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October 23, 1891 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1891-10-23

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Formerly Almendinger Piano and Organ Company.
N ew Woarerooiozs - - - - - - - Corner of M71ain nd Libe~ty Streets.
I il 'Open the Ball" by placing a ine stock of Guitars, Banjos, etc.
-ti'r---The latest in tie market, manufactured by Rufs Waterhouse,
PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. New York, Cleveland Brown & Co., Boston, and Cut-
te' & Crossette, Chicago, at
Find BST== E 's Mvs~c _, _ _ 'NO Z
?5 Suthls oaraSAcne, City. zB Sign of the RED1 STARi.
=7_ iZZS~ sT GO TO
Owing to tine EnpiatinafatPetsaWe aestwling NickelPlited (CeteeDalt umps at
geaetlytReducedlPrices. $1 50tgill geee1ttisyear es $2 50 scald Last year. O " -
totwt Cins totCs tmers iany pat fthle City at10 cent per gallo.
OIL CANS of lt sesectd it Lo'west Pric. SheB'seBatckigtand 'toilet
ArtS Is's at (l-IleSieiete tenetsualce. - New Goos. tee's-Fall Gootds. new Winter Gonds, 1Fu11 Dress Stislngs,
- r .. im ny Sil i'etittgs. Oeceitiga.LotsdonieSitings. Trotserings it specialty.
IIIL .+ If1 t--,LY Largest atd most ctmpclete steelk in the city, at the lsowest trices. Please call
_____ staed examintte.
JTHE CAMPUS. The annual pay roll of the officers, Chemical Physical Apparatus
R' JLLY & O, heBite. --ca club will elect professors and enploys of lie Uni- / --
SEL ersy, amounts $5,957.89. x C. P. and r
____________ conferred upon Pierre Pyre Ferry. and nine hundredl volues were EBE<RB3AC & SON.
Mr. ewenib fomery wllsthedrawn from tie general library last
AND ALt,'4ttdcLsvstn rinsi ieyear.7-
94mdis i istngiiedlinhe Tere are 62,265 volunmes in tec Fill 019TO lO
tC1Gian't i alarlIE, city. general library, and t16,288Spamph-ATLWwtes
Prof. H-arringon has presendle s n h law library tiere are
Ioe Cream. Soda Water, and tie Utiversiy with a sun photo- it.. I lc FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o,390 volumes, and 4,530 vlunmes 0O' ANN ARBO.
FL S 1UN TE LC ee.in the nmedia. Cpitl, $10,000. Srlsansd Pofis, $30t000.
11 ESII UTOIIES, E11 Ter.'94Is Iold teir classelec- Ihe AMathenatical club meets Sat- e'rnsacs a eneral Snking bsineser-
t SaturdayOt24atoa.n.sgexgeol, letters of credit procured
We keethte verykbest tne of hts Ot. 4,tnoa s.> rdyeenn"n"ontt. to.trtesabrotad.
sY Y in Room A ra eeiginro 7.Po.C. . ICHMOND. prs. P.BACH, . re.
t1 NYJ l uring the last year 277 periodi- Markey will read a paper on Differ- s 5ev. cttti, Cashier.
Inthle City. call were reularly received at te esces and Differentials.
LeaveOerLoa various libraries. A Now Fraternity Weektv.
ATHLETIC + GOODS. etJ.JB irelw'9,i nu--
____ _______ herof .leeBgn law firmof 'Bergen a&TrB'er- The "Yellow and Blue," tie newe~ H U 1t ~ P1(
YO 7AN GET gen, Topeka, Kan. college weekly, the first number of JLIIJJU
----The democratic club of lte Uni- which comes out on Saturday, is No'oeifrrceto ,f1uis
IV/cc u gets a'iul esasil Picsill be versiy meets in the lawy quz room controlled and managed by lie fra-
riigi, it to-night, at 8 o'clock. terniies of lthe University. The T A
BO NSD U STR, A' . McCabe, law '9, has a pos- Chronicle-Argonaut has been con- Y RT 1Y V.. rI
--O----- DRUG- STORE itiotn wills Rossingon, Smihs & elled to suspend publication, owing St
m LDalsTopeka, Kat. to lie inactivity of the oard. The
0001DPT *eT T I 'Tie Literary Adelphi will present independent members of the oard
mT3N Sk AnQUARTER. a very interesting progranmme, Sat- were given no notice that the frater- f
'ttcsa if y'utaets in ticks ccay eotrsrursy evening, inroom 2,... nily members lad wihdrawn :and1ci + lor n
fried,taer aacarinroOcdntlHttu }'ee g o e stern tin tes. yoss wil snc-t-'e-V'am lela
heen. Fie onelock dinner, SsndySpecinWl . aele a 'gi oe of the naturally enougic they objected to
rates. U3. of Al. "record breakers" in ah-ls-eaving all the work thrust upon *~ .urn!jAer~
itmAVF .1iI.EAs eis is practcing lawe at Caro,Iten. "
EN IA ____ Mich. __
'7le AphaNo ndAdephilitr- Nori-There eill be a meeiig--_ _
xi, szac8, S.AhlpaNOndAepi ie-of thee Democratic Club of thee U. of
1( YU RE cysceie aercie es 21 S. MAIN STREET.
soictrEen aysceishr eevdodr M. Friday evening, Oct. 23, at eight
A.alYlI& O from the regents to vacate tleir oclock, in the lassquiuz room. All_____
A..ELUO present quarters. denocratic students in the U. of M.
appcote. heThspan drmaiccuTheear ms cordially invited. A Lamge Stcko
_____________________ hold__ thspirantdrnstecbclesubvile Jo . A. HANSON, Pes.Stc
J. 13. MIDDLECOFF, hl rasfrparso hbreqe NO'rICE.-The election of officers SEASONALE WOOLENS.
- Type-Writing. Friday, Oct. 23d, 5~ p. i., Alpha o h nvriyPoiiinCu
htetattlcod AMimenapin. Tee, Co- Delta Phi house. wilfbhedivrit oin ebirrynHalFiulb heNvlisi
reposi etee, Leturec, atec ProofsoforwilbhednNweryHlF-
Ssut I ntiaticsrof nltttdn.uinvAs. The patients at the clinics yester- day, October 23, at 7:30 p. m. All Al -h ovlisi
IL I P ARLIOR8 day were so numerous that many prohibition students should attend MgEN's FINE' FsRmcNISsINms.
BILLIAADwere obliged to be laid over for this meeting, whether members of
Eleganty refited dring lhe past namnr the club or not.
Nice leash counter in connectdn. -f uture clinics. Among the import. J. R. ALLEN Pres. -
BUTTS & HAZLEWOOD, ant operations was a hair lip and t______
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR cleft palate. Game called at 3:30 o'clock. Wit lave fle Best Steam Laundry.

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