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October 09, 1891 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-09

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THE U. O Ff M. DAILY

THE ;TWO ISAMIS2
AGENTS FOR-
4i"YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. -
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings.
Call and see us.
IL_ 1I3LL'UZ.

The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs C0.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
N. B.-We still have a nice assortment of light Weight Overcoats
to he closed "out at Greatly Reduced Prices.

AAloftom 1~nlLalllity,' CO0AL . GEORGE L. MO1ORE, ,Moore& tobe,)+
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED, FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Futt Line of all College Text Books, including Lox and VMedirot Ilooko. by tke otoeo
CALL cx Cheapest place for Note Books aoto Foustsis Peos in tke city. Freskhmen crowd in. losme along
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. 1\Z-ST'.= T = s ld friends. I nowe Save my entice stock ac my store on NSO. 6 S. nt iN s'T.
Office,.-- 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WEST WASaHaNON STalEr.TO.go.T. morIO EM

WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN. -T-T1 TTOl
EeyStuident will save nioney hy huying Univsersity Text-Books and all sulpplies ;it tteadquarters. We allow TIVERY. HACK AND IIAGGAGE LINE.
Every Orders for ltains, partiro, weddldlings, etc.,
special discouint on LAWX BOOKS, MEDICAL BIOOKS, DENTAL BOOKS, in snort, every Boobt used in the promptly attesndedtco.
tUtiveroity. .5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices. Telepbone 68. 21 N. Main Sc.. opp. Post Officc.
B~c~~c~: wi~irt.MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
LEADING BOOK STORE IN T'IlE CITY. Highest Geades Taught. Apply at Wilsey's
rHE - EXCEI.SiIOR - I.AUNIPRY
> Ihmnd trigh Qt. Dedication or Christ Church. J. W., Freemano sod J. A. Largent, Has0 all te imeprovedt machinery, and is pre.
I _____ptred ttunrnout firstlaostwork ottshort sto-
No. 1 > awcmps h fr f lre ice. Commecialworoklturned out sanmeday.
CG ETE) The following is a progzam of the 9 as ops lefr fFe-Prices reasonaile and tsork guaraneet. No-
dedicatin of th man & Largent, in Grand Fal, 2 o astlHuron st. A. ZCSEOTIrxorietor.
-;Cigarette Smoksers wh eh iaioaf h exercises at the 0. M. MARTIN,
r yare willing 1o any a little Clonrch of Christ onSud Oc-Mot DEALER IN
mre than tke price Sudy, Dr. Hans, a graduate te Cloth CasettM tali
charged for the ordhis'-atoherr It: C' ' M tli
trade Cigarettes, will Sind University of Michigan, has hero AND COMMON COFFINS.
ll oters. prir oJ.A.POLHEMUS.
°'e/, The Richmond Straight Dedicatory Address --------- aponeaprfsrofedgy T _
Cat No. 1 Cigarettes are made fram hekright- Rev. B. B- Tyler, NeweTehYpork ,
esI mast delicately Slavored and highest east ItedittatoryPae- - - tHrad ~V4i.LiX
Gld Leaf grown In Virginia. This ts the Old Wod--------Rev. J. B1 Johnson, Detroit ALSO 'BGS MACK AND BAGGAGE LINE,
and Original Brandsof Straight Cut Cigaretten, WrdIo Welcnme- --_ ,___.- A. A. McLaughlin, law 92, is Norh Main Street
and was roughtnout ky ias lathe year 1675, President Angell, RevA. S. Carman
BewreofImiaton, ad bsrvetht heResones_-------- ------------- employed hy the Iowa State Central RINSEYs & SEABOLT.
SmaseakewisaevrpakMrs. 0. A. Burgess, Pres. C. W. N.,~ Bakers and dealers in
The ALLEN & GINTER Branch kage. Mrs. F.1R. Thompaon, Pres. State oard Committee to "<stump that state in Goeis rvsoslu n ed
Of the American Tobacco Co. Benediction.--------Rev. Martin L. DOoge Goeis rvtosflu n ed
Manufaturers. - - Richmond.Vlrginla. ------------ the interest of the G. 0. P. 6Sand S E. Washington St.
There are over fifty candidates L. D. Buenting, law '9r, of Indi- J .HA LL ER ,
tk$s 11jkain )llfl' ls for the Harvard Freshmen foot-hall anapolis, Ind., and Miss Alice =N mM
Capital. $50,0010. Srplwan d Profits, $1irOoce. team. Smedley, of Ann Arhor, were mar- Repairing a opecialty. 40 SOUTeH MAIN sr.
Duo a general Banking buoiness. Pays in- Washtenaw county's share of the ried in this city during vacation. TJ . D ClSTtION-ssrS-sr P. Crs,
Deposit Boxes for .Rent. state tax for the support of the Uni- : taeftretGrces
R. KEMPFJ'res.. ;FH. BELSER, Cashier. tt tetGoes
Bank oeen Saturday evening. versity is $4,123.96. Bulletin Board.Stdnsproaeescilyoiie.
An ro aig ak At a meeting of the '9 dents, G. ,2. Stdnsp troaTeesecallET. cied
AnnArbr avigsBan ' NOTICE-Foot-hall candidates for __24__S._STATE __STREET. _
Ann Arkor Nick. Capital Stack, s60,oo0, Otis DeUrfae was elected manager, 45' eleven must come out for daily
OgnzdudrteGeneral Ban king Laws and IF. S. James capai of the the 4
of this state. RpcivsDposits,capain Rug practice onth campus at 4 p. m.
sells exchantge on the principal cities of t h y team. W. DREW, Cp. t, ....
United States. Drafts cae ppop e M.Etnwhwote am
identiScti N. OffcKPesrpr V .Rln, h o h hi- NOTICE-The social given hy the
51' DBsais, Vc re. ionship of the Northwest in lawn S. C. A. in their new huilding, New- - AND-
C.aDs.... B~isVcecarse. I
_______ E.____________ Cashier. tennis, has entered the University. herry Hall, should be forgotten hy
Yon Prohably have some Broken Arti- He is said to he an expert tennis no one, especially new students. No
cl o payr.beteoprtunainty is ofehefr the C VE G AS
cle%/Cof%/nplayer.r^J helrtorertoppountyisoffeefrone

JEWLRY ORV A WAVTCH Ol UT
OF REPAIR,
W M. A R NO L D. M6MAIN STREET,
Is the Place to go.
AANDAL 9
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND At OODS!1
!*lAdE5 t ntire~t,
SHORHANDTAKE A
ST WLL PAY YOU. Shorthand School, New
Busfldfis, 4 h Stll Bareit. .._ "

L. I. Abhott, law '9n, the dis- date-Friday, Oct. 9th. Everyonef
tinguished catcher of last years U. cordially invited. --AT-
of M. base hall ch, followed the SOCIAL COMMIITTEE.
base hall profession on a $ioo NOTiCt.-Studehn holding keys
monthly salary during the summer, at the Mechanicat Laboratory, please 1(alii n Phairmaqm
but will soon give it up for the eunsm e eStra fti~v lrc rm lecow94 week and money will he refunded..
ke.BitrckBimlcm 9,After Sattirdtay nlew keys will have to _________________
whose lectures on temperance cre be miade anid the old keys *ill hot
sled such asensation in different be taken. C. G. TAYL~Ok.
pars of thtt uigte past NOTCk.-Mexubership tickets for
summer, haes an article in this week's teAheifA .itoncnb e
'MVichigan C hristian .AdAocate on itMi
License, The Great Temptation." ' ticfrom 9 toisitso.

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