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March 24, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-03-24

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
New Avareeroolis,(orer-o (f Alain 011(1 Iibe-rtySthree-ts.

I cwiii 'Open the Ball" by placinig a fine stock of Guitars, Bttttjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
lvi (1 ittitt eate a b)0x of tftoof
Fine ChocolatfeS
-AT'
Calkin~s pharmacy
'TY IT.

lbany Lawy School
ES~TABLISHEt85.ittt
jCOURSE, otne yealr. 'Thirete fill terms
requfreti. Terms lbegfit, Septtetmtber,
.Jtttttary antiMaci.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
full Corp of t uotoro and Lcturers.
Degree of L.L. B. Contferred.
Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address the Dean or Secretary,
j ALBSANY, N. Y.

Three ?airS For Fifty Gent
WQ'CT -I 25 CEN2W EACHT.
HOSIERY SALE AT NOBLE'S.
Saeith Niintdoac Display.
GO 1)
..--For HIGH CLASS TAILORING.
Ilie hos the LE"ADIN:G SPRING AND) SUMMERIsI GOODS in Suitings, I rouaacongs ait.
Silk estiogs inth te city. Fell Dress Suitetgs a Specialty. Pease call anl examne.
No. 2 East Washington St., near Main.

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B, E, JOLLY i
SELL
AND ALL
L.eave Ordertfor l
ATHLETIC + GOODS.

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dottecat reaonable tricco.
J . B IDEOF
3t)itttitvoiersity Ac-e.
YOU CAN GETI
I171tal 9( aidand ttulte'rce 'w(ill 'ite
ri/l, at
BROWN'S D)RUG STORE.
Chemical I Physical Apparatus
~X Ce P. and
;arae (-;e-icalsM 'crascopical Sapp4ics,
EMERB4ICL & SON.
6 0 YttURtTKtA4t
EA. I Sye? er& So
it' you tarteclotintg ttr any etfeatur
ivatia. take aitahaittinthe Occidentali-inelrt
OffiCtel minuatces. Yout wiltlttrely gott'
tarm.t.aive oacloatainnier, Sundays. Spefaf
71 Fort St., West, - Detroit. ich.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
-AT-
P. 0 ~ ' TIT
Nettottatert, Magazines, Periodicals, Ftime!
CofectionsICigars fend Tohaccot.

CIGARS BY THE BOX. BLIR ALR
PittsbuergIt 'tlogies. :100itnlBox, - - i lii ILIiD FA LO S
"Prodigy" i s ottt h b f iet.10 i Box,1,1 ltegantly refittetidutinog the pot sttmete
"Bet-Iler,' 5 " _ _ 1 .=,Nice Iluch coutnter itn cottnection.
"S. &8".lBottqutet." 0 " - - -$3.50 BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD,
"Mlantner," V 1;;' i STATE STtREET, ANN ARBOR,
"Toodies," i
"Iinlly .1oyN,- :f1 C lat-i5-iTHE ARGUS,-
"Ski uler:*' 50- $12 FIZ J1 9W;1&
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY. JO II.JN
AT LO1W PRtICES.
THE CAMPUS. TheLit Iietary Adelphti will ntut FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.11 is(ertner, si al lit, tas lit mtttt this wecck. OF ANN ARBOR.
wtlie e li Dr I FatAl Blrisoll, pasitor Captitalt, e100,0e00. Suarplus ndeaPirofits, 530,00.
' e.Tratnsatsnagetneral ttackitngbusintess,ifor-
(ofr ltT i n itytu churttvaht Chicagot, tas eign exchanesotdtlettersofiieeedlia rocareed
ittetbisecu4.d tordrlivtrrtht teird
thl the tgritpe. ut siitelt ili v It ltrl r O.t CHMONDies.i P.a 5 tAt i a. ittg
aetue intthtite1leyaedo.ildOtt tVt CLARKSBS Casir
a evi too ao tn t tlcCttil taittitta ittit " h 1~
matem tisiysttdy.ae tt re te steritl a f t ett rnoon. tv [
'r fotr base-ball proe. teftr ewudete uzo uzwr iotsr lthe unor al thrll
les, cwiii tommenitceteacek. - Mr. Jasoat Nichlolsatnd Sitleri0- 1INowa oient fiat recciaeptif Puils.
M~r. I>. A. Finettyi, assistant at tetencodentt(lCccv.r of the Latnsintg ~M
lilivary, htts left twtn for a fewc days. schtooals, arc ini totwilaokitng fair a
1en-, the C. F. '94 lit, arlto acas teachter. The vaat}' tois al lay
ittnueida short litte agat is ret-vaer- NIiss Reedl, att oldalumnitat .
tag. lir. 11. A. in tsdatle, scoIto owttcitin
Secvertal stdettsllocii yotanyt r-lIitt, acill soirtly cotianetnce tt se-. Watgntr-&( Co. , ri--ltTalitil -
th le tc Cliibaonti trIripa ti Flinttries otatitcles ini the Schlaai Ioder- orsair- offleriig 0 suit pattrnst,
1ridiac-. aloe relatittgttIterectlG ertmatt
Ilte Elite- Tevrpsicholre hoti it s educttaionibill Itattd itsobralaal e cf- teregilatr prceof was-Itliis fi-oti
lata meetig lt- ttarroar eveniung atI feels. $. .1to $35 .00 (ior . 23. (10 a

oacloack shtarpa.
Abotineative per centO. aofthe
readevs intthie libtravr- last lotlar-,
ee stttdents.
Nece seals Itave beetn placed its
Alphta No hall toy the benefit of
Ptrof. Scott's classes.
Aliss Anna 1I. Bailey and SNlis
Helen :U.- Kitog, of East Liberty s.,
gave a sprveadl last evening to a fecw
friends.
I-arry Bridgmsan, '95 lit, lenvs
for hishlbme'at "Flitit, touday, for a
fewsi clays' visit. Ie is accomplant-
ied- by G..C=. Pretis, '92 lit.

Allmal mmbes o te Cora 1snit, imetde tip~ first calss. Also
teiotn are reciuested to lie present
itt Itecelac at 2 o'clock.- Saturdayv10 pttenstf Traalscriigs, the~
aftertnoonc, for practice ontthle regeular price of ahc-lirh is fromc
chtovtusesinthfelDamination of 1aut.
Another tiatter of imilortanlce will i( 0~. 0 rit~h (1t ar
be broughtltip. They are also offerig sonie do-
Mv. IDavis, librarian, is gathteritng cde eedr
b cddbargaitns i leavyUdr
statistics in regard to thtose making;I
tise oftfhle library. It is Isis pur- wear. Act inspectioan of goods
pose to fidlthe exact proportiont of and prices is inivitedI .
readers existimg tetween thelsevceral
departments, by requesting ear-l tol
put his departmntt ont ear-I book-
slip tatnded ic.

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