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October 15, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-15

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

TO THE STUDENTS.
GENTLEMEN:-
We wish to call your particular attention to the fact that our
Stock, as usual, includes a general and complete line of high class
clothing. Young Mcii's
made up with all the detail, care anti skill which characterizes the
bcst mserchant tailoring work.
Wadhams, Kennedy & Reule.

r= - - T7O s- VfE
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Yohumans' hats5 I(io)( Ihats1
silferipan's 1ats3
AND) HODGEMAN'S MVACKNTOSHIES.

EXQUISITE FURNISIHINGS.

:VERMIN'S GLOVES.

We wish to announce that we are going out ot the Ready Made
Clothing Business and substitute Merchant Tailoring and Fine
Shoes. On account of this change we shall sell all our FINE BOX
OVERCOATS ANI) SUITS AT ACTUAL COST. Call and
examine.
AT THE TWO SAMS.

Ann Arbor Savings Bank PATRONIZE
AnSAbr Mi.piu tick,000. SSSOWEN'S BARBER SHOP !__ _ _ _ _ _$P1ICIA e sUIL~W d
Organized unerti ne iCenin Lws NoUuNndreriwsieaire
une h eea akn as N. ATHRNSRE.A L ftis sitste. Receives Ceposits, buys and ____________________
sells exciange nn the prinecl cities ofcthte
United States. urafts casied upon proper --THE ARGUS,%- ON SATITRI)AY, OCTO3ER 1 ).
dentificatin. Officers:
CHRoaISTIACK, P HRe.I, Vc rs.ir 11 N IOZ p ?IT'lIN (1
w.a.HA,;O IMAS , Cs is i-niucs5'XWAGINER & CO., - Tailors and Furnishers.
M. 7. P55ez,, Asst. Calies. AT LtOW PRICES.
I RENTSCHLER, MANN ~pOFE~iLA iIOIISOl. K. BARBER SHOP.
ANN ARBOR~lt Fine Shower Baths, New Porcelain
jS h toijaper atui'day, October 15th. "101+. WsingtonSt. J. it.'JTOANxOWsKis.
1(15 NI 1 AIN ANiDllIRON STS. TIlE ('LEMENT COMPANY $A !r "u ,0ana ak
- IIN- Capeial, $50,000. NSplucsod Profits, $17,000.
as racrc N a- Does a general Baninsg business. Pays in-
GIB s O F ttsnSavisng Ceposits. Has safety
1'0® R. KEMPF, Pres. P. H. CELSER, Cashcier.
P__________ O GRAPHUE ----Haineen Saturdav evecting.
~YL7J Lk .L 4 k Ms. CCli lem ensported by MNut
Adelaide Picz-Allet, ceihca strong ciupany ii
NO. 12 W. HURON ST. Itracined an su cl plcayers. s.Wicntccet
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. 1Prices, 50c.75c and $1.00.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS l THE CAMPUS. Seatsc cnisale ats cuilice Newstiai.
30btS1, tcaAscrvice at thc Finst Baptist I ANNOUNCEMENTS.ed&

H FRcUSiFOR2 3 YR.
* 0 YOccsTRAD
EA, D. eler & So
S Opp.CutHuse.
BOOKSTORE
Special Disccut eonsawBooks,
Medical, Deital anicAl Usiverity
Teat-Booeks. T'larigest
Stl~olts' Note Book!

chuirchc in observaicce of ccColunmhi- '95~ FoloiLl.--Let every mcanc
an Sunday," still be heltd tomorrowv who can play hand in hcis Canme al
evening, and the pastor, Rev, A. S. oncc' to Captain Holt and appear
Carman, will speak upon cc The daily on the campucs at 4 p. Cc. It
L essoes of Four Centuries.'' is desiretd to have two ipractice teams
>lic' icr cec~i if enoughc players appear. 'l'eano
1>ard ijur icuredon hetralining 0an1d lractice gacmes oill he-
football fct11 a fesv tays sinoce Ott)- gin immicetiately.
iyears to be more serioucs tan at Clrcc<cs UiJN cI-r itcre, are sev-
first sutpposedh.Ilie wilt be comc- craci vacancies amnsg tenors andl
getted to gco on cructces for sonce altos still to ice filletd. Prof. Staco
1 tioeIy swilt beillnlmusic rsoomc, Univer-
i'ltoesity I tall, nextIccesdtay from rci:;o
1101010nlan1 Laguce course will to 1I2:,30 anct frouc 2:00 to 4:30, Icc
commoecnce M1ondahoy evening witth a exam~cine apploicants. No vacnci
leecure by IP.lDenonoi,on 'lenny- aospancoos10010o5tr basses.
sono, whtose rececnt deatho silt give Nccmcsc:.-A fesw of li react Swe-
addedt interest ltolice subject. tn; denoborg every Suday scorning at
additioio to lis, i'rof. Silas M~tills, of ano:;0 at noy houcse, 1 7 Souitto State
street. Wc shcouldl very cordially
the schoolt of mcluic, will sing onoe of swehcomce an~ylloeinterestced, to roci
Tennyson'os latest aiod best songs, withi us. CHASo. S. 'clCK.
the smusic to whcicho was conotosed IN orIc ,.-All Republicanc voters of
by Prof. Stanley, estpecially for thoe Berrien cunty, Micho., wisbisng to
occasion. Igo hoone to vote ilt lcomcunicate
Prof. Baths lectures on thc lib- witho Chas. N. Stratton, 70 Socutto
! ayad eetbokwic aeState street. 1 2-3t
racyandrecet bokssvhct ate ORALEsIIto mLx.-Special meeting
been givenc eacho Monday eveniog, in tonigh, at 6:45, room r, Newberry
roono A, University Rail, have Ball. AGE. E. BLLS.s

TAILORS.
Ius NI PTEIS
WOOLENS.
19 S. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
SHOES.
SEE 1111 NEW CRAZE,
TAN CA ILFtBLCHRS.
NORMsAN &,ISIENNIIT'5,,
SIOIlllSllOscl
17 S. Main.
Goodspeed & Sons.,
HATTERS
ANDI
FURNISHERS.
Sole Agents fisr the "cMiller
Bat" Elie Linoe of
Mocldistoslies.
15 S. Main. j

Keuffel & Esser Mathiemoatical nstru- proved highly instructive and useful.
mesnts. Under prices osn everytiing. The last lecture will be given Mon-
day evening, Oct. 17, at 7:30, asod
students will be amoply repaid who
S3TORgES.: attend. The subject of lion lecture
Sauth State Street and Main Street. will be, cSome Recent books."
(opoitet court Hnuse). I

There will hoe a meeting of the U.
of M'.lDemoocratic club in the law
lecture room, Saturday evening at
7:30. All members of the chub, and
all students with D~emocratic views,
are earnestly retquested lo be present.
S. WV. Cuerisos, Pres.

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