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October 01, 1891 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-01

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
THE TWO SAMS- N W 9ODS,
AGENTS FOR NEW______.
66YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. .- The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings. The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
Call and see us. 27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
L . 1BLITZ. N. B.-We still have a nice assortment of Light Weight Overcoats
to be closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.
C AL GEORGE L. MOORE, (ucess + +
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Full Line of all College Text Books, including Layand edic'l Book. by the tack.
CALL ON Cheapest place for Note Books and Fountain Pen in the city. Freshmen crowd in. Come along
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. \/J~ ' ~~EI oldfriends. I now have my entirestokatmystore on NO.6 S. MAIN ST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 WEsT WssHINTONSTREET. mEo. z.ooRE]
WAHR'S'BOOKU-TJNESS IDIPLEOTORY.
WAHR'S BOOK STORE, DOWN TOWN.: MISJUDITH GRAVES,
Every Student will save money by buying University Text-Books and all supplies at Headquarters. We allow I~ IApat
special discount on LAW BOOKS, MEDICAL BOOKS. DENTAL BOOKS, in short, every Book used in the Highest Grades Msie 5a ey
University. 5,000 Blank Books at lowest prices. THE -. EXCELSIOR - ILAUNIIRY
® Han all thte uioved maehinery, and is pre.
.Lw ir N. pared Is turn out fist class swoonshort no-
lice. Commercial work turned out same day.
T Tt AT.T\T/1 T/l1lT7 C. ,rNTT-N T1 TTTT. !vtern'f reusonas----- ant.. work-- 1- uran____ d_. .o.

LE.
IphmonGd Straight Qct.
No. 1
CIGARETTES.
Cigarette Smokerswho
aresilling to Day a little
more than the price
charged for the ordinary
Irate Cigaretes, wilt find
THIS BRAND superior to
c NRaltc.hmond Straight
ut No. lCigarettes are made frm the bright-
e, malt delicately Slavored and highest rant
Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old
and Originat Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes,
and waseoughtout hy us in the year 1875.
Beware af imitations, and observe that the
firm name as below is an every package.
The ALLEN & GINTER Branch
Of theAmerican Tohae C..o.,'
Manuactureet --Ri chmond.Virna.
C apital. s ii,ooo. Surplus and Pro its, S ,0.
Does a general lanking husines say in-
terest on Saving tDeponits. Has saety
Deposit Boxes for Rent.
R. KEMPF, Pres.n FrH. BELSER, Cashier.
Sant npen Saturday evening.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Ann ArborSMich., CapitalSock, $50,000,
Surplus, S$1S0.0.
Organizedunder the General Sasing Lawn
of this ntate. Receives tDepositn, huys and
sells exchange on the principal cities of the
United States. Drafts cashed upon proper
identification. Officers:
CHisTIANMACK,Pres.,
W. D. HARRIXAN, Vice Pres.,
CHAs. E. HIscoCK, Cashier.
You Probably have some Broken Arti-
cle of
JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
WM. ARNOLD, 36 MAIN STREET,
Is the Place to go.
AANDAL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !
30 East Huron Street,
SHiORTHANDTAKE A
COURSE.
IT WILL PAY YTD. Shorthand School, New
Building, SN South State treet.

ADING BOOK STOR IN THE CITY.
Bulletin Board. is Miss Judith Graves, a young pianist
now residing in Detroit, but a native
A reception for Rev. C. M. Co- of Chicago.
bern and family will be given this Her first teachers were De Prosse
evening, Oct. 1st, in the parlors of and Anton Strelezki, and she made
the M. E. church. A cordial invi- such rapid progress that she now plays
tation to all. such important works as Liszt's two
There will be a meeting of the concertos, Brahms' concerto, Chopin's
directors of the Athletic Association E minorConcerto, D'Albert's concerto,
Thursday at 4 Alph N sonatas op. 53 and 111 by Beethoven,
yt 4 p. m. in ApaNu Schumann's sonatas, Liszt's B minor
hall. E. E. TAYLOR, Sec'y. sonata "Rhapsodie d'Auvergne,"Saint-
NOTICE.-French, Course D, Sci- Saens', Tausig's, and Strelezki's diffi-
entific Prose. Tuesday and Thurs- cult compositions, and, in fact, the
day, 2-3. Room M. German: whole repertory of classical and ro-
Students electing Course 19. Tieck's mantic music. Miss Graves has con-
Romantic Dramas will please meet certized in Detroit, Kansas City,
instructor in Room M, Thursday, Wichita and many other Western cities
1OIZ-a S , or 4-5. with great success.
Chapel exercises will begin Fri- Robert Downing.
day October 2, at 9:'5 a. m. Robert Downing, the brilliant young
NOTICE.-English course 15. American tragedian, who stands on an
Those electing course t5 in Eg equal footitg with the great actors of
g Engtish otir times, and who is unsequalled in
-Principles of Style-will meet in the robust characters of the drama,
room L, Friday, Oct. 2nd, at 2:30 will be seen at the Grand Opera House
p. m., to arrange for hours. on next Saturday evening, in his won-
F. N. SCOTT. derful impersonation of "The Gladi-
ator." Mr. Dowing is supported by
-f lthe finest acting and best costumed
company in America, headed by Eu-
genie Blair, without doubt the most
Miss Judith Graves, the well- beautiful woman on the American
know piaist f Dtroi hasar-stage, and certainly one of the beot
known pianist of Detroit, has ar- actresses before the American public.
rived in the city, and will receive a The New York Commercial advertiser
limited number of pupils. Miss says of Mr. Downing's performance of
'upThe Gladiator" : Robert Downing,
Graves has given a number of suc- the young tragedian, who is a great
cessful recitals in various western favorite on the East Side, began a
week's engagement at the Windsor
cities and also in Steinway Hall, Theatre last night, opening in "The
Gladiator." There was not a vacant
New York City,where none but great seat in the house when the curtain
artists are heard. Miss Graves may rose. Mr. Downing, inothe title role,
be seen for the next two weeks at s a great success, if one might judge
be sen or he ext wo eek atfrom, the frequent applause and the.
Wilsey's Music Store, between the half dozen calls before the curtain.
hours of So and II a. m.,,and 3 to He has as fine a physique as the late
5 P. m. John McCullough, a voice as power-
ful and movements as graceful. His
New York Musical Courier, Sept, 12,1888. actinlg showed much excellence on the
"The subject of oursketch this week 1 whole.

Prices reasonable and work guaranteed. Nb_
20 East Huront . A. F. COiV ElRT, Proprietor.
0. M.MARTIN,
DEALERS IN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS.
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE.
North Main Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
6and 8 E. Washington St.
J. HALLER,
TE-,xELmm,
Repairing a specialty. 46 SOUTH MAIN ST.
J. D. STIMSON & SONS,
State Street Grocers.
Students patronage especially solicited.
24 S. STATE STREET.
M. W. BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, A N D
ART GOODS. 10 west Huron St.
--AND
COVER GLASSES
-AT-
?I Fort St.,West, - :DetroIt,.MIch.

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