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October 24, 1894 - Image 4

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THE U. 01? M. DAILY.
I 1-I £HARRIS HALL, T E SIMPLEX PRINTER, ~aIr 8oso~
CA ALTYPEWRITER jj~ A new invenitioii for ciupliratinlg____
- -- ----._. G 2(i 8 _1 Formerly with George Wahr, 19

The Magician
Will give one of his cleligetitil

E. Washincton ef. H-eadqnarters for
everything a. Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Mfiscellaneous Stork in general.
MARTIN SCHALLER,
-- I THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
Frma ;itO tanorinay crwlt 19 l'. -Washington of., one block
opti pits i ec. nts todned east of Main St.
coi1 o tpwrte 01110itsw-dae

TttY r I 1;.T nlt oE EtCi ~ i fnthe ( Mfagic, iutliand L~ys ery. A . -VM R 'S
S 1, hi iii el 2i ; snto sc ric*. __IAWTO N & CO., .-.-UNER'S
Simpte; Durable; Writintg ha Sight; ADMDISSION 50 CENI TS. 20 Vesev St. New Voik : KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
Pernanenat Alignmenct; Instantly = - - - AND CLEAN.
Chaangeable Type. F. 0. STEBBINS, X Wn wl el yt it
J. S. PEARL, Agent, " W ii1hepyuNit '
i5f'1 si1itu5~A nA br l lilh lt- Tooth g'-g
. ... . x - L L . Li(ui WlliI
>c Iin ctijtoi o____ o(FINE TOILET SOAPS
tR ItI-tkll Vii t CAit~l,it for $i3 for $ 2. . SUNDAY' DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, AND SPONGES.
, TS:A t;. 1.'hn o.1.'Il eIsadctra, -dn,< h EW DRUG STORE.
- , ~~SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1 t tjttir eu tera vii illpitltitidI, .'Y ACY434.i
SLA PNS I 01 2o 1 tor otti r T i>t at Iit y tit
___Ot. S STAE STEET.W. H. LEWIS, Prop.
Yellow and Blue But-Z'S
tons 60c. N rteMR\1 ANNIE 'WARD [OSIERS ST.
TIlEI
year T5c. 'oca FINEST RESTAURANT' 46 S. MAIN STREET.
AS__ Danctng and Delsarte.
W. ARNOLD')S, Jeweler. Thr d 5c tstttttpetnttfist week inNtoetlctber tnAtitArboit1'tMOORE & WETMORE
461 S. T -' SATTUFWsm itaeltial. 2FUroli 6 CS. Ala of t.,and Stall st.,cat'
fr) IIfhll IIhh~lB~~rf~f Tll, IriAg- i - er f AWilliahm st.,toveot

JU.W N A A E ' IAL HN A Second Hand Books, JII WI' IIrLilI U UiI b b t,
College Text Books, Sweaters teoneasnre, alt colors, woolen, $3. Sox, all wool, fast colois, 1lit
Lawe Books, Linen Shirts, made to measure, 75c. Tailor Node Snits,
Medical Books, 25 per cent under Ann Arbor prices.
it ceit rate lances at the Avoid jobbers, and whaolesaler's profits. Suits $10, $12, $15, $10,
{,, ni a do to order. OFFICE, STATE ST. NUSIC STORE.
STy~S.IUSfh~ LAMPS!. LAMPS! LAMPS!.
STATE STBEET. Make c noistake. Do you want a lamp? W'e cute showvyonu.a gieat
Bargaiiis ini Statiotnery atad Note variety and give you lower prices thoan any hoonse in this market.
Books. Special reductiont this week An examination of our stock demnnstrates that it containis te best
on K. & B.'s Drawing Instrutoents. atid mtost improved latipimaude. Thirty-three years experienice in the
We have the best. Lamp Business is wvcrth sotnethoitng. Boy of us andc get the lienefi t of if.
'SALOINC'S ATHLETIC CLOTHING 1D OOISN&IIMP A.N7Y
and Sportliog Goods for the new 44 South Main Street.
gytmnasiutm. Coteoan id see us. IWe
ate the largest dealers iiitthe city UNIVERSITY NOTES. Titi work 01' htyingliii' ruingoi
and our prices arefloe lowvest.tiakith tttaoltit.ttiOt1
HEEHA N & CORI tlS A. Smth,'04 ltt isprintcittalitf tproblyb'le compttleted illtthree otat'u
Woeaeholesale and Retail BlooksellerS The stenior is will probaly h oltd The seitor. dental class mieets l'ioTtu-
a caucus next Fridiay, Oct. 2('. tdty itottttin t t ockock ito the It'-
F ~ j I NNASTR.NATIONAL BANK. . t. 1 letin, '(t2 pjairta, is worktig notatioiiroom for thei eleetotnof
OrizedN.ARBORfor liesfather at (Cielsea,Aieti. officers.
capiti,,510,000. CSurptus asd Ptefits, $40t000. It.A. Mtchaels, ff1 loowe.arrhvedt 5's'Theteagnrlbnigbsns.a trte ftotr heriottit sftudents in
Foeig exchageti bouhtiatn idsoltd.Furtisoh ftrdtay andtidlol takework sitthihis the detntoiltdepalrtmietandtwoattfroto
letter ofetcredit.
P. BtAdCH,Ices. S. T. CLARKSON, Cashtier. class. Switzerltand. Biothi of the lattertr te
.22 Years in the Businesses''O IreiltfAigl oilgitt ea-graiduts of thelietatitl colliges of

IJNIYEBSITY TEST BOOK!
New and Second Hand.
Note Biooks anatteesStudets' Supplies,
Ftine Statiicoery. Sportingi litotid, etcwhc
stey offer at thc Litwcot Prices
Calf and see us before purchastng.
MUSICAL GOODS
AT TOE
STATE STREET MUSIC STORE
Chaeaper thatn anywhoere else ito
floe Country.
Corner Washingtoni st., atid
Ashaley of.
Hates $2 and $3.
'PSERCIATWI123.
WL. STAE3LER,
ROPRuIETOR.
-.1H. WILD
IO[ L[ADING JAILOR
Has the newest Fall and Winter
Woolens and largest stock in the
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
OFWCOME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washington st., near Main st.

CITY LAUNDRY,
MX M. SEABOLT, No. 4 N. 4th ave.
FOR FIRST CLASS MEALS
TRY THIE
'ELITE DINING PARLOR
Cor. State and Liberty sts.
EDWARD LEWIS, Prop.
nearders Wtated.
Miss Hattie Long,
Guitar, Mandolin and Banjo,
69I Miller ave., Ass Arborech~ll.

tioti tolith ttmeobers of ftefacoulty
Thursday night, Oct. 25.
Dr. Bighati wilt gh'e his Psychlotgy
class a worifteo review' Thtursdaiy on all
thit work (lotte this semester.
AV'. D. Johinstono will speakh at Nisw-
berry Htail next Suttntay mnornitng ott
"The'Voltunteer 'Movemoent ?Missiono."
A1. 1Knlp, 'f6llIaw', president of the
Prohibition Cluth, atidrosed a ttrohtI-
hitten ratll' at North ruke last ntightf.

Gentva.
'Tle iunior law' antd fres i l t otl~
tiams inohtetd tiplatmi!itt abci lttler
for an fhourstractice yesterdtay. 'T'hey
o- P!tteet on the eaotittousiaii oft 4
o'clock thids aftiroont.
If.thtesweathier is fotvorable there
awill be two gaittes of dutbles pltiyedi
ott the tenntis courts today. Otto will
be played between Chiickering and Ale-
Kenze, Gale atnd Herrick. The other

W". W. Griffin has gone to Chicago between Prescott and Seabury, Joc-
to join the C. A. A. eleven. Ie will elyti and Wilbur. Sette second class
play witht thenm on teir eastern trip, singles will probably tlso bte played.

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