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November 07, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY. I

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CRANDALL TYPEWRITER
ZF0IR->E] $50_
Tie oni~ly 1gi Gh0rdeMachine on the
Marke t scld atiatresioabiePicer.
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
53 E°b1afiinnton st. Ann Arbor, Mich.
A FLAG PINS $1.5011

F. C. STEBBINS,
[H 11525DHM
Is selling couonflhooks good
for $3 for $2. 50.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Q24 E. \Vti l.iAM TSTR.EET.

T14M NEW
DCCCI DEN-TAL,
YPSILANTI, MICH.
SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK,
studentis ad cities hould make tis
thir hedquarters wile in Ypsilanti, aid I
assue them they wil11fid me, i-s ever,
Mtot cordilly,
W. H. LEWIS, Prop.

liii SIMPLLEX R IUTR, EMIL DREFS,
A newvinvent1in for duplicatingTh tilfs WT 1
copies of writings and drawvir gs. TIhSid11 kkllat
Beseferencesepossiblein EuropeNewr York
Crty, Ci cao and Ann Acher:
64 .S tate st.Come anderetes.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK

Yellow and Blue But-W;__
tone 60e.
With U. of M. or the from an origiesi, oo ortinaory paper wish
any pen. 000 copies coo be wade. kifty
year 75c. copies of typewriter manuosceipts orodueed
_ _ ti ocinotes. Setdfor circuarsand sampr.5
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler, of wYork. AGENT$ WANTEFD.
LAWTON & CO.,
5 0iib A 20 Vesey St., New York
I . LAMPS ! LANV
* ORIDERIYOt1iR COAL 01
Mrie: tW.a-hE tn e he'ro variety nd giste.ulowerpriest
OFIC:S1T~a-hngonstL'oe N. s aety no iste. Doyoul oncst
Ynsrrns: Al. C. RI.iR., 'Pihone No. 51 An exarmination of our stock do
________________________and most improved lamp made. Tl
MRS. ANNIE WBARD FOSTER'S Lamp Boiness is wcrth something.
School of Dancing and Delsarte. JDLE
Saturdlay, 10 am., Gentlemat beinera clase. 44 South Main Street.
Saturday, 4 p.,in., Ladly beginnere class.
Erred-a1.:3t p. m., Advaned Ctase (Ladies' UNERTY OES
aendOrentlemen).UNVRIY OTS
Tussay, 7:Wts in., tBesianers Clase (Ladies
arl Gentiemen).
Priveaiteessons eby appoeintmenct. For the f irsttitte in peyers tVnttle-
SCHOOL, 46 S. STrATE ST. now counity ivan carried by tire Repub-
______ C. A. Thtoncas, '93 lit, ts coachting the
--- -- --- -football teatmi of Doane College tt
Second Hand Books, ('rete, Nebi.
Voilege Text Books, John Arthur Vatrorsdale, '91 litt, arid
Laaw Books, '92 law, is praticinrgltis Irofession ini
Medical Books, Denvt'r, Col. Po.Tubodscaswl tg h
Prof.cruebrod'e hiicesll stgetth
at ciirot prcesat iii quarrel secrit between Brutus rnd
m~~six:~esCassiu onetttwecic.
STUD NTS 110 KST R~l D.toppe, '93 lit. whro tas beent it
STATE STREET. ~the sc itfrteps ek a

Sarplaa, $150,000t.
Org'aizmedarndertiheGeneral BarsinLaWSs
of this Sicate. Rceives deposita, ibsys ald
Iels excehange' on tic,' irincipal cities o(f tihe
iUritesd Stastes. tirafte eashced upon ro oper
idettiic aioar. Safety deposit hoses to renrt.
Opeerceins:Chreistiani it ack, t'ees.;it. 1).
ticrri sic. Vice-lies.; Chacs. F. tlieooak,
OCrshier;At. J.tFit,ssitanitiasie.
The Daily $2.50 a year.

SchalIer's Bookstore.
Formerly with George Wahr, i9
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SOHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one hlock
east of Main st.
tiA. E. MUMMERY'S,
S The largest bottle
Uof TOOTH POWDER
oith ciyfr2cyumoebakif not perfectly satis- o
~~factory at
S NEW DRUG STORE.
HALL[R'S ~JEW[LRY
STO:HE
46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. 'Aain St., and State St., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
VNIV[BSI1Y I[UT Books
New and Second Hand.
Note Bookss aed other Studerrts' Supplies
Flee Stationery, Spurting Goods, etc , wich
mLrry offar at the Lowest Prices.
Call and sene ue before purchaeing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY TH0E
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Coe. State and Liberty sts.
EDWAED LEWIS, Prep.
Boarders Wanted.
THE

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LAMPS!

La lantip? We can show you a great
an any house itt this nrket.
rnornteaten fliat it contairts the best
'irty-three yealrs experietice irs the
Buy of its arid get the benefit oif it.
.A.N &zQQO.IAN Y.
The ruior lawis swili be quizzed on
"F~ixtuesnrd Rasemtents" nettveek.
Prof. D'Ooge will spt'ak it 'osy-
bterry boll nist Surndary miornintgtt
9:1,.
'[ho' money rained by the entertin-
monts of the oratorical associattiont
vill be used in the publicaition of thre
winning orations of previous corntests.
Decan Knowlton ban announced that
thte junior lav meetings will be psnt-
poned until tontorrow. 1k in probable
that isnoimeting xvilhi' held bifoe
Friday night.
Northwestern University has din-
handed hrer. football teamrarid all
dotes are now cancelled. Last Satur-

'Bargiains in Stationery and Note
Books. Special reductions this week
on K.'& E.'s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALDINg'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
;gymnasium. Come and see us. We
:am the largest dealers in the city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
e~apitai. $10tt00. Surplus and Profits, $40000.
Transacts a general bunking businmss.
Fareiga exchanges bought andusold. Furnish
fetters of cedit.
P. BACH.Preas. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
.22 Yearn in the Busines..1i4
CITY LAUNDRY,
X. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
Miss Hattie Long,
(fluitar, Mandolin ,and Banjo,
69 Miller ave., Ann Arbsr, Mrich.

resuimedtisbinstudies.
Prof. Itetoll dismcissed his class ins
Anglo Saxoit yesterday, to give theim
an opportunity to vote.
Michrigan went Republican yesterday
by a very large majority, Rich receiv-
ing a plurality of 75,000.
The p. g. latw-svill bold an elect'on
of officers at J o'clock this afternoon
in room 12, law builing.
WX. W. Wedemeye, '95 lawt, delizvee-
ed a rosing speechl before the young
men's Republican club in Ypsilanti
Monday night.
Arthrur K. Kent, special lit, wits has
been teaching i4 Spring Valley, Minn.,
has returned and will resume bis evork
in the University.
The junior and senior la-w football
teams arc practicing hard for Thturs-
day's game arod each side in equally
confident of winning.
I3. A. Willianms, '94 lit, who is at-
tending the New York Art Institute,
has been elected -a member of tihe
Interstate Reporters Association.

I

Is a t1

tdy she wan defeated by Illinos to theArri'n H ie
tune of 66 to0.niiiai w u
Thte Cardinal states that H. V. IHol-

lister, last year '95 la-t and icer
on thte University baseball learn, did
bty far the biest work for Beloit in lire
Beloit-Woisconsin game Saturday'.
Maity of time orations for the pre-
liminary content, to take place in Feb-
ruary, are already comumenced rood a
fe-t are completed. Several coeds -tvill~
take part in the contest thin year.
The Yale-Princeton football ganme on
'Thanksgiving day will in all pirobabil-
ity be played at Beekely Oval, and
$10,000 woill he expended in putting
ite grounds in condition for the game.
Prof. Lomtbard lectures at tire School
of Music this afternoon at 4 ociock on
"The Physiology of the Voice." This.
lecture, like all the School of Music
entertainments, except the faculty con-
certs, is open to the general pubiic free
of charge.

Corner Washington st., and
Ashley st.
Ra tes $2 and $3.
'PHEON'E I123.
M. STAM3LERg
PRtOPIETOR.
G. H1. WILD
IHE [EADING JAILOB
Has thn newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stork in the
city. You can get any sealec-
lion you are looking for.
WO"OME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Mainb st.

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