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October 28, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-10-28

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PERFUMES ? YES)
So (ood Ithat wh~eii roi li.
used the ifist diiopVoti start for
CALKIN S'
To bNc so ne loov.
34 S. State Street.

THE UT. OF Ml. DAlI_ v
TRY THE NEW
UnereUTemA~1COLLAR.
MUSIGAL GOO-DSj IT IS EASE, COMFORT ANDSTiYLE
ALYVIN WI]LSEY,j
Over( itki,'Dii-lr,ic, /5N ARBOR. RS>00B1 N O L E

MOORE &WETMORE, BOOK STORE, NO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
ivoersitys- 'eaf--B obs, Ai edicat loiiks, Lawc Bo oks, lDental Books, Stuldenlts' Note Books. Blank Books, Statoic}a. We lhave a tar pe
Stick if Kealel 1an(1Esse(r1I~idtitig l'istriuiients.
Our Stock wviii be found Complete and our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

- T'OIT =2' 0YOO=t-
Lit ICES.l L

_ -'.AVE X'OI- YES.
The Roicliester, Thle lteyat, aiii The Perfection Student Lamps have deim-
onstrated that they give the moat perfect light of ally lamps made. While the
prices vary from C0 cencts to sia each, they all give tile same quality iiid quani-
tity of light.
Argand Lamp, with porcelain shades, at - - - - - 65 cents

LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY !Oi and gives a pure white tight, deli
ilCans, according to capacity, from
To see is to believe. See our stack
the heat Lamsp and heat Oil for the leass
-A'- 44 Main Street, South.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. , THE CAMPUS.
'We Don't Wrant Much ! ! Cornell has 1576 students this
IWE 5WANT yocsitrade is Cusicyear.
wi goos. Wni. A. Grace, 'go law, svas re-
WEWANT yr atisfiedithevr
thibgitsefls. cently niarried.
ss s 5 C15 ssw si cciiiaai Arthur tWehster, '92 lawy, is located
WE1.SANV'tis carysiuchassicetiasi in Carthage, Mo.
cifiliiycsr nseals. frVula
New, What Mere Can Yoti Waist ? city auha, lies heii out of the
ciyfor a fesw days.
Pianes, Gitilars, iBanjes. Miandolins. eci., tis
rest. o ld oil ieas syiens. B. C. tDucall, '92 law, is swithL ..
TICE ANN ARBIOR ORttAN CO.) C. Spooner, Kansas City.
L. H. Ii 'aE'. Macagor, Cornell rushed LehiighiSaturday
GA to the scoie of 7ti to a.
InMJCHIAN CL'NT ~AL t here are a2i Pale graduates
TiTaTle (Riised)lJune5I,.'. 18532. coachsing foothall teamss.
EAST. p.1i4. WcST. asic.
Maeil-------a4 :ts (hiecgoSpeciesi 07 Lelandl Stanford, jr., Univecrsity
lila 1res --llc- 5 Clay Esreso.. 58 311
N. .Liiiiftid'_i _ 628- mil-s---Ec -- 9at7lies 700 students enrolleil.
N. Y'. LimiiiicC-5 45 N. S. Liiiiied _l959C
Niageaacisall-i ii as27ii. Il. AV. A. iBeasley', lasv '92,'l5isractis-
ai, CiciiagExprsess. 2 U
ii. N.Expiress--5 ii8iG-it. Exrs i _c. 50Ciintsgat SaiJose, California.
50lan1icExpcl,s--7 57 Amican05Exp i 9iIS
G. I. Expi-ess.._liiI05'i4iiii1P.acificIrs 1u27 'ThcUt. of CV. is acmitatisc the
0. ss. RGErS. 1. W, HAYia, .~
is Y. X4. 'r. Aid. i'iicagc. Agt. Ass Arbor. iquestioin iftformiing a press ch.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Harvaril's total registration is
uf ANN ARBHOR. ,905, a gain of 247 over last year.
Capiitl5.Siirplus aniiCProfis, $i0,0iii.
Tra. a e-cgenral ibanking liiinsico- , Caucusiisgtier j unior lasw o ffscirs
eignc 'sli,,ie sioid, lees cf crlied it rcdhlas heeii sery activeitse lpast fcw
P. ACHl, Prei. I da 'S.
GRANGFti . NV. Colinsslis retiirised toi
GRI~~G~R.S theideiitait departisent tofinisihiIs
SCHOLb OF DANUIN~i rourse.
0 th SeasoOcober, '92, is May, .. Jiiios,92asleiiiiget
of111 NEW HALL is cenicaily loateli-Cnd i lversity frieisds. HeIcis plractisinsgie
iveryiroviisiin has been mcadleiio prot-noie lie 1I llinisi.
comiiforitofsour patonis. thiere reho sta1itcrs
tll cmsiunt,the Cancing romcing hi-ice ..
grun fciiIloo-. O11iceaca ildemy, 6 Maynarid-st. 't'rains-Miississippi aiid Miheligain
Sen $ ei 12a5.$2ccr 1350 fCIISam-1anior lasshave decided upon Itseir
pletie 11l Bocbyer essofcinominees.
'2TIfthe BcESlTANDIES inAmicae.
Psi up is elegant boxes aild
stiieilv pace. Suitable fori The Bible in stitute at Newberry
PRESENTS. Express charges hlcomnes this evening at
* prepaid.atefer tocalltChicago.halcm es
Tra.J. lyiiconc Adirecas, 7I0. Professors Votaw and Price
*i7 .F MU TECnecinr :212 Stats LNOStreet. - dle
CHICAGO L,I~S. Jwill hothliver addresses.

Ivered at-- - - - 1itceeits per gal
- - 20 cents to $6i each.
slind you will he conlviniced that eve sell
it money of aiiy house in thlis city.
DEAN & COMPANY.
The oratorical contest will he held
on else evening ofthl~e thsird Friday
of next March.
Prof. Consely mset wvithi a hearty
reception yesterday at the hanils of
the junior laws.
The Y. P. S. C. F.., of the Ger-
man Evangelistic cheurcli,swill hold a
social this evening at Mtrs. D ieterle's,
corner S. Fourth asvenue aind Liberty
street. All Germne stuihents ie-
cited.
Thi~re has beein found in Chic lib-
rary recently, a pocket lbook con-
taining a key. Ate initiail1pin aiid
an unmbrella are also awaiting
oweners. Call at delivery desk.
Chas. W'.IDabney, Presideint of
the University of Teiniessee, spent
yesterday in looking over tlhe Uni-
versity. He is visiting M~r. lowers
of the medicat departmntlwhio is
a gradluate oef that school.
Thle Denmocratic cliih helil a nieet-
ineg last esvensing. 'Ths naiues of all
those echo are froni ioubtful slates
swere takein, aindimeains assureil for
senintigtieimihoiie. -hedges leave
beein ordereid.
XX. E. \clbncroe, iof lest year's
Dii i icvsledf, returineid last eveninig,
aindewil1 fiinish his ework evitli '92
lass. dlr. MelEncrue has been city
editor on the tIshpeming Dlaily Presa
during the sunmmer.
The Unity club will he favored
tonmorrow evcning by a lecture by
Prof. Israel C. Russell, on "Two
Expeditions to Mt. St. Eliss,
Alaska." Stereoptican illustrations
will give interest to the lecture.

Call on Win. Fulde, th~e
Tailor. opplosite the Lasybilinlg, oii
Willian-st., llrst idoor scest of State-st.
Cleaning,i-epaiinigcandlpressingiliineiieatly.
Suitst orer itaspecialty. Allswerk first-clas.
tF YOU WANT TO
Buy az6A&arnm Clock~
orliiive somec Iepaicing dileego Is
Wji. ArinoI d3 36 Main Street
STAFFOP,
-111i,-
TAI LOR !
Is shiowitig airist-claiss lineiofO
Dross andtiBiisiness Siitin as,
Trouscrnrgs slnd Fancy' Vestings
fot' Fall 1and Winter.
42 South $tate street,
G. H. WILD,
IIIE LEADINTG TAILOL,
Cs the 1pa1c to go for fiue 'ailarria.
Il~e ieis the umost select f clck of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS!
ini Settings, Trotiserings, anit laney
Silk V'estinsgs ini the City, sait
would he pleased to have you
call and examine. Ile
nmakes a specialty of
Full Dress Suits.
No. 2 E. Washington-St., Ann Arbor,

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