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June 08, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M, DAILY

A FINE DI8PLAY

IRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AT

Tihe Alinnis Strop will pt a fine
edge on it quicker thanr any other. If
you are sot satisfiedt afte rusig tihe
Strop we will gadty return your
mosey. Everyhody is satisfied so far
ost of more thanrszo0 purchasers.
Calkin's Pharmacy.

At 42 S. StaeeSt., errsrt5'tl0'. -

Ma~1aqoil)-sio)iss, Err,. NOBLES, NOBLE'S, NOBLES,

Att Elegoantty Finished and Rictr in
Totne.
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer.

C1401CE FOql $9.00,
Worttr $io~oo to $13.00. CASH ONLY TAKES THEM at tttese prces.

MOORE &WETMORE , BOOK STORES NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
________________________________AND CORNER OF STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
A NLTT A -ND II, FLOVER SOUVETL1 O Lo'ANN AP.LBO? ! yUWDT7- LE UNW7EPSiT7 JUSiTIEOE YED,
TENNIS GOODS AM-1) IAMMOCKS.
Our S.tockp wil he found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

U AdMany
\, ~5~ Makep
BICYCLES.
Will You Look
At our Show Wiindow It tolls
it's 0-ottstory utbott

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN UY
311), "Cippeirr Pt rnd"Solid merit To tts oes o rlot 1,101 ier doz.
>8 "i~v ersidie " " " " c c 1.2(1 c s
P u- Idmpkin, - - _ " .11 c
2 " inisrlow -Corn, -. - _. 1.1.5 <<
2"Primurose--------------1.3" t
2 " Jatie Shore," "1.50
Arid all other Canned Gooda at proporticrnate pric~e of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
ItciS.t-at treoat roit r so
co spert r> istire pore,
Thio 0 rmroirg- rrs to chrtroi

GUITAR S ISrubscribe for thle AisaindWeek-
AND1)ly.
PR ICES. I'arioto Hyatt, of Flint in visiting.
THE iL N 113;CRGAfoN CO.,Iris frietnds at the University.
51Sut a in iret.ThIInc'Varsity tenor wiii practice
° at tI e freld today and tomorrow.
9-,IGHIGAN C'NTL CAL AC Denison ia entertaining Iris
rmeTahl (eised1as y ~H. fatner for a fexv days.
Start93 LAT. p.tN WESr~Tr.rra. uM10 Picf Hempl will not meet his
Duy Exprress---5 3d Day Express- 09 IttcaSueS for thre remainrler of the
N. Y. Exttoeo-i.4,5 N. S. Limited-__ 9 wce5
N. Yarrd Ctii dOsr-40 ..Wep
a, in, Chicago Ss,.ress. 2 14 The AlthaNo liteaysctywl
Niagura Suits Sat, t110 0. N. Exress - 513 pa eaysceywl
Jactrnus 1Aecors,... , 51 Chi. Night REr _1955 hold aniielectioo of offcers Sar-
iD. N. Express---.. ti4utPacificNurrresa 1. , 1
AtianticExporess-- a 50 day, Jun re ro.
0.i. I' Ii,L. H. XV, IHArus, Gbo h htgahr e
G. IP.trT. AnenrrChicano. AgI AnrrrArbor. Gtoote' lo orPrrxvrr-
torn frontChticago tomorrow, to
FIRST NATIONAL BA NKA remain 'until the middle of next
OF ANN ANBODE, week.
Capicuttaltr0,1. SurtLce und PruSts, 5$30,000. Anothrer theft of a bicycle has
Trasaets a generf.. Sanaking business, cor-
eign exchange sold, letters ot crediprrucured heen reported. The wheel stolern
fur trnveters abroad.
~.5.Cssno.P. BACH, Pres. was an 1892 Crlunmbia, No. 9,729,
SW.CAKO.Cashier.
belonging to C. H. Duncan.
DANC4ING and DEPORTMENT. There will he a meeting of the
GRAN E AAI(MilD'C Choral Union on Tuesday evening,
1~ ~i.VJune 2o, at 7 p.,in., to lake action
The buiding speeilly bulhy Mr.OGranger on an amendment to the by-laws.
itnest andsiet arraneed rooms for instruetion Alaerqetdto he preaent
to he foand in the Slate,. promptly.
OffoaCentar Entrance, 6 MAYNARD ST. The report made by Mr. Husay,
~ ~ Sena $125, $"zar $3 50far Sam-f businesa manager of the Dental
*. pie Rt i n mx b ersa Jf
cal theBEST CANS in merssaofJournal, ahows tbat that mgzn
V WV Pot up in elegant bogandiS, has been a decided scesteps
stc o ur e. Soitabsle f.PRSN.Exrschges er.Ter snuccsghoeypast
purepaid. 1teer oall Chicao. year.eThereisenoughdmoney.i
C.SGUNTHIER, Confectioner,thtrauyopy for three-fourths
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ofthisusnx year.

Lectutres in tine Lasv Department
wiii probably he brosught to an end
next Wednesday.
Out of os-er forty appslicants, Dr.
Irtartirn cisose tire followving incu-
bera of te class of '94 to act as iris
assistantls: Mtessrs. Higley anrd
Foley', rot setmester; arid Pr7essrS.
it=cIean and Palmner, anti semester.
The examtination fore admissiorn
to tine bar wiiibeheldir at tine cour.
house on Saturday, June 10, at z p.
on. Arrangements htave been mnade
hy which tine examination wiii ad-
mit to practice hefore the Suprense
Court.
Prof. George Dock has recently
been unanimuously elected a miemsber
of thse Association of Amnerican
Physicians. This association is
limited to i00oniembers, and to be-
long to it is an honor of no annali
degree.
The notice for the ball game on
Saturday, besides the uual an-
nouncemrent of the gamre, gives a
complete list of the scores of games
played by the team, making valuable
souvenirs of the season. Their value
would be considerably enhanced if
the scores given were correct.
Prof. Knowlton will deliver his
last lecture in the law lecture room
next Monday evening, June 12, at
7:30. His subject is " The. trial of
Christ from a lawyer's point of
view." This is the most interest-
ing lecture of the entire course. No
admission fee will be charged for
this lecture.

Ca ll on Win Fulde. tire
Tailor, oppositetine haw xv ldiniIg, 00
Wiliam~n-ht., first door xvest of State-at.
Cleanirn, repairingnd pressing done neatly.
Sits tonorderauspeciily. All wrkir st-class.
IF? YOU WANT TO
nrehave some Repsiring dnne go In
IA/za Arnoek 36 M Lin Street
WITH SIX LOTS
A 1-arhrrrre, oit, rrtrrrwenrrty ltore-
rrrorriointrrt.los or l itrrrrut oner-hif
tjriceofrr t ot oomerri.Sn-over-acull
i'rorr-r-tp inr ro tr1rrrc. t.:rr..o I C s ti r d
loo tr r .-r tMa r ii ii irr -rroo . tZ "ould
i;,1 oir Iei t rCa ice Oro-t icitit-
56 West Liberty Street,
S. KIRAUSE, ANN AlRroR, TMires.

-CALL ON-

G. H.WILD
The Lreading Tailor,
Fora Firre Sprit,, or Summiner SritTrousrs,
Fancy Vet or Overcoat. lie ocrrries the
5rrst omIurpleteestookir, rhe city at
No.2 E. Washington-St.. Near Main.
to ' 111 11411111, Ilp' snk.
Capital,150,000.Surisis andPruftda, $ay,0.
Does a general Banking bosineso. Pays in-
terest on Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Bonxeo far Rent.
RI. KCEMPF, Pree. -F. H. BELiSER, Cashier.
Hank onen Saturdlay evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
15 CONNEIe~ON,
Fine Shower Bts New Porelain
30O9. Washington Si. 3.5. TROJANCOWSKI
30 Baths for 85.0

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