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December 15, 1891 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'WE ARE THE PEOPLE. /r"ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wveo og01/, - - - - - - - - C'orner of Mainm ond Liberty Sireels.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, B~anjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find Z-=zsE m'' 1 /Tyu-sic S m
25 Sooth Foarth Avenue, City.
'LAYLAWY SCHOOL.
ESTlABLISHIED 1851.
Takea Ca eram'2ea (COIURSE, one year. Three full terms
arnera reqluireid. 'Terms begin, September,
wvit h YOU January anld March.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Wir ii g-oa miniee for (hlietlia ,i .lyu ll Corps ofInstruotors ani I eotrers.
Degree oe LL. B. Conferred.
C ALKINS' PHARMACY. Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Addess tiie Dean sr Secretary,
j ALBANY, N. Y.
PE J6LLY C RIO
ยง T-ATT>XIW41yOur "IED ST ll" Oil is 1 55 Firn
___________________________ oily 12(00.
ANDALL"MU~) STMl," barns without elsa
AND ~.t.gives a clear white light, and is absoluti
t'danfa1 ' &ip1iE lowe test oils in this market.
Leav OrersforallN. 1.-This Oil cais be obtained onl
ATHLETIC + GOODS. DEANr~ C

NOB3LE
IS MIAKINGI AN ELEGANT DIISPLAY tIF
SMOKING JACKETS
NOVELTIES -:-IN -:- NECK WEAR
FOR THE Ho~iday~v
-- For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
Newv Goods, new Fail Goods. new Winier Goods, Full Dress Suitings,
Silk Ve~stiings, Overcoalins ond~tiioisSiitings. Trotiseriiigs it specially.
Largest and iiist complete stocin i the city, at the lowest prices..lease cali
and examnie.
NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.

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'I T'iIWRITING'.
All kiwis iof5Work*5neatli
ione it resonbepie
1Lau. J. BMIDDLrEOFF
ti <39 Stuth University AAve.
YOU ('/AN GET
Vhitte'ingauo ,v, Mi te Price 'il11
right, ol
BROWN'S DRUG STORE,
Chemical " Physical Apparatus
C. P. and Y
fs (a C seiais, M i a scpial Supplies,
EISELIIACII & SON. I
uav A im ERNEDAN
S vFORITSFR YRS.i
A. D. SEYL'%I& SOIL
Opp.CaoutHouse.
-Bis,'i youriookinig iforaiiy itt yoin
friinis, takeaci rn ti heOiceidentai Hotel
offie fr tenitminites. Yeawiil surelyoe
them. Fiveocisek dustier, Sundays. Special
rates.
Ti Fort St., Went, Detroit, ,Mich.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS,
P, 0. N ETS ST PA ND
Newspapers, Magazines. Periodicals. Fins
Confections. Cigars and Tobacco.

THE CAMPUS.
Allion t'ollegc nows'enrolls =165
Prel o.llmnihodn wrte
quizzes ini nearvly all his classes.
Miss Ma~rian Hathaway, '9;,. of
Albiioii,seas visitiiig friends in. towvn
over Suniday.
Pirofessor Langley's lectures on
M eallurgy will continue thsrougha
the coliing week.
The class of '92 have unanimiously
dcciecd to hold a recceliion dutring
commenccment sveek.
Rccitatioins in lalckstonec have
bccn discontiisued and will not hc
rcsumecd until after thic holidays.

z /f-S= T BILLIARD PARLORS
lieganotiy rmitted durtog the east summer
TES OIL. Nice tunch counter in connection.
'lTestxxwbile the presenit State test is BTS&HZE OD
rritig wick, emits nio odtor or smoke, STATE STRIEET, ANN ARBOJR,
ely safe. Retailed at ther samse price as
ly at our Store No. 44, Mai St., South. -e-THE ARGUS.--
_________________________AT Li/Se PRICES.
church. Subject, Amiong the 'lulrks, FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ralts antI Egytians. The lecture is OF ANN ARBuOR.
tdescripition of personal adventures Ct'liiisi,oyiiil. suirplus andu Proits, $3Sosli
Tiransaits at generral biainking butsiness, ic-
in Egypst andI the desert. eignecangeliisoid, lters se crediit piosrsrd
fuor traveiers abiroad.
Thle scenior lits mnudee~~spieratte C. Id. i.IHMONDPri's. P. BACtH, V. Pres.
S. . v. t siii ashCier.
attcittlast Satutrday. t'o elect a_
btase'-lall captains andi umanager~t, but; yk
failed front lack of interest.G -A 'T0 S
Prf tvno h hrayS Ldepartmsent, is giving aowres iiof J JI FOR l1 Il 1D1
lecturcs to thec class itsn atueria tisecl U dl )1 1l
ica, ois the pharmiacy of medicine. Nos oipein lea receptti oo Puptils.
'rhe Michigan isilning school at
H-oughtons has enrolled 65 stutdeists
this term. Ptrobably so more will New -Styles in
cnter before the close of the term. LINEN COLLARS.
A dozeis or more law studentts I '

Dr. Muirhiead held a voltuitary ltave orgaized a club for isuttial
qluiz, oni Therapeutics for the '94 enjoynment and benefit, and are lo-
medics, at 1:30,oioday niorning. cated on the cornter of Jefferson aitt
J. A. P'ratt, '94 usedic, sang the ifth.
leadiing teitor ini the presentatioin of Therey arc at thc desk us the
"tPeinelope"t at Tecumseht, on Friday Library the following books: Mced-
last. ical note book, Jebb's Greek Lit.,
Th'le medical and dental students Gardiner's school atlas, aiid Super's
at work in the anatomical laboratory French Reader. Parties owning
pass off their first dissection thia same siul please call and take them

+New Effects in
yj ECKWEARI

New Ideas in
WRITE SHIRTS.

Professor Thompson commenced
his lectures on 'Equity pleading
and practice" to the junior laws,
yesterday.
'Miss Lena Siinons, of Lansing, is
visiting friends at the University.
She intends to enter the literary de-
partment next semester.
Rev. Camden M. Cobern will lec-

away.
The Biological Society holds its
second regular meeting at5 o'clock
to-day in Room n3, liar Zoological
laboratory. Professor Reighard reads
a paper on "The Work of the First
Commission." The society~has
leaped at once into popularity, the
last meeting being very successful.
The work is not technical but of

WAGNEL1? & CO.
TAILORS AND FURINISHESEE.
Handome
* OVERCOATINGS.
$ty~ish
SUITII'GS.

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ture thus evening in the M. E.I general interest, and all are invited.

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