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December 08, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-08

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'THE U flu M. DAILY
CLTHING HOUSE,
17, 173, 75 Woodward Aves Dss rt1 IciA 11
The Clothier,
-IS O)FFERIING~---
-2Latest NovOeitls kArrv[1 ii.,z
NEW BOOK STORES,
4 TAP~Th
6CSouthMaiq Street. 4 Souti h.Sta;Sr
UNIX ER~I1X T BOC)Ilib, T T
Mecarl Looks, Lava Pools DIBAN BOK . ALL KIND>1
A l1.3onks used1inl City Schools. Stdtn,'NoteBoos and111Pads, 1Draft-
Compjlete Linle of Sporting hoods., leg lustirnts.
BLACK INIDER WECAR AT $1.50, $2.(F) AND 1,4.010.
BIARGAINS IN L-NDIINEARI AT 95c AND 98c
Is sho wing the La+rgest Stock (i'hull Dress Settings in the market.
All the latest shades and noltdies in Troese>ringa and
Os ereoatingti. Fine Pests can he hail of'
Nn_9 1 W -hncxnnc,- - ea Man.G. H. W ILD0
laai eStckaSofloibntanl 11Pens. A
Warranted Fountaixr Pell (Gold) for $1.50.
JA~THE LARGEST STOCK, MJSIITL'SDP ECPOO
FSM TFOD RATEnsT V RETY CLO EST PRICES M WM. ARNOLD,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELERY
r.Ii~I~tJ ~ If~fP63.'J'~T{ Is l.AIPS, ill this city. You will salve m5one~ y y llg otfn(us. AI STOurl
1a-PaRE"IIlED)STARl " 01 has no equal, hurns -witlIolt 011(r1 01 4t1n1ec1tione101 OlitfWI
ellarrillg of -,nick alnd gives a clear white light. N . W . BLAKE,
t laegt'Sold at 10 ceants per gallon11, delivered to ally part of the city. I'IC'TL RS, F RAMES,
The bestplcto.,ta 44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEA N & CO. AmrT coons. 10 Wes ll llnRSt,
tJ + ' iR T' 1jl TH CAMUS.FERDON LUMBER YARD,
- J]'l...Q( 4.~ ' HE C M U.ieOrac((i latrll is has ing(( 11- Sanfatrn er of and d1letr in
'lioso i lihill9;(to take Prof . eideiab ut1 il/hic ill iii selecting1 aSAGINAWGANG SAEDept
1T _ )E TO ORiIDERFI. 111)111 5 ell i Ill -SI intily 1ree 11 li i sl oli 1 tlsJH LE
r~~nser rn ~ lii. ld i ind ain iiiill lo S 11 1(111
ATE~j5{( 1IIiZ l llrillii siltl Iili the l ai 111 111 leaii --ae~is
1'11csl II ii i 5 :11 II I i ic . or hre1O . M. 'IARTIN,
Ilill 1111r00ri1.er 5T 11rs liz niri111111 El ~i IN
1 11 t 1 i teta t te stainer 0 ,Cloth Casklets, BMetall
t. IA~NlD (:.1111N i l 1
?vOEAT II CES. :vcsin.: l ii, ;x'1.itI Nll a sl 11\Isj'ittlisl. l ~J."A._PULHEMUS
11d hi tteimbelii 7 ;133 uesibers. - E.. ] \7 .
11 15 Cs1icr (eeln, ris peolhe ftroi21ii ll h t" oIne- n an i~11> 10'It IEK 1 l/ lAt~i
19 SOUTH MAIN ST., qunarters arc 119 (sig heir initel- Norli lainSteed.
nxl~~rnssi Satuardlay, cnltains a isait coluimt n ______re-_________________
AN RO, ~tioli of tStli.'ut itflPres. .sgell's lenture hleforn RINSEY & SEABOLT,
WtIs l i lt 'ttne I.ilarary readintg thet seitticti Cettsry (lob. 'Iac llkero anlsdenlersen a a de
roombebetterventilated?_Itshould roceries, ProvisionsFlouanE
oolI rbitrnetlinItsolectnure wan giveno at the Art intittute ____ and 81E. waelinnS.-
HbLe..T J '' ireawhesln tie stutdett are: tot Friday light. JOHN WOTZKE,
_______________Y0111it.The Ilelate atite Atdelphti last Makcer of fite
-- A\l t'e's pa1pe11r on11 lianteria " Satarir igh cnpnid tt lADIES 'and GErT'SIIC%0l
Snigh was ostpoed, b t Repairing nently done. 431S. Slain lSt'
W t the lord mtedical society last Sat- Prof. 1) 'toge gasvc a very ine talk ottn
i utrda~y evnnig, wsngreatly enjoye elllnIhtttclitlierature, 011(1 tse. mottatGANGR'
Draws Near. by all presnt. wsal(so) vers'finc. --ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Wha.t will voiil tkc A. C. .\lnI)oitald ni/nnt Sttsldlr 11r. G. I). P~arker. :1etic. 02,u Opposite a~a' B uildingsI.
11(1111 . itlz i tll 14 si lb tis piarentts n ilI etrcoit . ian retirnied tot tteUtniscr itr.
'r1S?] 0 ,r 9 A ltt titer Fren s ul's ivill temeI-iced at atl ne 01 11
IiI il 111(1aTli N orthwtsr tern t nvst a l 5 \g1 i n eein a lprospct that ws in te (11(1.
Our Stock of Holiday Goods(lts a ife:Csavcingstationis. s 11 I ir101tecse.,,~ , ,.. . .a
and Novelties
Will ans1er1 tis iuestionifor yotr
ini l~Hundreds of Styles
Ji iHandkerchiefs,
Gdlves, LUnbrelhas,
anod Fancy Articles
j to select from.
PF. F. MILL & 00.,
20l South Main.
'11te1I owra ceb rnet itis tioetti 1g.
A]d r. Xdatts beintgabstnttMIr. 'Taboe
was le nceisereiary, pro. teitt.
Mis inn II. l.Chladbounetlwas 5elected
vice-paresidenlt, an~d "a commllittee
was alpointed to canvass the Ioswa
memI~bers of thte University who are
not1 yet miemb~ers of thle cluh.
Thec Sensior L~aws lhave elected I..
I. Ahhott hone-hall capatain of thelr
class.
t'hin t.ttiicrnitn of Califortnil aisattut
itl establish 11 chair (If triental lan1-
gugs andhas itnformtallyoffered i
io AIIr. IBele1(1h1)it5attpresnt
teachtittg Asyrian, fHchresv atodGee-
mtatn Iere. All attemp~lt will he
fhuade to retails hinm,hilt it insnuader-
stood that Mir. Belser favorsm the
change on account of climate.
IN. E. Cort, Law '91, has returnsed
to the University.
Mr. Woodson's trial came off to-
day.
Thorough Vestibuled ann COW -,
Sleepers Between Chicago aR'-
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
Paclific linlen COO throngh P ullmanoti'
tibuled told Colonist Sleepers hetwee5l
Chicago and Tacomna, Vash.," 1
Portland, Oregoln. The train ne
as the "Pacific Express" leaven a
Gl and Central Passenger Station= d
the corner of Fifth Avenue $v,
Harrison Street, at 10:4,5 P. M. dal j
F'or tickets, berthas in Pullmoan orCb
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gam.
Taxomrsosc, City Passenger and Tce
Agent, 205 Clark Stree, or toOd
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, -Gii
Central Passenger Station, corne Fi
Avenne and 1ILrrison Street, Chico~
Ml.
A. I3. Johlns, Law '90o, is lpractic-
er Goods and Carpets. intg at Oakland, Iowa.

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