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November 03, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-03

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THE U. OF M. DAiLY.

CRANDALL TYPEWRITER

F. C. STEBBINS,
BEHABR[ LAVNHYMAN
Is ;oling coupon books gootd
for $3 for $2.50.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
'54 E. ,VII AM ISTREET.
THE SIMPLEX PRINTER.
A new invention for duplicating
copies of writings and drasvir gs.

:P-lTOm $50.
T'hte ony High Itrade IMachinec onthe
Mtarket sold at a Rteasonatble Price.
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
53 E Washington st., Ann Arbor, Mich.
2,ltwoaac 4iFLAG PINS $1.501

THCIE N TAL SchaIler's Bookstore.
OCCID NTAL Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E.Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
_lineo Text-Books, Stationery and
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in general.
____ MARTIN SCHALLER,
their headquarters while int YpsilatiO, adtdnsadciehlsolaethis THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
asuethemthey will ied tee, a3ever,
most cordially, 19 E. WYashington st., one block
W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
EMIL DREFS, 6 A. E. MVUMMERY'S,
r[I.e S~it1nts tdiiiakr ~ The largest bottle
Best refereces possible Int F.r000, Now Yorh Q of TOOTH POWDER
City, Chsyagttand Anfactory
6S.Saest, Cohoot ndttdeAssAro . In the city for 25C,
THEAN ARORSAVINGS BANK 0 and your money back is
Anti Arbor, Mtcht Catpitl stoch,swow. if not perfectly satis-
rorpla-. $150,000
Orga~nized sttds'r t etterasl Battlin s fator at
of tistaObte.Recesives deposits, by n
sells exhag tttttottte petintipsi cities of ite
Unted Sttes. Dtafts cashed upott proer ---
idettificoat. Syc000e ~pos .it strest. 1.. NEW DRUG STORE.
"pC ITAMldPqI HALLE h + J['N[LRY

Yellow and Blue But- - .---'~
tone 60Ce Fromm on original, t.in ordinary ester wit
With U. of Mi. niP the sty pest, 100 copits catn ho made. Fifty
year 75c. copies of typew rismtermnsscripts prsdued
int15 mintles..Setnd forctrctulars andsampits
-AT- of work. AGENTS WANTED.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. LAWTON &R CO.,
I 20 Vesev St., New York
C AMNPS ! LAM
IOtt ORERt YOUR COAL OF
K _ T A LR. Wd k to mistake. Do you want
OtFICE: 11W.a-hlngltzs t ,'hose No.8 variety and give you lower prices that
YAtRDS;MCRR.,t'hose No. 51. An examtination of our stock doi
MRS. AflNI ARD FOSTER'S Vamp Business is wcrtli somethinig.
School of Dancing and Delsarte. ID-E
aSatdasy, 10a. to, Getntleman beginecuclss. 44 South Main Street.
,-arday, 4 p. et , La.dy begitescclass. -

a lamp? We cat showisvyott a great
n any hiouse iii this matrket.
inonistrates that it conitains tile best
irty-thiree years experietice in the
Bity of as aiid get the benefit of it.
!J N & CO2ME'ANY~.

I

tttondoy., r:3(0 p. to., Adivattced Class (Ladtes'
ttd esttlee).
Tuesday, 7:30 p. in., Beginters Cass (Latdies
tstd Gettlemen).
Private lessos..by tppointmentt.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST.
BOOKS.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
ni cat rate prices at the
STATE STREET.
Ma'rgains in Stationery and Tote
Books. special reduotiono this week
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments.
We have the host.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
.gymnasium. Come and see us. We
atea the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & C01,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus adFrofits, $d,00.
Transacts a general bashing basiness.
Foreiga eschages bought andsld. Furnisht
letters of credit.
F. BACH, Fret. 5. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
_22 Years in the Businss -l'
,CITY LAUNDRY,
:"k. NX. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
Miss Hattie Long,
~Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69 Miller-ave., Ass Arbor, Mich.

yr
Jas. J.
ing Yale.
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at Decatt
Doni C.
la tsvlC
The hai
dlaily ope:
R. A. l1
practice o
Itelenr
of the Yr
H. L.
large prat
Etta L.
ini tileliii
Geo. A,
practicinl
Oils.
D. Do:
flisesislile
Mlass.
The poi
he given
night.
A dres
dlay takir
"gym" st
The Y.
meeting
p. is. A
invited.
A. G.]I
naked foi
Repuhica
in North
Mr. L}
'Mechianic
tion on
begin Vo

NIVERBITY NOTES. Wvilt. (..ttRamsey, '194 law, has just5
coeoesffvictorious iii ai noted sriinals
Sheridan, l94 ILaw, is attenid- case inKenuchey, in witich he wass
(emloyedI by theuefese.
itecco, 'S85 medic, is practicinig Prof. Demnmion lecturced hefore the
ir, Ala. Enigineerting Society last night on "A
Corhett, '85 lit, is practicing Territoriail Bounidary Survey." -Next
arion, Penn. Fridany eventing Prof. iteedtillviispea1k
nd0 at Lelatnd Stanford ivson~ "Methods of Rtating Stamndard fn-
ii air concerts.inFok.
[e~onel, '4 lw. lsa god Irof. Bogle, ,yesterdaly, met oil the
it t~kaliomaCity. senior lawvs who wecre not classifled for
\. tle, 94lit i pnecpkrsspractice court work and finished the
silani hih scool. grouping. If tiny seiniors inave been
Ambrose, 't69 medic, has IS
ietic at urdy Mo. inadvertently omitted from the elassi-
Iinoivls, SS it, s tach l fcation obey xiii please respot the
Knovle, 'S lt, s tachngomissions to tine clerk.
tli schiool at St. Joseph, Mo.
Katzenherger,'90loin, is A chapter of Delta Della. Delta was
ghis profession at Greenville. instituted in Ann Arhor on 'Thursday
night with 1l members, by Mrs.
Snoyers, '4 medic, has a ltriddy and Miss Rhoick, of Adrian.
igbusiness at Fall River, Michn. Tine initiation anti banquiet
wvas held at the residence of Capt. and
)stponod faculty concert still M~rs. Danforthi, No. 2 Oakland ave.
at the School of Music to- Mr. Suniderland's msorning subject
next Sunday at the Unitarian church
;smakec is at gymnasium to- wiii be "A Living Church for Living
ng mneasurements for the girls Mebn." Mrs Sunderland's Bible Clas
ilts. subject in the evening wiii be, "The
W I. C. T. U. girls hold a Pessimism of Schopeuianer and von
in Newberry hail today at ItHartmlann, and Its Influence upon Re-
11I friends of temperance arc ligious Thought."
The Ctllege tRepuhlican, theo official
Burr, '94 lawv, has been nomti- organ of the Republican League, has
rprosecuting attorney on theo appeared in its first garb. Its aim
.an ticket in Iis home county is to promote Republican principles
Dakota. amuoug college men. It in edited by
luau's section in Asdvanced a board chosen from the different
es took their final examina- colleges. The November number con-
Vol 1 yesterday. 'They will talus a photograph of President Cox.
sA 2 Monday. The subscription price is $1 per year.

SrTO.RE
46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6S. plain st., and State st., cor-
ner of William 'st., save a
comuplote stock of
LJNIV[BSI1'Y1EITDOORS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Suplies
Fine Stationery, Spurting Goods, e , whichs
they offer at the Loweest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cur. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Protp.
Bonarders Wvted,
Corner Washington st., atnd
Ashley st.
]Rates $2 and $3..
t'.1=11_10t-NF 123._
,ZL.STA3E3LLEH,
PROPRIETOR.
G. H. WILD
WHE LEAOING TAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any seleco-
tion you are looking for.
AW COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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