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November 29, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-11-29

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THE TU. OF M . DAILY
THAT GIRL you left'Q;)J STRINQ UD$V~Z FR
behind you -______,

Laist week. srsaitd likeoa )()lof
Strinued -Instrument.
CALKIN'S FINE CH-oGo- - A

- Front the nmediumi grades to the best manufactured, at
E1XTRZA VALI-E IN NATURAL WOOL, Also the Well-Kinown
WAI'NER'S HEALTH UNDERWEAR and
J WRIGHT'S UNDERWEAR

LATES

W ILS EY'S,

A n- the Pirs134 S tt tet
W1hen t''in gohome for liristms. ite Loiw. S taeStet

MOOREC&WETMOR, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND C s01'M (ISTATE 'ND11 '011 150S' R1 501.
U"nit cesil vText-]'olohs, M~edical Liooks, TLot-Imslk. ent iIl Boks, Stuident ' No te Itoki, Hifatt! Hooks, Stationer. AV"(lax cealarge
Stork of Keilfiel an! Esser It aftt lgI nstritmets.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

--T21 2T OtOODS_-
flotIX PICES.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!
-AT-
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.

: AJVE YXO
The ltoceser , The 1Roy al. ind 'lI
otistrated that they gove the most lperfe
prices vary from 911 cents to $15 each, t
Argamd Lamp, with porcelain shades,
lied Star Oil, that horns withouodsor,
sod gives a pure white light, (Ie!
Oil (ains, according to capacity, from
To see is to believe. See our stack
the best Lamp and beot Oil for the leas
44 Main Street, South.
THE CAMPUS.

'IUlt E CIS Call On Win. Fulde. the
'tailor, opplosite the Lte- Building, 011
iPerfection. Studlent Eallto laveem-1110 illiam-st., first sdoor treat of State-st.
et light of any lamits imade. W~hile the ('traning, eepaiilgsntipi-esstsgtdsne neatly.
they alt give the saune quality antd 111100Stilts to triers siectalto-.Alt work fSrat-class.
at - - - - - 15a ceita 11 YOU WANT TO
dlees itot char the wick,
ivered at - - - 10l cents per gdl $ ,'S m7 ~ ar=O1ool
- - - - 211 cents to $6 each.
kaitd you will be convinced tat swe sell Itoritave somte lRepiring doiie go to
st .money of aiiy house in this city. W4m. Arijold, 36 Main Street
DEAN & COMPANY.________
Pock's advice to college studtentsI
is to got to biet!carly- and avoid the S A F Rp
The Nest'Yosrk Sunt, 'Trihua nd 115
Times tave ri .csllege ieisofsthtleir f r
'nCiGlia- ivliiersity- Ireshmtens
iav loe st- ear icasssitndgOteaIS ~
It is estimtatedthaItit the gae e
c eipts tar till' Stle gmet15 mita to

Look lDr. Stiker splent the hiolittars at
WEtill YOU o k Orchard Lake.
J. 0C. teibel, '9 1 liti,trill tot re-
At outr Shows Windsowe. It tells hirntoli college.
it's issitstirs' about IEigitty mnatre teying fir thos'
GU ITARS I -ons ottthe Sale ttectire.
St til eerdial stedy r
PRICES. r o opeates 1111011fite eases ot
catrt.
THtL'&AN Atitt1lt 011 0 N IO., lie. ],eatnk 1eese, formierly a stu-
51 S ii l Min tet.sdenit atthet'tiveersity, vtited the
Lw' ti oslittil ytesterdlay tithi a patient. 3N
________________he law S. C. S. seesvlees tottighit
' OTtot p. e ll'.tt 'ii itrtt a.ev itne' itlibe let1 hy C. P. M rAllister.
Mil--------14 'S CeiisotiSteeal Illsh.
Ittay E\,Jlte~s -___ _ 0 15 it- i se _ s ttSubjct; ''Gaits aissLtoss.' ! p. ini.
t.. " ,int'd _i-s .? s. i ii S 5 l---- 1, orty-ciglit 1perccitt. of thefuns
aiaara Saals si's' ii °_>Irsed its the spotof the U. otf11.
Di. N. Exprtess--- . 38 . It. lstExaparirct of is
Milantic, Esr"" s_15 liii. Nigh~t 4 i;ls- ear wsadietgiftio h
1. tii.lisp is's ii 1 4.W01111 ' state.
11. P. .i1'. .Agt-it, Cicago. ttt. Ann 11At-iort. '0i, si-~. -. tres
FIRST NATIONAL BANK who has beets practicinsg at Detiver,
IOl ANN ARtBOR. ,Gel., has rettirisetd to take s,'si-ti
Caiitl,,l.n o.51t.Steilos antoftits. $30,( 0. wrk for a fet eks
Transat, t=itgeteraltbaning btin toess, toer- oho
ei exettlil:.' oold, letters itf credit itrocreed A-r. SWilbur, '93 deist, practicedl
toe tratelerssabrod.
SC..15.P. BACH1,Preso. (lis lprofessioni at Hansburg, dsuritg
S.W IAKOCashier.
GRA GER' jthe vacatiots.H-Ieiiadle Iis head-
GRSdNGrR'Ss'it the office of Hr. Swartz,
S U~ FDANboINi Ou l~: ibrarycontains, according
I thiSeason, October, 92, to Xay,' telirrins9ecn.rled 2,4
11UR1NiEW5'HALt is senttasly luoeated sod thliria'rentept,834
eiy provision has Seesnslide to promocte the t 590~
.comtort 1,3 orstir patrons'T'Iherensielo stais Vlmi pies>non
to miount, the dancing rosin being on the-
grondflose. Office atsecademy,l6Maynard-st. and 726 maps. Thse library receives
- Seed $i1a5 2,or $3 0 otttieSams- 331Tperiodicals.
fa.I p1e Retail nos b expiresese .G ceeadofsbeneet
jfllf thenBESTCANDIESinsAmerica. H.G Clvan hsbenlct
Put up in elegant lioxend5 ed president of the Western Inter-
PRSEFNTS. Express charges
prepaid. Refer toall Chicago.collegiate Alssociation, to fill the
Is'yitonce_ Addrese, vacancy cue by the resignation
C.0 FGLUNTHERCosnfectioner., aue
'12 Sais Street.oLaphSoe
J CHlICAGO, ILINOIS. ofalhSne

over $ X0,000.
Its his liingural tisdsress.,Presi-
dent Scittristan sttatesl that C'relt
Un-ivsersity is wsrthseti igis t IittiItion
dollars.
Th'lere is ati aeticle on1 'Alisha
D~elta Ptli at StZiciigan Univ-ersity,'
by 13. '. Bol~ranid, 'Sq. its the No-
vectiber inmber of the tUniversity
3t1agaziiie. 'Tberc is also a groutp
pictuire of tile mrembers cit the fetit,
aind a picture of the htouise.
'The college presidenits of all
Mlethodist Anserican colleges heisd
a15 insportant coiseteioint Detroit,
last week. 'Tisey oversre about zee
insstitutions of learninsg, wvhich hove
ais enrollmntit, of 40,000 students
and own psroperty'amnt ttinlg to
r$26,ooo ooo.
he registration up to the Thtanks-
giving recess was 2,679, distributed
ansong tlse departments as follows:
Literary, 1,393; law, 6o4; medical,
340; dental, 192; pharmacy, 8o;
homeopathsic, 70. Secretary Wade
is confident that the registration for
the year will reach 2,300 if ltne pres-
enct rate of increase is maintained.

Is sitossiigit lirt'o-eltas- its of
Dreess ttiiIlil3sittOss Sittings,
Ti-ettset-it go amndl hattsi'v- F tings
for Fl antmd Winter-.
42 South $tate $treet.
G. H. WILD,
IIIE LEADTDTG TAILOR,
Is the pltice toi go fstr fie Tailotritng.
Ile hiss the Icist select stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
iii Suitimigs, Trouiserings, and Fancy
Silk Vestimigs ini the (City, amid
would be pleasesd to have you
call and examine. Hte
makes a specialty of
Fuit Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Ann Arbor.

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