THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
In the Clothing line are the famous makes of
HAMMERSLOUGH BRO SUITS AND OVERCOATS
46^1- THE STEIN BLOCK CO .'S S IS A L O E C A S
Made by these celebrated makers are models of beauty, latest of styles, perfect in fit, made and trimmed in the very best of manner.
A GUARANTEE GOES WITH EVERY GARMENT.
We are sole agents in Ann Arbor and Guarantee these goods to be the best made and best fitting the country produces. We allow you to take
these goods home on approval or to other stores for comparison and if you buy and are not pleased when you get home, come back and get your
money. We return it just as cheerfully as we take it.
Our store is not filled with cheap goods but in Fine Suits and Overcoats we show two to one to any of our competitors.
Come in-We are Bound to Please You.
221 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Lindenschmitt & Apfel
PIANOS FOR RENT
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
205-207 E. Washington. HQALLER'S Alarm Oloc] s 0. l. MARTIN,
(WARARANTED) FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
.n.x--- JEWELRY STORE ARTEmbalming a Specialty.
$2. 00 Each. NO. 1209 FOURTH AVENUE.
ButtonsU. of M Buttons and WM. ARNOLD; LEADING JEWELER. Ambulance night or day.
V is Residence, 302 Fif th A venue.
Time Table, Sunday, Sept. 5, 1897.
Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard
NoRT. . SOUTr.
8:43 a.m. *7:30a.m,
*12:15 a. m. 11:21 a. m.
19:10 a. m. 18:05 p. m.
*Runbetween Ann Arbor and Toledoonly.
;Ruas between Toledo and Howell. This
train Sunday only. All ether trains daily
except Sunday. E. 8.GILMORE, Agent
W. H BENNETT G. P. A. Toledo O.
"The Niagara Falls Route."
Central Standard Time.
TRAINS AT ANN ARBOR.
P. M. 'AM.
Mail and Ex.....347 B., N.Y., Chi.... 8 12
N. Y. Special .. 45e Mail-. - 18
*N. 5. Limited..__ 6 45 P. M.
Eastern Ex....10 05 Western Ex.....-1 55
A. M. G. R. & K. Ex.... 5 55
D.N.Express.... 5 50 Chi. Nt. Ex...... 9 40
Atlantic Ex.7130 Pacific Ex.......12 30
G. R., Ex press ...11 10
*North Shore Limited is an extra fare train
t be a charge of $2.50 to New York than on
0. W. RuouLEs, H. W. HAYES.
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Aet.q Ann Arbor.
U.of .ShavingParlors and Bath Rooms
322 SOUTH STATE STREET.
Ladies' artistic Hair Dressing up stairs
Old friends call sgain. We welcome new
ones. R.. TRIOJANOWSKI,
Peleplsone . ANN ARBOR
+ . EtiBALMER AND
. 4.FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
Cas A;tended Day or Night.
No. 116 East Liberty Street: Residence, 335
South Fourth Ave. Phone 129.
!* THE PHOTOGRAPHER.
WASHINGTON BLOCK. ANN ARBOR.
KINDERGARTEN,1 1E.Huo St,
Call and See Us,
BROWN'S DRUG S'T ORE.
CORNER MAIN AND HURON STREETS
is the place to Register. This Register is always consulted first by the
Messengers-It's FR EB.
FCCULLTY ANNOUNCEMENTS. matics 16, will please meet me in
-RNC.Room H, on Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 12 in.
Mr. Effinger's courses will meet r.t PARTIAL DI'FFEREINTIAL EQUA-
the assigned hours as follows: Course TIONS.
1, Beginning French, Sec. I, at 8 a. in., Students desiring to elect Mathe-
Room 2, University iHall; Course 1, satics 25 will please meet me in Room
Beginning French, Sec. II, at 9 a. :n., H, on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 12 m.
University Hall; Course 8, Classic MATHEMATICS 6.
Drama, Sec. I, at 10 a. m., Roo-i 2, +Sections I and H will recite (like
University Hall; Course 5, -Critical Sec. III) on Monday, Tuesday and
Prose Writing, at 11 a. m., Room 2, Thursday, and not as anunounced on
University Hall; Course 30, Precieux Monday, Wednesday, Frdiay and Sat-
et Precienses, at 11 a. in., Room 2, urday. ALEXANDER ZIWET.
University Hall. DEPARTMENT OF P'HILOSOPHY.
I expect to be in Room 10, Tappan Students who have conditions in
Hall, each day this week at 4 . m., Course I will be examined for their
to confer with students and arrange removal on Saturday, Oct. 9, from 9
hours for the semester. I prefer not to 11 a. "m. in Room 25, University
to assign advanced credit till next Hall. R. M. WENLEY.
week. ISAAC N. DEMMON. COURSE 10.
GERMAN 15. In view of the number of conflIets
Mr. Flover will be in Room 18, Uni- with this course, a proposition will be
versity Hall, at 4 p. m. Monday to made at Monday's meeting to alter the
make arrangements with those des:r- hour from Monday and Wednesday at
ing to take Course 15 (Literatur des 3 to Tuesday and Thursday at 3.
16 jahrhunderts). R. M. WENLEY.
IANALYTICAL OH'EMISTRY. MUSIC.
Students intending to pursue I will be in Room C, Monday at 1:30,
Courses 5, 6, 7, 8 and 24 must apply 2 and 3 p. m., to meet students who
for tables before Wednesday evening, wsib to elect the courses in counter-
Oct. 6. part. PROF. A. A. STANEY.
Class in Course 4, Beginning Quai- RIrBIOGRAPHY.
tative Analysis, will meet Tuesday, Students desirous of taking the
Oct. 5, at 11 a. in., in Room B, Chemi- cons Biraphy a te
cal :Laboratory. courise i Bibliography are requested
bro E. -. BBL.to meet me in Room B, University
PROF. H. D. CAMIPLL Hall, on Monday, instead of Wednes-
ADVANCED WEICHANICIS. day, as in announcement at 3 p. m.
Students desiring to elect Mathe- PROF R. C. DAVIS.
YOUR DRUG TRADE
And will do the square thing by you. We've a good stock and we stand
back of anything we sell. Your moneys worth or your money back.
Why not start the year right by
choosing the right Laundry? See
AaLMENDINGER and BAUER,
3- EAST LIBERTY STREET.
C, He. MAJOR & Co,
The Artistic decorators
Have a complete line of
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Window
Shades, Room Mouldings, Etc. '
Specialty of fine interior decorating,
painting, frescoing, tinting and paper
hanging. Only the best of workmen
employed. Work guaranteed.
C, He MAJOR & CO,
The Artistic Decorator.
TAN DE MS!
The Largest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies at
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone No. 8.cOne door East of Ameri-
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