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October 11, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-11

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- r n hailthe line ofIYoutthtt glad to return, attd we. ate. certaitly pleased fto see yott,
- bttvot know atppeatrate.s go a long ways.
C H 10 C ES ALVI WILEY, 2] Years in the Busine$,. Excelsior Laundry,
Fns rJIS. St tE r.O1 [ROR I M.CITY LAUNDRY.1 .t.urt oFAeRO tat t tt ote. t
tlee~atuttt~t~.M.o M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth St. atttlivitered. A.F. COVERT Ptop

tti tot Ii {i'Co o M lt l tt ( lot I' No'., i Jo' 1 e 1 t or1c lo uti sNt) t ~ t., Lot>c i BO<)l t t , Slitto 'I ot
┬░Our Y Stc Ill foulndi C'-,I omplee anf-our PricehasLow asthe Lowest.

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Ftile itttlesltor, ite Ll mi. Tttte'jt-etrfectitontSttudeun ttt m ttttha ete-
ttttttited Itiltthley give titetttot perfect lioght of totylamttsitotutle. Whtile thte
L~~ oe... Ittpicetstttty ftotai) ceutsto t $1.3teacht, thtey utll give tte tttte tqutality tttd qutuso-
LC~ty1 1tc~s.tity of liglut.
Argatnd Ltimnp, witht porcelttitusitatles, at - - - - - ( 3 cetnts
lied SItatr Oil., tat buurtus witluotut ittlit, does nto)tuhartbe with,
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!Oil tnit gives a itre wbite ligltt, delivered ttt - - - ill centts per gal
OlCant, uscording to capacity, from - - - - 20) cents to $6 each.
'To see is to believe. See onr sotck tand yoo will lte tonvinced thtat we tell
thte beat Lamp and best Oil for thte least msoney of auty touse in this city.
-AT- 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.!t THE CAMPUS. Messrs. Ballie, Manning, Nelson,
__________________________Benson, and Molt, of '90, are willh
We Don't Want Much! ! H .Sbr ntrco nGektbe American Bridge Co., Chicago.
and Latin bat returned from bit A gold medal was picked up on
WE WANT youttrande in Matte European trip. Ilsos.te campus last week by Cassidy,
WEt'WA T yetosaetisd th every Mr. H. M. Porter, '92 law, it 9 dent. It can be secured by
5SFWANT thige kne w pegte ofmstuicat connected witb a pronminent law firm calling upon him.
WWATtarrdy sumet Minesckowa.Royal Farrand is practicing physi-
wsll fi11 year needs. James F. IBurke, '92 lawv, will clan at Atlantic Mine, Micb. He
Now, What More Can You Want ? speak doring the canspaign in vari- keeps posted thsroughs the DALlY on
Plants, Guitlarst,Bnoss. Malndolis, etc., so out parts of Ibis state. our football team.
rent. es sold en easy payments.y B. C. Durall, '92 law, is practic- h eisaen
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.Thmeisaen longer required
L. H. CLEMENT. Manages, 'ilg law in Kansas City in tlse office to take Johnson's ten hour course in
51 Senth Msain Street. of Hon. L. C. Spooner. chemistry. A shorter course has
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. Miss Lula Hudson, '92 msedic, been substituted in its place.
Time Table (Revised) Jane 1is se9s. .m
EAST. p . WtT. has swung her slingle to the breeze Mes.H.JBuk an J.A
dto E Mp.a.. WE~SpeT. a , esr.H J 0read1.A
Staill .0_______ 25 Chicspecial 3 0 on Miami Ave., Detroit. yEpes----52 a xrs__ 1 McAllister 9 dents, and Messrs.
N. Limited.---62)s Mot.... ' s 93 7 . .Laot n D 3.Cee
N. Y. Limited.5 1_9 5 N. S. Limited--- R P9amntad .51sCeee, F. H. Codding and G. P. Wurster,
Ningara Falls Spi117l, 9Msu9
a.m tigspss'u"t'' are with Shailer & Schniglan, dethvrsu dwok
D. N. Express ... , m, G. Cica Exprsess. .5GO9 ens50v esmd ok
AtlanticEesu.-. 7 0G R 7 American Exp.is~ engtneers and contractors. I stogtta h oa lm
50. H.RUOESt.. H....tAYd4 8, J.tN. M Firelit '2,was elect.
0. P.l&To. H.Agen ~ yt, JhicN.oMeAguiren A'92,.her of students in Yale this year will
O~l.&.AenCiege.Ag. tt Atus.ed Department Comnsander of the he ,900. Last year there were
FIRST eNATIONAL BANK Itndiana Sons of Veterans. 1,784 in attendance, showing a large
OF ANN ARBlORt. E. C. Shsields, lit '94,lust re- i vrpeiu as
Caopiet,$,000~t. tSplus and Profits, $30,000. 5 ' -gai oepeiosyeas
Trasatnetat genesraltbanking bttsins or - e turned ansd now thse football ptractic 'rise reference books in history,
eign exchotatge tetd, letters ofcreditt procured
fortrAelHs aroa.so th '94 team will begin, for Professors McLaughlin, Spencer
SW. (LSONst. Cashere. Henry Blenner, '90, and C. '. ned Dr. Antes' courses, hsave been
GRFINGER' CieaIouM'anuarc Taiig inhuel. placed upon shelves in front of the
~ ~u o~ F flIT'TI~l Ciucao MaualTraningSchol. genseral delivery desk, in tlse main
OCobs Leljsu~ja Stanford, jr., university reading roons. These hooks can be
10th Season, 'cobr,19, to Xay, '93. ht alta aeu drawn by leaving a ticket upon the
etc- NEW HALL is cesniselly leetated antd of nmembers of the faculty. In astnadreoigIetcktun
every provisien tstbeen matde I to romttte t sadad eoegte iktuo
cootines ofoutrs ptatost.T'heerinttstairs recetnt game ptlayed against thse freslh-threunotebok
t sneont,te dtancing romteins g nutent threunotebok
greunsd fottr. Offce at aecademy, 0 Maynard-st.nsen, the latter were easy victors. Football scores on Saturday were
Send $125, $2t or v5 ftr tam- H. D. Jewell, I'. G. last '92, as followvs: Princeton 40, Lafayette
PlietRetai oxtbytex.prctess tf prominent in pltc n
I.Tf'T tienESs CANDIEtin Amerias. .poc n journal- o; Yale 28, Crescent A. C. o; Har-
Put upoin elegant boxecs and ism whtile at the U. of A1., has yard 26, Amherst o; West Point 6.
tsttyposse.Snittblaeerfre atesi
PRESENTS.Expreta eharges omdapatesi with Reuben Wesleyan 61 Orange A. C. 22, Rut-
iead ee oalCiao Hatch, a well-known attorney in gems 0; Cornell 58, Dickinson 0;
C. ~ ? 1F. GUNTHER, Conftectosner, Grand Rapids. The firm nanme is, Franklin and Marshall 30, Hater.
hHtcACOo ILLI6S Hatch & Jewell. ford o.

Call on Wm. Fulde, lihe
Tailort, oppstetehue Lust Iitilstiut', ott
Wuillutoutust., lrst (10or'tvest of Sftate-sti
Sttt to osrder a tstecialty. Altlttorttfttst-ceis.
Buyr az .1arn ClOock
eelssheve sme Reutaiingdoetgotot
W'fM_ Arijoid,3 36 Main Street
Is shsowing a first-class line of
Dress and Business Suitings,
Trouserings and Fancy V eetings
for Fall and Winter.
42 South $tate $treet,
Is the place to go for fitue Tailoring.
Ile luas thte most select stock of
its Suitings,Tronseritugs, and iFanscy
Silk Vestinstinuflue City, and
weould be pleated to have you
call atid examine. Ile
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washington-St.. Ann Arbor.

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