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January 06, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-01-06

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

yo di o eev at 3
s erasaUrsmspeet
wh noau orsl n
fo Ne -ea.$20 adup a
wards.

-~ IHALLER'S
__ ~_ _ JEWELRY
STORE

a,$5.00 to $10.00 gets a pretty p ,NN ..1J.As USIC CV
a good one. Fallinsrut an
aO intutos it__________________________________
a with them. Books about o oro a 9 aa" o oayov onoaow
a them for the asking. Wef w i.. sedareti
aO 0nny adres. P -ie:' o on .30 u'
0 atF U7 i UaRUG, ibuton
aALKINS'-:- PHARMACY., o d z~ '
asasanĀ® o '4aaaaai~~ai

46 S. M~ain Street.
PATRONIZE HOLMES' LIVERY
and get the best service.
Office and Stable, 32 Forest
.Ave. Telephone 106.
Branch Office at Palmers' Pharmacy
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
Capital Sleek, 55,000. Surplus, $150,00.
Resources. 51,100,000.
Oraie ne h eea akn asof this State. Receives deposits, boys and
sells exchange on the principal cties oc the.
United States. Drafts cashed uon peeper
identification. Safety depoalt hoses to rent..
OFFsCnuS: Christian Sack Pres.; W. DD.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; Chas E. Hiscocke,
ICashir:M. .1. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ofAnnzArbo
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Prelits, XdS,i00
Transacts a funeral banking business.
Foreign exchange bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
F. 15. KINNE, Pres. iHARRlISON SOULE.
Vice Fres.
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
E ;frmtfflr hanirs Mlk
sCor. Mamn and Huron Strees.
Capitai 510,000. Surplus 60,000. Transact
generai banking business.
Rt. Knurmm Pres. C. E. Unsoso, Vice Pres
FEe. H.BEtistE, Cashier.
Lowney's Chocolates.

r$

Be Sure
You're Right
On Footwear.

IF WHtrIE SHIRTS EX1AMINE OUR
ELGIN AT $1.00

r

There's lots of tricks in the trasie aged and IE
they're practiced niore than you thsink,1 Made o ,A STI SLiIN an RICHARDSON'S utIAA ere
This store talses you sure you're right and equal to an 13)0 Shirt. They arc sellers adwaes
This stoe guarantees you asafe investay ndw res
:meet of es-cry dollar you put into shoes
wselItiagodSoStrflofo hgood Shoes as prices way doswn. W agner & Co., 21 S8outh1 M ain S.t.
Good Rusbbers too, if you want tihem.

W . C. Rein hardt, JNIVEkI1TLNOTES. j Book Reviews. Hot Lunches.
42 S. Main Street. 1 he eyf oa'yclin le o~.B Wn atrle, T T L ',48 5. State St.
lisot y te De-iroit Sgulis'Nt'ys- B.iL. Thss iisllstiskis ai'r'111<s'sl ii-
SitlcilssicaIiy .1i(1is 1)u~li'po tis tos l'- ~TAKE RODME ONE
s Tribuec. rililatis'tills ro sf theksetutiti. It is ofOU
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER, F.'101.B wii5eili l d.1 ls)sls c tillintended i t 1s essted sal idi:iiil i- U.OF M"
Clan furnish you wills afirst-elass FIount-ain -'is slrtsits i'- ct itissy ifitiis ls- slj--s tc-sc e ls
P 'n. -en and Rig repsairing aosesialty. Sle;naIts itsfsss't-lt-elisigilt 't .-.o - s I i1t1o sswsrks, sssa s-ic tsrssiis SPOONS OR PINS wl e ol.
--GIVE HIll) A.. CAlL.'. -ily;iIaiiitly igs.tiefiifo t lills lptetisalinrrco -i
ECI''c-L..ISilt lltllSa ltturayiihsli-s-l -Atsttti ist WM. ARINULDi, LLiNiiiJEWELER.
P H O O G R P H S1 e lltliillttei< ti-.1 iist'ssiy i ts5.o l itti, Co S t-is. Mi 1Is i s M h ! i i A Z
'3 r ,y me S Ii i. tssslcl i llra I<1es i ssi i tit't oni 1) 5'' ttttlitis-t. IB. I... 1'is. n. I iii D1-5PIANO AND COMPOSITION.
E. Haron Street. ct' 1ait 10 itllt.I'sltitctfisiist'i'siic. 1nst s 5 iin -H I ii~~
ii 115 'islt' tf'51ltltil~ IIstitli. scscsf isi,11.cissis'sssils's -s-siit ft hi51 sb From Stuttgart Conservatory, Germn sy.
'Y7ou1r Tailor ! i si I(1111liii sll nisnssss1'0i1t f l ortf Pitciit'slsssis-. itita~ili l.. istct'ccilis'22 S. DIVISION ST.
Hoseyo~ sen thse obh I1tilrkthlis fall. Bessidsesndin-iig tit osf RIilt. lt' osiii of~ifllci~iiii
Hae-o lentoenbbj ust Received a Large asnd Elegsant
Suji M i sart isturnng ut. itss E1ni re n im erfst-i 'sfsialiel''s. 5tso iclil 1l1 I-studs ti .11 Iii''-itr,1tissitiy . Intl coi-slt.{
st-tse't ( lIi Tallis' wet-s-'s' ld- ill ll ll siis - sistil sl '+ii-sti;~
'XILW'ARD 4I0 State S'1t. still)1-s ltlt's lthelit'esxt Iky st'e edi- (not and ('old unechseesit all hous. Agents
Ailuu. tiaitd ittl e d i ttit t sits''li 1 ,i i'1iforiispIlylero astdlWilliasn d wemners Co.'s
toI. 11rcu (o ': Ni-e' 'tori. ECisocolate Bon Blne
INt.i 1 THE EQUIPMENT OF A _lbr111lreI___hl'! 'T1is11 itil'li "ia.. 0 O
STUDJENT'S ROOM, rile ('stilt'ct i U. OF M. CALENDAR.10.SaetSie
It is generally cstone'ted that a stringed 1n- I Jiissictiiiy"..fll. 21. 10017. iniv-i'siiy
strument is slimst an absi~luto neessity .[' o ('1111 'lUil i'IISIAl'S. I Itili I 'liss. A. 1,litti . L.. t . lr GrocerI, Poion
secure the greatest enjoymsent froni the ______
purchaseLert the bst your sneney will anosed. Aliied nuinbesrctf csre'siervdst.s _l Ns-g1thIKlt'-lic and all kinsds of Sanitarium
Epert jsdgment pronounceu the "Bay flimoa 'at 1 ove('irons -ill 15l --eFoods fr saleob
Stale" instrssments lihefilnest is the world fr11 ldWne icsWl eolfi 1; 10o"'lI.AJ ieVt
An excellent instrument is the saeotit I ' 1 llitI lItatsl-xpr'-sofscop r I ltsll. Ahre Iss- Isis iStirn sort & C .
I Ern.T-stso st "Kit' rrsttti." :I;11'ti ' ttl .'ls
- ~~l it- tetrvesd .1 a t'cet'xi chtti'iisgms n-illty Stork" slimil"liihe Sirt.IlDi nst'
li-n-alshiNJtto.2c;c'ec' 1otit lsof ftin. l'tistil sifttr 251ct-is s.. .A.ItOI1 .lIeuzfel,
We have ini stock cheaper isanjones-nstl' ~tttc.Ns t l~s otllim Ntts'elie Ito., 1Ifossi'i11stc i., R ancuTERSFOesR
than tiP ut foi asubstantial ervi- ie f 10reservemisc BlA ,0, N Y SI+l'S'. Ullcsig II Iruks Ylis ,Q !Sut as
I ther instrument manufactured can TO iu'; \'1. '1 011 !N!' - tieirisitle tuili' stf
coaewit i.(odfrtcaspao orn o om tdwithhtwtr, ~to- ANDTES1.P
Sendi for illustrated ealologue, toSitTltiiriunsocliftkssseieit-ls'lhltfssi atiil~- nd Talie epaie etl. n
JOHN C. iIAYNS & ~Co. tiscec to fist' tlssilsicert- slit lit. Secs- sirk' itowssith sIii ot cilis otlid swaiter'. Cheaply. No. 37S. Miiin St.
4133-4613 WashingtnStree, Boston. ontdosrsior thllosf 'slilpss. Baithlioioil iti ne111floor.i'. itnc ii 1at 1. MARTIN. Funeral Director, Cloth
B. .1. COfN Iv 4D, 1S S. ifisissils. 47 S .-Divsioii slt-cet. 0. and Msetallic Cisikets and Fine Grade
"Reatly Chailie Lapel Biutton."- ___________________________________ Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 5.
Holds two niskels, practical and use DOES YOUR LAMP SMOKE ?Forhae
fol. Ev-erybsody weill wear one. Post-.
Paid for 15 cents. Poulin Novelty Ce., TRY RED STAR OIL----NO SMOKE, U L R &HX O
,1 eroi t hegIl A Slash in Prices. For a short
No Chand Wicks, No Offensive Odor, No Fouling of Chimneystmew-wl
-"1Line 'em ip-The great footba 7l A White Light-Burns freely to the last drop of oil iii the lam~p PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CENTS
-,puzzle. Just out. How quick can you -Clear as spring water-l10c per gallon-Delivered in our cans, CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
do It? Postpa id for 25 cents. YThoin promptly-Sold only by ,259.Sae I se Ssyaililr
Novelty Co., 112 Dearborn et., COii- DEAN &i COM PAN-Y.
clage, III. 44 South Main Street. Subscribe forthe Daily.

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