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October 30, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-30

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

T E
CRANDALL.TYPEWRITER
EP F 0cE 0so.
The only High Grade Machine on the
Market sold at a Sea snablerie.-
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
F3 E Washington st., Ann Arbor, Rich.
FLAG PINS $150
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of M. or the
year 75c.
-AT--
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
K O
ORDER YOUR COAL OF
M. STAEBLER,
OFFICE: 11 W.Wanhington st..'Phone No.8
YARDS: M. C. R. R., 'phone No. 51.
MUSICAL GOODS
AT TIlE.
IATE STR[T MUSIC ST9RE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
the Country.
BOOKS.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K. & E.'s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Comedand see us. We
ale the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & C1,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, 140,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Woreigo exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
Betters of credit.
P. BACH, Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
22 Years in the Business.
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
06 Mller ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.-

F. C. STEBBINS,
B[I[ % LNMAN
Is selling coupon books good
for $3 for $2.50.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
'24 E. WILLIAM STREET.

THE NEW
OCCDENTAL
YPSILANTI, MICH.
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK,
Stadents and citizens should makhe this
their headqiuarters while is Ypsilanti. and I
assure them they will tad me, as rve,
Most cordially,
W. H. LEWIS, Prop.

SchaIIer 8ookst[re
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.

I IE SIMPLEX RINTI EU. EMIL DREFS, d A. E. MUMMERY'S,
A news invention for duplicatiing r h fl1fhT~I 11
co ies of writings and drawvi gs. j The largest bottle
Best references possible in Europe, New York ┬░ of TOOTH POWDER %
City, Chicasoand Ann Arbor.
- 64 S. State st. Come and see us. in the city for 25c,
iT.T:DES and your money back i
___ THE0
FI --TESTAU T if not perfectly satis-
iro ,n a erginal, anoinary paper with in Ann Arbor is factory at
any pea, 100 cepies can be misde. Fifty
cepiea of typewriter manuscripts prodaoUe 3- ' .es - IL I,
is i5miaates. Send for circua~ssand samples ~NEW DRUG STORE.
of work. AGENTS WANTED. Give it a trial. 2 E. Huron st ET
LAWTON & CO., To keep posted, read the
20 Vesev St., New York Daily.'
JOHN YUAN AMAKEWS__1AILOHING T RCY,
-- 46 S. RAIN STREET.
Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolen, $3. Sox, all wool, fast colors, 1212c.
Ltnen Shirts, made to measure, 75c. Tailor Made Suits, MOO0 RE & WETMORE
25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices.8aS.dRain s.,and Stale st., cur-
Avoid jobbers, and wholesaler's profits. Suits $10, $12, $15, $16, ner of William st., have a
made to order. OFFICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE. complete stock of

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LAMPS!

LAMPS !

Make rno mistake. Do you want a lamp? We can
variety and give you lower prices than any house in this
An examination of our stock demonstrates that it+
and most improved lamp made. Thirty-three years e:
Lamp Business is wcrth something. Buy of us and get ti
D EAN & co
44 South Main Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Albion defeated Hillsdale yesterdayI
by a score of 18-0.
Thos. Murdock, '94 pharmic, has a
position in Ypsilanti.
Miss Beckwith, formerly with '94 lit.
is teaching in this city.
Dr. Allen Kessler, '94 dent, is visit-
ing in the city this week.
Ed. W. Sims, '94 law, has located in
Chicago at 5315 Jackson ave.
T. B. Jack, formerly '95 lit, is at-
tending Leland Stanford University
this year.
E. L. Haley, '96 law, has been called
to his home in Monroe by the deatha
of his father.
The freshman lit football team will
play the high school team at the fair
grounds this afternoon.
R. E. Russell, '90 lit, who played
second base on last year's 'Varsity
team, has entered the University.
The second concert in the faculty
concert series will be given Thursday
evening, Nov. 1, at Frieze Memorial
Hall.
The sophomore medical class will
hold a meeting at 1 o'clock today in
ioom A. Officers will be elected, and
arrangements will be made for a class
social.

Among those whor
Harvard last Slay, e
inent athletes.
Prof. Kirchner lee
classes today andM
Mechem will lecture
Friday.
Prof. Stanley hasc
ize classes for the p
songs, meetings to
week. Two years a
carried out and pros
ing as well as benefi
The campus is on
iag its normal appea
it has been badly tor
which have beenr
make np for the loss
been well cared for;
be lost.
J. B. Brooks, chai
collegiate committee
work is being pus
toward making arra
preliminary debate fI
choosing speakers t
weterii University.
literary societies,
Webster, Alpha Nu
choose as soon as po
to compose a comm
make arrangements
bate.

LAMPS ! [J I'I[SITY 11 BOAS
show you a great New and Second Hand.
market.
contains the best Not tooes andother Students' Supplies,
tieFine Stationery, 5portisg CGools, etc , which
sperience in the they offer at the Lowest Prices.
he benefit of it.
Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
received honors at TRY THE
leven were prom- ELITE DINING PARLOR
tures to the law Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWISIFro.p.
oImorro┬ź. Prof. Boarders Wanted.
on Thursday and
decided to organ-
tractice of college Ii
be Ileis olacs u~A mPr an MfI P
go this idea was
eed to be interest-
cial. Corner Washington st., and
e more approach- Ashley st.
arance. Although
rn up, the changes R a teF $2 a nd $3.
made more than
. The trees havi T]1TODTEt 123.
and but few will
M. ST ELER,.
rman of the inter-
, announces that
hed very rapidly G. T. W ILD
ingements for the
or the purpose of
o send to North- L IUIb TAILOR
Each of the four
the Jeffersonian, Has the newest Fall and Winter
and Adelphi is to Woolens and largest stock in the
and deihi i to city. You can get any seiec-
ssible a gold man tion you are looking for.
sittee of four, to
for the inal de- W COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main St.

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