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October 08, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.

P'OPULAR AND STANDARD
Sheet Music.
Washburn,
U1. «f' 1.
aml cheaper
Strc iiit
T3 an, s. Eito
tstriii, c (-n-i, u-.

WVE are general Music D)ealers. Have the largest stock of music good in Washtenaw county and can furnish
you anything from a Jews Harp to a Grand Piano.
W E sell the best goods we can buy, as low as close buying; careful management and a moderate profit will
admit. We don't claim, however, to "uiidcrsell all competition," for some competitor might sell at
cost, and u-c, can't pay our bills and do that.
jATFcell and recommend that class of goods which will make you a lasting customer and will nt allow any
mnisrepiesenlation to lie made about any article we sell.
XjYF valae the good will and patronage of every student in the 1'. of M. We appreciate his trade and try to
1jj carry such instruments as will meet with his approval. We give a list of somre of those and ask you
to call and look at our line.
THIE ANN 7 MBOR On.C±6 CO., 51 S. Main st., cor. Liberty.

MO OE &WETXRE i},A NOVELTY IN
ft .Min it ., aiiilStalte t.,eoi- /,:tm r .
neiio- (fWilliam st., thac e a . tWsti (n .
compillete clock of rf%' 1 1& RR 0
I PI sre f ions Stir . CrcsccutliBath Robes
Bu ( r nwnid iial heUeI V[ j1 [!jRITIILY.ADING COLL EGE: STRIPES j
New and Second Hand. 4I 1 1ltysuperb.iililuiider iir 1Nast l
il d~aein ie i ifii colt mitcimy,
Nsvti 13i01i3iarid otherm 5oceiii. i 5 cin ")fIII i Infine-woo1 tciiy, $10 lDliverced
Fine, Satioeiry, Spoiim0 Gio .ode whc hi fie. IReturnabile ifiiiisatisfactory. If
they s11er2t the Let icsii,. not founld itisoureasters',sent to u
--- j u =meitoning,, ollegeaniilcuclosmm.price.

SchaIIer's Bookstore
Formerly with George Wahr, 191
E. Washingtoi set. H-eadquarters for
everything a Student iieeds in the
line of Text-Ilooks. Statioiiery aiid
Misellaneus Stocuk ini general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 IE. Washingtoii st., oiie Miock
S east of Alain st.

Call and see us before purchasing.
7- C. STEBBINS,
OA[ Will caill fori uniT deliver woirk
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
FLAG PINS $1,50.
_- Yellow and Blue But-
tons f6oe:
'With U. of M9. or the
year 75e.
WM. ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
,Second Hand Books,
College Text Books,
Law Books,
y{ Medical Books,
.st clit rate prices at the
SItJt1)IEjFS' B19(T9RE,
S~rTIlESTREET'.
Bargaims in Statiomiery anid Note
Books. special reductiomis this week
on K. <S;Is.'s IDrawing Iiistriiments.
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING
and Sporting Goods for tlie snew
gynmnasiiim.Cosuc aiid see us. We
are tlie largest dealeis in the city
and iiui prices ore (lie lowest.
SHEEHAN & CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
MUSICAL GOODS
AT TE
STATE STREET MUSIC S101RE
Cheaper than anywhere else in
thme Country.

~ ST (eit a& RESCN I LLS CO1. (., I'iiimma I'mPa

LAMPS!

LAMP S!'

Alaki' no mistake'. Douyouuwiaist a lnip? We can
variety sod give you lower prices thasn any house iii limit
An exaiminastion of our stock deiiiiistractes that it
aiid most improved laisip mmade. 'l'liirty-tmruee yearse
Lampi Busiiiess is wvy dl soimething. lauy if us aiid bet t
ID EllA IN & 00'
44 South Main Street.

L.AMP S 1 -A.E. MUMMERY' S,
chow y.oli giioit 4- KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
iiiaiket. -1 AND CLEAN.
cointaiins ltie'test 3We'twill lhelp you wills "
Xlierieiice inihi ; ri
lie tiemilit if ii. 'rimh
C lt
ens, '92 lit, is in-ic FINE TOILET SOAPS
('ols-ge., 0tiol,; , ND SPONGES. .
S NEW DRUG STORE.

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Prof. Mechlemo lectures Inoi'lwou11
classesstoday iiid Tiesdamy.
'I'me uitor laiws ill t1 ractici- iiiit-
blll hils aftersiooimat -4 o'clock.
'fhe auditorium of tli ii' libolisl
church 31ill be opeiieil 0011 Smidlyi.
Miss Carrie IKirtlamu, '9)4 lii:, in
teaching iii liii school of ltooii'eiill,
Ohio.
Greenleaf, ('arr, I. Freud and iRichi-
arts hav-,'ble-ciaImken lto thueItaininmg
tabile.
Prof. J. 11. Davis will u-hAivsr ti
openinig address before the -.nlnieu'r-
iiig Society Inest Primdayr eveinsiat
S o'clock in thie chapel, 'Mlinm Hall.
'The Illiiiois stuidenits met list Sai--r-
dayimorning unit orgaiiizeila l lian-
cit miiiot relict by electiimg it. .. ier,
u-f Joliet, jude;lg r. Ande-esmn s o-s
cciii, judge; G . .Daytoniif lDat'

' hlis Pasiiliis'1'i'
.I 5riichiie il'i-iiI (

'The Iniamna cuot iitg izic ied
fiii busiiness Saturday iioining.t i IAIFred- FII fl
crick tandicswAvs electe u preoii isme + i~ : .rv rn
judge. The first trial -will b l Ii lit IIU UI"ILR1I
si-xt Saturiday mninig. SrTO P
tenn Know-lion gave tlu' first of Isis 4 .M I T E T
si-rim's ifleturue s onlthme "'f'ii 1sMiluad __________________________
Laiws iif miss'tis at thesi'tiiii'ofr n
fCurist," ii t i-le'muiversity class of lii'hehu
First Batupist Suniday schooii yesterdahy.
'there will lie a h'uil t iii aliii Arnnr icn oUrii
i-hun-li sociabule at theUli ~iiliilau IU U
i-uhtiiiiloniglif. A geneitunvitaiois
is mxtended.tAfr. 'sl. as Wioklewill
guna sortmiii-ut o hi siimiuS ii Cormier Ws'atington at., amid
Itersiamy. Ashley at.
Quite a dmboler of bicycle Itips Rates $2 a nd $3.
u-ere takens tast sumomser by students
liviig mear Amim Arbor. One p.ar1y

I

.Iily lT'la..,clash.. nit.ee. AJbmitirr fromus:Marshialt, Itich., miade a trii tio ~ ' ~
Hisal alls, andilanoteiir visitset tie
t'lmssss-llcIlL.sherff."Windy City-."
Mirs. BoenisNaumamnn, nec tarranit, Thcjiielas ihtuk''iulf ucm O
'761 lit, is in tlie city emgaged iiilter- risilelica im earnst thihs wect ,aiidt uill
ary wvork. fMrs. Naumanmn resigmned heton- eiir feotlliteams3rgamiccd it G . iI. '\W'iL.I
lier pesitiomi at time head of the gr's a few, days. Th'Ie members isf theu' a~s;
clasical achooel, Indiamnapolis, isanus- imnerstedin imfootball mii mu" 'IfurTlE IA
her of ;years csicoto go abroad for Izcieti fenesa u-n'. TilL LEIA'U*lNG u~lLO1
study. She spent some lime in Leip Chairmsan Ihuhm of thse eeusrnstte 5Hs h ewettaladnit
zig, prsuin the tudy f Ger a ss5 yell, recently elected by tim Jun- Woolens amid largest stock in (lie
literature at ltme unhversity,. and sifter ior lawys, has requested ill mi'imbers city. You can get amiy selec-
exttemmaycEuropeamn travel imarried 1i5 of lime class wise will do so Ls-%s rite lion you are looking for.
Berlin, w-here she nosy has her hoeme. out a class yell and baud the c-ame C M AN SEU.
Durinmg lier stay here Mrs. Nfaumamis to isimo or somu othser iumenler of lime Cll E S
will give imntruction in languamges. coummsittee. 2 E. Washington st., near Mainw

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