THE U. OF M. DAILY.
M': WE ARE THE PEOPLE., $ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,d
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wfarerooms, - - - - - - Corner of Mo (in and LIberty Streets.
I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find a7-s7 Y's Lvsic roR,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.
Owyingo theiExpirtion of Pat t i arsellingNkel<Plte eisteDift Lamps at
greatly Reduocd Priees. $1,50wiltgo astfar this yaas u$2 50 would lustyear.
The latest in the market, manufactured by Rufus Waterhouse,
New York, Cleveland Brown & Co., Boston, and Cut-
ter & Crossette, Chicago, at
R7 Sign of the RED STA R.
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Market, Delivered in our
owni ) us to Ctrnmers in any part of the City at 10 cents pergallon.
OIL CANS ortall sizes and at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, Blacking and Toilet
Articles at oie -Third less than usual Pricos.
DCEfl + & + O1PAPIY.
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New Goods, ne Fall Goods, new Winter Goods, Fll Dress Suitings,
Silk Vestings, O vercoatingsg, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
Largest alsd most complete stock in the city, at the owest prices. Please call
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
B. JOLLY GO,
552 L 03
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Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FRESH LUNCHES, ETS.
We keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
YOU CAN GET
What you ?cant, and the Price will be
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
"Boys," if you are looking for any of your
friends, take a chair in the Occidental Hotel
o*fice fo tet niute.rYuysillourelysee
hemt. Five o'elokeinner, Sundays. Special
HAVE EARNED AN
FOR US FOR 18 YRS.,
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Short-Ilanil sni Mimcographing, Ttses, Cor-
retliusoleiee, Leeturet, eloPruoft fur
39 South Publncation of all kinds. Univ. Ave.
Elegantly refitted during the past summer.
nce lunch counter in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
The following is the list of entries
to the races to-morrow, in addition
to those published already: son
yards, P. Woodworth; 200 yards, P.
Woodworth; 440 yards, P. D. Mac
Naughton, H. Chickering and P.
Woodworth. The High School has
entered a team in the relay race.
Psi Upsilon fraternity, Phi Chap-
ter, passed the following resolutions
on the death of William Butterfield
On Wednesday, Oct. 17th, 1891, our
dear brother, William .. Ramsay, de-
parted from this life. By virtue of
iualities deeply blended in his charac-
ter he had won for himself a host
By his death the Phi Chapter loses
one who was always an earnest co-
worker, a loving brother, and a loyal
member of the fraternity.
We extend to the family in their be-
reavement our heartfelt sympathy.
C. ADnLBERT _NEACoi, JR.,
It. P. DODGE,
For the Chapter.
R. Bannish, law .'9, is visiting
friends in the city.
C. W. Middlekauff, law 'car, has
a law office in Lanark, Ill.
Miss H. L. Peckham, a special
student in the University last year,
is teaching in the public schools at
There will be a Hallowe'en social
by the Y. P, S. C. E. at the Con-
gregational church, this evening at
7:30. All are invited to attend.
All Freshmen of the literary de-
partment should attend the Fresh-
man social this evening at Newberry
Hall. All come and get acquainted.,
Sheehan & Co. presented the
DAILY with a box of new style
"U. of M." stationery yesterday.
It's fine and many thanks are due
the donor from the DAILY.
Through the kindness of the pub-
lishers, The Chicago Legal News (a
weekly) is placed in the S. C. A.
reading room. The Harvard Law
Review is now, and it is expected
the "Green Bag" soon will be, on
the table in Newberry Hall.
Sheehan & Co. have just received
the latest and finest in the line of
stationery that has ever been shown
in Ann Arbor. The yellow and blue
flag is stamped upon the paper bear-
ing the letters "U. of M." Anyone
doubting the above statement will
be convinced by calling at the pop-
ular book store and examining it for
New Spectroscope at Princeton.
An exceedingly valuable addition
has been made to the observatory.
A new spectroscope, the-work of
Brashear, of Pittsburg, containing
improvements never before used, has
been set up and will soon be ready
for work. It has been so constructed
that it can be used both for visual
observation and for photography.
For solar work there is a five-inch
grating with 20,000 lines to the inch,
and a train of four compound prisms
for stellar observations. Professor
Young hopes to be able to study
much fainter stars than the German
astronomers have been able to reach
because of their smaller instruments.
The instrument comes from a friend
to whom the college is already in-
debted, but who is unwilling to have
his name published, and cost some-
thing over $2,000.
Chemical'= Physical Apparatus
Rare Cliemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
EBERBACH & SON.
FINE J015pRN WGIN&,
AT Low PRICES.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR.
Capital,t100,0000. Surplus and Profts, $W,000.
Transacts a general banking business, for-
egn exchange sol, letters of credit procured
cor travelcrs obroad.
C. H. RICHMOND, Pres. P. BACH, V. Pres.
S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.
SCHOOL FOR OANCING
Now open for reception of Pupils.
New -tyles in
New Effects in
New Ideas in
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