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THE U. OF M. DAILY

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a R___ PA LL .~
lire lMoons Stwillp1] a sfire
edge oit qicker kian iiy other. If
you are rot satisfied aftci ns1 th e
Strop we will gt-idly ie oroyoor
ou mo ret.anveryb od atsedfrs
ou morEerhoypiscasedrso
Calkin's Pharmacy.

A FINE DI8PL.A Y
At 42 S.State St.,-iist Floor.

uiw rS.AIL-jE__ ,*-*"-*!,*

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AT

GtIarss JPa1jos, ThTT1C IIat'f
Ptalaolkils,Vfiolins' Etc. iNOBDLE'SJ, NOBLJ 'S~, INUQ Li3,

Att Etegointy Finished cod Richtina
Tone.
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer.

CI4OICE FOR $9=00,1
Wrorttr $1000 to $i3 00. CASH ONLY TAKES THEM at trese tries.

-MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
_________________________________AND CORNER OF STLATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
A NET AITP IMPLOYTEPSOUY.E1\TIL 0 i'.ANN _AK1132 LPP i-iE JNIY EL SI'Y JUSTi £EOEIjYEP
TENNIS GOODS AND IIAMMOCIKS.
Our J Sock will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

7 rAnd Many
=.r Other
Makep
--tfO 'Q / U SALE AT-
BICYCLES. 'O Drug Ntro
Will You Look
At outr Show Wittdow? It tolls
it's orwn story about
GUITARS
AND
PR ICES.
THdE ANN ARBuORh ORGAN CO.,
51 Sooth MnSt Srct.
If3rHIGANCLGTF
Timablohe (Revised) Novemibe 20, 1892.
EAST. p. 114. WEST. a. M
Ml_____-_____425Chicao eal _ 3 508
Day Express.---- 5 ;S Day Express-S-- fit2
N. S. Limiteid---e8 28Mart _------- 93
N. YLiited-_0 5 N. S.- outed 555 ri
Niagara Fallo Spilt Ti 2 p. m.
a, m, Chicago Ex,; recs. 2 14
D. N. Espress-___. 5 38 0. R. Express --5 48
AStlantic Expors__ 803 Ctit. Nighit Rsp9 S05
0. R. Express --t- 1di0Pacific hispross-. tO 2t7
0. WV. ResoLES. H. W, HAYES,
cr0. P. S&T. Agent, Cirao. Agt. Aaii Arbor.
IFIRST NATIONAL BA NK
OF ANN ARBOR.
tjopilat, 510ttt0. Surpluead Profits, $30,000.
Transacts a gee. iibanking husiness, ear--
eign exchasere sotd.,tlees of credit procared
for travelersabiroad.
P. BACH, Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashie.
DANCING and DEPORTMENT.
QRANGER'S ACADEMY
The buiding speeillty buatthy til. Granger
includes his family home, and contains the
finest and hesl arranged rooms foe iastruction
tohbe osud in the Stale.
Office. Center Entrance, 6 MAYNARD RS.
Send $125, $2, or 505 for Sam-
Yple Retail Box hy expresof
the BEST CANDIEtSin America.
Put up in elegant hoxes a d
strictly pure. Suitahble r.
PEENTS. Express charges
mm repaid. Refer to all Chica1o;'
112 State Street.

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
3 its, '(tipper Bfransd" Sotid meait Toma3tosse for $1.1]] per dtoz.
3 " IRiversidte "icciciac i ]152) ii ii
3t" Pumrptkin, - - .W 6
3 'Squaitsh,......................1.10
2 ii Wiloow Corti, - - - 1.1.3 i i
2 " Prinmrose - - - - 13
2 " Lake Shore," - - - " 1.50 '
Anid all other Canoed Gooeds at propsotionate pie of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

j UNIVERSITY NOTES.
.J tands foc Juors,
01sfishm it is sait,
By tirnoss.are ltes. Rs.
Ssstsscilso for ttheAltisini Week-
Prof. Heispi. rlid isot meet his
classes yesterday.
Prof. Trueblood exatoitned his
classes us elocotiois today..
Prof. A. C. M\cLaughlin, wil sail
for Europe the 6th of July.
About foor hoodred of thre Pal.
ladituss were sold yesterday.
Dr. Angell examined isl class in
"History of Treaties,' yesterday.
Prof. hitus-Arnolt left for Chica-
go, yesterday, to he gonf a few

Only 723 of the seniors have paid
their dipilomia fees. Secretary Wade
io very desirous that the others
should settle this psatter at on1ce.
Dr. I.. S. Pilcher, an alutmnus of
thse U. of M. and Professor of Sutrg-
cry at the N. Y. Post Graduate
Schsool, visited tire sospital yester-
day.
Mr. E. P. Comnrsigs, '93 lit1 has
oecured a positions inthie high school
at lhis hotme in Grand Hasven, for
next year, teaching Etiglish anc
German.
There wuill he a meretinsg of tire
astronomical society in roons 22,
Saturday, June io, at 7:30. All is-
terested in astronomy or physics are

Call on Win Fulde, ttie
Tailor, opplosite the Law Buriling, on
Wiltian-st., first door Avert of State-st.
Gleaniog, repairing and prssingedonie nearly.
Sits inoedee a specialty. All wrachfirst-olass.
IF YOU WANT 'TO
3uy as6A,'6'r= C1003=
orehave some Repairing done go to
W'si. Ariio)(d5 36 Main Street
1(AGE~- OiJ$
' 1 WITH SIX LOTST
FA hibo ose, weithiaot rs i-sl r-re
ie ierstcosiitifiiome Arri-vslr- erhall.
)roperoty in N.'riitsha.-ar f-irhs11oteitrird
f lo- f Banc troll orobiilliardti-is-im- Woirrr
111:1criiiroiexcelrintplcesiior oietoythouse
Roasy ptisysi-is..C'11ilts
56 WVest Liberty Street,
S. KRhAU;SE, ANN Amtou, MICH.

I

Plrof. Chansilain rvill finishs hisisitdohersn.
course of lectures to the lawvs this The final interclass ganse wiii he
week. postponed until Saturday, June 17.
Seniors should not fail to siu- This game wiii he hetsveen the win1-
scrihe for the Alusni Weekly hefore ners of the otlrer class games, the
leaving. '94 lit, and the '93 law classes.
Dr. Livingston, class of '92, nowr The seniors are complaining a
located at Caro, Mich., was in town great deal ahout not being ahie to
Monday. find openings for teachers. Onlya
Prof. Taylor will examine his class few of them have secured positions
in Pol. Ec. HI, Friday, at the regu- so far, and many have expressed
lar lecture hour. their failure to find any one who
Ten of the Ohio senior laws went wanted thenm.
to Columbus, Monday, to attend the A unique and interesting secret
slate has examination, society in the University ia the
The aenior laws will he examined "Knickerbocker Club," composed
for admittance to the bar of Washte- of Dutch students. The men are
naw county, Saturday. among the best students of the Uni-
A certain Senior rooming at 42. versity, and a number of the promin-
Sooth Fifth ave., had his graduation ent professors are interested in this
suit stolen from his room recently. I organization.

I

CALL ON~-
G. H.WILD
The ]leading Tailor,
Fora inei SphrioSumrrs aSuit,'trousers,
Ilsney Vest 00 Overcosuct.oHecri5eso
mrost somsplete stock in the ciiy sic
No.2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.
01 t-113110, aup'~a 12.
Capital,$5,00-.Surplus andProsjt, $17r,0.
ones a general Banking husiness. Pays in-
terest on Saving Deposite. Has safety
Deposit Boxes for Seat.
it. KRUPF4 Pree, F. B. BELSER, Cashier.
Bank oven Saturday evening.
0. X, BARBER IoP.
IN CNNTOfrNese,
fEiae Shower Baths, New Porcelain
Tube.
30 E. Washington St. J. R. TROJANOWSjjI
u0 Baths for $5.00.

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