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October 15, 1892 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
T ~THAT SHABBY HAT !
ARRIVJED~ WILL SCARCELY DO IN AKIN ARBOR.
onayt ingi the l io You are glad to tetoin, and we are cer taitly pleatsed to see von,
__-bit you know appearantoes go a long wai s
K IN3 < iMUSICAyxoOODS.4>

( ( M0,(+OC fT'8,
F=UinE sZ andBBL.,

ALVIN ILSEY12] Years in the B~usiness. Excelsior Laundry,
34 8. StA-i1'; STREtET't,)ANtNR CITY LAUNDRY, '20iti EAST iti'tON STREE T
tiecattaiOetM.te' M. Seabolt. No. 4N. Fourth St. antddelieed. AF. COVERTPtop

MOORE &WETMORE, BOOK STORE, -NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ANDCORER_)1"_SATEt ANND iVILtA T REEi ttTS.
I 't ril v ci TeeS t- out'>, IS e ti lit 1"W ls. I t't I oti e I)tal. toks, Stiudent, ,' uttx te1 1E. lt 1i300ttk", Sttil it iN Jv. IN ' t ', c t at;!l 1ito
Our Stock wiii be found Comiplete and our Prices a' I.ow as~ the Lowest.

-=COIT
LARGEST

Tail0orAV 'Y U~ ~te~4 Call on Win. Fulde, ie post ieJ tul ieoi
The l'(wheser, TheoRor, opposhetertectionESudenttLiltltiive dOtt
ontted iithat ttey Al Vt'the imost t erfect liltihttofay liii title. tWtile t'e Sieaian., 'iattiaia tidorai t o tatatiet.
pilesort' trout 90tcenits to 1ileateh, they till giye tie stitie iquatlity at utu tttii'suits attt' dcaettixta its'. An u itt at-cla.u.
titti t't'it'is. titeyiot light.
ti'gtietharptil, xwithi iorcelain alhades, at - - - - - (G5 centa IF YOU NANiTO
lied Sttar Oil, thttbutms witlhocit odor es naottt chatr the wick,
STC NTECITY il1 titt gives tipire white light, delivered tat - - - 10 cenits puer gal Buy a=l .Alarmn O1001
STOK I TEC(tos, according to capacity, from - - - - 20t cents to $6 ettcl.
To see is tto betieve. See our stock anti you wil be cttnvinaceui titiwe sell or hit attioe itpiiiadaac aa is
due test Latipantl best Oil torthSie least monteey tif any holittcn this city. r t
-a-44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. mArIo ,I 36 Main Street

BROWN'S DRZUG STORE . ! T E-A-ilP
'We Do't Wat Muc ! $N. R. Catixeli, litt taN is at Sits
ihomttiniiTraversc Cit1r.
itt ti~t autusd iilii 5 Mirs. i~iiss, '9' 5 P., *teaches it
NEWNT o tifed iwth cii's'the Mt. SPleasant Normrnal.
th n,, ou ti futiit"
WWAN Ttoxno vu 1s 5t Prof. Gr'ffin ill lectuce So the
ttttnteedii ',tttaxttu, j us ior at itior lawestMondtiay.
williltyoureedst. tMis sI. itoiise lHtat, of Bay
Show, What More Cats You Wont ? City, it '9t, is hack for graduate
reiii. atrtutldaoneastytapaets. '[le jutnior iawa have organizcti
T11lEANIN :At0O3t11tOGAN ('0.,
L. H. itoxtoute. Manaere a football teant, antI are getting to
of sottSMate street. some good practice.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. tPowers, Southworth, Freotnd, and
Tiutuc Tabtl tetettIN . taue 1ET .192t a.at
EATo. P. e. a.N. 5Henninager wettwitha te Scootlast
Dati _Exptuee-a- it O25 ayrExpsse-_a'ittnight as sobstittutes.
N. Y,. t.itttiti'd __ ti.1d4 N. S. Limtiteid t.)tt Thte U. of M. V. iholds its first
NaaaalsST1i Npi. to.
aeai Stt ii.to.Chtit'cao'Express. s tmouetting itf the year at \McMillan
it.). Exess -- a5a" 0. . Expessex --t5Sit
Atlatntic Extress.-- T 7Amueriutan Exit i8 hail itoa, at I 30Jo oclock.
Gi . Iut 'cs--it at 47Pacifie Exprtes ii0ti
0. xv. 1ite ,iest. H.ttW. i-uea, rea Angelillxviiaddress te
it. ST11. Ageitittiiea. ,Agt. OiAtitArto'.
__________________________Womatn's League at 4 o'clock this
FIRST NATIONAL BANK afterntoon in i iviersity chapel.
01t' ANN ARBiORi.'te Schttol of Music pr~ospers Sic
'transacttts a ge'ne'ral baningiibusinte.tess.rytttttthe niost soanguine csxtecta-
ein<x~iatesllettertofCreditproeadi
for trae,Cabroad.!tios. Registratioin note exceti's

yesterday afternoonx So rotfer int rc-
gardl to the comuingi electiona. A
contmtitteerctnsistintg tif i repre-
senttatice tromtcacti state teat ap-
pointtedi, wxitht S. NW'. Aebbec, chatir-
manti. A nmectingt. of te cotitittte
is called furtis attectioont at i : 0.
'5. V. iDtrtee anuT I.Ni. Blattin
are spenith its xwee at Colby
Uivtersity, tielegates to te 58thi
antnucal coinvenstionx of the Dl tip-
silon fraternity'.
A mieeting of the '95~ lit girls xwas
held yesterday afternoon. Arraoge-
menta tecre nmade for te annual
freshmton spread, She dole being
fixed for te evening of Ocet, aS.
Nickelson and Conklin, '9;its,
at xwork upon te enginecering de-
partment of She Soult Ste. Marie
canaol, will return it another wecek to
resunte their stuies.
'The juinior hootteopa elected te
followitig officers, NNedntesday ecii-
tog: Presidet, ('Sat. A. Critcht-

STAFFO 'j
lit 'H -
TAILR
Is shoswiug a ftia-cltass Lite itf
Dress mnd Bhusiness Suititigs,
Ti'onsei'ings mnd Fancy Vestigs
for Fall tnd Winter.
42 South Staete Street,
G. H. WILD,
llE LLAI-ITG ITILOP,
ts the plauce to go Sorfhne 'lailorita.
Ileitta ste mtost select stocke of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
itt Suitinags, Trottoeritigs, antdFttncy
Silk Vestinigs in te City, and
xxould be pleased to Stave you
call anid examitue. Ie
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Suilts.
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Ann Arbor.

II

S.. . CLARSON. coah'itetea.oo. Prof. Stantley is correspxoiul te ; vc'rstct ooI.S
GRANGER'S ioniy elated. secretory atud treturer, ntu.St.
(TT AlT fll UIT~1 I te '5banjo cltubiwiiitSreor- Aiterbutriw.
SC b OFULUV I DADf'bi.A hgane w tnbruSaentc- The Arrowv, notional orgout of te
unl Sao Otbe.0, to Sfay,.'93. tu rnedu to college, two Save beetn ad- i PIeto Phi, is So he published itt
oust ataw HAtSia centrally locaedcutdtutuvanuced to te"Varsity club, autd the Ann Arbor, Slits year, under She so-
ecer pr'oisionsttbiebeetntmade to uitiacte theI
uxutuitrt of ouertpatraons. There are tutu staurs othuers are too busy. p ereisliu of te Misses Thompson,
to mutt.thue uduttuene roomtubeingnt h u le
gruutuftior. offieeat ceumuy6Matynard'ei. A chess toturnamnett has been ar- Roxwe, NWolfenden, and Pierce.
S Send $25, KSlice 50 ifar 'Situ- ranged between Tale, Colonthia, and At a meeting of the Dental society,
cue Reitiao by express ec
titcBEST CANDSinuAuertec. Princeton, to he played in New held Thuraday evening, the follow-
Pet op to elegant boxes sa
stitlypute.Sattabte for York during the Christmas holidays, log officero were elected: F. S.
PERS hExpress ebarecce
pirepatid. Rotor to ali Chieago. A $5oo permanent challenge cop will James, president; R. D. Jones, vie
C ry tt oncee.Address,
C~IflT i. F. GUNsTHER, Confeettoner, be the prize for competition, president; Miss Miller, secretary;
212 State Street.
J CHICAO, LLINOIS. , Trans-Mississippi junior laws met hi. B. Lodge, treasurer.

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