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December 11, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-11

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TILE U. OF M. UrDAILY .

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So6utli MaiII $.S.,Ain Ai-hor.
PIN OR0811[ 01 CABINETS
s~peial prices otm all (roup iWork.
hEsafjs a <nfl(l betl)CtIllieto have
v mrlt-AmateurXWoirk fiishedt.
Call and get prices and see work.
Gallery all on First Floor.
f LAD PINS $1,50,
Yellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
n. With U. of X. or the
year "75c.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.F
OFFIr-E-i11 Wa-bmucton s-. tout No.S
YARDS: M.l C.it. It.,I'PoneNo. 51
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saurdayl1a.mt.,Gentlemn be i-nnrslase,
Saturday, 4 p. mn., Liody beininie-eseisn.
Ltonday 7:;0 p. al., AdvancedlE(la-s (Ladies'
and Grrel-ween..
Tuesday, 7:130ip. m., IBe-i-mr os s(Ladies
asd Gentlemen).
Private lesson, by appointment.
SCHOOL. 46 S. S7AT E ST.
Sheehan &Co.'s
Ctcny-fir-t .l mm cl pn.o
HO1L,,IDAY
]BOOKS.

F. 0. STEBBINS,
81LIA011 LAWJ~BMAN I "SAAi!
is c~h~ omlpoii books goodt
* for Sr' for $2.570. c LR
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED « SRAxRO
12E. NVIIAtM-STREEi-T.
DROP IN AND LOOK AT
THE WHITELY EXERCISER, EMIL DREFS,
It ha- no esl ist ts f a tomsplete gym- £14Th1k 1
n i-- free csn hrun~yil e ls It i-noseits, ha-. ott- tdinstin r-CQ - f h a e
-ostane offmom.titnlo : itmosrby the
boading atidetes of thn-day. All parts war:-Bcstnrfercslo-sibei uopNwtr
ranted for iwo year-,. Cal oil ctalognes. Ciy, bianieAnnrbo eYr:
For ab1y R. L. BLOUNT ,14 N:. hWg t n ro
Inlsst.;Ann tArbor. 4S. State st. tome and-aee u.
-N ER oIL THE ANN ARBOR SAWINGS BANK
STEAM LAUNDRYi C AlnnAbos Mnb tapital Stock, $50,M0
High CGlas ndm esun tic; Fini. 11 1)1114, $1,0,000.
______Ott-an-md nndet iio-General lanktn Law-
of tint biaoit- eevedpsit-sat-boy- and
E. S SERISSManaer, sells extehanrt-on t- pwincipal celfin of the
E. . SRVIS, anaer, United States. Di-t sed upon proper
23StOUTtH FOURTH AVENUE.- identifieation. Safety timposit betes ton-i.
OrEweno;t Cthristhan MaceP-o.;it W .1)
liarriman, Vice-Pt-ts., ihas. 1 Mli-wk
To keep posted, Fead the Canhiem-; N.. Ceitz, Assiant Cashier.
Daily. The Daily $2.50 a year.

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Bath Robes!l
The fatuouns tar &CrencentfBath Robiesj
ace now umade in all the
LEADING COLLEGE STRIPES
Quality nuperb. Made under our FI1ast
Pilc" patent. Pmicr, to fine cottote rrny,
$7; in fine wool terry, $1o. IDelivered1
9free. Returnable if unnatisfactory. If
tnot found at your dealers',nt-nd to en
mlentioning cllegecantdenclosing pricc.
STAR1 & CRIESCENT MILiLS CO., Philuda., Pta.

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SchaIIe's Bookstore!
Formuerly with Gleorge Walhr, I9
E. Washington t. Headquarters For
everything a Student needs in the
line of Tet-Books, Stationery and
isicellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
I9 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main t.
S A. E. MUMMERY'S,
!H OLIOAY i
ALKINDS A'
NEW DRUG STORE.
HALLER'S : JEWELRY
STOEE
46 S. MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6S. Mlain st., and State St., or-
iner of William st., httve ta
complete stock of
UNIBSIIY TI[T1 D00S
New and Second Hand.
Notc Book'o anti other Student' Suppies
FiMt Staionery, SportingGoods et, h-c
tety niter tt the Latwest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THE
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty st.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prp.
Bonardertstuanted
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
BANQUVETS + A + SPECIALTY.
'POE E123.
X. ST.&33LERL,
PROPRItETOR.
0-. H. WILD
JOE LEADING TAILOR
Has the newest Fal and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
,WWCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main St.

-ATTENT1ION T PLEA JSEi.
Ame you annoyed b3 your lamp wvicks charedt? IBy your lamps filliiig
the house w ithi a sickening smoke and givintg a lighst tile color of thn
10000 when seen through a sisoked glass? If so, use our Red Star Oil, anti
thtus troubles svill vanishs. It gives a white light, does not char the wit-k,
emits po odor, and will all burn out of the ltamp. Rted Star Oil Sc per gal.,
Water White Head Light Oil, Sc per gal., ?4'°sokeless Gsasolimne Sc per gal.
SXEAN128z&COiAZE'ANSY

-Messrm. Sheenim&m-Co. tabe pleamiumento amt- 4a-aSouth Main rSreemt.
miuen toemmlitearm-ymtndhnok-w-oimngipub -
lit- that thmey hauentow ret-etc-ed at thirt st-urn UNIVERSITY NOTES.
cmn State st. till them-mew bnoks ttfte seasoms
ft-rnmall he mtbtsitrs, ttus enabtling thteir Presimdtent Amige-l-aill mtteet itieltiss
customiers to pure)ttae all timeir gifts ntone
place amim at whtult-sale pt-les. ie Inter-nationailLawr Tlhursday-.
litmember timat tm-fare titt-mmtly wosaltte A.J. Sawy-n hattie e-tnthos-mi as lit--
ibnellers e nt-linttte state. tier large put--
nctases enablems tt sellttl itokbeattwhtnle- sidinigmilict- iliti mte lotieill2 cioi
tale pt-it-en. thereiiy mumdersmllimtt-alil-smlu- test,
-ively retail mdealmrs.
DaintyIBomosint DaintyBininmg,. Pm-esldnt Kmilnm. tif hnpn- Colli-yie is
Art Calendars cor 1895. visiting fmienmds m i t-eity manidit ite
Standard Ounce in Sets. iststy
B~ibles-Oxftord Bile. Invri
A New Americatn Edititmtf t ftor tt-clmtes Prof. Kelsey is in Staginatws todaty
at halt- the forerm-ptices. inete interest of the cittimtg tliia-
Prayere timdiHynmnl-New Etditions.
A corditt i nvitatinn is extendnd tn ev-ery- tioimnof te Columtbiami emgait.
onuttnt-nme in amndmm-eintusmwhmethmer you buy Theplitiin-etimourt dlidntiot htolid a
anythng ermtst ~sension yester-day, It-of. Itogle tryingI
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. a east- inthn-emiciscotccithmiat
OF ANN AtRuOR. date.]
Organized -1563.
Capital, $100000. Surplus und Prft-ct-, $40,000. The TDaily lion receietmdm a synotpsis of
Tranuacts a genteral banimmg busnesan. theo eighth amiiual relport of the Imtir-t
iForeign exchanges bought and suld. Purnish
let-ters of credit. state Comece cnmmlissiont, of wh-ilt-l
P. BACIL Pres . S.H. CLARKSON, Cashier.PrfI.,Adliiseret-y
MiSS Hlattie Long, Tie law of danmages has beeni mddedn
TEAtuERe to the senior lait- wcrk antI IProf, Mce-
Guitar, Mandolin =and,- Eanjo, ctn e-un nti ujc vr
69 Miller ave., Ann Arbor, alit-h, hmlcue nti ujc vr
W'etdientdy mtorning tit 5) o'clocki.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. Ed. A. Cadieux has openeidmIan tin- I
n Wat-ches, Jewelry, Diat-ucds and chattel
inert-gages anstcollateral. Diamonds bought gant bam-her shop on east 'Washington -
and sold. Watct-stasned Jewelry nicely in- et. in Ilangstet-fnt- od13;ce h
paired,. Office at my residence. 33IE. Liberty solimee fi
at, city. 1-ournts t-u 11 a.mz.. a t-s3land I ts shop is by far tilm finest fittesd up ini
J. C. ,WATTS. tho city.

Thlteibrary-ii at.-cillanitihtallis open-m
2 to (iip. iii. A.l11 who disirt tomrettmlatc'
Prof. (Gtrsdnteri-S. Ltmtstsn tillid-
litvc-i-latre-oil"Sliging'Illinti-
Schtool oft-Micmmicksour-si-tmorrowtt
aifterniloon at 4:,'0 n'clos- in i i elM e- -
miorial hail.
their last ltetctremb-foe-theiholidany,
tciangi- to iscom eealiert-idate. This
wvill enablm e alrg-iart otsth l a-tss to
leasve for- hoiieseartie.t
The last-librirtlinmsay,,lthtthie
lawt studeni11 tmll fot- mntarly ttwie-ais
moany booko s stere-tofore-. Tisotoll
noteis tht th e taw studtseim am-t- le-
cominiglot-e-studiusi ilon ctuntof
the initcsetI swot-isrequmirietI cf tllt.
swith stil ndedimmlt-Iatdmitiotinal itest
chairs st-it-i are ntemt-sly ftastenied.
This has filled a long ftiiws-ot amnmg
lie loss- stuldenlts. Th- fasteniiig nit
lime chiirs to the floor- still kIes-tim hlm
students out of Olin alt-oven.
Use the WHITELEY Exggt.CtSRt.'

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