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March 03, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-03-03

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
SPRING HATES + + + THE
-AT THE TWO SAMS. GREAT
ONE-FOURTH

Is still ratgin~ at the J. T. Jacobs Coin-
pangy.
Ott Children's Suits. E VEIIYTI IING
goes until March 1 . ('nie and avail
Yourself of this qn/clt'n oppol'tlll i//y.

OPENING DAY MARCH 1st.

OFF

Mr. YOUMAN'S, Mr. KNOX and the Celebrated SALE
SILVERMAN HAT.

-T TIl TT =O Jv==
TELEPHONE 99

-1 The J. T. Jacobs Company,
ANN ARBiORt. 27 and01)2 MAIN STIEET.

AWl Ar Stu1 ILabullily, I CO( A L. GEORGE L. MOORE, (MoScesorer) + +
WORKOCALLEDFOR and DELIVERED FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL.,~ liict((lee'etinh nldn a s chllct~l.~tc
(Arll nN Cheapest place for Note Botots and 'Fountain 110ns in -the caty. ieshmcencnssd in. 'occc aicec
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. oldfiends. F now lhave my entireestockat my=ctor oil PNO. 6 9...MAINST1.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave.I No. 11 WEST WAnailNoGTos STREET. CO.I- 2Moog _
. NRNfA IJlN I VELIS ITY 331TLS DIEECTORY.
TOWVN "jIlOOKSTORZE1 s w
O~aPSII~ ijiHas just received ai fall lute of all Secontl Semester Text-Books. 20IL
(lVEtY AtE ANt])iBAGG1AGEP i INi
COITIPI' Headquarters for (Gltrian aind French publications. So~le OrGders frtie ens, partet'.s,'twedllin(p. (Etc.,
110 VSF igil fr ltiiaslile1ainrv l eaSTATE (promeplyattended to.
doen f0' llllnoS IIn8 t~t~n(l< nd 811Iel Ilnoer i , SIREET. (eS-ph (t((l S. 21 N. StileSt., cpp. lt O
MIN Celebrated l' at1 lolItic al Inlstl'um~ent~s. Sportinlg Go(((1. A. S itt' TME- EXCISIfOR - I,AI'N)RV
STREET. +Blank Books. Miae. a l h imp(('d i(nci(i- and ispr
tice. Comm~ercial wktned onnutsameday
Preie easnab(((lle nd wr i((elt( at ee . N((

rTHEpiWI~STERFN lMĀ°TIIHIGAN COL1AjEGE'~
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS,
>11.(.l0(o isI L;('(t(' ,X.11c)rscnt'It>1(l((Prepars st-d entsI f1 rimyet ue((llcceit'a( MILLINERY AND ART GOODSl
Fo tNR A, A N CIt 1111 l'((RI NI 1( DI1-1 ( t'l 7;'iI . (1wI e cai (((Ila ttetnett c 1Uf.L 1A
to preparationnIt (' tttot P (Il' ir (Sit. AY OLrindnllttd rlcchinge
(cc~ tmelirte'(Wel'landcmfortcble'. i~vthi('(ll((((
A.1';. VI-REMX, 1desideit. Bulngs.205SouthlStale Street.
TKI i s=T TII~ v~z Tzo -h 0. K. BARBER SHOP
THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES. 1ll3tl tt tl((t i((t'(((tt(ttt((. l EtĀ° ttttrtiit
til; ls WII.S~l.\\L. ~l~A~t.. r. TRJANOWl iSKI,

0. M.MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
RINSEY & SEAROLT.
Groceries, ProvisionsFilour and Feed,
ARNOLD'S, - 36 Main St"
(I'r tlt -i~t~r. u71 t~ '" ie gt,~1

SEND FOR OUR MANUAL.
THE CAMPUS.

:i0 h, Washin-toll St., Ami Arbor. 3lichir:111.
I
c haperoII the irls on the Detroit landing; a foot-hall in the haskets.
tlVrlirSini7 to ll}E'nihrr ill it tlclcot'; he hall 1S batted with the haled or

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nerloahndedivoealns N'-hve fialydeieentturhae asI too erwills rleailting
ac T'ey' etion of Cotaken. a stntemr. r ttle aforeatfo o- l to' ' I Norit'ascale
the nesvhnsetfortheof.oiverniy, the' ofthlery fc Sl th oert ha'lckhill
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