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November 05, 1890 - Image 4

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

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'TRE U (VP M. DAILY
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CLOTIN{II OLJSE, oiBTT L'D0,
71, 173, 175 Woodward Avenue;,Detroit, MicigatI iii1K KH iL f , I L IS OJN \4'-'
ChldeIAJJ.LOTH] NGHATS IANDaCF~
C- "Latost Novelties Arrivingl Dao L
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Maid Streut. 44 South Stat Street
U NIXVERSITY 'INT-B3001KS, S TATIOrhT=ON
Modical Pooks, Law Books, DI r.ANK louis, LX ii vS,
.Alij~ooks Used in City Schools. Students, Rote Books and Padts, Draft-
Complete Linie of Sporting Goods. ing Instrumniits.
Large Stock of Fountain Peins. A Warranted Fountain Plea (Gold) for $1.50..
i~1A~t ~D f~,the Latest Qraze,
IGT TOFTIIT =:D
HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
G. H. WILD,
is showiing the Largest Stock of Full D)ress Suitings in the market.
All the latest shades and novelties in TLrouserings anid
Overcoatings. Fine Vests can he had of
No. 2 E. Washington St., near Main. G. H. WILD-
I
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR INIFORTERA
The heat place to get a
'fI9, S ; + Q AS + I
GKADEdTO ORDER
LkTESI STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
bpeciaJ Valuep!
Gents' Fast Black Hose,
Gents' All- Wool Hose,
Extra Quality Suspenders,
'Superb Assertment of Ties,
All-Linen Initial Handkerchiefs]
$0)SPECIAL LEADERS
201,
NWHITE S HIRTS
E, F, MILLS (& 0O.,
Popular Dry Goad3s and Carpst Store.
20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK, BJUINESSPIRLCIORiZ-
GREATEST VARIETY V, LOWEST PRICES 0ivN0~
On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money hy buying of us. Our "
IED STAR " OIL has no e
charring of wick and gi,
Sold at t0 cents per gallon, delivere
444 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
On account of thie death of Miss
Lilly, oldest daughter of Profes-
stir Fordh, the Medical laboratories,
were closed this afternoon.
The (Glee (Clob of Browvn Uni-
versity will miake a Southern trip
this year. They will also give six
concerts ini Boston and Provi
dence.
O'Neil, Law ';11, has been ill
Detroit tis weeic.
The Rugby association offers a
banner to the chainpiois foot-ball
teams.
1.
3qual, urns wtWMutAdoNOLD
yes a clear white light. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Id t any part of the city. as MAIN STREET,
pEA C , ipecXa1attention paid to repairing Watcels
pEAN&i an Jewelry
M. W. BLAKE,
The New London, Conn., Board F'ICTURE.S, FRAMES, AN1'1:
of Trade considers the Yale-li1ar- ART GOODS. is West Huron 51"
yard races such a good tiling that FERDON LUMBER YARD,_,
Manuacturer od and dealer in
it has appointed a comiiittee to SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
confer aithi the utavies and offerI leeo. Foureh andODeot Sts.-
thei inducemeiits to contiineJ. HALLER
their contests oii the Thlamles, at ,
46 SOUT11 iAlO ST.
Newv London.lie pairng it specialty.
TheChra U ionls now 225 0. M. MARTIN,
The btosi I li~llDEALER IN
active members. From the audi- Cloth Caskets, .Metallic
ence last Saturday evening, it AND COMMON COFFINS.
loos a if000tiket hae ben RINSEY & SEABOLT,
look asif 2000tickts ave eei lakers and dealers i
sold. Groceries, Provisions,Flour aid Feed,
6landS8 E. Washington St. l,.
Union College has recently re- JOHN WOTZKE,
ceived land valued at $100,000 LADIES' of fineS HO
from Thlomas Arnmstrong, of Repairing neatly done. 43s.Main SI.
Plattsburgh, N. Y. GRANGER'S
The Yale museunm has just re- .. ACADEMY OF DANCING,-~
ceived the skeletoln of a sauriania opst a anssg
prehistoric mfonster, of which but ____
two complete skeletons ale 1Pupils will be received at any lime durng5
knowii.the season.
The Geological Society holds
tts next meetinlg Friday, Nov. r,
at wvhicht a paper will be read by
Geo. I). Sones, on Gypsumt.
The buildings of the niew uti-
versity at Tarpon Springs, Florida,
will be ready for use in October_ A scheme is oil foot at Yale to
next year. Dr. Charles E. Sajoiis., put all the athletic associations
of Philadelphia, has been chosen"tinder the mnagement of oiieire-
presidesit. There will be courses sponsible person, givinig him full
is iuediciiie, theology, law, arts, power to receive and disburse the
veterinary stirgery aiud deiitistry. funds of the different organiza-
At tlse meeting of tlue Unity tions as his judgmient prompts
Club next, Monday evenling, Prof. him.
Austint George will road a paper Thle tanageimeist of last sea-
on "4American Literature,"and eon's base ball team at Yale has
Miss E. B. Pearson will deliver presented the field association
an address ons "Student Life at withs $2,500 and has au balance of
the Harvard Annex." over $800.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Central and Northl'if
Pacific lines run through Pullman VeN
tihuled asid Colonist Sleepuers hetweel
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., anal
Portland, Oregon. The train knoW5 I
as the "Pacific Express" leaves t00
Gimand Central Passenger Station, st
the corner of Fifth Avenue and
Htarrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Cl
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Geo. 0,
Tsaoam'soee, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to . F. J
EDDv, Depot Ticket Agent, Graxd
Central Passemaer Station, corn~er Fifth
fAvenue andH arrison Street, ChicW"
Ill.

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