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February 13, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-02-13

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
New *\arerciiuis, ('ordeir ocitAcii and Libeitv Streets.
I cill 'Open the llt" by plieing a ine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc. O L
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. HATS OL IZ
Finid SiiLSza s~~' STORE,
25 South Fouth Arenue..City. See the (lorkscrew Panits] oni,
Pue-- ALBANY LAW SCHOOL. ildow I)isp1~iy. One-Il alt Price.
Fr esh jCOURSE, one .year. Three tfitt ternms I-T T O =7s$
required. Termistbegiti, Septei ber,
Jaur i ac.Ce nENTRANCE AT ANY TERM. G~ O - - --
anditheltr thinjgs etjeatly Igigood, Degree of LL. B. Concurred. -=For HIGH CLASS TAILORING,
AT lFall Term of 1892 Beglis Sept. 13. ltc ate ittLADtNt Sli:It AN CII O D S -utin rug>, is r
- - ~Sik Vsc-trgs antic city. P l ci nti(saSeily. IPiec s call and ai l,

I

U..ALKINS r'HARMACY. Address tiheDeun or Secretary,
I EALBANY, N. V.

No. 2 Erast Washington St., near Maiin.

CIASBY THE BOX.I BILL IARP PALLOLS
E at I ltt ttlttug t oie s.itt 0 i, ox itlt -i1it l - - 1ee.( e(tt tteec Ct j ttttttt
. " J 7:'Ien-hlt, }() "- Nicettttchl ut eri oncin
S& S. Botituut.~ . O '-. ti BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
- - -Gre n rea,">0- . 13.12
A I) I.. "Blmier." '.0' - - Fi.1 3 ySlA'TE S~tIEET, AA liI lt.t
, .t l t-etTHE ARGUS~
Lctieav e e ers tiorlt -shiptper,. S) "- $1.25
ATIHLETIC + ;GOODS. 44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.fN JO 2IlIL@
1 1, " 3 Alkn ft Vork IetIN . HE CA PU .1 FIR ST N ATION A L BA ND
ci e t e tntei tituitt It. a t ktide vis itdthetrt c alttv-ise
r tttttttieIrie.tersi ouitOfItcltlc uiutclii ANN ARBOR~l.
'-- } (" m._.1J1B. iiDl-IMFINTile l'etit.rMedi1altsden.slet.
il3J Soil a 4 4 Iit icr-it v . I i, e t eit lesl iri ti the ItIly- icar tiTrtaniic itiie s s c . igenealta nk ng, it in S , v. r
tT C N G E . ll ',.I l1C 5 [) Iledl'. 0111,1 c ctifterillittletersoflceditprocre(
c//htitittedics vcsrteritaft ro nb [uz
B1'() for I DRUGDsrling 8) IhogNicirSIDir. ITiaE.igig.cetscuv anditsshwingtwasi a vci yjiii cii it
A. Va I teeage, '[) li, cutisll it irinow ea t c
Chemical ';zPhy sical Apparatus ltll lg tsaiorae iiitet iiti sfactoirycite. TeIlCteatry tl-
p olig l iprtn pstinwihlegeisea thandcscimeiandl iucilcmoiu utS F6Ll OLR D 61N
te\ C. P. and >~ M arshtalliMelcd &Co., Citiagit. ttiacisudottetylctttig
catMPtcia! s tpl )Iacerewki's name liat beeni giventbsns olgeiiMetge
EBE .'tBA~C II<S:,SON. cct i ttItocea-o aercaki tr Mr.iinigstcon, cit12.I. I I Nweii o eeiiilitltis.
iatter-ski, 1aitotre-ski, Pa-triteki, Fyfe & Co., Dietroit, uill be at tle ! -
SIAEEaDAN I ii-trot-ski intl Phat-dltloci-peas- CookItoutse, AnntiArbor, Moncday,
S li TA togilnuNoisiTuesday stud Wednesday, Feb. tj5,
H FR u F~ 1 V ES. uRe. Str. C larles 11-lhrer, cit 16and 17, ectit a tuillline oifhtatenti
0 -oritusie frllĀ«Riuut ciiliecl t leleathecr, gyntutasiuut, base ball, stud
E (~t uitritt church to-nmorrowvmoen- otlier shorting shoe. All the latest! Wagnier & (Co. , Metrchanut T ail
s 11 eyle S So ingand eenin, in xchage w ttetropiolitant stylcs antIoelis
in" orH0Jo. M .Suderland. eoraie evtt useics is, atil eihg;-)S sttit palletrn,
cpu. at-us- cc.Mu SetdcrliielAllecho wvear the yellowc'astd blute
C AI iunuoti, 'it ~2 tasiteutarc cordially licvitedh to ituspect ttese h ei 1r~e t rieii rt
0 1 "+, [ TELJ~ ~ J secticiusly ill its Chicagofri te tlast accieds.
wreltkcI, wiATII. cct~ thi dlilitheria. tHe is rero' T e-0 - ---+{t*+--r-- ' .lii i
SI.''I1:?v' ' iEAC LATF~S: ' 1 i TheMuck Conrventions. I
ittia.' if yuare ittoktig tfoay of in cuflt" iatd wcill retuurnutoli collece in stilt, tliaded'uiltfiest ciiss. eAist
f Imnd suae airintitithe uOccideutal HotelTh Wes rSoit ha dcdd
tte o tuerietnuttes. Youttiifuiei elsee litte to lie"-ini the new e mctester's SleW btr oity uc d ieu
titem. hireeock tinnser, Sundays. Spil w r i ieIw 5tbi etraim ns 15 patterns ittTruseringe, the
S lie netiemueetiing of the Chiemical consistiisg of itock national coinceti- regiilair1price of Ivliieli ie trot
Society of Ann Arbor cwill be held lions, oine representing the reptibli- $.0t .0 o 61 ar
thits evening at 7:39 P. in. in Room can conventiont, to be held Wtednes-
'e'" C., Chemical Laboratory. W. F. day eveining of next week, the other' They are also offering some de-
Edwards will read a paper on relpresenting the denmocratic conven- ciede bargains in Heavy Linder-
Berberiu. tion, will be held the next week.
71 Fort St., West, - Detroit. Mich. The Michigan Clu~b bold its ala- The committees are hard at work wear. An inspection of goods
LEAVE OUR ORERS -twal banquet in Detroit on February making arrangemsents, thne plain be-
-L-EAVRilEd stsfoYOUilRb.og-t av-ec Sat e-reete.and prices is invited.
---AT- ,o wil he onhvetions will e eld iesn te... . ". ,~.a" ae
The conenios -lullldinth
. .NET ,,ST R ro adc trip; fox 150, 75 cents, law lecture- room, and are. creating
-roa--A special trains leaves im laediatety considerable interest among the
e'saiareu siagasisears btacPeriodicals. 1 aft r MrC evelanad-s address. students.
Coe.c grsad n s

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