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November 19, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-19

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TI-ITU (WM TDAITLy
CLOTH-~ENG OUE'- e
1 71,13,75 Woodward Aveue D trot, 1 l
itesu Noveltes R r r v1n a ~ ~ ~ -.-~
NEW BOOK STORES, ______
6 South Maiq Street. 44 South State Street,
UNIVERSITY TEX'T-BOOKS, C'~ . H. WILD,
MedesalBookLawr Books, LANK Boois, ALL KiNDs, 'A I O *M ~ -V --
All' looks used to City Schools. Students, Note Books and Pads, D)raft- Is show ig the Lsrge st stoc k of FullDress, Suitings in tihe market.
Compete ineof Sortng Gods ingInsrumets.All the latest shade s andInoveltiesi1 Irousering~s and
{Oni~let Lie ofSporing(toas. ig Istroiieits.Overcostings. F ie Vgsts (cani le liaudof
Large Sitork: of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Penl (Gold) for $1.51). No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. H. WILE),
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
Thle best plato to get a
fJS ±QIzASVI+U~'
MADE TO ORDER-
LATEST; STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19s SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANNjARI3OR, - - . MICIT.
Lady SiudentS.
KID GLOVES.--49c,
730, 980. $1.35 and $1.5o
Largest liun and lswear; rices.
HO S I E RY.-Special
( Fast Bllacke at 250 and, ul)
Sate Agents ftax Lienafat"
Biack Hose.
Gentlemen studenfS
COLLAR1S, 12,15fc and 17c
CUFFS, 15c and 25c.
TIES, 17c, 25c and 50c.j
iINDF', 7, 25c tsp.
IF, .HILLS & 0.
Popular 1Dry goods aan aret "tsre,
20 South Main.
THE L.ARG:
GREATEST VARIETY
On LAMPS, ini this city. You wilt
IED STAID" OIL has noe
charring of wick and gi
Sold at it) tents per galloit, delivere44SUHMIST
THE CAMPUS.
Mirs. Mary A. Livermore will
deliver her lecture entitledl
"P41erils of the Rlepublic' before
unity Club, Saturday evening
Nov. 22, at the unitarian chuirch.
Everyone should hear lici, she be-
ing tiemeIost lnoted woman
lecturer in America.
The Ftresbnman Election will
take place next Saturday, at 2
p. in., in Room A.
The ladies of thse Congrega-
tional Church are making exten-
sive preparations for a fair the
first week of December. Partic-
nlars will be given next week. It
will be a good place to find a gift
for Christmsas.
A number of Harvard mnen are
planning to take a trip through
France on bicycles next summer.
A quartette of Swarthimore Stu-
dents traveled through England
in that mnanner a few yeas ago.
Tbe higbeat price paid for the
private boxes at the Yale-Prince-
ton game was $115.
The Harvard Glee Club has
been granted the privilege of
taking a Christmas trip by tbe
faculty.
The Freshmen at Cornell are
trying to raise $1,500 for their
class crew.
EST STOCK, BIISIiTNESS PILLCIORY-
b LOWEST PRICES --CWM.ARNOLDLE
1 save mney by hosing otftts. Otto8 MAIN STREET.
qit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Seca 1bussttutoltm,5rtattention paidtmreairing 4 tch
yes a clear white light. M. W .BLAKE,
Ilto anry tart of the city. PICTURIES, FRtAMES, A740
)DEAN & GO. ART G ooDs. 15 west Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Brown has arranged to play Manufacturer of anmd deater in
Wesleyano at Springfield, Nov. 21. SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BER
tsor. Fsiirth andr Depot Sts.
Newell, .3, is snakiitg togreat -''
''iep' tttackle ont the Harrvatrd!, 3. HALLE R, .
liine. I di S,00 Ti1M AIN 5T.
Nbssatliusetts Inisttitte of - 0. M.MARTIN,
Tehooywill probably do DEALER IN
Telologe drtern . Cloth Caskets, Metallic,
out of h EseIn otercollegiaote AND COaMMON COFFINS.
Foot-Ball League at the close of J . A. POLHiEMUS, ....
the presenmt seasons. Tl =v R-1,T ~ j
Time Aioherst gynasim is ALSO 'OltT5 HACK AND BAGGAGE £155
gymnasiumNorth Main street.
one of the most complete in the RINSEY & SEABOLT,
college world. A bae ball cage Bakers ad dealers in
has just been added to its facili- Groceries, Provisions,Flourand Feed,
8 and S ..WashmngtonStL
ties. JOHN WOTZKE,
At a recent meeting of time As IADIES' anndGENrTS'! SS(O
sociation of Alanini of Columbia Repairing neatly dane._48 . Mn St-~~
College it was decided to purchase GRANGERS
a tract of land at Williamsburg, aACADEMY OF DANCING,-~
on tlme Harlem railrmoad, for a new opst ~w>li<ig
athletic field. Eighty thousand p
dollars is to be raised for the pupis wiilOre received at any time durmng
grounds, and the corporation is ox- ----- --
Through Vesimbuled and Colonic~
petted to give $2,500 annually for Sleepers Between Chmcago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
the running expenses. land Oregon.
It i sad tat lage ajoity The Wisconsinl Central and Nortlie
It i sad tat lage ilaj3riy Pacific lines run through Pullman Vs
of the graduating class of Exeter tibuled and Colonlist Slepsera hetWeS
Chicago and TacomaW ash.,a
Academy will eniter Yale next Portland, Oregon. The train ll l
year.as the "Pacific Express" loaves tile
year. Gi and Central Passenger Station,
President Hlarper, the president the corner of Fifth Avenue
of thle New Chicao University Harrison Street, at 1e:45 P. M. dail:
Chicago yFor tickets, berths in Pullman or C01
is to receive a salary of $10,000. onist Sleepers, etc., apply to .0
THomO'eoa, City Passenger and !l~
Woodson 's trial baa been post. Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to '" d
pndtill next Monday, on at- EDDY, Depot Tieket Agent , Gran
polled Central PassengerStation, cornor f
count of Justice Pond's illness. Avenue and Harrison Street, ChicS%0
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