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October 06, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-06

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T HE U. O F M. D AILY

PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT! 1

THAT SHABBY HAT!

iwjrp(,ciptionwknille doolkvelbyowrill sia10o l innota Oo W1L SC5RCLY D I \N RBR
t(,l It gitiatesofl IheU. of Mil ol. 1 lo i-,imoy, fmgrt;yrei W I L S FR LY D IN A - fRB R
~a~kin' Phcirrcxcy, 4 SouthState tree. 1 Yuar glad tn return. anid we ,ire certainly pileasedtioIn see1_01a,
bu l no ipearmieres got a lung ways.
WTjSI-ROW K7OTT rTIZE FAZLJLAS DTh7EES1
No. 34 South State Steeet, nive 011161's- 111Str.I
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Violins,&c., &c, at Lowest Prices. 1121 Years in the iBusines5. I Excelsior Laundry,
CITY LAUNDRY. Coil uoSsigi ci
STilINGS A SPECIALTY. _ 'jT-,7ITS==- M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth St.aoldddeliveed. A. F. COVERT. Ins,)
MOORE&W BORO 0K STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ITwS o-~m om
l'niversiiv Text-Ilonks, Acdi rat iloouks, Lair IBooks, Dontild.13unks, httideits Note Boolks. Bhluik Books. Shttnerv. We liive alarrg
"ituck nof- Kellel anld Esser 1 Iraftimu i" rte o
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!
-AT-

S~iV C) I~. iCX ES.Call on Win. Fulde. tileo
The ochste, TellyalandThePerecton Sudet LmpsaveealTailor, opposite tile Law B~lilding, Oil
Tliomsucon, Iic toyl. ~lli Iie ortOtl~l Sillel~ LilO~ ilsO 00> llianl-st.,flirst door west of State-st.
olltraled tihat they give the moot perfect livght of anyl lamps miaie . Wihile til~eCleaing epairing andpressing(loneeoatly.
pices v-ary from 960 celnts to $15 eacih, tlley all give tile samelO quaility alldl 10111- So ils toorder a speecialty. Allwsorkt r-class.
AVrgllld Lalmp, withl porcelain slhadea, at -6 - - -05 cenlts I O ATT
lied Star Oil, tihat burnsa witihout odor, does loot chalr tile wick,
and gives a pure white light, delivered ast---- - 10 centa per gal Buy sm~ A rex= O1ook
Oil Calls, according to capacity, from - -2(1 cents to $6leachI.
To ace is to) believe. See our stock Iad you- will he convinced tllat we sell or tave somec Repairing dose go to
tile Ilest Lamop sld hest Oil for the least nmoney of ally Ihouse illtihis city. IW -A i~ls3 tnSre
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.,W Aroi,3 anSre
TrWU7 '%flA KAflI I 4Z Ir.Griffins frstl-eceture leothe , TPFF'C'RFI

BROWN'S DRUG STORE. I ivli r ,-.
We Don't Want Much!! Edgar Tlhorp, lit '91, is travcling
WE WNT ourtrae* n Msicin Spain.
wx.WwANT000 g deodsM. i The S. C. A. rcceivcd 66 ncw
we ovysaosdi eer members last ceening.
tigaght01of uso. L
WEL'WANT to kano your musiical (Hadlcy IBaldwiln, '3'lIt1100re-
WE WsANT t ocary such ast as turncd to finish his coarse.
wilfilsour needs. I'd.- B. Borthwick, '92, has rctllrlied
Now, What Mare Can You Want I' to take the lllhlter'O degree.
Piase, Gaitars, 1 njaa. Manolin,el-i., It .Aoaldr,'olils n
rent. or told on easy parments. H.A Sadr,'olthsre
THlE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., tulrned for his master's degree.
L.- H. CLEMElNTlw. Malnag'er, Earle Dow, '91, is leaching Latin
)1 Soth Sain 5Street.
in Grand Rapids high school.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
Timne Table i(Revisrd) Jane 1t) 185-2. Nisn atya il 9,i t
EAST. p.ni. WEST. 5. 1in. Nelolsyarwt'9,ia-
Mail ----------420 chitavo Special.- 3 07, tending the Northwestern Univer-
lia Express.----- 25 Oar Express....- 5 39
N. S. Limited - I- -)8 Mail.------- jIi oiy.
N. Y. Limoited._5 905 N. S. Limited -. 9 55
Niagara Falls Spll 2-7 p. in. TeDtotdlgto tfeh
DNEx a. , n, icago Expiress. 29 Te iritdlgainoffeh
A1. tn.t E XFpss. 1 $ (5. t Amea Pseeo- -59011 men number over thirty-live this
0.- t. Expres.---10 47 Paofic Ealreon-lO 27 al
0. W. iUGGLtS. H. W. HAYES, fal
Gl.l1..&T. Ageni,Ctieagoo. Ag4t.AnlIAriba, iloldeli, ciarter-back on '91's
FIRS NATONAL BANK team, s, 0practicinig on the football
Capitai, $100,000l. Surplus and Profits, feSi)0. Jes d.Walpirac'9,s
Trasacts a.ageneral banking busin~ess, fr Jetile iwel hamc'gi
eign ex(,tounlie sold, letters of eredit pirioaured clerkilinl a piharmacy iii Decatuir,
toe trnveloesabroad.
S.W LRSN asiecr -es.ills.
G R A LN G E R ' C Stl 3 1 , l s o n g, tto Professor
GRP1 G~Rand Mrs. George Hempl, a daugh-
SCllOOb OF iDA1U-iNQ: amisin o heThe .
10Oth Seasnn Octater, '9a, to May. '93.IU.o-M ameson turdheAy.willAbe
OUR ldNEWY HALLis cenltally loeated andU.oM.gmonStrawilb
every provisonthasbeenlmade to promrote the50cns
oomtort- oe oar ptrons. 'T'lere areInotnira 0cet-
10 mount, te danncing rom being On lhe
orodlo.Office at aeademy. 6 Maynard-nt. Blir '93 medic, antI Houghton,
S endil$t1125 a. rsassefor San- 94medic, took unto themselves
ple Retail 1lax- by nipretsOof better halves during the vacation.
theuBSTAND5IESin Ameriea.
Paut up 15 elegant taxes and Grfid
strietly paur. Suitatle for Po.Grfi elivered his first
PRtESENTS xprtennetargn
S prepadRfr naI l eg.ecture to the j uni on laws, yesterday,
SFGUINTHER, eeunr, on the. subject of Pleading and,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. Prcie

I "Filltil Z!l IlInL lt--% LULU- LV L,11;,, I A-i I I 'k I I %- I 't J-i ,

junior laws wvas entirely upon Eng-
lishi history.
The work of all the classes in
hivy is to be based on sight transla-
tions, this year.
The '95~ Oracle board is miaking
arrangemento to hold all meetings at
Newberry hail.
C. G. Arthur, formierly weithi'92
lit, is telegraph editor on the lPeoria,
Ill., Transcript.
1L. 1. Abbott, of '90 ball teani, is
in the law office of Cowin & Mc-
Houghi, of Omaha.
James Et. Church, lit '92, has a
position as tutor in Latin in the
University of Nevada.
Miss Isabel Ballou, of the '9 Or-
acle board, has not returned to col-
lege, and her nuccessor will be elect-
ed by the board.
There weill be a gcneral nmeeting
of all tile sections of P~rof. 13cm-
loon's English masterpiece oemin-
ary, Friday, at 4 P. um.
'The junior law claos at Yale will
number aboilt sixty mcn this year.
The senior law claso at the U. of WV.
has sixty-three members.
Ralph Stone, law '9 2, formerly
managing editor of the DAIMY, now
a practicing lawvyer in Grand Rap-
ids, is visiting friends in the city.
The one year men of the law de-
partment will meet today in the
quizt room immediately after the
the-junior lecture, to complete or-
gjanseation.

THTFILOR
WoIaLLOrEs OCTiE ia , .AT
42 $outh $tate street,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
G. H. WILD,
THlE LEAPIITG TAILORP,
to tile place tol go for fille Tailorisou
Ile 11a5 the moat select stock o ..
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
ill Stlitinga, Trotlacringsandl- Fancy
Silk Vestinga in thle City, and
would he pleased to have yost
call and examineIle
makes a specialty of
Full Press Suits'.
No. 2 E. Wahigton-St.. Ann Arbor.

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