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March 01, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-03-01

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Is still saging at the J. T. Jacobs Coi-
OPNN A AC s.ONF U T On Children's Sits. EVERYT11ING
-- - OFFgoes until Marh 1. (ome and avail
Mr. YOUMAN'S, Mr. KNOX and the Celebrated}SALE onesslf of tli/slclill ppo~fei; ff.
AZT TTZ W27Q The J. T. Jacobs Company,
WAl ror Stoeaii Lang1~y, CO0AL. GEORGE L. MOORE, (Mre )+ceso+t
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.! FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Fll Line of all College Text ooks, including bate soal Mdil JtBos.hstI tre lcc.'
(AL. ON Cheapest place foe ote Books si Fonai Penso in the city. Feehmencrowd i. Iowalog
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS _ol ,'riend. Ibow have my etire socokatmy stoeeon NO. 6S..M AINST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. NO. 1t WESTr WASHIlNGO'rN 8-R~nE. S~.a-.01 E-
TO WN, J, -WiiSeonASeestrRextBoks. BOO0KSTORE .._
OPPOSITE 112silOjust reeivedl a full line of alScn eetretBos 20 GILL SVGW'S
COR ( eaqatrs 1'PlbillitO CleLVERYII BCK AN) IBA (A'FLINE
(J 1T la q ares fo1 eran dFe nchllpublications'ellle fOder l Itrains, psselil , so( illinp. etc.,
HOU[SE, 3 ;.~. Ia,,,~STATE? oolly oslAleded to
tMAINnt fhr hitng FneStonery andlKl ufstl elsii i'i elphoe bb. l S. Man S.opp. oss Olice.
VAIN Celbrate N~he lClllticalllInsltrumen1Q1t, SportingGodII1N-I.XIIfiR A' nR
STREET1. pBlan~k Books. Alaalgr tscl'o n r.e tchnt~n ~r
parleto trnot firstlassork on isotnoi-
I IPws eso snable and1eiiiork soomler oi.E
G- t. ItisIl NT TEAIU §Pffi~ts;,.IrZDt+S. Tdenstraclls. e'-r snA a^,nI
h<5<oTelS) 11 unnll'yAi. 15lN~i Ioscsssdol eosyoilri0 FINE EYPHOTOGRAPHS, Cloth Caskets, Metallic
cof ().0i t:,ll.1i.7Psloe. fr 11he'dioee. 1a1d11ai1s11at15ilt br oiiides cullu 0011r ILI E Y AN RT G ODanAId i MI -CiFIO
itii'5m1110111511ta itl 05050.3 -a) Hon 1o-o 'IRINSEY & SEABOLT,
o iill 11 N) 55iAI'151 f1S5 Oh1 I'si lll'1t s -1 peoi.:l oiojii.n 111 ________________________
f fit, iol11 I .NI INE' A5151)I'tl1 i511 rrtartiiiii ito'ii ln01 ifrd ii Iiict 5.clcSH T HTAND flTAKE A Groceries Prvisions our andFed
1,rits it-Ii)5111 It 1l.I.lN 51'11 115IIA 011t.1 1111AR 1 t55 i t 5. lIeden{,sool o11 15 lsinss. O U fl"ffl.L )V 'f-. Fe,-6.-.N's., , FeeduiSt
I l l s Ilsr nikwith u s ith oit lyotriiii l I i i i nttto ilfieom l ,an at he i w L PA Y)I.S rt nd roN w-
A. VEREvX, IresideotY. n5losiunn( ilouth OiState1srt. -l( 7iB ( T q ) [>
THE CAMPUS. The Mock Congress. IStenhtart, °':Tseeidi, 11as5beiniii IO lPIR *.+,SPOOIS
kept fiii classs frthe last wek AT-
J.- Itriiwiifurnierly Idelt. 9); 1 Lst cveigte house f R- b iki RODS 6Mi t
isiyulfrieniis here lst IFriday, be- resenitative5slit iniAlpiha Nuall siknss1A131MleSt
ig oni Ihis wySome111110froiii he \oian-iandselected lihe'foulIoing officers NT_^1neteSoit.~i 11 It~r~tB~lt
desbitt Il iverot 51hetl re I'0eentIl iiior tc rcesent semelsster: Stieaker, There silIle a mleetinsg it tie IIII De1110nt-i155 111 'u - l,-0i
iook his iegre.litr . Rariliiiiclerk, Mtr. IDrake; s iocatic Schity ill teiL aw 10ectr iososii liillo1uiio lssii
Ic D . it artini, yesterdaly moling sl i s 551ta lerksMessrs. Nichtols a1111romllWedesdafy eselg, t xV1I clii lit o os is i 10 cas fliio 00101
Iii e a part o isIlecture 11111r tol Spiitier srgeatatarmis_, It r. La110- fficsfbc o ir tie cuin11~llsemester willi -It. K1010.Iis I.II IllotlCh; uic
criillion th liirl osie of 011. i . I X 0-i ci10.0 1111 le eleteil and1 11111r busiess f i I.5155own S iiiiii evenig.
wiigon h 'ad o e ftie sn r.C icks wasunani-importanceetrassac telll ---
mistakes in llin11 g foundiliin srte r yeletedlo l u eeliershIlp. .\S. W ( 0 rs, 0K. B.ARBER, SHOP
ofi tile examinlatlin papers. motiioto 11incirea~se'tie Iiisiiler f Acing rideIt
Ur Ic. :. iPeck, of fGranditRapiids, membsliers toi 15 treailedt 11111elevesn NOTLCE--Snior Lik' Meetin . O~etftIi or tad.itec~b
a gradulate Of the IDetroit mlelical iito ilrellmcalieornellli inreinO Iliematietoin,atli
college, whou has ieesn visiting M\r. liy tie selectios ofii tie flilingli i ~R1111 1 li ca ii, i - OOA C S 5
bowhieih thieec1a11a1111,goswniatletic = 1, o t li iiioligeu t1.nA irior,tiidiiua n
Chlas. H ootler 94 mlei, fr sveral sell-ikiioin gi-soleulell ]"a)t, Is- 1a111 ltter interesting; ftopics sil1le
ass, left for this 11om110yesteriay. iiorse, Spencer, tLoigFeibel , D ecke, cosiered,. By irier of tie Prsi o hm :t ] ak i ll Illinthe g 11' llitosi-
ticr . t. .Reilteya1 Imemlblir of it atol, 1I'nh , Spaulintlg, Iele, Ielt. lgsyc i li 11 i l'titiss
the class1f '86 illtile meidical ide- 111101Siers, lafter 5whiichlit 10a00 viteii N u ier -l 1 1 cl i
lartmlent, is ill the city. tie is niw to pily she AlphaVN LIiteratryS )1i- 1 if the Atletic boiardin 1 Alpha Nu a
tile speciaist on11 nercous Iiseases, ty $,, fr tieise of Aylpsia Nilhill H all Tuesdoay eveing at 6.3. Pan
at thle tattle Creek Sanitarium .Dtr. for thils semester. the House ten mlcloigTeibtisose ill be, )115 10111)
Reilley thas withcutstdo0u1) the finest ajournedt to meet at Aphta Ni hlil recently took te sigss reatisng to L -
Icollection of specimsess of tile et Mond~ay eenisg at 7:00 P. m art gallery fromlstiel oer lall sill
humn sina cod n te cunty. -return tiem 1tilteir places.
illilanotllsa cool i tie cllnry. itlIower, the Irish caracterI.B.(alO.
plersantrcidIset onithe amerysn-litneator, swho xwiaisiear in Uni- ivllsv.iel(tv hiloophy ).Se-
islasaI acidnt n tle amPsversity hal on Th~iursday evening, ion i, MW\. F., 9:30-0:30, Rooni
Satrday morning. tie sipped need no ntrouctin Mihiga 2lon 5rec.e1ipt
ipon the ice and fel with such vio- nesnitouto to a icga2; Section 2, iMi. W. F., 10:30-151 rcept of princc.
enet that he was rendered 111co0- University audience. Phil has some 11 .3, Room 2-5. 1tOmf~M & SON,
scios, new ongs. , ,.'irD H LLOD' Detroit, Mici.

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