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October 12, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-12

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
JLJ3T THAT - SHABBY HAT !
R E\JED, fAder e! em / lbWILL SCARCELY DO IN ANN ARBOR.
on any thing in thel ne of You are glad to return, and we are certainly pleased to see you,
but you know appearances go a long ways.
CALKING' MUSICAL GODS. .
WILL SHOW YOU TH~E ?A.L STrY~ES ?
w@H @ooLA TouEWE$AEVANT WIJUSEY,
9( @OOLA\T ES , ALVINV WILSEY, 2] Years in the Business. Excelsior Laundry,
Finest and Best. 4. STAvr T TEsT, NoeCITY LAUNDRY' Gond Wo kOGaranteed.sTREd. sited fo
r rgtre, AN ARBOR. M. M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth St. and delivered. A. F. COVERT. Prop.
MOORE & WETMORE BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
AND CORNER of STATE AND WILLIAM STREETS.
.TE~ SEcONTD-TAND TOOKS.
University Text-Books, Medical Books, Law Books, Dental Books, Students' Note Books, Blank Books, Stationery. We have a large
Stock of Keuflel and Esser Drafting Instruments.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

LOW PRICES.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY -
-AT-

: SAVE YOUII EYES. : Call on Wm. Fulde, the
de-Tailor, opposite the Law Building, on
The Rochester, The Royal, and The Perfection Student Lamps have dem- Tilo-. , rost doer west of State-st.
onstrated that they give the most perfect light of any lamps made. While the Cleaningreirintadoresgo Saty.
prices vary from 90 cents to $15 each, they all give the same quality and quan- Suits to order a specialty. All work first-class.
tity of light.
Argand Lamp, with porcelain shades, at - - - - - 65 cents IF YOU WANT TO
Iced Star Oil, that burns without odor, does not char the wick,
and gives a pure white light, delivered at - - - 10 cents per gal Buy am A larm C lock
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 orhave some Repairing done go to
the best Lamp and best Oil for the least money of any house in this city. ) =j- l
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. r ' 3 36 Main Street

THE CAMPUS. A. E. Rose, of the Golden Eagle,
will be at the Cook House every
There are 299 senior laws. Tuesday.
The quizes in Blackstone will Dr. Nash, class of '89, now lo-
WE WANT your trade in Music begin next Monday. cated at Knoxville, Tenn., has a'
goods.
WEWANT yousatissed withevery A number of senior laws are tak- very interesting case of cranial ne-
thing bought of us.
WE WANT to know your musical ing the course in Constitutional crosis at the hospital for treatment.
E WANT to tary sucha stock as History of the U. S. Dr. Nancrede operated on it yester-
will f11 yaour needs. Owing to the recent agitation con- day.
Now, What More Can You Want ? cerning latitude, a series of careful Several of the ladies of the medi-
Pianos, Guitars, Banjos. Mandolins, etc., to observations will be made. cal department entered eastern
rent. or sold on easy payments.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO., W. S. Jones, '93 lit, in charge of medical colleges this fall, but being
L. H. CLEMENT. Manager, an engineering party at the World's dissatisfied with their courses re-
51 South Main Street. Fair grounds, will return to college turned to the University of Michi-
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. about Nov. 1st. gan.
Time Table (Revised) June 12, 1892.
EAST. p. rx. WFST. a. M.- During tepatc ntecm
Mail ..'---025 ChicanoSpeciala - 307 The new practical courses in dem- the on the cam-
Day Express.-----5 25 nay Eapres__in the
N.S. Limited-- 8Mail- - 3 onstration in the medical depart- pus, yesterday, two men, Harding
N. Y. Limitd_..95)diN- S. Limited--- 9 igs and Baird, wereijrdn hsrm
NiagaraFallsSpil27. . Lxp.e 2 ment are giving great satisfaction to , e injured in the scrim-
am, ChiioExpjunior mae.Baird's akl aprained
D. N. Express--.53810 .i.xprs 50 the members of the junior class. mage. ankle was
Atlantic Express.- 7 47 American Exp 9 18 and Harding had his wind knocked
G. R. Express-.._1047 Pacific Express 10 2 Dr. A. Seenhouts, '9i medic,
W.v. RUGGEs . H. W. HAYss, outof him.
G. P. &T. Agent, Chicago. Agt.Ann Arbor. who is enjoying a very successful T
and lucrative practice in South Hol-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK land, illinois, was married last were highly satisfactory. A large
OF ANN ARBOR. number of players were examined,
Capital, $100,000. surplus and Profts, voslo,. week.
Transact.- a general banking business, for- the number of banjos and mandolins
eigu exctnte sold, Iettersof credit procured Dr. Nancrede, is one of the thir- being unusually large. The result
P. BACH, Pres. teen contributors to the American vill be announccd later.
S. W. CLARKsON, Cashier.
text-book of Surgery, a work which A number of S. C. A. will attend
GR ANGER'S is now made use of in themedical de- the V. l. C. A. convention to be
f'IT0lTO FlA I partment. held at Lansing this week. A few
"'Shouldthe World's Fair be ladies have arranged to take part in
10Oth SaoOtober, '92, to Nay. '9n.
OUR NEW HALL is centrally located and Opened On Sunday?'' will be the the Y. W. C. A. convention at Cold-
every provisini has been made tospromonte tlie
cosmcort ot our patros. Tiireare oostairs subject of Rev. Sunderland's dis- water at the same time.
to moont, gon forshe fc tOc tdancing rons acaemheisig on y [list e
roonduioor. fiiatatdeny,iaysard-st. course, Sunday night, at the Uni- At the annual fall games of the
Send s5,'Vor&>503 toe sam- tarian church. N. V. A. C. on Saturday, M. F.
peRetiCA[DIESin ersica The T. & A. A. Ry. will run two Sweeney cleared 6 feet 4, inches,
thi7 pe RetalCAoE byers. The T. &nA.eA.
st Nit S Erueassuitable an r excursions to Toledo, Saturday. breaking the world's record of 6 feet
prepaid.Refer to all Chicago. Trains leave Ann Arbor at 7 and 4 inches, made by W. B. Page, of
11~~. TrysGU tosee. nfcioeAddress,fcinr
C.F-GUIH1 oneclinoer, 1I:32 a, m. Returning at 6:30 p. the University of Pennsylvania, in
CHCA 212 State Street. IM.
CICAGO, ILLINOIS. m. Fare fur round trip $s.oo. l 1887-

STAFFORP1
-T~E
-TALOR!
Is showing a first-class line of
Dress and Business Suitings,
Trouserings and Fancy Vestings
for Fall and Winter.
42 $outh $tate Street-
G., H. WILD,
THElLELADING TAIIOR.,
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. Ile
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Ann Arbor.

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