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November 08, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-08

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' M. AILY-_
'TT4E U, (
CLOTHING--THE N ry E O
171, 73, 175 Woodward Avenue, DotroA, Mchgq o RR~i1 (j LX~~ %H1 L 1O ~ i
Men's, (1 V h fN 1 iENTJ, MEN'S Ft iNIttiNO-
Children S U-IIIM WS ~ /
r--,'Latest Novelties rriia Dail .4s:
NEW BOOK STORES,
1JI Q U ff -the Latest Qraze,
As-
:Z ZTCm''' .LC.U)ie1 _4 ; F- HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
6 South Main Street. 44 South~ State Streot, G. .WILD
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, S.TG.TH. 0W LT,
Medical Books, Law Books, BAN ooo At. N ,
All 3ol;. usd i Ciy Shoos. tudntsNote Books attd;P.adts, Draft- 5Isl utiwitgthe Largest S1tock of 1'Ftll 1ress iti S 1i11tte marke't.
Comtleok tseLine Ciotync Goos. tireits 11trmetslte latest shardes andilnovelties int Trotiserings anid
('onptee Lne f Sprtiig ood iti intruietts.Overcoatinigs. Fine Vests cati be tail of
Large Stock otf Founitain Penis. A Warratitedl Pountain Pen (GoldI) for $t.50. I No. 2 E. Washington St. near Main. G. H. W~ILD'
JAMES M. STAFFORD, Tn~ U..HE LARGEST STOCK, BUSINESS IIILCTORY.
nnra.,roa "tan rvu ?f i nIAfrmTnn ipTP
The best hplace to get a
f~15~+ Q AS8 +801&UI
-GADEINT0rJRDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN .ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
Special Valuels!
Gents' Fast Black Hose, '
Gents' All-Wool Hose, f
Extra Quality Suspenders, 25
Superb Assortment of Ties,
All-Linen 1hitial IHandkerchiefs)
4101SPECIAL LEADERS
.50 --1N _-
o, WHITE SHIRTS
Ee F. MILLS ~C.
Poprular Dry Goodsod Carpet Store.
120 South Main.
bI1LAIL3 1 VABIII dLUWtbI1 nuts n
Oti LAMPS, its this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
tIED STS"lR 'OIL has no equal, burns without odotr, or
charting of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10) cetits per gallots, delivered to sny part of thre city. ,o
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEANr & CO.
THE CAMPUS.
Rev. J. At.(Gelston's stubject
for to-morrow evendig is "Tlie ,3d
Day of Creatiots."
1!'eluritey, with '9)2 Medics
last yeat-, is in towni. Ile is at-
totintg the Detroit Medic-al Col-
loge.
Mi-. T. L. Wilkinisoin read ai
pupet- ott "The Distributioti of
Flrictiontinisthe' Moderts Steatn
Engitne," before thle Etigineering
Society last ntight. Several new
members were voted ins at the
business tmeeting.
13. A. llerrington., tf Califor-
nia, lisa been chiosess by the Tras-
Mississippi faction of the Junior
Laws, as their candidate for class
presidenst.
Prof. Scott's "Prisiciples of
Style," for the use of his class iii
that subject, will be oti sale at
Moore & Taber's anthfle Reg-
ister office on Moniday.
The special train for the Corniell
gam at Detroit leaves Nov. 151
at 10 a.ins. sIs. eturning leaves
Detroit at 11 p. In. Tickets for
sale by all of the directors and at
the depot.
Deputy-Sheriff Peterson has in
his possession a letter written Sun-
day by one of the girls who dis.
appeared on Friday of last week.
The two are stopping at the Bur-
nett House, Toledo. The letter
stated that they expected to be
m~arriedl to Takana and Futkuslii-
ma at thse"English Luthseranchurchi
the nsext day sit two o'clock, and
would soon lease fos- Japatn.
",College Songs" had ain aftend-
tiuce of two hsiudred this issoissing
its Doom A.
The Sophsomsores practiced the
whole wteek for the tug-of-war,
while the over-confident Freshmen
did niot take the trouble to organ-
ize until this noon.
Candidates for the Yale 'Varsity
crew begans rowing last week.
It has been decided by Amherst
College that every athletic team
nmust have, before beginning its
seasona, ensough monsey pledged to
cover all expenses.w
The city of Hlelensa gave 250
acres of land to the Montatia iii-
versity, which is stow beinig built.
The Princeton Glee Club ott its
Clhrestmas trip will visit Pittsburg,
Citicinnati, Columubus, St. Louis,
Louisville, Nashville and Mem-
plis.
A prophet in the IN. Y. Tributte
predicts that Harvard will beat
Yale 20 to 6, and that Yale will
beat Princeton by a score of 12 to
6i.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELEi~'
S S ttnMAIN STiSEET.
an ewetlry-.
M. W . BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, A74
ART GOODS. so West kHsronSt
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Mtanuftaturteatfad dessertsn
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUNG EP
Cort. Fosrtht atdDotSt Ss.
J- HALLER
_ OM. MARTIN,
DitALiER IN
Cloth Caskets, Mfetalll
ANDO COMMON COFFItNS. ,
L A. POLHEMUS,
T L_7 _1 ALO 'nBUS HACK AND 13AGOAGE jIM1'
Northt MaiStreet.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
nakerasad dealers i
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
i6ad8SE. Washington SC.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of fine
LADIES' and GENT IS' SHOPi
Repairing uneatly dune. 43iS. Mats St.
GRANGERS
J ACADEMY OF DANCING,-&"
Opposite Law Building.
puipitlstit -erecivedat ay tine darn8
tite sa.
Through Vestibuled and Coloni~t
Steepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconisits Central astd Northerni
Pacific lines run thiroughslPullman Ve,*
tibutled atid Colonist Sleepters hetweets
Chicago and Tacoma, Waish., and
Porthatid, Oregon. The traits kneWO
ais the "Pacific Express" leaves thet
Gtand Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue andh
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily
For tickets, berthis in Pullman or Col"
onist Sleepers, .etc., apply to G190. 0-
TnOMsssoN, City Passenger and Ticlkei
Agent, 205 Clark Stree, or to F. X'
EDDY, Depot Tieket Agent, Grslh
Central Passenger Station, corn'er Fifty~
Avenue and Harrison Street, Chica9
Ill.

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