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October 06, 1896 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-06

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-DAILY.}

FEverything ,WE WANT TO,
KNW YOU.
a We wereu
Ifor the 'Gym i Musical Iij
'HOW IS 'TFE
or'Bath
Turkish Bath Tow- Without giving you thee
~ Big : What mnore can we do?
Sels, Sponges, Soap, Rub-
Sber Claps, Flesh Brushes,
h7t c.
QUALINTK~PHARMACY,.
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,A I
Canrfurnish you with atfist-.ss utain
Pen. 'en ansdtkin;repairing a specialty.
--GIV EH-IM A CA LL.
P O -RA e ig---Special rates to Scalors at and Fancy
.:Berrym an's
6 E. Huron Street. XVAGI\IIS
Ant onT9eufel, MEN'S FURNiSHiN(
trunklValises, Dress Suit Cases UNIVERSSITY NOT
ANIL) i E1a-1s1S0 E . t7 D'r . FA -u"lhiis, 'itMl.
Trunks and Valises lRpired Neatly and
Cheaply. Na 5i. AMain at. lIe1dicilis- at Motulaie.
All nitiitlers of thliiiIly
..ET~s 7 1) nctcts in Roma :.Wedne
STATE STREET TAILOR, 1)wrinkle, No. 1 Iof the nAfl ieo- ilb u h is )1
Scotch and English Suitings wi-ek.
and Tronserings.'fisiToight. 'It S o'clock.
Hail. Mass s its Iitt-of cve
The Name the Guarantee Ierese-ids i Atlie.
A. 13, SPALDING3 & BROS. i8 atsliossefoosill trf
Th TTarsgest manufactarers and dralers in (,oniieiiY t(-hsessay alud
the,.stand. f i;-wo- 1 10 .-dv vr .

YOU WANT TO GRAND OPENING
KNOW US. O
uncertain what you wanted in the
ne so bought accordingly.
sc yea want in renteor buysa Piano we have it,11
TT If you want so buysa Guitar Pee we have it1k L G T X O K
A Good Xandolin for $3.75.
A Good Banjo G3.65. AT THE
A Good Hsarnonica"C .10.

earth,
ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.,
21-23 E. WASHINGTON ST. - ANN ARBOR.
Wwiwllsendneceipt
niofn0 aten aple to
e nyarese. roiesa {
~~i5trrPi st pound, 40 etf
Ps pi~tneioiie ee
s,~Stet JutOtNWieBdes ok
rBosomrs........
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21 SOUTH MAIN STREET.

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as- esslsssse,
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lista-s rs',5y
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Frsliayiof

Coipete Catalogue. Pats and Winter Sports
Wailtene.Official FoetballideSn.edited
by.T fier(lamp, 10 cents.
TFOOTBALL SUPPLIES
EVERYTHING FOR THE PLAYER
Cans and Molestin lace frmut Treusers
and ,rackets, Shoen. Steckings,.I.5erseys, Shin
Gu.sants.Abdemen Supporters, Head Frotec-
torsand Mrrill's NoenMSank.
SILRJNS rMIlu INTERNATIONAL [0OT Batt
Olialty adopted by tse Intercellegiate
F~ool Ball Asseclasien cer the fifth censecu-
tivenyear s1896}.
A. 0. SPALDING & BROS.,
New Fork, Chicago, FPhiladelpia.
M ETING OF GRAND LODGE, F. &
A. M., CI NCINtiNATZI, 0OHIO,
OCTOBER 20-22.
Agents of Ohio Central Linies will sell i
ticets October 19 end 20 at one fare!
for round trip from all points in Ohio,
good returning until October 23.
Tihe Ohio Central "Lines are running
clid vestibtuled tgains, from Detroit
an d Toledo to Cincinnati, without
change. 17
.A-NUAL CONTENTION BROTHER-
HOOD OF ST. ANDREW, PITTS-
BURG, PA., OCT. 14-19.
Agetnts of Ohio" Central Lines will
soII l tcets at one, fare for round trip
O~cober.12 13 and 14, good returning
'until October 20. 16

gus ais sooin as iss-siticastlo.
t'rofessor 1.,Pes. instrislor of
Germaan here last ys-ar, swent to Stasi-
son, Wtis., Septembiler i25,to laeceptl 51
issisist is rofessorslhipsof CPerisini
lihi tUniversity of Wisconisini.
George A. Daissn, ").5n-iso is assa-
cialed with B. J. Ariiols . aprasminent
consolting electrical enginseer in Chi-
cago, has been selectesi Ia take cebsisge
of the classes ,fn eleelrciiy aud ini-
chine design in the Y. _lI. C. A. even-
ing college of that city.
Twvo old -wings froiis hePhi- omse-
iopathic and detntal , buildings have
been nmoved to a place osidway be-
tween these tnwo buildings, and ited
up for stables. Two toais, nwhich at-s
to be bought and usedi in hauling real
for the University will be kept there.
The general history class orgattized
Mlonday morning wilth between 125
and 150 members. 'Mr. Dixon, the
successor of Mrt. Dow during his leave
of absence, will follow the sanme gen-
eral outline pursued by Mlr. Dosv.
Twenty-five cents was asked of eachi

membesissrnith wii-h i issoris-.sl ocis
wsill Is- lsslssliass-ulsantdssll-s toi tie
gust-sal librairy for c-hiss refeence.
AiV. iS. Dsffsiilssigls. ix'-l, assissisi
shoi 1 edtiitssr onlieCiicagosInster-
Oceain, is hs-se-gsssls'rissg osaterial far
a neiltc-sitsof she fecitisli is-am',Il~e
is misitisi a toutr of ths sesterns cot
li-ges. cnining iere- fromsiselIiinFiser-
s ities of Wiseosn sandsilMinessia..
1-romsilisee he goes to IPsrduse.
AT THlE GRAND OPERIA IHOSE.
Dentman TPhanspson, recognizing the
fact that for the psrotper prsesntations
of ann actor story oii the stage-for,
after all, a tragedy. comsedy or drama
is nothlinsg more or less tuh thatus-
telligensee and correctnsess is regartis
situations, st-one and costutme are ab-
solustely necessary. has so staged his
chiarmsing chartacter stiuly, thiit thse
namie and faine of "The Old Home-
stead" is knsown thirotughsout tie land.
At 'lie (liansiOpsera tlotsse, ionighst.
Waoted--A younog titnn-ho spe.aks
Germnt to teaeci for isis roosmi tos
isoard. Also t yotung tian ws-li can
plly te pliaoOfor lanciig.-5 Wash-
tenan-lavenue.5
Agents - Large eomniiissions, ion'
pt-iced goods; every ibody needs thieii.
Free satisples eel-I the goods. Big
mioney for turn sod womni. joy
iteinedy Co., Ann ArborMInchi., Gen-
eral Delivery.
LastLady's three chtains geld brace-
let with padlock. Finder will be re-
wardod on returning to 35 E. Mad-
1000 St.5
Subscribe for the Daily.

STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE, STATE STREET.
We have at large stock of New
and Secondhand Law. Medical,
Froncs, Germian, Greek anti Latin
Text Bosoks, which we wiil sell to
stndents at lower prices than ver.
1dole Cork and [ecture Paper
by the poulnd l5c, 20c and 25.
WatermansIdeal fountain Pes
Everyone warranted or ioney
refunded. Drawing Instru-
nscnts and Dsasing" Boards.
Sheehan(& Co.,
PROPRIETORS.
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
LAW 1IBOOKS!
Buy all yen can afford for
present and future nse at our
Lowest Prices!
We shalt he here for a few
days only . . . .-
Callaghan & Co.,
LAW PUBLISHERS. CHICAGO.
At Schleede's, 50 South State t.
ALARM CLOCKS!
Good ones that are
warranted.
$1.00 $1.00
WM. ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
FREDERICK J. SCHLEEDE
UNIVERSITY BOOK BINDERY.
Rinds Seeks rem i5 cents upward.
sells Solid Goeld Foutan ens cr $1io0, and
3ibs of inen Paper fee 0 cets
50 5. STATE .ST.
MUSIC STUDIO.
PIANO AND COMPOSITION.
R. H. KBMF
Frees Stuttgart Conservatory, ermany.
22 S. DIVISION ST.
GRuAND COMMJANDERtY NiGHTS
TMPLAR. DAYTON. OHIO.,°
OCTOBERt 14-10.
Agents of Ohio Central Lioes will
sell tickets October 13 and 14 at one
fare f or round trip, good retumning
until October 1. The Ohio Central
Lines are running solid trains fron
Detroit ad Toledo to Dayton and in-
-cinnati without change. 12
Dewey. Of the course offered, two
Delivery Free Today.

.i.../A M FP S That have perfect combuetion and do not
emoke or esmell:
The New Rochester, The Yale, The New Royal, The Perfec-
tion Student, The Princess Student, The Empress Student, all
nickel plated, with latest improvements. We sell what we ad-
vertise and guarantee quality of goods and are never undersold.
DEBAN & COMPANY.
44 South Alain Street.

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