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T iE MIIhIGAN DAILY-NEWS
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ANDREWS' AMERIOAN LAW FOUNTAIN PENS
AMERICAS GREATEST INSTITUTIONAL LAW BOOK $.0ec
A treatise oii the $ -o e c
JURISPRUDENCE, CONSTITUTION and LAW Linen Paper 15, 20 to 25c a lb.
OF TH~E UNITED STATES. Playing Cards and Poker Chips.
OALLAGHAN& .COMPANY, MRI OALE
,alM R aw Publishers, Ciilcan,.) S H L E
NN .xRttlKt( tlK\C1: 340 STATE 5T., Opposite Law Bu ilding, I I16 SO. MAIN ST.
Visit. ~eitsch~let, the lr'hotogwapber.
NEWENARSTOREEDINGNOTICES.
119S. MAIN ST. ilt1 lts'1'' t e cl 7
Tailor for Ladies I11.,1-1 J-J 1,1 : !E
and (Gentlemnen.. \ 5 u' 1 i .ls1-- dvol. ttllitl ' ltl ,1'
ANN A BOa. 12Jlltiiel tis ~I'~ l Ii l r, t ol. 'i5V" 1sriii nrsa
4) 1. 12 - 0 . . -I txr].: A- ilii- - - _ -
209-211 E. Washington 1111,. (Freaki]ci slSsi11
....SELLS.... t t 1 i L.A itnlx 0rio. i d~iis i ll ii a ins '512SS.5 l
,RANDI~NS i' IIi iliiitc '' r '. ,. it"I il, d3 e0
and
G U IIARS
-in small p)ay set.
_ICHL AN ~
"The Nriagara Falls Route."
THlE SttWiT LIoNE'-
ANN ARBOR TO
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
0051or 's-irm ion imi itar' icketsrlIonii or .
wnritei to 1. VV l.Xli5izu.n A r iii.
ANqN ARBOR
RAtILROAD
TIME TABLE
Train s e 'soRn Asr ; c ,.lenleailStand-
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'No. t.-11:35 A. i.a . ii t' il. m.
Ni. 5. dosea. Nt. . o
"Run btweien As'.r and Toledos only
All trains danlyexe,,ep,' ndav.
,V . 11,1,0 . Agent.;
W I. BEN NETT (1 11. A
Detroit, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor &
Jackson lRy.
(ar s v or Pie1)-iroil 'ily hltiou lus
isegine itt- si t;15 a. tit. ntil 841;. .in
(sas s iring A A rbor iiit, 1:5.10:151
anid 1:1.5 rnn in I i s .'ir as Ypsilaniii.
Waiting rwsin cirrirAnn iatidititsin8.:
Detit l002 Woodwad te1 i.
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t { , I ' t li-S ii. 11i i I1 ti t
WAH R,
The Shoensan,
2'S. Main -+t
FREE SHINES.
I
1111 :-)'1~l 131:111 i p -:All hinds o
't'' itll: Itt ltl Oiiilttil1 ;I (voll'.( I. ' 1",1 111'l'11 M ICHIGAN BANNERS
12, ,i 111'iiiiw iIl' and Banners of all Colleges at
iid11It'1fi iii- lltti: S *- ii& tiid 11111P 5W. 51111 111 "Isil L VE IS C RN R TO E
I. i ''51'IlouisIlilliioi1n I''lrlul lii1s1C1itilni.t'nosso tiirpine. $ (liis('1renrenti
Ca , thII oli 0 i 11 - 1 i'22 g lSnin -i
CahlcChurch; (lasses 8:00_ ag, Pres. 'C.Nirsnn, ViePre.
10:30 a. 171.; Vespers 7:30 p. in. Si liti li lortlui Dail, N v.Nun ee HIi sEnCashier.
]Ifet Rn tArbor Savings Bali
FIGKhik BiIliad dFdFIOrs and Bowling Caia 5o. 5fif}.ses'+1ine>.-,i5.t0 L
ec uaue S on tpinicipial cii-iii.^ f kheUnie
S , L. ,.OP NINOG NVWofAtiSr
'BROOKE'S MVARINE BAND ORCHESTRA Can'a+ts til0.Sieds pus.ir zdIant 3.0
r> uel 'ats Itt'iiu 'u iiulaoubantutI it- srin- sisi- P ois'lg
NEXT J4TCJRbI4T NlMHT, OCT. 12, 8 F.M., QNIVERJ1TTIHALL ° .i si.Prs.nARR vSO 1.1
lion. George R. Wendling on "Stonewall Jackson" Oct 30 5Si'W.'LAlilnTaiiNh-iir
His Excellency, WU TING-FANG - Nov i w. Anst,,, scm't Vietii'i 4fTh
16iWBRS$.0Joni C P)OAsr ,As..t'aier ciSflVINO$
Incttuding the atbove. BlINK
Ex= President Cleveland and Senator B~everidge 'rransaets a general
9Bankng tBusiness.
(ioodyear Glove Rubber
(General admlission, single admission and reserve seats on sale Fuill lieof Elkskiii(its Shois.
at Wilders' at 336Southtl State Street, Ann Arbor, Micthigan. LAM ERT-- 613 William St.
"+.-+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++.H.+++++++-I +++++++++++. +++t
'11--- -- -- -- -- -- B i T l (t~FOl'OLA'1 I NN ONFEC'TIONS. t;N,,00 'E'.'ltS 11 AA IttINiTON T., :]t; 5. SiTAtE ST.
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A GOOD SHAVE, Hugh Johnson's
Razeor Hroning,11 thriunais onday, PionerCa, 1 4 E.o HturonlSt.
91. N'.1. B. WELCH, Open 117-serlighi t. onr ed w i i
W. it (2ok'House. 0Huro11nSt
HAVE YOU SEENIVIL
THOSE NOBBY BROWNS M I
CAMPUS BARBER SHOP
For a first-etass htair Cut
and an Easy i-hase . . -
HERB JOHNSON
AIARD
U. o1 M Barber Fc tamn n
Shop and Bath ty, dne iy lts
RoomCs, 2 AEand Pasi 1
s 32 STAE. J R.Tro'anowskl
THE FINEST LINE OF SCOTCH APU
ENGLISH SUITINGS. N THE CITY

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