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October 05, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-05

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
TO THE, STUDENTS. THE - TWO- SAMS.

GENTLEMEN:-
We wish to call your particular lattenition to the fact that ourWEAE GNT FO
Stock, as usual, inceludes a geniieal. and complete line of high class
cliothiitg. Young Alen's Yohiia

1)5~

made upl with all tile detail, care and. skill which ccharacterizes the
best mterchtant tailorissg work.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.
Ann Arbor Savings Banki 0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Ann Acheor Mich. Capital Stock, $50,000, tso tttii
5Slplus, $1501.( l oncin
Or'ganizedtunoders the GOenerttl Banhing Lasss Fioe Shower Baths. New Porcelain
of' this state. Iteceives Deposits, boy s and S hl Tubs
sells exchatnge on the psinci pal cities of the '30 1, ahntnSt. J. R . 'Ills)ANOtWKl.
Unised Ststes. Drafts cashed upnapserIets'
dentification. Otficers:
C'sLSTisscssMAtK es., Ila~ ~~
W. .eARMA, ic.ueocresi.
w. o. AnnH., Vis' te Ches.I
Mt. J. Flte, A ss. Ctosh is's. lCilpal, $50,600. Sseils, an Pfits, $, 17,000.
Does a eel tBanhkig hasinss. Pays it-
terst on SavoingDeposits. Hats sitly
Deposit IBoxes fortenst.
It. KEMPFtb, Pree. F. Ii. IsE~r-EtI, Cashier.
flauchosees Soit is' listm
Q PATRON IZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP!
- Na. 4 EATN URON- 110STRiET.
_ _ _ _ _ OUr Absent __ensWhr They
IAreand hatTheyAreDoing.

Sit Verlpai's i4ats,
ANtI IODGEMAN'S MVACKINTOSHJES.
EXQUISITE FURNISHINGS.
PE1~J(JN'S GLOVES.
Woe wsh to 1)annuncel'thtlttwe sire ein. out ori the 1Rleady -Madce
Clotliitig Jlauillt'ss ani substtute l'hlercili ha l ilirillg aid Flie
Shites. Oii accoun~t iffthus chiatige we shill sell all our FINE 1OX
O\TEiuJ)A-TS AND) SUITS AT ACTUAL CO5ST. Call atid
AT TH-E TWO SAMS.

THE INLAND LEAGUE, I

.L_1A. iE IN 1./.J1-1. Lj __- Eli R. Sultton, '9 2, lit anti law, is
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS., jracticing lawv ini Detroit. A Now Organization to Further'
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS 1 . T. Au~stin, '92 lit, is teaching Social, Literary, and Msusical
301 East Hurton treett in Owsosso.
S AV EREDAN AVW. IDu)nn, '91 tetdic, list en- 'The shoot nanied organization ap-
ENOVIcABLES A tered the ittrsry departmetst with pears this year for- the first timic,
RPTTN the class of '94. slid a fewtinitroducetory wrsna
-- 115 CUStill 231YRS. WX. It. Turnhull, lit '9t, is teach- not lbe otit of 1)15cc
0 YRTRADE
111(r ' in 10tile Mseistee flilgilSchool. is a115,25set forth ill tise tt-
E A. D U e ISo IH.13 Shoemsaker, lit '90, law liminary anlstlllcerrlert, is to firsi-
SOpt. Court Hoc e. '92, formerly tmasnaging editor of isis mesns for the fuirtheraiice of
lte)01 is is practicing last in D)en- social eljoymnt as svell as literary
vet Col. aridisusical culttire amsong citizenls
W ahr's WV. IV. IiiSisOil, lit '92, l issak sod students. This it proposes to
for 1'. fi.wsork, do by gitinsg luring the sinter a
P~ete IV. Russ, it '92, is principal series of entertainments,, icltliilg
of list schsools at Elk Ricer, Minn. lecttires) ususicales, socials, etc.,
BO O K S T~ fl E.B,). Hollandi, '92 lit,. iDAILtY at a nomiinal price.T h ie series still
BOOSTOF. ditor, is principal of schools st include twventy-six entertainimenlts
H1okst, .\lisun. stsd thse price for steason tickets lies
R. C. Thayer, lit '90, contitnues b i xe ttelwrt f$.5
as principal st ,\Ianistee. ''lse etertainmlents still lie giteii
Special Discoun~t on1)1,55'Boolks, Miss Mary Curtis, special studlent on Mlonday eveninlgs, adiiinicluties
MedicDeln1)ital11111 Al l Unitersity.ls eriI ce~rs f csoslectures, llitsicales, etc.,, iy tise best
'etBok.The lrgs.a aron hi.local talent, antit nuisiber of rme
'F52til~5. llgs . 1. Shsersciii, lit '92, 1s teactsleg fro oteplcs TiksarOl
Latinl in tie lsuistee liighs school,. u te sae lcesCto
Mliss Jessica lPenn~y, lit '92, i5 sale st a niumbler isiaces.
S~l~rloill' N~b BOOK teaching ill the isli peieng iighs 11ttl~l~iu5 l

1 ,2 . SWaIshinton tri~eset.
T"he HigjheOt
of~ perfectiol
in
Tailoriig,
IS EXEMPLIFIED BY OUR
QorrEpt fCning
D Pe Sp uits,
GOOudsp8Oq& soil
OUTF'LTTERS,
Ile, 17, 19 So. [adin St.

A class on reacing music at sighst
in the city fior 2.5 cents. Agent for)still he formiet iis the U'nitersity
Kesiffel & Esser Mathiemsatical Instru- School of -Music to mseet twice a
nots. t'nder prices on everythsinsg. sweek ins Newberry Htall, from 5 to 6
Io'clock p. in., Tuesday's and Frn-
cdays. 'rie tulitiotn will be $5 per
S'I' ~ ~ I semester. Studiessts can register at
South State Street and Main Street. any time. Class still meet next
Oppofite tenet Hose). Friday.

fron the Naltiionall Libirary Associatiion,
243 Wabash avittmeO, Chicaigo5,lii. Aud-
tress lteA,3sliiitiossfiis particlalrs.
cool Im
AoiENT's SlANTS rs-Liberulsalssary1
paid to actics', sciue-ascuke yoisng mess,
stssdeiits preferresd; emsplsiymsenst pleas-
sout auss permanoeost; 010besik pedulilug.
Addroess, Nationassl Library Associatioon,
243h Wa~bashs Acesite, Chicago, 111.
eost-I m

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