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October 09, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-09

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THE U. OF M" DAILY.
SWE ARE THE PEOPLE.: : ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY,,
Formerly Allmendinger Piano and Organ Company.
New Wareroons, - - - - - - Corner of Maio and LibertU Streets.
I will "Open the Ball" by placing a flue stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc. 7T
WOOD -bRQU,
THE NEW SHADE IN SUITS?
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
AT
Find WisEzs la swc STO-,
"L4 H S A R " ------------- -
25 South Fourth Avenue, City."THE STAR.
=- C GO TO
Owing to the Expiration of Patents, we are selling Nickel Plated Centre Draft Lamps at 7 F = '
greatly Reduced Prices. $1 50 will go as far this year as $2 50 would last year. . --
"RED STAR".OIL SAFEST AND BEST in Market, Delivered in our
own Cans to Customers in any part of the City at 10 cents peregallon.' For HIGHEST CLASS TAILORING.
OIL CANS of all sizes and at Lowest Price. Shoe Brushes, Blacking and Toilet
Articles at One-Third less thanusual Prices. New Goods, new Fall Goods, new Winter Goods, Full Dress Suitings,
ASilk Vestings, Overcoatilngs, London Suitings. Trouserings a specialty.
E2A + +P Largest and most complete stock in the city, at the lowest prices. Please call
D(A_ and examie.
44 SOUTH MAIN STREET, - - - ANN ARBOR, RICH. NO. 2 EAST WASHINGTON ST., near Main.

DON'T FORGET
.T O GOTO
F1, 1Et JOLLY . .
FOn

AND ALL
o tSfdgnts' p~a-pp ma
Ice Cream, Soda Water, and
FLESI{ LIJITOIO, MOC.
We keep the very best line of
In the City.
Leave Orders for all
ATHLETIC + GOODS.
OGIDfPW1iI M+I rOTEL
STUDENTS' HEADQUARTERS.
"Boys," if you are looking for any of your
friends, take a chair in the Occidental Hotel
office for ten minutes. You will surely see
them. Five o'clock dinner, Sundays. Special
rates.
HAVE EARNED AN
REPUTATION
FOR US FOR 1S YRS.
eo YU eon10Aito
zOLICITED
)A.D.SEYLRR & SON
Opp. Court House.
J. B. MIDDLECOFF,
Type-Writing.
Shhrt-Hand and Minscgraping, Thr Car
Co-krsojtW, Leclnscs a an s faro
South PR lcation of a kinds. Univ. Ave.
B1LLTARD £ALOK8.
Slegandy refitte during the past summer
h cenoat-r in connection.
RU S.v&4LALEW OD,
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

THEoCAMPUS. Prof. Honey, of the class of '8o, Chemical Physical Apparatus
at present superintendent of schools
Dr. Brown, '91, is in town. at Monroe, Mich., visited the Uni- P. and
The senior medics number ntt. versity yesterday. Rare Chemicals, Microscopical Supplies,
Henry Miller, '93 lit, returned The Geological Society will hold
last evening. its first meeting of the year this
There are 12 California boys in afternoon from 5 to 6. Prof. Pettee '~ZTHE ARGUS,s--"
the junior law class. will deliver the opening address. FINE JOy fiRIb ;IN@,
William Wilhartz, lit '91, is mar- A. P. Will, '91, has returned for AT LOW PRICES.
ried and studying law at Chicago. post graduate work, and is engaged
Drew, '94 lit, has been elected in the preparation of articles for the FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.OF ANN ARBOR.
captain of his class foot-ball team. American and English Encyclopedia Capital, $100,0000. Surplus and Profits, $30,000.
H. J. Miller, law '91, is practic- of Law. Transacts a general banking business, for-
eign exchange sold, letters of credit procured
ing his profession in Livingston, Dr. S. M. Utze, of. last year's for travelers abroad.
C. N. ItICHMOND, Fren.F. BACH, Vi. Fres.
Mont. graduating class in the medical de- .H .5 W CARKON, Casie,.
The University of Pennsylvania partment, has been appointed In-
has 1,850 students, 270 more than st.uctor in Osteology and Assistant GRANGER
last year. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
F. J. Lynch, law '91, is acquiring A handsome three-quarters length
wealth in the law practice, at To- painting of the late Professor Will-
peka, Ian. iam P. Wells, Kent professor of law,
Hon. Daniel Dougherty spoke a has been hung in the law lecture Now open for reception of Pupils.
few words to the senior laws yester- room on the right hand side of the
day morning. painting of Judge Cooley.
Everybody remember the election Geo. M. Fields, law '92, will not \TIAGNER U 00.3
of the U. of M. A. A. officers, on finish the course this year, but is at
Saturday, at to. Dowagiac, Mich., studying in the
There is a letter for the president law office of Charles E. Sweet, law
of the class of '95 on the bulletin '91. Mr. Fields will probably takea.
board in Main Hall. his degree with the class of 93-a
W. A. Shannon, last year with The S. C. A. will give their annual
'92 medics, is in the medical de- social this evening, in Newberry '+ rurni nerp
partment of U. of P. Hall. Everyone is cordially invited
W. B. Ramsay, 'go, manager of to be present. Let all new students
last year's Glee Club, died on Wed- especially embrace this opportunity 21 5. MAIN STREET.
nesday, at Cleveland, O. to get acquainted with one another
Pickerill and Gillmore, of last and with the older students.
year's junior medic class, .are at the Prof. Harrington, who has recent-
Chicago Medical this year. ly returned from his trip to Europe, A Large Stock of
where he was in attendance upon the SEAS6NABLE WOOLENS.
The Lawrence brothers, who were meeting of the International Meteor-
in the literary department last year, ological Congress oh Vienna, was . .
have entered Stanford Jr. University .1A1 the Novelties in
thifavenrdtnr.appointed a member of the Interna-.
this fal. tional Meteorological Committee, an MEN'S FINE FURNISHINGS.
Miss Cora Apthorp, '93 lit, and honor never before confersed uon
Fred T. Wilcox, of Big Rapids, were an American.' .-
married Wednesday evening. They -
left for the west. Subscribe for the U. of M. DAILY. We have the Best Steam laundry.

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