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May 17, 1892 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1892-05-17

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THE LT. OF M. DAILY.

WE ARE THE'cm PEOPLE. ANN ARBOR ORGAN COMPANY.
New Warerouts.(corsier of Mein and Liberty Streets.

I will "Open the Ball" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
PR ICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
Find S- -IzaET'aMvmc STO ,
25 South Fourth Avenue, City.

YOUR GIRL
Would appreciate a box of thtose
Fine ChocolateS
AT'

Albanyv Law 8clhool
ESTAtBLISHERD185t.
COURSE, otte year. Three ftsll terms
requnited. Testes begist, Septemiber,
Jasnuary attd March.
ENTRANCE AT ANY TERM.
Degree of LL. B. Conferred.

Special Suit Sale at NOBLE'S
PRICGES, $1188, and $1369.
Worth X12.00) to $16.00 atid $15.01 to $20.00.
GO TO)-
~a.- =Far HIGH CLASS TAILORING.

Ca Ikin'sJPharmacy Fall Term of 1892 Begins Sept. 13. He taos th'e LEADING SIRIING AND SUMMER GOODS in Sutiaigs, Te'otasetiogs asd
Silk castings intic city, lull IDress Suitings a Specialty. Please cull satd examitac.
Addeeto the Dean or fScretary,

TttY IT. AJ BANY, N. Y.
9 CIGARS BY THE BOX
B, Lir dULLYI C 0. Pittsbttrght Stogies, 510in liox,
5ELL "Prodigy'"Itavatia long liller, 101
"S. & S. ottqttet, St5(
______________"Greets Seal, 5(
AND ALL "IDannser," 51
C 04. A a' pp1 , "Tooyes" 5(
0ts fl&tpta, "DllyBoy,' SI
LaeOdrfoal"Sipr"5ATHLETIC + :GOODS. 44 Main Street, South.

No. 2

tEast Washington St., near Main.

TITS WRIINGW.
Alt kindts of Woirk neatly
etoneat reasonable prices.
5. -3 th Gt5niversity Ave.
YOU CAN GET
IV/tdyet vottt, (utheI/iPrice 'kiilhe
ria//t, att
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Chemical Physical Apparatus
SC" P. and N
R-ars C Glemicult, Microscopical Supplies,
EBERtBACII & SON.
EHAVE EARNEDAN
O~GIDK~ELLa :IABomi"
STUDENTSSHEARQUARTERS.
trienet, toke choir.n She cttre Sn
office tor ten minutes. You willt tteety' nec
them. Five oclock dinner, Sunduas. Swpcial
rates.
1 1)505AL TO
203 Woodward Ay%
WITHt "KUH1N."
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS
PQ 0.NEW13 STA
ewspapies, awItegasie, Periodis, Fine
$trf i t Cigaes end Tob ieen

CAMPUS.
Ther Slay nutmsber of theIntlantder
is ott sale tolsay
'Tickets to tihe Reputbicant batnquet
are ntow at a preomitm.
P'rof. Reightard atnrIt'ir. Lloydi
bolted classes yesterdiay.
.Mrs. MclKinley acconmpataies her
htusband on isis Ants Arbor trip.
Tite Erskitnc Debatintg Clubh dis-
cussed the Indians questions yester-
tday.
"Macbath"' is beinig discuissed
tis seektointe Shtakespeare Seai-
niary.
'Tueumemuorial plaics for the S. C.
A. rooms are here asnd will be uip
this week.
Dr. Howveli, of Flinst, is visiting
Isis daughater, Miss Pearl, of the lit-
erary departmenit.
I. I:. Brown, slate secretary otf
the Y. M. C. A., it visiting lets
brother, Prof. E. E..lBrowns.
M~isses D~ow sort Yale, of Battle
Creek Sanitariunm, are visiting Mnr.
Doaw of thoe medical dcpartment.
Rev. Heilman, of Maryland, will
conduct services for the Bnplios
Lutheran congregatino next Sundoy.
Judge, Thurston and wife, of Ne-
htKaslea, arrived this morning and ore
being erkextaineed byax enKnowl-
ton.
i ?h.e Xi aPJ 'i fratexnity ls
l e thke.Seymo r Wcopgrtyi 0
S'aacr ~sd vwill occupy it the coating
ye r-

:. . - - 1111 BILLIARD PARLORS
0 its Box, -- $3-1.60 Elegantly refitted durnge the post summer,
Ni~. ace luountrintconnection.
c -c , c _ - vS3il2 STATE STREET, ANN ARiBORI.
p < - - - 1s.s-s --THE ARGUS.s-
DEAN & COMPANY. 1- 4~J0]13 IJ4N I N,
________________________AT LIOW PRICES.
Thse May issue oif theInar -t FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Isader contains "h itr fOF ANN ARBHOR.
Basebali at tse 7. Of S1,'' by Ceo. Cotitat, $stas0s. Saurplus ond Profits, $3t,0Wt.
Transacts a genuealtaantkingtautsinesso.fr-
Co dd. gnciansgesoutd, letters oftcediatpraocutredt
Dr. betzhas nvitd th -jutoe ortraveters aboad.u
Dr.Obta asitvitctIle itaorC. H. RICHMOND Pe. P P.tBACH, S".Pre.
class oi titelhonmeopaathic departmnsut 5. 55. CLARiKSONcashier.
1o visit isis clisnic tomnorrowv at tise
Grace hospital, iDetroit.
T eoseting of the litological R-3N F
Society hsas bects posiponedl until ~CTJ
Tuesday, Stay 24ths, ottaccout tof SC OOUIR1UUIN
the Repubhlican banqiuet. L~ R D~ i~
Prof. Davis and a party of engi- Non- opesn for receptiono of Putpils.
necers leave Detroit today by boat
for Mtackinac. Several others will
loin tlhem later in tihe neck by rail.-____
On account of tihe state conaven- FULL LINE
ttoss to be held to Detroit today and - _____
tomorrow, titere are to be no lec-
tures in the lhomeopathic departmcs; p
on thsese days.STrn
The Inlander exchansges hsave been
placed on file in the Library, where Suitings,F
any student isnteresied nay see thenm.
They are mostly literary msagazinesPa ao n,
of eastern colleges.Pa tl ns
On account of the banquet the
regular rehearsal of the Choral lAn'd
Union is postponed until tomsorrow
evening promptly at,7, o'clock. A'
' full attendance is requested.
At the meeting of tht Haomceo-
pathlic department last evening Mr. V sig
0. L.-Ramsodell and Miss E~velyn S. -
letit were. rncotnmes~ded: to the S.. Fauolt LNOLArit5 AND SCJOTLAND.
aG.. A. as department viee-presidentsI
for th co, ning yea~r. T n l- aw, ___
partmenttre~ome nle essrs J. r a> Ts ~ FFORDss
H. Van Tassel and S. J. Phillips.J No. 19 South Main Street.

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