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May 05, 1892 - Image 4

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THE UT. OF M. DAILY.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAIN COMPANY.
New AVWarroons, (ortner of Alanid Liberty Struets.

I will "Open the ilall" by placing a line stack of Guitars, Bailnjos, etc.
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find erxz 's a-usic ssomE,
2.5 Seuth Foureth Atenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
Weotrld 11)1)1eciteiabox cifItiose
Fine ChocolateS
ATI
Ca~kin'p Pharmacy
TRY ITI..

Albanyv Law School
ESTABISH~lED 18155.
JOtTISE, sose year. 'Three frill. terss
reqsuiredl. Termts begitn, Septetiber,
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.
Fall Term sf 1892 Begins Sept. 13.
Address tihs Dein or Secretary,
ALBANY, N. V.

a nother I nvoice~
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--------Far HIGH CLASS TAILORINGt
Iei hs te SEC"DINO SILN\G.AND) SUSII R GOODtS in Sailing, ''rnTracs t
SiltkaVestiginthe c iy. SFll Dres Saiting{.t Specialty.. Pleatse call ani examine
No. 2 Enst Washingtona St., tanerMan.

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'SEtL.5. It i }"il av1 5it S ong lillert 101(
(Greeti seat, 5
N1_ 1, I millerh-s ;-Ai
Ltt-at eleers tar all "Skcipper,
ATHLETIC +,'GOODS. 44 Main Street, South.

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- $1.75
DEAN & COMPANY.

BILi~DFAX-LOH

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IYPE'J'Js' TYf IN,.
All kindtlsrloftWork testit
daoneatreceastnable trts
lilt39iSttthli Uttet-it' Atve.
YOU CAN GET
tiijl, tl i
BROWN'S I)RUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
c Z C. P. and
Sare C emncala, Mictoscopical Supplies,
EBERtBACII & SON.
STUDENTS HEEtIABLTE
titeto ~ ~ ~ OI Fra tidssSudaysR S octal
LEAVEYOUR_ RDE
E. 0..EI STAe &nD
offce forten.mianates.You willsurese
them Fe olockCigarSndTacc. Se

CAMPUS.
'ile annuati Sit . ettclt sitn
J C t aN-is itsenterltaining Itis
ftritn Stl ttt 'rtli tr Peters, oitLI
Poite Idianat.
NV. H. iTompsont, last-'90, tf
Irad tt5S ISis e gtuest iof IMiltont
Jo lssson, ilttr'93-
Ninecly-ftatr will metet ninety-thtree
in thte chatmtpitnship series niext
Wedntestiay cafterntoon.
Thir genatlemaensof thc Cihorai
tUnion trill meet ftor practice ts-
mtorrowsevcening, at a tqnarter of
sesetn ttclttk.
Mr. Thonmas Gregg, '9- 'tomeop,
wiso has heerasnifering setvereiy from
rhtetumatismn a s ibeetn takentso th~e
HomtSSeopath'ic Htospitli.
IMaisager ictO srren, esf '94's teatat
is arranginag a gamte with tilisdale
for May 114thS.'The tram will prob-
ably play Olivet, June 4th5.
The tnext schefduled gameS of the
inter-class series is for next Mon-
day afternoon, between the laws
and nmedics. The ganme will lprob-
ably be forfeited to the laws, as the,
msedics have put no leant in the,
field.
Dr. Schuyler C. Graves, of Grand.
RPapids, medic '$z, contributes to.
the June number of the Physician.
and Surgeon,. an article on "flrhior
ide of Mercury in the Treatment of
Surgical Sepsis."

Soe moeans sithou1Ilit-tbetdciseci
for keepting tfeleastrowd iiffthiait-
Sittintl. ad iiiieh lttdri'sg thtet cas-
07iiiitcs. 1,n arstercity's gctsiie thte
fielsders terre silliceitt nake thecir
st- thtrttugh.thickc c raotdtbe-lire
fieldintg thte tall.
rTe Phlologiecdl Society Saeets
thtis evetning at 7,30, RoomiSE.tPrtaf.
dic Ptont reacts a papser etntitletd
"Jhe-stficait/znt JIrttttaie, fronthtlt
thseories of lBecq deIlottuiiires,"
and Prof. Waiter ipresents sonte
"Retnarks on Italian ?Metre.t'
Prof. Stattley will gitvc a Salk to-
morrow afternoon at5 o'clock in
B.OOns 24, on te program to be rent-
dered bsy the Boston Symphtotty Or-
chtestra. .Studenats itntentding to at-
tend the cottcert wili find it to' their
adv'antage to hear thsis lectture.
The Geological Society meets its
Roonm at, at 5 o'clock tomorrow.
J. C. Bird will present a paper on
'4Topograpity and D~rainage of Mlich-
igan." Important business will bse
before the society and all members
are urgently requested to be present.
Arecent addition to the museum
consists of a fine moose family com-
lng from Htudson's Bay region.
The male is a fine looking animal,
eight feet in height and well pro.
portioned in every way. The group
will he placed in the north room of
the third floor. Malor Soule has
expended a great amiount of trouble
in securing the group.

BUTTS (T& HAZLEWOODj,)
SIA1TI: STREIEET, AN Ahtltllk
-ALTHE ARCUS-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF' ANN ARBSORt.
Capsiitai,(100,00005. PSrpu s'SdlProfitsa, t
rignstexcrasnttip olsdttlettert or uredit tro(-tir
tttralestrs abroastd.
C. H. RlttIMONDS, tor's. P.StAtCI, V. Sit
S.a. 5 . 5RtSits, Cshe.tst
SOLNowe opets far receptions of Puspils.
That Jefiersstiats Sotiety uset-
ti evening witht the folloswing pro-
granm: Piasno solo, MSr. Kllher; dec-
lamation, E. E. Chtandler; speecht,
jthan Knsauff. D~ebate: "Resolved,
That wool and woolen manufactusres
shiould be admitted itth ie Uttiteid
Slates free of duty.''"Affirmative-..
F. WNeutwith, A. Mtartins; negative
-G. C. Johnson, C. I. Statnifer.
Thte progran' for the open air cots-
cert tonight is as follows: M~archi,
"Avalanche," by 0. E. Suttots;
Audt and galop, "Calm and Cy'-
clone," Pettee; solo for tuba, (h1I.
Otto) "Gra~nd Delusion," C. IV.
Osgood; serenade, ttEventide,"
Ripley; "P'hilomela Waltzes," Pet-
tee; song and dance, "Just tihe
Style," Chas. Blake: serenlade,
I"Soldier',s drean," Ripley.
Sixty-flve . en presanted :them-
selves as candidates for the I-arvard
Crimson on Monday morning.

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