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November 13, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-13

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M. DAILY
TH-E U OT
CLOTHING HOUSE, YOIR
C°y CLOTl111I1 G H/'\S AND AF'S,
La~test Novelties Arrivinu Dail.
NEW BOOK STORES,
iBLAQI QIUFfS, the I~&etQae
~ ~..
SI0GT O:'F rTm 17" TA -
fllHEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
6 South Mairn Street. 44 South State Struet,G.H WID
UNIVERS[TY TEXT-BOOKS, slw '7 _
Medical Books, Law Books, B <K Os, ALL KINDS, A
All~Books used in City Schools. Styude t, Note Books and Pads, Draft- is showilng the Largest Stock of Pull J Dress Suitiings in the market.
CopeeLitre of Sporting Goods. l in ntrullenits. All the latest shades and novelties in Trouserings anld
Comlee vercoatings. Hune Vests can be had of
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Foitaii Pen (Gold) for $1Ji.50 No. 2 E. Washington st_, near Main. G. H. WILD"
JAMES M. STAFFORD, THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY V4 LOWEST PRICES,
«-- flO OR ER On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
Z "RED STAR" OIL heas :no equal, burns without odor, or
charring of wick and gives a clear white light.
The estplac togetSald at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to any part of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & Cos
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANNIARBOR, - .. MICH.
Lady Students.
SKID GLOVTES.--49c,
73c, 98c. S$1.35 and $ 5
Lai west iiue anid loweet iprioos.
HOSI ERY.-Special
Fast Blacke at 25c and up
Sala Agents foa "Cletanfaat-
Blac k Hose.
Gentlemen f"tudent,
COLLARS, 12, 16c and 17c
CUFFS, 15c and 25c.
I)TIES, 17c, 25c and 5c
11IIA {.DKF'S, 17c, 266calp.j
Et F. MILLS &00O;,
Popuilar Dry Gcodas and Carpat ! Store.
20 South Main.
MURDER-Concluded.
all must feel, and counseled the
students to exercise self-control
and to refrain from collecting in
large tnumbers.
The following jury was imp-an-
elled this morning for the inquest;
Mlessrs Alvin Wilsey, Geo. Moore,
A. E. Jennings, M. IL. Good-
rich, Job Marshall and A. Corey.
After being sworn and viewing
the body at the hospital at 11
o'clock, they adjourned to meet
at the Ag;ricultural rooms in thc
Court House at two p. in.
NOTES.
G. W. Nye, '91 Law, was struck
in the back. The thickness of his
overcoat prevented serious injury.
E." D. Wickes, 192 Lit, from
Helena, Montana, was struck i
the back of the neck.
The Freshmen held a mueeting
in the chapel at 2 o'clock this
afternoon and passed resolutions
of sympathy to the bereaved par-
cents. A committee was appoint-,
ed composed of Messrs Hubbell,
Barcus, Cadwell and Weller to
accompany the. body to Toledo.
rThe party will leave at 4:45 this
afternoon, via Detroit. The en-
tire class will follow the remains
to the depot.
A piece was removed from the
skull of Sergt, Granger this after-
noon, and he is said to be in a
very critical condition.
Every man who bore a musket
in the affair last evening will be
indicted for murder.
As we go to press testimony is
being taken at the inquest. Thus
far, the' evidence shows that the
students gave absolutely no pro-
vocation to the militiamin, be-
yond snaking noise.
THE CAMPUS.
Ri.' . Merithew, Law '89, is in
town. He has just been elected~
prosecuting attorney of Osceola
CJo.
Warner Bishop, Lit. '92, went
down tQ the train last night to see
a lady friend who was on her way
home to Detroit from Chicago.
While busily engrossed in conver-
sation the train started and War-
ner was carried to Detroit much
against his will.
The Lecture Board have let the
contract for re-numbering Univer-
sity Halt to Stark & Gartec, paint-
ers. They began work this morn-'
ing. The hal, as at, present
numbered, seats 1,800. By the
new systemf it 'will seat about
2,500.
IBUSINTESS DIRECTORY.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
:6 MAIN STREET,
Special attention paid to repairing Watches
and Jewelry.
M.W . BLAKE,
PICrutuEs, FRAMZES, A 3
ARtT GOODS. 10OWest Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturer of and dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER~
Cor. Fourth and Depot Sts.
J. HALLER _-
46 SO[ TI MAIN ST.
Repairing a specialty.
0. M. MARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMM ON COFFIN.
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE UNB15
North Main Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers anid dealers In
Groceries, Provisionslour and Feed,
6 and 8 B. Washington St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of line
LADIES, and GaEN~ww'SHOFB0
Repairing neatly done. 43i S. Main St.
GRANGER'S
-ACADEMY OF DANCING,-
Opposite Lawr Builing.
Pupils will be received at any time duri'30
the season.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconisin Central and Nortlhe1ii
Pacific lines run tbrougliPullman Vey"
tibuled and Colonist Sleepers betw'eel'
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash. and
Portland, Oregon. The train 1knovW1i
as the "Pacifi Express" leaves the
Giand Central ]Passenger Station, At
the corner of Fifth Avenue and4
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. diy
For-tickets, berths in Pullman or Cl
onist Sleepers, etc., aply to GEO.'
TnoxrsoR, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J"
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent,Grn
Central Passenger Station, cornerYif
Avenue and llrio Street, Cbic9$0
211.

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