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November 14, 1890 - Image 4

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TU-E LU n7 M. DAILY
--THE NEW
CLOTHING I-OUSE. 2 yWiAi$h~WK) ~W'
171r
Chiens C LT11-NIf1 (S Nil D N1 FiiSi
LEI&IQL Noveltes rrivr n a .
NEW BOOK STORES,
3LQO~CFF , the Latest Qraze,
-4 A~ ~ TQ~L.'~rT
TP T "'' l tT1T T 1 I1 't \ :' 17 7.
t~vl < <1 TAP>Y__11111HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES-
G So.uth Marl Street. 44 South Stare Stretw'' -
UNVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, r.T _ I01-'T m. .WID
Medical BoksLavL.oes, LANTV s ALL+iN^-,
All:1o oks me tilin ity Schoots. ',turdents, Notfe Books KitdIii i rat- Isst ring theI.u ,gest it k 1)1:oi liDies ,oiin,,s in lthec iiket.
All the Ilatest Ishides iiid nirelties ii I zousenilys mad
001 leitirLine of Sporting(Goris, iog instroinents. Over"coatiiig-. Fine vests caiih tieldof
La rgec Stock of F'ounztain) lens. Al Warraiited Fonntain Penl (Gold) for -$1.11).; No. 2 E. Washington St- near Main. G . K.V1L9
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR 0, _ ER
The best place to g;eta
figs --± Q -As -y-
.MADE TO ORDER
LATEST,, S'TYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN]ARBOR, - - - MICHL.
Lady Sfu'derifs.
(KEI) GLOVES.--499,
73a, 98tc, $1.35 aod $ $'.5o
LaiiesratIwooand lowest erices.
) 10S IER Y.-Spocial
Fast iBlacke at 25c and up~
Sate Ageniisfcar"l~reanst
Blacek Hose.
GentlemenRtudent&.
SCOLLARS, 121 15c and l7e
CUFFS, 15e aiid 25c.
TIES, 17e, 25c and 50c.
IIANDKF'S, l7e, 2,5c up.
E. F. MILLS & CO.,
Popular DryGoos ad rlCarpat * Stoe.
20 South Main.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY G- LOWEST PRICES
lnIi AmpS, iii this city. You wtilt save mioney by buyiing of us. Our
ILEI) STAll"11OtL iias no equal, burns without odor, or
ctiarriiig of wick andI gives a clear white tight.
SoldI at t1t ceiits tier galloii, delivered to any part of lire city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PE-AN & Go.
THE CAMPUS.
Weit Dean Knowltoin char-
acterized the actioni of the Anii
Arbor authiorit ie in refuisiiig the
iiiprisroncle tudeit e ileaser oil
h1ail, aie 'aIr outirage, ont iatti
derpend uiio it, therecasruoiirctli it
going to "drop in tire coutre of
sists of two counts, one forI
nmurder, the other for inaitelatigl-
EllsworthiThioiias, Frent Foot,
Wrlliaml Iiider, Edward Alorrn-
(Aiarlcs 14'. Dictas anld Henry
Lace, are tihenities of thosec at-
4 'firs days . jrcsted. Each says that lie iiot
The result oif Wediicsday- iftei-tIttly thuid ot use a clubbing nuil-
noons teniiis touirnamiint be- ket, but that litotlid iiot see oiie
tween Codd and Cooley vs. Page used. Thtoimas, oi "4Suckei
and Slociimi is 9-7 and 7-5 ii Meade," as lie is called, states
favor of the latter, positively that lie did inot partici-
Dr. Georg, whIo is attending pate in either charge of the com-i
Sergeant Granger, says that, t al-o-n. His story is as follows: "(I
though the wound is a serious one, hears (Graniger say 'Charge,'aiid
the hiaice ai iiifavri'of I says to myself, 4I ain't ini this.
patient's recovery.Iai'goagtge nylad
lIn the tciinis toiirnamienit, Miae- bunped for inobody.' I grabs nmy
lKenzie beat Siiydami in secoind- inusket, and I goes downe-itLberty
class sinigles 6-,18-61 4-6i, t-t as fast as I kiiows how. I sooii
Onie set in first-class finials wasiict flc -a!l i rist
played, IPage beaitinig Sloiiiiiblvsnatclt asvay iiy gtii, and 1Ilhails
f- off anid whacks hiimi with iiy fist,
-Let all who are iii Iown to-iiior- an' there is the narks of it, an'
row iiiglit, go to 1Rev. *.Robert that's all 1 lilt anybody, and I1
Noiirees lecture ciit"Dr. Jekyl iiever said nothing else.'
aiid Mr. Hyde." They stvill all It is reported, however, that lie
be well repraid for the timle s0 had previously told a deputy
spent.. 'sheriff that lie bad dealt the blow
In Jail, that felled Dennison.
BUJSINESS PIETOL.Y-
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
16 MAIN STRIEET,
aiteiri atenl aid ito repairing warce'
M. W . BLAKE,
VICTURCES, IAINIES, A 14 J
ART GOODS. tt6svest Reran St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
iiMauacturr at ainddeler in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Cr. or a nd Depolit iiSt.
J. HALLER
Visota r :rsins
Repiairig apaty.i
0. ciMIAFTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND iiOMiON CLFIiiNS.
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'ilUS HALK AND liAIIOACE iNSS
Nortir Main Sireet.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Blakera and der in
Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
i6 and 8E. Wa,hingien Si.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of line
]LADIES,' and GENT.4'S' s J0'
Repairingneatly doe. 43 S. Matn.St.
GR ANG ER'S
- jACADEMY OF DANCING,-(P-
Opposite law Iluilditug.
Pilillrr be received 'iaiayitune dariunl
tire seaione.
Through Vestibuied and Coionist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wiscoiisin Ceiitral rind Nortlierli
Pacific lines riiiithirough Pullmniies'
tibulted cud Coloist Sleepers betwxeei
Chicago aud Tacoma, Wash., and
Portlaiid, Oregon. The train kiacW5
aa the 'Pacific Express" leaves t16,
GIlsod Central Passeiiger Station,~
thse corner of Fifth Avenue and11
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily-
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Col-
onist Sleepers etc., apply to Gaeo. h'
THOMI'SON, 6ity Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 2055 Clark Street, or to F. X1
EDvy, Depot Ticket Agent, Grald
Central Passengerfitatlon, correr.ith
Avenue and Iharrison Street, Chi1cgo
III.
At iiooii to-day, eight of the
mrilitia company had been lodged
in jail. The charge of each con-
The prisoners have retained A.
J. Sawyer, John F. Lawrence,
and E. B. Norris, as counsel.

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