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April 10, 1896 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1896-04-10

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THL UNNEvRSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

11Holds all records"
For fine construction, thoroug.h
workmanship, and th- use of
expensive materials.
'SHE, VICTOR has held this
record for fifteen years. Re-
member - experience at the
factory means dollars in the
pockets of the rider.
OVERMAN WHEEL CO.
fN~m ORK.oa oso . D T o",e DE'tER,
SANFN C I o . 'O Lo AG..
PORTLAND (oo

--OR
HYGIENIC=- BOARDING - HOUSE.
Located half a block from Uiviersity grounds. Ceder new management and with
the views of accommodatiag any persoe applying for board. We are asured of good
speieg patrsoge. ioice oar capacity ia limited apply at oace or call at 11 Mayoard
st., next to School o1fiMasic.
F. J. RENNINGS, G. W. PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS
JUST OUT!
} nioesal Crandl ertr o3 a
U.- lAr1ALL MAOiNtE iO.,. ese-oft, iw.sJma__
0O YOU EAT NUTS?
Fancy Mixed Nuts------------------ perpound
Fancy Mixed Nuts---------------------------- 11 lbs for $1
Fancy Virginia Peanuts _- ------------------l__ _ _ 0cper poundi
Fancy Virginia Peanuts- 12 lbs for $1
IDBAN & COMPAN Y.
44 South Msain Stroet.

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A, GSpalding & Bros,
. The Name is a Guas-
snl(Ce" thast the article
j(,oriog it is thr best
prodocsid. U niforms
sod Supplieo of every
description foe isane-
hal. 'NTennis. (Slf.
Sen 055 ~ Oo for ltaondsome
S Ilaustrated Caalogue.
The nemofJ'nrfretions-
Spalding B34icy cle
FOR 1896.
A. G. SPALDIN'G & BROS.,
Nrw York, Chicago, Philadelphita.
Largest Mtanfacte'rs of Bicyclos aed Ath-
letcGoods t intorold.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgasnioed 186.
Capital, $100,000. Surpus and Fro~ts, $4,055
Transacte a general banking bosiness.
Foreign eschaoges boagkt and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACHi Pree. S. XW. CLARKSON, Casnhier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Slock, 5i0i000. Sarpus, $150,000.
Rlesoarces, $1,10,000.
Organized ondr the General Banking Lawe
af tis State. Rieceives deposits, bays and
sells exchasngei on te priocipal cities of the
United States. rafts cashed upon proper
identification. Stafety doposit boxes to rent.
OFFCERno:tChristian Macit Pres.; W. ID.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. isicock,
Cshior;i. J. Frita Asitant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TTTLE'So 48 S. State St.
One-Quarter off on all
GYM SUITS~
M. STAEB[F'S Cycle [mporlum,
11 W. Washington St.

R tISCIIR) StATEtS FORJ5 SPSING
1-ACtON.
'i Sotusets -orfIticUniveri~ty of
issuedisy tesstrttary, lt'e AinilAibi'
Raoilroasdwilsell xiitiskots t lisle of
1111e oiitl oinc-tiitrdfar' for i'ouindItrips.
Tickets will it" issuet I b.'i'ty 1155nad
uirtday, April 10) anl71, c(ot3 s 're-
tuin uiiiil Aisril 20 iiicluis.ive, to any
lie Ctontral Trailice Associtidol ter-
ritory.
iR. S. (SIIN5 VO.OD, Ageiti.
WX'IH 'riENiEMoilcAL .S.
Soise fot'y eltisoial.Iistoristil aout
iiselnwstt1015e5ittrote's tandi1eroine5sittat
a mseetin labst eeg, tald detidletdtot
itatterialioz' ito "wa itlgure's'" fortet'
They liavs' tsgtittlzed utdeir te "otnly
antt origlintal 155t'. ,leil'r'ansi'Xiiilll-
leair to itottals isUive'srsity Hltl,
Satsurdtay eviesing, April ?,, 1896). 14t
If ytttiare'tttlkinsg aboittbuinigyl a.
iciyce o ttt foilto still and 1 xttin-
ine the linte of Btlis Toiskec & Coi.
irs' showitng'.If s'tu solist wattoIt
lily thtey Xwiil ret youi t high grtadt'
wheel 146
Subscribe for thie Datty.

AT TilE GRAND OPERAHOUSE.
Fea'r-ev'e111 exceetlingthaltt -wIlilt
wtill bIts'eii'kind of-tta.ttttsi' tina t'.
are bingitstitriettiltoss' roitt te Ttabtor
evety nighti, at itost we ek in Kansas
c'tSits' tuisitilis svtres'littmitdontly
toi tll'e caiaiaety'oflte ('oats's.
Mri. Rutssellos rematrkalelt'riumtpis
arce it it t'e jesu ''i s tr f 'is 11155
ting andl al lrtistic efforts olt bt'httlf tof
liii Amiieinditt. la. e timsts o
Itresent s'lt'tn tld vwlsstsitte iys
Itigietiotanti iobletisiinstincts, tw'hieli
ailt desstine'dihis uisst'mitle atiitflut
entiovleisauditshat NfNiillisrsilg
Ah(iruintoiserorelattonsehiX'weti'te
0001instDeutiotahesinis 'atitaluale
mol jtlessn, su el.llstfurnsitsoan
t'it.-Rfsselkts comtly Ciincludssul
Sol Smitil htiuscll will be at te
Gratsd Olsera tHouse 'Montdaty eXening,
Apiril 20.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS.
On account of the sprinig X'licotiots
the M\istiigon Ceitrula Ralrsoit will
sell coulind.thip tickets at rseduced. rates
io studlents presenting cirtlilcaics oi
msembirsipi. Will soil ois April 101
oust 11. Good. Is return until and in-
cudsing April 20. tt'sll iitforinaitios
given a~t ticket office.
Miss Charlotoe0. Stowe',, geneetil
pianisat and. accompanist. House porty
engagemnents satisfactorily 0110ed. Ad-
dress No. 48 S. University ave.
Messrs. XWdglst, Kay R& Co.'s ansoot-
nient of Clocks comprises hail clocks
wills theocelebrated "Tubular Chimes,"
crystal clocks inlaid Xwitb iXvory patnt-
ings, crystal clocks inlaid. willsbail-
liants% tortoise shell clocka, sterling Sil-
ver clocks, traveling, elockhs, porcelain
clocks. ets., etc. They are the finest
their buyers could procue in. Vienna,
Paris and London. Call upon themn
when in Detrooit Their show rooms
thle 140 aud 142 Woodseard ave.

MOORE & WETMORE
65S. MAIN ST AND STATE ST.,
CORNER OF WILLIAM,
HAsVn A COrLEEnSuOCO
UNIVERSITY - TEXT - BOOKS!
For the Second Semeter,
New and Second-Hang
which tey offer
At the Lowest Prices.
STRICTLY A SCHOOL OF DANCING
GRANGER'S
You ctn join or cases ow, or an
artybtseneeients to yourself, te
isrm sltatng whn you do Office and
$YOU CAN'T MISS IT $
S If you take home a box of Plow's0
Chicago Candies, AfreshlotA
cametosldsy. XWs cultgle yea
Lowney's if you prefer. b
$PALMER'S PHARMACY
lttoes' Lsery fils al party adi0
tranrdrs on time
YOU MAY HAVE USE FOR A
Telescope,
Suilt Case or
Trunk.
When ging on your spring vaa-
tion; if so the place to make.
your selection is at
CUTTING, REYER& CO.
SPECIAL.
D JETAS & SCHAN'! sell Suits and Pants
JJat pries> to suit eerybody; se also do
repatrist eainerg and pressig. Xork
called for antd deivered. No. 46S. state St.,
secondfloor.
0.MMARTIN Funeral Directr, Coth
1n Meallic Casets and Fle Grade
Cffins. FEmbaming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourt sea
UT OF M. SiAVING PARiLOR and Bth-
J.rooms. All appintmet frst class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressiog and batig parlors. J. i.
Trojanowuhit 00. State S. -
WBSeLIN YOU WANT your clothes cleaned
WV-preserd, reined or rebound go to Mms
Figrte. oer Seean's book soer. Lab-
oratory aprons made is order
A NEW
COLLAR

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