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October 23, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-23

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

NOBLE'S STAR
clothing :Mouse
t- 35 S. MAIN ST.
Tecrownng part of man's at-
5 tire ishis hat and in eeds are
_E = .gally good one to give the nees-
sary,finishing tooch.
Seetour Imperia1.
> ( PF/STI7SE.O $3.00
N217227 IN OtIR WINDOW.

THE VICTOR
INTERCOLLEGIATE
FOOTBALL
Is unquestionably the finest ball
en the market today. t's light
tess and durability make it a
favorite with all players.
Price complete with inflator,
$5.00. Victor Foot-Ball Guide
containing the nosy rules, and
chapters on the gamie by Deland
dond others, 2 cents.
Also at completelin of fiet
lootball clothitg
OVERMAN WHEEL CO
Makers or Titr Biyles.
Boston. New Yar. Detroit. Denvr;
San Franico. Lo Agees. Portland
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
11 Footbatl Supplies a
Specialty.
' Every requisite for the
cane. Jacet, ants. Jer-
seI ys, Sweaers, Shoes. aps,
I llts, toing, PMorrils
-, Noe MastItubber Moo'S-
Fiecr, Shi Guards. Hea
H-aes. spaldings Ofic io'
lItrcoleiate tFootal
t mst be used In all Mlatch
Games Prie, $5 00.
Spaldig' Official Footal
L,. Gide-New Itllc s-l'itures
(f ol the Leading layers.
trie,10 t. lndomely
Ilustra ted Footbal Catalogue set Free.
Nw York, Chicg, P1ilid~pha.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organied i863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and trrit,W4,09
Transacts a general bning busiems.
Faoreig'. exhanges tught and sold. Furih
:tterrofecredit.
P. BACH Pis. S. W. CLARKSON Cashe.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stoct. 950.00. Surpus,.$1i0,000.
Resou resi,l,10000.
Organized under the General Bning Lawn
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sels ecange on tie principal citieu of the
United States. Drafts ased upo proper
-dentiication. Safety deposit ose to rent.
Orpicens: CristiaacPesFa.; W. D.
harriman VcePrs;Chas Eiistati,
cahier PtJ.IFlz A ssstnt Caie.
U NIVERSITY
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 4(7 S. STATE ST.
7,. At. Ausvs, MdRS. NEtLE L. TLEiR,
27 Thompson t. P. 0. Bok.
'THE FINEST IN THE LAND"
Babylon Coal,
Give it a tial and you
will altways use it.
SOLD ONLY BY
M. Staebler
Office 11 W Wlington t.
PhneN .
Phone No7

SHOE'S

CEATU of A. C. McGraw, of
DCII1A . McGraw & Co.
of Detroit, force a settlement
of the estate. Shoes had to go.
We bought 8,000 pairs for
50c on the $1. Have opened
the greatest slaughter known

This space Re-
served for Burch-
field, The Tailor.
NEW MIACHINE SHOP
ANDREW HUNTER, 3 N. Liberty at.
Bicytcles Repaired or Renteil.
Dental Instruments Repaired.
TOOP & CallSTIS SAT
('all on them for
Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocolates,
and Baked Goods.
Try Our Lunchens.

It will pay you to investigate.
1 zOFF Goodspeed's,'

Try Our "Rled Star" Oil.
No smoke. No offensive odor. Will not char the wick.
Perfectly safe. Lighlt gravity, Has no equal in this
market. D)elivered promptly to any part of the city in
our cans. Price 10e per gallon.

LAWBOOKS!
I Buy all you can afcrd, for
present aed future use, at our
LOW EST PRzICES
We shall be here for a few
days only.
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS, CHICAGO.

DEAN & COMPANY.

44 South Miain Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
tDr. Nosy- will gisv' a writeli exaluili-
attioli inlltactteisgy liot hiefresliisss'
1)oo1 papesrs tianideidin Fridlay lhit.
Prof. iRed wiclies ill whlo sdesire lto
take ('osirse 1. ill Phy sicsa to regists'r
with im111alt olce if they haist elso
ionse ill ender that lie umay lsagn seats
ill liii'lectul e roomi.

I CALENDAR.

'ilisdiby, Oct. 4, p. nit., Ns'svtos' ry AT SCHLEEDE'S, 50 S. STATE ST., Annr
tI~ili ('austesof 'Ill3inidep'ndeuntilitit-
irarly strient;,. GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Fri., Oct. 25,,$S1). ni., 111515doily Hll Twelve yeiars iifteaihig in Ann Arbor
--Senator D. IB. lill,. L .core with a toll of ii3 pupils last sreason. are a
t'il5 ufficient guairantee ls t or abiliiy tto teach
(Oet.'26.'Varsily vs~. La~ke Firest . dancing lie itshluib e. All classes areun
derithe personal instructionw(-f Pie, and Mrs.
Sat., Nos'.11, 8 p. i.. Tjniveisity Hasll Rloss Grager. Membiers of the American
-S.L. . 'stee, ~ehtis 't. ttvrs.Nastiona ssoaciation of Plasters of Ousting.
-S. . A corse LeandT. owe s'cr inftirmation rgarding classesiand terms
'impersonator. tall at the office, ground floor 5 Maynard st.
Circularu at Maste Stores ior Mailed.
Tuces., Nov. 19, S p. i.,PUiversity
Hall--Choral Uionisesrieo, Tliollli' OEveOrnJI EHIS ORE
orchestra of Chicago. IEI FOJE PILI
CouretIt (in Latin writing) will be 'General stork of watites,.ewelry and
Tuesday nd. Thurela t 1 Novelties. Repairing of Watches. J n Ya erGl enR sadSetewf-
o'clock instead of at 11. I seelty. Casihpasd for old golid and
JOHIN C.1102LF C. H. KEYE1S.
RtOM S.
P'leasahttsuitt ds e5ing1ileooms fur-Y ' g r
nhe tOre.Btro anifr u1nave. 'Two blocks friom (te caipus5and Tobacco will
en tlie street car line. Board if de- have the right flavor
sireid. 192 5. State St. if you get them at
(IR1ANORE'S CLASSES. Pal~ers 2Phar~soy
O account of the sleastli of 'Mrs. J. d6 5. State St.. Ann Arbor.
Htan sttrfer Grsinger's Acailensy will You may want a nice Livery Rig or Car-
remi ltosted until 'tltlrselly, OceL2IL riago. Come in and telephsone to
PIO1fMkS' LIVERY
WANTED-Fromstluelse to fifteeii
studenits to wvork 0n commiissioti. (lli SP (I.A.L.
at E Hro S. F l.SHAVING t'ARLORi and Bts
For Sae or ciit.A scmreBathi-iiIT' lofll:.All sppointmentossitclues.
Imreduanddomestic mOors. Ladis' octis-
(Decker) llin gid conditiion. T'rmctii air rsigadbtigpros .R
Toaosi30S. State at.
reasonable. Inlquire at No. 14 N. Iu-
-ally st.TLIEN YOU WANT your clothies cleaned,
galls p1 fressnd, irlined nir rebound go toPMrs.
Fingerlte, ver Sheehan's bout store. Lab-
At 4 N. IFifth ave., very nicely fur- oratory aprons made to ordec.
Ilislied front aile rooms, furnace heal . CLEEDE mates u specialty of
and bath. Also table beard fur a lilo- F ouJ ainPSCMSudnts Noe Stm
and Binids Bunts from 25c upwards at 505S.
hted nuniber. State etAq
Elegant Suite-bath, heating altd
lighting-rent reasonable-Forest Inn,
15 Forest ave.
Call at Stabler's for fine picture w-
moldings. Pictures framed while you l
wait. 24 ^ . -Q
Very pleasatit rooms at 30 Church - -
at. Furnace beat. A few boarders
desired. 30
ten on commdssion, 6R. Huron St.t

Contest for Presidency of 'Be,
At thie cistles of t'e '99 litellrs- Yin-
deselident,4 Mondsay J. A. Leltiy seas
chiosen as (the idepeinldent claldidiatse
for Ol ss pretsiden'lt. 'The '96 enilsers
wcere theninitied to comie inito ills
'atelts andsItricipiate iii the notinit-
ationl of tie othier officers. Thsep-c-
fsetd, and the caucus weas ladjournieid
to tomoorros at 5 o'clock in Newvbcrry
Hll. Thec engieers thlvetnominiatd
E. B. Htouse asthieir candidate for
president.

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