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December 02, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-02

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T1uE Is )' A
CTI-ING HOUSE
171, 73, 75 Woodvw d AvenueDetro itB A g
ChIldr n..(JILOTH1JINC1Gil ASND11511N NIi
FI1 latest NovoltcsAr fnn:fai]OlL4.
NEW BOOK STORES,
. ; 40
P4
02
6 South Maul Street. 44~ So't 1 State Stroot,
UNIVEIRSITY TEXT-BOOKSG.H.WILD,
Medical BooksLaw Books,'BA .LiAl! Kas
At:Nl1f~)tS 1.I 1~ lllooks ued in City shools. Sbideiits Note Books and 1'.sd3,1)ialt I s ltiln tihe Laigest Stock of Ful11 Dress 5iitiiigs ii the market.
Compete ine f Shrtin (Rods. ng IstruentsIAllthe Ilatest shades 0(1 lnovelties i Iroozserings sand
Comlet 1,iieof poringGoos. ng iistoiicits.Overcoatinig. ilne Vests caii be had of
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A1 Warranted Fountlainii en (Gold) for $1.50. No. 2 E. Washington St., near main. G. H. WILD.
JAME M, TAFFIRDTHE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY a LOWEST PRICES
TAILOR On LAMPS, in this city. You will save moniey by buying of us. Our
- chiarriii; of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at Illccints per galloin, delivered to ainy part of the cite.
Th etIlc ogl 44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEAN & GO-
fJ9RS 4± Q .s&51- 014
MADETO ORDER
LATEST' STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN-ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
Gents' Fur'nishing Dept
-OF
Eig F. MILLS ( 0.,
Su1pplies the latest Novelties in miediuimi
priced
Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear,
C OLLARS, C (rF1s, SISii, Etc.
At much lower rates than the excls-
sive dealers in these goods.
THE CAMPUS.
fThe snedies and niedical psrofes-
sois are mulch interested about a
subject in thio dissecting rooiii
whose lieait lies onl the righit side.
This very rarely occurs.
Gco. llel'roii, law "1, atoefur-
key at his ]ionicenGad ais
J. W. Browning, law '91,
dined with his brother at Toledo
on Tlianiksgiving (liy.
The next conicert of the Cliloral
Uniion series will be given Dec.
10th, by the New 'York Philhar-
mnonic Clusb and a soprano soloist.
As yet, not enough season
tickets have been sold to warrant
a seconud concert by the Boston
Symphony Orchestra. Every one
who intends purchasing a season
ticket is requested to do so before
the concert Dec. 10th, so thse
committee will be able to decide
npoii the seconid concert of Syn-
phsony Orchestra. To secure this,
concert there must be is goodl sale
of tickets.
All lits who bolted yesterday
will have to recite the hours
missed to their instructors ; so
says a prominent professor.
The Oracle board wishaes a Fl-
nis cut to be sent, in and also a
cut for grinds.
Miss Hilah Allen, '91, is en-
joying a visit from' her sister, -of
Portland, Michs.
The mnsical program of Adel-
pisi has been postponed.
The Pennsylvania Club held its
4t11 Annual Bamiquet Tliaiks-
-ivilig night, ini Nickel's lall.
The followiiig toasts wer'e re-
spoided to: Literary 1Depart-
Inent, II. 11. Sharpless. MAedicail
D)epartmienit, 'sni. JBlair. Law
D~epartiient, N. A. :Phillips.
Pharmiacy Departmliient, Miss Al.
Beard. The Ladies, F. It. Staik.
Rtespoiise, Miss 11l. 0. Staufft.
The Commonwealth, J. A. P~ark.
Toastmaster, S. Ml. Ysitzy. At
the meeting Saturday mnorning,
the following officers were elect.
ed: President, B. W. Booth;
secretary, Miss Mary 11eard;
treasurer, J. MT. McGill. Vice-
presidenits: Literary Dept., M. J.
flosack; ;Medical Dept., Miss
Stoner; Law Dept., A. L. Jones;
Ilomeopathiic Dept., Miss Dillon;
Pharmacy .Dept., Miss M. Heard;
High School. J. 13. Brooks.
The Castalian will appear about
April 1.
The Lecture Associationi have
taken a good step in-Adeciding not
to have the seats reserved at
Stanley's lecture. It surely is us
great favor to students wh11 could
not get back early enough from
their Chiristmias festivities to oh-
tains good seats.
S. M. McCalmnont, '93, has re-
turned to the University.
Mr. Beardsley, '91, law, and
Mr. .Birkmir, '92, pharmic, were
visited by their mithers during
Thanksgiving vacation.
IDUSIITLSS DIRECTORiY-
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELE9'
+3i MAIN STRIEET,
Special attenition paid to repairing wstsbal
and Jecwei,-v_ ..
M. W. BLAKE,
P'3CTrURES, FRAMES, A 390
ART GOODS. is West Huroe5.
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Mancfacturer oc and dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BED
Cor 'ucti amid DI)ot SIts.
Ss J. HALLER
46 Soy iiinlAIN ST.
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER11IN Q
Cloth Caskets, Metali
ANll COMMON CFIS
J. A.PULHEMUS,
ALSO 'IIUS HACK AND IIASIOA(;E ISly
Northi MaiStreet.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakern and dealers in
Groceries, Provisions,Flour auidFe'
KSand S . WashingnS..-
JOHN WOTZKE,
Makereof Se
LADIJES' and GENSTS'vSH0
Repairing neatly dane. 43lS. Salen5
GRANGER'S
~ACADEMY OF DANCiNG,
OPPosite 1Jaw Buldcing.
20 South Main.

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