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November 15, 1890 - Image 3

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-15

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
.AT THE TW O SAftIV1Old U of M. should have inhoa h od
-- wU-------ty of Michigan JG uitar.
Pri~e lbet Sits Cuawa ~Violin amdi Guitar Strings, 0 cts.; Banjo and Mandolin Strings,
and FineDressSuts, LIL iet ALLMLITDIITGEL PIAITO & ORGAiN 00.
See Yoninan'sliat, Knox's Ilar,
Silverman's Tints and Caps,
AT THE TWO SAIN
L L 3L .LTZ.
vIS
BROWN'S DRUG STORE
('OEN ElitMAIN AND 1 ,IIUON S1,1LIEETS.
LARGEST STOCK TOITow'rGOODS AND FIaN(1,AilS, TOBACCOIS AND
CIGARETTrES IN THE (InY.
)3biyYour ? X Collar$ 3anjI CuffsNerckcies
a U Pew rin KIic$ Gloves
All Ardor 8loiI Llll r VOOR2HrSDETS &
BEST WORK IN THE CITY!l STATE ST. TAILORS,
'WOUXOALLEDFOR and DELIVERED. FIRST CLASS WORK.
"r5I''Ci~i, RLATES TOSTUETS
c -23 South Fourth Ave. IEk\LL (IN L_ EE i,
- OF
FERGUTSON & SLATING,
i
22 S1 t'TS 2W7 sc,~r rJMr=sT..
2kKT T . _.. ©R.
1.ty Studnilt woill save mney by buyiug lisitersity Text-Icli, k andall stapi - :a lheadquarters. We allow
special discount onl LAWl BOOKS, AlEDICAL BIOOKS, JICNT_ ,I, W1I lS, ill slor., every booek isedin i ther
I iiiversiiv. liilel) Blaink hooks at lowest pricts.
li.\IIN G Bt)11 STORIEIN TILE CTY.
ALL TilE ,WESI STLE A PECULIAR LAW STUDENT. Communication.
I_ I Trio Law Department Becones a hs .iMuil~ l
Kinderatnfr"ugs. Inistiat ly afterrthe lalowII
T~-f T-T 1 orarte forJ ucges. disnurirhuice lihi mayor issueil a prorhi-
Jj\J 1.IN G J. . aatio n ohi'tring a rrwarih of $100 forl
l..McKay, the farmer elected tlcherrhipinsioii of the persons who
judge of the twentt-ourth judicial destroyed hlr~herty. Since then, sins-
OF ALL KINDOSIAT district of Kansas by the per- ohrocre~ehstki iaeo
pie's party, islnt aii attorney anod will vastly more iuiportaiace,. an occurrence
ST. JACOBS & CO.'S, be sent to the law school at Anm Arbor hihicletlpo tiodiisttos
27 AXID 29 MlAIN TT . b h lineo hc i samm of city affairs. anid which, to say (lie
____________________ber, to prepare him for his duties on east, throws gcave dIouihts upon tlie
L. GRUN ER. the benchIlie claims to have studied
Dealer ini law in Pennsylvania thirty years ago, mayors discerllo. It also ideals a
.LAS=? Saac-m' but since that time he lisa devoted his. blosw at tho U-i isersity's prosperity,
NolieE. S Soulh Main SlilcLihti hchta
Piiu on____adPrmtl. atetineiitirely tofarminig. ehsuo hc htfthe city ilepends.
'Str~ight Qu4 ffbut sixty days in which to acquire a Yet we have had n proclaumatiomi.
N. legal education, as lie will take thie oath Does the mlayoir think that the inagni-
ofnfieJn.1 1Fu out tuliie of the affair is not worth atteii-
CIGARETTES.neys elected by the Farmers' Alliance tionioir is lie afraid of offeniding the
Ci mreite 5mo~erswo itoinh"Kansast h nee nevero bee
' tre oilling to ,cay a litlnKahasn eve ben admitted tuheemctu h iy'spop-
inore 5tinn thiie sQto tse bar.-t'hicagn hiy.Nw. oion ASTciNmr.
c hargeilit fr th i~o i vaxalyets ilii.
1R i{; ZVisperitr to Theii repustatiomi of the law do-
J al Ti s busIsSCEiArNEOIhS.
Litt all iiiiirn 5trin~lt )Iirtt is wide-spresad aiid the MSELNOS
Et imit, ,reiirs arei iii~e romiin , i i ,1a-sipoii
ess0.t'-1,at el iue tin vriuuand hiil (,t sprirabilities of its faculty nn- -LASS of 1J}, -SOplilOi~i~es
tlrE1 -ovii iSrginiahsis the ()but this is a ishingliclass canes ev hi
eita ;s Ei h urttc snti s u ti r.ijii, Oustiolniedbt hs sthe first ,- eae(hi
liewe Vre aet htoat by uit iiu er rln the y lISAO . orders with Moore & Tabor on
1' niieuarrtueathe haveever binicalledMaitre.C .
MattO teAmrca 11 coCo. aon to make as judge ouit of isa S~A imh.-IO Ws
Ab R ihodVrii ralE x 7iI..-ieWs
Arbor lirli.r Savings Bank farther ini 60 days. It is to he leyan Guiild will give a social to
iccot*uMrih, tapitiaSiStc,$50,00, hoped thlat the Farmiers' Alliance the students of the University in
ofOt ll dr tie General Banking Laws are satisfied whien thiey can raise hiprosfleeloitluci
115eX'Sae. UReeiven Deliioits,ibuys aind Mna vnnNv 7 l
tte tie eprincipl iiensiicthe a me mber fromiihe(lhay field Mna vnnNv 7 l
Qtttaen s. Drafts nanhediuponiriiier (i eilwohdnvrare cordially invited.
SDANA~.~~ O toJu ioRs-A nieetiiig of (lao
w. D. Hntuantskm. Vice P'res.. studied lwnvr enamte
CusJs. ._tlscoc, cashier. lw ivrbe ditdJuinior class will be hield in Itoom
t lu TiiAN.-Any onie desiring in- to (lie bar amidmever in a court in A, Monday, at 1:30 p. ni., for the
at tieo0i ini Shorthand will please call official capacity, amid let hrim seek purpose of raising fumids in con-
tene onfce of J. W. Miner, Practical
l'er , grpler 319 E. Huron Street. time qualifications afterwards, nection with (lie late disturbance.
° lsrea1sonable Call and see me. whlanodmrysuet ut S. W. CcURae, lires.
-t --ohiesa andnry oldtmus,
'mall ys new adod large and setyears of study andati
gas3for coal,. wood, oil and se~yn tam Four ex-captains of (be Yale
111 e tJ. E. Ilarkins', 28 E. prominence onlyby dint of bard eee play ontmoleeAh
ostreet labor and steady perseverance. letic Club's eleven.
holpt ..tcI [. e5 a~ir ~r 15
Soeur.e,iAri- ti( rSlartO. , Oiatburn,
1t i rd Is'(i. ; rs dl 1S-n. in w
c"1 1ri oll . Sxit r s i1( . t-15 raio
MILLER Tis
IHI/TS]. is
Gxood~pe®d's,
The PA TENT
BetLEATHER
SHOES.
FINFI HtJT6GRAPH8,
Meimlinery and Art Goods.
as EasitiHuron St.
itW, YORK & SON,
fy "' Aluuciurerssof
, Band ild Orchesra
Band~ and Qrnhelhha
M U Sf! C
il fir htio¢~
GRlAND RAPIDS,
MICHIGAN.
--'THE ARGUS.t--
AT LOW 11aI(ES.
FINE JOB PRINTING.
It In our ahmetoeplease. nlhferhc onGuaranteed
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE.

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