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November 15, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-15

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TuE t: OT 'M.DAILY
CLOTHING HOUSE, 9LT T~Ih BKNR
C~id' O RINGHPVFS AND 0@/#FS
F-.-LatesE Novelties Arr viva DaiLi.
NEW BOOK STORES,
LAQ QOFF , the {,atest(raze,
~~~ - ALI T T ' ~
~Mi~Y''%P~FI9~ I3i 'HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES -
6 South Main1 Street. 44 South Stage Street, G I ID
U IVERSITY TEXT-1300RS, G. H.IOWILD,
Medical Boms Law Books, 1iiE.NIi Bo~s, ALi KINb1
Al1Iioks sedin itySchols ~ tdeits oteook an Pas. ~r~t- Is Tho wing te Largest Stocki atf ull Dress Suzitiug s in the market.
a ; e Itltceiit, rtol ok andfact, DrftAll1 the latest shades am! novelties in Trouserings iand
Comnplete Line of Sporting(Gods. lug; Instrumen~ts. (jvercaiig(i fine vets can rbeuhad of
Large Stock of Founitain Yens. A Warranted Fouintaipi Yen (Gold) for $1.50.: No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. H. W1L9'
JAMES M, STAFFORD,
TAILOR1j.!P6RTER,
The best place to get a
.MADE TO ORDER
LAffTE~T STYLES
MODERATE PRICE~S,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANNIARI3OR, - - - MICAI.
LadySfudent3e,
(KID GLOVES.--49c,
73c, 98c, $r.35r and $c.o
Largest liue and lowest prices.
11 0 S I EIR.Y.-Special
Fast Blacke at 25C and up
Sole Agents fox 'Clean fast'
Black Hose.
THE LA.RGI
GREATESTVARIETY
OilN'NIPS, in thijs city. You will
"RED STAINR OIL leasroe
charring of wick and gi
Sold at 10) cents per gallon, delivere44SUHMIST
THE CAMPUS.
The suibject of Rev. Air. S8un-
derland's discourse to-mo~rrow
will be "U1,nivcersaliim, Its llistory
Adl( Relation to Unitarianism."
The Mlieligan Senior haws have
chosen 1B. Waples as their candi-
date for class president.
Watrous, Psi [U, was not ar'-
rested Wednesday evening, as
stated ini Thursday's DAILY.
F. W. Benz, '92 Law, went
homne to St. Paul to-day on ac-
count of his brother's death.
Chase and Hovey won the
finals in doubles in the Harvard
lawn tennis tournament recently,
defeating Tallant and Lee, 86,
6-4, 6-0.
Tile subject of the discourse in
the Presbyterian church SundaN,
evening is the "Creation of tllc!
EST STOCK, BUSINESS DERlLCTGRY,
r cLOWEST PRICES WTCWFMANLD,EEE
1 sage mney by buying of us. Our 36 MAIN STREET,
equal, buns w ithiouit oor o01calatention paid to repairing Watcee
ivesa clear white light. M. w. BLAKE,
' to1 any par't of the cit} . rTuRs, FRAMES, A 7
pEANq & GO0 ART GOO~fDS. 10 west Huronl St
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
you ever find any practical use Manufacturer of and dealer in
for what you learned at college?" I AGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBgER
Second S. 13. AM.-"Um-yes. j U . ourth
One niight when burglars got into JHLE
my house T scared thein ofd w ith 46SOUTH ,,:,x, ST.
a college yell. "-N. Y. Weelyv. Rpiigaseily
O. M. MARTIN,
Wendell IBaker, harv ard,'83Cloth tI
ran 200 yards at the' Berkeley Alt Caskets, Metallic
Berkley ND COMMON COFFINS.
Oval, Saturday, in 20 seconds, A.PLE US
thus breaking the world's record "1E T
for that distance. ALSO 'BCS HACK AND BAGGAGE L0
The governor-elect of Michigan RINSEY & SEABOLT,
is a college graduate. Bakers and dealers in
Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed
The University Gun 'Club, of 6 and SE. Washington St.
Princeton, held its second shoot JOHN WOTZKE,
Saturday afternoon. LADIES, and CmErNT8' ,SMOZO
Repairing neatly done. 43 $. Main St.
The Glee Club has been asked
to sing at one of the Detroit thea- GRANGER'S
tors this evening. The two elev- - CDM FDNIG
ens will occupy boxes at one of Opposite L~aw BUilding1.
the theater. Pupils will be received at any tim e during
the sason.
bu n on"u n vrilttenmeot nl ' udent (, m. .Wht" aw Charles F. Dietas was included in TroghVestibuled and Colonist
J_ Lls2 5 adno dtr fteLgag the list of those who were arrested. Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
Dunioratediod afthe ~LagractTn sisagk anegadyland Oregon.
C1LA.ZS,12 15 ad 1c emora ded t is om C~t.Thi i amistaeadc egldy The Wisconsin Central and Northern
CUFF 15 and25c c . , 'Pacific lines run through Pullman Vey"
UFS1can 2c. 2,3 make the correction. tibuled and Colonist Sleepers betwveel'
1Th,25cand~i~. FrstSuccssfl Bsinss an licChicago and Tacoma, Wash. and
TIES, 1c 5 n 0. FrtScesu uiesMi h Detroit Times yesterday Portland, Oregon. The train knoWll
IJANDKiF'S, 17c, 25c up.-as had only a common school quoted Sheriff Dwyer as saying, Gianhd Centra I Epss"e Staition at
education, but I found it sufficient, that no more town fellows should the corxer of Fifth Avenue an
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P.31. daill-
NATT ~You, I believe, were a college be arrested until at least one stu- For tickts, berths in Pullman or Cl
"7Secnd SccesLul dnt0ha.beegraadd.atwyeronist Sleepers, etc., apply to GBo. $*
" Secnd Sccesful dnt hd benjaieu.twyerTHompsow, City Passenger and Ticket
Business Man-,"Yes, graduated says that it is false, and that he .Agent, 24~5 Clark Stree, or to F.J-
Popular Dry Good~s and Carpet !Stare. with high, honors, too." First S. can not imagin where the report Cet l inerTi AgentGs'
20 South Main. 1B. M.-"(Now tell me truly. Did originated. Avenue and Hlarrison Street, chfe9
Ill.

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