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October 17, 1891 - Image 5

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-17

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TH--E-U. OF.M. DAILY-
--AGENTS FOR- __________*
6i "YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. cam The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings. The 4. T. Jacobs Co.,
Call and see us. 27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
1L... 3L1'lZ. N. 1.-WVe still have a nice assortment of ILight Weight Overcoats
to he closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.
All Arbor Ntaum JWHO,' Y~ COG A L. GEORGE L. MOORE, (Mooe a pear) + +
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.( FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Poll Line cf nil College Text Bosoks, including Law asaiac Wval D ythste etacks4
CALL ON Cheapest place for Nate BookasadFoaints a in thc city. if ralucac cow ini. Came along
SPECIAL RATES TO STU DENTS. ! h _ .. Tcldtfriendc. Incw havemy entire stoceat mycstcecn PO. 6 S. Mn AIN ST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. 1No. 11 WEST WASHINGTON STREET. CE. . V00E

WAHR'S BOOKSTRE, DON TOWN
I VEttY, HACK ANDi iGtOAGE LINE.
Every Student will save money by bnying University Text-Books and all supplies at Headquarters. We allow' Orders for 1trainca, parties, treddiongs, ec.,
special diseoitn 1LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENTAL BOOKS, inshoraut> every TBook iseid in tI. steccpair oatiended ip.
University. 5,000 IBlank Books at lowest prices. I MpcctIS MaDTH, SG.AVESccOfe
LEADING BOOK STORE IN TBE CITY. Gradic t re. Aat t iny
gi~mod Straightt Qcit. t The Inlander. COMMUNICATIQN. Has all the imtproeti tmaeiinerry, atnd ic pre..
I _____ - - pared tc tur tfrs t clas s waktnisci t ctnic
(No.5 I Eiittos U. OFM. DAnLY:tiree. Ccmtmercialworetarec ot alc ine day.
CG ETE.IThe first numher of the Inlander Pihnro aeacorcin ices jjreasonaibie andorkguatantteed. N«-i~
Cigarettiesmnchers who was putt on sale yesterday morning,.or ae of to-day asrgrdnO. M. MARTIN,
are thintheapsicte It is an exceptionally good ohumbeEAr, 5
a crgedthanthe p ice umer2"two members of the hmoahcClothCaktM ali
- traenCigarette,wittlSilsand stonulopateic Casketslargeesalel
chlsArgDcsuptecrdoto sol etsit ag ae department having seen the error of AND COMMON COFFINS.
ain thesWe publish the table of contents: thiwa'avcaneoerote J. A. POLHEM US.
tnmsdeiaeyThe RichmndnStraight 'eUiestyei of hve h' newouldrsay th
Cat No.I Cigarettes are tmade rom the hright heniry iy fMichigan. regular school," ol a htthey IJI'T J
nsms elctl.favored and highestcoti rs aeRALOh OSHCeNDBGAGyIE
Godd LeaP grown in IVirginia. This is the Old Pe.HnyWd ogers. caeLoSero i'thirway htACKtt AiDm AGGGEeINE
and Original Brand of Straight Cuat Cigarettes, Pan. Horiorer abu orhManStet
and washbroaghtothby unin the year875. . George Hoton. chsanged over P.o1 being able to take RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Beware oP imitations, and observe that the Phyic
firm nane as below in an every packgg. General Education of thePhsc both courses in four yas The Bakers and dealers in
The ALLIEN & GINTER Brach yearss DvdStr Jra. Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
OP the American Tobacco Cno. a.Pes ai trrJra. ero oshaving tusmade the tSand 8E. Washingtonflt.
Manufactarers, - - Richmond. # Irginia. A Grey Day. Maud E. Caldwell. echarne.Plese aetecreting A
~~, ~ ~i l~~Uh~' ~ he Three Unities. Edward i orppr EIRv.2 MEt
Hur______d Smith.T~EZR
Capital-$500. Sursac nd Profits,$17,000 eilo iiarnn. J.a. of-- Repairinganspecinity. 46 SOiTH M SAIN ST.

Does a general Banking haniness. Pays in-
terest on Saving :Depositn. Has safety
Depoait Boxes Por Sent.
B. KEMPF, Pres. ;F. H. BELSER, Cashier.
Bank oven Saturday evening.
Ana Arbor Savings Banak
Ann Arbor Mich. Capital Stack, $50,000,
Sarplus, $100.000.
Organized under the General Banhing Laws
oP thin stete. Receives Deposnits, hayn and
sells exthange on the principal cities of the
United Staten. Drafts eathed upon proper
identification. Officersat
CHTIAriN MACE, Pren.,
W. D. HARRIMlAN, Vice Pres.,
CuHs.S. ISCOCK, Cashier.
Yous Probably have some Broken Arti-
cle of
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
WM. ARNOLD, 36 MAIN STREET,
Ithe Place tago.
~ANDALJ~
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!i
34 tnHurncStret,
DCOURSE
I' 'WILIPnAY You. Shbrihand S h l, Newn
Builditag, 20lSouth Slate Street.

Jeremiah W. Jenks.
A Simple Story. Elsie Jonet
Cooley.
The Uses of Books in Experi-
mental Science. Prof. Albert B.
Prescott.
The Kissen.
The New Gospel. Hon. J. Logar
Chipman.
The Anglc of Reflection.
Every Man in hsis Humour.
Publishser's Page.
Adelohi Program.
To-night at 8 o'clock the follow.
log program will be given:
Munic.
Essay--------------Mins Gertrude Badk
Epitome oP the week.........F. S. Stiveri
Music.
Debate. Resolved, That the President oP
the U. S.shouldhbe elected by the-peo-
jnle.Afe., F. X. Kilbeide; Negis. F.Wileoi
General deabate.
Munic.
Room 25 (north wing). All cor-
dially invited.

'Editcrs U. or N. fDAILY:J. T -n tJ V Pr OTNT
The article in the October number U 1) IIJU. ~l iLIi
sof Outing, entitled "The Running State Street Grocers.
Broad Jump, Pt. s" (comprising six students pttroltsge especially solicited.
24 S. STATE STREET.
-pages) han recently been cut out by__________
some individual. It is an occurrence
that naturally excites indignation. C7 7 =
I sill not, hsosvever, characterize thse
Iperson or the act. The object of- AND-
this commusnication is to ask, through G V S
your columns, the co-operation of
honest students in bringing suchof 0 E CL S S
fenders to justice.
Anyone, under whose observation - r
any suspicious actions come, can
co-operate by reporting to me whatI
he seen, and I trust that no feeling1 (1k t Pi m .i
of indifference, or of any other I
nature, will prevent this co-OPP
tion R . C. DAVIS,
General Library, Librarian.
Oct. i6, 1891.
The Unity Club is going to give,
their opening social Monhe veS n- t
I logOct. ir All invited. ~ ~ -Dtot ih

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