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June 07, 1895 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1895-06-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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A. G/ SPALDING& BROS . A New Camera!
Athletic Supplies. ICYCLES / -
BASEBALL, LW ENS .J ii
GOLF ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH GRADES. I _ft i arin~dsprort n iyl ul nte olrgrls fpie
Dloot beiducd topavumoemoney for anuinfteior whee1l. Ilsit o
Uniforms for All Sports. havlinthelie Woo Hey. Built and gtarattteeq by the Indianaicyycle to.,M
atmitllion dollartoterni, whose bond is as oood as gold.
RIDEE SPALDINC BICYCLES- 21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75, DnoQrH.JB OW ,E c sie.gt. --

IANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE H O W "r' o iEC4

SENT FREE.
"NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILADELPHIA,
MOORE & WETMORE
6S. SMaln t.,btand State st.,cor-
ner of William st, have
full lins of

Flour is gc
Eat Tomat
3 POns1
3Poum
3 Poum
All goo

AA 0-41-

44'S outh Xtamn Street.

. "U1"111G V Faculty Concert.
BASE BALL AND TENNIS GOODS 'rite recitlity 1Mr. JolnSas 111;111 ht
AND HAMMOCKS ilt thfuiiltycoicetlseries, Wits s(e11
fobt lt iid. 1to1 Il ususal tte plaintgo
'Gft Books for Commencement. al'pasleTe l ii ti1'nil iptetitivi
futttlly 1)to thiii11:i11itanidatrl of excel-
Call and see us before purchasing. I( Or. intaittliedin.lBtiles'eoncte todiut-
G. IHI. 'A1IIILD. otisot t d ieesol'iifillet]for fbit'
THE EADNG AIL R i iii is-of iii ' pis'fio'iii'r'oso~il iipow-
THE LADU TAIL R its is saotaster of thiii strutn2ent.

and Importer has received the
largest and most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '95 in
the city, and would be pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
E. Washington st.. near Main.
SWE ATERS
T~ or X~en and Boys,
4 HANOKNI LAMB'S
inObLac, SWNEATERS
iblcnavy, white,
garnet and graty,
for Boys, up to 32
inch sizes,
For Men, all sizes,
$2.00.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPH IA.
'Sweaters
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-AT
Slieelian &Co.'s.

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'liii pro-t'aiii leglillwithlia1largoitil
Sait-Stinis, hnd beside,' thils incledt
worksbsyts le os'i'tte, Ctiitil, Stilt-
mann, Scarlt, iLi'el itizy, SWotglto',
Lszt andiRuinseino'i. 'T'e last of
b11llOe t 0011 lit Titt fr they pris entL
The Lewis Collection.
uacy tof tt' lit' Ihenry IC. Lewis, of
tory 1to'eminigftttito Ann lArtbtor.
Thei'extIlt tCollec'itill ceolci~stO of
ovelr sevetnihuntrled 1 a0ting't~fs an
ofteredi for itwo of lte pilitliig.'fill'
albovei' 350,000O, anti the Ullilo ity
ran cotlgraitilte itself tiion thea
pirineelyt giftI. Till' only regret to lie
miadie is t11at sse,"hatveuatoytfttno, up-
iiroprtiate, placel't10 piltit. 1Foir istswhile
the co.'llctiont swii lo'astoredin;110the
are irt ptroof.
More Library nooks.
Another valnable itoice of books
itas just 111n11receosed frominl ngianil.
Atong 01111e0stiight bo e 11ntione d
forty-sixsoillus of tt' Englishli ls-
torical Mattustripts, Comsion'sotosil
polio, ill third s-oume of 1110 irthttO.
lation of Wo,,n 'c$'s ssorks as sveii us
tsso 5010t11111'of OliiiEtnglis Popular
Music, by Wilt. Chappell, ssilh be of
iiiterest to thtose itttereooii'd in 1110101.
Six. volumies of the wsorks of John
Knox, by David Laing togeotier swith
a large n umb r of scientific hooks are
among ftse rest.

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ONOM[IZE . TEE HAW 5K-YEJR,
ping up. Tomatoes are going down.
oes. ill accommoda te afo05ex n i od
is Greenwood,753cenits per dozeti. siiiiuiitiided tit oll adctl Itii. 1 Ha-silatoes
do Peninsular, 85 cotts per 110001. ictnt te uwedtiithot anyextraiattaci.hments.
do Riverside, ff3 collieper dozett. PRICE $9
d Fresh Goods.
00MP&.-NY-Includitng Sunlight t i mfil1exi p sosures.
______________________________Settd foe Ctaloguteidesteribitigall hitids of
Camtierats and Accessories,
Honor Orations.
The Blair Camera Co.,
ITil t' iirsity Oratoicial ossoi- 47 ruotS.BsonMa.
I iotn have5't;ust fstid a sixty-lot- tsgl 41TrostS.,Bsu iu.
iostso tf thi' ttli'i'tsity of '11ill., 111L.
tratoriclal lDissoclationt." ATttoois Slustraed ivth phF4 /~grI E o
A. C. (tortilt y, .. iR.bsrioIL.(A. AT
TLotog, F. '. Saiiler 1a11nd. IT.I Mays. A. B. MUMMERY'S.
it 00115 tile orlti 11ii O tcntltinsO a is-
tot-it of the assoeiautionte ithiagi
alumnlitietllan ttd ioigrapiets of tilt NEW ART TILE SODA FOUNTAINS
fouraboe-nanc~ getlemn..TheIre Cream Soda. Vernor's Ginger
trtrionsttts litl sh et'ar "Qtto Wair- Ale, an~d all poipular drinks.
tltiar,"SA. (B. Goily, "hAitrio MiiiA,. E. MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE,
tialiotti," J.IE. tioberts, "Growstht of Cur. Fourtth Ave. and Washingtotn S1.
lneatti ftti totsnN.ITs.tMc uiroe, "Re HAVE YOU SEEN THE
L. G. Ltong'. "Rlahtiont of E dncationtto
iReformi"IT. IA. Neisoti, "Mniteilo
F". P. SauAle''"TAhie Spirit oft u 11111 Th stle Bicy-cle?
nrecy." B. tL.tOliser, "LiblttizitngtIn-
flouee of thet'atiiaantittitof Rei- Here nrea fewspounts tworthicoosideratiott :
liglono4," IF.IE. Chianubtilalut, "Initer- Bearings-Two points of Contact.
,nttationlm" <1. H. Mlayo, "Thoi Weights-15 to 23 Pounds.
Frames-22 to 28 Inch.
('lassi's or the Couititoners," 1. L. Tread-4 7-16 and 5 inch.
ltsgreaalt, attd"TAhuc'BanisimtottorufChtolee'of tutor, Gear.,OSadle, Pedalls, Tires
th Pein o ple," antdlaudt ,l]tar. Sameoas ttiougth umade
tho ormo J..I..Hicnia-i.. to order. See'. tatalogue Friee.
Tte boot1111is editedit it' Prof. TArtuebldut. ]D. £.IFOIF?.D, GE
it sl uaeed ointstile at liii' tooi
otoruo tilo ttuuriluig20sLast Wilim SmCtrret.
Lass'libraryt antd liod 'late mractLce
for samet. Reutontable lriee. Heuatth. ue hs s h otu alrs
loeationtit int'eloutryittodatyt. Au-
uirooAtotty,1 0t AtieletiBaik Formerly with George Wahr, 19
dres Atorny, ;ot Amricn BtikE. 'Washingtor st. Headquarters for
Bldg., Katiss City, Mo. 7,y1 everything a Student needs in the
line of Text- Books, Stationery and
There wsill be is tteettttg; of the ilt'- Miscellaneo .is Stock in general.
ilinidett of the elass of 'tI6 in fheu
chlapel Satturdbay at 2 p. in. for the pur- MARTIN SCHALLER,
isose otf eletinig a bioard of ediftois.for
ihext year's Casstaia.t1.79 THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
'97-'9S FIELtD DAY. 19 E. Washington st., one block
Enutriets to the freshuttan-sophoinore east of Main St.
field dlait, wvichieillboiteId next
'Tuesday afterntootn beginning at? 4 g.DI'" ARB~OR
o'elock, mst be htandied in bit Satur- STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
itight next to L. Hutchinsoit,197 nil- Hg ls n msi iih
ager, or H.'P. Heald, '98 mnanager.
THlE WABASH TRAINS RTAN . S. SERVISS, Manager,
Now enter and leave flue New h'uiIot 23 SOUTH' FOURTH AVENUE
Stationt at St. Louis ever the Nesv
Merchants Bridge, fthereby avoidiitg Mfembers of Guarantee Ticket Brokers' Asso-
elation of Ui. 5.
the hot, utiokey, disagronbietitle Cosby & McKeon R. R. Ticket Aec
through fist tunnel. e t c mo s. Aec
54AasftChicags. Reduced rates to nl
Subscribe for t he Daily. points. Brunch The Kihndergarten No.1
N. Mlain nt. Ann Arbor Michigan.

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