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January 22, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-01-22

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THE U. OF M.' DAILY,
WE ARE THE. PEOPLE. ANRN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Newsr 3Vareroi is, ( 0111(1of A-10(tilnd 1)_(l Liboltretios.

I Mwill "Open tile Ball" by placing ahfie stock of Guitar'. Banjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL AST-ONISH YOU.
Find Z" zs ms's Mv~sw SsoE~,
25 South Foorth Avenue,.Cily.

OTECN FOR ONE4
,flU.Oll for I Overeb~at. (Garmeortoh x01fl 12.(d)to $1 A,

ALBANY LAW SCHOOL.

Pure
Fresh

,1,

IESTIABLISHED1810.
C( URISE, one year1. 71hree loll terns
re1mred 11sl~eLloi. St'ttl'1111'l

Clean aaa an1arh
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. GO~
and 1otlier thinigs equially good. ( Degree of LL. B. Confeorred. -For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
AT? Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. (Ntew Goods, newllfall thoods, new winter Goods, Full1 Dress Suitier'.
Silk Vestigo, Osercoating'. 10Lond01onSlitingo. Tronoerings a specialtx
Laorgest andl11Ilost colet~e stirk in flit city, at the lowest prices. Please cell
C L IS P AR A Y1Address the Deani or Secretary, and11exaineill.
ALBANY,-N. Y. NO. 2 EAST' WASiINCGT1O- ST., lier Minl.

H. E, JOLLY & 60.<IT LEADS THE CRVQWD.
asbrCrolsby & Co.'s uerti M
ofIloulr wili talke II''131-(,ad111n1 M
ANDt CII
$ttc~tI~gts'_~t~tllplgo1 Floulr inl lie Mt'ket. Sold at $6.25
ATHLETIC +GOODS. 4t MlAIN ST..SOhI-TII. J -
TYPI6'J I:IIN.VG.1 THE CAMPUS.\i
______ iii(; iiveeii i i ' ilaSSE'. s 'tre'dise \I '.Iii
\'ut' 'IAN (i'T o' n. Dneeywill lie iiiot ion1
-- ?t il M na oiiio lii y esrl . I
rightVN'S 1l{U+ ;'tO Dlr. AC'ail olteilthi!senrls.'.i ol
Chemical Physical Apparattus li)rlolig xeseraslisiliof
AiIl tl Ha K ip. sr"iii seas wi11th n i 92ii
ti D. T3 c A Ilat ycar, isvi siting frien~ds. iill te l 0-ldo

BILLIARD PARLORS
I egantls refitted durieg the post suomeri
I Nice lunlch 100cInee n onnectien.

pe"r bbl.
If 'Toiwlc, '92 lit, was 1
vdcletell iiiusie'. iiiaia-
ii nlaiiiler T'iesdar- niht
a. (liiillmiie. lit i) hail'
11. Slierzer, iistriuitiir
is ai reguilaly-enirolled
enre 11011phlrey, lit '194,
liege after thle holidlay

BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARtBOIt.
j -tTHE ARGUSs--
fINE J00 ?FRINGI~NG'
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(ii' ANN ARORa.
Transacts a igene 1al llnkill0 bsiness~~, for..
eiinexcnelii oiild, lettlersoflcredit pr ed
fori ltrvlrsabrad
S. ff c f7 .fkmi SoN (tifsh ilss
SLHOOLFODM1I
Noseowloten for recepltion o(f Puplils.

%.'s J. *and .:id
t liiicio isoia n uspp!.
IECI3ACfi & SON.
S ITANE 111A15ED 115
E N A 13 11L
H O u t iiii s
O~~DDT7 YiOThR
LNIEAVPOUT RDR
-TDNT'HADQA- ES
"Bos" 0.it'yoWaeSoo STfran fY
frews aes aariit es eidleal t el11R
Ctie otneeinustigs. ando u llursees

rite.
Prisidleni t ngell will((it liedt
lis class illn IInterna'tionlal Lawisnext
Iieck.

'Miss lon
sslio lcit co

recss, is General Secretary- of the
V'. AV. C. A. at Bay ('ity, Alic11
T1heC tniversily (If'T'cxas has ri-

111.1c1largest1111 nive1sil inltheiroriii
15~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~cie aaIai 1111150 ' .0 I c1 c library (if ;S,ooo volonmes
tents. referring toitChina, saloed 01tlncarly
'he'llcite 'erpsichorre will liedt at '.0 000 froml 'a11k Ilec, a Chin~ese \Waglner &('i., Merlhtt 'F ail-
({..raiigers hltlI, Fritdayceeini-at lecture. rsI11, aret'offeinlg .0 Iut Iate,
8i ('clock. I Prof.1. E.Reighlardt las been .1 tl St 10
K. Nr~t)Iler, oor'91 11 called out of townli by the dthl of the regullar' price' (f whlithlis froill
openerd a law offceit I1 L.a llc his omother-ill-lawr. 'lbejournial X2.0 ' 8. )1($3001 7.or $25.00 2i
street, Chicago. Cl111)1b isostponedl for a wreek on
igtenidllreeteltrl-accounlit of his abisece. stilt, 11ad111up11filst (-lass. Als
selves for base 1111lliractice at thle M~r. WX. H-. Nichols 01111V. AV. 150Ipatterns of Troiust'riings, ftie
think, esterlr. IBishlop leave to-mtorrow mtiorniing for
Sonie discoulragedl imciibers of the tWort Hnroii to attend the rdistrictrgdi'rr'ofslclisfis
Ptsycholtgy classes have petitioned conventioin of the '. Al. C. A. Al r. *'7-o() ho $10.00, for $6010 a ptair.
the factilty to drop the couirse. Nichols is to address the convention. Ttyaeas feit oete
None of thic literary societies int Istuto .C.Nwcm, dft eolb
tis week ons account of the lectures botanical laboratory, has beeit quite k oie agains in Heavy Unoder'-
on Friday aind Saturday evenings. seriously ill for a wceek switho grippe wear. An inspection of goode*
Profs. Green, Davit, Dennison and heart complications. He is rdpieisivtd.svrlohrrfsos.aendnwsmwatbtrutcnt
the meeting of the state engineering resume work for several days at
society. at Grand Rapids during the least.
week. Saris Small to-nighE.

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