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February 11, 1892 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THlE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
eN nX' ~o sX' o nj 1) 1(1of' .91ia di o .1leirt5' St 'ere.
I wtill "O.pe'ii the Bal'l"iy placig a finie stock of Gu ittar's, lai~iXos. 'IC.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH you HATS) ONLY $3L79
Fid - -="xx. s's vs i'G' T CFW .,
2 " t"Le h toe ('ySee tte ('oikscrew Pata(loonsX.
P r-- A LBANY LAW SCHOOL. W'i(IOW Ili jib. One-hlf Prig.
Fresh C(X2?l 8Lt, oneW) Cal Threeiu'ell termsi,~

Clear
AT

ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. G~O '1'
Dru 'c.ll corps of ltutr niLouos

-For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.

Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.1 hr laX lieI ADl NG StRIN6ANID St.. MM I: GOODS101) it iii''I ri aeri)Iii

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UALK INS rIXIA~IMACY. AdiIress te IXXano or Secrretary,
ALBANY, N. Y.

No. 2 Eat W\Xaslhingtoin St., near Mofi.

R. ~ ~w~i~ u CIGARS BY THE BOX.
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or me, tyintisica erlsip il 10. he f radth e e waitih~o his class
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IPILLIARiD LA?.LOZ
C legaiitlyX ref'ittedurinXiti'Xpastisummer.
Nice lunchX 'ounteic onn ~ ecioni.
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
STT'SRET 5NTHE ARGUS,'-^
AT ILOW Pt'iCF.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oi'AN 'ARiiOR.
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(v 5 . 55' O . t s. PXX . 'e"ii'i . r
'f~fS. W. fa'fKS( ashir. ,
SpHOOL FOR D CIL17
N o«- opentifotrrecpitoo(f .Puiils.
' agicr (&('o., ANI cXw Lt aill
Ii'. i'S' uu feritig if)OiuitJpatterin .
$2,S.00) to $,"5.010for ,-2.100Il a
suit, Ille op fii'st class. Alsi.)
r1,501 pailttrs of'rotiscritigs. the
to rgutlar prticeO.of which is frm11
7i.00 fo $91.00, f ffo$.00 t uapair.
rThey are also offeritng sonic de-
cided bargains itt Heavy Under-
wear. An ittspection of goods
and p~rices is invited.

71 Fort St., West, - Detrott, Mich.
LEAVE YOURORDERS
-AT--
P. 0. NEWS 3TA ]3
Newns pers Magatines, PeridtseelFioe
conetitense Cgarsand Tobaceo.

his oltia.
The*('astalian will be out Feb. 23.
1)r. Athite, of Cincitntati, sisited
Prof. 'trucblood's classes in elocit-
lion yesterday.
IDr.. Parshall,_ '88 dent, who tas
been practicing itt London, Eng.,
for the last three years, is visiting
with Calvin Elswood, '94 medic, for
a few days.

from Friday, F~eb. 19, to I'edileoday,
1,eb. 17, at au:;o a. ti.
The correct pronuticiatioti of I\r.
Jgnace Paderewski's natme is (itn
Polish) Pud-rev-skee. The true
etame of Alnt. Modjeska, htis country-
woman, is Modrzejewska, butt as
Polish orthtography is almost as
clumsy as Ite English, shte adopted
her present name.

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