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October 02, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-02

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

THZ-3:El
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER

F. 0. STEBBINS,
BIAOLU % 1 INUMAN
Will call for and deliver work
promptly.

THZE EW Schar's B store
0CC IDENTAL omiywtGereWh,1
YPSILANTI, MICH. everything a. Student needs in the

SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK,

SAISFCION GARN TEE. Sudeted citzesashould make thes
their headquat ers.while in Ypsilant, ad I
asre themtheyswill fidmeasever
2W,2,1-5. STA~TE.S'TRiE ET. tot tordially,
W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS1

Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SOHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.

"F ICE $50_
'The -oniy High grade Machinero th
Market sold at a Sreaaona se Price.
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
I3FEWashin oost., Ann Arbor, Mobc.
FLAG PINS $1.50.
r Yellow and Blue But-
tons 6cr.
With U. of M. or the
year 75e.
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
lih iGlossa ad Damestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
'23tOUT ttJlIFOtIRTt-tAVENI7E.
The Daily is edited, pub-
lished and supported by the
students.
BOOKS.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at the
STiUENTSBOOSTORE,
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
"Books. Kpecial reduction, this week
=on K. & E s Drawing Instruments.
We have the best.
SPALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Come and see us. We
are the largest dealers in kte city
and our prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO11
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
MUSICAL GOODS
AT TilE
SIAT[ STREEI MUSIC STORE
Cheaper titan anywhere aloe in
the Country.
FINEST RESTAURANT
is Ass Arbor is
c3-IASE R'S_
Giveeitbatrtal. 2 E.iHurontst.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,)
'17. OF M. TALO~L
Latest ad beat stytes of Foreignanttd tie-
utete Wootens. Firstotlas fit adfCrsbttlas
week guarsanteed. Gl'eating, ,pressting sod
.repairig seatly dose.
48 S. stabests., Second Floar, Ann Arbor.

TiYdTE THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK a A. E. MUMMERY'S,
ELIE DNIN PA LO Arn aborAsItt1 blqt)o00isoct.. 50,Ott. KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
ELIE DNIG PRL R(, tisedaunetttttGeeralOBatsttsLatwsa 4.
ofthlis a te. beceivts dettsts, buys atdtt AND CLEAN.
Cosr. State anti Liberty s. selts escha-e on tihe principtal cities afthbe o
blotted Sltesa. It rts aosted spot protter Q We will help yout with .
EbiwttDLfi IIS, Free. idettiicattittttSafetydepsait boxes to rest.
itoatetersa'anted. tirtts, iristiss block, Pica.; w. tt. ; Ii er
Cashier;____AL_.__.___1_____,_Aslotat.Cia i 0 sNi
To keep posted, read the (ater6i. rt SsClti(sate. ohst), rio or
Daily. Edition today 3,000. 0lhr uIUO iles
LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS ! FINE TOILET SOAPS
AND SPONGES.
Make n~o mistake. D~o yoti want a laisp? We etitt isv you a gretlW -
variety aitd give you lower prices thtait ciy house isntis mtarket. W*RU-SOR
Au examination of our stock demotistrates thtat it eotaitis thte best
iatd iiost imnproved lamp iiade. Thirty-thtree years experienicein ith lbfI,
Latmp Businsess is wcrthi something. Buty of noiaitni get the ltcittfit of it. IILEn.~ JEW [[BRY
44South Main Street.^ ..- O I IIA 'Y TO.R FE
UNIVERSITY NOTES. J. I. ?Miller taid A. S. Warnecr, '95 40 5. MAI STREET.
mtedics, tre isntie Norilhaaeste'rn Uni- -V 7'JVT R_.. 3tTItXSJ
hiss Igose Cranstoii, special lita' i'tst t 'icgjtrFRTCASCSO ALRN
teaching at Constantine. Frt rtiili'tr' t ie ISTtCLASS CTOM lTsAtLOIN
Jaints Eilt, forimerly with '95 lit,Itss it"Pleaditig tCorPraticeoftSttat antbtillat.,
ha~s e'ntt'red tihe law tdetpartmnent. 2 oclock this afttrnoon. MOORE & WETMORE
Jran te ss, H lwstitarcin rtid' 'Olatisti'tt S. Main st., aiid State at., cor-
.Itlb'Isblis Ias-es o ths cty. pubtlictan ctainiidtie for tcunty judge' nor of 'William at., have a
b'. WV. Blake, '94 ideitt, btas opetned ~(irsit 'tllbIl complete stock of
an office over Brown's drug store. ., '9liiittrtriiJN/BSIY [I
(Operating chairs are to be aissignled Algebra intd Laboratory Physics iniUUI'
tt btesnir etsat2p.in isti. the Detroit high schiooil. New and Second Hand.
L,. C. bMartiin, formserly with '905, is bliss Aisgell, '951 itedic, avill finishi Mt tssodake bdos spis
hack again 1o collegt', a junior ltaw. her itedical totiise ini the Yt'otitn's Nine Stationery, OSortinaGottds, etc , wich
Ht. P. O'Connor, '95 dent, has enter- Medical Collt'ge of Chicago. thtey otter at the Lttwest Prices,
i'd thte senior class of Hlarvard denital Di'. Dorraitce has sufficiently recov- Call and see-us before purchasing.
school. Breid trout his illness to resume his iorl19ICC-A.C 'JtlT
Dave Liclity, instrtictor in iCutmis- duties iii the Denttal department. BILLIARDS AND POOL.
try, was mtarriedl turiiig the stumiser Etlson Sutiderland, '96h lit, has bieit Choicest Line of Cigars and Tobaccos.
vacation. ~teatching htistory in the Aini Arbor No- .Mi tet
E. J. Ottoway, '94 lit, aiti last year high school during te past moniti. pf3j

ini the city.
Ceo. W1. Kenson, '94 dent, is at pres-
ent practicing at his houme ins Alma
Ceiiter, Wis.
Prof. Knowltoni delivered the open-
ing lectture ts the junior lawvs yester-
tdty afterisoon.
Paul Day, '95 medic, has entered
the University of Pennsylvania for
his senior year.
C. L. Meader, formerly instructor in
L~atin at the University, was married'
during dhe sunmmer to hbiss Yirginia
Farmner, '92 lit, and who line been
taking post graduate work.
The Young lien's club of the Con-
gregational church of Ann Arbor was
organized last night in their church
tarlors, with 25 charter members.
The folloiog officers were elected:
John E. Travis. pros,; Pror. It. Kempf,
vice pros.; Winl. Sturgeon, see.; It. A.
Williamis, treas. All young iieit not
identified with other churches are in-
vited to attend and will be nmade wel-

J. W. Dasef, '95 lit, has received
the nomination for county clerk oii
te Republicatn ticket in Diontealin
C'ounty.
The recitations ot the juniior lawx
class in Bltackstoite under tProf.
Ktnowvltoni tommitence next btondaiy
itoring.
Dr. Dunn, '90 medic, assistant last
year to Dr. Naiscrede, leaves the last
iftte wcseeko for Ashville, N. C., where
he has a piositioin in the Winyahi Sail-
itarisum with Dr. VounEttck.
Lee, capttain and second base on the
Oberlin nitie aitd halt-back oit the
eleven, has entered the medical dIc-
pairtmtent. Hte vill not, hiowever, be a
candidate for the football team.
It has not yet been decided wchat
hours will be sct aside for ladies in,
the gymnilasitum. Stich tmatters will
come ttp at kte teetiiig of the sentet
next blonday evenintg. It can, how'-
ever, ho aniiouitcediioavthat for Iti
year at letist, gynasiumn work will
not be compulsory for entering classes.

Corner Washington St., aitd
Ashley at.
Rate. $2 and $3.
'IC'ICEOI I1123.-
W. ST.&E3LEn,
PRiOPIPTE OR.
G. Hl. WILD
THE L[ADING IAILOR
Has thue new-eat Fall and Winter
Woolens aind largest stock in the
city. Yon can get any selec-
tion yon are looking for.
;"~COMVE AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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