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December 18, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-12-18

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THE U. OF M. DA1 LY.

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elhtiu, ~ F. C. STEBBINS,
Photographelr
721 UDIA
South Main 4t.. Anna Arlbor. is gelling coupon books goodi

SchI s Bookstore!r
Formerly with George W~ahr, 19
E. Wash ingtonst. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
tine of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one blork
east of Main st.

tor o r t5.45..S
3V,50 [ OR ttON0L UOAINITS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Spcital prices o)n all Giroutp N~ork. '24 E. wtiLIASSI STbtEI2 17.
_________-DROP IN AND LOOK AT
Che.iolanm[ . It, i eto hve TEWIEYEECSR
Yil1Anvateuir Work finished. TEWIEY EECSR
-____ It has so equal outside of at comiplete gym-
nasiunt forexsecising thoroughly all the mus-
0'Caltt nd. get prices and see wurk. rc. It is noiseless, ha'. self-adjusting ce-
sistasce of front ' to 6 lbs Indorsed iby the
e Fis Fle.leading athlete', of ts' day. All parts. war-
Gallery allonFrtlo. ranted for two yearso. Call for cataloatoes.
____________________For sale by R. L. BLOUN'1r, 14 N.
Ingalls st., Ass Arbor.
-; FLAG PINS $1.50, " _ - ,: O
Y~ iellow and Blue But- STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
tons 60c.11hGasgl D msi iih
$ With U. of X. or the 11g. ls ilDmsi iih
year 78c.E.SSEVSangr
WM.YI ARNOOLD'S, Jeweler. SOUTH_ FOURTH_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _oted radthe
()srocr: 11 w.aohisgeton at..Phase No.
YAoonsl M. C. at. .'Phone No. 51.at l
) :!Y. 1 The fatmous Star &t
MRS, ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S "1arc now made in al
School of Dancing and Delsarte. I 4 LEADING COL:
'Asirasy, 15t. m.,Geolemoo begissers clas. ~Quality superb. M,
tiarday, 4 p. m., Lady begisners class. ~ 'fs Pile 'patent. Price
Monday, 7:3t p.mi., Advaced Class. (Ladiles' t i) $7; in ine wool tei
and ioteioes 1.155 t
Tus'day. 7:30 p. mn., ieginners Cilss (Ladles t 4TtL ,og9free. Returnable i1
anod Gintlemriot.~ not found at youri
Privsteiasso 3by appointmcnt. % 1 ,lo mientioning college.
SCHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST. STAR & CRSEN 1
Slieehan & CO.'S ATT-rrBNTrioI

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THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK 45 At E, MUMMERY'S,
Aits Arbor, Mici. Capitail Stock, $150,00.
Suerpluo, 1150.000
Organized undertettienceral Oltohing Low.s 4It f
of this State. Rteceives deposoits, toys aiid U II111V
sells exchiange o the principal cities of the 0HOL-ID
tUniteid States ra.tstocashed apos proper .( LiaI
identificatioii.Safcty tdrposit boors to rent.
OrFFICioS: Christian Math, Pies.; IV. 0.'
Hiarrimait, vice-irce. Chins. . Ilsooe , n
('ashier ; 11. J. Fritz,, Assistaiit Cashier. o
cwopnwTHkEittoii liiy E RND AI t
TW a ls ot iz i i ti a Ir s i a , i O x f o r dP E F M S
storis or t eein.,is Acadeei.s tn it..s-
when you fit.fl L 1 1[ L Y
The Daly $2.50Oayear. IIALI~r'
STO.JEJIH
~jbpes? - 46 S. MAIN STREET.
"rescent Bath Robes , MOORE & WETMORE
1 thet
LEGE STRIPES r ; 6t ItS. Main st., and State st., cor-
ideunderori"ast'- ti et ot William at., have a
indlcottn tery, coimplete stock of
-ry, $oo. Delivered iUIRSnITYl TEXIT BOOSlui
unsatisfactory. If lllIKlY Ii IDIE
calera' send to us _flIIIUI II UII
indenclosingpricc. ;} l 0 New and Second Hand.
.LS CO., Philida., Po. tile--.
~AA.5~W ~ Noae Boots aid other Students' Saoliilo
line Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc ,wich
[I P E F I.B./\S E they offer at the Lowest Prices.
icks chared? By your lamps/filling Call and see us before purchasing.
d giving a light the color of the
ass? If so, use our R~ed Star Oil, and FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
white light, does not char the wick, TRY THE
1the lamp. Red Star Oil 8c per gal.,
-a.,74'sinokelessGasoline 8c per gal. ELITE DINING PARLOR
A.51 8z OOPA.'Y.
_________________________ Cor. State and Liberty asts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prep.
Duse tills for sali' at a dissautiti it Boarders Wanted.
the Daily office.
Messrs Burgan, Damton, Dickson and i'j Z

Twenty-fist ooiioal opcinig t
HOLAIDACY
BOOKS.
Ae srs. Sheehan & Co. takec pleasure to ao-
rAounnceito the literary and book-lovioug pith-
fic that they nave now received at their store
4m StatesGt. all the new books of the season
from all the publishers, than enablinig theic
stmlmrs to psecinase all their gifts at one
faace and at'nwhoesale prices.
Remxembee'that we are the only wholesale
loaksellers saw in the state. Our large par-
s-bk~ases enables on to sell all books at whole-
--sale prices, thereby uinderselliiig all excln-
,ilrsiy retail dealers.
tiity Seeks in Dainty Blindinags.
Ant Calendars for 1001.
--Standard aooan in Sets.
l~bles--Osford Bible.
A Nae'sAnmerican Editioni of Oxford Bibles
4 .n half the rormer prices.
Prayers anidHynmnas-New Editlio.
A cordial invi'tation is estended ta every-
.one torcomnein and see us whether you bny
anythoing or nt.
FIRST NATIONAL BANE:.
OP ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1803.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prefts,o,000s~.
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andnsold. Purnish
I ettemsof credit.
1-'. BASPiRlres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
Russ: Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin -and, Banjo,
60 Miller ave., Ann Arbor, Mich.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
a Watchen, JewelryDianmonds and chattel
mortfages an collateral. Diamonds bought
ad sold. Watches and Jewelry nicely re-
paired. Office at my residence, l3IE. Liberty
st. city. Bours: toe11 a. m., 1itol3and 7 o 9
p. m
'J. 0. WATTS.

Are you aiinoyed b5 your lamp w.
the house with a sickening smoke any
moon when seen through a smoked gla
thus troubles will vanish. It gives a,
emits no odor, and will all burn out of
Water White Head Light Oil, 6c per ga
44 South Main Street. E

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
IProf. :Thompsonideliv'ers today's taow
lectires.
It. L. i'anu oescit, of btitkcr 'Uni-
versity, is teguiest: of J.G(. Wine,
Prof. Stainley will be unable to leasd
at meeting to practice singing college
songs uiitil after the holidays.
Prof. Hinsdale will give a written
qiz Wednesday at 9 a. in., on the
whole of Payne's School Supervision.
Prof. Stanley desires that tlie men
who are imembers of the Choral Unioii
ho present at Frieze hall at 7 o'clock
this evening for rehearsal
The commoitt(e appoJinrted by the
senior law's to draw up a constitution
for an annual publication met today
and completed their work. There will
be a meeting of the senior law's to-
morrow' to coiisider the committee.
work.
The organith le old chapel is being
nmoved out of ifs former place and
wtill be set in the front of the roonm.
A stairway leading to tto dressing
room on the second floor will be placed
in the small room vacated by the
organ.

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Clark, 'itt_ electrical engineers, wtill set
ttp a street railway motor in the pity-
sical laboraxtory shuing the C'hristiias
holidays.
For the accoltiodatioo of tie' stu-
dent patrons the T., A. A. & 1,N. .ty.
will run a spleciail tratin for Toledo
Thursday at 3 p. tu. Tlits wit give
students residing nt: Pittsburgh, Clii-
cago and other cities ample opportuni-
ty for reaching hiomie at an early date.
It is a recognized fact that thle proc-
tire court is benefiting t he senior laws
to a great degree. This fact has been
accepted by the graduate stuidents,
and they petitioned the faculty for
the privilege~ of taking part in the
practice work. The petition was
granted and the grauiates will join
the seniors in thestork, both enjoy -
ably aud profitably .
The faculty of Cornell is consideri-
ing the advisability of prohibiting in-
tercollegiate football games outside of
Ithaca, but it Is net probable that
any such acticun will be taken.

FIRST CLASS TABLE.
BANQUETS + A + SPECIALTY.
''ONQ ~123.
j X. 8T'A.33Z L,
PROPRIETOR.
G~H.WILD
IVE LEADING TAILOR
Hue thQ newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
gW COME AND SXEUS8.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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