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November 08, 1890 - Image 4

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

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TT-4E1J; nP M. DAI)Y
C O H NG HOUSE, IIT73717<Wodwrd veueDetoi, Ii VYKr) -I1
men's, T IG G?,N'rLI MLNi 'UR ,SIICS
Children's JCLO. 1JN AJKIS\Q A\ND 06AFSK
ic-LatesL Novelties PArrvrna llU.~j
NEW BOOK STORES,
1~~Q~QU1F& theiJ atest Qraze,
~ ~AT
Jv < <R1 IE Ii ~~D~~
HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
6 South Main Street. 44 South State Street,
UTNiXERSITY 'TEXT-l300KS, - " .- .*.
Medical Books, Law Books, BIkAzvl BOOKS, ALL INDS,
All jlooks used in City Schools. Stuidenits, Note Books and Pads, Draft- I liowing the Large4stMock of Full1)iDess Suitings i the mrnIket,
Comnplete Linie of Sporting G~oods. ing, Instrumnt~s. All the latest shiades and novelties in ZTiouserings and
Overcoatings-. Fine crsts cani be ha~d of
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranited Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50, 1 No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. . H. W~LD.
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR - INIPORTER,
The best place to get a
QMADE:WTQQCORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,.
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICIL.
bpecia] Valuep!
Gents' Fast Black Hose,
Gents' All-Wool Hose,
Extra Quality Suspenders, i
Superb Assortment of Ties,
All-Linen Initial Iblndkerchiefs
SPSECIAL LEADERS
69c) WHITE SHIRTiIS
E. F. MILLS L 00.1
Popular Dry Goods and Carpst Stare.
1 20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK, E3flINlS3 DERLCTOLR.
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICES WM. ARNOLD,
On LAMPS, in this city.XYou will save money by buying of us. Gui WATC MAIE NDEWE ER
RED STR1 Ihs no eulSbrs ihotott r n enr3 tion paid to repairing watches
charring of wick and gives a clear white light. M. W. BLAKE,
Sold at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to any part of the city. ]PICTrURES, FRAMES, A NOP
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. p)EAN4 & CIO- ART GOODS. 10 west Huron St.
THE C MPUSFERDON LUMBER YARD,
HE AM S. The two are stoppingo at the Buir- Manufacturer of and dealer in
Itev. J. M. (Gelston's subject nett .douse, Toledo. The letter I AG INAWGANGSAWED LUMB8ER
Car. Fourth and Depot Sts.
for to-mnorrow evening is "4The 3d stated that tliey expected to be _________
I)tyofCraton"married to Takaiia and Fukushi-J.ALR
MVcl~iurnev, -,vith ' 2 lemcs Ina at thelEnglish Lutlheranchurchla, 4 n IVITH m
last year, is i tou-n. He is at-the next day at two o'clock, and(1 - p----- y
1 0. M.IMARTIN,
tending the Dectroit Medical CJol- would soon leave for' Japan. D)EALERt IN
lege. ",College Songs' had an attend- Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS.
Mr. T. L. Wilkinsoni read a ante of two hundred this morning L. A. POLHEMUS,
pue n 4"The Distribution of in :Boom A. TIT- '4 -,;
Friction in the M1oder'n Stearn The Sophomores practiced the ALSO 'BUS HA~CK AND BAGGAGE LINE.
Engine,' before the Engineering whole week for the tug-of-war, RNE SAOT
Society last night. Several new while the over-confident Freshmen Bakers and dealers in
memnbers were voted ini at the did not take the trouble to organ- Groceries, Provisions,Ffour and Feed,
Band 8 E. Washington St.
business meeting. ize until, this nloon. JOHN WOTZKE,
13. A. llerrington, of Clalifor- Candidates for the Yale 'Varsity MAIE'akdeN fEn
nia, has been chosen by the Trans- crew began rowing last week. Repairing neatly done. 43i S. Main St.
Mississippi faction of the Junior It has been decided by Amherst GRANGER'S
Laws, as their candidate for class College that every athletic team ACADEMY OF DANCING,
president. must have, before beginning its opst ~v ~idn
Prof. Scott's " Principles Of season, enough money pledged to Opst a ulig
Style," for the use of his class in cover all expenses.Puiswl be receive~d at any time during
that subject, will be on sale at The city of Helena gave 250-
SThrough Vestibuled and Colonist
Moore & Tabor's and the Ileg- acres of land to the Montana Unii- Sleepers Between Chicago and
ister office on Monday. versity, whichi is now being bufilt. Tacomlaash.,reand Port-
The special train for the Cornell The Princeton Glee Club onl its The Wisconsin Central and Northern
Pacific lines run through Pullman Ves-
game at Detroit leaves Nov. 15, Clirestinas trip will visit Pittsburo^ tibuled and Colonist Sleepers betweell
' p '' Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
at 10 a. in. Returning leaves Cincinnati, Columbus, St. Louis, Portland, Oregon. The train know],
Detrit t 1, P in ' Tckes fr Luisille Nahvile nd em-as the 'Pacific Express" leaves the
Detrit t 1 p. Tckes fr Loisvlle Nahvile ad Mrn-GI and Central Passenger Station, at
sale b all of the directors and at phis, the corner of Fifth Avenue and
by ept Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
thedept.A prophet iu the iN. Y. Tribune For tickets, berths in Pullman or Cl
Deputy-Sheriff Peterson has in predicts that Harvard will beat onist Sleepers, etc., apply to GEO. KX
THoMrsox, City Pssenger and Ticket
his possession a letter written Sun- Yale 20 to 6, and that Yale will Agent, 205 Clark Street, or, to F. J.
da yone of the girls who dis- beat Princeton by a score of 12 to EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
da bYCentral 1PaseengerStation, eornerFiftb
appeared on Friday of last week.,6 Avenue and HarrTisoni Street, Chxicaga
ill.

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