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October 19, 1894 - Image 4

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THEEIT. OF M. D)AILY.

TEZDF. C. STEBBINS, T I : z~
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER CAN0 0 A
Is 01llacouilioccboohs godl<
~ jfor ~ for $2.(J. SUNDAY DINERS AT 5 O'CLOCK.
S ATISFAC'TION G5gtNTCrrkl 13EED h it leeeidtr e whcislein Ypi liead I
a e>.t or il lly,
_0I S.STAciE STEET. c W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
'rile, oh Ili tgh c ru tole iMeee ofl Ln H Yo thUDeI
MIQiFIEp ESAUAN!Durable; Writing en ight;' eCIDacin n elsarte. ET ESAUAN
Permanent Alignent;Instantly DancAngmaArebsarte
Changeable Type. lrIciea eeeeeec ccc cc. sc e m inJrNoven Are leecc
J. S.PEARL, Agent' t liteserl, ~Il~~r,
K 0 eeAorLI
With UM.C . . 101 o .orth
. ARNOLD'S,,Jeweler.
jf lttctc tc ow vrecl cc ii-'rt
Se on oHnd.B s, c >.eriet l and gie io lwe)rt i erthsi<eccnn!'b eprkl
College Text Books, An exeet tcer icein o u lc cioetae tcli rtio 1 er
La th r .BOk, iiM.ecoroiprvetheo eeelctx ilytbre ear ectrirr 1
leilnip Iliesiliess i v itl rcceicnt . lii. iC acl e Ie leu lice 1

Schallei's Boostore
Formerrly withe George Wahr, 19
F . Wasbingtonr st. Headquarters for
everythiieg a Studet needs in the
lice of Trext-Books, Sationery and
Miscellaneous Stork ini general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19_F. WaslhingteeneSt., one block
east of Alaini St.
6 A. E. MUMMERY'S,
SKEEP YOURSELF NEAT
S ANDOCLEAN
o W'e wll help yen with .
liIre Pi
oth 15
FINE TOILET SOAPSj
AND SPONGES
ti NW DRUG STORE.
46 . MAIN STREET.
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Mclinii t.,cainelSate st., er-
nerr of 'iilliaieieSt., hacve a
eececlelee stork o
UJMYERSIIY TEXT BOOKS!
New and Second. Hand..
Doe Bole'lande coslier Seseiccee' Spplie,
Picec Statioercy. Soreestinhodetec, hch
teeyofe tt eioe.es r rce.
Call and see us before purchasing.
MUSICAL GOODS
AT 'ThE
SIAIE STREET MUSIC STORE
Cheapeer thaneacnywhere else iie
tlire(Contry.
Corener Washinegton St., sed
Ashley st.
hates $2 and $3.
'F!-mhTSII123.
XC. STAE3LERL,
PROPIsETOR
G-. H. WILD
IHE L[ADING IAILOB
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
lion you are looking for.
LWCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main s..

X.ivetcal .ooa.,
:att ecet raite trices at the
Bargaices in Stcationeery and Nore
Books. ilpeecial reductioiie this week
on K. & E,'s Dlrawing Tinstraneets.
W~e hiave the best.
SPALDINCS ATHLETIC CLOTHING
arid sportiiig Goods for the new
gymnnasiume. Coins aind see us. We
are thce largest dealers is the city
anid ouer trices arc the lowest.
SHEEHAN & CON,
Wholesale and Retail Booksellers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
tel ANN ARiBOR.
Orecaiied 1863..
Caspital, hc100,000.eSuriccus asdPeefirs, 140,000.
Trausacs< eeraecl bainebsesc.
Foeis leciceccer csbo itaidsld. Fereisic
letterseofceciit.
P. BAtH, 1iee. S. W. CLARKSOON, Cashier.
22 'Years in the Eusiness-
CITY LAUNDRY,
:DL. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRIY THEII
ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
E DWAT1RD LEWIS, Prep.
Boardeert'Wanted.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and" Banjo,
fisgMiller eve., Asn Arbor, Miich.

1I 44 South Main Street.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
tlcir. 1R. Veilnerleil, 0 lceoet. here
eed an. cii ceiceeateel heteer. N. 1
At laegnumebcler eef mioleel ciceeeleii
lvc't i'he icicleecrthis o ieel leeecre
loickers.
'fh ereecm etwecv'een Aliieoneaindithli
,cc'eeelovell wvileiot leexct Saitir-
eday, beet soetcie 'iee Novemeber.
'The e eleei ceociety meiets tlliglet at
S o'lock. ..A. lclcell spieiaks oec
"Thi e DentlePlrofessioni illI egiled"
Hacrry IE. llteiiigeer and Edmonedie
Ducbolis. fremee Uneiver'sity Of (Ge-
neevae, Scivihze'rieeie, have enrteredlthe
senioeredenielc lassc.
Rev. MIr. Ales.,eof Cliicagee. will g ive
eie aeledresic e N ery hlli Sunedaey
eecereieeat 11:15 a. eec. oene"Thle le of
lies bible ii ineoderni edurcatiion."
Saturdeay miorninog McKeeisie and
Prescott cw1i~llely tefinlelagieeof
lurst class sleegles. Theis vill be lie
mcoet interesting;g oeiie o07theetoeurnie-
mnet.
I:. 11. MaecKenzsie, ':114denteil evho hias
beeni spenidineg the sumimeeer in Jonoes-
ville, wvas len the city Wedniesday eon
his way to Oscoilei.whecre leeieiteneds
to locate.
Hlen Hunt, Jackson's "Rtanionaee
well be givene at the Hligh Schiool Hell
tonight, unuder tlie directione of Mrs.
Prof. Trueblood. The entertainmecnt
will begin at 7:45. Adinissioe 5 ceents.

'Tle iirst rceular cmoot'ing ofic
NWeneeeeieee aueit Nviill ehelidtII Sh-
Mtillanei1,111liSeetuereday iiftceelli eelat I
e'clck . l le-elee'gil, ire icivilcel.
P'resient ei ll0.1 wil 11addressm the
mieetling.
T heepr-es ld i edee'eof ee i iies
Loaee'ec1\iclem ll flereeler ecicellers
mlideltilireccho ewanet led oinitilescet-y
lee coell toetsihe Saitureday efleieceece
ueeeieigpepaeredi ioe eai)the eciteer-
eleite fee.
The remalineig lecteires on ithe Ilse ef
tie Library, b hey leeibrairiaini.ais ae-
noeuencedl feor 'toendaey eeiiiigms ilereooen
24, edcrig;Octeeber, evill not te riven.
-es thaettroomilees belen secrred tethe
te iversily (:.hee clubt.
The thiird. editioofet Pairagraphi
Writing" is being;lprepasred bey erof.
Scott aiievl ciibe ready feerhere Ity
Cbristmeas. Ill is also at wvork on the
third ediione of the "Ihetorie Taeblet,"
which cvill be otine a freldys.
Electioni of officers eef the U. of -i.
Proibitieonicleib takes tplaethiseven-i
ing at 7 o'leock shearte in rooi 12 of
tur Lacybleinleg. All studeents ef
itiattbelief ire lergedi to hIbe1)rr-eit.
Newc stientees will ibe allowed to cole.
Senior lawvs will be queizzeed on ('eon-
stitutionial Lacy nettcveek. Recita-
tionescvill begin at S a. ire. Secirns
wviii recite as follows: Sec. 5,_\onday;
Sec. 4, Tuesdlay; Sec. 2, Wednesday;
Sec. 3, Thrsday, and Sec. 1, Friday.

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