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July 01, 1897 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-07-01

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THE UMVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

JPAWE WANT TO ' '
JOS, W. KOL.LAUF & CO. "PAINT THE TOWN RED" WITH CRIMSON RIM SYRACUSE BICYCLES
T>AT L.OIRO Sand offer for a few days a limited number of '96 Syracuse
Wheels at just HALF'PRICE,
ine Black Suits a specialty. $50,00. AT $50,00.
10 E. Washington St. Up Stairs. BROW N'S DR UG STORB.
The Man in the Moon CANVAS, LEATHEROID, LEATHER SILK
umay not be thirsty, but if he weree, he would
. call at.......... - 1L HAT BOXES, ALL KINDS, SHAPES, SIZES.
Parker's Corner Store, PRICES TO SUIT EVERYONE.
STATE ST. AND N. UNIVERSITY AVE
d et an Ice Cream Soda ur some of his,'
Fruit, IrSinhs an ____uGOODSIPBBSD
PaRnERs is frud at every Sail Game with
FutDrnsadPeanuts. ________ 15 S. MIAIN ST.

KIBt Y £IS,
THE OPERA HOUSE JEWELER,
lan furnish you with a first-class Fountain
ern. ten and Sing repairing a specialty.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Tucker & Co.
SICYCLE LIVERY AND SALESROOM
18 North Fourth Ave.
e carry a full line of up-to-date
Slcycle Sundries and parts to many
wheels.
Also Repair Wheels at living prices.
Give us a call if in need of anything
It our line.
WOITTZ KE
Makes to order Women and Men's
Easy Fitting Shoes in all the
Latest Styles.
Best Place
for
Repairing
~ s
43 S. Main St., Upstairs
OF A1. SHAVING PARLOR and Bath-
-. roonsts. All appointments first class.
suported and domestic cigars. Ladies' artis-
cle hair dressing and bathing parlors, up
stairs. J. R Trosanowski 15 S. State st-
lIT ONCE
No waiting for Columbia and Hartford
bicycles. No delay and consequent annoy-
nce. All models and patterns now ready
faz immediate delivery. 1897
icycleS
STANDARD OF THE WORLD )
are made exclusively of 5 per cent Nickel
Steel Tubing, the entire pro- TO ALL
duet of which we tontrol. 'IUU ALIKE.
Hartford Bicycles are at prices
within reach of everyone.
$60. $50, $45
Catalogue free from any Columbia
dealer ;from an foe 'one z-cnt
stamp.
IVIP, M G. CO.
Hartford, Conn.
reatest oBicycle Fctor
in the World. -More than +
y Acres of Floor Space.'
Branch house or dealer
in almost every city and

DO YOU SMOKE?
20 Pittsburg stogies for----.----------25 cents 6 Dog Head Cigars for...----..o-- -25 cents
16 La Princess Stogies for--------------25 cents 6 Prodigy Cigars for------.......------- 25 cents
16 First National Stogies for---------25 cents 6 Paradise Cigars for--------------...25 cents
6 Yucatan Stogies for -----..------..25 cents 5 La Dioso Cigars for.---------------..25 cents
11 Alfonso Cigars for-------------- L ---25cents 4 Harry Clays for.----- - 25 cents
6 Star Cigars for-.-------- 2--------25 cents 4 Owl Boquets for-----.-------------25 cents
6 Record Breakers for--- 20------5 cents 3 Royal Banners for-----------.------25 cents
3 Brunswick Cigars for-------------- -- 25cents
DEAN & COMPANY.
44 South Main Street.

Old Class of '67,
Il ilmembers of the old class of
1867 are here in force holding a re-
union and revisiting the "scenes of
other days." Last night they ban-
quetted at Hangsterfer's. By a pe-
culiar coincidence the funeral of one
of their old professors, Dr. Wood, of
New Jersey, who was professor of
physics and civil engineering here
from 1859 to 1572, occurred here yes-
terday. The "old boys" attended the
funeral in a body.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD CON-
NECTIONS.
Since adopting its new trains sched-
ule, the Ann Arbor railroad makesj
immediate connections with other linesI
on its morning trains for Monroe,
Pontiac, Lansing, Grand Rlapids, Ionia,
Manistee and Traverse City; on is
afternoon trains for Pontiac, Lansing,
Grand Rapids, Ionia, Saginaw, Bay
City and Flint. The morning trains
inure good connections for Adrian,
Hillsdale, 'Manchester, Muskegon, Pc-
toskey, Bay View and Mackinaw City.
Southbound trains make connections
with all lines out of Toledo, The
boats crossing Lake Michigan connect
with the northbound train through
AnlnA-thor at 8:43 a. ni., for all wvest-
eru and northestern point. Five-
hundred-mile books on sale for $10,
1,000-mile family books, good for tw
years, for $20.
E. S. GILaMORE, Agent.
Tribune Bicycles are the best in the
world. Call and see a sample.
WAGNER & GLEN,
20 S. State street.
For Sale-A-t a low price, No. 6 Rem-
ington typewriter in excellent rcndi-
tion. Address Box 3033, City.
WANTED - Accomodations for
eight Po'omer's in the same house for
next year. Send name and address
to "ltumor," Daily.

WABASH SHORT TINES I1'
LOUISVILLE, INDIANAPOLIS
AND NASHVILLE EXPOSITION.
A through Vestibuled Sl-'p.ng Car
is now running Daily between De-
troit, Indianapolis and Lias cile via
the popular Wabash-Pennsylania
Lines. This car, which is a model of
the car-builders' art, leaves Dot-it
3:20 p. m. daily, Adrian 5:15 p. m.;
arrives at nIdianapolis at 3:30 a. m.,
Louisville 7 a. m. Returning cir
leaves Louisville 9:05 p. in. reaching
Detroit 9:45 a. m. All ticket agents
uwill gladly reserve space for patrons
in these cars. For information call 0n
your ticket agent or write,
R. S. GREENWOOD, M. P. A.
F. A. PALME'R, A. G. P. A.
Chicago.
W. B. BRADLEY, Agt., Adrian.
R G. BUTLER, D. P. A., Detroit.
TO THE NORTHWEST.
The Wisconsin Central lines form
the popular route froll Chicago, 'Mil-
waukee or Manitolwoc to Fond du Lac,
Oshkosh, Neenae, Menaslia, St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Duluth, Ashland, urley,
isun-od and Bessemer. Elegantly
eqipped fast through trains via St.'
Paul or Duluth make connections for
all points in Minnesota, the Dakotas,
Metana, Idaho Puget Sound country,
Pacific coast and British Columbia.
Al agents sell tickets over this route.
For further informiation 'vrite H. WV.
Steihotf, District Passenger Agent,
Saginaw, Mieh., or Jas. C. Pond, G.
P. A., Milwaukee, Wis.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO TOLEDO.
Mtonday, July 5th. the Ann Arbot
Rlailroad will run -a special train to
Toledo and return. A- big elebratioio
ha been arranged, the principal fea-
ture of which will be a sham battle
between Toledo and Cleveland Mili-
tary companies. See agents .for rates
and time of train.
WANTED-For next year two suites
of roomswith bath room convenienit
Address "Man," care of Daily.

The Inland Press
DOES WORK WITH
Neatness and Dispatch
Give them a call.
COB, HURON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
CapitaiStoc, $50,00. Srpls,150,000.
Resorces, $110,005.
Organized under the General Banking Laws
of this State. Receives deposits, buys and
sells exchange on the princpal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
Identification. Safety deposit boxes to rent.
OFFIERS: Christian MSack Pres.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice-Pres.; ChasE. uiscoc,
Cashiero M. J. Fritz Assistant Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKa Ann Arbor
Capital, 81iosso. Surplus and Prefit, 840,00
Transacta a general banking business.
Foreign exchange bought and sold. Furnish
letters of credit.
E. D. KINNE, Pres, HARRISON SOULE,
Vice Pres
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier
Cor. Sainand urnn tree
Capital 1i50,000. Surplus $30,000. Transact
general banking business.
R. KiErF Pres. C. E. GREENE, Vice-Pres.
FlE. .BESnER, Cashier.
F. J. Schleede,
20 S. STATE STREET
Sells a Solid Gold Fountain Pen at $1.00
SobksSound Li cents osnd upward.
. of M. Scenes and Professors 3 lbs. Lin-
en Paper for 50 cents.
Note Books 5cents and upwards.
Lowney's Chocolates.
Hot Lunches.
TUTTLE'S. 48 S. State St.
NOTICE T
We can now supply you with
a fine FRATERNITY PIN.
See our line of samples.
WM. ARNOLD, LEADING JEWELER.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING
Opposite Law Building 3.0 until May 1st
any two classes Offce,
27 Thompson Street.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Lieof No'w Pipes I
Hot and Cold Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Huyers and Williams and Werners Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bons.
R. B..JOLLY & CO.
2O S. State St., Sager Bloc.
A LARGE LINE OF
Valises, Traveling Bags, Dress
Suit Cases, Trunks, Etc., Etc.,
--AT--
Anton Teufel,
57 S. MAIN ST.
FULLER & HIXSON
A Slash in Prices. For a short
time we will
PRESS SUITS FOR 25 CENTS
CLEANING AND REPAIRING.
22 S. State st.. Over Rosey's Billiard Room.
Sent Free!
To any person interested to hnane mat-*
ters, or who loves animals, we wil send free,
upon application, a copy of the "ALL-
ANCE," the organ of this Society. In addi-
tion to its intensely intereting reading. i
contains of the valuable and unusuaa prem-
ums given by the paper. Address
THE NATIONAL HUMANE ALLIANCE,
410-411United Charities Building, New York

WEL SUITED"
Is what may be properly said of men who wear Milward's
cuts. "Well Suited" in'price and quality of work. Call
and see the spring stock of latest designs.
MILWARD, THE TAILO0R,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICH.

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