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November 20, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-20

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T4E U cl ' DAILY
---THE NEW
CLOTHING HOUSE,
71,[73, 75 Woodlward Avenue, Detroit, Miciga
len's CL T I un -iM (L N 1E.1I \'s F tlIN(=
Chidr sCL11N H/\TS AND j 1WS
Ba LatstoNvelis Arrvira L_.
NEW BOOK STORES,
C!D
~~s
6 South Main Street, 44 South State Street,
-+ A T A'' ( 4
I mmomommommoom
UNiV ERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, T T~~~ .H ID
Medical Books, Law Books, _BLANK BooKs, ALL KINDS, Z9
AlljlBooks used in City Schools. studeiits, Note Books and Pads, Draft- Is showving the Latigest Stock otf1Full Diess Suitisgs in the market.
Comlet Lue o Sprtig; ood. ig Istrmens.All the lte st sasi ndni- oveltes in 1rouserings and
Compete ineof Sortng Co a. inginstunints.(0wo tinngs.1FineVests canii te had Of'
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.; No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. H. WL
JAMES M. STAFFORD,
TAILOR ~IMP ORTRJ
The best place to get a
THDE L.ARG:.
GREATEST VARIEfl
Ott LAMIP5, in ths city. You will
'1ED STAR " OIL has noE
chtarrintg of wick and gi
Sold at 10) cenits per gallon, delivere,
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
1 lgs ; ± Q12 72k&11gliN
THE CAMPUS. I
IThe followinig is the Adelpi
MAD=O ORDERt program for Nov. 22: Vocal
Solo, Miss Volland, Miss Davis
LATEST] STYLES (acconmpanist); Essaty, Miss
Latlhatm; Lecture, ''A Sketch of
* AT~DDutch Literature, Prof. D'Ooge;
,. Music, Delta Beta Delta Quar-
MODERATE PRICES, tette. Debaite; Resolved, that a
National University should be
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.. established by the government at
Washington. Aff.,Ii. D. H~askins,
ANN]ARBO0R, - - - MICII. Neg., R. W. Doughty. General
Debate. Vocal Solo, Miss Vol-
saturday Only. land1, Miss Davis (accompanist).
____________________ Tle inquest over Dennison's
death met to-day according to the
We Shall Sell on Saturday. adjournment. Up to thie time of
gointg to press nothing of special
The best $1- Laundried Shirt for - 89c. importance~ has been brought out.
An extraqdualitynlaundried shirt 6fe. Chancellor Stomie, of the Kan-
The heat 5ce. Shirt in Ann Arbor - 42c. sas State University, recently paid
Cuffs worth 20c. at - - - ;15c.a visit to our University. Thee
Collars worlt 25c, at - - - Ile. contemiplate adding a school of
All linienmiI'st'd ltank'f a worth. Medicinte at that institution, amid
25c. - - - - - 17c the chancellor was senit to Ann
EST STOCK, 3INLESS DER LOTO.Y.
f LOWEST PRICES -- W.AROD
11 save montey by buying of uts. Our Oi MAIN STREET,
equal, burns without odot or Specoat attention paid tos repairing watche5
yves a clear white light. M. W. BLAKE,
, to any part of the city. rnCTiuRES, FRAMES, A740
p EANl & GO- AtRT GOODS. 10 West Huron St-
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
ing the proceedintgs aigainst thie Mantufacurersofad dester in
Mayor dropped. AGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Extra program it itAdelpiiball CrFothadDptS.
Saturday night. J "HALLER
Mirs. ,Jamnes B. Angell is at- t 46i ~SiTHsi MAIN ST.
tendinig thse ladies' commtittt RpangasecialtM.ATN
meeting of the World's Fair, tat DEALER IN
Chicago, this week. Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS.
The Detroit University Club, J. A._POLHE -U
made tip chtiefly of U. of M'. Z- -71RI.
aluimtui, has disbanded. ALSO0'BUS HAtCK AND BAGGAGE LINS1
NrhMain Street.
Sneak thieves being in townt,
is avisblefor to eep RINSEY & SEABOLT,
it i dial o students linee Bkers and dealers in
their roonts locked. Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
Prof. D}'OogE, at Adelphi hall, 8 and 8SE. Wshington t
JOHN WOTZKE,
Saturday nightt.Maeofln
LADIIES' and GENTiS' SsxoZg'
As Prof. Stanley is obliged to Repairing naty done. 48.Saiast
be out of the city Saturday, the GRANGER'S
class in College songs will not d CDEYOFDNCN,.~
meet. e-
We are requested to announice Opposie ILaw Building.
that the student, Fred Parsons, Pupisewillibe received ai any time duri~il
Hosiery, Suspenders, &c. at the
GentP' Furningnq Dep't:
-OF-
7,F. F MLLS & 00.,
20 South Main.
Arbor to finid on what principle
our school is conducted. lie also
investigated the system by which
the accounts are kept at the Stew-
ard's amid Treasurer's offices.
Thewe is considerable bad feel-
ing in the' Law department con-
cerning the action of two members
of the Senior class relative to hay-
is not tihe same person as thte mtil-
itia roan of the same nante who
was recently arrested.
11. F. Johns, Law '91, returned'
last night to conmplete the course.
Thme Jeffersonian Society his
been adjourned till next Montday
evening.
Charles Dudley Warner recently
lectured in the Phi Beta Kappa
course at Yale on the subject of
";The Relation of Life and Litera-
ture."
Through Veatibuled and Colonist
Sleepers' Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
and Oregon.
The Wisconisin Central and Nortiers
Pacific lines run through Pullman Vex'-
tibuled and Colonist Sleepers betweelS
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland Oregon. The train knovr"
as the ' Pacific Express" leaves the5
Gi and Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue and
IHarrison Street, at 10:45C P. X. dailY-
For tickets, berthus in Pullman or Col'
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to hGmO.0%
TumosMssose, City Passenger and TirOt5
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F.3
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, G01114
Central PassengerStation, corner1GZth
Avenue and H arrison Street, Chhc49
Ill.

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