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December 04, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-04

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CLOTHING HOUSE,
71, 73, 575 Woodward Avenue DotroJ, M ichiarl
Menu, I1I'T Cl' G ENII. FUR ;+1 I : 'IIN
T.roy's, Cn*COHN HAS/ND0AD
a .
",'Latest NoVUIios ArriN Dail.
NEW BOOK STORES,
IL
6 SOUth Maid Street, 1Sst ttSre
UNIVER;ISITY TEXTBOOKS, S r . T S CG.IH.RWILD,
Medical Boiks Law Books, I BLA:NKi Boojis, ALL KINDS, V11
A1i,Books used iniCity Schools. Stiideiits, Note Books and Pasds, Draft- Is showing thLi Iiigist Stock of Full IDress Suitlins in tii mailet
Coniplete Line of Sporting Goods, ing Instriiments. All the latest shades aiiii iove'lties ini '3i'ouseiing itisd
Oveco atings. Fiiie Vescts scan li ad ot
LreStock of Ftount.ain Pens. A Warranltedi Foiiitaiii Peni (Goldh)for $1.11). No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. 14. W1bV
JAMES M. STAFFORD, THE LARGEST STOCK, IIUTLESS DPIELQTQ-
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICES WM.l ARNOLD, E
TAILO " IP6RTER Oii LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our 36 MAIN STREET, stt
"RED STAR " OIL lisa no equal, burns without odor, or S eil tetinpidtepiigW01
charring o wick and gives a clear white light. M. W. BLAKE,
Th bstplc t gt tSold at 10 ceiits pcr galloin, delivered to any part of the city. PICTU'RES, FRAMES, A4
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO- ART GOODS. 10 West H
IRS s 4-Vl; HE AMPU.PERDON LUMBER YARD.
1'1 J15 . Q A5A- u CTEhAPU.r 'iists soirec sill1 te gI "Is Maiualtrerorf and deler In
Prof l)Oo.Icrnro ii Att.Iiusnitr theauspices isf the I.0O. = T. AGINAW GANG SAWED LUM6E
MAD)E~O ORDER hiatt S Sasrday iiiglst t hiutFellows' Isall, Dec r15. v'u1aiSepl5.
I ''te olosiny s ts' itt~ts1 ro May itth tse ire' sisap -J.HALLER
LATEST TYLES iassi alsirsay ssinitest this isssrssisng sils sris sepat
LATEsST STYsLES'I' ls ssi theIoussrt souse, tsto issutheI Iso 1 'Ile'iu s p~ecialty. ,
against the stssdesnts p~ostponed.t 0. M. IARTIN,
pap i s ssasy. N\iIss I atlall a DEALER11IN
sketschiofI)sDu tliteratusre, prosf. 'Tlesann~uiat lssoomore optsjwitll ClothC ses eal
MO EAE'RCS. toge ;svioltinsosslso, 11Iiss Ilcstrick- ta~keplacDec. 1 2. ANDCasketsCOFINSta.1
aOE A EPRCS o, Miss Rose, accomopanist ; de-O .IK. Bttons, oieofthselbesttinon J. A. POLHEMUS, 0
baleo-Resolved, 'That a National memubers of tie class isf 'rh0, was -Ili _I-V -W, Z./" ^1 8
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.. ALSO 'BiUS HACK AND BAGGAGE X
Uniivcrsity should be establishsed at nmarried dulrinlg the Tllanksglvsllg North Maistret.
Washington, D. C. Aft., Mr. Has- recess to Mhiss Isa TIicknor, iof this RINSEY & SEABOLT,
A NA BR -- II-.kins, neg., Mr. D)oughty ; vocal city. Baer nddelrsin "
solo, Miss X'sllaisul, Miss IDavis ac-'The seior laws swill begis recita- 0roceries,Provision s,Flouranud~e
conmpanist. lions in Indermaur and criminal law ai8Wsigone
JOHN WOTZK5.
T1he Congregational fair supened next week, undser supervision of Maker of tie
LADIES'1 and GENTrS' 59010,
Gen~sFt~Frnishingi jept at the riisk this afternooni. Admux- quiz-masters Thompson and Bennett. Repairing neatly done. 4S. Mein s
slon i0 cents. M~any beautiful arti- 'rise send-annual entertainment ~ __
esacffrtfsrsl.given by the Webster societysil GRANGER'S
-OF L' ike's Peak or bust!I Pike's 'eak occur Wednesday Decc. 17, ill 1110 -e ACADEMY OF DANCIN6Y
or biust ! Coloraioloesllege ' II law lecture room. opposite Lave Iiidiss%.
ii .MIL 03 ne must. Senioir dents are at presenst iniirii
gaiswl b eevd taytme ,ricird etween'ci e n great demand. Appoinitments for thecseason.
P"riiicetoii 'Thansksgivingsiay,reslt I wsrk Ihave to imade several dlav illhouh -- -th l ,. . ~
i
P
Slippliestlie latest Novelties in iestiia
priced
Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear,
COLLARS, CUFFSSHRETS, We-c
At much lower rates than tihe cxciii-
sive dealers in these goods.
20 South Merin.
ill a scoire of Yale 32, P'rincetono0.
Articles oif s'aiie are constanstly
being missesd from thie cloak ansi
recitation roomis. All studensts'
roonis shosild be locked ansi a care-
ful watch kepst up.
QF'. M. Prettyman, '92, dent, has
been confined to his room this week
with tonsilitis.
TIhe class of '94lueet the second
time in tile course, "i Modern Polii-
ties," in Room A, at a21). m. Satur-
day.
advaince.
Asthe time for applortionmiIentI if
apptropiria tionus is coming sun, the
dents are very desirous that their
great needs should receive first at-
tentioni.
'91 independents' mieetinig in
Room A, Saturday, Dec. 6, at 10:30
a. mi.
Students from tsventy-five of the
New Engiand colleges met at Am.
herst during the Thanksgiving re-
cess, for systematic Bible study.
Sleepaers Between Chicago~
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin ('entral and 2 rle
Pacific lines run through Pullm all n
tibuled and Colonist Sloe pera be 30
Chireago and Tacoma,, Washl.,K
Porthand, Oregon. The train ce
as the "P'acific Express" heaVSa
Gi and Central Passenger StatiOn o
this corner of. Fifth Avenue
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. 3d.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or g
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gy1 t
TomsvCiyPsegrad0Agent, 2011 Clark Street, ox'0 tr
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, G
Central Passenger Station, onr
Avenue and IHarison Street,
Mh.
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