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October 22, 1891 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-22

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THE -U. O QF M. -DAILY

THE TWO SAME.
-AGENTS FOR-

i NSW GOODS,
Ew GOODS,
NEW GOODSO

-14 "YOUMANS" AND KNOX HATS. The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
The J. T. Jacobs Co.,
Novelties in Neckwear. Latest in Furnishings. The 4. T. Jacobs Co.,

Call and1 see us.

27 AND 29 MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
L~ 11A''Z. N. 3.-WVe still have a nice assortment of Light Weight Overcoats
to be closed out at Greatly Reduced Prices.

AnMil rOT 810DM LRDlllY1 )~N GEORGE L. MO RE,(Morlcbes)o+&,
WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED.( FOR HARD AND SOFT COAL. A Full Line of til College Text Ilos,.including Laov andsit.lcl Bout,,., by tihe sts.
CALL tNCheapest place for Voto ectookstndFontsins Pensain she city. Freshmecowod io. Comeaalong
SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. f \ES=.Z_ = j= Iold friends. I1 nowehove my etirestsek satsmysore on No. G6S. 1)MAIN ST.
Office. - 23 South Fourth Ave. 11No. 1It rWENT Ill-ttNsOTO NSTT. 1 CEO*. T.. ooiC00=
WA ' OOKSTO m'6E9 NDOW TOWN GI:,SNW
EeyStudenctt will save motaey by buing Utasverssity Text-Books soil all suppliecs ,t Headsquaterots. We allosw Orders for trainar itie.swedddinso etc.,
specfial cdiscotunt ottLAW OOKS, MEDJICAL BOOKS.P NI- I)E J BOOKS, inshoirtevery lBiok sedk n he5 lelothoss, 50 _____ _______~i>ostOffce
Tntiversity. ),C(111BPak okotks at lowssct prices. I MISS JUDITH GRAVES,
LEADING BOOK S0113 IN TIlE CITY.HghstGrdssaught.sAplyat.Wiley'
ITHE -I XCEII,SIOR - I.A'TI~ii
fRiQhmrond Straight Qait. Meeting of the Regents. I5( rctcBn t.ln e ica, s alslttte improvedst machintery, a s pret~;.
_____pared to tun ouirstclatsswrknsortt no
Nsalarof, $too. Thist uasters in Pices Caoable can(]vtcoi acoiossseto-y
CIGARETTES. lthe IBoard ofRegcents met y salrtuiertsserts-se etesoa1otsnccI t
ytr-I the late departmuent are: J, B. ~ro~_--s-ot t-._-tEtTtsca--ss
Cgarette Smohkeiswhday afternsoon. Ike time was chsief- H OM IARTIN,
- ace swilingto nay a hite t takn Is 5l it isdlecoff, I. ID. Jewell, 'T. X. I SDEALER IN
more than the pricelytknu yPeidn neIs( 0 ck~ M tli
charged fo thesordiary d nsHhe~uHsghes, A. C. Gormuley, E. R. Siit- CohCakt, taeMetallicllfn adesadth icuso o
trdIgre itadacs tctsos f slis B .~AN~T UIMMI)N COFFINS.
a Tais BRxANsuperior tso , ton, lzlS$ioo. E.S onnSon - ____
alsthers. p otntments and reaoing reports. ps J. A. POLHEMUS.
it The RihmosndStraight is cquiz master fortheote gauts
Cust Ns. S Cigarettes are made from thehbight- Below we give a Sum mary of thse work graduatesMi * ?.j- -
est, most delicately flavred anad highet coal A. J. MhcLaughlan was appointesi 'BUSJ ACKVANDBAGGAGLI,
GlLefrown in Virginia. This iathe Old dn.Te ponments ares lewis prfesoSoOAerianhitoyand anOignaBanoStaihtCuCgaetesprfesooAercayanNothMantret
and waahbrought othbyau nthe year 18t5. Murbach, instructor in morphology, lcue ncntttoa a nte RNE SAOT
Beware of imitation,and observe that the lcuGeorgesiutoallw nth I SYPhEAOT
firm nanmenashelow is an everyphge salary 9oo; eog RebecPh. B., a dprtet Bahers and dealers an
The ALLEN & GINTEE rachG rocSeries, rProvisions,lour andrFeed,
Of the AmericanaTobaccoCo., uto nEgls nplaeo J. The following degrees were con- 6 andsSE. Washington StL
Manufacturers. - - Richmond. Virginia. V. Denney, salary $900; Simon fered: Win.F. Hubbard, B. S.; AL
Yuz n seloyndassan dar .Wodoth .S; on J.HAL-
tk aze' I na loklle, aa. Yute, nOseloy.adasitat eard hWoBdwGrath, BarberT.tsa-. M
10 anatomy, salary $900; Ernest P.Kys'h . r~ .labr Rpiigapcat. I SOaMI
Capital~, $0(). SurplusasndProfits, $btltl B. S.; Win. Manis, t. S. Thse coni- pirinapecalt. _4_SOTHAINST
Dnes a general Banhing husiness. Pays in- os nGra, aay$0:B tract for the new law building was I T1P JViNPXrhT & SONS
terest on Saving Dieposits. Baa safety Md. Lichty, in general chsemistry, in let to Robert W~allace, of Detrott.U
0epnsit Boxes fnr Rent.,
N. KEMPF, Poes. F. H. BELSER, Cashier. place of C. K. McGee; Chas. Mc- The sum Of $400 was appropriated State Street Grocers.
Bank oan aSaturday evenang.Stdnsptogeslcilyoiie.
Clintosha and Herbert Buright, as- to grade thse athsletic grounds. In jtdlkpalttgeoteaysletd
Ann Arbor Savings Bank sistants in hygiene; Mary B. Stukey, regard to the "Gym.,' the commit- i 24__ S.__STATE___SREE __.
AnnArbhrrMich. CapitaiStsch,50,0W, tee on buildings was ordered to ad- -- - - -
surplus, l10l.00. assan eontaoro natomy
Organiaed unader the 0enecaI Banhing Lawo ssitn dmntatro vertise for bidls on the plans as nose
of this s5tt. Receices Deposits, hoys and salary $200; Martin 1.. ekras-sumte and have them state the' ST"i''
seilsnexchantge on the principal cities of the Iee, sbitd
United States. Drafts cashed saon proper sistant ints ooy Frank 1V. Nab- bid on each part of the bul i
identification. OGitatoog;rs:bidig
CHRSTNss sMACK, Pros., 1 r, assistant it electro-thieropsets-'Thepln now call fotr 6o ooo, witts AND
W.2D. HARANs. svice Poc.,.ln
CHAS. E.RsISCOCK, Cashier. tics; L~yman Rebler, Ph1. C.,1B. S., only $40,000 GD hand. Ibis mteans I
assstat i qulittiv anlyss, althat te ladiest annex will not be
Yo rbbyhv oeBoe Ll-1bit ti xetdta rud 0 7Rele of ary $250; Robert Artmstrong, as- will be broken this fall. ~ ~ ~ L U~

JEWELRY OR A WATCH OUT
OF REPAIR,
WM. ARNOLD, a6 MAIN STREET,
la the Place to go.
4ANDALJ;
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
MILLINERY AND ART GOODS!
30 East taros Street,
SHORHANDTAKE A
SHORTAND.COURSE.
ST WILL PAY YOU. Shorthand Sehool. New
Buildtng, 20Ili thStale Street.

sistant in pharma cy, salary $:r50; .-}---- -
Moses Gomberg, assistant in or- NOTICE---There will be a meeting-AT
gani chnaitry salry 400 Inof the Philosophical society in Room
the honaeopathic college swere ap 24, Tfhursday evening at 7:45. Pa-
pitd 0.LSuhra D .B, per by Mr. Lloyd on Rant's Phil- 'g( s I
poite O L SthrlndM. osophy and the American Ideal of, ~~P lllmaq,
resident physician in the hospital, Government. All are invited. i
salary, $350; E. A. Clark, M. D., NOTICE. --'94 Class Meeting. ________________
assistant in surgery, salary .$ioo; Election of officers and business,°
Mary Dennison, assistant in obstet- Room A, Saturday Oct. 24, i0 a. 1in.
rics andI gynecology, salary $100; G. J. W. LOEs, Pres. '94.
E. Wilder, assistant in ophthalm- NOTICE-All candidatea for '95
oloy ad oolgysalry$ ioo;G.foot-ball eleven are requested soL
oloy ad ooloy, alay $oo;G.appear daily .on the campus for
S. Peck, M. D., asistant in theory1 practice. Co . 71 Fort St., West. - Detrolt, Mich.

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