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October 25, 1894 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1894-10-25

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

m z1 -P.
CRANDALL TYPEWRITER
ine on ly high traide Machine on the'
Markert solatIaRas oalerie
Simple; Durable; Writing in Sight;
Permanent Alignment; Instantly
Changeable Type.
J. S. PEARL, Agent,
5'iRWaolijeglon 5t., Ane Arbor,'11th.
M1_ STATE,-IABFR,
Ot-eiclci 11 W.Walie)-ole ci 'II e\o.8
VocecSI . C' . 1:i., 'Phone No. 51.
. FLAG PINS $1.501
"Fellow and Blue But-
tons 60c.
With U. of lM. or the
year 75e.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.

HARRIS HALL, THE SIMPLEX PRINTER. 11 ,SchaIers Bookstora,
T Oct. M A new inv ention for duplicating coiesofritngsanddraitgs
R, Formerly with George W~ahr, 19
_____F. Washington si. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
j J j line of Text-Books, Stationery and
R a 1 r it 9Miscellaneous Stock: in general.
The MaicianMARTIN SCHIALLER,
TI-c M gican,_ __ --_THE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
Will give one of hils deligetful fIom ac orionle ancorincry ptepec aith l9OE Washington et.. one bloek
entertainmnents uiu ally pen,, 101101op1es cn111 l d. fif 'ty es flli t
'opies if typewitermanuls crt r o ueued es fMi t
Magic, Mirth and Mystery. ofi wcrk. AGENTS VAN i I). _____________
___- AWTON& coA. E. MUMMERY'S,
ADMISSION 50 CEBNTS. 211 N esev St., ew York . KEEP YOURSELF NEAT
AND CLEAN.
F. . SEBBNSTX~~EWe will help you with
ail ABp~LLYA
Is selling (2011)011 lbtoks good Y icATI ltFIl.NE TOILET SOAPS
folr $3 for $2.~5. SUNDAY DINNERS AT 5 O'CLOCK, AND SPONGES. I
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED thelirlheadquarlter' ls wiSle xl ____________ tid____ -
________ tlker tel'C lly will fn e , a= evf111
s. STAIR luousucT.W. H. LEWVIS, Prop.ffL ~~t [R
MRS, ANNIE 1WARD [OSIER'S sTTDZE j]\TTI5.
Dac.i nd el.rte FINEST RESTAURANT 46 5. MAIN STREET.
Fo' l'ulrenquiroeeeflb.eteslend6ll C I S-m" S Al 11101.MORE & WETMORE
'0.6 S_ Sr A!T'E S2'- l(rieitrl.lE. 111111 ct 6S. M1ain st., ad State st., cor-
neu of \Willi110st.,have 1
LAMPS ! LAMPS ! LAMPS! comoplete slotk of

Second Hand Books,
College Text Bo(
Law Books.
Medic,
at clut rale prices al
S'-TATE STREE
Bargaiune in Stationery
Books. special reduction
on K. & Es Drawing Inst
We have the best.
SPALDINC'S ATHLETIC
and Sporting Goode tor
gymnasium. Come ands
are the largest dealersi
and our prices are tile los
SHEEHAN &
Wholesale and Retail 11
FIRST NATIONAL
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capitol, $1010,0010. Surplus and)1
'transctics 11griers) bans
Freigsr)ecehaniescboughtuand
letters of credit.
P. BAG)), lres. S. W. CLARK
22 Years in the Business.
CITY LAUND
M. M. SEABOLT, No. 4 1
FOR FIRST CLASSr
TRY THE
ELITE DININGI
Cor. State and Liber
EDWARD L
Boarders Wonted.
Miss Hattie I
Gunitar, Mandolin an
is Miller ave., Ans Arbhi

Make ho mistake. Do you wauut a lamp? We' ean slow yon agrea.t iiUiIiFRSiiY IXT B8~KS
ok, variety and give you lower prices thoanOaly house ini this miarket.
ok, An examinastioun of our stock demonstrates 11101 it contains the best New and Second Hand.
01)d umost improved lamup made. Thirty-three years experience ini tlle Bs'n te idit'Splc
al BokLamluIlsiness is wcrth something. Buy of uis anii get thle beriefit of' it. RotIl
Bo ksl1ine sttoneury, Slortille 0111s, etc , wichl
tteteoerateloetrie.44 South Main Street.
( (( J RECall and see un before purchasing.
,lJUNIVERSITY NOTES. ('orreetion.-'Fleh 11ihoo'Icl lpup~ils M SC LGOODS
'. Adliphi Tyrcie r,. ')4 med~it',is pte- .A'T[IlE
Olid~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~ir NoeIiiglthshm t ela. cillat lBelillan l11, but 1114thit scie
right.o'lielois ill his'boinle ii PontiaciiSTATE STR EET MU~SIC 8108RE
is this week AV. 'W.-Wilsoni, '97 meldic, who is rgt ikt tteuulrt o
trunlients. 1 llil5 u olil'' i .11 tes.
1f1,n businessiaic.1111nlow'. 1is1v'sitlit, Cheaper than anywhere else inl
friends ini the city. I .Ivt 9)lw .; i, the Counutry.
'PTIN here will be meetinig of teesenior Wseetdcpano lefre
r the new lits t11.Ii.Soera.iiteclass football teamu. fTn'e('teamwill 1rl" '

gee us. We
inl the city
vest.
CO,!
Woksellers
BANK.
'refit's, $40,0001.
log besiness.
sold. Furnish
SON. Casehier.
IRY,
N. 4th ave.
MiEALS
PARLOR
rty sts.
EWJS, Prop.
ong,
3d Banjo,
r, Rich.

iciapel for the electiooi of class officers.
(Calvin It. Rissood. '1)1 neldie.iias
bece appointedi assistat phiiysicianu of
thue icsanei'asyllumliatihis hooiue in
Potianc.
Thieue swill he a mueetinig ofthoc new'ly
e'lctedi comm~ittee of the juonior lit
class at Nessberry 111l1 next Friday
lRes'. 1-. 1). Duff wvill close his tsvo
yeros' connection swithu St. Andresw's
chiurchu swith a fareswell sermon on Sun-
lay morning next.
Mr. Devcoll, loot year's assistant in
general chemistry, luau left the Univer-
sity to accept o position in Parke
Davis & Co.'s chiemical laboratory uat
Detroit.
The senior uuedical class held a short
mleeting yesterday for. the electious of
officers. '.he umeeting, hoswever, so
postponued until Saturday, svhen the
election svill be held. 'There are sever-
al piromnuent nuembers already nien-
tioned for president. but it is hard at
present to tell sshlo has theo largest
followinog.

at 4 o'clock ech a ufterunooun.
'Thiose uteuibers of thit freshmiuauu
mledical cs s.lio lhavse Latin to muake'
uii ssilueet inltie Deuntal 5111)01-
thieatre frouiu4 1to v ouu Mondiays. Aell-
nuesdaiys 1111d1Fridasys. Iru. Sauiders,
of thie'lite'rary dteparctmienut will hlivie
chiarge of the recitaions.
Of thue 800 lockeuc iui the gymnaulsium,
All beut 15 hauv'e'be'eu sold, and 200 of(
thue nelumblerliase lieen token bt ose-
mieun. No onei ssill be allossedl thui'use
of the gyuscu 'i u o does nline5
thue locker fee. If it heconies rices-
siury, unewv lockers ssill be Guill.
Chuairmans Sasueu', o!' the junuior law
class announces the follossing 'soni-
uciteec, swho wsill report at the mleet-
log for peruuanent organization, No-
velober 3: QOu selection of chuss col-
ors-MTessrs. Lotting, oil Michigasu,
Hamlin, of WVasuilugtoll. aud 'fThomup-
son, of Kaunsasouu selection of class
motto-Messrs. Truemnui of Iowra,
Shuanon, of Illiunois, andui Lunudl of
Washington.

Aniri~caD ouse
Corner Washigton st., aund
Asule y s1.
Rates $2 and $3.
'-P=OSB123-
M. STAMM3E1L,
PRCOPRETOR.
0.H.WILD
TOE LEAI'G TAILOB
Has the newest Full and Winter
Woolens suodlargest stock in thue
city. You can get any selec-
tion you are looking for.
A ~COME AND SEE US.
2 E. Washinsgton st., near Main stl.

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