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December 03, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-12-03

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THAT GILyou left GOOD Sl I

L i lii h 11111ii a
CALKINS' FINE CHOCO-
LATES
Wlieo oavo le ouse for IChlristmoas.

Syringed Instrument.
WILS5Y'S
1' " lte'arc owx.l j34 S. State Street.

Frwi tho ii~o liiitgamides- to the bst tiiiifltiirlll <i;.
EXTRA VALUE INI NATURAL WOOL Also the WelI-KnOSIWn
I WAR'NER'S HEALTH ['UNDERWEAR 1and(
W RIGHT'S UN\DERW EAR.

MOORE&WETMOIRE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET ADCRE )- TT N VIAMSRES
liri 1T1vext-Bools, 4loedical Book:, LiixBIoll-Sok"', entalBooks, Stuldents! Note itool , Phoik Book-. Stat 101101 . We 1lois oa i-Y
Stock of serilel and Esser I)r fting Inistrumnts.
Our Stock will he found Complete and our P'rices as Low as the Lowest.

LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY !
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Will You Look

Yt IE V.Lj. 1jX2S.Tailor, opposite the ELaw lilildijig, 011
lie iNochiesier, Thi oxat.llnd Tile Pertectioni Stuldenlt Lamp~ls have 111co- William sth, foot door west of State-st.
111011alitiiithat1te11 give tilenmost Iperfect lighlt of anlam11010 madle. '111 ile e Cleslilg, 1epaiigtltld pressin~g done Ineatly.
n 11Suits1to1order- a specially. All workk frst-class.
piles villy fro11190icen~ts to 15 beacih, they all giveC the sam1e qualiY lltyan l-
tity of ligiht.
ArgandLaml~p. witih porcelin xshlades, at - . - --Ol 5 en ts "I OU WANT1 1O
Ited Star Oil, that horns without odor, does nlot chalr the wick, 3u aeA a m lc
a11( gives a pure wshite lighst, delivered at - - - 10 cetits per gll J
Oil Cans, accordling to capacity, from - - - - 20 cents to $0 each. or lace snane tepairing dsne so to
To see is to believe. See our stock atnd you will be conlvinlced that we sell
the hest Lamp and best Oil for tile least money of any hoose in tis city. WUhn. AritOhJ, 36 MNid. Stret
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

THE CAMPUS..
Cornell is agitating thxe iuestion
of organizing a journal cllb.
Prof. lde Pont lectures tlhis after-
noon011before thxe Sclhool of mosic.
D~r. E. I). Slawson, of '92 decntal

Atlour Shlow Wiildows-
itCso(wn11story aboult

It tells

GU ITAR S class, is visiting AnnI Arbor friends.
AND iProf. Truleblood gave an elocti-
PRICES. 1tlcoary centertalinment at flint last
T1'111ANN ARBtOltOI~t_,AN iCt., 'eve wllbea eei11g.te
51 Ssoth Mainl Strecet. ~r vi i nchlgo ie
w. C. I.U.Phtis afternoon at Mc-
'lim .al (vse taNoemiberl20, 1895 IisMarion Stronga is centertains-
EAS.Ip I. WST a.m.ing tier cousin, Miss Cassie Avery,
1ayl-,ollel-. --ill'0 l. X~lres---- 8 2 fronm Iowa.
N. Y. Limilell -. I9I"V' N. S. Liied -_959 Brownl has secxureid an extension
NiagaraI-als p5127 11p-.i.
a. i1. 1ChIicago I ipress. 2190 o)f 11r Christmas hloidcay to inclue
D. N. Express-__. :3 .5 15 I. 10. Fil s -- 5 08
Atlantic FEsecesso..85 1Chil. NightlEx__19 5 iNew ersdy
1G. I. Exspres-.--101 ill aclute Exs--10 i x ea'scly
0. .0I'. 1-a.1cs. IH. X. (Sri ;. tHarv ard is to build a boat hlouse
G. P lIT. Agenlt. Clicar-'. AgL. Ann Alrisa.
costing $30,000 on11tile ev athlietic
FIRST NATIONAL BANK groundstO next year.
OF ANN ARBlOR. 3Mcaia nier ae1nse
Capital, 110.90. Surlusla. and Pi'tsl, Oi30,00(1. btcaia lg neshv iih~
'fas Ngeeral bankling buslines, oxr work: in surveyinxg andlltaken lt~iptiat
eign exciow sold 11, le sIfcredixt procur-ed I
for111011 trv ler arolad. Ilnlpractical draxwing.
P. IBACH, Pres.
5.5W Czt 11so1, Cashier. S. S. Miller, lass '7j, 11015' al
GRANGER.,, attoraey of Owcosso, M~icht., is in tile
~IT~lflT flj~fl ~ city on legal business.
S liu ub O UA1 1 Te t' nixersity of Pennlaia
10th Season, October. '92, to Ma~y, '93. !Football association received $tio,-
(It'l NEW HAIL. is centrlly lcated and I ooo for the Oslile wsith Ptrinceton.
e-very provl~iso has leens mtade to promtote te 0
cosmsort o1f1111 patrons. rfhereare nostairs IDrs. Nancrede and Darting opiec-
to mount, the dancing rostitbeing o1te
gr~onlor-. Offoe at academyW, 6Maynard-so slted 0on two cases of lair-lip before
Sendl $125, $21. an $150 cor Sast- the dental stxudents. Thlursdav after-
Yple Retail thox br expresot
tlteBES'l'OANDtElioAoenieo. noon.
Pcut upin toelegatnt boes nd rof. Conelyr will cniehswr
sttictly pure. Suitable for cnin ysvr
PRESENTS. Expresseltorges t aslSpeetsms
Ta.J . 'Styit once. ~ZT~,Address, nfcioecCtr.JudgeChamlin will do the
C.TflT O. GJTE,'tcctte,Chm
2 12 State Sts-let. aenx eetr
CHICAGlO, ILLtNOt1S. saenxsmstr

Prof. Griffin weiltllprovidte, at thts
owvn expense, plrinted qulestions in
Stelpieniott Pleaditng, in order to
aid in the study cf that su~bject.
At a regullar mleeting of the den~tal
society, 'Thursdtay mlornsing, papers
were read by A. 'Bailey antI J. Grey.
H. Breit gave a demionstration on
cleft palate.
'"Work at thle Soo ' 5was5 dis-
cussed last ev-ning before tile Engin-
eering society by L.. S. Pomoeroy,
-M. E. Ptorter, J. t. Conklin, Chas.
Spencer, and H. U. Joh~nson.
Half-back C'amtp, of the Univ. of
Penu. team, by scoring twenty-seven
touclh-dowvns thlis season, wins the
Red alid Blue prize, wvhichl entitles
hill to a trip to Chicago and return.
Ann Arbor bulsiness men aplxoint-
ed a conmmittee to devise means atxd
plans for furnising thxe Schlool of
MIusic with a sxitable buildinic. Tule
school has already out~growvnN exw-
berry Halt.
Thec Chicago Univ-ersity hxas bcetn
umade thxe beneficiary- of a portion of
the Williamt h. Ogden cstate valued
at $_5oo ,ooo. -Mrs. Josepho Reynlolds
has also pxresented thle sanme insti-
tu~tion wvith $azlo,ooo.
At yesterday's meetin~g of the
junior laws, a conmmittee svas ap-
pointed to confer with tile senior
law committee relative to tile matter
of securing a speaker for Feb. 22.
Mlessrs. C. T. Towle, C. A. Park,
and M-r. Hopkins were thle ap-

i J Ji.J, J,'.J1 Lie
S If you011 i ill d10 Of la fine
(-1111 (Icanyflithilcinor line, call
on1 Stafforld. Mr. Staffoird io
atgain drolig his own cttfing and
thine~lst grade olf wolrk is asdsxrod.
42 $outh $tate $treet.
G., He WILD,
IIIE LEAPDING TAILOR,
Is the pltace to go for line T'tiloring.
Ile has the mo0st select stloc-k1of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
Silk AYestiitgs intthie City-, and
wvould be pleased to have youl
call alnd examinle. le
nmakes a specialty of
Full Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washingtoni-St., Antn Arbor.

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