THE U. OF M. DAILY.
.WE ARE THE -PEOPLE. : ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Warerooms, - - - - - - =Corner of Main and Liberty Streets.
I will "Open the Ball" by placing a fine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc. UIJO D B~o~ n ~ -
THE NEW SHADE IN SUITS,
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find T immL szs~ML szcO SRoEs,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City. "L THE STAR." B
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Owing to the Expiration of Patents, We are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at
greatly Reduced Prices. $1 50 will go as far this year as $2 50 would last year. 0 . ..
"RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST in market, tielivered in our su -F HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
own Cans to Customers in any part of the City at 10 cents per gallon.
OIL CANS of all sizes and at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, Blacking and Toilet
Articles at One-Third less than usual Prices. New Goods, new Fall Goods, new Winter Goods, Full Dress Suitings,
(rnT~ nv Silk Vestings, Overcoatings, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
+ +P .Largest and most complete stock in the city, at the lowest prices. Please call
and exa ,Nme.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - - - - ANN ARBOR, MICH. NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.
TOGO TO .
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tczd nta' S pp1as, ,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLESI LUNCHES, ETC.
We keep the very best line of
In the City
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
OCCIDE TIli -+rOhI
,.nsyn," it you are looking tor any o1 your
friends, takenachair in the Occidental Hotel
office for ten minutes. You will surely see
them. Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
4C HAVE EARNED AN
FOR US FOR 18 YRS.
SA. D.SEYEII& SONL
Strt-Hand aod Mimeograi ng, Thes, Cor-
respnene,leceture, ciscProofs for
39 South PnUltihnf alllkinns. Univ. Ave.
Elegantly refitted during the past summer,
Nice lunch counter in connection.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.
Foot-ball season tickets at Har-
vard cost, $3.00.
J. Kelleher, law '91, has located
in Seattle, Wash.
C. A. Arand, law '91, is practic-
ing in Marysville, Kan.
A member of '95 dropped $30 in
the Register's box yesterday.
H. D. Wood, law '91, expects to
practice his profession in Minneap-
J. R. Wilson, law 91, is princi-
pal of the Wiley School, at Pueblo,
Wm. Kaufman, law '91, will take
a post-graduate course at Harvard
Dr. Frank Tibbals, of last year's
DAILY staff, is located at Detroit
with Dr. Maclean.
W. F. Landis and S. T. Handy,
'91 laws, talkof opening a law office
in Muskegon, Mich.
Ralph Platt, law '91, is a member
of the law firm of Thummel & Platt,
at Grand Island, Neb.
W. F. Allen, law '91, has opened
an office in the American Bank
building, Kansas City, Mo.
Messrs. Maxwell, Joy, Paine and
Winnery, of the senior medical class,
are on Dr. Nancrede's staff.
The S. L. A. has secured Hon.
W. C. P. Breckenridge of Kentucky
as the eighth attraction on their
The first examination of the Glee
Club will be held Wednesday, Oct.
7, in Room 24, at 7 p. m.. -Plenty
A. C. Maple, law '9', has accept-
ed the position of instructor in Latin
ard German in the Knightston, In-
diana, High School.
E. B. Tyler, law '91 has opened
an office in his home town, San Ber-
nardino, Cal., and is taking active Chemical i Physical Apparatus
part in local politics. _
Dr. Brewer, formerly .assistant
professor of Hygiene in U. of M., is . C" . and X
now occupying the chair of Bacte- Rare Chemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
riology in the University of Ne- EBER1BACH & SON.
braska. ---tTHE ARGUSs--
B. A. Herrington, law '92, who f1IJE JO ININ@,
was admitted to practice before the
supreme court of this state, upon AT LOW PRICES.
examination last June, now hangs
out his shingle at Santa Clara, Cal.
The Trans-Mississippi Club Court
held a meeting last night in the quiz
room. Only routine business was.
transacted. The following officers
were elected: J. H. Adams, chief
justice; A. D. McCarty, associate
justice; J. E. Shipp, clerk; J. W.
George O. Crane, '92 law, is back.
Mr. Crane is the man who, at the
June examination before the Su-
preme Court at Lansing, scored the
unparalleled record of 99 per cent.
During the summer he has been
practicing law at Fenton, Mich.,
with much success.
The following foot-ball games have
been played thus far this season:
U. of P., All-Philadelphias 4 to 4;
Swarthmore, 22; A. C. S. N., 6;
Haverford, 118, Delaware, o; Leloigh,
24, State College, 2; Yale, 20, Cres-
cents, o; Princeton, 12, Rutgers, o;
Amherst, soo, Williston, o; Buck-
nell, 32, Wyoming, o.
The U. of M. DAILY has been on
our exchange list since the meeting
of the Western College Press Asso-
ciation. It is a very bright, newsy
sheet, and is the only college daily
west of the Alleghanies. Itstianag
ingeditor, Mr.- Stone, deserves much
credit. He is a "hustler," and it is
due to his energy that that the W.
C. P. A. was organized.-Kenyon
Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti
Time table taking effect June 18, 1891.
Leave Anni Arboir frons Ciiirt Hosue at 1.20,
7.50,920.10.50 a. i., and 12.10, 220,35 , 5.20,
6.50, 8.20, 9.50, 11.20 p.m.
Leave Ypsilonti at 6 00, 1.30, 9.00, 1030, a. in.,
and 12.30, 2.00, 3.30,5.0,6.3s,'0.00, 9.30, 1OOp. m.
SUNDAY TIME TABLE.
Leave Ann Arbor from Court H-use at 8.30 a.
m., and 2.20, 3.50, 5.20, 6.50,8.20, 9.50, p. m.
Leave 8iti,cti at 8.10, a. m., and 2.00, 3.30,
TAKE NowCE-Sunilay train at 8.10 c. in..
leaven Ypsilanti, corner Cross and Adams
Cars run on Cty Time. Coupon tickets, 10
cents. For sale by conductors.
Tailors and 4"-
21 S. MAIN STREET.
A Large Stock of
All the Novelties in
MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS.
We have the Best Steam laundry.