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November 12, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-12

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T-4E U OP 1M. DATLY
CLOTH7IN~G HOUSE, T ,V K . TrI TYKN ~
Iiyld'' e' CLOTH .LINGTHWTS ANDPYTAIFZS 15JAQi QOF >the LJ.,ettQraze,
-IiLsitesL NovelteiG APrriV.) r iljAT
NEW BOOK STORES, -s--i Z_4
YY*±11 ' ± TA±fLf ' HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
6 Sc iial 1Street. 44 South Sate Steet
UNIV ER. ITY TEXT-BOOKS, ~ oT = y-G. H. WILD,
Medca BooksLasw Boos, IANKi Boo.- ALL KisA
Aliooks usedI in City Schools Sudenst, Note Books and Pads.IDraft- is showing- the Largest Stock ot1-ull Dress Suiings in the market.
CmltLieofSporting Goods. igIstruments. All the latest sades and novelties in Trouserings and
CompeteLiie o in Oeroatings. ine Vests can he had of
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warraxted Fountain Pen (Gold) for 1.50. No. 2 E. Washington St near Main. G. "}'I. W11,0
JAMES M. STAFFORD, THE LARGEST STOCK, ENSIE 1 LIRETORY
GREATEST VARIETY V LOWEST PRICES WM. ARNOLD
-ALR1 6~ R OnI;LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our anWATCMAKERArDr WaL
"lIED STAt'"OIL has no0 eual, horn7s without odor, or 5 eial attention paid to repairing ae3
charring o wick and gives a clear white light. M. W. BLAKE,
Th bs pac o etaSold at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to any part of the city. PICTURE S, IFRAMrES, A N
I ebs lc ogta 44 SOUTH MAIN ST )PEANv & CO. ART GOODS. Is West Honsflt
FERDON LUMBER YARD
1'r-i .LyS'.cQ THE \~CAMPUS. jdeolpi1i, and the Al. A. C., of Manfcarurer oan delerln
HyelisNew York. SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
IlyePrinceton '93, had is Cr. Fourth ad Deotst 51s.
MADE TO ORDER collar bonse broken wihile playing Smith college has 551 students. i -HALE
insh practice gamse Thursisdy. Cornell's foot-ball leven oit
LATEST STYLES Wior'tolbnr a se nae the Easteris trip won from Union 46psmTriAINdST
t]gasbeenaeRearn apcat.to coach the Anslherst foot-ball and Trinity', and lost to harvard, - O. M. MARTIN,
temtre ie veywe. Amherst, Williarns and Wesleyain.DELE IN c
TeWebster Sceywl et The Hlarvard Glee Club has ait lthCsetM tllcScit-il eANDs COMMON COFFINS.
MODERATE PRICES, dci- the following program Wed- cped the invitation to atteud the J. A. POLS~iEMUS
itesday evening, Nov. 12: Vocal Assembly at Union Armory, -iZ iL.V E 1 OT ANS. pigilteRgh rvost LO'S AKAp1AGAEE
19SUHMI T, solo, "At the Ferry," Mis i. E. orntutengtpreiust North Sain street.
Hoar;Delantin,.O'yre te ae-irvard gamse. RINSEY & SEABOLT,
ANN ARBOR, .- MICR. Adobart;nDeclaheVateonrince-'Byrre'antheeYale-Ha
essay, II. S. Hepuer; oration, G. Adisovote aePic-sal o nIdalers i
- - - - - A. Brown. Vocal Duet, "'Call ton game, is to be one dollar wills-j}roceries,nProisionlsFlutad
1,a y tncnt. ack again," Mir. 1). E. 1ee- a dollar extr-a for grand stand JOHN WOTZKE,
Lac~y5)LuLenL3.Mae or Sine
_- - lis an~d Miss M. E. Hobart. seats. LADIES'ndeGEN11+s<Tol'
Repairag netlyadne. $L
KID GLOVES.-4oc, .Debate: "Resolved, that Blane '5 Nov. 15 is positively the last Rearignetydone. 3 S.
43, Esc, $1.35 andl $.5opsto0miteBlrmle5i ic day that the Oracle 'ill receive_ -- GRANGER'S
Largest hop and lowest prieesosiinol.h e 0lllSa 1EB
10SF Y-pcilion is tenable.' Aff-J. E. contributions.DA IN
Fast Blacke at 25c anid p Roberts anid S. P. Harsris. Neg. Hankerson, formuelly '92 Lit, is ACDM OF ANIG
sole Agets oa "clesancast"-iiin'n Abrfred.Oppolile Iaw Builing.
SIlart lHose. -J. C. Beveis and I. I. Saw-vsiii A- rbrfred.1__
_____yi.The toats for Saturday's game wil he reeied as any timedo
v 1 The cosmiittee appointed by the with Cornell will be picked fromr - -
(xenJe]2en tu entThrough Vestibuledi and ColOn19
_Yale nintets awas-d the ctip for the following uen: Grosh, Jewet, Sleepers Between Chicago an¢
the best base stealiing last seasom, Duffy, Dygert, Blolden, Malley, Tt land Oregon.
COLLARS, 12, 15e asndIlie have decided to presemt it to Cush- Chadborne, Trainer, ierson ThWicsnCeta dore', Paciic hunes rimn thro hPullman "
CUFFS, 15e amd 25c ing, '91.. Prettyman, Hlarliss, R. Sherman, tihuled and Colonist bleeers betWee
,.Chicago and Tacma, Woash., a
TIES, Ile, 25c amd 50c. Owing to the few clubs whichi Sutherland. The Cornelians Portland, Oeo.The tanko
17Nci', ~, 25c up. have emtered the Amiateur Ath- will line up in front of a very and Central Passenger leaesO
_________________letic Foot-ball League thus far, heavy ruslh line, the corner of Fifth Avenue fl
Harrison Street, at 1:45 P. M.sil
the Union has postponed the cos- The Tennis Tournament is still For tickets, berths in Pullman or '
E. MIIingC of entries until the 9ths inst. going on. The last match was oist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gik t,
ing TsOM1'SON, City Passenger and T
Thie clubs which have entered between Slocum and Sherman, the Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F
Popalar Dry Goos~ an Cosrpt,*Stoe em r heD .Co erot omrhi vco h cr EDDY, Depot Ticket ,Agent,Gn
temsar te . . .,ofDerotfome big vctrbythescoe CealP assnger~tation, cowners4
20 South Main. Schuylkill Navy A. C., of Phila. 6-3 and 6-3. AeueadHrrison Street, CM
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