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October 26, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-26

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THlE U. OF M. DAILY.

Why Not,
have your Clothes made in
Ann Arbor?
Jos. W . Kollauf,
The Practical Tailor,
will givec you perfect satisfaction.
Prices are reasonable. Remember
Kollauf, The Tailor,
110 E. Washington St. Up stairs
~Employ"
Men
todistribut
ments in part payment for a igh g rade Ace
5bicycle, which eed them en approv~al. No.
iwork done until the bicycle arrives and proves
tisfactory.
Young Ladiesse t erms.h
If boys orirls apply they must bewelltrecom-
ameded. W itefor particulars.I
ACME CYCLE C411PANY,
ELKIART, IND.
A, G, SPALDING & BROSI
Football Supplies a
Specialty.
Every requisite for the
game. Jackets, Vats, Jer-
seys, Swweatert, Shoes. Cas,
il elts, Stockings, Morrill's
Nose Mask, lRubber Mouth-
Piece, Sis Guards, Headi
Harnsess. Spalding's Official
Intercollegiate Foothall
must be used in all Matglh
Games Price, sa o0.
Spasling's Official Footbtall
Goie-News Rules-Pictures
5of all thte Leading Players.
~.n.~ Price,l10 tslansdsomely
Ilustrated Football Catalogue sent Frete.
New York, (hicage, u'biiade!phia.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARIBOR.
Organieed 1863.
Capital, $00,5000. Surplus and Prefits, $40,000
Transacts a general bsankitng kusiness.
Foreign exckanges bought ad sold. Furnish
letters of gredit.
V. BACiH Pros. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Sttock, 550.000. Surplun, $1501100.
Rtesources, $1,100,000.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this Staste. Rleceiees deposits, hays and
sells exchatnge on te principael eities of the
United Statetm.Drtafts cashed upon proper
identification. Safety deposit boxs to rent.
OrrE'Enus: Christian Mack, Pres.; W. D.
Riae iaan, Vice-Pres.kas. E. Bicock,
Canhier: M. J.(rite Asisant Cashier.
SCHOOL FOR DANCING
44 AND 40 S. STATE ST.
B M. AUSTIN, MiSs NELLItEa. TYERn,
gy Thtompnon St. P. O. Block.
IXJC\1T TI

N2 17.22S 7 #FS t~ >

NOBLE'S STAR IGENT1LEMESN T
Clothing HZOU.Se You have he enoweveingplain and smr
tcolors for the last fesc years. This gall w
35 S. MAIN ST. tave a complete citonge Somse mill prefe
the plini, wliilt more enthusiastic dress-
ers___________ w__ ill tadopt else new colors. Thte gootds
shtownareegreytnd brown tweeds with a dasit
Thsecrownineg part of mansat- of heicit colore in plaids atnd stripes. You
tire is his hat and is needa a re- will find a bseaatifutl display of thest' fabries
gaily good one itt give tie eees- altosa fne lite of 0Oveicoatinst s in Kerseys,
nary ditisiig touick. Meltons, C'sckr. Fur ansd Ptent Beavers,
See sue Imperial. Fsklmos, Stlasids, Astralkhans ad Chin-
chills at
$300 S. W. UC IEDS
Merchaint Tailoring Sttee, No.16 E. Huron St
IN OU WINOW. Centlemen wsitine to he infoermed on tsg
IN OUR INDOW. probie and correct ting in deecs are itnvited
to call an.]seeeme.
tomtie aspecialty of Dress Garemensts and
Sktret costaumes forLaies.
of A. C. McGraw, of N; M CIESO
A. C. McGraw & Co. NE4NC 1N1SO
tforce a settlement ANDREW HUNTER,: . Libety St.
ate. Shoes had to go.
ht 3,000 pairs for Bicycles Repaired or Rented.
.e $1. Have opened D)ental Instrtiments Repaired.
st slaughter known
story of Ann Arbor.~.STT
Y~uto investigate. loop COU, SlIET.ATE
d e ed's'Call on them foe
P Fine Lunches,
Fine Chocelates,
S. MAIN ST. and Baked Geods.
i Try Our Lunches.

SHE

DEATH'
of Detroit
of the esta
We boug]
Sac on ti
the greate

17

i

Try Our "Red Star" Oil.
No smoke. No offeiisive oder. Will not char the wick.
Perfectly safe. Light gravity, Has 1ne equal in this
mnarket. Delivered promptly to any part of the city in
our coons. Price 10c per gallon.
DEBAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

To Have a Solid Eant. CALENDAR.
Al ist isetlltg01 ~l' ttsllllttcfllei O(lt. 2 ?.-'Valliy ta. Lake Forest.
"tli., (let. 28.,13is. l)t., Newbierrs
of thi tatsi'e'ast of lt'e11issstppli t'x- Itail-kolitiesil issilityI'Cltb.
cetilg litigsit.hldtiill Ns's'ttei'y' Sit., Nov. ll, S It.li.. ivieritly Hasll
Iieil yestc'esay It it a. its..reptls -- . L. A. courese, LlandssTii'. Poswers.
shtowseel tihatlt'e tudsensts1sf thse t imerstonator.
state arewell rganzed nd tht t Tsihus., Noc. 19,Sp. n. nvriy
alsiles icc s'clltergatleHall11-0hirait ist'on ser ie.is'1'i'sily'
e'lst wsoutldl Its solidi. It w.s d secidlesI orcestsra of Clicao
10 hsoldl tsetcauctius relte's',ing tir '
canidae or ,) la cassprstdntNOaTHING LIKE IT, '11143 0111
esitlilslefee 11 11Welis lescile~t CEN~TRAL \MILEAGE 1TICKET.
Iselsy'se 1 1.il.. etl~" atue' ic'. Coesmore umileage thisn aily ticket
SlEO:IAL TIIEAlII T'I~N. ini the mlarket. The oiily book gotte
Hlttoi'5 ""siiilsicita," thast gleriosioni entire B. & 0. systetm west of
espectlasisr e'tertsainmet, will occupty Piltsburght. It also includles the-Zlig
lt'e boasredsatllt'e 'Peoplea'sTeatere, 4 systeml. Oct it setielhav'eaiiietr
'Toledo, Monitday, Ttuesdsiy' tnidiWeliitc- ready ticket oser till iimposrtantt lilnes
daty of next steelk. Toenitbtle' thse Itll. trice $20.011; good onte year. Applly
isle ott Aiti Arbotr to atlted one Ill'- to Gluts Central Agents, or adecs
forsmsnce, the Anti Arbor Rltsroadeellii Motiltotn Houtk, G. IP. A., a'oleedo, 0.

i

LAWBOOKS!
Buy all you can afferd, for
present av~d future use, at our
LOWEST PRICES
We shall heeIhere for a few
days only.
Callaghan & Co.
LAW PUBLISHERS. CHICAGO.
AT SCHLEEDE'S, 505S. STATE ST., Ar!~
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING.
Twteleveerssef teething in Ann Arbor
wli aetoillof 1653pupils lic csteonaore a
-affisiresI guareseetee as to ouersibility to teachl
dancieg s it shosulsd be. All classes sire un-
der te persosnal instesetiosnef lie, and lire.
hoes tGringer.Itenmbers of te Americasn
NsatileeAtssociation of Mtasters of lDanscing.
Fee lenformation regtssee lsseandaselteres
call at theoffice. ground floorI It tMaynsard at.
Circulars'at MuicseStoreseer Mileed.
OP[BA HOUJSE J[f[lDYSIORE
General st'eis of Wvatch~es, Jewelry and
Nevelties. Rtepairing of Wtatchtes. Jetw-
elry, Gold PIns.RthessasuetSpectaece
sa spelaiiaty. Cshs paid for old gold and
C. H. KE-YES.
SMvOKE?
Yot'll find yotir favorite brantd
of cigars or tobaccos lit
You snow alto has the fietcHIackss and
Delving Rorses in te eity. Itas Holmes.
Telephone him from here.
SPECIAL.
UOF M. SHAVING PARLOR, and Bath-
roomsus. All sppoitelmensir lst class.
Imported and deemestic clears. Ladies' artis-
tic kale dressineg and hatiisg parlors. ...
Trojlanowski, 30S. State at.
Wr lIkEN YOU WAN'r your clothses cleaned,
p reseed, relineed os' rehond go to Mrs.
Fingerie, over Sheehan's Steak store. LaS-
oratory aprons made to order.
J.~ SCHLEEDE makes a specalty of
F" Fountain Pens. Students' Note Books,
and Binds Beoks froma 25e upwardn at 50S.
State st.'
TRADE - MR

I'JU
Want to know (most of
the boys already know)
where you can get the
best
GYMNASIUM SUITS AND SHOES
for the least money. It
is at
M. Stadbler's Cycle Emporium,
11 W. Wvashington St., Ann Arbor.

stee a spleciltraeite lesavinig Anne Arboer
at 5 o'clock p. it., Ws edne'seday, (Oet. 30).
lRetturning traini letvs'Toh'let 11il:30
pe. set. ase 'ftor routnedtrillT-) rents.
Adisionsltteater The, 25e, 50c 75c
tatd $1. If this trseiniliys fee' the
v-entutrte, It swillitt'rtnetioleatll flrshelss
entertaeinets aelTole'do.
It. S. GlI EN\WOOD~, Agent.
1111 LADlES WILt. DA\CtE.
Cl'sesait (ii'siue""sc Acaemi'ey.
Ladeies excluisiv'ely i'aturdayatferniooii
1:115 o'clock. Lasiesa tnthGe'ntleeni
Sssturdaey an111 Tuesdaty eettiilga 1:1;)
o''loe'i. (Getlemee'esesiiel,' h'teis-
elsy ev-eninlg'and Stui'dymynornietg,
110 o'clock. air. ath-Mrs. RotsIberanger
pesoallly instruet, tasistetd hytoter
gradiute ps Iupils. Ottice lt Ac(adlemy,
61 Mtynard at.
NOTIC E.
All mtembiters ofOhio AtlticBoardl
are reqhuested to be at Gibson &
Clark's phlotograplhic gallery en Stun-
dlay mnorning, Oct. 27, at 11 0'clock
sharp for Ohio purpose of leaving thse
Be~ard's pieture tasken.
COMM.\ITTEE=..
Men en commission, 61 E. Huron st.

IlO"OMS.
Pleasatnt stilts tendsinglecroosuftr-
nishecd to order. Bathtroom ni d fur-
uae'e. Twso blocks froii thecampnu~ts
ontt he street car line. Board if dle-
sired. 1112 S. State st.
At 4 N. Fiftth tie., very' nicely fur-
nishued front suite rooms, furnace hetes
and bathi. Also test table boardl at
$2.30 tt cweek for ia limited numeber.
esathier echairs antd couciees for liberte-
ries 5111 ftraternlity' houses iin ihelaig-
est assortmnt. Pries e'r'iy 11ow, sit
MARTIN IIALLII'S.
For Sale or Rlent.-A saluare Piano
(Decker) in good condeitioet. 'Terms
reasonable. Inquire of No. 14 N. In-
gallusO.
WANTED-From twehve to fifteess
students to work en commnisnion. Call
at 6I E. Huron at.
Elegant Suite-bath, beating and
lighting-rent reasonable-Forest. Inn,
14 Forest ave.
tFor Students-Patsent revolving hook
casen, heat make and good ptatterns.
Lowv prices at MIART'IN HALLEWS.
Subncribe for the Daily.

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