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October 29, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
'WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ~ NN''ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,"'
Formerly Alimeridinger Piano and Organ Company.

Necw Wo'r oos, -

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Iztwill "Open the Ball" by placiog a fine stock of tGiitar, a li jo', etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH 'YOU.
Find i7"=s Y' M s a SrQ
25 South Fourth Atvene, City.

The lateht in itenmarket, matiufactured by Rdfus Waterhouse,
New York, Cleveland Brown &4- Co., Boston, and Cut-
ter & Crossette, Chicago, at
f JSign itt the REDI) STA R.

O ieiutettlt ExirtonuitofPtents, We are seiitng Nicl'iitlc5 CootntreratiTas t t
"~RED STAR" OIL SAFEST AND BEST ittn Maret, :Dtelivdin u
OIL CANS tofttlltizes andt oiwest Price. Shoe Bruohes,, liatcti-- and oiet
Articeititone-Tidlt ess thonuual tPrices.. (N (goo

-For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
tilt, nietwtall (toils. tiew Winter GoodisFull IDress Sititings,

) 1Lt ,+ (I..)A iLA..IAY. Ltrgest amltinotst cotumplete Aotck ito the city, at the lowest lirices. Pletase call
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - - - - ANN ARBOR. HICH. NO. ' EAST WASHINGTON ST., toear Maiti.
Ti OTTHE CAMPUS. tion to student. Tuition there bas Chemical , Physical Apparatus
I G , S. Taylor, '92 lit, spent tebe eathehenubr fht---
dents bas been limited by the bigbh C t V P. an
SELL.. last week in Ohio.. an
reurmnsframsin aeC ,McocpclCaaM esr (1lt ste The Engineering Society meets eBELAlI& SN.ie
_________________ guest of Isabella Mckae. __rf. ________________SON.
AND ALL M~~l~r. Savage,'9 medic, is at the enFriday,s Oct. 30, at 8 p. ini Pro f.Th
94 L eri eialti er rees om 'orm-h THE ARGUS,.'
Detoitmedcalthi yer. civil engineers' trip; The trips, t. i INZ JO F9IN JN
tcd t'gcpla. A. J. Walters, law 'go, has located D.Cretr;Cm ieH a,- TLi
at Manchester, Ihis counlty. 'A O RCS
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and Mr. Waples takes D~r. Huber's win; Triangulation, A. C. I~ewerenz;
R. R. work, .C ihr FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FRES TTplae a quz mste in natmy.' F C.Fiser.oF ANN ARBOR.
'LSI LITOIESETC.,tlceasqut o tr"n naom. Students itt the Englisti i\aster- Capital, $tt0,00t00. Surplus and Profits,$30,000.
p.i.ersca 't s n t e cu'ras-acts a geneal husking itusitness, tor
itt ~uit ii, cty ic~tiii~ olicetifJ. uV. iteicli atorny, tc~~couse lliiiiteinterestedl to egcool,,ange sold, letters of eredit procured
'at epth eybs lteo fiae o J.Aknoithelhootreyrs.'rf.Trueblood will tiravelers ubroaud.
Pan, ll.knw tatMrs Pof.1 ueboo wil CH MONDItt, i'res. P. BACH, V. Fees.
-Miss Ptrter, of ltartford, Conn., read Silas MAarner at the High School S. w'. CLARKSON. Cashies-.
~ ~ tO hs ben vuitiug he broberI hal 0n Friday evening of this wveek. ~
----05 , ot lore,' i.Site xwiii be assisted by Miss Lucy GR N R
______________________1wA meeting of the Reiptblican club >o Cole and Mrs. 1V . Edwvards,
ATHLETIC +GOODS, wilb edintelwqiromwowlgiesvaluiclu-
___ANGT__hiveig t7.0 ____ t. SCH O O .. Dedrick, law 'g, has been Mr. W. T. Livingston, of the firmni
hWlt YU '07(0dtit00 St .Tiec vi ll be appointetd Assistant t'rosecuting At- fR.H yfe&C. eri, sul Nt PPiLttwpioso uis
rightl, it ney at Jeffersonville, Ind. he in Ann Arbor, at the Cook House, .
BROWN'S DRUG STORE. Thte Geological Society meets with a full line of the celebrated New -Styles in
Thursday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 P. no. A "Fyfe Foot-Form" sporting, dancing LNNCLAS
O 3JE1TJ :*iOiLfulh attendance is desired. and street shoes, for the inspectionLIESC LA .
0 1 1 I Mr. Andreas Dippel, the world- of students, Monday, Tuesday,
STUDOENTS' READQUAROTERS. famous tenor, will slag the part of Wednesday and Thursday, O~ct.a26, ' New Iffect5 in2
"Boys," if you are looking for any of your Fas in the DamnainoFas278ad2.fedtkeichrinteOietlHtl, 'NEK AR
otieou e iue. o ilsrl e hemo. Fiveo'clockh dinner, Sundays. Special May 19. MNrs. Eliza R. Sunderland wvilh
rates. A quz cubt asbe'' oraniedspeak at teUniltarian church nx
H ~ASbysomeon h } ei os t:udymrigo AWa u f lNwAE.EERE NEVAL slmtedcin umsbeten gaoienti osiim nthe evenigo
REPTA~T Is liutimetevi snbt e n ciAgnsiim;i ho vnn t I W1TE SHIRTS.
jnORUeFOn 18 vuus.aiduet every Saturday evening. " Glance at the Rehugions of toe
c Ons~UR TDE Tere wilh be a meeting of the World." Mr. Sunderland goes to
ASOIIED Pennslvania Club in Room A, Sat- Bloomington, Ind., to preach in the r7AG El &
A.ASY' OLudy c,31, at o'chock. There annuah course of sermons before the W A N R COs
OpCotose .
iso a president to elect, and other Indiana State University. TAILORS AND FURNISHERS.
J. B. MIDDLECOFF, inmportant business to transact. One of our most welcome visitors
Type-Writing. A change has been made in the is the U. of H. DAILY, which camve
.Short-Hoaid and AMineotrsplilng, Tieie4s, Ctr- studies ofTrntSeis so that into existence lastyer It corn- anSm
reupotiuee,Lectiures, olso -Pr'iniyfenorsfyar
3'9 South Psulietiunoif all kn&d. ly. Ave. instead of 4 hours optional workprsvyfaoblwihtedlesOEI AT GS
DILLI.RD H E N 3 ad In hours of required work, they of Yale, Harvard and Cornell. The+
will have in future no hours option- establishment of the DAILY was an
Elegantly refited during the pat summer. l n
Nice lunch counter in connections. an only 5 required. important move in potting Ann Ar- $tylish
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD, Lehigh Universitywill commence, bor in line with the larger Universi- SUITINGS.
STATIESTREET, ANN ARBOR. after January, 1882, to charge tui- ties of the country-The Adelbert.

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