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October 14, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

All6, SPALDING & BOS, Noble's Star' ClothingH se
11tbl Supplies a
Specilty.35 South Main Street.
-. Nereq-uiio th e very ~ ce~, ns t- Fair M inded Person
~j hr n (.oiurdsn. nal will admiit that cheap merchant tailoring does tntcon-
lluirc Spaldings Olicial pare witih good, ready-made, garmets. Tthat the hest,
a iri-t olcgoliat n~etl ready-n-aode Clothing equals the hest custoin work is
t iai- IPrice, so no. . likewise uoiiersally ackiiowledged.
(J aiiiiie Ne RleaPieturia WE HAVE SUITS ANDOVECO~fATS FTATGAE
Pice, l10 ctsa.indomealy
111 tlc-d Foothbad Cattognmeasiit Eee. Slop ini and we will shocw youi.
Neii Yoark, Chiiagii. 11.iioird!plila.
. QORE & WETMORE DEAT of A. C. McGraw, of
DA A.C. McGraw & Co.
6 S. MAIN ST, AND STATE ST, of Detroit, force a settlement
CORNER OF WILLIAM, of the estate. Shoes had to go.
ii15AV' ( OMP~LETOC01 i' We -bought 3,000 pairs for
TEXT BOOKS Sc on the $1. Have opened
UNIVERSITY -TXT- BOS the greatest slaughter known
A in the history of Ann Arbor.
,siNew and Second-Hand. _ nT t .ill trtan4. rveci-..

'doti- oilicandl thieStudents Suptplies.
11onia lnens ine'Stac ltionery, Spacting
4ioidc. ctc., which-I they offer lit the lowest
Call and see us hefore Purchasing.
THE BOOK OF ATHLETICS
..AND OT-Or-DOOR SPORTS,
NORIMAN IV. IiING11ii, Itt.,
Captain of the Moatt Ilaeni Teami, 1890.
This niqueibio is an 11athletic syimposum
,Con reihao bya le] owcci naletenrs, en-
jwtctandaideaelam-cptainsi. iHarvard,
Vale, and o thie leading college-. are 11110-
:soiild. Foothall, bs ll, ~lll. ciis, golf,
cricet, hiirdliiig aud tickc athicties, ,yacht-
ing~ saiting, biceyclinig, e., arc practiclilly
.ail suggectively trealtedl.line yol., cloth,
leao., pirofucely illustrated, 01.50.
F r sale b loo les
THE LOTHROP PUBLISHING COMPANY,
93)11Pe1r1 Street, Boiiton.
FIRST NTATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARtBORl.
Organised 1001.
Capital, $100,000. Siirplus and Profits, $40,000
Transacts ia genecal bashing business.
Fnrelgnenchanges bought and said. Furaish
letters of credit.
P. BACtI Pren. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
-THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, S5000. Surclus, $50,000.
tResouresc, :0,100,000.
organised underthie Genecal Banking Lawes
of this State. Rteceives deoscits, hays and
..salso exnige onl the principal cities of the
United Staten. Drafts cashed neon proper
Identlficntion. Safety depoit hones tn rest.
Orrionas: Chlritian Mach, Pren.; W. 0.
irinic Te-Pres.;Chic. E.Hisconk,
Casie:M.0J1 FritzAcsitant Cnshier
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
.14 A2ND 406S. STATE ST.
01. At. AUSTIc, 111w, Nation L. Tvm,n,
27 Thompson at. P. O. Block.
°ai THE FINEST IN THE LAND"1
Babylon Coal1
Give it a trial and you
will always use it.
J SOLD ONLY MY
Staebler~
I Office 11 W. Washington at.
Phase No. 8.
I YIirds DLC . h .
Phone No. 97.

A-OLmeA U 1 Gjo 0dsPeed's,
17 S. MAIN ST.
L.A1 .I \JL 'SThat lhavo perfecitcombullsliO11tiond otint simoke or
smech:
The New Enchanter, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfection Stu-
dent, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all iiickel platied,
seithi last ilmprovemeilt. Wsel ol whlat we advertise anid guaranitee
duality of goiods, anid aro never unidersold.

IDEAN &COMPANY.

44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSI'TY NOTES.
.Lucy C. G1ri-eni . is ch ho
Aill Cicago.iiiiiii
Jotilla Cie oleik '08, i mledciat1111o.
Atlednta I'xoaillilyll iil l
Tile sophomore11111, bis lea apiie lla
comttee ayto tl-c loo ferl-thforliiis iris-
tilt Near.

Adelohi and Aloha Nu a Success.
lb- 'hea11 1 humeetigofat.\lllii0itr
itier in,lllC 15115occiii liiillilci hyd
hi nuppiircliiiby liie 01111t.,11111lii c 11ot-
if thei jitifl a c tenliio10tIolinillfavoir
ohflthe athlt-tisi. Ni-t Safl iy- liii-e
subjltl f or idebalite iiwi-be"RlUe ii..
'11111:thetiiit-u. tt111s shoiulitreeiii--

Take
r A Look
erviceable
6 N, MAIN ST
LAWBOOKS!
[toy all you can afford, for
present old futtre use, at our
LOOSEST PRICES
We 011a11 e herel for a few
days oly
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 505S. STATE ST,., i4r
OPERA WIIUSE J[W[LNY SIOBE
G nestick of Vltiiiin. Jewelryaiid
Niielties. iReparing ill Wat~he. Jci-
shry told liiic tiiciiiand 01 otils
a p laty tCsiliidt orod goliiiid
C. H. KEY ES.
DRUGS
That's Our Business.
InLetuccspply you ats nthat
line.
reL1z.er's Phar~.aoy
40 S. Satr St.. Ann Artiir.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE ''S, 48 . State St.
SPECIAL.
P IANOS TO RENT by the month, or for
sali on eay tiems aiiilog tim. 15S.
Ingalilst. B. J.Conrad.
Ul OF ¢1. SHiAVING PARILORIand Batrom.Alppitesfrtcli-s
Imiported asil idometic ciar. Ladie' artis-
tic, hair dressiiig and ating parloes. J. I.
Tio,anowski, 30 S. State st,
lThES V OIth SANT yor clithiscleoiied,
W Vpressed. eitiid or reond 001to Mrs.
Lingeric eveoc Slielans bohstore. La-
oratory apron-. madetoilorier.
F.JSHT makes acseccialty of
ad Binds olvi sfrom 2- upard at.5011.
State t.'
Dl OI losg fr soeof your mothes
1Jcooking eery mcal ilpreparod and
with the saimieipaitstakinareoicsoeiewold
glee t-at t, Foret ae. Colioce tahle
hond-S3 per eek.
J(EEP yor acountswith the State Sa-
ing's Banhfy.
1-c.,

Thiii iatiarendehiredilby Siiihcttallnd ciiiltbehtiesolced, 111a11 lieiso-icaliid
ivis atiheIlphSida :til citurday wa~s Bluie I1.cc-nof Ni-cSYlltkashiould be
excellit. cenforcid.
A Iat IC. 10ulci 9. Itirelaill ic afTliihe fil ieelitnf of Alpha. 1Noiivca
tics isi Chiicgo.socetiy ills every outloo o o sl it 1 tt
GeoriIgc A. Dfaoni. 110, is lasicstantlto aitici af Ithyear. -Bueliliinterest i isb-
Mt. 13. .Arnolil. omrtineniic-l-oiicit-in,,g manifesed ini th cwork.and otwtis
'The Otaile tlhli-lcc-ttwill-iet iixi Fri-.Thi-r-caris man~y aiviitttaoeS ho hi
hdly eveinlg to ill itievaayc auseli Ibd Iderivedl frioiitiledseiscieties ii thte
by Mr. Pagis' risigiulatin, ts ilhecliillMatter- of etmornuipakiliillt lingi
niit returt-isloyear., ull tlso in (lie various debtels atnd
T'heh lil-sihh-uuies-tra, iorgantizedin tterilleghite liltssinhi -llly t
hy FrtediMOmbelhtr, wliigivei a. colncrti suiiiihis of thutsocicticsareietiitled-
tot tie bencft lof tiii-Atltlie A~soi- ti oimite.
Iithetineair futunre. Veyt -desirabhle tigiht andcceli vcn-
Sulsirihitiies to the Athiletic Assoeha- tilaited single i-oomtncih laeat at 26 IE.
iliill reco ingin c-ti-ysliiwcy, andiI S1'liiailast. Itent reasonabile. 'Wotuld
as thieasoihiiionIi s ini iied if lmloney, board party rentiug 1L Call at thle
ill suibsi-ribers ,arre iiihtto pay1110htouse. '31
their subsitionsiit~a tohie Ircisiii-ei,
11rO, Ittluis. I'lii KapptIolsi toase. Nicely furnishied froiut .suite St 851/,
E_ I. Washington st., near camlpus, three
STRttCTL.Y A SCHlOOL. southlinidoccs, register in each room.
(Grangers school of dancing scill be 39
in strictly as a schuool (no hoeps Tenor wnted immiaediately for Con-
gieen). We scill confine ourselves to rgtoacnru. ieao ply t
th~e simplle meihod of insrution. uoed -gtaalcuc.Peaeapya
22 S. Divisin st.
in our school to advance the tputil as huhlcsCli g, ~nde tA t
fast as possible. Itn forintg otir class- utersCia-oCnistA.E
as strict ai-lenhioii swill be given the Mummiery's Drug Store, corner Fourth
personnel of the same. All classes tee, and Wash ington sI.
commence thliSswetk. Office grand First floor snite wiehb grate, bath
Bloor 6 Mayniard ah. oine block swest ef i-oom and furnace heat for rent at 3T
Plate st. stores, opp~osite Schlool of 1Otu- Forest ave. 33
sic building. Grangers Academy ts At Sholblers, of rourse-Aitisho " proof
not a. public hall. 38 etchings framed for $1.23. 24

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