gerowis-Annulal meetisng sofU.
fubtiedittigu-Asotociaiini.
isntil notw 'esvery cossilicy of tse gloot Rail., Alptil 4, 1 pt.lit.,
tcco'tiaedit. l~e ctilllsoic~lhitnilal election of the Atl
need of co-o~pertatiotn amonelg thte dif- iost..
fereist ('lziitia ooteis or llfs 005111- Sat.,. April 4, S3lO0it.
try in the lltinde's ssoerk. Fielst-Mitluigssi s-a. Mit
D)r. Wstnleos folloss-d ss-isttan rmil- cultural College.
g:11., Aplril 4, S p. 11
dress upion "Inias." li al1k witsHal--recturee on "Paso
very gootaed11'1Oioss-etda. siseefu til tly Obeeoantinergon," by 1Rev.
of tise question. The sloclor ospent (sue iteeefit cif Womenasthyn
year its Indlia;, and is a gctattsiite isf Wed., April (.-Presteto
tse college of the ci-ty of Nesv York. lets Ctste-"int Grand OC
under direction of Prof.'
During heis vsit ini ud:is lie eoorlss'd Thurs., Apr. 0-Fasculty
800 hiomes in thoetcltoo)x°ity of a. nethi- Feieze Memorial Hall.
cal ads-hoer, 00otlisst lie besainte well Sat., Apr. 11-Spring re
fitted to discuss the soubject fromolef- NOTICE'.
sonil ol sse'r rsinn athait lie had iiasde. All nilernbers of thic 1813
Alo nl'prsnreiin iverlytarsmsreotuttely failed to nieet her needs. ill- Ita-i at S p. iti Same:d
dioohain anilloi stailmedlszisi: i:'sr:e be'- MIac'i 28, ais the bsainitie
tUivoessily will be Crut off.
donme syzon I-as foernl lipu~ity, J. A.LI3lOY
cruelty south hyponera'y. Indtia, need
One front suite, $2.10.
('llistio~nitly:lt. be-Misse ci lirceste ro Icos uuc
syote i; 2d, hlce bdy so0:l silfs1111g, and bath. 20 S. Ingalls s
therc being 500,W80 tlpers hoaihliR Where to puirhelisia:'i
alsoit else countr1y ansd500,000 blind l lled o rtsa sthy of cc
=are 'Icelpless, snd 3d, because lhere is Messrs. Weight, Key & Ct.
an otlurettional ceisis. wi1th lil t shsltsisiictlz repue
A Itroiinlclt statesmnan lassaid51 itcprecse of 14 years
localtoti, wilthIto :1'santas
"unless Cloislhiiniy takes lo''~s- se.;on pctt'e nbete
of the pole, hiidia will sink fromathee tlsetr goode ait 11cr low(
hsell of hseathenismto th11cc orso hlipites, sndl wit h -istaock
of infidehity.' stoolunmuounted goods s
Dr. Wsolless soltke in the sfte~riaoon qtctbty sod quantity toc
st Me ltila4n hloll, cntpl atsizing the niosft ifical, szhould sit he4
samne line of thloughit as Iho didl in the v7iewed before sony solecti~
Thsey sere the only eleis
evenng at floe tircbyteohon church, wheo imort theiir goodsci
Wanted-A+ hustling steward for the grest diaond soarkel>
hoard and roomsn. .54 S. Main at. 00111, f'atls sod Lonldon.

STY [S Closing Out
We have left a fair stock of
all sorts of
L4OR, - - WRITING TABLETS
--whicht can e closed out as
follows:
OP..S MAMMOTH 200 PAGE TABLET, 5C
GOOD RULED TABLETS, 1OO PP3 FOR IC
®USE. GOO0 WRITING TALE, - - 8 C
stand sele RNELNNTBLT, - - 5C
uled of good BEST CRANE LINEN TABLET, - 35C
t it Maynsssd WIlTING PAPER BY THE QUIRE OR LB.
ROPRIETORS This stock will not e replaced.
3 ~Come quick for frst hoice.
Argus Printing House.
per pound G. H. KEYES.
[ lbs for $1
prer pound OPERA HOUSE JEWELER
lbs for $I IN:-I of X., A. A. H. S.
PANY. The finest in the city. Come and see
MOORE & WETMORE
eilan rhurell- B S. MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
e, onl "Edgar' CORNER OF WILLIAM,
AyE A COMPLETE STOCa Or
riat Curch-
teon ',.on UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
IlltV Is sist- For the Second Semester,
oni of fitod New and Second-Hand
Law1etek~re which they offer
al for "Ano:r At the Lowest Prices.
e''sbwrly 8111 STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
of AL1)'iiy
2 apA"- li-GRANGE R' S
leti Asscia- You can jo our clasenoew, or at
ay nime convenent to yourself, the
in., Athletic terse startng wen you do. Office and
higan Agri- . Academy 6(Maynard St.'
°Jmyo Another Lot
10 10111. Of that good Pesout Candytut
tion of 'Jul in t goes liehtoca'kes ave
yes udyo enshare ontis nes
)tOIRa 3ools, pallfat55cnsapud
Trueblood PALMNER'S PHARMACY.
yconcert at
Swhaen yu want a hac and wat it
ict and sureeume inad phone
ecess begins, blie'Liery.
r, ad DetaaSPECIAL.
(Joy esenitg, D>IETAS & SCHAN sell Suits and Patst
)ls fterepa "inriccleaning and ,resshng.we ork
aled fr and de'.lered. Nio 46S. State S.,
,Cpli. ecnd fSer.
- ~ ~ M e" 8 5ARTtN, Funeral Director, Cloth
One single j0. and Msetatic Cakets and F~ew Grad
eheat, light Colins. Emalmtng a Specialty. N. 17 S.
- IT OF M. SHAVING PARLOR and 01th-
honds is 9TT rom. Alt ~ppuitments fist clas.
ons orted and domestic cias. Ladis' sctis-
unsideetion. tie hair dressisg and athng pasoes. .J. R.
s. f Det'tit Trelanuwski 30. State St.
kstlon, wilhsAWHEN YOU SANT your clothes ceteand,
il Vh ~ e p pressed, relned or reebond go to Me.
inti oeFngerle, ver "Sheean's oot atre. Lab-
giae of eslaitl oratory aprons made to order _
i to Obine
eel- 104ble
of mounulld
sufftcret inl
satisfy the V f'f MP
ait b tib,-t 7rI? l'
on istaeA
10 'the state j 1rT
h1reoths- frol s Y /
iof Alitter COLLAR

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