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October 26, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-26

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THE U. OF M. jDA1LY.

CRANDALL TYPEWRITER

HARRIS HALL, THE SIMPLEX PRINTER.
7i T 4 { Q A A new invention for duplicating
1 i1 ta y M.0 copies of writings and drawii gs.

MR ANSBACH,
The Magician ,
Witt give one of his deligetful
entertainments in
:' SOS $50.
The only High Grade Machine on the Magic, Mirth and Mystery.
Market sold at a Reasonable Price.

Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
3 E Washington st., Aee Arbor, Mich.
K-L
Olt)Rlt '01St COAL 01
OFFICE: 11 W. uashington st 'Phone No.8
YAiDs: M. C. I. R., 'Phone No. R.
FLAG PINS $1.50.
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the
year 75c.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
BOOKS.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
SrIDINTS BNKSTwiIE,
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
.on K. & E.'s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
:SPALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
,and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prefits, $40,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreigsoexchanges bought and sold. Furnish
letters ef credit.
P. BACH, Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
22 Years in the BusinessM .-
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prop..
Boarders Wanted.
Miss Hattie Long,
TEACHER
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69 Miller ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.

AD(MISSION 50 CENTS.
F. C. STEBBINS,
RE I [ 1 .1 [AUN3IYMAN
Is .elling couponh ooks gooli
for $3 for $2.50.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDt
2S5 5. STATE STREET.
MR^ , ANNIE WARD [OSIER'S
SChOOL/ OF
Dancing and Delsarte.
Third seixon opens first week So November.
For particnurs enquire between 0 and 0 p.m
at he schioiol,
46 S.. ST A-T~ES ST.

From an original, an ordinary paper with
any pen, 1001 copics coo be node. Fifty
copies of typewriter ecmnusripts produced
in 15 minutes. Send for circulars and samples
of work. AGENTS WOANTED.
LAWTON & CO.,
20 Vesey St., New York
THE NEW
OCC IDENTAL
YPSILANTI, MICH.
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK,
Students and citizens should make this
their headquarters while in IYpsilinti, and I
assure them they will find me, aoever,
Mtost cordlially,
W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
____TilEN__r
FINEST RESTAURANT
o in Arbor is
G Z ASt i - E u'S t
Give itaitrial .ilHluroiis

Schaller's Bookstore
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
A. E. MUMMERY'S,
KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
AND CLEAN.
1 We will help you with
TV7 thootl
c Nail
bf whispUUOI S
F+Shoeur s c
lath
FINE TOILET SOAPS
AND SPONGES.
W NEW DRUG STORE.
HALLER'S JEWELRY
46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
DUMPEBIT TEXT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies,
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.

JOVN WANNAMAKEB'S__TAILOBING AGENCY,
Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolen, $3. Sox, all wool, fast colors, 12ic.
Linen Shirts, made to measure, 75c. Tailor Made Suits,
25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices.
Avoid jobbers, and wholesaler's profits. Suits $10, $12, $15, $16,
made to order. OFFICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE.

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LAMP.S '!

LAMPS !

LAMPS !

Make no mistake. Do you want a lamp? We can show you a great
variety and give you lower prices than any house in this market.
An examination of our stock demonstrates that it contains the best
and most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years experience in the
Lamp Business is wcrth something. Buy of us and get the benefit of it.
]DBJAN 8& OMPEANY.
44 South Rain Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Jas. Breakey and Mr. Elwood, 94
medics, are now assistant physicians
Dr. Haidle will quiz the junior dents
in the Pontiac ass-inn.
today in philosophy.'1
Dr. Frank B. Powers, '93 medic, of
Miss Susie Heffron, '94 lit, is teach- nv. Teank . was mei o
ing n' he Mrqutte chols. Knoxville, Tenn., was married Wed-
ing in the Marquette schools. nedy vnigtMss odeW-
* edyevening to Miss L~odie Wil-
Earl Wilson, '94 lit, has gone into ais, at her home in Lauremceb'mcg,
the lumber business at Harrison,
ich.Ky.
Studes dThe senior dents held a class meet-
Students drew 12,420 books from the
library last year, while professors ing yesterday and elected the follow-
drew out 5,400. ing officers: President, J. H. Nois.ey;

MUSICAL GOODS
AT THE
STATE STREEI MUSIC STORE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
the Country.
Corner Washington st., and
Ashley st.
Rates $2 and $3.
' -ObTEJ 123.
W. 8TA3C33LER.,
PROPRIETOR.
G.1. WILD
IVE LEADING JAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens aiid largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
W COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st,

Dr. Resinger, graduate from the den-
tal college of Geneva, Switzerland, is
taking p. g. work at the University.
Howard Chickering, '94 lit, left Sun-
day for Chicago, where he has ac-
cepted a position with the Chicago
Screw Co.
A. M. Todd, prohibition candidate
for governor, has contributed $20 to-
ward the expenses of the University
prohibition club.
Fred Leland, of St. Johns, formerly
in the dental department, was in the
city this week, en route for New
Haven, Conn., where he will locate.

vice president, F. E. McLaughlin; sec-
retary, H. B. Hinman; treasurer. P.
T. VanOrnum.
Elev. J. T. Sunderland will speak
next Sunday morning at the Unitar-
ian church upon "Oliver Wendell
Holmes." At his young men's noon
Bible class, lie will speakupon'"The
Bible as Literature."
The tickets of the Oratorical Asso-
ciation are printed and are now on
sale. All members will receive one
free of charge, and all others desir-
ing to do so can get them of H. R.
Crozier or President Quarles.

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