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October 19, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-19

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Why Not
have your Clothes made in
Ann Arbor?
Jos. W. Kollauf,
The Practical Tailor,
will give you perfect satisfaction.
Prices are reasonable. Remember
Kollauf, The Tailor,
'1e E. Washington St. Up Stars.
. . SPALDING & BRS.
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
' ~ Every requisite for the
game. TJaket'. Pats. ee-
y ses, Sweaters. Snoes, Caps,
i^:,-E .' Belts Stak~nnS orrilla
Noetsk, tf Moth-
b iPiece, Sin earstead
Harness. Spadig's Ocial
(. aItecclegate Footali
mst be used i all Match
Gams. Prime $5 00.
SSpaldig's0icaiFotatt
Guad-New iRules-Pictres
__ of all the Leadig Players.
__ - Pr c, 10 cts. iandomely
Illstrated FootballCataoge sent Fre
Near York, Chiag, Philadelphia.
.MOORE & WETMORE,
6 . MAIN ST. AND STATE ST.,
UCRNER OF WILLIAM
HAVE A COMLET STOKi tOo
,UNIVERSITY- TEXT - BOOKS!
New and Second-Hand.
Note books and other Stdes' Spplis.
Foantan tens, Pine Stationery, Sprting
coods, etc., whih they nfer a t Iowst
prices
Call and snn us before Purchasing.
FIRST NATINAL BANK.
OF ANN AROR.
Organized 1863.
,Capital, $10,00. Srplussad Prfits 8400S
Transacts a general baskIng bsines
Freigs exchanges boght andsnd. Farnish
letters of credit.
. BACHI PesS. W CLARKlSON Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAYINGS ANK
Capital Stck, $5,00.0. Surplus, 815,06.
itsorces,$1,16,00.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, hys and
*sells eciange on the prIncpal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed pas proper
identification.. Safety deposit oes to et.
Oresens: Christian Macl, Pres. W. .
Harriman. Vice-Pres.: Chas, . .iscock,
'Cashier: IM. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
.UNIVERSITy
'SCHOOL FOR -DANCING
44 AND 403 S. TATE ST.
-B. M. Acovs, 11a. mELL= L. Tmn,
27 Thompson t. P'.0. Blck.
"THE FINEST IN THE LAND"
lBabylon Coal1
Give it a trial and you
will always use it.
SOTD 0NLY BY
MOffice 11 W Wahington at.
Phone No.
Yds t C R
PhoneNo 5.

Noble's Star Clothinig Hou~se.
35 South Main Street.
We Do. Not Advertise
A few things at half cost and ask a hundred per cent
profit on everything else, hut sell at a uniforluly low
price, at as small profit as possible. That's one way.
SEE OUR WINDOW OF ALL.-WOOL UNDERWEAR AT $1.00 PER GARMENT.
S of A.C. McGraw, of
DEAH A C.McGraw & Co.
of Detroit, force a settlement
H O ES of the estate. Shoes had to go.
We bought 3,000 pairs for
50c onth $1Haeond
the greatest slaughter known
* in the history of Ann Arbor.
O F It will pay you to investigate.
II')~FF 17 S. MAIN. ST.
M AiAP S That have perfect combustion and do notsnmokte or
smell:
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, .The Perfection Stu-
dent, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all Inickel plated,
with latest improvement. We sell what'we advertise and guarantee
quality of gosods, and are never undersold.

44 South Main Street.

DEAN S& COM1PANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. I The University Y. M. C. A.
Ml's. B. 13. (lAffortd, '75, is visililig ill Th nvestYo g;MnsCr-
Ann Arbsor. Ii is tlls' ~st till shsllias tianAsstociation wi it'lbe :laedlill the
iarlsors of -McMililnIHall Ithis year.
bees'eilcrei'lli twenty years. A weakly sdevosionial meti'ilg is heldi
Dr. E. I1.1Troy, of Dtr'sit, formelrly
ech SaturdaylS nighit, 7:1:5 to 7:45.
Dr. Gibbeis'sssistaist ill ihistology Ihere.Sna\t'trona
sipent yt'sterslsinllAnn Artioi'. naylfliooiat 'uclock a "en-
The omens, Lagueof te sial e- leeting wRill lie' heldi, subject
'1'seWoiitiis eaue iflit'I iisct f"Prayir." Tbt' iiit'niof 1110 University
Saturday. Oct. 26, froiii3:110(;ip. mi. _______welcome.__
'The East aisdl Wiss seminaliry rlil The Freshmen Election.
in thse libralry builing will tie opii
hie'ns'efoi'thifromi 5to 12 a. im. aisslfrom111 T'1ii0'ftl'51l111' ld1(1heiir class ele't'
. to G 111(17 to 10 p. ill. tioni liIlolisiH at 1:50 p. iii. today.
"Hovw Soreail tse Biblh"' will lie the 'he'letlion proises 1o be a strongly
subject of lt'e Stunday moiring's is ot'iti'edi one. Presiden'lt Angel iss
course at liii'M. IE. church andf "Soils'appited a'l senior fo' presidinag officer
newsyclaove'rie's" lii'eeeiing discus.- to pre'vei'ntsill iisselittiisis.
lion. "THE GIERMAN."
D~r. Jenie' isglesslies b s icitrge Tits danuce was introiducedi in New
of heasinn' ti'ill'tllntinTie yii.York about the year 154.1. At that
nsisusnde'i'Di'. itigeinlil, has bseein timie Itie quadirilie was tile ftashioiiable
lI~l~tisla'l i~itilil o r. 'srailei ~dashc, bh ai is known as the ,cotillion.
thet Honeoitthic department. 't'oniake a distinctioni betaseeiithut
NOTHINGe LiKE 1111'? iHE 01110 ansd this dance, which was kniiwniini
CINTAL MIi.EAIZTICJ2tKE'T. Itrope To' the saite namlue, thistwas
Cjoveri mor'e mileaugethan1cmany ticket railed the "GlermuanCi.'llion"'; grail.
ia the markit. The oiily book ;gooil 11'lbsthewisrd cotillion wassdroppeud,
on entire iB. & 0. systeml west of the iiaiice becoinig simpily "Thi' ter-
('ittsbur'01. It also incluides the Il0ittiltn" We will teach the latest, 0ig.
4 system. Gtt it anid have in esir its's or"'The (Germlani" to our advane-
reaidyticket over all impslortanitliies;,iiilriasss. aiso,\will give isrivate les-
lie $20.00; goodi 011 yeir. Apply soi1s on "Tue (lenwain" or any dance
0Ohio Central Agents, or asddress of merit request eti. i~os GSjliiier,
oaiitasn Honk, (.1.1. A., Toledo, 5). Sirigl's Acuiuheilly, ground, floor, S;

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest all
on the market today. It's light'
ness and duraility make it a
favorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator, ~
$550. Victor Foot-Ball Guide,
containing the nsa' rules, and
chapters on the game by Deland
and others, 25 cents.
Also a complete line of finest
football clothing
OVERMAN WHEEL CO
Makers of Vitar 1ieylr.
Boston Nw York' Dtrit. Denver
SnFandiso Los Angeles. Portland.
LAWBOOKS!
Buy all you can affrd, for
present ai'd future use, at our
LOWEST PRICES
We ahall e here for a few
days only.
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 50 S, STATE ST., AnYir
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
'Twelve ears ofteaching ha Ann Arbor
wils a ol of 03 ppils 'st sarso are a
-otffciet gara tsstO or abiliy to teach
dancisng as i shiiulide. All classes are un-
der thec personal instruction of Mr, and Mse.
Bos Granger. Memibers of the American
National Assoiaton of Masters of Dascig.
For isformation regarding casseanass terms
call at the office.rond floor ii Maynard t.
CrcuI'ar at Music Stores or Msailed.
OP[BA HOUS[ JPNEIDY STORE
Geersl stock of watches. Jewelry and
Novelties. iepairine of Wathes. Jew-
elry. Cold Peas, Risgs and Spectaces
a speialty. Cas paid for old 0013 ssd -
silver.
C. H. KEY ES.
Your Cigars
and Tobacco will
have tlic right flavor
if you get them at
Pa1m.erS FPhaoay
9e S. Sate St., Ann Aror.
You may wat a nice Livery Rig or Car-
riage. Come in and telephone to
HOL.MES LIVERY
SPECIAL.
U. OP . SHAVING PARLOB and Bath-
rosos. All ppolasmeas first class.
Imported andi domesic closs. adies' artis-
tic Isair de-slog and bathisng parlors. J. I.
Trojanowski, 0 5. State st.
y7 H~EN YOU WANT yor clothes cleased,
pressed. reusned or rebund go tMrsr
Fingerie, over Sheelans boat store. Lab-
oratory aprons n-sde to order.
F. J. SCLEEDE mates a specialy of
FonanPnStudents Note Book
end Binds Books from i5ccupwad at i0S.
Statest0

MSrs. i. 7iou'tiii. esir. 'i1a3-i'c iu
Lawi-ence sala.. scts the bh'sTttl' iii
town for $;2.5)ls'r week. Cotiie silis
trit. is
Call at Statbler's fur flue picttire
nmoldinugs. P'ictu'r's fruinei while you
walt. 24
*Fcront suitei of rooms, furnace liiia,
to rent at reasotabile rates. 27 T.houp-
soni t
At Stlilei's, olf i'otyr-Artisl'i proof
eTchings 4frisisilfor $1.25., 24
Me1n n 'eiiniiiisisiois. Si I.tHnuon at.

1taynaril at.
An elegant suite of rooms, also a
siisgle rooni, both steams heated, at 12
Moinroe at. Chaiice for tutor to give
privtet lessoiis for rooim: Lady pre-
ferred.
Fsor'Sale or Ren1t-A suarie 'iano
(Dee'cier) i coodciconditioin. 'hernia
relsomtmhle'.Iiiuquire at No. 14 N. In-
gills. at.
At 4 N. Flftn ave., very nicely fur-
iiisised front suite rooms, fsurnace heat
amid tath. Also table boird for a lina-
it('d numhhber.

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