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October 13, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-13

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K-IT THE LT. OF M. DAILY.
JUST THAT -SHABBY THAT!Uu'r
ARRIVED) eII e m 4 ,1 1WILL SCARCELY DO IN ANN PARBOR.
on any think in the li ineofYon aoo glad to ret urn, and we are certaintly pleased to see you,
but you kntow appearances go at long ways.
CALKINMUSICA .aa@OODS.4
R HOQ 9 OK/AT ES ,l4ALVIN WILSEY, 2] Years in the Business.,xesorLudy
Finoffit ndOvert SATE ns'D lltoIet, ANN ARBOR. M CT1L U DR Good Work Guaranteed. Goods railed tor
Oberc.tM. Seabotlt. I No. 4 N. Fourth St. and delitvered. A.F. COVERT, Prop.
M O E& E M R , BOOK STOREcoNrO 6E SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Zitoiversity Text-Ilotoks, Illedical Botks, Ltaw hookhs, IDetatilBooks, Stuidents' Note BooksS, Bltink iKooks, Statoler. Aewe lrtgo
Stock tf Keitlel ttttd EssetrIDtaftingtell strltleltS.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

-_OI1TDT=0Coo~s_-
in PRIeCES.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!
-AT-
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
We Don't Want Much! !
WE uWANTyourtadet.itoMusic
-oods.
WE W ANT ytoe uttisfiitieey
thingttottgt ofit.
WE WANT toikntowe yoiur tusihal
needs,
WVEtWAN'T totcarryotisuachea ona
wir fill11younerette.
Now, What More Can You Want?
liants, Gotars, Banjos. Mandttlints, etc., to
rent. or told ott eany paymten to.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
L. H. CLEMNTus. Manager,
Mt South Matn Street.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL.
Time Tahle (Reeised) June 12, 100.
EAST p. rX. WEST, a. m
Mail___ d hA O__ 2 hicaro Speciat. _t3net
Itay Enpreao .A--- 525 Day Enprena.... 5 tIM
M.S. Limited--.n628 Mailt . I Ar____9 1
NY.Linmited. dA 4 N. S. Limited.,- 9O6
Niagara Falns Sp1It 27 p. m.
a. m, ChicagonExpress. 2 s
D.N. Exprent__.A5 38 G.E.. Expreso... A 50
.Atlanatc Eprenn.. 7r47 American Exp _tt918
G. N. Expresn...--l1047 Pacific Neprenath_1o27
0. W. ALGLoSor. H. W. HAve.,
G. P. &T. Agent, Chicago. Agi. Antn Artier.

lTe Rochiester, Tu'e 'loneal, atid The Perufectioti Student Jataith lihtve teli-
onotretlet that they give the mont perfect hr-lit of atny lampts tmade. While thte
ptrices vatry froitil9l ceints to $03 eacht, they atll give tile nsame tquatlity tattd quant-
tity of light.
ArgantfiLIIamp, Pwi ttrcellain shades, at - - - - - cento
lRed Statr Oil, thttt bttrtn withtout odlor, does itot chtar the wick,
atnd givensia ipure whtite light, deliveredl tt - - - l1t cett per gal
Oil Catis,laccordting to capacity, from - - - - 2tt cenuts to ft6 each.
To see in tos believe. See our stoelk anti yott will be conivinced that we sell
thte bent Damtp antd bent Oil for the leant nioney of atty touse in thin city.
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
THE CAMPUS. Fitzbuglh Butrns, '92 lit, in buck

Very fete '96t nen 1)111in 33alla-
pearance at football practice.
Prof. Griffin trill begin quzzing
tihe junior lawn in about a week.
There terre twenty-five applicants
for tile four pl1aces on tbe Banjo
Clttb.
Lot, a locket-book ill the lib-
rary. Finder trill please leave at
Ite delivery desk.
At the nuggentions of the Athletic
Board at Princeton, cane runhes
have been given up by that college.
The junior dents haee, among
tbeir recent acquisitions, Mr. Hazel-
ton from the Basel Medical Univer-
sity, Switzerland.
L. C. Mender, the htolder of the
Elishia Jones fellowship, in studying
modertn Greek at the American

for late tork.
Miss Jeanette I. Caldtwell is teach-
iug Latin at Afton, totwa.
' A valuable box of hooks has just
been received at tihe library. These
'books are mostly educatinal antI
scientific. A fete are works on
literature anld antiquity.
'raminosia, 'iinterniute, Andrews,
Crabill, Shsieder, Walton, an~d Shra-
der, all in thle medical department
here last year, are at Jefferson Medi-
cal College, Philadelphlia. Dreher,
Ireland, and Wiilford, of the homce-
'pathic department, are also there.
The one year lawn held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, engaged Mr.
Turnipseed as quizmaster and de-
cided to take up the subject of fix-
tures and casements. They expect
to take their examination in it in
about a teek.
The physical examination of the
members of thle McMillan society
'which teas to be held last Saturday,
will be held from one to four to-day
'and from now on u~ntil all are exam-
mied. Dr. J. W. Uerdman will
have the matter in clsarge.
tHowdy" Abbott, base ball man-
ager of '9r, writes from Duluth re-
newing his DAILY subscription. Mr.
Abbott has just received thle ap-
pointment of attorney of New York
Fidelity and Casualty Company, for
northern Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Full account of Regents' meet-
ing in this issue.

Call on Win.. Fulde. the
Tailtor, olposite the .Lawtt-Eileiig. oji
Williat-st., first leer twest of Stttte-st.
Cletaning, retiairiiguinilpressintg lotte teatly.
Suittosorder antpecialty. All trirst-class.
III" OU WANT TO
Buy an Alrm Clook~
.or have some Repairing done go to
Wilt. Arnolk, 36 Main Street
STAFFORJt,
TAILOR
Is shtowing it first-class line (if
Dross and Business Suitings,
Trou-serings and Fancy Yesfings
for Fall and Winter.
42 South $tate Street,
G. H. WILD,
THlE LEAPIITG TALILOR.,
Is the place to go for flute Tailorincg.
Ite has the most select stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
in Suitings, TIrotuserinlgsantdFanucy
Silk Vestings in flue. City, and
would be pleased to huave yoti
call and examine. Ile
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washingtou-St,. Ana Arbor.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK School of Philology in Athens.
OF ANN ARBOR. Dean Taft will be its Chicago Or-
capital, motooS. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
Transacts, tu general hanhing busnuess, foar tober 2Iu antI 22, to ass1tist mu ntak-
elgan enehitge sold, lettera nfcreedi tproured isgarrangentents for the Worldl s
frtaees aa. ,t.e. cLratetsN, Cv. BAcHPres. (lDental Congress, to be held in 'c,
GRANGER'S Kittie Carew ltas written a series
flT~ lAT F fA I N GT(Tfl short stories of U. of M . student
SCH O OIUV F H D I1 ife for one of the Detroit evening
i Oth Season, October, 192, tn May, 193 papers. The name us the non de
OUR NEWY HALL in centrally located anid plume of a co-ed quite prominent
every prnvition hanseen made to promotnte the1
comfnrt or our patrans. There arel'nonstairs in local literary circles.
to mont, the dlancingc ronm Seine on the
ground flane. Office at academy, 0 Maynard-st. The Choral Union presented a
Send $125,r $3 50 Car Same- petition to thle Board of Regents for
Y peetail Btin ex npressC f bsncft
theHBEST CANIES in America. leaveofasnet attend the musi-'
si n tpule St 0l ad 1alfestival of the World's Fair, if
repid Reeroal Cicao.saisfactory arrangeet can b
C. -GNHR eecunr made. Illis probable that the ei
CHICaOSee. tin will be granted.

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