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October 03, 1896 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-03

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F nOUR OVERCOATS

WE WANT EVERY STUDENm TO KNOW
THAT WE POSITIVELY SELL THE
~Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats
in this city. We are immensely proud of
AT $30.00, $2500, $22.00, $20.00. $18.00 AND $15.00 AND SUITS AT $2000, $18.00, $16.005 $15.00 AND $13.50

Every one of these garments is especially made for our Fine Trade in the, very best manner, trimmings according to our.-own,
instructions and styles after the designs of lbs most fashionable tailors of New York. Just permit us to show you through our.
stock. We can end will please you.
LJINIDBNSOHMITT cx .37 oSTF

MICHGANl n1 Sour Loolks, S{
Time Table (Revised) Sept. 27, 1896.
EAST. WEST
P.M AM
Mailiaed Exs-1 47 N. Y. Special..--- 7 35K
NYSpecial.--4158 Maili- --8 4.3
EasternEx--10117 N.S. L.imited-- 5
AM. P. M.
Atlantic Ex-_7 a Pacific Ex --121.H
U.N.Express---- 5 40 Western Ex- 15#
(I. R. Express ..AI. 0 Chi. Nt. Ex.---Ii1
G.REx.----- ll 5 r
0. W. RULESte, H. W. ItAses,
G. P. & T. Agt., Chicago. Agt. Ass Arber
RAILROAD.
Time Table, Sept. e, m896.
NORTH. en to.
*7:30a. m. , 7:N4a. m..'
19:05 am *1il3se.
*4:23 p.M. 11p. m.
10:04p. M. *85.p.
i-Sunday only betwees Toiedo and Haam-
b*Daily uct leepers between Toled and e er l - In o i
Frankfort.
'Daily except Sunday
E. S. HILM ORE. Agent We are always glad io give you any i:cor
W. H. BENNETT 0. P. A. Toledo 0.. settled. We cas furnish many of the iuo
you left h~ome. Blake your wanuts known t
ANN ARBOR & YPSILANTI ST. RY, Miunmmery's :Drub
Time Table, May 17. 1886 dl8ic-i~ itoy 3 wi
Leave Ypsilanti from Coixeresssxl., 6:0:, 8M et;11)tn litrT v
and 11:00 a. m.; 12:45, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 8:41', 5:30 fiiriiishi themselves will: Omnan'
and 0:11 p. m.
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, 72008.301 and, History of IEnglaind" for readyE
11:30 a. wn.; 1:15, 2:10,.4:00, 1:30 7:11, 90:45 andai: le
10:45 p.m. reference, an h 'Esiglish
SUNDAY TIME. Hiioxor~l Iel,rints," N.). 1. for wr it-.
Leave Ypnilanti from Congremsst.. 1:9,13:30, bieecoo oreSi-l eu
500, 6:310 and 9:00 p. m.tl xrie.Cuse5wl teu~
Leave Ann Arbor Junction, :00,4:005:30O, le: uvies and disciasnio::.',onoil he4-mnsti-
7:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Cars run on city time Fare: single trip 153.lotion of lie iimarkl, mos-itoy, 1:ow)
cents: rosnd trip tickets 25 cents.
WM. F. PAnRKEn, Sept shipl.101ar,ii,ianora ul l:iisl iiy
an:d on theexvecuitive, 1Intli lian iu~eg.
THE KINDERGARDEN BILLIARD HALL islaive brancheso :f thee:ntral g::v-
B ILOAITIKE RO ER Curse 27 will begin witi::tetf~t
MO0NEY TO LOAN ON PERSONAL si511 of Blritish: lbrios, of miaterialis,
PROPERTY Bonil of histories of --_ocral i::trest Io
Wholesale Cigars, Tobaccos ansfie toOssueit of Englishi History. Per-
Cigarettes. sonos; ish~ing to consulit will: the: in-
Co. ain and TLiberty Sts. struletor wil lfind himini ii R:omiF, at
____________________________ a. ci., 1Moniays,wt'dinesoays :an:
Just Received a Large and Elegant Frida~ys.
Like of ew P pesT Mr. Dixonitwill be is:lIRoomn F, at
10 a3. in., on Mon:days, Weduesdaiys
Hot and Cold Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Huyler's and Wiliams and Werners Co.'s asni:1+Fridays, for consu~ltati::in.
Chocolate Bun Bonn. . Prif. McLatuglinii will lie in Room:: 2,
R. B. O L1LY & CO. T. 1H., fromi 11:45 to 12::30 daily, for
08S. State St., Sager Block. conisiultation relative to work .in Aiier-
SEUIE 10th Sei000. Now Open. igiilisitory.
Gh~~l ranger's Schoel of Dane- Coiuroe 1, General History, will lie
U . I!ing.tGround floor. No. 0
96aynard S. organized in Roomn C, at 8 a. in., Oct 5.
TT OF B. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath- Tennis Prospects.
1.roomx. All %ppontments fSeat class.
Imported and domestic cigars. Ladles' artis- Nosy that Faler D. 'Merrick, teninis
tic hair drenslip and -bathing parlora, op
stairs. J. hR. Trojanowski, 90S. State st. iiiiligii, is back 'in coilege, the ten.-
M' . MARTIN, Funeral Director, Cloth ilis entlisisiastnillii run high. Since
00. and Metallic Castets and Fine Grade Wr e~uw~ o eunt
Coffins. Embalming a Specialty. No. 17 S. F. adSair il' o eunt
Fourth ave. college, mue:i speculation is indulged
Medical students will do wvell to call ill reglrding the wviner of tlie fal
at Moore & Wetmore's, State 01. cor. loulrnaloeknt. W. D. lerrick, Rtoy
Willianm or No. 6 S. Main St. Hlarvey, iR. Danforthi, C. C. Adaincs

foiled Fingers,
"AND SPOTTED CLOTHES!
Identify the man who does
1, EO.S. PARKER FOUNTIN PEN,
Because the Parker has a pe-
culiar shaped feed ksown as
the Curved Tubular heed which
makes it impossible for ink to
i et la the cap or over the edge
+ of thesozzcle whea ihe pen i-
is the pocket. A pen thsat will
J do this, aod feed the ink per-
fectly ohen wanted is worth
ft getting acq:uainted with.
Don't Ysu Think 8oP
The Way is Easy.
S .C. FREUD$ '999 47 S. UNIV
Offiiceihours: 7yto 9p. m.
nation - Bureau
)ralio or help that we can in getting
kndred and ose things you forgot whes
at
Store,17 E.Washington.
p; St re, Cor. 4th Ave.

hidHulerLa:ibare probaible candi-
daites for the cthampinsipt.
Yesterday both mioening and even-,
ing the courts wvere full and some fine
! playinigsvas shiowvn. Haskins, .11100.
of Missouri, is one of the ness-ply rs.
Time courts are not in the best of con-
ditio::, but svill soon be improved. A
ceniter-stra:p is a, pressinlg necessity,
and in fact 'it alwsays haes betii. The
falli tournamuent will be hleldl about
Oct. 15.
Webster's Debate Lant Night.
The silver quaestion was fully and
com:presensivey discussed at the firstietn fteWbtrDbt oeey
An: :ilIe xivbe ililiene, almo:ist
filling the lass lecture room, ch~eeredi
(lie ses-eral speailers long and Ienithu-
siasticailly. As ai general rule the:
airgumilents swert clea:r, bt thile isual
num::ber of ssil sltteiiienls swere ini

MadOpera House .
Tuesday, Oct. 6..
Desmao Thompson's Famous Ploy,
THE OLD HOMESTEAD'
Usder the manag;ement of Frark Tbeusip-
son and W~m. lWarmiseton.
Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.
Tickets for sale at the U. S. Fapesos , ize
without extra charge.
Groceries, --Provisions
and all kinds of Sanilurin..
Foods for sale by
Stimson. & Co,
24 S. STATE ST.
THE ANN ARDOR SAVINGS BANK.
Capital Stock, $10,000. Surplus, $1964961
Resources, $1,196,000.
Organized under the General Hankleg Law,-
of thin State. Receiven deposits, boys"ad.
sells exchange on the principal citieaso iahe
United Staten. Drafts cashed upon p ,np~-,
Identification. Safety deposit boses tn ru2nt..
OFrIcnRS: Christias Mack Pres.;l- . D..
Harriman, Vice-Prea.; Chas E. Hisack,
Cashier: B. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONALBNKrAnn Arb.or4
Capital, $119,000. Surplus and Profits, 84%t%11
Trannacts a general basking busimzess..
Foreigs, exchange bought andasold.. FPsii
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres. HARRISON SOH.LX.'
viebPIs&.
S. W. CLARKSON. Cashier.
F. T. GmEs, the Slate Street Taler. -lae
Styles. Hea-t Goods. Islde Prices. Wie co
every thisg is our line. Cleaning, prepialeg
and reparing at loweat prices cossisleusii
sood work. ooeds called for and delveaedk
Weseek to please. Your money'a woad,, or
your money back, Give us acalI. 2055. State
Street.
LBest Grades of Hard sa-d
OA Soft Coal, Camnarloal,
shndCoe. Order of
OfieX1. STABEBLER..
Ofie:1 W ashisgtonsit. 'Phonewfi. a.
Yasrds at Al. C. R. H. 'Phone 117.
Lowney's Chocolates..
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S, 48 S. State S.
RIEN TI5CHLER,
PHO'TOO~nA.PHZRX
ANN ARBOR. MICH.
RANOALL THE PHOTOGRAPHEf
RWashington Block,
Ann Afisoy.
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Studenits, your attention is called to
11:e large old comiplete stock of text-
books to be found at Moore & Wet-
miores two stores, C S. Main st. lcd'
State st. cornier William.
TO itE"NT-Onle parlor sitle, very
largt' furmnace heal, light and ball:,
at $3.50. 20 S. Ingalls st.
Delivery Free Today.

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