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October 31, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-31

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THE ..01? M. DAILY.

. "Tq :F 1F. C. ST]EBBINS,
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER
)1F[IIAKlli[ l [AVNI~J MAN
I. -zIling coupon hooks goodi
for $3 for $2.505.
G n~a ATISFACTION GUARANTEED
'4 F.W ILIAM STIREET.
T E $50-
Th ol Ii t4.~~l Mei.eo teTHE SIMPLEX PRINTER.
Simple; Durable; Wiiting in Sight,;\r1 new inventioni for dtoplicaling
Permanent Alignment,;Distantly Cohiir of wvrililis, and drawli gs.
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
51t E Watnst Ann Arbor, Mlh. -
FLAG Pl s $1.50,
Yellow and Blue But-
tons fl~c.
With U. of M. or the F~rontasn rtinial, as ordinary paiter wit i
aypen, tilt copirsncas be madr. Fifty
year 75c. tapirs of typewriter masctripts producrtt
A7'- is inates. Snd for eirrelarsansnamprn
wM. RTOL' SJeweer.,of work. AGENTS WANTED.
WM.ARN LD', Jwelr. LAWT ON & C . ,
K A Lh -.2esrv St., New York
ORDER YOUR COAl 0OF JOHN WAN AMAKEH S
2s-STAE HL-_a.R
OFFrCErt11 i.Wa~hlagton st.,Phtone SNo.
YARDS:tM. C . R, phase Na. 51 Sweaters to measure, all colors, wooler
___________________________ Linen Shirts, made to measu
MUSICAL GOODS 25 per cent under
AT TilE Avoid jobbeis, -snd wholesaler'a
STATR STREJT musicSTOR[ madatonirder. OFF]
Cheaper than anywhere else in LAMPS ! IAMJ
the Country. Make ro miistake. IDo youTwvnt
-w vriety and give youi loner prices tha
B 0 0 KAn examination of tar stock de:
._ andmont improved lainip made. IlTl

TIM N W C. I EN ALSchailer's Bookstore
OCCID NTAL Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK. Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLDER,
Studettnanti ritirtn nYtsdiantitin
their hadquarter wiieinphnt and I THEDONTW BOKELR
Most tordially, 19 E. Washington st., one block
W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
EMIL DREFS, D _ A. E. MUMMXERY'S,_
Th~ t~l1{1t~ \~idiiiako ~ The. Jargest bottle
Besnt rferentcen possiblertin r, Netr'f'ork 0 of TOOTH POWDER
City, Cicn indAsnnArbtor. N'
To ke taep p osterandtee..W4ithctyfr2,
Daily. . I.II':!,3 0andI[our money ackID
_T1 E if no perf eclyIstJ i s-V lI

w

IAILUW AR~T
n$3. Sox, all wool, fast colors, 122c,
ire, 75c. Tailor Made Suits,
Ann Arbor prices.
sprofits. Suits $10, $12, $15, $10,
'ICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE.

fps!

LAlMPS !

ak lamlp? We rcatn 51(show yonln irrit
:i aiiyhIuslinhis llamarket.
,mionstrtes that it contains the hInst
iirty-three years experience illtile
Buy of us atnd get thi nerfit ~f it.

Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery adid Note
Books. special reductions this week
on K. & B's Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Gloods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
ai e the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & COI,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST N.ATIONYAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 10111.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Proiits, $40,0001.
Transacts a general banklng busnss.
Foreign exchanges bought andnsold. Furntish
letters ef credit.
P. BACH, Pres. S. Ws. CLARKSON, Cashier.
22 Years in the Business-"5l
CITY LAUNDRY,
N. X. SEALBOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69 Miller ave., Ans Arbor. Sich.

IDEAN&VOCAMIPANY

44 South Main Street.

I

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
James Dniffy, law '94. is ptracticiiig
at Baiy City.
Dr. teo. Clark. '94 rmedic. is ipractic-
ing in Ray- City.
Portecr Fleinilling. lawe 93, is practic-
inig iinDenver.,(Colo.
Prof. M'chiemi will lecttire t the
juiiior laws tomorrow.
P. A. Rteque, '97 medic, is atteiiding
ft' Uiniversity of Toronto.
E. I. Buckus, '94 dent, is having a
good priactie at St. Joseph, Rich.
Sam Medhury and Paul Ragley, of
Detroit, art in towvn, the gtuests of the
D. Ki. E.
Dr. '1. 11. Stiinsoii, of the '93 tdental
class, insitracticiiig his profession in
Brinkley, Ark.
Dr. E. A. Clark, a graduate of thle
University, is to he niarried today to
Miss Anna Dietz, of this city.
W. WV. Wedenieyer, '95 lawe, isimak-
lug Rlepuhlican siteechmes in the west-
ern part of the cotunty this week:.
Andrev E. Gihnon, '92 lawc, was
nloimintedl last night hy the Rtepubsli-
cans of the city for just ice of ft'e
peace.
Dr. Georg, of this city, was in De-
troit yesterday attending thle funeral
of Dr. Augustus Kaiser, who was Dr.
Georg's classmate in 'Ti,

11'. E. Hotdgmtan. '15 haw, has re-
tutrnetd to te lmsiversify.
E. A. Fink aiid IW. T. Wehh, both
law '193 have formietd a partnmershiptatii
Detroit. They have a $5,000 damage
suit agakintfthle Michigan Ceitral.
Thle fPolitical Equality cluih will iieet
at MeIillan hall next Friday, Nov. 2,
att 3 p. in., for the tpurttose of cointiii-
uinig the stutdy of thet ctnstituition of
thet Unittd States.
Timelpractice game ttetweeni time hIS
lit aiit Ifigh School tetas armmiged
for yesterday was ptostponed to this
afternoon. ft will he Iplayetd it the
fair grounds at 4 o'clock.
There will he an inmportant meetimig
si thfle txecutive hoartd of the Ora-
torical Associatioii, Friday, Nov. 2, at
4 p. iii., in coons 24. All imemhers of
the hoard are expected to he present.
General Secretary Mertz and Presi-
deint(Gilchrist, will spseak hefore the
S. C. A. isext Sunday niorning at New-
herry hall. They will give a reptort
of the sumnier school at Northifield,
MBass.
Prof. Carhiart ihas just placed the
second pamphlet of his advanced notes
on physics in the hands of his stu-
dentn. 1Hin new text book, to con-
tain 300 pages, will he out about
Dec. 4.

46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
60S. Main st., aind State st., cur-
iser of William st., save a.
complete stock of
UNIV[RSITY 1[HT BOO ks
New and Second Hand.
Note Reeks and other Students' OSppiess,
Pine Stationsery, Sporting Goods, etc , whiich
they sifer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THtE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cur. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Frop.
Bsarders waited.
Arnericao Hovse
Corner Washsington st., aud
Ashley st.
R atesc $2 and $3.
1'COMTBi123.
14. ST.&E3LE.:t,
PROPRETOR.
G. HI. WILD
IHE [[AOING TILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens alid largest stock in the.
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for...
OF COME AND SEE U S.
2 E. Washington st., near Main at.

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