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October 22, 1892 - Image 4

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PERFUMES ? YES.'
u ( seed t li dro u sat fo

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
THAT SHABBY HAT !
~~Jnd- rsel.OLhm SCA\RCELY DO IN FANN AhRBOR.

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CALKINS' MUSICAL UGOODS.>%

You are glad to retur',and1 tarecc taijuly 1lesd to sees you,
butllo Imoll -ippI 1earllnos go aloigwvs
2] Years in the Business. Excelsior Laundry,
CITY LAU.tNDRY, 20l OEASI ill LOIN e icB1
MM. Seabolt. No. 4 N.Fourth St. ecd deliveed. A.F. COVERT, Pop

rlo Ibl"ir 81c11Ielor01.
34 S. State Street.

34 S I.'All It, 1'IsE'T,

MOO RE &WET MORE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
1iversity Text- ooks, llledical looks, Law Looks, lDelitl I3ooks, Stuldents' Note Looks, 131111k Books, Statio nerv. AWe l1lY-c al arue
Stock of lKedIifel a11d1Esser I-)raftiuug Instrumllents.
Our Stock will be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

-'=)=z=117QGo=S_-AVE YouiL E X74S.
T.he Riocliester, The loyal, aind The Pertfection Student Lamps have dem-
onistrated tlhit they give the moet perfect ligit (if alamps15)15imade. While the
prices vary froni 90 cente to $14 each, they all give the same quality a1nd1quan-1
iA)W PillzlS. tity of light.
Nrgand Lamp, with porcelain shades, at - . - - - - 65 cents
lied Star Oil, that horns without odor, does not char the wick.
LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!Oi and giveesia pore whlite light, deliveredi lt - - - Ii) cents per gal
Oil'anis, according to capacity, from - - - - 2(1 cents to $t each.
To see is to helieve. See oor stock anid you will he ciinviiiced that we sell
lie liest Lamip and hest Oil for thie least money of aiiy iouse in this city.
-AT- 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

lUr 97 Ar**a DIlis

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BROWN'S DRUG STORE~. i "n- %i vi r v .
We Don't Want Muchi! ! Ahout 125 students have entered
the various Blihle classes of the S.C.
Sf11 ANT 'ypia trade ini Muss. A.
i 1,WANTr you stisfied witeery Chicago University has 565 ala-
hing biiught o s.
Wr WANxro owiiew r uisieiii dents according to the University
needs, rw
WEW 'iSI tocaoiisiichia stoc sc Nes
®will fi11 rour needs. 'Ninety-five lit defeated the Ypsi.
Now, What Mo~rs Can You Waint ? f Normals, yesterday, hy a score of
Pians, iiitairs, Banjos. Manolins, etc., i to 8to 0.
rent. 51 saidlil ieiisy pnrinents.
THE ANN ARBIORIORGCAN CO., Thse chairs in the dental operating
L. sH. iLscsLNss Manager, rooiu have heen rearraiiged to make
51 souni. Main street. room for ten new ones.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL. G. H. Rowe, instroctor i hs-
Tone TablleIlRevised) lime ii.18:12.
EASe. p. In. WEST. a. i. ice, is ahle to meet Isis classes, alter
Mail------------ 425 Chicaigo Special _,3117 52
Dayr Express ---a-- 5 l5arayExpress.___ 8 Ni a sickness of several weeks.
N. ,iiiitedi ---.5 28 Mail-----. --93
N. Y. Limited.11- 45 N. S. Liniited-- A59s W. F. Dowlanld, '94 lit, is at Oh-
Niagara Falls SpI -11 17 1). in.
a, mi, Chicag Express. 21 vet this ternsbut expects to return
5). N. Expcess..---- 5 118 (.IR. lExpress - 5 511
.Atlantic Exprese- ,47 Aierican Exp .9518 to the U. of M. next semester.
(1. Ri.Express i10il75PacificlExpirecc i0i277
0.s~e~s.W asr . xW. tIAras. Floyd R. Mlecliem, receistly ap-
51.1' ,T.Aeil, lus s.Ag. imAr li'pIointed Tappan professor of lasw,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK swill deliver his first lecture, Toes-
011 ANN ARBlORi.(lay.
lCpital, $10,0001. Sueplmms aindiProfts, tie"30.
'reicoms gieei anin iisiiesCa- Will Hulnter, '94 lit, left for Iris
eigeehslissccldi, leteisaifcrcmit priicrcd
foai les abroad.illme, XWednesday, owving to t111
S. . Cm iiNCasier.OP . death of Ihis father. tHe luay 1107
GRF1NGF-R'S returns.
SCHOOfL '%f ART'1TI'I Prot. Thompson,dtirisg lhis lee-
S utiv~ O DA1~11 ' tulne to the junior lasvs, 'Thursday,
t~t~casn Ocsbe, 95,In ay 93 put it to vole "wvhetlher or not the
OUR 11NIOw HALL is centrally locaied ad I lihrary should he open on Colulmhus
every provisionl has Seen made tiipruoenith Se I
.comfort oe car patroncs. Therenare nostairs Day.''Thse yeas had it.
So mounmt, Shedanclig rooiiitiring cin lie
grounedfloor. Ollicesci academy, Si Maynridr-st.. Thsere will he English Lutheran
ma Send $l12 5 r$1151) for Sam- services in Newherry hall, tomrrow,
pie idetaiiBocx hyexpre5sethe Rev. Tt. L.Smt
ITflT ther13ES'I fANDIE SinAmerica. Smt, of LaGrange,
Pat up in elegant bcxes and A
siitri ae a aef I nd.,omfcating. At6:15 p. in., a
m pepaid. Refer xpoall has.young people's society will he or-
Iad.Try iteonce- Addresn,
C. nu7F_ _GUN sTISERConfecioner, gans zed. Students are cordially in-
212, Slate Streeti vtedto peresent.

W. AV. ledenieyer, of the DAcILY
staff, has heen elected on the hoard
of school exainers for Washtenaw
counsty.
Miss Minlnie A. Walton, of Che-
hoygan, '92 lit, is spending a week
with friends in the city.
Mtiss Alice l''adssvortls, '94, spn
Columhbus Day at her homnisChsi-
cago.
Miss Gertrude Shorh, lit '9,3, gave
a spread in honor of her hirthday
anniversary, 'ihlursday night.
Rev. Dr. Cohern swill preachs in
the Methodist church tomorrow
evening, on 1 Tile Columhus of the
Past and the Nesv Columhus of the
Future."
The Michligan- Minnesota ganic
furnished material for a twvo-and-a-
half column, profusely illustrated
wvrite-upl for one of the Minucallo-
lis dailies.
The second inuhber of the Island
League course lccuirs Monday even-
lug. Eliabheths Flowver Willis, of
Bioston, a prominuent elocuitionist,
svill furnish the prolgraml.
The organization of a press club
is heing agitated amonig tlhe lasvs.
It is to consist of students who have
heen at any time, or are at present
engaged in neswspaper wvork.
Rev. EI. R. Curry, the scholarly
young pastor of the ist Baptist
church, of Jackson, will preach at
the Baptist church tomorrow morn-
ing and evening, in exchange with
SRev. A. S. Carman.

Call on Win. Fulde, th1e
Ta~ilor, opposite the Law ]lsildii, oni
William-st., llrst tdoor wreot of State-st.
Cleaning, repairllin andpessigidone lieatly.
Suits Scirdler acspecialty. All searkSfirst-elass.
tF YOU WANT TO
f3uy a=Alarnm Clock
I elir havese ORepairing lime geoito
'IAxii. Arnohk, 36 Main Street
STAFFORPJ3
-Tl
TAILZOR !
Is showing ai first-class lineof
Dross and biisiness Suititngs,
Trouserings and Fancy Vestings
for Fall aid Winter.
42 $Outh State $treet.
G. H. WILD,
THlE LEIING TAILOR,
Is the place to go for hune Tailoring.
Ile hiss the most select stock ofi
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
in Stlitings, Trstiserilsgs, and Fancy
Silk Vestings in the City, and
would he pleased to have you
call and examine. Ile
makes a specialty of
Full Dress Stilts.
No. 2 E. Washington-St.. Ann Arbor.

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