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November 29, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-11-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
GR EAT CLOTHING SALES XLSV HTESAD UNSES
ALOVERiCOATS AT 1 OFF. Youman's, AK nox's, Silverman's Hats,
- ~Exquisite (Gent's Furnishings, Bath Robes, House Robes.
ALL SUITS AT OFF. Smoking Jackets, Pajamas, Night Robes, Perrin's
Dress and Walking Gloves.
ALL SINGLE PANTS AT OFFr. HOIDGEMAiN'9S - M CKITOHE
See these bargains before buying.Eal&WsosCoaiaidiit

WA DHA MS. KENNED Y & R ULE.

THE TWO SFNMS.

-M_ STA.E=ER:-

I1.

Ann Arbor Savings Bank PATRONIZE t'-m# ----ii
nnAbrMc.caia tc,$5,0,O E SB RE H P!C oal!,
cisexchange on the principal cities oi the
United States. 5)raiis cashedIsuppoe -THE ARGUSS- 11 W. ,Washington S.
iceatittlca. 11ITINNAK Ptre.,
VasIDNM. c, ret., Vic Pr sT JO0 fI ql itc
W. . tAti ISCOCK, Pate P et. JT~ o
Sti. J.Purre,1t'- t latier. <T Lilt' IiCFS.
2k HOT LUNCHES
NOTICE! at O Srved at aol Hours,
ill the c ty.Fn ~lisanduOsJrrs Iteer TU
5"...II/ . AE. JOLLY & CO.,26 South }; tti Ili tATESi hEET.
SaeStreet.
® !. ?l-THE COLLEGE WORLD.
U.O N.CEDI.NV."2t-Choal tIIaisaitehearsal. News ot Interest to Universiy Stu-
Gov '9.-Proat. ''rhuttpuut'tlecture anus iusdents.
_____________________luecture room, ;t'clcki
FV N A L Nv 0- se iterary Scet.'The University of Vermont will
Dec3tum r aeectons, hereafter receive an appropriation of
Be.5.IladLe.e.Pan ct IEPHTDGRALHL. $6,0oo annually from the state.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS Dec. 9-Lecture by Hirsch.; Since the 'restsmen games were
II vi Easturnstreea, .*startetd in i 876 Harvard has won
A Rare Opportunity. eight gaimes to five for Vale, aund
S VItA tBtL Atwvo have heen drawn.
S aREUTA-eONsiTo all persons interestedl in ilhe 'lePictt lvn uegis
FOc S FOR2 3tRS.studyi, ansd especially tawsv tudents, i thu0lb., and Yale is.,86o; thc
0 YO RESCTE the lectures of lProf. Thomson on average of Princetton was i168 2-155
E A~ye Mosaic Lawv will afford a rare oip- thu. andt that of Yale 169 r irlbts.
s Opp. cui taportiinity to stutty that uvell knownvour Huse "- - ' "I --
__________________________vet so little knuosn, part of thc ()1s, Robin Hood-Opera House Tuesday
'Testamniut. Thse study will he ens- Nightt.
tirely froii a lawvyer's stantdpoint ftelrmradmsctonul
andundustoer the direction tof 1 uisl rio es id, indet it sissy be
IThonmpson tcartnot tuelp heingsitutu- snimmed usitsniithe shoirt setit e,"It
T Oestiue antI valuabhle.t stilhaidly he isiprovedt upton.'''ihiont
I(ThS flue n suihiects uvill ivte iaids suit thuisinds Of propule havse its
BO K T R . oeie toheiicours:istted tot the eciotsatidtwhitis
sons e ttea o thesourhiartd here it is saite to sasy ttiat thii
*I. utroctory. zTue tIe ' peotofthis city Wiillptove tillexcep-
tionto the stile. t'omibegitniiiio
birewvtIibtecl-sitandfit nuils atuitlandctriitttherisriito it ulit iet iiith
luaws. I'iomuestic rt ions toar- iOsriaiit is iiiphly file it s oitti s
SpteciatlIDiseottiit L w ushoottks dae 4 1tcts tsi ~ liettesftiotty t rettes asuit(;'cni
riae. . he ivi ad jdicalchtrusesontinittr ett sifth ouitie
Metital, Deintal ant all Utivecity l *i l, l I siesth i e 'tlr.Ifts srtue liiiiitr keel'sft'e auti-
=ies t'tice iareuitiiisoiistlsettroar.ITlie Sit
etIo s. T elretregutlatoits. it (riminial tcodle. iij i f N tttiti1,tiut is h to is
IN atitonal Ifestivals. 6. 1Theti.tonait treac'he ry-, n ude tfrhscy;I iiitfltii"lieadit reditsrhis
~ 1T+~ 1~~~tcoiistitutioin of tihe ttehiewv cotnt- tirst 'isswevehits iiiri itieni \lj
yL1r111y ofUU oDUU ' mnowealths andi iuonairchy. Iril 2ha inempthl if til h n
'lits series will beoimuletec thue to g"i the sitdetii the Iiianishlvis.
serit I sisustr b liof eusss This is i bt gipse it the Rhittn
is the city for 25) cents. Ageiit for by lotsttO0eratltdii nimusic iand lihirettt,
Keiit&Eue7htisutrltsrT- 'he opeinig tecturt' will he given sui acd o 1 oftie siteetest ever presenited.
Kefiu kss evat ething, In thiru vagisth -sAetlerom readty "reait iiiterest is imaiifestedin
mnuts. Unider pricecs o vrtig hseeigi h a etromits rihpetincshretinediibeaiis priot
psronmptly at 7 o'clock.I Tue time ttiat it stilt he the basisiurinight iftthe
--- tieatrica eaitsn. itifthe house wus
and tplace of meetling ftrsruntsertuet tbe jamouet fi the dsoirs iii this city,
S'T'OR ~ lectures will he annouincetd at thse oiily pittues thiat the people 'ipIpreitis
South State Street and Slain Street. eoeo at etr.tie oppotunisity they stilltuive' ttotiea
OsretoiteueIartHrsr. coeofectlcue.I"obhii od.tit

Excelsior Laundry,
20 sASU litNISn't itEEi.
tniiiredt. A. F. COVERT. Proip.
2] Years in the B3usiness,
CITY LAUDRY,
S . M. S.,t 's-,I . 4N Fuusuih St.
50 BATES FOR $5.00.
tIcaditnNeSa ov ieis.Hasraoftese
tik t i eut eaVss ii r k ist. he
oIt, Eofe etc ts. ruf.ar-. nuisi ~t.
On k ,sen StrdyvniTn.
$40. tt'ttQ hiittusttsjire s.
19n oenS. atudyein.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
SHIOS.
t FINiENW t~F
17 S. Main.
Godspeed & Sons.,
FUNSHES.
17 S. Main.

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