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April 09, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-04-09

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THE U. OF M. DAIL.
WE ARE' THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
Nes'w reotonls, Cornier of Alain and Liberty Streets.

I swil] "Open the Ball" by placitng a ine stock of Guitars, Blanjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find WMvs" 't~c SwORE,
25 south Fourth Avenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
Wouldi appseciaeca bOo lfiitho
Fine Choco~afeS

Albany Lawo 8chooI
ES TAtttISHEDt151.
(01 1151, oteeare Tthlstec futlterss
reqtired. TertteS begtin, Septemiber,
Jantiotro tild Mat-cit.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.

Three Pairs For Fifty Qentp
rQ7OT''I 25 C N=s'TT0 C I.
HOSIERY SALE AT NOBLE'S.
SIC timroi iilowt I)isplav.
GO1 TO-- - --'
f_ :For HIGHI CLASS TAILORING.

Ccdkin' Phay Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. Ife SPR\DI InIN'N M)Stle'i-M 1Z GOD1i

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ATri L,0 '-GOODS.

Addreissth' ee'n es Secsetary,
AL.tA's", 1 .
CIGARS BY THE BOX.
ei ~l iir(}1Soi es uill x
I)~il" I)~ii
f Hli] 1"m-
44 , ain Street, South.

No. 2 East Wa/singtoni St., sines' Mniii.

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BU> I ' ]i 1 TTS . &. 1' LEWO.OD I()
Cci a lis I- 'tiii iiii IFIRST NTIONAL )5 T x
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Il) \VN IS I)?L 1'i r I . 1The iJun iora d 1 1Ce2o ic me..(
(heisccl 2Phyaccal Appa'1ratusi rc i IcrIisciii
aliatln le. Pr .sssslipell wsill
%*-. Ar c. tlisci r oxssliiai seono Tusesidas
P*antS1 sleii5ecIsot

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G E IH WI I & SON. In-l sccndihlisemeiaii of ls
yearsichaml~iipeis onesniof iPrinceons
SLLEi SN;A (il iatRmcnt kiss 1105ly oiiicsn-lsion
I iiREPUTATION ofste Isoais.Isl1 ewas tsheelt hiss
ORIsivltIes J iiioseii ciRSia
EA. . oy & W i i eiSis~yesl i c ing at the t shter-
C A - . ous? ian chmin i ii "Social leitii'.''
liii iii siabjiect: ''lso Rolilino (i
0 5ID EIT1v4L -'+12'0TK1 Ciii ic 5BIbylioniaindlAcsyria. Its
-01 IiONl'HlADQUiATtEtRS. Isfueo e i ii iiiiii ' oe -ieiss h [ lg
Bos"i'yo iar oAii foiii d-t f o ur ii i on." i
ri d, t i s- lchir -e i ei letcietal Htl
ofli fr tll mnuts. ou i lls ci it-n'y see
d ie ire'l i nn~eSudaes~. Sp iasI O ne 1) 9 glit, andctSeisoers, '()~
smsosic, swere tse onily is esismonsg
thoensompelcltig forlpolsitionsoil
2 the DM sic, that wes-oorecoismetnded
' s to the Insdeedenttassociation, by
-sItse board ons Satitrday.
71 Fort St., West, - Detroit, Mich. Thse trials and tribolatiotns of the I
CĀ°psi-Mottor litic are probably over.
LEAVE YOUR ORDER~S Thte Nichols propeorty wvhichtless
-AT-becn the causse of all the trouble,
P. O. NEW S 3 AN has been sold to a syndicate of Newv
-FOn- York gentlemen, who will plat the
N'rwspuaers, Magazines, Perlodicals, tNue poet n to h akt
Confetions. Cigars and Tobares. p~et n tti ntenakt

'ociS Cli1ai % I - . I]Ii
iiil c11'iii 1 - Ii '. I i Ii
iso)ne 1 d te (I1iio Ie s iir'slii sil
niciio caiosi iiil-i siiiiiiiiei0 e s I th
ilasy in iii-iisi, lta cocci ii iofits
meeros weofliale itioc .ii c e-e
foretsij imy lisf i e-ise irieiaesi oii soe Ii-
cing; i p hatwasindlgeiindui
' roineisa coue 'odaiii pperc
inecessitates ca itcss.isenidou siimounti
edtor Teheoi matteri liiust e ibisandede
in at iio'oloikeiidliie iprisfNrsailat
stansuiingihis ac, sheI ail
{asnd ism111)00 ai ly iii 1lii led tihass a
daiiy nlewspapero.-tese asnd White.
Whiat is tiie siatter sitis thie 1-.- of
IN TER-CDOLLEG IATEB.

ir i 1,,, 'li ers i i i i' 1- ,ii
S ii 1.i 5wi
SHOOL IIt
I ou oer fillli-or O e e iin ofiPuilsI.
Wasgiieis Co5), Mechiiitl Iis
145S tt .oferng-') utptei
thei regulisiresioef wii'i is froll,
stl, madei11) iirhst class. Aiso
1.5 311atitertns osiTIrosemrings, fthe
reguilari' ptice'o f wsichiliis frots
$~7.0 1))to $9l.100,for $6.001 It ir5ti.

l'oot.'I'. J . Lawsreiice, at pesent
lectuirer ott Interisatiotial Law i They are also offer'ing sotie do'
Cambridge t'tiversity, iEnglatnd, tidedi bargainis itn Heave Untder-
will have chtarge of sonic departmetnt wear. An inspection of goods
in the Chicago U'niversity.
Prof. R. T1. FEly, the famous poll- and perices is invited.
tical econonmist of Johns Hopkins
University, will be president of thte,
Michigan Bay V'iesw Sunmmer Uni-
versity.

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