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May 14, 1896 - Image 4

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THE UNLV,1RSITY OF MICHIGAN l)AILY.
Why Not Use the Best? S A:D PXTC ARLOS MOORE &WETMORE
Corner of William,
HYGIENIC= BOARDING -"HOUSE. nieyu tetint hi ieo
-Located haifa block froeo Untvrsity g oundt. Under new msanagement andt with
k ~thaewof ecl totltta ny persoo applying for board. IV are assured of,.ro
4 '' ~~~~~sping pttoa.-e. 5t eour crpty s lim~t ited apyat once or callat l laynard
ofyat LAWN TENNIS GOODS.
C, F. J.RENNINGS, G. W, PRINGLE, PROPRIETORS WekeI ep the celbated Ashby Racquets
,? oher ra ttcque ts tte no 1btt e;also
tt'tiinmOford and lHarvattd for
Fi eDollar s for Onue Gud-ess epr aqet.'y h ewTni
May seem a big amount, but if you get a pair of GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
VICOTOR TEN NI SG OODS HANANl SHOES, you will not have to guess Also BaseballGodanHmocs
are endorsed by all again. You wiill always know what to ask for.
athletes who appreC Come and see them anyway. P iv A
eiate fine points ofK
cosrcin QR .SH IRTS ~ 88 S. STATE lennons in dancing will lie given
3ZG1TR "TENN'IS 0BUL.LS 9 STREET. tyeir. aca.Detsyranrtgeaytn
(Best in ihe World.) Agent for Mayhew, of Grand Rapids. the roradmyeveings, Toes-
$4.00otra veins per dozen, cash with order."JUTO !daanStuay
OVERMAN WHEEL CO. -2 L~iQti 1 CI'LES ANDL'
Otfices -ad Factory 01tlChicopee Fallst,Maas. r uieslCadl yertr o3
New York. Boatan.Detroit. Denver. Wivesa Cr=diIToilvets )03Water-
San Frnisco. Lot Angeles. Portlald, Ore. - OADL AH~ O RTS n oote falete l
"a_..a_-,,. :-- . toate delicatteflourtttodors esnec-
______________ IN-____ ork,___ 206_____SIN _____.,_________ fatly sattikle fotte t ea tttere.
PALMER' S PHARMACY. D0 Y
DO YOU 0146A. 1TANUTS?
"-Fancy Mixed Nuts------------------ per pound$ foetaklettnd pleasat r>itt agiabtle.
Fancy Mixed Nuts--------------- ------------11l lbs for $1l---
Fancy Virginia Peanuts--------------lprpun
. Fancy Virginia 7Peanuts--------------12 lbs for $1 ?D
DEAN & COMPANY.DU TO

THE SHOEMYEN.
48 S. MAIN ST., - AN) Al 33 B
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ASS AtRBORl.
Organtzed 1803.
Capital, $100oso0. Sarpltun and Profits, $4d0,000
Transaeta a general banktng; boniness.
Foretgn exchtanges kought andnsold. Famnish
tettert of credtt.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock, $0,000. Surptus, $i50,000.
Resources, $1,t00,000.
Organised ander the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receires depositbays and
sells eange on the princtpal cities of the
United Statea. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety firposit boxea to rent.
OrrICER.: Christian Mlacok Prenn.; W. D.
Harritnt, Vice-Pren.; Chas E. Hiecc,
Cashier;:iAt. J. Frito Asitant Caohier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TrUTTLE'S, 48S_ State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF
BICYCLES, SUNDRIES
AND SUPPLIES,
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES,
Everythino, in-the Bicycle
line at
M, STIEL['S Cycle [mporium,
11 W. Washington St.

UNIVERRSITY NOTES. Genltlementl-If you have iny Secofnd-
hanfdt shoes or clthels youi wisht to Sill,
Tiii local chatplter otf Alphia Phi will call it It N. Mtain St. 1763
celebrte th le fourit anniversary of is Students alien0 havt relics itey wvisht
estabtlishmittbiy a banlqulet Satnrdtay. worketd tuplae iito inintg ionget thO
rTe juiior civil enIgineers will go to btest afndiceapoiest wotrk tdotte at Ite
the noerthternihart of the sttefnett A-rgns binditery, over lie Antn Artbor
Sekt itiiattttiitfrtte avigsbank.t
workitlsenltta.moB.tain.pacicl Lost-O~n Sundnaytit or near Schtool
wor uner ro. J B.Davs. Girl's Glen, tiIlies' t ten faeed silver
G. R. Allen, Gri. E, will speak befitre watch wsithi short chanl. Fintder re-
Ite Enagineerinig society tomoirrow tutrn to 3 Wlalnt St. ltewvart. 1134
light entahet restilt of the rtcent test
W~atit-'1to exchiange a typtewriter
of the Grtind Iaidts wtaterworks. in Birst-clas ttoitition for a bicycle.
A large snutt of mioney lionSiteen al- Inqnire at Daily effice. t
lotwed Mrs. Duloptlt HIopskinis, te TYPEW5IITEt1FO1"SALE - In-
fonnder of the school, by te London quire of Edlwards Bros., Slate St., ovor
Countty Council for the estatblishmnent Siteeltans. 116
of a sintilar inistitultiton in Lonidon. LOST-A Zeta Psi monoegramn charm!
At the meetings of thte Alitha Ntu vithi owners noate on lack. Finder
andt Adelplti sotcieties Satnrdtiy night please return to Zeta Psi Itonse.
Do yen Mont a Victor baseball suit
the two joinit debates Ibetwveen the at a good disconnt? Then call at the
snceties will be held. Interesting Daily office.
ttrogratis for the etening have been Swatn Liinen envelopes-heavy andt
arratiged by both of the societies. strong.
______________-Telegrapshic reports of the games
Jeffersonian Society. Mill be sent to the Daily direct.
The ptrogramt of the Jeffersonian So- A $1313 bicycle fnr $75. Inquoire at
ciety for tomtorrow night in as follows: te Daily efice.
Rleadinig, C. E. Chtadmata; declatnation, Swan Linen, for typtewriter or pen.
D. S. Ew-ing; essay, Mr. Truisdell; ora- Ripana Tabules: pleasant laxative.
Lion, C. R. Stranalian; soiety paper, In bridlnsilver thte stock carried by
B. V. Koliont; Spseecht, E. Hanson; Wright, Kay & Coa., of Detroit, will
biography, G. L. Sandero; imipromptu be found very attractive. They have
discnssion, affirtnativt, Mr. George, coniplete nets of tableware in ster-
negative, S. Brody; debate, "Resolved, ling silver, in cases containing two-
.That the Chinese Emnpire shtouldi be three, fonr five asliIx dozetn pieces,
and in addition anl the retquisite dseneel"afraie .S ~p ser-
dismnibred a~iiattiv, A.S. ep-vein, ladles, tongs, ice cream sets, fish
ner and G. C. Bagley, negative, B. sets, salad sets, oyster sets, etc., etc.,
Ja cobson and Mr. Wetherbee. in patterns to match. These designs
are frotn all the most prominent nan-
Fnll reports of all gatmes fer 75c, by nfactnrers and include all the newest
snbscribing fer the Daily., patterns.

Are all the rage.
Why not you wear a
pair?
We have them made right
and of superior quality
FOR $1.50
Belts 25 Cents and Up.
CUTTING, REYER &C01
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.-
SPECIAL.
D TETAS & SCHANZ sell Salts and Pants
at pricen to suit everybody; we also do
repairinge, cleasinig attd dreasing. Work
called for and delivered. Its. 48tS. State St.,
,ectttd floor.
0 M MARTIN, Funeral Direector, Cloth
0. and M.etaillic Caskets sod Pine Graden
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ove.
UOF Al. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
T.rooms. All appointments first clots.
Imported and domestic cigaro. Ladies' artin-
tic khair dreasing and bathing parlors. J. R.
TrojIanowsktl3405. State at.
lAHEN YOU WVANT your clothes cenaned
W pressed, relitted or rebound go to Mrs
Fingerle, over Shiehans book store. Lab-
oratory aprons mtade to srder
A NEW
COLLAR

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