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December 06, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-06

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-THE N W-i
CLOTHIN'G HOUSE,
II, 173, 175 Woodwasrd Avenue, Detot, Michia,
I E1 L r H N ' H T te s N o v ie o s /\. I vi i 2 o ai u
NEW BOOK STORES,
ur
pf ',
a-
6 South MairlStreet. 4 Sol I State Stret
.. .IIl~ EIl05
Medical I oki LawBos o >BAIIWiX i.KNs -~4% S
11 ,Ilook nlaed in City School. Stl s No t e Books and Padsl raft- Is 11)oNig thenLard4 h tok f 1 il ilt. so tttSo in othe imtilooct
loitt in fSoi, oD Aoloioio ll thlatet hO 'iades.andi11noveltie10i5 Toi seri)ngs1 '5andi
'ntlee in o Sorin Cco .On Istumnt.t o ttingos. in'Vests c in Ite had otf
Lr Stock ofFlounoht iien. N Warrnitedl Fountitn Ien(Gold) lori$1.50.No. 2 E.Washington Et., near Main. Q .''.~
JAMES M. STAFFORD, THE LARGEST STOCK, flJOINES PIIILOTOR r
GRILDR GE ATEST"V A R I E TY LOWS PICES WM. t ARNOLDEEE
(l1 11i ei LAMPS, ini this ectte. You woill sNtsr inoney y h i nof us. (hir~~ :l114Ssll'Hiehs.n eSTRtbEEiTs itottodo 0
chairing of wick and gises a1 clear white light. M. W . BLAKE,
Soldt at 1i cenits per gallon, delivered to any part of the eity. 1PI:ClTRE, FRAMES, Alp
4lt4 tpae ogtSOUT'H rMAIN ST. jPEANP & CO- Anr GOODS. 1o west Huoo
MADE TO OR DER-
LXT1EST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MiCtH.
HOIDAY HINTS.,
. Draws Near.
NVhat will 5011 take,
*home witolloo1.
'resenits itoe the '"Friendis?"'
Our Stock of Holiday Goods
and Novelties
Will answethtis questioni for yoiu.
. hundreds of Styles
i .andkerchiefs,
Gloves, Umbrellas,
and Fancy Articles
to select from.
E, F. MILLS & 0O.1
20 South Main.
Dhry Goods and Carpets.
THE AMPS, lpa Nl Iogrr, ~cc. GI S o: FERDON LUMBER YARD,
THE AMPS. ll~ia Ni lro~e01i. Ice.6. 90: Mianeseoieeeo sf ndlodesler in
The ot i ito I asoiciety niece s Mu01sic. lss 01Mr. (Chas. Ilill. SGINIAW GANG SAWED LLUM SE
recitantion, M .7.01 Msi or. Ii's i nd 10,1 li)Sis
I-tviiigit , at 7 :30, i1n the lictielliC -Isi. i-ot- ____ ______
lalorilocs . Die p ioram no i.,ts via'l, Il. 701I. andtK. OKiannete. J. HALLER
0 t I t ;0 ctOri Xiiwith lnlc 1 lelati licsesolvcl, 'hat Ia lev;I.h in501 0
5tatll: 14'11'.N%' o. j 15 nenililice to thed nainval iteesaiine t isecmioai. -.
constituti .~ ~ oould be for ihie best 0. M. MARTIN,
Willthepc - (,n-ho7ooffal oV(,I- RALE tIN
coat litvi i tto Irvfrom lieliirary tt\itist I.0vc.K" Cloth Caskets, M1etalic~
buildling ts esiot,t 11 Nihos, "re.looi. e. ANt) COMMON CoFFaIN.
le sane lv to hoslco arol's office? '7 h els ~.I.icllaii. -J .PLEUS
71 noi~ 11.701. 11. and K. Qu)artette. -J. 'V ]E7
Thei Senior frito oswill holid ther ALSO 'BLS HACK AND BlAGGAGE S E
cauens to-inittOw intol the fac t thfie niass North Main Street. Tesegigpry ossigo etnfrcmiigteahei ISY&SAOT
abioiit towenty young ladies ande gel> orgaiziations wsnsbilted for. thicBakers8and dealers i '
tlezenmosly g3', wichwen tosaint hour thaat tic Freshomain tlec- Groceries, Provision s,Flou rand Fe
Wttitiimosty'9e wih e t ioni oas, 94's elections sas hoot- an8E.WsigoSt
ti itmort take last rigtht,reports ain JOHN WOTZKE,
excclteiit tinie. 1polied fur a sreck. 'Fli FreshmenMkrst.e
coiisiercodthat tieimass5 hctinig LADIES' acid GENTS'f 9
Thle Delta Gammas gave ax part),seas of iiore importance to fte tepairinnatly done. 43S as inst'
nast night. swtolteh-iiiversity than the lttiioiiRAGE'
Mr .70.lire,'2 a etof '94's iifficers, soi they ptpoiied .
ohttgtethaving secured a gooioii i5 'for a sweek ndelalt sn wentiienlmasso ' DM O AGN~
tion in St. l~ootis, 7'Mi. it' is ittn.OppositeI.a« BuildingC
't'ic(titiig orl~eenlie tns 'n'ticexanatioii (f the eight 1lpis iwiiterecetived it antiotlia
fineartile an ahletcs n Oho co- ;thieseasons.
tii' nt oe o nti hic ii (tin il iiitia men eiigagedl in ttie recent-
leats. ei'sa otk laeyscdo olThrough Vestibuled and CcelOi5
'Flt S'iior 100 hiiterelwt wtis bentoiirielac focrd ' ut Sleepers Between Chicago and
The Snior aws ay e lectdoctet..J Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
Ahbiott bee-tadjourned ioi ofetheirk. land Oregon.
Abbot bse-bll aptin o thir tr. Gatchetlhtans proiici to "isv 'ITie Wisconsin Central iid Noxl~e
class eam t aciflineshue nathrough Pullma eI
chostem.ipolic entertainmeiit afterthe tibuled and Colonist SleeperslaetWe
A. 1t. Johnls, lawo, '90, 1islirnotie-(tholay vacation, in whtihtilie weill Chicago and Taconma, WVas h., VI
iiig at Oaklandl,Ioswa. perform alt tricks of toe minid reader Portland, Oregon. The train 1-1ti
l as the "Pacific Express" leaves
Flitformer menabers of Lyceumi J ohstone,including the safe opening Gland Central Passenger StatiOl,
the corner of Fifth Avenue
No. outnieet to-night at 7:30, it' contest. T1he receipts of the enter- Harrison Street, at 10:45P..d:-0
Rooni 24. tainment still go for the gynmnasium For tickets, berths in Pullman or8
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to GOO
D)r. WtVinchel l will speak before fund. 'Taomorsose, City Passenger and'ik
the Geological Society one sweek At thoe regular meeting of Hobart Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to~a
from to-night, on (lhe subject, "Pre- Guild last evening twcnty new mem- CentDYPaseonTer ttioAorerP,
historic Man". brswere eetC.AenanHargrtison r, Cic
Ml.

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