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October 15, 1891 - Image 3

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THE U. OF .4. DAILY

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THE TWO SAMS
AGENTS FOR-
- "YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. c
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings.
Call and see us.
L. LITZ.

1NEW GW G01)8
NEW G00DS.
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
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 be closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.

in Arr bor llI LahIi COA L. GEORGE L. MOORE, (Mocetssor to +
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Full Line of all College Text Books, including Law and Medical s, by te stacks.
CALL oN Cheapest place for Note Books and Fountain Pets in the city. Freslanen crowd in. Cone along
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. M rTA E ~EL ~ old friendas. now have my entire stock at my store on NO. 6 S. as sNST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WEST WAsHINGTON STREET. GEO. Z. vICRE-

WA HR'S BOOKSTORE, On
Every Student will save money by buying University Text-Books and all s
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENTAL BOOK
University. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices.
LEADING BOOK STORE IN TlE CITI

giehmond Straight Quct THE CAMPUS.
No. 1
CIGARETTES. Captain Poe, of last year's Prince-
Cigarette Smoera awh ton eleven, has an article on "Foot-.
mare than the price ball at Princeton," in the Youths'1
charged ear the crddnary
S 'Cigarett , will Snd Companion for October 8. 1
Tins BRANDnsuperior tu
alothern. E.F.Koehler,'90 lit, is the junior
I' The Rilchmond Straight
Cut No.1 Cigaretes are ma efromthebright- member of the law firm, Tiffany &l
es, muir delicately flavored and highest runt
God Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old Koehler, Omaha, Neb. He is now
and Original Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes, .
and waenroughtoutbyusiney r187&. in Colorado for his health. ;
Beware ofimitationsn, and obinerve that the
frm name asnbelow san every package. The senior and junior dental stu-
The ALLEN & GINTEE Branch
OftheAmerican Toaceco Cu..' .dents are invited to a clinic in the
Manufacturers. . . Richmound, Virginia.
homeopathic hospital at 2:36 p. m.
tog a l R$ l ithies, alk. Thursday, on removal of inferiorl
Capitalt $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $17,000. dental nerve.
Does a general Banking business. Pay In- During the summer of '9c there1
terestusn SavingIDepositn. Han safety
.K DepoHitB Eoeufor Rent. were 28,625 students enrolled in thet
Bank oen Saturda evening. 22 German universities, about 600
Ann Arbor Sa ings Bank less than during the winter term,
Ann Arbor Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000, and nearly 800 less than during the
Surplus, $1.000.
Organized under the General Banking Lawn summer of 890.
at thisnstate. Receivesn Deposit, bus and Many of the medical students an-
selas exchange an the principal citienof the Many-
United Staten. Draft ashnied upnpoe
identificatin. Officersc un propec ticipated small and poor clinics until
CHRISTIAiN MACK, Preu.,of hsia,
C W.s B. .tAasuAN, Vice Pres., the opening of the new hospitals,
nAs. E. HISCOCK, Cashier. but contrary to their expectations
You Probably have some Broken Arti- the clinics have opened up with
cle of large numbers and good cases.,
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT The Webster laws decided last
OF REPAIR, night that the majesty of the law.'
WM. ARNOLD, 36MAINSTREET, should be upheld by closing the
Is the Place to go. world's fair on Sundays. Arrange-
A D ments are in progress for holding a
public session of the Webster at an;
early date.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. The first regular meeting of the
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS! 4ahnemanian society will be held in
30 East Huron Stroet, the homeopathic amphitheater this
TAKE A evening at 8 o'clock. the pro-1
grainme will inctde usic by Miss
IT WILL PAY YOU. Shorthand School, New
Building,i20 South State Stieet. eekweth and Mr. Osmnun, and a i

VN TOWN.,
LIVERY, HACK AN) BAGGAGE LINE.
upplies at Headquarters. We allow ! Orders or trains, parties, weddings, etc.,
S, in short, every Book used in the ITelephonepeN inSt opp. PostOffice.
MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
---_PIANIST-
Highest Grades Taught Apply at wilsey's
YT. - Music stare._______
TIE -EXCEI.SO1R - LAUN1PRY
address by Prof. Gatchell, president Husnil the inproed mac hisery, and is pee.
pued it trn sot frst clcasswork ansahort no
Of the society, tice. Commercial work turned out same day.
ofricenreasoanable andcIwork guaranteed. Na-
The report of the directors of the 20S"t Huron st. A. Cos's', Prapriecc'.
Houghton Mining School just pub- DEALARIN,
lissed, gives a history of the incep- Cloth Caskets, Metallic
tion and organization of that insti- AND COMMON COFFINS.
tution, and compares it at some J. A. POLHEMUS.
length with others of its kind in this IT 2EVTM T=
ALSO 'BUS BACK AND BAGGAGE LINE,
country. It appears that the school North Main Street.
is unique in its character and scope, RINSEY & SEABOLT,
and that its work has been of an Groceries,Paovisons I orandFeed,
exceptionally high order. The ob- 6 and SE. washington St.
jection that but few graduates are J. H A L L E R,
annually turned out is met by a con- TwE ,

clusive statistical exhibit showing Repairing a specialty. 46 SOUTH MAIN ST.
that but one other school of mines JU D. STIMSON & SOnS,
(that of Columbia College) has grad- State Street Grocers.
uated as many students in the same Studentspatronageespeciallysolicited.
perod. One hundred and eleven 24 S. STATE STREET.
students in all have attended the
school, eighty-nine of whom were
Michigan men. The present num-
ber of students is sixty-five.-Detroit
Tribune. -AND-
NOTICE-Members of last year's
94 class eleven will meet at 53 S.
Division street to-night (Oct. 14) at
7 o'clock, for the election of cap- ---AT
tain. W. B. WARD, Manager.
NOTICE.-There will be a meeting
at 9 A. m. Saturday, in room K, of 1 1akn P i-m q
students electing course XI in histo-
ry, except those who were selected
for the Wednesday section.
NOTICE.-All those who have not
paid their Gym. subscriptions *ill
greatly oblige the cotn ittee by re-
mitting amount of subscription to.
V. H. H INCH MAN, TreRaerer,
67 E. Washingteoa-st. j7I Fot St , W 4t. - Detroit, Mich.

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