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October 07, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
PASTE THIS IN YOUR HAT ! THAT SHABBY HAT !
Your prescription work will be done by experienced pharmacists. who are not only regis- WILL SC RCLY DO IN NN ROR.
tored but graduates of the U. of M. Sctool oft'lortocy, i t you go to
t g o o ot Pharmacy, 34 South State Streett You are glad to return, and we are certainly pleased to see you,
bit you know appearances go a long ways.
No. 34 South State Steeet, (Over Calkin's Drug Store.)
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Violins,&c., &c, at Lowest Prices. 12 Years in the Business. Excelsior Laundry,
CITY LAUNDRY, 0Coo 2 EAST ERON sREE.ueito
STIRINGS A SPECIALTY. A 'T= W LS I-Go M. M. Seabolt, No. 4 N. Fourth St. and delivered. A. F. COVERT, i>ron.
MOORE & WETMORE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
________________ANtD CORNER OF STATE ANt) WIIIIAM STRE-ETS.
University Text-Books, Medical Books, Laiw Books, Dental Books, Students' Note Books. Blank Books, Stationery. We lave a
Stock of Keuffel and Esser Drafting Instruments.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

-ToII.=ET GOOD--
LOW PRICEs.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY !
-Ar-

SAVE YOURIU EYES.
The Rochester, The Royal, and The Perfection Student Lamps have dem-
onstrated that they give the most perfect light of any lamps made. While the
prices vary from 0 cents to $15 each, they all give the same quality and quan-
tity of light.
Argand Lamp, with porcelain shades, at - . - - - - 65 cents
Red Star Oil, that burns without odor, does not char the wick,
and gives a pure white light, delivered at - - - 10 cents per gal
Oil Cans, according to capacity, from - - - - 20 cents to $6 each.
To see is to believe. See our stock and you will be convinced that we sell
the best Lamp and best Oil for the least money of any house in this city.
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

B THE CAMPUS. E. H. Clement, law 'p2, is secre-
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. __
tary and treasurer of the Page wire
We Don't Want Much!i ! H. R. Clark, law '92, is in a law fence company, Walkerville, Onta-
office in Chicago. rio.
WE WANT your trade in Music Charlotte has ten representatives Dr. Darling has a clinic, with a
goads. D.Drighsaciiwt
WE WANT you satisfied with every- at the U. of M. this year. cleft palate, upon which he will
thing bought of us. Harry L. Stearns lit in the
WE NT to know your musical' y , peratenext Tuesday, before the
W E WANT to carry such a stock as law department this year. dents.
will n your needs. Louis V. DeFoe, lit '9, is work- C
Now, What More Can You Want ? ing on the Chicago Tribune. Charles Palmer, lit '95, who left
Miss Belle Sperry, lit' is the University last year, will return
Pianos, Guitars, Banjos. Mandolins, etc., to MsBee pry lt'92,s
rent. or sold on easy payments. teaching in Albion High School. the latter part of this month to re-
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., Dr. Nancrede has performed two sume his studies.
L. H. CLEMNTs. Mannger, D.Nnrd a efre w
i south Main Street. amputations of the leg this week. The German Lutheran Ministerial
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. Dr. G. H. Cattermole, class of Association, while in session here,
SeTableT p...(peied)Junews,. '9r, is interne at the hospital this visited the library and various Uni-
Mait.----------0525 Chien Epecia 39 year.versity buildings, by invitation of
Day Espres------.5 8 Day Expres..- _ a37
N. Limited-67A ait. .17 Miss M. Luella Denman, of Smith President Angell.
Niagara Falls Sp'a Chicago Epre College hasentered the University Captain Dygert, during the prac-
E. N. Express.S -- 0. ii..Exress A iE s_ A509 with the class of '93 tice on the campus, yesterday after-
o. xv. rss .10 WHPacicx s V0 27 Willard L. Mans, '95 medic, is noon, suffered a bad sprain of the
G.P.&T.Agent, Chicago. Agt. Ann Arbor. attending the University of Penn- the right ankle during a scrimmage.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK sylvania. He may have to go lame for several
OF ANN ARBOR. Election of officers at Unity Club days.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, s3oow. in the Unitarian church this evening There will be a meeting of the
Transacts a general banking business, for-
eign exhtange soid, letters of credit procured at 8 o'clock. Engineering Society this evening at
tor travelers abroad. DEi nei oit hseeima
S.W.CLARKSON, Cashie re. Prof. Adams wil not begin to 7:30 sharp, in the Engineering Lab-
GR NG Rqui' his class in Pol. Ec. (3) until oratory. It is requested that all be
GR ANGER'S week after next. present for the purpose of electing
The senior dents are located in the two officers and transacting other
ANI ( operatingroom, and are prepared to important business.
1th Season, October, '92, to May, '9. do work every afternoon.
OUR NEW HALL is centrally located and Mr. Harry Ashley, of the T. & A.
,very provision has been made to promote the Pres. Angell was in Chicago at-
comerrovf onrbaa bns. mer tre nos te din Chic a A. railroad, will bring a party of
ground aoor. Office at academy, 0 Maynard-st. Toledopeople to Ann Arbor in his
the Congregational church.
Sendh125,gnor$3c50 for Sam-private car, next Saturday, to wit-
pieREtisTC NDIyESinxmric t r business meeting ness a tennis match between the two
tstrictly ppureg. itbeTld
S P spin Seuegant boxe 5d of the Literary Adelphi will be held Toledo cracks, Secor and Wood-
PRESENTS. Express charges onSaudyenig 8,t8
repaid. Hefer to ail Chicagso Saturday evening, Oct. 8, at 8 bury, and Paddock, Dodge and Mc-
T'r tne Addresas, o'clock sharp in Room 20. AllUnvriy
C. OUNTHER Confectioner, Kenzie, of the University. Play
CICAGO, ILLINOIS. members are expected to be present. will begin at one o'clock, if possible.

Call on Wm. Fulde. the
Tailor, opposite the Law Building, oi
William-st., flrst door west of State-st.
Cleaning, repairingand pressing done neatly.
Suits toorder a specialty. . Al work first-class.
IF YOU WANT TO
3uy aM6Aarm 1 Cod
or have some Repairing done go to
M' q. Arnold, 36 Main Street
STAFFORPJ3
-THE-
TAILOR!
Is showing a first-class line of
of Dress and Business Suitings,
Trouserings and Fancy Vestings
for Fall and Winter.
42 south $tate street.
G. H. WILD,
THE LEADING TAILOR,
Is the place to go for fine Tailoring.
Ite has the most select stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
in Suitings, Trouserings, and fancy
Silk Vestings in the City, and
would be pleased to have you
call and examine. Ite
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Suit'.
No.2 E.Washington-st. Ana Arbor.

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