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June 15, 1896 - Image 4

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Tril. UNIV.!,RSITY OF' MICHIGAN DAILY.

For a Sty lislh
AND WELL MADE
Gradvatiog Suit
-CALL ON-
Jos. IW. Kolauf
Merchant Tailor,
He Pleases all the Studcents.
10 E. Washington St.
Gibson & Clark
PHOTOGRAPHERS
12 W. HURZON ST
ANN ARBOR
Steam
Laundry,
No. 23 S. Fourth Ave.
Summer Lewe i. tures, lsl. f Virgii,
July 1 1') -UP.cIa. 0l. For studetuad
practitioners. 2th year. Per catalogue,adc-
rrcc (P. 0. Chrltteville, Va.)
R. C. MINOR, Secretary
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Orgnized l8e3.
Capital, S10,00. Surplus and Prelits, $40,00
Transs"e" ageaedbahing busimseuu
Eriga echaugra bught andod. Furnish
letteru f credit.
P. BACH Peru. S. W. CLARKSON Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Captal Stock, $5,000. Surplus, $15,0.
Resource, S,00,000.
Organizedunder the Oeneral Baiaklug Laws
of tis State. Receiveu depuita, buys ad
sells exchange n the rinepal cities of the
United States. Drafts cahed pes proper
idetfication. Safety depeit bues to ret.
OrICERo; Chrlet1saback Pres.; W 0.
Hiarrissan, Vce-Pres.; Chau . Hisock,
Cashier: . J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State St.
THE FINEST LINE OF'
BCCESUN DRIES
AND SUPPLIES.
BICYCLE SUITS,
BICYCLE SHOES.
Everythingz in the Bicycle
line at
M, SABL[RAS Cce Emprium,
11 W. Washington St.

Oo==~enciug Xonay LMorning, June let. MOORE & WBTMORE
We will close out all enr remaionn stock of Negligee Shirts e S. Main and S. State St..
separate C.ollaris adDCoffc, at Rusinous Pisces. Corner of Willi1am.
ALL $2.50 SHIRTS AT - - - $1.87 tn-eyraetitterinf
ALL $2.00 SHIRTS AT - - - $1.47 LAWN TENNIS GOODS1
ALL $1.50 SHIRTS AT - $1.19 We keep the celebrated Ashby Racquets,
strictly hick grade at a lees price than
These Shirts are Madras Cloths with tsvo separate Collars and other racquets that ore no better; aiso
one cud twvo Pairs of Cuffs each. These goods are a great She Talismasn, Oxford and Harvard for
cud illlas ho a sorttim. Cme erlyandget cheaper racciuets. Try the new Tennis
bsargain adwl atbtasottm.Cm al n e Bail, the Siazeng-er,
first choice.
GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFAGTIDN.
D, A. TINKER & SO N, Also Baseball Ooods and Hamnmocks.
HATTERS AND FINE FURNISHERS. No. 9 5. Main St Iw-%,v-, . ' " A P

&niversaI CrandallICypernviters no.; .
Agen~ts Wantet Eerywhere Sed forels.
WC0AI0DALL MACHINE eCC, GROTON. 5N.
SYOqu COING HnO)m?
Then buy a SummeDr suopply before you leave the best
market iii America.
10 itburg Stogies for $1.00,------------ -----4 for 5e
100 Natioiial Sto g-ies for $1.35,----------------- for be
100 Alfouizo Cigurs $2.00,--------------- -----2 for 5c
100 Prodigy Cigars $5.00,-----------------0fo2c
100 Owl Jisquet Cigars $0.00,------------- -----4 for 25c
100 Rloyal Banner Cigars $7.30,----------------3 for 25c
DEBAN &COMPAN-Y.1
44 South Main Street.

P1<1 VA1IzL
lessons in dancing will be given
by Mr. or Mrs. Ross Granger at
their academy during May and
June. Programn evenings, Tues-
day and Saturday.
$It's Cheaper $
eo get a good comb, ore that will
g isc perefect satisfactioin, tiioisg
it may cost a trille mere sti est.
N We have a fine liue of food combs,
kind tbit wear.7
PALMER9S PHARMYACY.
You know Hlmes, iiie lss-erymuis.
You cantfind h elter rig in towna
thansiihe give, you.
DUCKT OUSEHRS
Are all the rage.
Why don't you wear a
pair ?

ANN ARBHORIIt. Ii. EXCURSION
SRATES.
Benevolent anti Protective Order of
Eike. Cinciiiiati, 0. Rate of one foire
for the round trip. tickets to be sol
July 5th ohndCiii, good returniog July
Sith.
Natioiial Leamgue of Aiierican
Wlo-c-inut-n, Louisville, Ky. R'ate of
slip fort' for hle rosund Itriip, tickets to
be soltd Auguot liii unil 10th, good re-
tuniiiig toAugust 17th.
Bapisit Young Ilesides' inion stf
Aimerica, Siilwatikc-e. Wio. One fao,
for roundi trip, tiikets to be sold July
14thtis 16 (h, gooid reluiising Judy 20th.
National Edueatioiial Associatioii
Buffalo, N. Y. Oine faire for roiiiid
trip piulo$2.00 msemlbersipifee, tick-
ets to lit-sold Jully 51iii oliti tth, re-
torned limit July 12thi.
Young Peoples' Society of Christian
Enidetavor, W11ashington. D. C. Our
fore for round trip, tickets to be sold
Job- 4th to 7ltb, imsiitedi for return to
Juy1511h.
G. A. It. Eneaiiipinenlt at St. tPauil,
SlmSept. 2nid and 4th, one cent per
mihe.
BON View Camp Sleetiii. Bay View,
Sich. One fore for round trip July
7th to i1iti, good for return August
15th.I
Chicago, Ill., Deimocratic National
Coiiventiou. Oiie fore for rouind trilp
Jilly 3d to Clii, good retuninlg July
12th.
Kuigiits of Pythias tUnifornm Hank,
Cleveland, Ohio. One fare for rotund
trip Asigust 29-d to 24thu, good for re-
turn August 31st.
STUDENTS, ATTENTION!
'Men or women whvi vis to go to
Bay View, Michs., for the season for
work, please call Thursday afternooii
only, at Ns. 7 N. State St. 'Mrs. H. C.
Rames.
Students wiio have relics they wish
worked up into binding. can get the
best and cheapest work done at the
Argus bindery, over-tile Ann Arbor
48avingu bank. t

EtOSE 'i"AILOlhINtS CO.
Jibe Dai lb is pleased tso aisoililee
thit cullgill tihe it 11cof ie ll-Goitden
Eag-le to liiieiRoeT-ailoring hoc., of
Detroit. AiiiiArtbori peoileoind osi-
chubs of tile Universiy are wi-lil ie.-
qeaililtedl scil ii Ile tbusiness deolilgo
antI cocirteous treatment Of tuis 11cm.
and itosimanliger, Sir. A. E. Roc(,,. Air.
iRose has bieeii a fameiliar figiire o-ri-
for the lost eighlt5eals unitmis se-
cust-il and reitaiiccIa very desoirale
pattconag- amioing the good dessers of.
(lie 0University.
Tlhe iiew tbriiiis locedcat 10t1 Wood-
w'iard asve., Detroit, aiicl los oureccf th-
miost comleicte intl iscst taiitirinig ec-
toltliinelolisi llt- betate. Studs-nbs
olre cordialilyiviletito vsit liichew
tqualrters on tileir-lelito to Detroit ,in(]
make it thicir hleladquiarters. A cor-
dial wcoec is occurred thieim.
SE-NlOilS8, ATTENTItON!
Stntors are requisedu to coil at tlie
Steward's ollice no soon as conveilient
It, get thceir coloilelicetlieiit Otitotions
Hours 1 P.in s. daiby.
(l .McAIJVJLLEN,
Cinii. Invitation tote.
HO'ME SEEKERlS' EXCURSIONS.
Juno 1C and 23,
vilt
Ohio Central Lines.
Messrs. Wright, Kay & Co., of De-
troit, besides being thie largeut nian-
ufactureru of fraternity badges -iii Cue
United States, are headquarters for
fraternity broches, book nmarks, belts,
hbon hon boxes, bag tags, canes, fobs,
glove fasteners, glove nmenders, glove
buttoners, garter buckles, sockets,
silver lorguette chaiiis, silver lockets,
silver hearts, iienthols, meniorable
day tablets, memorandum tablets,
match safes, necktie holders, pipes.
pscket pieces, paper clips, pape'r cut-
ters, rules, spoons, stamp boxes, run,
dials, sleeve links, umbrella clasps,
vinagrettes, stationery, crests, mono-
grams, etc., etc.
Itipans Tahuies cure contipation.

We have them made right
and of superior quality
FOR $1.50
Belts 25 Cents and Up.
CUTTING, REYER & COE
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
SPECIAL.
D IETAS & SCHAN4 sell Soils and Pants
at prices to suit everybody; wne also do
repairing, elianiig and pressing. Worh
called for and delivered. Node4 S. State s1.,
second floor.
B . NiARTTE, Funeral Director, Cloth
. n etallic Caskcets and Fine Grade
Collins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S.
Fourth ave.
UF 0M . SHAVING PARLOR and nath-
rooms. All Rppointments Seast class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic htsir dressing and bathing parlors. J. R.
Trojanowski 30OS. State st.
~~HEN YOU WTANT your clothes cleaned
W pessed, reusned or reboundgo to M~rs
Finger e, ever Sheehan's 'hook ste ne. Lab-
oratory aprons made to order
A
NEW
COLLAR,

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