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December 16, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-12-16

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ThuE IT OF M. DAILY
-.t.. (ii 2r .S- -EOO S- ..,'. +~ NOB.i._/LEF, The Clothier,
0 01iltoir for w o ;! l 1)11ars L r thi t.; L(EISO dl ,;p1. Ct()111-,L6I I n ? ~ C l l n i ~ I ~ c~ ~
Fine Illustrated Books. Art Calendars for 1891. Fine Stationery shit-
able for Gifts. COME AND SEE US.
NEW BOOK STORES,
lBLACK II lI AIAT $1.50. .)LL ANI) Sti.OLL.
>/Li (Jl~33i~(~ ~9r1J> J~3if~, IARG(AINS IN UIRNV1IIWAII AT' 9c0 ANJ)91
U6 1J~ Miq Siroct I.S~~ Sir
1,TNIVERI ITY V T -I1001K 3. T~. _ er . .WL
ll oos i n i _ii ti Schoolsi. riieii N ~ OL a ii I. ILQ isho Xin the I iI iil cio tisiiulilLLI i1 iiie
E goIL of I FomiitLiin Peiis. A W.rCaiiitetl FoL nin~L Peij (;IdL fior,$1.50. No. 2. E. Washington St- near Main. G. H. W -0,
JAMES MSTAFFORD,
flie lie-I place l o gel a
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRI
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR,- - - MICHI.
HOLIDAY HINTS.
I Draws Near.
\\l-1e i thlWat ill hIL )
our Stock. of Holiday Goods
and Novelties
N1I il LI iN i t~lii ilk-tioii for 1you.
Hundreds of htle
Glovnesrchibefs,
G andverchimbefls,
*and Fancy Articles
to select front.
E, F. MILLS &000,
20 South Main.
Dry Goods and Carpets.:
THE LARGEST STOCK, TJ"UTINE ILD CTO-7,
GREA TEST VRITY V LOWEST PRICES , W M.cANQDLDWEE
(_ L I X.IPS, illtiicity. YLI))daill -s aon10ey bl liig of Lus. 0tru 11t, AIN 5111 'f,
I )SI P 1 111 Ii ha 1)0 equl burns sLitioitit LodoL.ior 1 '.JLL LsiatateLopi d )LoLLILIepaLiringLL c h*s
lioug(f rick Lanl givecs a clear white light. M. W. SLAKE,
Scald at 10 eiil 1100gallon, deliveredl LLo any patIof the c0te. I-ICURF.S, FRAMES,)LO
44 SOUTH MAIN ST, PEA.N & CO- ARTr GOODS. 1OwestiHuroll
THE CMPUS.FERDON LUMBER YARD.
THECAMPUS 111 1111 le lst. Afirmative, L. Z. Man Lauer Lo an delrin~r
# 106011 'LLLnd W. A.ito-islo ineo'Oiv e, SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
{. L1{.t. 1111xtlLi ssl 111and . A. Ilorriigr- - )iLL ru itLtLaLII aLL~iSx
ed tc hatr nexr tan rda"til . I;ool flight Son1g. It. X'M' . .J, HALLER
011 roLLll i, I ILv givcl tli ei dea.L lLI1TE1S.I ilolotl
C. 1. Mcl lister. 'o2, lit, Lof th 1' 4 lL I A IL) r.
11)1 11 1' '0ii,10los Cai ss.,I IL the ozlro oiit- tatosiuio O. M. AiART1N,
ties. 11 tis 1i5001apoito 0t ere, ILrill nit Ibe 11 1 iuitit l DE0iALER)IN,
Now ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sm llxc u sgogiooS h l.Cloth Caskets, Metal1'0
pecialy faz lis Icaltz" IAND COMMON COuiF3iNS.
10ilIltl'.i1IiPiof. John J1.XbI , 1111s15 trin 11 J. A. POLH EMUS,
-. ooruofrirllo. lacI, tolit, studyingiigth111Dl. KoofLin +Ir7~
is plaacicibng a1 Ioitiac. Itis famous disoveory of a illi for ALSO '1C1S HACK AND) BA(IGA(;E IL~
D.. Cantpbell is giving Ilie juiotheL Ilcure of constiuption, will return Noth Nsita Stree. mdc trcabreas nds l aur n aig oeo hs RNE EBL
section. Baskers and dealers in
lhealth-gl-uig reniedy wvhItlliiii Groceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
j isuniorlws, 'presidrd tdtheof meet 1'lhoaverage expenses at Yale per - sdEW~)wes
J~~iL~ 015,IroILOL tNlear1101 has beeni for eachi freshmoan, JOHN WOTZKE,
in g yesterdlay. $736M~tinLr,81 31jnoMakereof fi)e
'the Lrosisinitited l lt ht 10170 ''oloncr, iz :;jnirI.ADIE' ,axad GE9N t&, S(OV
e' $884.17; andLIseior, $91r9.70. The Repirig natly one5. 431 S. Alain St-
IL~oLLIorO astSalu~la nigil. largest explensessrelportedl for anyLL o -ne______
11he folloing arceItie fral. noei lL. 298GRANGER'S
wasI 2, 0rs (I 6ACDEYOF DANCING,-
TfhesL~ 101' X fire Ilill bho LxctirsioLILportico uL.
Atlih scil LLiLLIIL1 1 Presidentt, 1"& rotKalamaoo, JaLckson andOpsi 11- OPPOSite tIaw -iluilditig.
\L-itlcI 0)1100. 'q2 , lit; ,I iic-prc'.i lito attendL110)1Statnley's lctre jlo)
11clit ~ I-ti x L.l~, 1.,... r ,.,t~~i..P i it w llh r:.>i"d .r iil
1". 1I it ooLI '2. lit: treasure:',
'I lie lIx t sei-ni ma[LiLLZL ItlilOenI-
Icr1-titLl IIIbyltheIWebster society
ill 11e givenLi ll thelta111- lectuire
roomilWednesday 1 IIclOSIng, 1DIc. 1-7.
,mfllloinLLlg programmec will lie
ren)dered:]President's address, X.
C. GoLrm~ley iano10 solo, 1. J. Ols-
mian; oration, J. AV. Curtis; guitar
and harp duel, Messrs. Wisehiart
and1 Bauer; 15aper, M4. S. Lesh; de-
hate, Resolved, That the Federal
Election 1Bil Slow pendinlg should
S. I o extra tickets xwere sold this
III )llt-L(TI g.inntttarboir.
Tlae Printn(C c Club, aisisteil
by t1h- iBanjo andtid olIii C(,lub~s,
lois w tade arranugemntLs tfor a trilL
ilirixitg te Christnmas holidays. fTie
tlee anid Banjo Clubs tire soil to be
amuonthe1 best Princetoni has es-er
had, while the Mlandolin Club is a
new addition. Conicerts wcill, be
given at{ the following places : De-
cmher 27th, Cincinnati; 2911h, St.
Louis; 301, Indianapolis; 3)1,
Louisville; January xst, Columubus;
2d, Titusville, lPa., 3rd, Pittsburgh.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Central and N ortlielfa
Pacific lines run through Pullman e
tiliuled and Colonlist Sleepers betwTe"
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland7 Oregon. The train knON i
as the Pacific Express' leaves thle
Gi and Central Passenger Station. at
the corner of Fifth Avenue 101n1
Harrison Street, at 10:4.1P. M. dailY
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Cc1'
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to GEO. ''
Tueomersoa, City Passenger and Tacker
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or toF.J
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, GrSR4
Central Pasaenger Station, corneriftb
Avenue and IIarrison Street, Chic5
il.

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