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December 06, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-06

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THIE U. OF M. DAILY.
SE1na , . C. STEBBINS, TH 31ShEI NE oostre
Photgrap er ELIALE [AIND~YM~i! C I DENTAL Formerly with George Wahr, 19
72 G E. Washinzton st. Headquarters for
YPSILA NT'I, MlIICH. everything a Student needs in the
*iiiitli NMain St.. Aim hoi*c~. l acottil b~1(0kb __!_lineofText-Books, Stationery and
for ;~3 for $2.50. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, Miscellaneous Stock in genera].
____ MARTIN SCHALLER,
$2150 FOR ON[EOfIZ, tC4IN[TS STSATO URNEEDla Stdeanitizeni should anemake:thdsTHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
it) L.Washington st., 0n0 block
1)ctil 1) f'esion all (Giouit) iirk. z At E. NVi111 AyM STRIIEET. W. H.LEWIS, Prop. east of Main st.
- d i~xeTHDRP N NDLOK T EMIL IDREFS, 0; A. E. MUMMERY'S,
A it~ttlllbeti11 ace, hveTE WiH ITELY EXERCISER, (1;1111
- lr n~i______11 « sorise IlfItI] 1isTI~ll1L 1 The largest bottle
Call anud get prices and see work. ss t (snielss5 a a -tlsiinr, 4'
itaneeof froem2tot(a e tIodoesotby ie
Galleryall onFirst loor adieg oathlteeofthie d y. All iparts elir- lie-tAreferencs poss-ibleinIs urope, New Yenl ofaley TOOTHstFoo.ratd oPwoyar.caOfo taoils CtERcgoad n Abr
_________ ior sale 1>y R:.zL. BLOUNT, 14 N. W in the city for 25c, 0
M LAG PINS $1.50, Ingalls t.,AginArbor. (i4 S. State t. (omeoand-seeus. a o r oe
Yelo anle u-THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK bc
YelwadBu u-STEAM LAUNDRY O. As roRik oiaJlek 000 if notpefcl satis-
tos l .High-.los s d nDomesticFinshb. Orgoiord iiderihe GenerasilisitiglaRS.Iso fc rya
With U. of M. Or the ___ of this Stole. Reies-deiposit-s, buys an s fctria
year 75c. ielkxhag nte prineipal iieis of tie
--Ar- E. S. SERVISS, Manager, Uniiteid Stait-s.lDrafts aheuoi n lpseoper ________________
di OUh ltJ TH A E U.idretiliesliss. Sofely depositlose-oirenti. NEWD U SO E
WIS. ARNOLD'S, Jeelr.28SUT_ FURHAVNU.________Chitin_1110,Prs._WD

011( i,, .:If0i Wail-o t.,olniie No.S
YeRS Al.C R Et,'Iise Noi5i
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Siturdy diep.i is, ldy e 4esca
'dondaiy, 7:30 ). Il.,Advanced ie..ss(Lades'
ruesdaty, :3Op.meinnoeis lasos(Ladies
Pr ivateiesonsby ipii itment.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST.
Nw StyInloSweaters
Gymnasium Suits,
Gymnasium Tights,
Gymnasium Shoes,
Amiida111 kintds of Athletic
L Goods att
S1-1EEHA N 'S
INDIAN CLUBS AND DUMB BELLS FDR
INDOOR EXERCISES,
FENCING FOILS AND. MASKS.
This week call and see our
BARGAINS IN BOOKS
SHEEHAN & CO11
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR
Orgasized 1863.
Capital, x$100,40. Surplus ssd Profits, 5$4,50.
Transacts a geserai bssklog busisess.
Foeigs exchasges bought asd sod. Fursish
letters of credit.
P. EACHl, Pres. S. If. CLARKSON, Csshier.
Miss Hattie Long,4
Guitar, Mandolin- and., Banjo,
69 Miller ave., Ass Arbor, Mich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS,
n Watches, Jewelry, Dismonds and chattei
mortgsges as collsteral. Diamonds bought
and sold. Watches snd Jewelry nicely re-
paired. Offeat my residences33BE. Liberty
St.. city. FHoses: 8to11a.m., ltols nd 7tos9
53J. 0. WATTS.

To keep posted, read the
Daily.
The faiious Star& C
arc now made in al
LEADING COL]
J Quality superkb
Pile"'patect. Pricc,
$7; 10 fine wool tce
0 free. Returnabile ii
Nnot found at youre
W mcntioning collegc;
STAR &t CRESCENT MI]

Cahrl.iJid 2iticA.ssistunt(Casior
The Daily $2.50 a year. jtiR

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CrescentfBath Robes
1 the
,LEGE STRIPES
ide undier our "Fast
ini finecotton terry1
rry, $io. Delivered
funsatisfactory. If
deales', send to us
and enclosing pricc.
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-ATTrENTrION! FPILEA SE .
Are you annioyed h} your lanip wicks chared? By your lamps fillinig
the house with a sickening smoke aind giving a light the color of the
moon when seen through a smoked glass? If so, use otir[ted Star (Oil, and
thus troubles will vanish. It gives a white light, does not char thr wick,
emits no odor, and will all horn out of the lamp. Red Star Oil 8c per gal.,
Water White Head Light Oil, lie per gal., 74° smokeless Gasoliiie be per gal.
:D E AN 8z O0zM : P..-IFY_
44 South Matn Street.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
The regular miietigiof t1(ietFolry
Gluiltd wil be held tomorrow- eveniig
Pres. Anigell is >setting Oii tuhetiry
titrinig thep resieit terimi (f lie ciredtit
coutr.
A. niuber of stidntis trill go to De-
troit to hear fToe Jeffersonin i Rip \',il
j'Winkle.
The live hour stutdents ini ihe lasbor-
story course iii generai rhenmistry
have abotutcopleteid tilefirst (0
experiments.
The Reform League commnittee meet
tonight and will pirobaboly take soiie
action concerning the crusadi aganst
the liquor traffic.
The Engineering Society will meet
Friday at S p. 1., inI room A, cemli-
cal laboratory, instead of rooiu 16,
engineeriug building, as :announced.
Prof. Campbell will lecture on "The
Constitution of Iron and Steel.'
J. G. Blunt, formerly with '94 lit, has
filled a good position for a year and a
half as draughtsman with M. Beatty
& Sons, Welland, Out., builders of
machinery for contractors. Be is at
present visiting friends and relatives
in this city.

Prtof. Cabon s new oaetbokl o
phy~sics is iiiow i hehit ndieiry.sil
will lie laiedl oii sale iil a sleettuneiii.
11. NV. Wyckoff, '97 C.I...gavee i
claiss iii Distribution (if TElecirieiy i
very intiresting111111inistructive talk
Tuesday on lt'e construction work: of
thie Detroit iigliiig plani. lle- illus-
tratetd wiiti ble prinits andtwitl sam-
Iles of niaterials used. As Mr.
Wyckoff ;tssistedlIl in teronistrtiction
work last year he wts able 1tolmake
Il- remaltrks lpractical.
INTER-COLLEGIATE.
'T'eiofaculty- ut Yale containis14
gradtuates of that institutioni.
The senior class at U. of Penin. will
commence weainlg raips andt gow-ns
about Jans. 1.
Thi ucourse of thie Yale law school
has birch made three years, instead of
two as hieretofore.
The first association fooiball teamd in
an Anmerican college was formed at
Princeton this year.
A commnittee of the trusftes of
Northwestern University is consider-
lng the ndvisabilityof abolishing foot-
ball atth at institution.

46 5. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
Ii S. MNain st., anti State ot., cur-
iier of William st., hiave a
comleitr stock of
1JtIVI[BSIJY TI[T1 HOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Not, Book s adotier Students' Supplies
l ine Stationery, SportingGosods, etcwhc
thty otter of the Lowest Priceo.
Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
1TY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prop.
Bloarders wasted.
IP9{
Amuiiao Hovse
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
BANUVETS f+-A + SPECIALTY.
'EKEFOTIFE123_
X.L''TA3LEX:R,
PROPRIETOR.
G. H1. WILD
IDE LEADING -TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
AW ~COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.;

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