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Men's, ITf GENTrLEMEx's FuasiisNGs,
Chil ren's A1-TS AND @APS
Latest Novelties Arrivirn Dalyvl.a
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Mair Street. 44 South State Street,
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, rw .A ri To E
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANK Boocs, ALL KINDS,
All Books used in City Schools. Students, Note Books and Pads, Draft-
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instruments.
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.
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hI1GH SCIIQQL A,'iD '11llVU1TY.
Allow us to say that we carry the finest and the most complete assortment of
Ready-made Clothing and Furnishing Goods in the city. Our Suits and Over-
coats are equal to custom tailor work. We have added to our
the Celebrated WILCOX HAT, which, in addition to the DUNLAP, GUYER
and other leading styles, makes it the most complete in Ann Arbor.
35 SOUTH MAIN STREET, A. L. NO3LE.
G. H. WILD,
Is showing the LaLrgest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
All the latest shades an novelties in Trouserings and
Overcoatings. Fine Vests can be had of
No.'2 E. Washington St., near Main. G. H. WILD.
F THE RSIJIISDIRECTORY.
AT LOW PRICEs. WM. ARNOLD,
JAMES M, STAFFORD, SHORTHAND COUSE.
iT ViLL PAY YOU. Shorthand School, Now
®_ B~~u Inz. 20Southstte Street.
The best place to get a
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.1'MADE TO ORDER.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICH.
Where and how to buy Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishings
at the Lowest
OI I)By buyingo
E, F. MILLS & Co.,
THE POPULAR DRY -GOODs AND CAR-
nruiutu , A u~~iiOUIL UO~cc~t.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY i LOWEST PRICES
On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
" RED STAR" OIL has no equal, burns without odor, or
charring of wick and gives a clear white light.
Sold at 10 cents per gallon, delivered to any part of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. IMAM & CO'
O. N. Swift, '92 lit, will not re-
turn to college on account of weak
In the way of liquid refresh-
Ients, the dental department is
reported to be ahead. In taking
the names of one of the classes,
the professor was astonished by
receiving in succession the names
of Casebeer and Selzer.
E. B. Gower, law '92, is enter-
taining his cousin, Frank Gower,
of Odell, Ill.
The junior laws are looking
with suspicion on Bert Deyoe's
cane. A "log-rush" will probably
be one of the events of next week.
The Jeffersonian society holds
its first meeting Oct. 9th in its
newly-furnished room in the law
The world's championship for
college enterprise must be award-
ed to the class of '92 at Princeton.
The other night five sophomores
climbed the water tower, 120 feet
high, and letting themselves down
30 or 40 feet, painted a space 25
feet by 8 in white, with the large
green figures '94 on it.
The first meeting of the Choral
Union will be held Tuesday even-
ing, Oct, 7, at 7:30, in Room 24.
All interested and desiring to join
will please apply to Prof. Stanley.
Prof. Carhart went to Chicago
last night to obtain an important
addition to the physical laboratory.
He has the offer of a 200-arc plant.
Lost, on Thursday evening, at
the postoffice, a pocket-book, bear-
ing name of owner and containing
a sum of money. Finder will be
well rewarded by leaving the same
at 46 E. Washington st.
The senior pharmics challenged
the juniors to a foot-ball rush this
p. mu. The juniors failed to ap-
pear, however, and the game was
declared in favor of the seniors.
The junior medics will hold a
meeting oil Monday, at 12:30, in
the lower lecture room. Let all
Text-book work will begin in
the law department Monday, Oct.
13. Juniors will be required to
attend daily recitations in Black-
stone under Prof. Knowlton. The
seniors will take up Lube's Equity
Pleading (Thompson's edition) the
same day under Prof. Thompson.
WAT UHMAKER AND JEWELER
Siecial attention paid to repairing Watches
PICTURES, FRAMES, A ND
ART GOODS. 10 West HuronS St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manu acture of and dealer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BER
Cor. Fourth and Depotf ts.
46 servo MASS ST.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Backers and dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFiourand Feed,
6 and 8 E. washngton St.
' JOHN WOTZKE,
IADIES' and GENTS' SHOES.
Repairing neatly done. 43S. Main St.
HENRY J. MILBURN,
Surgical Instruments, Trusses, Sup-
porters and every article
required in the prac-
tice of Medi-
81 WOODWARD AVE., DETROIT.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
The Wisconsin Central and Northern
Pacific lines run through Pullman Ves-
tibuled and Colonist Sleepers between
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. The train known
as the "Pacific Express" leaves the
Giand Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue and
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Col-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gxo. K.
TiioirsoN, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 20W Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central PassengerStation, corner Fifth
Avenue and Harrison Street, Chicago