THE U. OF M. DAILY
HOTEL+EPWORTH O MA5 PANTALOON SALE
A lreat 1)i<,0
Will be but 4oo feet from ane el - MI EW :2 IT R
trance to the f
trane tothe ahogany, Celluloid bound edges,
WORLD'S FAIR, ONLY tbu14. Prices 52.00, f2.48, '2.7i and $3.28. Styles are good, qualities
ONLYrlo r$14nsu roIexcellent. just the thing for recitation room
'ed offers low rates and superior ITT E FEL oWS IN PROPORTION. and serviceable
about it at WILSEY,
OA LKINB' - 34 8. State. isouth State Street, it STAIRS. -A R .
S 1 . S tae-l
OMOORE &WETMOREBOOK STORES- NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
f AND CORNER O STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
..~7AND )SEcOOND- -=AN=D (Z:)]:~=-
University Text-Books, Medical Books, Law Books, Dental Books, Students' Note Books, Blank Books, Stationery. We have a large
Stock of Keuffel and Esser Drafting Instruments.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
I NEST STOCK 0
HOLIDAY -:- GOODS
N THE CITY NOW ON' sALE AT
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Will You Look
REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
3 lb, "Clipper Brand" Solid meat Tomatoes for $1.10 per doz.
3-"Dolphin "" 1.15 "< "<
c:"Riverside c c cc c 5.20 upkn
3 Squash,-- - - - - 1.10 "s
21" Winslosw Corn, - - - 1.1 "
" Primrose " - - - - 1.38 "
2 " Lake Shore," - - - " 1.50 "c "c
And all other Canned Goods at proportionate price of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
The first moot court case was tried
yesterday, Prof. Mecham presiding.
s Prof. Demmon was reported to
be feeling much better last evening.
At his'clinic yesterday Dr. Obetz
At our Show Window?
it's own story about
GUITARS removed two epitheliomas in suc-
PRICES. It is reported that the '96 Mando-
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., lin Club will add a flutist to their
51South Main Street. membership.
Out of 134 men in the freshman
X L3HIGAN EIG IM class at Amherst, it is said that only
Time Table (Revised) November 20, .1892. 6 use tobacco.
EST.C p. itt W551., am.
Mai --- ChicagoSpecial 105 During the illness of Prof. Dem-
"lay Express---- 5130 Dar Express-.- 817
N.S. Limited-- 5 608: mail. Stmon, his classes are met regularly
N. Y. Limited --. 9 45 N. S. Limited - 069
Niagara Falls Sp'l11 27 P. by his assistants.
a. m, Chicago Express. 2 19
AtNti IEpress.. 5 38CG Nightxresp. s 4 The junior laws who did not pass
G. R. Express --10 40 Pacifc Express--10K $ Blackstone, will be examined
0: w. RlensLFS. H. W.Are.
G. P. &T. Agent, Chicago. Age. Aln.Arbor. Saturday, at 9 a. m.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK The one-year men will be quizzed
Inthe second five lectures in Evi-
OF ANN ARBOR.
'Capital, $10,000. surplus and Profts. 30,.0. deuce, Saturday, at 9 a. m.
Teansast ageneral baning business, for- 'Fhe senior law baseball teals
reign exchattwe sold, letters at credit pr. eoreet
,or traveFers abroad. P. BACH, Pres. posed for a photograph yesterday .
S. w.CLARKONi, Cashier. It will be used for a Castalian cut.
The coal supply at the University
nearly gave out yesterday, threaten-
ing a temporary cessation of recita-
GRANGER'S ACADEMY. tons.
Pupils may enter at any time. hir iquarter
-ar tnrom the date of admission. OficI Spain has so universities, Italy
sand Residence Center Entrance
SMAYNARD S., - ANN A . , Germany , Great Britain i,
and Russia 8, while the United
Send $125, $2, or $3 50 for Sam- States has 36o.
f..J. plc Retail Box b express oef aare
the eEST CANDIESi America. Salaried managers for college ath-
Put up in elegant boxes and letic teams are winning in favor, and
strictlF pure. Sitable for' easar:iniginfvrad
FRESENTS. Expres ehasces 'U: of P., Yale, and Harvard are in
repaid. Refer to all Chicago.s
'reieAddes, line. Such managers are chosen
C. F. GUNtITHER, Cnfectioner, aae
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. from among tise graduates. j
' Ralph Garwood, '92 lit, at pre-
sent in Albion high school, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. V. D.
Garwood, who is ill.
Milchigan is said to rank fifth in
the number of instructors, being
credited with 145. The order of
the others is as follows: Harvard,
253; U. of P., 232; Columbia, 220;
Chapel at the S. C. A. next Sun-
day will be conducted by Dr. Mark-
ley instead of Prof. Stagg, as an-
nounced, the latter will be compelled
to return to Chicago immediately
after his lecture.
Bishop John H. Vincent, D. D.'
LL. D., will lecture at the M. E.
church Friday evening, on "That
Girl. " This is a companion lecture
to "That Boy," which has won the
bishop great popularly as a lecturer.
The admission price is twenty-five
Mr. Frank Keller, traveling sec-
retary of the Students' Volunteer
Movement, was detained, not arriv-
ing in Ann Arbor until 5:30 p. m.
Consequently the missionary con-
ference was not held in Newberry
Hall on Saturday afternoon as an-
Steps are now being taken by the
Bureau of Music of the Columbian
Exposition to have a series of con-
certs by college glee clubs at the
World's Fair, Chicago, next sum-
mer. It has been deemed advisable
to have the series begin immediately
after the college commencements,
when the clubs will be in their best
Call on Wm. Fulde, the
Tailor, opposite the Law Building, on
William-st., first door west of State-st.
Cleaning, repairing and pressing done neatly.
Suits to order a specialty. All work first-class.
IF YOU WANT TO
Buy an1lari Clock
or have some Repairing done go to
Wf i. Arnohk, 36 Main Street
HOW DOES IS SUIT
Our spring stock will soon be
here. As we do not wish to carry
over any winter goods, we shall
sell thesi at greatly reduced prices.
$35 SUITS FOR $30.
$30 '' " $25.
All others in proportion.
42 SouTH STATE ST.
WILD! WILD! WILD!I
IS SELLING HIS WINTER
STOCK AT REDUCED
PRICES WHICH WILL
BE A BARGAIN
FOR YOU AS
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.