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November 12, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-11-12

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THET11711-. OF M. -DAILY

Tooth Brulshes,) GOOD S T1INUG$ Discount Sale on all Overcoats at Noble's.
I i:S We i eill 'temi. IAi
And the Bristles -wll nlot com7e ;Stringed Instrument! This includes even our fine tailor made
out. -
3nd ShrState3 S.State Street.
4S.SaeStreet. jaer e . 34
ANH -~ ' HN i 51 I)I(X 1-~S
Our SiocL il e f2cc-ti Cnmp'elte and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
S E.V E ; Y f>UJ 11 15 Call on Wi. Fulde. tie
Thel~x..st~r.Th Uo a, ad he erectonStuen Lalr bae enyTaliii orippiite the Lwof state-lllgCoI
i~i i'iisi l'.'ClieliO ii, (1( te illt'(iill Stliett iiliijN hN ( Wil1hiam i . ,ist olrl-'est o tf ttest.
(((i i dtliIt they give' thei ((lst peret tliht ofan(llampstatlie . Whiete i cit~tu 3in tdingaeapreesig dIe enel},i
prce varllt 5'n1101 cI ents to 1it1eeah, they all give tie snknllelit id t(lJuan-10sis ta rdee ap~ein iiiAll(lrkfirsclas.
AlgaullLamp, iwttltporcelilnslades, at - - to c1entts IF YOU WANT TO
iBedl Str Oil thait bulrnsa withIot odor, doencar 111'te xxik.
and givea a imure white ligt. delivered at - 10 cletts pet gl 33u~ra AlrmOoom
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITYI Oil gna, according to capity, ram - - - - 211 cents to $16 e11.1
To see ia to elieve. See or stok anid you will e econvined tttate sell Iio hae saae Reaiiag(dala'ga to
the et Lamp and est Oil o the least money ofaniy house in tisaetyA' d
--AT - 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. mV- nAriOI, 36 Min Street
RO NSD U STR.i THE CAMPUS. met in my ramleo is Dr Dawe STAF
13ROVN' DRU ST E°LL; is lecture on te Reomaationt was
Pro. Griffin lectures MondCayl', a masterly efort. IHe traced te
\T'~I ill You Look altd Pro. Meciaii, Tuesday we at history ackward andI piiturel
lois. at Penn i.deeated ILehigi,Maytuhnsceadso l-
Shw X ' i ci icstay, bLxtCeii. cNIindl l ose ii-ytohe cneatl5 11 t
Ae tir Show W indo! t t qent was the appeal when lie askei
itsonsoyaot score atfy too.O* lIhaCshall we dioiwiti thetiteble?'
ii-((ellstry lbtti IJ. G. Kral, ')2 law, is loated that te adlientce siotted a ye-
GUIARSwitit Mora, Kras, Meyer andi
KleQ~in, Chicago, 11.Spouse sves riiI iltt
PIE.Classes il l retro-tllerallrutlcs, ThDetlsctyrnrdtePRC SFolowing progranmmie Tiursday
lilt CILO~t t5. ~ srgery, ophthlalmtoiogy and nerrvous eveinig: 1 Reatotnot Tetporay
TH'CN A i P NC. disass xere examined yesterday. adPraetTeh .D oe;I
i. Sut Mia Stett rAe expects to receive a val- adPrtaetTei,'R .Jn Shosliwiig a firs-lass lhe ot
TrxT~f~~r ~2K'r~NY 'ihe lo atinsrunent trin er-address y r. Tat; "Plaser lit-
M-~IA N al oto ntuensfo e-pressions,'' Dr. laidle ; '"Plastic 1resanti htlihilllss Sutings,
many ini a few Cays, tr te miedicai Fillings,' R. D. Mlride. T'isrig niFnyNsig
:2:Tha_ i-t- 40 hc aol eial odeahlstumre ei htrete A movemntiiis ottftot to havefi'aliidMnti
I-iLimte 62 N a mi -- r~;Gootiscet ateennotetlestudents alet CiniSaturdy
-igrFas p1a. is. ChieagaSxpresa.%" by Mr. Price, on "An Old Gacier," mornings to practice college songs.
D. xreta. AmeeleasG. ept. logyatiasas,6' Pro. Stanley has agreed to meet
AtlstieEpe C- 74 eicanExp__ ISan otheron the ''earelgfKna,
e.. R. Espres io at47PaificeEpress _ "'2m them poidda sufficient numner 4 Ob tt tet
0,i. R. tians. . W H1-1.s ' byilMr. tird.pridd4 $ut stestet
I. r. &T. Aentsic lag, Ag. Acn Artir. MePherra, uha has een sick tr xiii come out. They wiii meet next
FIRST NATIONAL BANK the past six weeks wit typhidC Saturday morning at nine o'clock, T
(f ANN ARiBOR. ! evriIsiloly citnvalescing. in room 2. G. H. W ILD
topital. i1151 . SapusandPo S$0, .fvr
Tranac- n general anking lisinesa, fora , Miss Gerrude Merrill, ormers Pete IW. Rss, at Elk River.
oign elisites sad, eter oacredt poed svstn-il i.sla.rneoesu ih oya 1T T~PTf
1(1 ravees akroad. of 93,isiitn her sstr ,NsMin,re mbsuswtacoyfTH LE SN TAILOR,
s. wd. tCuuiaxoo, Caahier. ' B hessie Merrill. te Minneapolis Journal, at Nov. >,
GRANGER'S The service at te Baptist church, containing a fuill account at the ts the pae to go oe ine Tailoring.
SCH OL F D R IN tonmorrow evening, xiii not begin Univ. at Minn.-Northwestern oot- Ile has the msot select stck at
S~ilO L~ OF AN~INO uniti 8 o'clock1 awing to te union all game in whict Minnesota ges
(th eason October '2. to Y1,96 young pepe's meeting preceding it. the championship afthe Northwes- FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
OUR NEW HALL in centrally located and f The pastor, Rex. A. S. Carman will tern league.
very prvision ha been made to promcote the
C'omeort oniur p aros. There are noecirn preach upon the subject, "After the The W. C. T. U., of hec Univer- it Suitings, Trouering, and Fancy
10 munt ee daning room being on (ei
grund fnr. Office a academy. 6 Manard-t. Election-What?" iy, held a meeting, yesterday Silk Vestings in the City, anti
Send flit, tAor 3511fr Sam- The St. Lawrence Daily has the afternoon with Miss Richards the wudh lae ohv o
pe Reaidso b xpreowolbepasdthveyt
IheESTCANDEi Ameriea folloxwing concerning Dr. Dawe, whorsidnt Efforts were made to
Pt up in elegant bxsend 'ives the first lectur presidenteya call and examine. ate
s trietyure. Suitable forgieoteesya encorporate the society into the
PRESxST. Expese hs esmksaseilyo
y pliepod. xertoaiCChls~ad.' Guild course tomorroxw evening at Sunday school union, but they willaksapealyo
;; ., rynr. Address,
1.1T c .CH. GUTHER. Conercinr, ts E hrs One of the1 remain a separateoraiton AFulDesSt.
212 Y ltstate street6 most eloquent orators that I Haveoraiton AFulresSt.
v CHICAGO, ILNI. teM .cuc:. social will soon be given. No. 2 E. Warhingto-t.. Au Arbor.

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