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November 24, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-11-24

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THE IT "r M AILYl
THE NEW-
CLOTHING HOUSE, Otm
Ill, 13, 175 Woodward Avee, DetroitM
CldesCLO'llRtNG H/ATS /AND &ARC:
zri -Ltet NoveltioesArrivingDolyt
NEW BOOK STORES,
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6 South Main Street. 44 South State Street, .H^ T
UNIV ERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, S, 11. _'1011T=
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANK Books, ALL MINDS,14 0 1 M A
All 3ooks used in City Schools. Students, Note Books and IPadsIDraft- Is slioving the Largest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
CopeeLine of Sporting (4oods. ing Instruments. All the latest shades and novelties in Trouserings and
CompleteON-ercoatings. Finie Vests cani he had of
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50. No. 2 E. Washington St.. near main. G. H. W1L9)
~JAMES M. STAFFORD, THE LA.RG:
GREATEST VARIETi
Ii On LAMPS, in tliis.city. You wit
+ N " R-lED STAR" 1 OIL heas nof
TAILO It. IL 0 RE~s charring of wick and gi
Sold at t0 cents per gallon, delivere'iebs laet e
Thehes plce o gt a 44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
MADF5TOORDER
LATESTtl STYLES
MODERATEPRICES.:
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANNIARIOR, - - - MICH.
THE
Genie' Furninsing Dep't.
-OF-
EI F. MILTD & 00.,
Setpplies the latest Novelties in mzediaue
priced
Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear,
COLLAIIS, 01-FFs, SHIRTaS, Etc.
At much lower rates than the exclui-
sive dealers in these goods.
20 South Main.
THE CAMPUS,
Mr. A. C. Reitbrock, Law '91,
sta rted fur the South this morning
Iwhere lie wsill spendf the winter.
On his way lie ill stop at Wash-
ington, ID. C., to at tend the Sigina
Clii conventiont.
Tihe 18th bieninial convention of
Siginia Chii Fraternity will be
held in Waslingt on, D. C., Nov.
20-28, l1t90.
All those wimo won miedals in
thme fta11 field sports can get thm
by calling upon G. M. Wisner,
17 North State street.
Woodson's trial was postponed
this smorning until Dec. S. The
trial of the five others, which was
to have been Dec. 3, has been
put off till Dec. 4.
Most of the witnesses in i the
Dennison inquest camse to the.
DAILY office this msorning an(l
signed their testimony for Coroner
Clark.
Woman's League at Tea.
The Woman's League gave an
enjoy-'ble afternoon tea, Saturday,
from 3 to 5. About 300 Unoiver-
sity girls were present, and many
of the ladies of the faculty. The
benches were removed from Prof.
Kelsey's room, which was then
hand~somely decorated with rugs,
tapestries, and potted plants.
r
ETSTOCK, BINESS' 3DIR ET@1Y-
fd LOW ES~T P IC SWM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELE~I
equal, horns without odor, or s a etio adt rpiig $
ives a cleatr-white light. M. W. BLAKE,
d to, ny part of the city. SpIc'5URES, FRAME'S,A 0
W~EAN & CO- AR'T GOODS. l5a West Rurov 51
FERDOJN LUMBER YARD.
Al clever device was adopted to Manufacurrer e nd deater in
get the ladies acquaited with one SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBE
another. Each had a refreshiment c orhen ipiSe
card which reqtuired her to go J"ALE
through the crowd thoeroughily, in 4e6 o s, m
search of her lparttner, flies necess-- Repir M.MARTecilNy
itating the making of acqmtaint- DEALEft IN
aneces and social intercourse. Cloth Caskets, lMetallic0
AND COMMON COFFINS. -
The Jeffersonian Society,. _!._I . POHEMUS ,
ALSO 'IU5 RACK AND BIAtGGAGELia
The following programme will North Mete Street.
be given at this evening's meeting RINSEY & SEABOLT,
of time Jeffersonian Literary So- Bakers and dealers is
ceyin the law building : Groceries, aPado8Evish inFlSrsnd .Feed,
Declamation--------------Miss Lee JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker or asse
Essay--.----Miss It. F. Downing I.ADIES, and GE-NrTS' SsEO'
Biography-------------- Miss Jenny Repairing neatly done. 435S. Main 6t.
Music, College Songs-----------GRNES
_--Members of the SocietyeRNE'
Dehate: Resolved, That no further - ACADEMY OF DANCING, -T
restrictions should he placed_
on immigration. Aft., C. W.
Well, A. Rl. Pudewa ; neg., J.
Merry, H. It. Kershaw.
ATH4LETIC NOTES.
Andover won the annlual And-
over-Exeter foot-ball game played
Nov. S, by score of 16--0. This
game makes the sixth of the series
for Andover agalist five for
Exeter.
A big kick is being made at
I
."MLLOV"
For tick(
Yaleand rinctonon acoun ofonist Slea
Yal an Prnceon n cuntofTgoMpsc
the raise in price of admission for Agent,2
the alePrineto gam tooneEDDY,
the ale-rincton ame o on Cenral
dollar. Avenue
Ill.

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