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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-05

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
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IC, of 3?(. .ait~g.
]Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Coree3ear, by
THE U. of Mt. INDEPENIENT ASSOCIATION.
one that showed neither skill nor
originality. We are glad, thought,
to niote that thie greater part of
the (depredations, around the cam-
ps , were siot conmsitted by Usni-
versity' students. But ott such a
STUDENTS' BOOKS_
'BUY YOUR COLLEGE
TEXTT Bons, LAW ANDP MEDICAL BOODS
NOTE BOOKS, AT THE
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Secosud-hianud books at low prices. We are agetits of Paul E. Wirt, Scott and
Rolland fotuntain penn. Bargains in stationery. mo
I
Subscriptison price $2,50 per year, invariably Ilight tile best endeavors of every
is advance. Single copies 3 cents. Os sale atcosetiu sudn soldb
Sbha'anPotflcnessadeeycncetosevening at 0 oselock. Subscription may be directed against these lawless
left at the otfiec of the DAILY, Opera House
block, at Shecehan's, at Stoftet's, sr with aycts, as they iij tire our reputation,
sf the editors. anid getierally result isi pecuniary
Cotnsualoationsshobo15 testch the offic by
10 A. M. if they are to appear tetaste day, loss to the Usiiversity.
Address all matter intenaded for publiestio to
the Managing Editor. All business commun.-
ications should be setnt to the Buinaes Man- Alumni Notes.
aster.
tepsrt all neglect oti thepart of Carriers to hR. Khiuett, '81), is with Geo.
the City Circulator, W. H. itNeisi. Morrisoni, the enginees' of the
THE U. af M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Nich. large Cairo and Mlemphis bridges.
EDITORS. He is Alocated at Chicago.
H. B. SHOEMAKER, 'ai. MNAGING EcITOR. L . Sliasikiasi d, '88, is with
W. E:G ORIs. atss'r. MNAGInG EnIscR. architects of the World's Fair lit
A. H. COVERT,.192. AG&'T. MsuNANEDTR
I
IT== EESrW
SS 2T IU
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
M. S. HAMMOursa. 55 s MNA5 R
W. H. O'NEILL. '91, ass', 5Bs. SAssA~nR
R. W. DOU5GHT, '92,ass's. Bus. MANAQKR.
Herso s's 5ittto, 'It. yF. .TiBataS, '95.
R.ft. OJ3ritss . t. H. A1. 11Tts'v 1. It
E. 0). 1C>Hcti, t'9c L. . Ott'vttAvo), 'IC'.
}{ st1s'ttSr0Nsl, '9'!. .1. C'. THsst1, IQ
L.OG. W1Ittcctt.As..'93.;E.h. AliASON.t93.
Fromt all reclports, the sttidenits of
the U'niverisity will he offereud
qulite a treat iii Alt. Powers' lec-
tuore snext Satitrday sniglit. Ir.
Powers ~islKalazoo 511an, lanid
is noted for his refisiemienit anud
intellectusality. 'IHe begans his
career as ass actor, but soti de-
cided to represent alil the charal~c-
ters of the presenttation himtself.
Mr. Powers is the originsator of
this class of work and hiss suc-
ceded its acquiring a repustatiosn
puite enviable.
We are infotrmsed that the
sale of seasosi tickets has boon
fairly large. The board, uti-
doubtedly, deserve the hearty
pupport and atppr'oval otf all stus-
desits. The sticcess of the aisso-
ciatiositMeasus success for the stu-
denits tliemsselves, as all susrplis
money is applied to the gesieral
University steeds, a gymnsasitis
and( periodicals fotr the library.
D~enunciatiosn of the wvantoni
destructiosi of Iproperty, oi Hal-
loween, can siot be too stronig.
A spirit seesss to pervade a cer-
tain class of our studesits, that the
only way to have a good timse
lHalloweesn is to build a large boss.
fire on the casmpus asid destroy
property, its ntitlher of which cats
there be sisuchi real sport, except
to the fiendish.
It was a low, meats trick to pour
yellow paisnt over patriot "Ben",
Chlicago.
'Billy" Ball and Walter Masin,
both of '190, are located at Clii-
caigo.
' The Usiversity of Michilgasi is
siiakitng it hot for eastessi colleges,
fotr it has cosifered 10,499 degrees
ini fifty years."---Chicago Eventing
Yost.
Resmesmier' that all cotitribti-
tions to (lie Oracle must beheiasid-
ed in by Nov. 17.
Jas. Titlett, Law '90), is a smesm-
ber of the firm of Antrini & Tillett,
PeruIsnd., asid enjoys si large
practice.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Notices inserted in this column at the rate
of 10 censts per ine. single insertiosn. Special
ratea foe sanger time and extra lines furnshed
tVyapplying at this ofdies or by cosusl tinir K.
W. Doughty, Assistant Rusiness Massager.]
FoseIRENT.-Suite of rooms elegasitly
furnished antd osly a block froni cam-
pits. 44 South Thayer Street.
'Try thes Toledo Steam Launstdry.
Got to E. B. Hall for coal.
Inuspect the fisiest lisle tf Overcoasts
iii Asun Arbtor. Wagnuer & Co.
IFou REXT.-Sutite of rooms nicely
fsursiishuedlansd convesiienitly situatedi
otnly a block from the citllltts. 41 S.
Thayer St. Cheap.
Baths 10c at P. 0. Barber Shop.
Melt Gillespie', Teacher of Guitar,
Blanjo stud Masudolin at t'fement's.
Usiderwear-Wagtier & Ct.
Nastcy Vestinsug at Stafford's.
At Thle 'Two Sasms, whlite vests, juist
optetd.
A siew line tf gotdsntvels for Stlli-
tay reasdisng at Gruubsr's P. 0. News
Roomn.
1,000i differesnt styles in Nobby
Trouserisugs at Staffotrd's.
We will show sext week the lisuest
stock of Guitars ever sects isithis city.
Also sosme exceptiontally fiste Basnjos.
ou or8c and 10~c strinigs warrusnted ecunal
to asty isi tle city ofat y price. Wilsey's,
25 Sosuthi Fourth street, Ants Arbor.
At Tlse TwoSanis-Gentlemens wanst-
ittl Full Dress Suits can save $25 iai
$30 by buying at The Two Sams.
LosT.-A Sigma Plit fratersitty ttin,
sot in sapphires and onue diamonsd,
marked EdwardI).Wickes. $6 reward.
AND THE a : a - I:
aIS v I5E E
a__ss-a ,da. 1 IaGa.5
-'~THE B8EST.*- ____ __
Seventeensteaschers. Bused with Furnished ;4 j :7..C1 1
Rtoom 5$2.:25ster week. Circuarosspon appli- 'o, t
P. R. CLEARY, President. e a
BURLEIGH & JOLLY, -c~ DU.
DEALERS tN aF 55
BLANK BOOKS, 1;4awaCa
ATHETIC ROM SAND STUDENTS' SUPPLIES.~ a ' 0
Blest liuie of FON~T'AIN PENS u[ie ah
city. lce Cream, Soda Water, K I
ConfeetionsCold Lttsueleo, I-
(igars asud'Tobaccs.oa
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW OR P'LAIN. o"oI
Calusand neeus at !I "° ' '
D. L. DOWD'55 HEALTH EXERCISICBI.
Fur Bain-Worhero k tehensary Pesple
GtlemenI.,oc, ..,,lts, Youths; lte 'tDaly. *Susnday excepted.
gtmnsoio.'Takea op but 6in
sqare oot onw, scentfc, COWSrCOCGLRS, H.o. H AvES.
iduasee,lcopo,r en~sipysoans,lawbhp. o.P. & TA. Cihicago. Ag't Ans Arbor'
yesa esgyssc, editors &obesc
nowosiog it. Seud fsriludocisca- - '- "
L. Dod cetfcPhs'a n Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Vocal Culture,qEasot 14th at., New York. , Miohigan Railway.
, s T 0 = =ym91Time Tablesgoisg intoasfiet, Monday, Nov. 255'.
QA hZpeq?. ICuing North. STATIONS. Going Sauth.
FIRENCH ICE CREAM. FINEST FRENCH l6. 4.'2. 5. 3. ,5'
COOKtNGi. LOWEST PRICES FOR } 'an. C1'5eCud. badned Time. H'e Cad. Atan
1tEST BATERIAL. Eap. ESap. Mali Eap. Mail Exp'
71 Fort St.,.West. - Detroit, M Ich. '- 'P.-' A ________ -P'M.P. -.,
CIYLIVERY AND SLESABE 3 0 .O~LEDO...,...1tout1 5 ....
CITY ALESABLE. 4 02 6 4tiu1oroeunl'n 12 25 t
Nos.13 nd Y W shito St., -ss. ........ 4.J0 647 ........Oacdee.....12t0i6 5.22 .
s~s.lis I W shi snt. ' Ii ......5c 431 705 i........ilMsas .....1 b 3 0 02
Firt-clauto Rig s adStlios Sa dileHorses 4 55 7 11 ...PltthSold... 11 37 9 40.
for it ire.I5 4~ANAl00I t
_ ......I 5 072 7'40 ..A N A B R1 "; 926.55 7u5 .....tLeland'.... 115 12' 910 ....
530t 8 C6 Whimore Lake 1t 00 855 ...
« .... 5 s5 il8 ..15 Hamburg.....10.5 $5E1 .
t 2 5 ow ti....10 218027 .
7t'5 9 40 ..Durand...9, st) 7238 ..
... q^Eto ,5 .Cosassa ..9.6.}5'. .,03
i t1020...... .. 5tga 711 sue.....
7f 101 1255 ...M t. Plesian..... 67 25 40..84
NO, 121W. tURON ST. .7 81045 157 ...lare..i..c' 0103 4+,8 1
7i1 2 05 ... scareelI. ..3523 505
, ott0 t 35 ....Casdiiiac..... i 4. 0 0
litCo 520 C.(opem'u. .1. 035 5O2
Ul~~lq 11 4,j.16 2.... kma 7."40l25
! 1:"1. 7 0.MaBnise. 7 10 2u15
1: .7 .. t' (+5.. . 5on t..... 19 305
Pla Pam., r Pass. Pas
r.s- ......., Ass. Ls.] LAr. A .....P
7 :I57...9.. 40.Aas.Ceba..sis.s905 7 0
GILM RE'S 5ANu 5 71..,...7940.Ann..A..or.. I 5 .... 2
GIL47,AI . 14l 07i _....Fushlag.5S430. 8
PRICES _.. 50c..75c. AND $1.00 --4....,1105..Kast~asslaw..810..5io
1 . W. ASHLEY, A I. PAISLEY,
Seaits on Sate Monday, 1lls. in., at P. 0. 1 Saserinteudent. Cen. Pas. Aget
News Room. GEO. . AZLEWOOD. Loal Agent.

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