100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

January 12, 1892 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1892-01-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE U. OF M. DAILY.
AtT he T w o Sarn3 TCLEARING..8ALE

Of Overcoats and Ulsters.

i- ~ or'r'

I We have miade a tieenouiis cut in. prices all along the lia of
1 T T ,tens and Boys, Overcoats and Filsters, which will enable us to
ON At4A Ox~i~RC AT$ an Wh~1~$co enLA70 ORIccE is so prevalenlt,ino nmaii should go out 1on icc'
> Tlis includes all w3O. ItQ, ,2 S.M he has anl Overcoat onl.
aic ~2. te 4 <d '. ~ats. Nonec , Last yeair we'iclosedI our Overcoats (Iown o th112smnai ll umber(of
75 7r 'eserve. 1TmIOITY livPE, aii1nd xpet fto do so thiis year.

Z_ :3Z,2'Z_

The J. T. Jacobs Company,
IIEDAiIOE15,27-29) MAIN Si., AN A1nBO.

Jail. 2, '1)2

MAll Aflor Stu M Egilltf, C 0 L. GEORGE L. MOORE, (A oor cessrC .& 1aber. )
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED. !FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL, A ci i orc ' alcile e''xt oosincluding Icwcciand ld c ic o..ta l~eie
CAL 1, ux ~ilChepestiplace orue h icik atc'1cc4FacliciPs its the cite. PIrshic ( n 'o~ ~n
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. 11_S1 i c=. ld fE beeds. Iow ayce inceie sock atcillyste laKN. 6 .MIST
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. No. 11 IX cii WASIiiN(OTON "0 os T G-O. L. C0 r=

WAHR'SLIJSIITLRSPILLOTOLYN
Ev5ery Suetwl sv l y bliiig nvestynex-oosan l tipllil iitIIaIqi ii 11 5 We al ir fleeIt, ice i c'. eel , cd lit ~ x
seialdisciiiiii111 1 W IOOK~ S MEJICLt BOOK is) S. DENTA L)EENA IBOS.in i '.1 iievelitIioA nsetl iiithe '('icii lifit ieno
iii 't. c (lii Ill ukhBooks it I10111 ree ci-- ._ _ _iii_ __.-
THE ~k,- EXtcaI.I,;< - =,.t :a ,aIPi-
p111ts cx11 1 inimedi i'ii c ryc, r idi pe
,l Pa i c raone .ad1".rk 1)11 01 . No
IQhrnond Straight Qt.Ir. , w[s i [ M hIIG N LE GEOM(ARIN
tNo. 1iiiI~Eii
CIGARETTES., il'elcilelil'll..Cloth ~~,uCaskets, M/detallic
Cigrete linl~ersi'5C R A I 511-S,11 = I-_ANDC I ON 115 i'l'IiNS.
(ate lntonyaltl TYI)fries s GTALNJD,01;} 0'lA┬žS.Prear' uens. IAIcEEsE cllg rset
aoe t anlieg' 1 p1r'i-a cte N V l Iel '1'l'l01' J.1 11.0. l'1ii'' i el1 'eccII laA. POLH EMU.,
all eth olinthhers.t .
charedfteh inarylii c ies V 111F r;tti ' I 11111111Preparies fr e.doPNceiindl iliattiiii Pu-eel.ttt( nd..
'Niemst ri' .1.511 lE .11 l/'12liFXl. lcc c.lii cil IiiClo ____
'aut No. 1Ci-aeeties ace made0fro i he ight- "lir is C 0l1 111'C I 1 'ilND 111II'i'lDl 0 1Pf1'ciliTi1."l'N' 1114' lea. hag sehl ofui ness'.l~iR NS Y & E BO T
es, mostidelicteiyflavei d iand ilighietcst i ,rlte e teeym eaeepnet suensttednTRN E E B L
Golddteal'grocin 10Viriniia. 'chiiais the O h'l iedlli i i'eie ' eo'I heeliliilds ex'111 penseo' re'ii cn t tiS(
casameillladii iaih tLgeeis '111 time' Iit'e llan o frlell. I,i e ~ h Ofelnishedl.I Groceries, ProvisiontsFour and Feed,
and~l wasboulllgitioutebyisinlthe years18';..lie's, 111111retid n
Bew'are or liiations, and aolseresthat ihe 6 V R XIraden.0aiid 8E. Wasinlgton St.
firm~ nause as bielowli is aii scary package.
Tile ALL.EN &GINTE'R Oraneli
1)f the Aaierican lheoC. THE CAMPUS. Th'ley still hiai'e the old-time juniorRaeaiNoc.
:ilanufactai'ei's. - - ltieheionii. Virginaa
cxcrciscs at Wbestinstcr College. -
p, > 1 ~ ~ 'T'eachiers in the Madras Mediica)liilidiitiunccfuiiise- Iillal' 'oii tlicsi
Co1 (illege lectiire ini gowns.'iiciaa 2;moelrbes~s asi-bal I iccin arc rcquii ied,by r' P15
i'c1,iici $0.'c sdl. S ii i d Pritsi, $17,iWi0. . \his soi 'ir I 1111 tild, ao i9i4 moe silcii hn li liiihas i' cihl'i' i i1'(2,l
Ioesa genieiralIBanking busiiiess. lays in-''(nl"i' oesudnsta h
iieestiiiSaving 1Deposits. HcIssafecy is visiting ier sister, Miss lleilricila '
Dleposilt Boes o rsi [teni.treh nrdadsxyu ieste eo e m m es o h tiei
It. KEMIPF,P'ess F. H. IIESEt. ('ashiler. Carr, '2 enicl. lircI illelai ici c n is Iclec ii'l is lt ii' 'ii
P a'I lie stuiicls' hiblec ilass if Itie C lte J ml e eid o r iceng
Ann Arbor Savings Bank I tllariaii ciurili wi iscus iTe vacanies inithe .-coloicna iiiiclioi i ii lilo ro
An SrbrMchpii Ciap i 'lp g lialli itaytok \(~txl siiihce lai IItickets haY he seicireti
OsgadepaitmiidsofiCirneuse, causedniy,1001
sells excehageontheaericipal citieasof tiT omss .4bnsl a tr t)f
iU'ited State's. IDrafiscacsihed upon peoper :seentiy-onc stcuients .a1t 'orniel Ili e fiii]eidly the applolint tilli o f .91 loii'r, R isii 1 p ilii, lli
identificatica. Ofiters!p ymc o 3.0
'CH IS TIMCiK, Press.,iwere siispi'lendedIromc the ' cicersily '. S. 'larrcif H arcard.. 111 l > lci9'i 0
CHiAS. E. Hiscicia Cashiler.ifor tailuire ini ile work cif last terrii 1. rich A. I,( 'den, 'Esqo.,isil hofi Rioiisto'nii
it toii hieicai''na h' ilircaai,1111011ple-
llcliiltwtcily-eight of thccse hocve, lois depositeld cwithc 11ce Frank~l in Ic n- iiioiI ii liiiiIliiles
OF h owevcii, liieii restoireil stitute, 11ce siiit (f $1,i 0,co, beli
U OFM. P1NS I1 , , iii tiess, li I ilih iichlbakscaniats arce

iliciiiiiat-
36 MainStreeti
AANDALg
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!,
30EasHuronStreet, 1
SHORTHAND CTAKE.:A
T' WILL PAY YOU. Shorthuand Sebool, New
Bailding, IS South Stpte Stxeet.

I I'le Le~tioiais th nani of al~i- awared asa preiiunlto ay ci dn fNrhAeiawosa liiiduste cal fillouht iniihreturnc ho
weekly paper lpiblishcedlbythie cli- eiteeittot N orili America sehio shalllI
dents 1)1 Lelaind Stanfordl I' nhsersit>. Ileiermcinewseteher all rags of lig7ht I(ihrui illgi rclill 'h
space1 s iii. to bi heildiitli thie came
It contiaiins forty pagses of readlinig ani tcihier phlysical rays, are or are o li ucihtIi iyalrs
ncatter, aiid pronidses to raiik cvcry'nr11tranlslated ith tiihie sanime eoc- ipslli chapayderii
high among college journals. Iii)' 'I tore withl what 'lubs, and the posi-
NV'. C'. Lanigdon, r,'92, and Prof. No'ril's-PL~orIcsICA.l'coONLdi.- Lion forswliiihi trying.'t'hiere is a
N. S. Sprague are contemplating the Students who intend to elect courses pledge puHnItl uponi the blank which
production of an opera to be put 00 4 and 6 in Political Economy for the must. be igI'nell by the caiididate.
the stage next spring biy Brown sta. second semester will please report at - .:--1 .ulirS'rio ,: aiiager.
tsai hgonce to the undersigned: if'Thisin
dents. ' .angdon is t rt h formation is needed in order to avoid - +
libretto, and Prof. Sprague the mu- confusion in adjustment of the work. press ViClbat . of' N. Halt
sic.-Brunonian. tHENSY C. ADAS. to- night.

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan