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December 16, 1892 - Image 4

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TH UL. OFMH.DAIL

TAKE A KODAK 1001 QglS ;~A5
or I W Th eYOI tttet A IY at l~

C i- R:ISIMA S.

Mahogany, Cellu115lodboundildges, ,
ONLY $14.00.

-IS SELLING-
DEFJ3 .HATS AT X1,73
Every One Worth $2.50 to $4.00.

D on't fordet1thatbox of 11(1 01cI .rr- 1liĀ°I FELI oWs IN PIIOOR Ion.
either. WILSEY,

CALKINS',.. 34 & State, ,, iti >tiiib t<,

UP S-TA I RS..

MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK- STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND CO R.01Nil ()IS (II I NI) (( ,aI SI i'RfE~tS.
FIOLIDAY- -OODS.
ALII'M S. IBLES, BOEi\S, ',TA NI.)A El) BOOKS ANDI)BSTS, ETC., ETC. STUI)ENXTS A KINI\VITED ?TO SELECT PI-'TSY
ENTS BE 'FORZE GOIN(G HOME.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.
86--- 182 Call on Win. Fulde. i.e
11 NUSE 'l'ff't((Ii'Tiltor, opposite thle Law ItlltltIilg, oil.
t)rNotb .l,emex i i'.', wowi'll meca ki r ixs(0Ann i xii'I' li ii +.(bli ( 'xx I'-.ii whihi, <1, W iltiall-st., lust (tool' Ave Po(f iStale-ti
h e ae i xtae - 'ix p.1 ilex, bothiasltoprid, ixtent, al %xi' ty (ii xi+,c . C('leacioea irage n rsitgdtc e
HO IA OD~ Stilk anld Fille Mixedi Candl~ylat -- N' etill F
IfTlWANT 'TO
iioice Mixed (ream Caoly. (at- - - 12-Bu-
eeld Chocolate (anidy, (It - - - - 14 (- ~g~&1 O+ Coci
Very'Betl oo atle Candy11111, It - uo '
I N 'I'llHIllITYllOW Null (I N '- 15 A fixedl Nlts, at 15 r1 1)., Ill lb b1.2ftre2till 2 1 (halLe oe Reiido ne d( II to
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. mArolk3MonSre
GRWNS1)UGSOR~ THE CAMPUS. ITthceecitt be 110leteure to tillie~ tI~1F P

'I. I I J 011 ,~0 .1c T1102l11w2litbralry wilce t12otpenx tir-
il gll1 Yt otltaook
it"" Illn story Wtlll't fol 11112 sIlilil'r c-,'iii ntliastti ia
GU ITAR S c Ili tsoit
.I)li i' ixc(1i~t he 112 111111 11 s1111e1211 of
PRIC(ES. OhItierin.
T111 ANN 0111011 011 'N C(I)E Mr. ttlilnr, ilitic ii ll(100-
:1tSouhNI a stelI.I 111 N 0w1s able 10 resum~ce this11ortx
yestelI(ly
lejG11,.6 I3iAN' U NI AL Prof. Ielllooa is i~ing the1112 vlt
'Nn~be(IeieiNa (ebe. li'. englineersx inal exanimation~s iil
N. S. Limited a '!al -- - __ 9 3;x 15 '(Ic. =ance, tiele awleibrarian, ce-
\Nxo-xo'a a "lx 1sSp1 .1 '5l). in. 111 Ii)toget this cear s latatoiclle
aIn, C lhicago IxAare s. '1lei J
D. N. Fxes --'.. :38 G. It. lxeressx_ _ 5i40111tby I"ebrllury.
AlIalli-CxH (xxis. 11R0 ('hi.Nih I+1) 90
G. .II Feproxs-A l 02110 cific' x Ix -10 Ie freshtman mxecical (c1lass1 citt
o. NV. RIlcix'ri:x. 11. 0 1IdAclxs
(x. P. \. I'. Arent, ('lilixpi. A-I Ann Ac ix 1110111 a class socialt Saturdac'E12112111
inNewuberry thall.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK A large nllllber ofl'96 mIlellil's
OFP ANN .ARB~OR.
Capitl lI. 1-i0. siurpluscIandiIProtits,- 5.11 0(111 i sitedt Ihrs. Carrowc and 1Nalluredle
-aoal'-"i generlx Iasl aukinxabusie c~rlin.ic'x c'esterltac .
lir'travler'xslilbioid. 1lralI K1uh111. lit '9, 1111s bell
P. 11C111 Pile ,
11. 0'. ('lecexONshier caledl homelPonl accoilnt of 11112i11
GRF\NG~R' 1 healthaof hie fathler.
"ITn lT A ~INGI lT hu Wman 's Leaguelle cctt 101Ild
~ ~~V~ Ut u 1'a~l'J~i'anotlher mleeting until after thele 11-
10th Season, October, '92, to May, '93. day, 011111 1r. Carrowycwitt deliver
lUll NEW HALL is centrallc-located and anl address.
,;cesy provlisiio has been made Ill promote CheI
'sootctf oue palrs-l.Thlereuseno stairs Mrs. 1B. AIl.-Tonlpson icas issued
yo mount, the dancing roornlbeicng111nthe -o
gr'-'und looas. OffceC a1 acadecmyc;Maynard-st. Ilzrilatiolls, to 1he youlng ladies o
seed 91125,52, or 50 aorenam- the Episcopal, -cIIurchl for tan At
Y plc Recoil Blox by expcressIf H once Saturday' afternoon.
llc te BEST CANDIS in Amserica.a
Put op 1n elegant boxes and Paehsaetepue Siabefrheoero
PRESENTS. Express charges e o tasrlyrc
El prepaid. Refer co oil Chicago. entrfumefoatamelyac
Pa i Try it oace- Addreso, wih Harvard atth gaetob
:12Iate, StreNts gisen at Boston on Feb. a c.

(((, lee ((10a icxci... 5 , Ilil.frti

for 111111(ay ccill Ie delicveredtiethter
tiomoirrowIPo02 s011ic 11111re Satulrday.i
%l tinIterested 11n111e2Pres('1lub
fsholdit ltendtx cti111111 g (If that
olrganlization toii le' hield till roomIi
N ewberri hallI.atI.1;o i otcllek,1t-

If are11 in1' P. 11(11 if- u lii u
1)r'- slil lrll xIs eSuit. Os ci-

ccort yese'lrdayc. 11". Ctinltilell thasj
11121211 110i5th)' atiifew1115d1ays1(0, in11 c(11 Stafford'l. Nr. Slaflocilis
facorin~g11112111111121torc cvith "star
chcanbers." ildij tpoinctt L1
1The slubject of 11r.lbower's talk 1111(Iilg i (11 'ltiftid
at Adelpihi tonciglht is "Funrny 'lie-
11111510of Success." ' this is exiied112(1 110 1111051grilo- ilf coikis as 111'l.
to( be 11111itealatractice etu~re of
the programl.
All excellent 1111112is anlticipatedl It
1111 art 1111111social, to1 le give121111115 42 $Outh $tale $treet,
eceninlg 1by2 the Flcc'lrtll ILeagule, at _________________________
1111 M.1 E. chu~rchc.'-Tie admnission
is to be tell cenits. G. H. W ILD,
IDr. .111211 le \'ilbliss, Iclass 1
'1(51 occup11ied( IDr. Carl (II's hour T 1 T0 --
yesterday', ic stoccillgthe seniorsTiL .L.PJJUII~L i
colle of his incventlions5. lHe has
lprobably inccented more incstrumnlts Is tle lalce tc go foi iltle '1111101 ic
for ope1ratincgan~d applyinlg remedies Ile las thle miost select stock oii

to theoe 2anccl naso-phlarynlx, tha1n
ally othcer main l the coluntry.
Room 24 was crocwded to its lut-
umost beating capacity last evelcing,
when Prof. Stanley gace, instead of
the regular lecture in course a "in
music, a lecture on the " Messiahs."c
These lectures, gicen before thle con-
certs, are becomncbg very popular
and are attended not only by the
students but also by mcembers of
I thse facultyc and citizen.

FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
ill Sliltiigs. Tlolls~ler c sid Fancy
Silk Vestisngs iln the City, and
wold he pleased to Dave youI
call Sand examisse.Ile
- msakes a speeialty of
Full Dress Sssits.
No. 2 E. Wasuelntou-St., Ann Arbor.

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