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November 06, 1894 - Image 4

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THE UT. (O1 M. DAILY.

I I

CRANDALL TYPEWRITER

F. C. STEBBINS,

ยข[L-DINS A VINOYMAN
Islclin,. couoI)ii hooks good
- f for $3 for $2. 50.
r Jy ATISFACTION QUARANTEEI
'24 l'. XvI1 1 i gal R-iTi
'ilie onlty High Grade Minteon sthe
MresodaaKe ,nbe rie "IPE PRSimple; Durable; Writing in Sight; A tewl itietlon fot duplicatini
Pertmanent Alignment; Instantly Copies of wr itiugs aiid dratwit gs.
Changeable Type.

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J. S. PEARL, Agent, I
G3ti X toiie ton '. Ass ArbotMih. -
FLAG PINS $,10. _ i fh
Yellow and Blue But- - -
tons60c. t tmnotsseri'tinal anorinarey paer witth
With U. of X. or the 'tay pet,'100Xcoisnibtieititde. titty
year 75c. copioftypeewritetrtmanuscripts te'ed
inl iotes. en reei l andtssamplesiit
--. ot wonrk. GElNTSi IAN tI t
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. LAWTON & CO.,
11ke A L20 Vestv St., New ork
LAMPS! LAMV
M_ I.Sr'7iE'.A Z ,I.DER variety and give You lower prices tho
OFtttFICE: 1W~-tttntto t., 'Ph~otneNo. 8
I at tvo . .It., 'thote No. 5t. An examtinatioti of oar stock de
ande most imipttoved lamp made. I
M-RS. ANNIE WARD FOSTE'S Lamp Btusintess is wcrtli some thig
School of Dancing and Delsarts. :D F
Stuerday, 10 a. to., Gentlemoat betit eselss. 44 South Main Street.
sSattteoy, 4t. it.,i Lttytteointters tas.-
Monsdaty, 7:30p.tt., Advanced Clasis(Ladies' UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Tutestay,7:.t0 t. int., Binre- tslas iLadis
SCHOOL,. 46 S. STATrE ST. campultis.
B O O SWoti. Codoti, '3 tdent, is praticing
InistrstutrHhittes' ottice ttttr is
Second Hand Books, froi 1:30 to 2 o'clock each day.
College Text Books, Niniety'-seven will Bldt a Bitt.ol tet-
itog intshie echtpel thtis afteonttt.
Law Books, . E . Miler, '94i lit, is teaching itin
Medical Books, anti Greek at "Motunt "Morris, 1ll.
at cut rate prices at lte T. Palmter, '93 law, is inite loll
'everal mtotions I-ereargih',l before
U9Jl~llIl Prof. Bogle intshlelpratctice court ye-s-
STATE STREE'T.
terdaty.
Bargains ini Statiotiery anid Note Ala-nubro ,idlshv
Books. special reductions this week A btr'itittro tt'isltl
on K. & Es Drawing Instruments, gone home teotdty for llth ttrltose' of
W~e have tlte best. votintg.
S PALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING Alfred C'.-Marshal, '93 lit, is wvorkitig
amnd Sporting Goods for tihe ne in the -Municiptal' Lighititig Plant at

THE EV Schale's 6Booktuo
OCCIDENIAL Formerly with George Wahr, 19
. Washington st. Headquarters for
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a Student needs in the
_lineo Tet-Books, Stationery and
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in general.
itd'tt ttt -I MARTIN SCHALLER,
thi edcue , hl n i;eer ei~net rrelzest I ' " 1ti THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
Motto rditltug 9 . Washington st., one block
W H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
EMIL DREFS, v A. E. MUMMERY'S,
-Jb The iiU , $11 r' largest bottle
test rferrettes tposible itt Iiuroe, N "t orktt. of TOOTH POWDER
City,iitittleatutttdiAnnsArbie
Sl~t Ottet. , Sin the city for 25c o
G4 S St~~tc:r ~ itme -id e t s.1
o and your money back 5u
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK b S
Iteccrocit' factory at
oftis hslt s ititirot 46 5.MAINaTREET
1unotetes t htitDc t toa tit r~nop eriWit ___._______ _ .._____________
llett fittitiSaely et the bent-to if t E R GS O E
Or r~tcricS. Ihlaiti it.,laamod Stale:it., cite-
OAshe I . & Fitz r tissxICsr i Y tiro ilim i.,hv
Thle Daltilit tylr.0 XIa liyear . Ii I S f [YT I M~
tgi rt h ue i this Itti rt oiti6itS. i MAttti I Nt'y S TREs tdET. tiii
montiteyeottertittthentains-thetricto.
Two the ealItirsxpeieceithi-I al adseOuR E forWETMuRchsig
}aty ftke n e trter'gtnri ittg oXt f itii ~ Y Tl
'flit'~~ S. ('ai.nIstt.,land t'taoettsti, DININ
is oti. CO M P deFts(il lrro D Yti-.I nCr oStatelandstLiheityit
lii'ta t rinci '9l ito f isc ools t1ll Ots ~ 1 IIE
titetrow alri toom i n4 ihomelo n e-I i- eSainrSotn odecNh
tihlyat hi atleichiee offertheLwetries
'd'ly mrix nt tiott. ft li onrH
dtos'Detmo i stiipersthei i ng Clladit u efr ithaig
gileli adt Jura , ol ave3. ciitorctti FO WashingtonAS t.,EAmid
h. fakorort ilrectare Otn Ite mlt AT YiT.E
Dh a tA of theTEConfederacy."
T he S.it.tiorB"laseatilforh 'tetbr
iegs ft rtesient iehritt elos F Cr.)SateF nd Lber123,
tiheshimRelartin s t.trtts be li
The it9Ivandthe8best fqoibleamshed ~ STEL~
wiml ie iii or aepnraltlicte ~ e mito-
'rlyt ttera stticfeltd tei. tsms
m etenerainfernt onftrthe S -{n-.II.iIi
leue. he oit c iarasedregrd
ins ethe edissolut tio otenopoariTll Ebli
oganiatuordaySamNrayv. smm1dietilnLLliIIJoIALO
HasythefnewestFalleandrWinte
not taenjunior climtte.N bu- Wnsadlargestd stock in th7e
messi 'au atrasaceteda , n na- ctyhoea etayshc
sora int was ta eat ou settingld . thuyuae looinfr
theetingcofsteynfetnoo ert heng. It isD
probbethat aicaluIionlf heiseforry THE ANDSEEIUS.
aotr ne waketn withtwe ek. t 2ing Waionto at.,ookneafr.Mi t

gymonasiunm. Come and see us. We
am e time largest dealers in thec city
and our-prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO19
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBEOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000.iSerplus aid Prefitsi, $40,001.
Transacets a geineral banintig business.
Fqreigs exchamiges bought aid sold. Fiurtish

Detroit.
Miss Lonla Soutthiiaytd, '93 lit, is
teaching schtol Ailligeod succtess it
Ishipemting, Miichi.
The Wisconsin Cardinal liai resorted
to fashion motes as a mneatis of finling
out thirm coltimmns.
Ninde, substitute ott the 'Varsityt
leant, lasS:formerly a mietmher of lHar-
yard's boat crelv.

letters of credit. A. B. Connable, '9I lit, liai entered
P. BACH, hires, . SIV. CLARKSON, Cashier. Nrhvsen Utvriy lhr t
22 Years in the Business-' wIlill take up the study of lawv.
ITV lanager Hardy, of the '98 football
CIT LA NDR , tamhas arranged a ganoe vith the
Normal reserves at Ypsilanti ntext Sat-
M . X. SEA"OLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave. unlay.
Miss Hattie Long, The text-book on "Pleadimg'for the
TEACER junior laws has not been definitely
Gu~itar, Mandolin -and Banjos selected, hut it Iwill ho anntomunceeint
eA Mler ave., Ass Arbor, Sich. a short time.

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