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November 15, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-11-15

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THE L~ . OF IN. DAILY.
CR F. C. STEBBINS, THE NEW SGhIITrs l otie
NOALLTYPEW ITER4OCC uuiiAL ,Formerly with George Wahr 1
I YPSIL ANI, M I~ff. everything a. Stuident neesith
t , I .elliiig C0ili)tiliooks (god line of lext-Books, Stationeryand
for ' ;ford >. 0. f iclaeu SUNDfAY DINNERS AT5 O'CLOCK. Miscellaneous Stock in generali
-d rSATISFACTION (GUARANTEED the~ ir edua swiin 1 pilant ii ndTHE OWNTON OKSLL
tieIi iiiiiiiI iiiy' 1.9 E.Washingtoii st., one blon
"1I.Xi~~i~ ~diT W. H. LEWIS, Prop. east of :Main st.
_$ " DROP IN AND LOOK AT EM ILDRFAE.UM RYS
____ THE WHITELY EXERCISER,-i
Siml- 'Durabln; Writing in Sight; Itihas nie(111,1 outsie of a1ompletenym-lt i Thlrg stbotl
emrh tAliguraent, Instantly e~jiui faexrlrtbaoil teii ja 11k he lfilust e he largestt botlle
Changeable'Type. nilistieeCfrom tri o l lIe. niioredby theOfT THPWE
PEAL, gen, ea{d! ibrtheesof tie (day. All pale ~ric oes~trerfereeiposile illEuope, Ne ' YbI f TOTEPO DE
J. S. P A LA en ,u ie frt F'a earClle forcaliloee . ICity, I bii1 goend Asn Arbior.
rendAiiAbrIorli sa le by R. .. ]BLOUNT. 14 N. in the ct for 25c, .1
ton _4t.,_Aa __Arbor, i< ii Ig~ ll St.,AiiiiArbor. 6Il. State st. Coiia d eie . city
.eP""en LR iS 1 I.5O.z"i-'d ntb So THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK 1 and your money back
YelowandBle- Bt-STEAM LAUNDRY CO. AnAlo e.ieiii el$y~. . foperfectlysatis
Yelw ad1leB t s1 epnnlm. 51 ,txio
.tons 60c. 11l iss and Domiile stic in si oize und iierilie eOneea bl li. aw ffactory at
With U. of M. or the - -selils ercbilie ontilbe pe nil iie s ifleli'
year T5e. E. S. SERVISS, Manager, Uinite tbrelair 1111ti C iellhiod polil er10 WI
g } AT- d<;~A fi>i1'TI i'0 _AV It'N hit. ieririio1 Ii. iafety 11111.t bre dorn. r. E R GS O E
WMf . ARN11OLD'S, Jeweler. Iilieeiiimam. Ci-iee.thas IIui 9 ri
° -- "" To keep posted, read the .,"ashlei; Mi. lie trAssieleel Itihiia-
L Daily. The Daily $2.50 a year.! iA L[W +
K ill i301PCA L AtiS ILAMPS! A LAMPS! [[WERY
- 0R F jOF Make rto mistake. Do you wanttailamp? We ean esiow yoia grett..ar .EiH
s XV 33, 'fu«aellii ns.,''bese NO.8 variety snd give you lower prices thiaii any house ini this market.4 AN TET
Vas_ a- C. Iit.i'ihnse No. 5it.-Aiiexaininatiomi of oar stock deiniitrates 111at1it coiitains liiieliest'___46__S._____AIN___S __RE_____.
____S__________________and most ifiroved lamp imnade. 'Thlirty-three years experience ini liie MOORE & WETMORE
MS. ANNIE WARD 5STEi5 tLamp Buisiness is vcrthi somethting. IBoy of ius aiiilgetthie lienefit iof it.
ScoloM. nigadDesre A~ ~ A~ 6 S. ilain st., and State st., cor-
Scholboyf3DancOingtandielsa giiirtel. I44_South Main Street. N _iiner of William sf., have i
' aturriiert3 d. n Ced ieeiiiieiee eui s s. 4 ot anSre.complete stock of
atisil.1I.ne_ a ees Init hteiis cliass.ii 331 1 e il V I
ahe i-fieiJ. 3t'l i iii Aeiiedtle al' UNIVERSITY NOTES. , All fiiiciillotilii tin-editorialt.11111'1
aelo~a, t .ill., e -i sClss(Tdls I IT
a - i ii(^Ik1eeiIuioeessstafotier. tell' _____ .r( I S I I
Privae - t i on-05ey apitment;lF. '. XAniderseo.'!1 1:mlaw li (;li olies ae-etieii. New and Second Hand.
SCOO4 .SAS T.&ii8Iiugl.. tutriiitii t3.1111 Nte Booksbansd other Students' Supplies
T.N. tG ri l e, o. lsine i ed i tiou, Ais reerftiletidi- to ( 1lii ,0io.iigi ine ieStatiosery, Sporting0Goods, etc, hc
I <fdur wt ll l : hy otter at the Lowest Price.
'~erI ~ 0 ,ifitf ii C itfitue 11155.frol iihe fir"t idistrit of1Cloreado._____
0. E. 111iftier. 't95 113la ir, ib g It A peiini s beiingrun irelileil iamong Call and seus before purchasing.

Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
'ast cut rate prices at this
STATE STREET.
Bargains in Stationery and Note
Rooks. Especial reductionE this week
on K. & E s Drawing Instruments.
We have the heat.
SPALDING'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for the new
gymnasium. Coame and see us. We
ate the largest dealers in the city
and on r prices are the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIST NATIONvAL BANK.
OFf ANN ARBiOE.
,Organiedf18613.
capal, 1ite,ftnn.Surpisaondt'n'i.suit).))0
Tramnoacis a general basking business.
'omeigs exchanges nought andsld. Furnihh
letters 01 credit.
Y. BACH,.Pes. S. W. CLARKSON, Cushier.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69ililerave., Ann Arbor, Msich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
Oe Watches, Jnwniry, Diamonds and chsttel
mortgages us coliaterai. Diamonds bought
and sold. Watches and Inanity nicely re-
paired. Office at my reaidence, B3E. Liberty
se..cnity-. Boors: S toe11aum., iOto 3fandt7to
.5J. C. WATTS.

ini luifines atnmpriaiIrail. the lawtude~ilnaskingtihfel'faciiity
lI'1iir0iin, '9)3timediic, 1 isllaci 111illS is oincreasee l uimtberiiof ichairs ill
pfesion a1i11t Spritngfid, 11ll the 111w iibr'ary.
Jesse Herylin, 'ff5 luir, ins s }inyii At a shiort mleetiigof liii'96 fflawn

law- in ali offirie at ('aiiteii, 1ll.
C. Lb. DeVault, '1)5 111,w h 311 ois
berti ill, will rturnttito oengi'soniii.
Priof. Adain' ndasn coursite '>i 111-
inal erotiomy i'njoyeduta bolt yn'iiritiy.
Edgar trill)-, lutst yeair with '1)7. A
in htioiness with hiis fathier iii l'liage.
i.. . Let'irrc '6f1, 33asi'elrectdtis-
trict juiige'otiCo'ioraoini lihi'lent
ilection.
A lint of advancedr'ftcournis of I1)
uniivriiesin now ott saleti' thet
stewartd's otiee.
Peter (Grace, '9)5 lawy, of Si. Paul,-
Bumin., ints returned tni nolliegnetoniiini-
plete his law3 course.
Intrtuctor Ittghinles a lchaged1his
bourn for the jtunior lttwfluiz nection
frotn lb to 12 toI9 tio 10.
W. V. XWedemeyer, '1)3 law, was Oln'
of the speakers at the' Republicuin l,ar-
beette held in Ypsilanti, last night.
Prof. V'ance says that ioen books
arc bring usrd daily by tielt'aw~ stu-
dents than in any yn'ar hieretofore.
Prof. Scott lion had several studeiits'
essays printed for caas use in
Course 2. They are used asntin ex-
ercise in proof reading for the correc-
tioin of typogropbicail errors, spelling,
bad English, etc.

yesterdayiC afternooni ithii'eictioniuoo
thn remtaitotti of thitir officrsr-33a1
ptne frofiitiNov. 17 to 23t.
'f-ho' Juimor 1035w3s11w i' it uizzed ml 'et
reek iii thie'first fotti' li'tures'n et
c011111101i1 law3 pleadtiin;.'1bl(10 itiou
wVil1libecotntucteitb1yIntrtictor D)wyer
ior amnt notomnore' lit ItamsliC31lliiiob
ably be pilayedt Satttritay mornimig, is
the aithlertic fieldt will tin'-gien up for
'varsitytpratice hFritay afternoon.
The meticing of tliii- randinhotitid
tlub,. which iwas to 111130'ccrrred
yesterdtay, was1 postponedl till today.
The lietetinog 33ill 1t1kr 111ce in roomi
9 at 4 ut-tork.T he1'trun Saturdatyi
w3ill probalbly lii'heldtiii the forenoomi
no as net to confiet irth1 time footbtall
gane.
Miss Getemrude' Buck.,ip. g. lit, he
lmaking a psnyrhological study of lihe
formiotion iof images itt thuemhiini. Sheii
33111 meet a iiumber of sttutents tBtrini-
the wveekt and question them individ-
wal11y'an to howv theysee imnages. '-te
investigation is along a inewv line utnd
we may expect -some Interestinig re-
suits.

FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EitW ttIS LEWtISi, Prop,
Boaurders WXanted.
A4mericaD Douse
Corner XWashington st., 0n4
Ashley st.
Rates $2 'and $3.
'Sd1l©N M 123,
M. ST.&E3LER.,
PRORIEiTOR.
Gx. IH. WILD
ITHE [EADING JAILOB
Has lbs newest Fall 'and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
fWCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington at., near Main St.

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