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February 10, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-02-10

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fi.UNIVERSIT1Y OF MICHIGAN ji5\ILY.
maamaa~aeaaa~aaoamomI The Alum inum Guitar
WE WANT' TO MAKE JC ~ R
0o - -- ----Wlil not warp or check.ST R
0 ITflrfDflI TU TQ I BA
0 THT O OI H TS O L 46 S. lain Street.
e '- - --H Coffee, Chocolate, Beef The tone is full and brilliant.
10 ea, Malted Milk, 0yster 0 Examine it PARNZ !OLE'LVR
° Juice, Clam Juice, Lemnooj e° and get the best service.
ade -Infac, w tr to Aii N AIRBOI MIVU S IC Co Office and Stable, 32 Forest
make all 0ur hot drinks o 21 AND 23 EAST WASHINCITON STREET. Ave. Telepohone 106.
10 just right.; Branch Office at Pamiers' Pharmacy
0. 5and10 etsR "R.o TE-LI INOtT IVI OX IHE aNN ARBOR SAVIN GSDANK
^ & 100 ~ t IES N (ON WNS~X Capial Stock, $50,00. Surpius, $ 150,1000.
R SEE10 _-r--- g IOrganizecdander the General Eanking Laws
0 ellnechangee the principalcieso the
01 Unite StatesI1raftDcahedAupo proper
0 CALK~I,rINS PAMACY, s W £"TA' W VITidentification. tSafety deposit hoes to rent.
M O A C 0IWUD Ha.~ U rriaIER.,:Ohr laian akPres.; W. D.
0 na~~anma6®ra® a~n~m arriman, Vice-Pres;e'.rs;C has an E. Hisc och.
____________________________________Cashieri . . FrietrAssistataCshier.
SI3I tTS.
Be Sure ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Aititr863
The name is a guraralee. Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Preits, $40,00
Transacts a general hanking husiness.
Yo 'eRight 21 50. MAIN ST. WAGNER & coFEURNNISHERS. lttrsntirdi.
S. W. CIINiK 'ON. Cashier.
On Footwear DOES YOUR LAMP SMOKE? ~r -MI-nt

There's lots of trickos in thte tradet-antd ITji 11 h f G
teyre practiced noore thant yott think,lTR RE ST R IL -NO M Kbunihe.j
Thiastorermakesayou tare you're right I No Cliand Wicks, No Offensive Odor, No Fouliiog of Chimineys- Lor.'ilato ttdtluron Streets.
This store guarantees you a safeinvs-et- A WhiteLih- rn freely ItoItie last drp f oil ill the lamp Cap enetOral a0300Tanigbs nsact
roost of every dollatr yoa pal ittlo shoesR.r-i PesC.E uNFVcers
wsel tsagood So trfl f -Clear as spring water-0c hper galloio-Delis-rred iinouir cons. RE. Bros .E,CasnhiePrea
gootd Shoesatt prices way dowtt piotnptly-Sold oiily by
Good Rubbers toc, if you wansttem.t DIAN & COMPAN~Y. Lowney's Chocolates.
44 South Mafrin Street. , &w e nha d ,iHot Lunches.
VV 2 C . Rin art 1 UNIVERSITY NOTES.,NMichigan Scienttsts. 1 U i. r ~ .Sat t
tl ofais-vartlo Oaselcill satn tol' shtcuncil o ofteMiiirg on ait. Osly94tat St
IN THE EQUIPMENT OF A 1last- year le bock h tincltg. I oi si-tene ias decidled ol Ihold the OL O.EC
S1TUOENT'5 ROOM, 'liii'I'reaioiocoii relay tramt siu have tewt 'tionto-o l tittling of the soiety too
.trI-t il 1 " tatertito-,ilt a t-loc-k t'e firstNvoeklcillAptril tot AnntiArbior. OUR NEW
Ill s genertally ccedted that -a stotnged i-oltt .l tl5 i o nlr'hsbo u-' I
strumntotis --loost an totsatote necesstty. To '. 11 V u Fe ft mf1,1r is en011 ' ,P s
teurohsthe greatest e-otoymenst fromnthOte~ II olesy lt- oetot tio oelo ceott
xspert jtudgmensttoprococestho' 'Bay
State" instrutenets the fitest in ltesorldtti "I lit.t I aittl Ilettc tlb oer motslot'stit st-ale 10gross-belter toosltinoeti WM ARNOLD, LEAOING JEWELER.
tAt-scelet i sr umn tot stheo to' 5iv in liht oity Last niigli. lnc olt l t it note l s' ,a ttiifs sioti 1110
BAY STATE $10 00 hl.o tt( X.1t'r , lo'Mato1neyt ''oseitoo iLotahnii iloiecd
.hit lilt 55 1 Ittleotr.tttio.osill dl'i''-itee t- 'ili',It 0(lt otillitti t atliorl M n y L a
B' A .iY4I5..J 0 t? ui-i' 11.1it I IarorIsciiiitilen-o liltliiistosrvs- tt's-tz'yof tiii'staeo. Tih'toas- On Naothez, Diamonds.,TWteels or othe
We hve n sockcheaer anjs iPersonal Properly. Wtotes and Jew-
thanIthsetfaubst antcloervi o xercist's. ct sttit Nil sothoclo'gislstre to p1010' Irovo tepaired. Offico ot residence. 3:3 E.
tahle onstrument, at a low price, to, Lihorty at , AttntArhor, ldich. Atl husO-
tble onstromoent mnufaectored eton .0.11 Oiltitlig Ill 'iltet tetto tito i 5 ide Iti iot ' stb'prtitig t11o.1'r '-ness ettnftdential. Hours.7tIt lb. m. and
7 Is ltp.ts:11est1cotC.hataes.llogains
toof for itlustrao tdct oea til'o 101itot ittti.1itt st itets. I° sourkof thit'professors is On Seoond-land Wattcheostond Diamonds.
JOHN C. HAXNES & CO., toure111t)o'clot-k toigit. Ill-tit's11tot 0 1111lit1 0 000th it to ixiteted t'l, tlo attcoed !arolodElgn
451-463XWasihington Street, Roston. eItoit o tlo tFr0edtI lhtiardt. .11 50;i.Iiit their reptrs of li.ielt s i's o of New Pipes!I
iii loot ci 111 i ltor11. lHot and Cold Lunces o atil hours. Agents
- _______________ for Hilsanod OWiliimsontsdOWerner's Co.'
so S ieAill behe iedtlby tebtlot' e l-l-1 'rythe ce -ole-bratedtlSwsantoLiiinoll-ap Choceotlate HoniBoots.
Associatin. i er.R. B. JOLLY 00
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER, I 1 2Os tate St., Sager niock.
fan farnoak you with a first-lasa Pountttin
.e. Pe ooand Roeg repairing tt specialty.Grc ie,--Po son
---GIVE 5HIMf)A CAL.L. GE~ Em'CI~ "AE®ados all kinods of Sanaitahiuna
Foods for saeb
PHOTORAPHSStimsori & Co.,
--pc Ost e 0niors at 1 '2~'O4~tfl 4 S. STATE ST.
Monr ~ VV~'5.AVI

Berryman's
E. Huron Street
TT Op M. SHAVING PARLORS and Bath-
~. rooms. All appontments first class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
tic hair dressing and hathoing iparlors, up
-stairs. . R . Trolunowoki 'lOS. State st.
"Reedy Choange Lapel Button."-
Holds tuwo nickels, practical and use-
ful Everybody will wear one. Pont-
paid for 15 cents. Youlin Novelty Cs..
112 Dearborn it., Chicago, Ill
Everything to please !at Prettymanas.
Good board, good service, ad the U.
of M. Daily on the table to keep you
posted on what is going on at the
great university.

6 South Main Street, - State Street, Cor. William.
WE MUST REALIZE UPON OUR STOCK AT ONCE
We therofore offer our Stock of Text Books, Fount-lint
Pens, Blank Bo)oks, Stationery, ina FACT OUR EN- '
TIRE STOCK tt prices lower than loave ever before
been offered in Ann Arbor. Students will odo well to
nynil themselves of this sale, and procure their Secondi
Semester Text Book nosw.
WE MEAN T DUSINESS!!!
GOOIDS MUST BE SOLD,
MO ORE & WETMORE*

.Anton 'Teufel,
Trenks, Yalises, Dress Suit Cass
AND TELESCOPES.
Trunks and Valises Rpaireti Neatly and
Choeaopiy.No.575S. MBoo s1
FULLER & HIXBON
A Slush In5 Prices. Foerashoort
timenoesoll
PRESS SNITS FOR 25 CENTS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
h2 S. Stabe t. Over IRosey'ssBillilard Room.
0M. MARTTN, Funoral Director, Cloth
"adMetallic Caskets and Fine Grade
Coffins. Emubalming; a Specialty. No. 17 S
Fourth ave.
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