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October 07, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

TO THE STUDENTS.
GENTLEMEN:-
We wish to call your particular attention to the fact that our
Stock, as usual, includes a general. and complete line of Vigil class
cloting. Young Men's
made up with all the detail, care and skill which characterizes the
best mechant tailoring work.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.
Ann Arbor Savings Bank 0. K. BARBER SHOP .
Ann Arbor Mich. Capita1 5tock, $60 ,00,In connection,
Surpius, $10,00
Organized ander the General Bankng Lasts Fine Shower Bathe. New Porcelain
ot this state. Receivea neposiss huys asd Tabs.
sells exchansee an the principal inies at the 301EF Washington Si. . . tTRaNOwYSKi.
Unied dStates. Draets cashed apon preper ..
identification -0ffcers
CHRSTIaiANMACK, Pres., ss t seti' s
W.tD. HsARIAN, Vice Sees., l 1 se .ns e
l Hnes. E. HiscocK, Csshi-se.________
N.1.J. FKice. Asst. Cashier. C ital.$5,0(00. Sursisl 5and Prssits, $17,000.
Doessa generalBanisnlg business. Paysis-
to retoSvi Deiltposts. l-letaieiy
D~reseit loxeslior Reint.
it. K FF, Prs. F. H-I. LEtl, Cashier.
'iBanks sssovenlray evesning.
PATUONIZE
OWEN'S BARBER SHOP !
x.® ; \o4 Fe'sTIlURONes (ussesi

THE -- TWO - SAMS
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Yohimas' Ilats,
Sitvfermpaii'sfats,
AND HODGEMAN'S MACKINTOSHES.
EXQUISITE FURNISHINGS.
PEIRkWNS GLOVES.
WNishito anenoinstha ist 'weae iii.s o t )t the IRlea dy Id
Clothing i1eissssss aind substitiste . ?tc'rclisiit I' si s in cid line
Shes. On accountiofithsis echasngel we slisll stll sill ounr FINE BOX
OME1,t'OATS AND SUITS AT ACTUAIE COST. Csl1 and
E'1X1I1i555S'.

I

KT

-"THE ARGUS,--
1FJNE joy 9 4 I
AT Lisle P'ICES-

AT THE TWO SAMS.

iF N D AL WORK IN ECONOMICS. OPENINGRECITAL.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.,--- A Notaule Msusical Event at New-
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS !sof pie, 1). at \Michigan. " Two years berry' Hall Last Evening.
e30nEasHuonsteet,. ago lee took tise place osf Prof 'lelrtrciagvciiyts r-
I Adiames fosr oesesiester. Since
S isA-cE iEREc ANsthen lest h'sslte ltchair of tis- fessors eof the news School of Mu ssic
ENVIBLE tory aensiPolittilScienccest Alhionte occusrredi last eveig cNebrry
HsFRsISeFOR : eS ve. Collegt e. l octor's thsesis is a I isall. Thse buildling was fills-si io
O ssYour-sasee finishtd work Isandsi c sreceivei thset
soiTC~~rUF~ ovrfowigeven thse standlsng was
S .Osier &Soentiovrlocc iedngeimrsso
mogltstmie ssssntritiss iit h
OPP.courtH~ous. IMs ooeley, a sonseof Jusige macic tupointhscu-isenoscby leese
Thonsas (Cooley,"radueatedi froem tite newly cingagedi ierformoers was sic-
ftr' . of Al first as 'Mi E., then as A. noicienal aend as some lsavee'tirtssesl
WBar. H.le has since stuissdi in Gee- it, accordedi with thesr asthertic feel.-

niiany anei Italy. In the recent cecu-
seeslee 1ha11ciharge of tile statistics of
BOO K ST IJK ~ sireert raiways asde bisthietd an cx-
*ceediinglinteresting monograph on
tile suet.Ilie is a canslisdate for
the degree of Phi. D.
Mr. Dixone is so recent a graduate
of tine U. of M. as to he welel known
Special Discosunt ons Law Books, to all readers of the l)Asi L. tlou
Medical, Deital aind All University is a candisdate for the Ph1. ID. de-
T[ext-Books. ThlIrgest gre
Slldols' Nobo Boot!"

iege even ibetter thaen the perhaps
mcore noteed neesicians whoe are
brosught heere endser tse auspices of
our Cheoral U~nion.i
Mr. J.- Erich Selnieaai surely cwin
tier whcole audience lee lastineg admir-
ation. Mr. F. 11'.Abiel changed
manlynincds over tos t1ecadmniratiote
of his chosen insrumnt as well as
strenegtheening its popeularity amsong
the formier frielnds eef tier Violin-
cello.
Mr. S. R. Mills, perheaps, ou5tid~
the other performers in the minds
of tile listeneers, for hieswas far ahove
their expectatieon, as expressed biy
some of thosse first to think of our
new Scieosl of Mesic. Mr. F'. Mills
did not fail short of mleeting the re-
quiremlents of estabulishing a sound
foundation for tier violinii snd en-
couraging others to puersune its study.

D~egree1
of pert ectioij
irn
Tailorizg,
IS EXEMPLIFIED BY OUR
Qorrt~tpfleIflg
D reppsuits,
OUTFITTERS,
15, 17n, 19 SO. Main St.

in the city for 25 cents. Agent for
Keuttel & Ess'r Mathematical Instrus-
metts. tnder prices on everything.
3TC RS:
So%4th State Street and Main Street.
(opposite Coart Hose).

Opening Social of tine Students
Christian Association to-night.

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