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October 10, 1892 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DL7. 1Y.
JUS3z THAT' SHABBY HAT !i
iR\E - dr~I he IWILL SCARCELY DO IN ANN ARBOR.
5o and- thin- ntetre o You are glad to return), and we are certaidly pleased to see you,
b z6lut vo lhknw pearanlces go a long ways.
Of\LKINEi MUSICAL ┬žODSIj1 SFY53
O H 000 CQ ATQ9 ALVIN WILSEY, 2] Years in the Business. Excelsior Laundry,
4 "i'FA I SOt I CITILAUND Y20CEAST HIUtON STR3EET.
Finest l-l dmEsesls,,' 5CITY L0530D0. Il God Work 0Guaraneetd. 5ood, Balled for
ove t~llinsDrtrstre AN RBR" M. M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth St. anddeIlivered. A. F. COVERT. rop.
MOORE&WETOREBOOK STORE, NO- .6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
AN (F N D IEAN 1OI.,1\ SrLII
Ill Tei' el lxt-llols-, 'IIelal Iboo PS, Pus- iol s, I U ii al Bok10, Student-s' 5sote Fcols. Blau11 Books, Staticonerv. AWe louavea 'i goe
Stocklof(I issaiel uInd Esser )1 dtll-I I Illsm0s
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

- O PRICES.PQ~S.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!

S A VIFYX ULT. .]:-' LS .T Call on Win. Fulde. tils
Thll e ocester, ThLoItyall. andldTile Perfectiou Studenlt Lamplis tour den-TaSlier, opposite tileELawBildinlg, 00
onstate tht tey gve he ostperect igh ofanylam s mde.Whie te William-st.Illrst sdoor west of State-st.
Zl rtdtll ie ietlenls lretlgl f10 liSnl e. Wll ie Cleaeing, repairing andpressing doeeatlly.
plrices vasry troll)90 cenlts to $15 eacih, they all give tile saml~e Iquality 1111( quan-ll sells to order aespecialty. All work first-class.
tity of ligiht.
Nrgatnd ELamp, witih porcelain shatdes, at - - - - - 55 cenits Ill YOU WANT TO
lied Star Oil, tilat burnls witihout odor, does nlot chlar tile wick,
aind gives a pore white light, delivered at - - - t0 cen~ts per gal Buyaz6 Or C ook
Oil Calls, according to capacity, from - - - - 211ceints to $6 eachl.
To see is to believe. See our stock and you will be colnvinced thlat we sell or have sme Repairing done gs ts
tile best Lamp and best Oil for thle least money of any hlouse in tis city. R h
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. Wm Aiod36 Main Street

BROWN'S DRUG STORE. i TEAMUS
WVm. Branch, '92 mcdic, is prac-
We Don't Want Much ! ! ticing at Duluth, M~ich.
WE WANT yeer trede in Music At1m. Roycr, '92 mledic, is prac-
WvEi WANT you s td wthevery ticing in Sturgis, Mich.
15 ASthingksoughtsofus. J . W. Dobson, '92 mcdic, is prac-
WE__WANT to knew your muesicul
needs tiring at Cerro Gordo, Ill.
WE WANT to eurrysuchia stsck 0 . .Caids92dnt sloae
will fill your nec~s .S hld,(2dn, loae
Now, What More Can You Wanst ? 1n an office in Decatur, Ill.
Pianous,Gulture, Banjos. Mandulinu, etc., to ThDal
rent. er eold en easy paymeuts. two men on tsPl edtoias tf. y
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., F. L. Parker, '92 law, is practic-
L. HOLE! 5. Manager,
51 South Main Street. ing at his home in Manistee.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The freshman class at Harvard,
Time Tabie (Revised) June 12. 1852. ut coe ubrd49
Stall--- p i. WS. au 5 Cfhicago Special -2307
Diny Expresse.-__s S25tiny Exprese-.-8 o o M. L. Morris, '93 engineer, is
N. S. Limited---- 28Muill-_____l_ t c -3
N. V. Limited-S iS4 N. S. limited.. s9 so With a surveping party in Virginia.
Niagara Falls Sp1ll 27 p. in.
a, m. Chicago Exprees. 2 9 Win. Blair, '9- medic, has charge
P. N. Expresse-5158O.RI. Expres..- 5550
Aitlantic Espriss_. 7547 American Exp -_ 9 IS of thle course in Electro Thierapeu-
G. H. Expreos-__IS 47 PaiiEx press Ii 27
0. Wv. RUGoiLES. H. W. HAVSs, tics.
G. P. l&T. Agent, Chicago. Agt. Aiii Arbor.
The Al. 05. A. Rugby eleven has
FIRST NATIONAL BANK done ail its practicing by electric
OF ANN ARBfOit. lgt
Capital, $1[)0.000. Sueplue und Profits, $30,000. 1
Transact-. a general bainking business, tor- The electioll of officers in tat law
en excll.,,,e told, letters fedst poue 1
for ravler aboad deartmenlt is excitiog considerable
P. EACH, Pres.
S. W. CLARStOs.as ehier. interest.
GRANGER'S The Ilpiscoplal society gives its
rATSU 6 O F lAITX T-I first tea social at ttarris H-ail on
'Thu~rsday next.,
lOth Seasn, Oetobsr, '92, toeMy, 93. Taka Wanda, lut '9411110spent
0O11 NEWC HALL, is centrally located aiidf the summer at borne, retlurned from
,every 5provisiiIllaslbeein mede toipromote the;
coimfort lof(ICou rcros. Ter ricsio llstairs Tokio last week.
to meount, the dancig roomingo h
roend floor. Office at academy, 6 Maynard-st.I A Siberian stuldent, named Vandim
5 u Sensd $125I, $2, or $3 51toe Saim- Labennikoff ihas entered the Agri-
Im.I ple Rtetail B~o by expressofli
iun1 thellEST2CANIJIES in Americs. cultural College.
strctlpre.Stblesread Patterson, who prayed right guard
PRIESENTS. Express cIharges
p~repaid. Reter- to all Chicago. on the At. A. A. team, is a brother
Im .. ''ry it oiice- Address,
CmTf1 .5'. GUNTHER, iContecioner, Of Mr. Patterson, of the Medical
212 State Strset.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. department.

'rhe tennis match which was to
have been played, Saturday, has
been declared off.
Pirof. Scott has returned from
Europe, and his classes will conm-
mence this week.
Albion won the football game
played with Hilldale, Saturday, by
a score of 36 to 6.
Considerable new apparatus 1s
expected for the McMillan halt gynm-
nasium this week.
MacPherran, captain of '89's foot-
ball team, who has been sick, is re-
ported slightly better.
Hon. D. R. Gorden and wife, of
Abilene, Kansas, are visitinig their
son, Ralph N. Gordon, '95 li.
Gertrude Breed, lit '88, since
then preceptress at Lansing high'
school, is back for graduate work.
T1hose interested in tennis arc
anxious to know if the courts will
be in condition for used this month.
Alnong the foreigners enrolled in
the dental department is Fred Koy-
per, sell of Dr. Kuyper, a prominent
statesmsan of tHolland.
The followving meci will go the
training table todlay: Jefferies,
Williams, Blaird, Mitchell, South-
sworth, Powers and Spangler.
A. F. Wolfenbarger, who is weell
known as a lecturer on governmental
reform, will speak at the Opera
House, tom6'rrow night. He comes
under the auspices of the Prolhihi-
lion Club.
Editioin today, 1,800.

STAFFOPJ
-TE--
TAILOR!
Ishsiowing a first-class line of
Dress and Busitness Suitings,
Trouserings and Fancy Vestings
for Fall and Tinter-.
42 $outh $tate $treet.
G. H. WILD,
THlE LEADINIG TAILOR,
ts tile place to go for finle Tailorilng.
lHe has the most select stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
ill Suitiligs, Troulserinlgs, 1111d Flancy
Sillk Vestings ill the City, and
cotlid he pleased to have youl
call anid examine. Ite
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Stilts.
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Amn Arbor.

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