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October 30, 1890 - Image 4

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T4E UC; v:' M. DAIL Y
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/1, CL0IS N O SE,13 7 dad AnuJ toit1 Pl Dc tt. SUPD1IO {- 17DE1+JJ
Men's, (I 'r li T( (l57'i 1NE'sE N\ Frc rrlrw -
Boysd, CATS AN E-) LJ/WFQAF'S'
Childlren's L LA \~ KhlY ~I
Lat[_oestNovoltios PrriVrw Da ly.
INCLUDI G-
Wrig(ht's Health Underwear.
Black Underwear. Medlicott Goods,
Natural Wool, and Cheaper Grades.
NEW BOOK STORES, This-- Display is Unsurpassed
03 South Main Street. 44 South S,;_ Stre,° "'."'I
U IV'ERSITY TEXT-BOO K'S 3 T T c ' G. H.W L
Med ca! BhoKoks Boots, B;4N0 IlAVIV X& A ' iOFs30
All Iooks 'usedl in City Schools. Sturdents, Note Books and I'inls, Drift- Is showviung thie Largest Stock of Frill W)es, Suitings in the market.
Complete Liiie of Sporting Goodls. ing Insatriumeints. All the latest shades aoil novelties ii) Trooserigs aind
Overcoatings. Fine Vrests can he haui of
Large Stock of Founitajin Pens. A Warrnitedl Foiintaini Pen (Gold) for'$1.'50. No. 2 E. Washington St-, near Main. G. H. WIJLD
I -- -
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR 21~ 6RR
Tire best place to get a
MADE TO ORDER
LATESI STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN Sr.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
THE LARG]
GREATEST VARIETY
Onl LAMPS, iltis city. You will
"lIED STAR " OIL has no ei
chnarrig of wick and gi,
Soldl it 10 cents lies'gallon, deliverer
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
Tire Crastalian board suet tis
10011 rind oregaized as follows-;
e . Ws. E. Healy,rmanarrginrg
editor; Mn. Huidisoin Slieldon,
b55uiess lmaniagcr, amrlIM iss Cook,
secr'etarcr.
New sttigby' boles liave hbeen
pslacedl 0n thre crampus.
Tire prograri of tiere Adelpii
tis week, is changed to Friday
evening, because of tire Choral
Union concert Saturday evening.
Hudson Sheldon, of tire DAILY
EST STOCK, BTJSU{L33 PECIORI
L W S PRCsavea money by buyinug otfirs. Oure N
eqal, bursswsithout odor, orWMAROD
:yes a clear white light. WATCHMAKER AND JEWEL.EF
d to any part of the city. 36 MAIN STRSEET.
pEAN &s ecawl atetentionsa ird strreparing Watcbl
____________________M. W. BLAKE,
Tire '?9IDent class yell miade IVICTUIRES, FRAMES, A 14
its first asppearancee yesterday ART GOODS. i0 west 5huaeel
afternoon. It is: U. of M. IDent,I FERDON LUMBER YARD.
h~o H~rito, . f M lerlSAGINAWGANG SAWEDLSUMB
inie-ty-two. (70r. 'Fourthanid DrpotSts
Diack is now craptarinrof *02 J. HALLER
Dent, arid Leighiley of '02 Law, = , -E:--
Dilworth arid Stone ibeing, Coiilineaiirigaspciraltyi.
pelledl to retire on1 accounrt nof is- 0. M. MARTIN,
juries. Cloth Caskets, Metal'
Professor Wiricliell has a article . AND COMMON COFFINS . ..
in tire Novermber Forum erntitled RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers ad dealers i
" Recernt Views about Glaciers." Groceries, ProvisionsFiour and Fey'
sired 8SE. Washinrgton 5t. .
PuPerLit. '8, Laws'9, JOHN WOTZKE,
is practicing law in Detroit. Makeraof ire
L.ADIES' andS GES'oSI0
Tile following is tire prograrm of Repairing neatly done. 43s.nMain st"
tile Organ Recital to be giverr by GRANGERS
Prof. Stanley, assisted by Miss E. ACADEMY OF DANCING-
Fountain, at tire Unity Club Par-
lors in tire Unitarian Cihurcll, next opposite Law Buanding.
Spe ialValep!OWO,,.staff;,1111 gone to iris hrorme at
Owss. le will return after
Gents' Fast Black Hose, )
Extra Quality Suspenders, 25
Superb Assortnment of Ties,(
All-Linen InitiallHarrdkerchiefsJ
$10, SPECIAL LEADERS
o, WHITE SHIRTS
P. F., MILLS & 00,,
Popular Dry Goodls and CarpetF Store.
20 South Main.
election.
The serrior laws hlave decided to
choose their class orator and class
poet for commlnencemenlt by con-
test, eligible to -all who will
graduate next Jurre.
Manager Codd has arranlged ai
foot-ball game to be played here
on Sattirday witil.Purdue (Urni-
versity of hIrdiarra). This is tile
team whichl played tile Chicago
teans 6-10. Chicago team ihas
boatens Ann Arbor for the last two
years.
Mr. St. James will not be able
to sing at the* Adelphi Friday
evening, as announced on tire
program. Mr. Mosley will render
inistrumental music instead.
PupilsM
C. Major, Tours. 2. a) An- the sesar
dante con Illoto, Calkin. b) Sor-
Thrroug,
tie, Batiste. c) Offertoire, Gri- Sleep
Ta.
son. 3. Vocai 4"Tine Harbor
Thre VG
Bar," Sainton-Dolby. 4. a) Bi- Pacific 1i
dal Song, Jensenl. b) Medita- tibuledK
~ Chicago
tion, Lemaigre. c) Oflertoire, Portlarir
Salome. 5S. Vocal, " Tiline Eyes Grandhe
so Blue," Edward Lassen. 6. a) th o
Andante, from G Minor Sonata, For tick,
oist se
Merkel. b) Wedding Music, T~oF
West. c) Nocturne, Chiopin. d) Agent,y
March to B fat, Silas. 7. Over- Central
tore "4Poet and Peasant," Suppe. Illvenue
will ire reeived as srry tinre&101"
rh Vestibuled and C106
Prs Between Ch icago n~rrd
%coma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
WiscosiniCentraI'l d Norteln
lirnes rrrn thrroughiPullman A e~
arid Colonist Sleepers betN8,eel
and Tacom', Wash.,0
d, Oregon. Tire train knv
"Pacific Express" leaves t~
Cientral Passernger Statins5
lier of Fifth Avenue .
anStreet, atl10:45P.MIn. dl'j
leta, bertha in Puhima or
eepers, etc., apply to GZnO-
Soxc, City Passenger and
2015 Clark Street, or to F,

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