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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-04

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THE IT. OF M. Dl ILY.
'T OF. C. STEBBINS, TITS NEW SIIs B ktoe
rKIT cael Soe ECRANDALL TYPERIERfl _TA
EAIIWNOIMN ULI~ Formnerly with George Wahr, 19
S ~.)-'.,E. Washington st. Headquarters for
Wltal orttlI(luerwrk YSILANTi, stICu. everything a. Student needs irs the
Wil llfo a__(elvewr line of Text-Books, Stationery and
" " )t ofu~ r"Miscellaneous Stock in general.
a r.pntitlSUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK. THE INSCHALLER,
it SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Siludns i iofts s heel lSct in D
___h ir s e Ii. i ilei k piliiU dgu THE DOWNTOWN BOOKSELLER,
assureilth'rrthey sill (i ) vr ,
Ai .S~~cSV t.otsii'rdiisiiy, 19 E.NWasrinrgtotn st., one hlock
W._ H. LEWIS, Prop. east of Main sit.
IP. H. =CFE$s0 FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS ___________
Terly trigjr rrra drr-.rrr'rrn is e 'its' rrr THE ANN ARBOR' SAVINGS BANKIa A. E. M1UMVMERY'S,
a er.rlt ~s.ELITE DI DN AR~LD R "Arhov 'iir P ,$15i0i0. t '1ilo , . KEEP YOURSELF N EAT
ellu1ASimple; Durablet Writing in Sight; DINING anvUcdir'dirririlei(',erreiit trrrsrirririi i I
Pemaen Aignmnt Znittlofthis sitite. i iRece iivrepo its issi AND CLEAN.
Pem nnt Ainmn; Instantly (rp. Slate rrrdrLliberty sts. selil srssrstuh s i h ni" p al ites of .r eiip'
Changeable Type. (rsssr 'rri'hsite 1x1 lirDritiss irr'ii i r perir I «ewill help you withr~
EDWARD LILL'eto.lrr1p. iiertiriririiin Setr'iiirdepos'it oxh ri' t.r'.r
J. S. PEALI.,Agent, is ,iirr.s iaitied. ()'irrers: CheiiriiitianAtrr'i 1 iri . 55 Ilf-4 rl
51.E Washi -p"o si.,Ann ArborrSi' ir, lcCsirsri. . ritr sii afr. .ii ''ioi -Nitn.
FLG ~To 1lee.pposted, read the ii_4iijtL Ciloth !srr 'rshi'
Daly Edition today 3,OO0. IALJ o
Yellow and Blue But- AVJ J[ FI~NE TOILET SOAPS
Wrth U. of M. or theI[IWU I, ADSOG.
year 75e.- I1YU) L~ NEW DRUG STORE.

WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
A t 7 N A -6 TZB 1
STEAM LAUND"RY CO.
it i rrrr id1i.sie rVhirhr.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
The Daily is edited, pub-
lished and supported by the
students.
Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
Medical Books,
at cut rate prices at lire
SIDSTATE STRETt.I~l
Bargains ini Startiornery anti Note
'Books. *Special reductions this week
on K. & E.s Drawing Instruments.
We have the hest.
"SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for tire rier.
gymnasiurm. Conme arid see us. We
are tire largest dealers iiitire city
and our prices are tire lowest.
SHEEHAN & CD.l
Wholesale and R~etail Booksellers
MUSICAL GOODS
AT THlE
STATE STREET MUSIC STORE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
the Country.
SSTUJDEINTS
TiHE
FINEST RESTAURANT
in Ann Arboier
GL-.A.S5J .'S.
(liveItta triarl. 2CE. Hurnreist.
DIETAS & SCHANZ,
1U. OF Z1. TAZ=LOnS
Latestad best stytes atflForeign and tio-
metic Woolens. 1{irst chrsst ad finrstclass
wort gusrsnteed. cleaning, pressing 'nd
repairing neatly done.
48 S.StMate t., Second Floar, AnnArbor.

Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolen. $3. Sox. all wool. f.at colos, .2 .c. ____
Linen Shirts, made ho measure, 75c. Tailor Mads Suits, IIALLER' S i [LR
25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices.+
Avsoid jobiter's, and ss'iilesoti'r's profits. witis $10, $12, $15, $16,I
iiitliltoii (rdir. OFFICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE.
LAMPS ! LAMPS! LAMPS!' 46 5. MAIN STREET.
WAN R.tFTTA.ZSJ
Marle ioiirrstatke. lO Ysisr si st 21r alnt rWe Ciiistress- l a I'f'arit IFIRST Cj LAtS CUSTOM TAILORING
varity trld gisve'yoru loweir prices thrin airy liiiisei nithie irrrket.
Aiiresarinira tion sitourrstork dil-ioistra tis thart it cents iris tlii'best C i'iio r isStal' ard id 'rti sta .,
an oi irst imroirivedlptai iade. 'lihirty-thnrs'er-ii's iexper'ierncein tilie
LarirliBtusiness is sscrtlr owiietlliig. Itury ofitsiranndfr-I the tbem-fit ofit. iMOORE & WTETMORE
E,-K 1'q & C;OMB' . NY' I .ain I s.,tal Stale et., cur-
44 South Main Street. ( ncir of -Williriri st., hiarse a
UNIVERSITY NOTES. :Miss \dis'e lsie,'r)(tiiilit, is lc'riifln i
atAsiIll. uII ERSITY TE OORS!
Co'inr, '9(elit, isriltirnlirig I ir'lt ll ). '.Iri, ii.'04hiss, is locateinii Nw n eonCad
t'rris'r'siiy. NtwnundrirecondrHnlt
11. T. Wirrdi'r" 04 lis, is plii'icir 'C t. . s,34ii'li. s ~ii~rgrNois. rissisand eitir' Situdents 'rpis
1. I. Frst, t)I ietic, s prcti 'in ineSiatios ry. 0srtireinods, etcwhc
lair i nRrid lis. illeirief t Dener, ('ru. ikey' oiteastitle Loiiwest Irics,.
II. t. frognsrri, 14 it, s lr'iri'iiii . (t'Vriglil, t'91 niole, is "issistlrri
ot si'lsts it nricuetle.tiuscirinlitiri'iisiri'innt Call and see us before purchasing.
C. AN. Itckets, ')-1 it, s prncipl K ' lit 3d .5kG- A R3d'CF.+I N51
f VItett,'14liislriiiirl liar, itlieti.BILLIARDS AND POOL.
irE elrotsat ~ars~ tt . B Nisirir,'SBrurull, srrsiriierrilChoicest Line of Cigars and Tobaccos.
A5. It. Coniaili', 'ltl lii, uris ei iitIedSitit. 12,t, o:Hiss ,Ager Axiell, of Noi. 3 N. Alain Street.

.. 1'. lPiusesrs, '94 bass, tins reirnerdi
ti Ann Arbor for ra I. g. course.
St.I...lPostonr, '34 tiaw,'is tirirrciploii
the Powhrattanr, ris., city schools.
'lhe juirrosr laws'sssill hold air athrletic
minhg rfter thetletrethis aftric
'Tire rourrs of tire lraws lihraury lire
frori S a. rn. to 12 mi.r 1:30 to 5u:t0
lp. rr., slid 7 to 10 p. rrn.
trot. A. C. Angell lectures to the
junrior lrrss on "Domestic Rltions'
tris afternoon at 2 orclock.
tJnmcs C. Lessis, '03t lawe,swho is
justice of the pseace in Utica, Miclr.,
seas in tire city v'isiting friends.
Ii the lasw entrance examinations
in Eurglish arid American history. 1t
see successful in hoth branches.
Bletramr Shane, '94 lass, is practic-
irng at Wrarsaw, hIdc..swith lion. L. W.
Rtoyse, candidate on the Repu~lcar
ticktet for congress.
Senior section of Illinois Club Court
Mset yesterday afternoon, the junior
section mreets tomorrowv and the gen-
eral meeting is called for Saturday.

Hounery 'riek, Ioss'rs.
('iicrigo University isill otter couscs'
thris yeritinhe trhemsrcirrnr, tuiiss'ro,
Aratbic, Assyrianr, Syrirre, antIiEgyp-
tiinlranrgurrges.
As tirce arc a largeirnumrber of las
tromri Ness York strite Plis year thnie is
trrlk..utftheir forrlig austrb court
rrimol"rgthrermsels'es.
lire present registraitioii in tir enir-

Corner W.rashington st., amid
Ashrley st.
- OnS ---j- it

tril rdepartment irrdicratt's tirat tel ir a te Sy5, a n ua z56.

freshnren class will lie nueaty twice
its hirge as last year.
Nrrgrnrrrsa Mioidar'14 lit, leases for
is hrome in Tokio, Japan, next week.
lie irrtsinis returirinig next year andI
errtering the lass department
Thre L'riversity of tPennsylvaniia is
absout to erect a dormitory andl;stn-
dennis'trail at a cost of over $150,00,
swhichi aimount has been contributed by
pirivate subscription.
The lrrsard Crimson has muaile ar-
rrangcerents swithrlhe 'News-England
Press Association ss'rerby irn the tint-
urc it swill be furishIedl by telegraph
swiths tue nes from nll ltre other csol-
heges.

'SHN E CI~t123_
P'ROPtRnIETOR.
G. HT. WILD
IDE LEADING TAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winier
Woolens arid largest stock in the
city. You can get airy selec-
lion you are looking for.
~WCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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