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November 06, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-06

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TH-E U C)P M. DAILY
Tl NEWJ V Ye ±~Y~~fI~I
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Mien's, fI T( (liNrtLiMIN I' liIz t=
Cilclews CLOTlhIN'GHk\T0>A\N~D 5AF tAQQDh {istQrz
~LatesL Novoltios PArrvino Li .
NEW BOOK STORES,
a6Sut iq Street 4-13 Sou taeStr cc
UNIVERSITY TENT-BOOKS) T1
MediclBooks, Law Looks, 1BLAN 1Ilociw Am ii. Iiso.
Allooks osed iin City Schools. Stidents, Note Books aiid Pads. Draft-
(Coplete Line of Sporting {goods., log lostriton] ts.
Large Stork of Founitain Pens. A -arraiteddFoantain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.j
L/G =OW_11=7S7 T~R
HEADQ.UARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
is showing,,thce Largest Stork of Pull D)rsos siting in the ioo ket.
All the latest shades and lioveltiers in Troosering ii.an
Ov-erroatings. Fine Vests raiibhdoft0
No. 2 E. Washington St. near Main. G. H. WILD.
i
__ _ 1
JAMES M, STAFFORD,
TAILf1R IP6RTR.
The hoot tlace to get a
fI ± +Q Ass +81
QMAD=~O ORDER
LATES'T' STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
Special Valuep!
Gents' Fast Black Hlose, ~
Gents' All-Wool Hose,
Extra Quality Suspenders, 2,5
Superb Assortment of Ties,
All-Linen tnttisi Handkerchiefs7
$100) SPECIAL LEADERS
00WHITE SHIRTS
~E, F. MILLS &, Co.,
popular Dry Goods andsi tarpet] Store.
2O South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY a LOWEST PRICES
Onl LAMPS, in thiis city. You wilt save money hy huying oh us. Our
IBIJKITS PILEOTO-Y.
ANN ARBR AVINS BANX
"lED STARlt" OIL lis no e
charring of wick and gi
Sold at I10 cents tier galii, delivere(
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
The president of the United
States, foui- micibers of the cabi-
tnt, alt the imeimbers of the
:supreiie court, -14 of 80 senators,
164 of 829 representlatives, ite
college gradute~ts.
A gift of $1 (0,0oo1 has bett
presentted to Johiis ilopkcins Viii-
versity for the founiiniig of a
imedicat college.
The musical luibs at Harvard
have petitioned the faculty to
allow thicu to niak(; a Westein
trip at Christmas.
Coritell hield a iuavy ball on
Friday for the benefit of her crew.
$3d,530 has beeni collected
among tlio students at Harvard
for the new library readiiig room.
The amount to be raised is 1.01m-
000.
The Rutgers Glee Club wviii
hereafter wear gowns aiid miortar-
board caps at their concerts.
'92 Lit's election will take place
in Room A ntext Saturday miorn-
ing, at 10 a. it.
There were three students ini
line at 4:3(0 a. us., and twenty at
5 a. in., waiting to get seats re-
served for Mr. Powers' lecture
next Saturday evening. At 9 a.
m. all thte good seats bad been re-
served.
qual, hurns without odor, oi
WM. ARNOLD,
Ives a clear white light. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
it to any pairt of the city. 6 MAtINu S TREHET,
EAN &CO.S Jecilention paid ia repairiingWatches
M. W .BLAKE,
Prof. Drake is at present study-, PI CT1URES, FRAMES, A ND
ig the Ger-ini language att Jena. ARTGOS O'>0tao !
Ile will einter a (Gei-iiaii Univer-; FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Sityill fo monhs.Masiiatiurer irad deator in
sityin fe Ii~iili - IAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BER
Mr. Titfts will deliver the Suit- Coci. Foutioadcpt Sity.
dlay acidic w utincliapiel. J" HALLER
There wsSant explosioniniiite 40 c TJitI s.
Physical Laboratory yesterday. tssi11 it.OO-
Nobody wais hurt, liut a co-ed was 0 51. ARIN,
badly scared. Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AN!) COMMON COFFIiNS.
Thtos. Mtllvcrliill, Law l, who RINSEY & SEABOLT,
was elected Circtiit Court Coii- Baker anddealersain
missinerin Otawacouny, b Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
by 6ad 13. Washidngton St.
a good niajority, is visitimig friends JOHNWOTZKE,
in this city. LADIES' and GENTS' SO .
J. S.Martn, La 11.1, wet _iepairing neatiy dane. 43 S. Main St.
home to help re-elect McKinuley. GRANGER'S.
W. 1R. Jewell, Law '92, went W ACADEMY OF DANCING, -
to Illinois this week to vote foi-
congressman Cannon.
The Jeffersonian Society has re-
cemntly added a cloak-roota to their
hall, and sic making further in-
provemenits ini their roomus.
Scotland will receive special at-
tentiolt at the Unity Club, Mon-
day evening, Nov. 10.
Mars. Sunderland will give a
talk entitled " Land of Scott,"
with illustrations. There will
also be Scotch Readings by Mr.
Andrew Campbell, and Scotela
Songs in charge of Mr. C. P.
Stone.
opposite law Building.
Pupils wiltlhbe receisved at any tine darisc
the season.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sieepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon,
The Wisconsiii Ceiitral and Northieria
Pacific lines mmn through Pullman Ves-
tihuled aiid Colonist Sleepers hetweens
Chicago and Taconia, Wash., and
Portland, Oregoii. The traiiikniown
as the ".Pacific Express" leaves the
Gland Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue and
H~arrisont Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
Foer tickets, berths in Pullmana or Col-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gzxo. K.
TsaosM'sos, City Passenger and Ticket
.Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to P. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Graud
Central Passenger~tation, cornerFifth
Avenue and Harrlsn Street, Chicago
Ill.

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