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October 16, 1894 - Image 4

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TH U. OF M. DAILY.
Mm [ 191E9 T F. C. STEBBINS, TZ E NE*WT=1Sc~halers 8ookstore ,
CRANDALL TYPEWRITE CID I LE wt Gog
I [IEL[.[II IYA YSLNIlC. Washingtonst. Headquarters for
Will call for a11(1 leliveir' ____inoTxtBoksSatonryand
9' pomply.SUNAY INNES A 5 'CLCK.Miscellaneous Stock in genera].
r____ MARTIN SCHALLER,
'Ie SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. thelir hadu ots whilesti, adT THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLERtewllfndnna5evr
t ' o.t rialiiy, 19 E. Washington st., one block
1202 1. STArE 1-ryIli i.h'r. W'. H. LEW~IS, Prop. east of Main st.
Th SIMPLEXont ,T p E FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
llc a :t ,t iacst~.1t"!ve THE PINTR.TRY PTHE A.E. MUMMERY'S,
Simle; 'Durable; Writing in Sfght; nco~e4 las e rn ii I afnd dduplicating ELITE DI NlG PARLOR j3 KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
Permanent Al) nnm'uxt; Isstantly PI1i 1dt+it at liitAND CLEAN.
Changeable Type. Cor. State and L.iberty st. o 9
J. S . PEAlRL Agent, 'It~ til I EI will"helpr pon+>iHair
53 E ashintion t 'tA rrrArbor, loet oae rsat o led. miTootI
-- ~~FINEST RESTAURANeT a INETILTSOP
ttt on II rrr ,t rinartty pare wirh !! i n ArI,,At tFINETOILET S A '
i any en 01 <i) 'rl can hdelle.Fifty wAND SPONGES. k
tofettttt. AU 1rWT ED. Gst''tstt.l titeit tt'i,hl1. 2 l s NEW DRUG STORE.

__

LAWTON & CO.,1 To keep posted, read the'
21) VeseySt.,New Yotrk IDaily. i-ALL[RH S J[ lng
JO0HN AN AIKU A T ILIL GIj ; LY1

FLAG PINS $150.
E = Yellow and Blue But-
With U. of Dit, or the
year 75e.
W.ARNOLD' S, Jeweler.
KS.

t

Sweaters to measure, all colors, woolen
Linen Shirts, made to measu
25 per cent under
A void jobbiers, antd witttiesaler's
tradelt to order. OFFJ
LAMPS ! LA~
alakhe itotmistake'. Io votioat
vart iety iitdilgivi' youtlowe r ticthatt
Aun exauiiaiiofottuttir stock ili
anid most ituiptroved lait tade. I
LUii Business is we rtit sotiseth ittg.

n7$3. Sox, all wool, fast colors. 12 .,c. 46 S. MAIN STREET.
ure, 75c. Tailor Made Suits, MOORE & WETMORE
rAnn Arbor prices. 65Sans. tdSat Icp
siprtofits. Site $10, $12, $15, $1e, ser of William tis., tave a.
!ICE, STATE ST. MUSIC STORE. conmplete stock ot
[PS !LAMPS ! OHIVE[SII ITI 0BOOKS!
ta lamttl? Ne t'attsittottvyttItn great New and Second Hand.
elltsttslI'it. at it cotins th best NtiiBook: , d1 sier Studets' Suppliets,
vinIt'1 te Statiiosery. Sportisoy Goods, etc., wtith
itirty-tihree yeatrs expt rietlce intihe thoioyercat itheLowesi Price'.
ilty of as atnd get the tbenefit if it. ____
-A N & C M PZ XN Y _ Call and see us before purchasing.
DIETA.S & SCHANZ,
D~r. ItLity will quiz the '7Iet s1.. .TA1L
iat () o'cloek We'dtnesdtaytmoring. V F L.''.Z1 B.
Laotestisrd best, '(yles o oign aind Ioe
F+ \. ltltek, '91 lit, 1 isi'ttetlitlgymrsie w(oitis loGfirtst andtt irtt...
tewosournteed. ticeanisg, otes ttinitn
tie Boston Titeological Sctttitct. retpairitng ieatly dose.
Watlter S Cl. liitnt'y, '9(4 denstof 48 S. Staters. Second. Fltoor, Ar'anArtess.
Sagitnavw ts the gum's)tt f ip. A. W.
H-aidles. Sundlay.t'

Second Hand Books, I D -E
College Text Books, 44 South Main Street.
Law Books, UNIVERSITY NOTES.
lMedical Books, .~ . ~ 't .~ U
il tit t te plrice t 111thesvtoran
h ) l'~ )~ isc Bernliee L. Itan , '194 lit. is
d 1I caching in Ratle ('reek.
STlA'I'1, STllRElT. The 'Varsity tbanjo t'cllb will 11111
Bargainint ttStaitionery sand Note aniothier-s'xaminationi forl'M'yI'osia
Books. tiieial ire luelioio ilthis week 7:1 p 1. ito. today in roomlli24.
00n K. & III 'ilDra.winIaI itri~nildt. tomier P. Frnssey, '114 dent, A-Ito is
We bave the best.
SPMS ATHLETIC CLOTIiNG Iod., visiteid frienidinl this 4'1y "Sen11
and Sporting (Goods for the new dIt.
gynlsasui. (onlo and see us. We Th comteilcare fte
are the largest idealer, ini the city lltIIlliiteii ilgiof(e
andI our irices are Itle lttss''st. freshmallnspread have decidedl uplon
SH EH N & O. No.2 is itetdate' for hlig h
Who le ale and Retail Booksellers Ca~ndida~te's for the '98 footbiall team
____________________________________will moeet in roiomi9,t.ULiiversity Ileall,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. this tafteriioon at 4 o'clock for electionh
tOF'ANNS ARBlORl. ofapIiermant~enit captlinliand tiherli'bus-
tiraited tel0.3.
topisat,0,00teil. 1doplils adosis', $40,000. ilie5S.
Trlttlslts as ettertil baenking business.
Fors ,cig.tshtigts bt-litiid s old. I isli Satutrda~y's galte will iiot be withl
lettesof ccidi. teD .Cbtwt h lcia
I. RiATI, Pets. S. W. iLAIIESON, Cash ier. .Cbtwthteailla
22 Years in the Busiess - : Military Academty iiistead. It will bei
interesting as gii'ing us a liner on the
CIiTY LAUND Y, tamVitprvmet The meimbership itf the Choral
Usosonpromisssto hoecivin larger than
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.ls is Tv unrdaiitte
1" 14 l_┬▒EL"V cad II~\...'i 'Lov1e alrea dy been filled.. Mot e
Represents Every Depar tment tenors 'is altos are neetded. Terti-
of the Univers. pr I secats will be Zsobti I Tuesilad-
$2.60 PER YEAR. wnn

Thie'numtber ofJiniortlaw mntshttou-
iigu otfil'ootball pr'ac'it ichs beeii
rather smatlll so far.
Ferbetrt, half asid enidloncilist year's
'lev"'n, hais retursned soilwill 1'(' out
for practice fromn nowi-onl.
.MisisLola Helen Conradl, claiss of
'113, was starriedl t ialp1dmit. Allenl,
ct'sss of '92, of the fiet of Ball
Allens, Chicago. Tuesday, Oc. t. tt
the htome of thie britde, iS S. Ingalls

Corner Washinigton st., sitd
Ashley sI.
PateS $2 and $3.
'-PHTONO'E123.

stST E3E.
Thte many friends of Sirs. Lousisa

Trueblood, mtother of Prof. Trueblooi,
iil Tbe pained to learn of her tdeasthi,
which ofeurred at Whittier, Califtor-
nia, on Friday last. Mirs. Trueblood
has resided in this city for lie past
eight years and left osily' dice iiots
ag~o for the Pacific coast, IlepinnIllere-
by to regain her failing ti('litlli. he
was loved by all who knew lter aind
will be sadly smissed. 1Prof. T'cste-
blood and family have the sympathy
of the entire student body in tbis tisne
of sore bereavement.

PRIOPRIETOR.
G-. HI. WILD
IH[ LEADING JAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
W COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

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