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May 09, 1893 - Image 3

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
THE LATEST .AND BEST E. & W.'s New Collar,
A;.'ornoeit of NEIEE, ~SH.01IRT ; in the City.

HCAV~E YOU SEED OUIi NEWIA SPIIN~G STOCII?
It Is Sled'So wig 11ut01dOvrcas. Et1aleat 00 ' rices
WadlhamS 4.Ryan 4. & * Reule.

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THE TWO SAMS

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Ann Arbor Savings ]Bank OWiCEN'S ARBNIE g R SHOP !
inn Ar'bor t 1i. Capital Stockh 0 ), upu , l $0.0 110111, I 0 's fl ttoSnFit.{OgnXdti erheG oalB kngL w
fl'toFite OtRecives Deposits,1buysand
< zte t onotheincipalll citiea ofthe 1)f 1) JIf
I ttt, Drats cash'ii ed11? on propeor1 jil RIi1AT1
W. D. itlI-i,1. ' I'' I Y'r( <! I t1: a.i i l .2
2 ( tI)flit' ) t
CLIFTO OJ
E /L , WHIT ORE LAKE.
* DANCE HALL with PIANO.
fiC.1/ "' I1). 1. S-NiTh1, -lion'xiii'n.
0~2
_________________ Mon, ay t-UitytlChub.
/ / T Mol., Atin (0. 1. fItt i.. s 151 tao .
RANDA sal.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS, sWetd.,May 510.-Joltint metin~g ottin 'ettler
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS! a tdJfesna oceties.
30 EastHuonoStet, Ct; ior5M.
s HAV EARND AN Emerson, the Man and Thinker.
REUATO At the tsity club last night Ree.t
maFOR'S FiR eel Yat. Mr. Milsted, of Chicago, spoker
SOLCIEDnauonU'mersons, the man, the thinker
E A. D. Solr o and poet. Mr. Milsted treatedh his
Oportos subject with a sympatthy only psos-
Opaaias.sibte to a trute toter of tthe Conscordl
sage.T
Emerson's great fuind of slpiritual
wealth that marked him osut from I
A Great other men as a seer, was inhseriteds
/ -T fronm his ancestors. tHe still be re-y
'fit u r fi membered as the great apostle of
1 1 J1.,+. J Idealism, but he swas a practicalz
1 )prices v man of affairs as swell. He openedd
Isis cwork. lote protseragaithe
tors bsefore \'endell 'hilips began1
\V ,-cofrn u nistok of LAW'iN iioving of the chuirches, befrieisldi
TENNIS sod] -01('(IRIN(t 11 111110at1Jolis Irostisand wstllshis stife,
Isigised a call lorthtirs oman'lis'o
manofac010100' whoilesle cost. Allinewt suffrage contention.
''se inewt philosophly of1I1etleisriie
Rac .tsncti~e~. )O ' rlls 'rtt CtAN P%. ld o ew irlaqin rrlic~n, .,1 11

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in Iq IIF5 111,l 11' <
--OTHE APGUS-
lave Disconfoit aid Darning.
iten's, 25e,, 35e., 50:. Wtomen's, 50e. hcettizetshoe
WAIKENIIISE COMPANY, 76 thain teyI,Bteson, Masi
attention to fornm; the thought sas
alh in all to binm, and in it he ap-
proachedl the ''line whsere ion
growts blind unit angels knotw the
rest.''
Democratic Club.
Will meet tonight in last lecture
roonm at 7:30, to consider prepara-
lions for its incorporation and per-
smanent quiarters; also lirclpare for
Nilson and Esting.
J. A. lil0i4itidiiX, Pres.
'thle Epsworth League held the an-
siial social and election of officers
svlonday etening. A pleasant social
time swas enjoyed, refreshinents waere
served and the following officers
w'ere elected: President, J. H. Van
Tassel; -st viee-pres., Robert 0.
Auistin; 2nd tice-pores., Sara Whe-
ion; 3rd vice-pres., Nettle IBassnei;
ith vice-pins., Eben Coswer; sec'y,
Mr. Leland; treas., (C.1I. Mooney.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
]'LI.11..juis t ntht of the l'iett-
oIliee, lies the best hacks. catrriilges,
atd horses iin the city . Triy liii. t4
.lt 0S .10I, orin llexchiaiige for Ipiop-f
rty ini .inn Arbori'.a5firt-laiss s,.-
:iill. adlilreni - , 1. 1. 0i.tt,
Maniiitonl, Xexlotrtl Co., .0 Ic l.
T., A. A. & N. M. Ri. P. Bulletin .
;'iii'.eiitittn at III lioleffil Nl htip i i
itS. Slit''1'. _,. . & N. NI. willt onke
i te ttf otie ntltoie-thirdl taco foe
A oco~t,

Excelsir aundry,
li r ' f
1 , c. . ~iatr thcint ee ioi, iee
Spyin~g
GOO DSP EED'S
FULL .AND
COMPLETLE LINE
3POOkTIIIO SKOES,
G1OODSPEED'S

preactical 011111icatioin of it 1to1111110
asas made ast Brook tarisi. Enierson

.aav&uj.. ALLLI~ sas a clllokenser of othlers, and reacl
great trtiths at a glance. Lostell
University - 20 S.sat St. said lie ha'd a Greekl head oiiYatikee
Bookstore, Sae S~~t~eS
Ga lIs is tpoetry, Emero l adlitile

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