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December 17, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-17

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THlE U. OF M. 1l)AILY.

Se han,

F. 0. STEBBINS,I

Photographer LIJWYMN 14
72 CIBE 1UWVA
SouthAlin t., Aim11Arbor. 1 .telling coupon hoo~irk fgod
. g ______ -for $,> for $ ?. 50.
$2 NEii 00[P1 ~4ET8 SATISFACTION CIVARANTEEDOD
~ii l tt..W i( 1(roupt W~tok. '2 . t l ,I t I EE .
DROP IN AND LOOK AT

SchaIIer's Dookstore
Formerly with George Wahr, l19
E. Washington st. Headqnarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
l9, E. Wrashington st., one block
east of Main st.

ae ltlo W v't l 1,1t1.to L HE WIEY EXRIE THE ANNARBOR SAVINGS BANK >6 A. E.MUMMERY'S,
!. om-Amate r Wor. t1115 1(C . A n Arbr, Mih. to pit at St ock, $50,000. - ---
_I t o ellim t i o f ;ltoo. mpleot teogym- f it. t lt loeee t1:50 t,00 y. te II
rallr- rte tprices and see work. :Iles. tt I ti oise .Im slftlaeojus ti r e o ti tte. tec riv o its:ti'otb ity0s and uis
i air-thtititof tthed.. ttltots" tttMi tt tote.ats cotted uonopitier U ULIURI W,
fIz lery all on First Floor. ittiti I itwot Itt, (O ttO. C o ct 10 tttttoct t.ider'tc tt tie SCofety dpitt o est o et.
____________ ot itt t by R. I..BLOUNI T, 14 N. tttttttt. totttt t hc t i tlot,k toti.. W ) 'O
- , . Olsttet ;11t.1. o-to., Ass.isttt io .t t
F'>,LAG PINS $1.501 _1RN ,T E 0R oErESr
Yellow and Bloc But- STEAM LAUNDRY 00.i
____tonsL60c.INDS_ VI
or he M-1 'I~ti nd t~ c i___ 1 W altz Oxford,
' With U. of Ml t .,os the ____
year 75c.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager, heicnwc cetaisbigt hW
WM. RNOD'S Jeele. Ot it~tT~tti)'RTInd N lancellot vet.r-.t i t becunt 1) NEW DRUG STORE.
To keep posted, read the .i hen ytt it
Dly. The Daily $2.50 a year. HALRS¢.FPR
thus troubles wsill vantishl. It gives a white light, does trot ectar hitwctk,
eritso ro odor, atid will tll hbtrntr of tite tarot, id Stat' oil 8eie r gal., MOORE & W~ETMORE
School of Dancing and DfO5aTER' . re Wi.Iti i't ile1c ot. 16ritl Stisltet 10gr. tilin st., and StateSt., ecor-
Desate iEA. I C0& OQIMIA..N Y.: iterof IWilliatm St., taco a
_taatia yI 1 tc titt,ttttt tl e tttb~ tinet..ttt-.. 44 Sooth Main Street. corplte stock o1
lts ( 1tt Il,rn. I hitit t bA i tt ti t y l~t s
r(eottt:tI t.IeI. t ttt~UNIVERSITY NOTES. I Prof. Hinsdalo.Q
SCa~HOOL., 46 S. STATE ST. oale thi iotit. dly )oii.w itlttttt " 0(i t 'l o 0t New and Second Hand.
j I iottill wisto t titit tiiritn'. i t oittof t1n;, y lootf I Itoiii t ls. T!ttte Note IBookts and etherStudenits'tSupplites
reit'ert',oryOotisgGoods, ett whc
S) ee'an & t Ilea) AityN i. sittiraesi o f tOItlt'tttttt'Ott O -t he ity otter it; the Loesct Prieso.
.'leit oirei)tit footittit t cit htt asto lows:
tttott y-tt i irstttnnalttpt l5 tto ttdtateam tph trpt ittae. ht o ~ttti l) Call and see us before purchasing.
11010 t I dlegt trio .totsottt ntst erti toot hitt i le b il tilt in i eiTR H
B3 00 1' ProfbiTtruebiloodtttt I ol l uit ti-ca ti ittit ,sad nile ttootot tto it it ELITE DINING PARLOR
)t=r.ttOthee'nt o . tLe lea100r00 tto ttan - ti tiktopet~tttt itttt o ))"Til tlettodtil; tttti mthtios tttrematerof ci .1ts- Coo. State and Liberty sto.
trutlaS totttie liteooryy orri toot-olinb-l,)cat it. . iot i tto t Itor t tsolt ED-WARD LEMVIS, 'olr.
doc Mhakhiey lire nriseocectivted to te le Cttri itti it 00tol sttBltoaoriodttttttoiWatittd.
7 F Statestt ill thio new ttookis of tie soitittti Zni~ r i~v:t)'r. ~ts ekn«Ii r: o rel
:jctee all the atiiicro, titus ettabling ttheirtuttttt ittertdeiolrohns 21it1'outhit. As >itithtetr ittot pi'tttttt otlttitto t i '1i'217r
tosteotrrto purchase illthettt giftslit o ttttte .

idare :art at wolueslrc eo
Earametber thottewe aoe thetonttly teholesole IDr. Lotmbatrttlwill glo tie clttss it
#ust ksellersrrttwtinth te state. Our laope pur-,
a.h:tlenbeutso ttsell all tookts at pwiole,- Ihysoltogy atwttenltt(1t1ti7,oi rtidavr
- tale prices., tterebty tndersolitg atltexcirt- tttil "eopiratitttr:
olstely retail teaters.May istr'1,11)yel at10
Aol. (alenrdarsi fo 185.5 " i"(toey rfterntoontr otiletttls
tttandard Bookts inSet.work iloiogtt
ftit bes-Oxford little.
AkN ew Ameriest Editiontofttfordttot letitt e nir textrecetiotr o tt theCotttl
- t. hat! thre former prices. Utrtotr socittl clutbAwill bithllatOte
A, Scooro.iridyIntvittrtiont is ectendedttt every- _lttt i Mtsit Itiitit tttiet;
,,et eomeeintandtoeus. whether you hey Jaitt11t
tOxgy I; or tot. Dtr. Em ilaer, rmedic o2 tf Cirica-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. g o watttnthe city lato volt to attcend
OF ANN ARBSOR. tti5tthe rn letdicaiiont iitd i clot: od
Organized 1503.
t="apttal-$;0,000. Surplus and Prefits,$s0,ot0. friettds.
Transatst. a general bankigbr.tusisess. iThe itrospec ot cnil rtr
IOrelgnexechasges bought ad sufd. Furnishihtottt0oao
' storsferedit. ical cotntest is flatterintg. Mfore itersonts
V': BACH, 71res. -S. W. CLARKOSON, Cashier. wl oipt iaiio eee at
Kiss lIlathie Long,, tire alretady at work ott their orationso
U .ar, Mandolin and. j, At tire iext tieeting of the hoard of
69 iller ave., Ann Arbor, Bich. control, after tire Chiristmoas recess, te
tolatter of tihe faculty prizes ror gen-
FEn uIIL PROPERTY LOANSoal excellence in athletics wviii he de-
sa Watches, Jewelry, tiamnds asd chattel ie.Ithsa ad bndcdd
easrgages asocollateral. DiamnduSbought cdd thsaraybendcdl
mud sold. Watches ad Jewelry nicely re-ththee ilbeworzsofivr
'rled. Office at mty residence, B3E. Liberty harhr ilb w oie fsle
ciy or:,Sso1 .m,1to' n o9clips, 000 for superiority in indoor
_J. '. WATTS. work and our itt outdoor work.

vw of husnin auro, 2) hs (talm opr iPn In m i

tpurptooetitndl(1) ottrhit rrttsr o tfac
stlttlhthittg iris tttuirtose.Astothtil
choice o etf ritts, hitexeluttdlt l{-pys-
ictil elemrenrt atit addressted Ihimseltf to
lire tritn, ttnlerldinrg tp this faot f t
constat;ttetiotn to lte lirt sile
ttnly tof mttis othehirghettritttht etvetr
tprtd to hutmattnrnature. tle titttet to
usse of scientific or theologicatrlutts,
and Iris order of oWork wtio t irst tiere o-
getrxeraliot if ft'e intrlift and theiit
its reformantittn.
"Jeoss ookesd uponr Ihumsanta ture
from nt r optitmistic Ipoitof view.' lit
saw great possitbilitiestir utt, Ihence
his sacerifices on iteir bsehalf.,lie
ntadle tire will itecediter, tand strove
only to martke mrertgootd,trot itel-
lectutal."
Franklin and Marshall College is itt
deavoring to raise $500,000 to be u~sed
for new buildings and endonen'.

I-IIu ui i i uuu
FIRST CLASS TABLE.
BANQUETS + A + SPECIALTY.
'HtEONltlE123.
M. ST.AZ3LER,
PROPRItETOR.
G . 11. WILD
1O[ LEAOING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in thle
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
S£NCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main at.

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