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November 14, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-14

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THlE U. OF M. DAILY.

rT1TTPiF. C. STEBBINS, TH W
CRNDALLTYPEWRITER lI
BHA[[%IINDKMAN II6
YPSILANTI, MICH.
1h ttllirng cotilwii booke good
fo lfor 'SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK.
f :a, ? teu d (an itizes ittsh ti m il ae thies
ITSFACTION GUARANTEED hirit ttadqeuitetewit Xe iip titt itidI
= , . 1 t-I 1. 1A M l a: I u'c :'. W. H. LEWTIS, P'op.
.3"g i.TLiT 0_ ! s .wrrsenu wa ssq

SchIIr'._Baostore
S 'h le ' .,ormerly with George W a hir, 19
E. Washingston st. Headquarters for
everything a. Student needs in the
lite of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLJER,
THE DDWN-TOWN BOOKSELLEFR,
1t) E.Washing~ton st., one titock
east of Main st.

h ';.d fI;: r. THE S LE H TR MI YEFA
"ilet s nt li tnt an zruilbeir tty op isrtiD ad -ti-t-s I' -LIIUII--illhIII
Cli e Type. " ~~~~~~~~~of TOOTH POWDEiRButr rne obeilEop,1'.1or ;W3
C4 . Ch c j, a d d n r o.S . P E A R L I A g n t, tItj iii ei n ih e ity Ao 2 5tiU
$1~ H N RO AIG AK and your money back t
jit c oe ite tt~iii iii SCatital Stoc ,0o0. (.Sif not perfectly satis-
yenas'ti ttyintor. ittytttlii iitttiC tiotiistJ factory at
With U.ti'X. ci f- Ci te mly pitt.tilt ettik ttt eti 1;mi do.tu ift t al; xh a ii rth rniplete: f
y iiiu tF'senlf 55 A l ~ lldatpe. inificaitution. ttcst boxetoi e nt. i , NEW DRUG STORE.
20Vee7S t Ik The Daily $2.50 a year. U ILU +~I
fLAMPS'! LAMPS! LAMP I ! lLLIS I [L'Y
GI7J Tj~L IFIR. Makte n iste. go liiingscansttsa ltaimp? Wi- canstowslies to reaht ii S'Q aEi~
y fre: r .iG hn - nt.'bon lv i t l els gie '-ott 'loertpirices ts ianiy Iheuse inithis niarket.
5 t ti i.,''ii te Si.;ii. Ai etxamnitioii of otir stock tiemitt'es tt it conitains til.titeest 46 S. MAIN STREET.
Landtimnst imto tvedit aio isade. Thirty-three veassexpserience iiilit
MR1 :ANNIE WARD FOSTER'5 Lamp Business is svt rtstieititg. cyu of Its andi get the bestsfit toi it. MVOORE & WETMOREi
is, S laintst., andtlState st., ecor-
Scooef -dsnting sond Detusarte. _D _E], _3 & COOI--- A - Y ier 1of)1William st., have a
Stuiesiy, M..ii, ii, frin bt, Seutttels;. 1 44 Soth Main Street. cottplete stock of
< So :trttc, t cltlihed t t r5 ies' UNIVERSITY NOTES. is'I'le titieu t ig0Iit I 0 [O. NIV SIIY T[ B
!r .lt,tetut ;b pitmenitttrilemtodytThs lica)i~~ie~ 1ey'
l'etetueiessiitt1-, 46 ttS.t i iTE ST. itths'iiliiit,'ii-sitirtitttiiitiiti a Yi i ii New and Second Hand.
S-I--COL 46E 1T nL ~di ttiit t lt it to e'tftt'I1). lt' iii ti i inste.adt~ii i tt eiBooksas te t e nts l' Sisipiit
today " t'tittii'. Pintat inet r tiy. Sporting.Gooeds. etci' h
Sof -ttfiltit'it'is i tiit tody5 it C. I1.Albes. (t'31i a ~t itt tey esfee at the tLowest Prices.
' T ecticsiereciu tit t co t tttissiitlerems lit . It. Call and see sebefore purchasing.
Second Hand+Books, deorgis ItuyssiIll Barker, '98l li, hst ui~itm icket at (tett Paoid oitis. O IS LS EL
Cllege'Text Books, itien eleeted to tliotA'ieikiletioari. B Ii.. bty.1,0)00 plutraility. TRY THlE
BosS. HSIllssvsrti, i te r gettesit SB sksItitisot as yet loe def-liiteby elatedELT 0
-LwMedical Books, i etiting sitWieldy at Li.litlit, l' iy. t-it Sitegymiinstisitwill bhi.'tit- EIEa trt rcsa h IN~I NG P ARLUOR
at tl It~ i ctsatli Ftssweaters foite i''9i" fotbatltl pleted ttid readty ftrusoi~, hot it wilt Cor. State and Liberty sts.
leans lwill be ready i'for tt'titheal1 1rP ieiprbabily be ~somtllitte next Nweelt. IEDWAERDLLEWIS. I rop.
t{I R N F 1tBOO(S rIi1j tdny. D1. FWilcox leithSie S. C. A. mt- Ou ir ~tl
1)lie. W hinltilg litis list beent'iipil in~ilt imtlttst t'veltiig ill st'e week of yrtitv . Jl

STATE STREET.
Ilargicino in Statioitery anti Note
Iloeks. i;iccisl reductioms thtis wveek
orn K.Es Drawing Instruments.
We h lave the best.
'uPALDINC''SATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting -Goods for tlte ne'w
gyomnasiumtt. Come antt see us. We
stue the 'largest dealers in the city
and fxur prices are the lowest.
IS.HE-EHAN & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
,OF5 ANN ARBOR.
Or'gaizieedIlet.
K;apitol, Ii15,OOO.Surittlusdl'ccis, X1,t)). t
'imea sueteia getneraobanokitigbustiess.
'Lte, Os I I it..
/?. B3ACII, lees. S.5 't CLARKStON, Cashier.
wmiss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin, and Banjo,
lii Miller ave., Anti Arbor, Michel.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS
On tW tches. Jewelry, IDiansondsad chattel
mortgagesasnoislateral. Diamonidesbought
aed sold. 'Watettes tied Jewelry nicely re-
paire:d..Office nt my residence, 331:. Liberty
st..city. flours: 8 to lteam., i toe3and ?t
s-J. C. WATTS.

eit assistant itt thu tltltopietttig tfrot'llettgte series, Ittaig Citehis sub-
ro0oms. jes, "'T'e Stunseit intthelIi'lltiversity."

Rthetoricsrre studiyintg Stitthemtods of
tiroof c'or''ctiont.
(Grandl Ratpids lhight schlt leventi
Taitk}ivimsg dtay.
Abont 125, -seni~ tio s i tus futr
caitillledat te' ei'tstra'tis' stli- nde
looked 11ip their ercitt.
A ltsW Japamnesestudnet, Jiasutetlo
Mlayanin., front liteettituld, Japanli, huts
just entered 11tthe s'awduepartmenelt.
A clnb, unde'r the 'directisin of Dr.
C. H. (Cooky, swill lie'formedeilsotntu
the graduate studentis iin sociology.
Those wishting 'SI7 ettss caines will

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'iork hlis begtiuu iiCltthe ttampst
connt th te dt' ,larsge cisternss hgN
stsit'u'tiuieitfi t t t rsutppleiicutse of
firt'.

Corner Washington st., atnd
Ashlevr st

15. N.Itik, w'is-itseoireduthlie jitti
lails tthbeginn~inig of te ar', Ba Les $2 an d a$3.
has posotso5Stpokane PFalls, NashI., t Clii7 a
I-P3ODT:BI123.
versity.
Mirs. Dr.l'. 5 1. lurtlig. wto is Wiell 2.S A M n
knowtot' mangy11111)ofSt'estiideints, lies ~ SIA 3 a
gonolto tMilwaunkee, 'iis.,for a lttree PROPRIEtTOR.
II. J. Itillitee. G. II W ILD
Tse Adetlpliiis atielenslgagedl in

find onie of the cetiistetein 1111'in p lrteparinig its mnewi''hasll fur occupancy.
hall, Wednesday indtlnltssit tfter- ('htairs that'e beeitpurchaisedt, andthelt
110015of tis 'ielt, bet1s't't'i 4 hltf titudres lindtistatuiary'of Itme society
piast. tir' being pla~cedin pl osition. Thte first
Thtere swl iill ll I imptlrtat m eeuitingm eesuittintg iniAdelphui hall swill be hldi
of the tAare sandllounmtdlclili this af- rnewt Fridtay eviening, tod a special
ternoont ill romt3 at 4 o'cloek. The tproigraim has bemt' arran~ged. The nesw
committee appeint~ed to adotI a con- hall is in roonm N, formerly P'rof.
atitullon wilt report. Ado ns' lecture roont,

JV[I LEADING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens amid largest stock in the
city. You can get army selec-
tion you are looking for.
LtN'COME AND SEE US.
2,E. Washington st., near' Main St.

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