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January 14, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-01-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

rWE ARE THE PEOPLE. r. ANN ARBOR~ ORGAN COMPANY,~
Formerly Alimendinger Piano and Organ Company.
N~ie w a, ero(omls, - - - - - - cor-ner of ibmazn fd _Labn, 1j /i e1ts
I *XVill 'Op)en the Baill by placig a line stock of Guitars, Banijos. etc.
___ __ ___ T N F R -b

Find 7w.~'
26 SoutFou

th Avecn, City.
AT maw I as, 1 0.111for I Overicoat.(5Garments worth $ 12.t111 to $1 >.t lo

G7E.AT SAJJEAT' TO=L.J='S
TI'ake a (ICmrera (IOURISEioiie ya.The l em
Wihyotannarc anid March. -
wih Y uENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. GO T
Degree of LL. B. Conferred. -Far HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING,
C ALKIN0S PHARMACY. !Fall Term of 1892 Begin Sept. 13. N eW Co)ods, new taillaods, new Winter fGoods. Full Diresn Snitin s,
Silk Vestings. Ovrcoatinge. ILondan Snitings. Troaserings a spieciailty.
I Largent and coot complete slock in the city, at the lowest prices. Please call
Addrenn the Dean nr Secretary, and examine.
ALBANY, N. Y. NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON STi., near.Main.

A ND AIL
lLeaveOrersefoteeaii
ATHLETIC I+ GOODS.g

2-Cron iCaiftorniaaiiii
3-Crown
a.. LondoinaLayer IRaisins,
. Californiatirutnes, 1070,
~. Evaporated Peaches,
YApricots.
Mixed Nuts. - -
IbRasted Peantls,
44 Main Street, South.

'lYPEWJRJITIN(G.
Al'l ksuofiWorunecatic
line at reasnabile priees.
:3i)iiuthUniviesityAne.
YOU (CAN GET
(iol yi m i.ad, li te r-icecwill be
,r-ililtta
IZOWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical" Physical Apparatus
c "P.and.t4
car -ei aels, Microscopical Supplies
EBE1RBACIl & SON.
O~IE~0L Y1OURTD
-It LiEN Ic HEADiQtAlRTEiS.
mu., iiifyuare linigtfii aiiy ofyou
irientiiiakea ihair in tiieiOccidentai Hoel
officelfor teiuites. Yea will saur elyse
hint Fite i'ceoik tinnerSiundays.5 te!.
MALLORY
Caterer,
71 Fort St., West,. - Detroit, Mich.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
P. 0. NTS'W: STAND,
Lesffettlons, Cigars ardiTobaco

Jeffersonian Society.
'Tlhs ev-ening the Jefclersuiiiaii sic
ciely ctill rcederlthefollowing pro-
granm:
Recading __ _---------- .1. Stotler
Deelinio n---tr ---- . i. mlivr
iipeeel ------------------ W. S. tent
Violin duet- --etsr-. Harteit antiFr-eer
Dieiiate, "Resolved, that tite banishmt of c
ponleonawas tnt tustifiabie"
Afirmtivee---Messs. Croes na i allee-in
Negative.--.----fhnirclianidHoeel
The Political Science Association.
This association is fast being msade
one of the most lprofitable itt connec-
tioe with college work. A slaecial
effort oti their Ihart pronmises a very
initeresting series olf papers andc dis-
cutssionis for the remaainitag meetinags
of the year, at which it is earnestly
desired that students pulrsuing suehIi
hines tat study- iill be Ipresenlt.
Tlie association meets this eveningj
at 7:30 o'cloctk, in 80o1ni 2,5. Ier.
Hicks tiill reaid n papier onti 'Agi--
ctiltirc."
.ly the will of the late D~r. Buick-
mnster lirose, sw-hicha has beets proi-
batetd daring thle last day or or twco,
Hiarv-ard University gets twvo be-
qluests. To thne Medical School thne
testator hsas given $40,000 for the
purpose of foondiog alrofessorship
in orthopedic snrgery, and to the
Cphlege library lhe has given bin
medical books. Dr. Brown was a
graduate of tbe Medical School,
being a member of the class of 1844.

.A. ScXX...._ BILLIARD PARLORS
tin Ec ifrIe ltegantly reitted dun the1 pant enninic,
h10e, ' Ii NinceIlunchicnunter in connetion.
1:, - ~ e BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
12Ce' '~ STATE STII~EET, AN N AIRHOR,
- - 1 l e
I 0cil' THE ARGUS.'-
DEAN & COMPANY. FIN Z Joe ~1I~
_______________________AT LOW PRICES.
Padarewski Com,-ing. IFRS NA O ALB K
Professor Stanley has julstscud ofet FIST N AOAR B N
Capniltal,5t100,6000. Sueptus n ditProfits, $30,M).
liaiharcsrski lthe greatest liviiig plan- Transacts a genetr-l bankiing-bsntess, tnr-
il, for Fea. i th1. Ibis ctas the oiclv igntexceange soldietters ofreredit Fennele
date opuen for the balatace of the sea- C. 1H. RtCHMONDrs. -P.I. BACH,0'. PFes.
t.W ;.RSN ashiet.
s01n. Wyetwill haave thle greatest treat --
ever offered ints15 city. Referenice
to the Free tress asect1ribunte of te OGRANhGER
zthl trill shlotwswhat a setnsationti le
nmade its Detroit. Fortlier particu- SH OL? R D
lars trill be given at a future tdate. S H O O A CN
____._.------- . .__Nowy opent for receptioti of Ptupils.
Base-Ball Notice.
Candidates for the Untiversityv

I

base-ball leant are requitred, by reso-
Iutiots of tite athletic tdirectorslvi
beconletmenibers of the Athletic'-
Associatiots lefore they till be tper- Wagnter & Co., Mottliant Tail-
nutted to cottitetnce itndoor traitning. ors, are- offeritng 50 sthit patterue.
M 'embership tickets tmay be secured
front Ralph Stonse, Manager, atnd tetgii te ft-lcii rt
( Thonmas E. Robinsni,Captain, 11po11 $2,S.00J ito SX33.00 for i23i.00(tl
ti tettf$.0 stuit, ititde tilt first cities. Aliso
Blatnks trill be furtnished he eithier
the ttatiager tir captaitn, luponlpre- l1'l'0 tttpattrs fTrittiserinits, the
senitatiotn of Associatiotsnmenmhership regtllurIit.rice of «liieli is frittti
tickets, twbichl blanks candidates are1
requested to 1i11 ottt and retutrtn to j $7 0 t $.00f, for X6i.001 a patir.
either the mtanager or calptain. The Theya-rie alsot offerig some cde-
spaces are to be filled writht the nanme cidedlbtargains in Heavy Ulrider-
of te candidate, the city address,
the positions lie has played hereto- wear. An inspection of goods
fore, with what clubs, and the posi- and prices is invcited.
lion for which. trying. There is a
pledge printed upon the blank which
-most he signed hy the candidate.
RALPH STON, Manager.

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