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November 01, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-01

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THE ~U. OF Al. DAILY.

T_- EP -l'F. 0. STEBBINS, THE &"ZWV
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER LI l~
BEIABLE 0 LIJNDI~MAN Li I II'I
Is cllsigC~ii~iSS itiikisis1 PSILANTI, 11IC(H.
d a 4for $3 for x$.0 SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK.
stu .oden s d iizes houid mketosl
- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED h iSiosi sos' s5aso
cliU- l ucthy Will find aMe, rmee
Most cordily,
F. Wvll11 A A rts Ay r W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
1=' rl c--E $50_ rum.. X amnuiu .SIvi.irr-v T , ,c

S*ChalII's Bookstore

i

Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs io the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DDWN-TDWN BOOKSELLER,
1t9 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.

Tile nly :2gh rade x:achoe.o theIHL SIMPLLA ruiN !u iu. 'A L " 1 R' , D A. E ___RYS
A new. invention15forcdilp1 ice ti eg btQ t i{ 1 iIliu ri
Simpte; Durabte; Writing in Sight; copies of wriltings andi drawiings. 111, Thel lar(gesuibottles
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type. Bt r<omu, enc psiblecinEurepe, Nee Y1orl, of TOOTH POWDER
J. S. PEARL, Agent, -(ie hoe d Aa r ,r ;
iii --iei- Ai(4ihoSiiateii 5t. ComeindS ( ess us. S in the city for .25c, a
,sis_1_s I nnt n sd., A n ArborMeth._(_
ll~VII..~ F~if not perfectly satis- o'
5'f Yellow and Blue But- _ FINEST RESTAURANT!
tons G~c. i rFrryoernitc Ai iiei factory at
With U. of M. orthe sayrotnot rnlalorar aer,,.. irh n Abri
year 75e. cpers of typewirirar s.scriisis roilaril Q- l A, GaIl - W -S.
in l5eisoites S5dririihiiiiiiiiissiirs ats t- NEW DRUG STORE.
it innof irk.AGE~NTsSiAN Ii ii ivit riai1s . nli_ Hirnn
WM RODS eee. LAWTON & CO. To keop posted, read theI
I0 V e e Stew ork ul D aily . H A L L E B '.S * J [ W [ LD Y
JOAA KRSIIR AEfI 4
1YARS:e1M. U. i.R. inieiiir eNio.51. Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolesa, $3. Sox, all wool, fast colors, 12 c.
_______________________ Linen Shirts, made to measure, 75e. Tailor Made Suits, I MOORE & WETMORE
MVUSICAL GOODS 25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices. 156 S. iMain it suad State st.,cmr
AlT Tru Avoidl jobhbers, aiid whuolesalers prifits. Saiis $10, $12, $15, $16, icnr ot Williasm st.,i iavea
STTiTnE UI SOEsada 1o order." OFFICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE. I complete stock of
Chaprthn yxhru es ii LAMPS! LAMPS ! LAMPS,! 1~E~TY I( OK
thei- oiiitry. take rlo mistake. Do you swant a lassip? We can shiiis youn i giri't New and Second Hand.
B O O S-41 'ariety and give y-ou loiiver prices thian aiiy house in thiis market.
xAn examninsatioiiOfofur stocka demnistrates that it contaisxthe heist NoeBools osii sther Studests' Coplirs,
asnd most implrovedtlampsliinside. Thiiity-tluree years experierise ii liiihe iinseef4ri siis ii the, Sci oestn gri croic
-- -- - Lanip Ilasiness is iccrtli somet-shing. liiy sit us aniii get the lienefit of it._
Second Hand Books, A & O AIP N Call and see us before purchasing.
College Text Books, 44 South Main Street.I FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS

Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
Sr[(J I)TS' B0S~E
STATE STREElT.
Bargains in Stationery anad Note
Books. special reductions this xveek t
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.t
We have the hest.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING 1
and Sporting Goods for the nexvi
gas u.Cm n e s e the largest dealers iss the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN &CO., e
Wholesale and Retail Blooksellersz
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.d
OF ANN ARBORt. j
Oirgaized 1863i.
Csapitai, $100,000. Sarplus asd Iceiits, $40,010.
Trainsssa-genirral banksisng businss.
Fereigs rcarbaies bought ad sold. Furnish
Setter, of credit.V
11. nAC'h, Ices. 5. «'.eCLARKStON, Cashier.
226 Years in the Business--'mUiIs ..
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.b
h1Xiss Hattie Long, a
Gjuitar, Mandolin and Banjo, s
69 Miller ave., Ass Arbor, Mih. b

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Msiclsigsiss io0ne lstuentsinisLelinis
StanfsordUn 0iviersity.
Suil Sithl Rtssesll sisso entertinedss
by Prof. ''rusebloodl wchile isn She city.
Tlo hssjunior Mlssx havse sslected A. I..
Shanon ss sshesir choice- fsr repiresen~ta-
tivi ois theiexecistivselioairdof Ohs'
Oratlorialsishociatlions.
'Thes S. C. A. still gist, a series if
etures sduringe She yssar whlichswill
includie proin~~ientl:lpastors of Cicagsoi
Dtrloit sandl uther' citiss.
All senior lawxs sisih rsesiot elss
fiedl for'pracie cournsist works willlie sus
classifiedin iiasofew daiys Iby Prof.
Bolods.sr the erks ofIthe couirt.
Thes- nmes of thse sen~ior lsaw stus-
desntsscwho ~pssdthe examuinion oneS(i
Eq~uiiiyl-adliig sasndPractice hasve
iens posted oii the bunlletinshosard
The maembuers of thue junsior lssxccass
whos havesignifiedl their instentions of
juinisngthse Oratorical associations wili
revulv their muttebeship tickets hbe-
fore thes-meeting osithelselocuitionscluiss
Monsdayvafternooss.
Thelue nior lasw quiz exet week still
be on Agessey, including lectures s 10
gand a reies of previous lectures
and all cases assigned for study. The
ections svill, he heard sit i1 o'clock
ty Instructor Smith.

INTER-COLLEGIATE. TRY" THE
8c~etlnc~coatS u.le bisnis ELlTE DINING PARLOR
NosN% 1. Cos. State and Liberty sts.
nthir o~iu f Amis-sra oS sleu xEDWARD LEWI4, lFrop5.
lists 1555 sordasuin<ssc usiisiners. Boaurders 55anted.
'rt l's's i tusrnies foullxsluilts sre r1 "l Ej
'worthS .t4ttt ues, sindl theothser 20
Tlhe SsrtlurilAldlciu sus;soiatssissi i
ssl ciiuissuscs saseries oft Suesssiand uu;i I llP

hounracsun abulout twotuvoos.
'T'eu HasrvaurdhtDaily s deulifies ithr
statementisthaust ILiurulis toubeuspSlit
upto ss masusll colleges onuthso Oxfords
lan.
At tils suisersity of tlesuiaithle
inenutonte footbasll Sesmlire 'eempt
from u suillsury drill (liriug theufotuss-
bsallsason.
'fTuree muedical sotphomsores in utse
tiversity oftPeinnsylv-aniauaee se-
susspe-nded fsr participation in aclsss
roomu tracass.
Walter C. Canup sill spuendulthse win-
leri-c us('lifornsia on accoisst of huis
hsealth. Whtile Shore 1l-eswill cotich
t-e Lelasnd Stsanfordl University foot-
ball tesams.
The ainnuaisl intercollegisate debate Se-
twseeni Cornell ans iv~xersity of P'enn-
sylvania wsill take place at tlse Acad-
esmy of Music in Philadelphia. sn
March 5 next.

Corner Wash~ingtons st., an~d
Ashley st.
R a te $2 and $3.
29. ST,&Z13LE .,
G. HI. WILD
IVE LEADlNG TAiLOR
Has th~e newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
90-COXE AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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