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January 22, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-22

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TlEis n,'m. DAILYT
NOBLE,
The Clothier,
DINING A~ND LUNCH ROOM,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class bard, X2. 50)per week.
Lunches at all lhours.
oysters in every style.
Fine line of Confections, ( ipgats ec.
NEW BOOK STORES,
-__IS OFFERING-
Spci ~ uesl-n drweaP
BILACK( UNDERW EAR AT $1.50. ';2.00) ANI) $ .00.
'~~' },~J~~i7F ~BARGAINS IN L ti) ERIWEA AT ti1c AND 0te
6uSouth Mal.q Street. 44 Sout1Stte StreGH.WL
UNIV I RSI7IXYITL\T- llOKS, S rT.A2TZO =Mdia okRviBos LN io-ALL G. H.Y WILDIV
ell Is sowLaw Stheearget Stoksof rilloress uitinEl iothe arket
1 - Bok isel i Ciy Shols. Stuel~s Groe Boksan I cls DrftAll the laltest shades and n tovelties iii l'ouiseriitgs and
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instrunients. Overcoalings. File cVests can he had of
Loge Stocek ot Fountain Pens. A1 Warranted F'onntain len (Gold) for $1.50. No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. Hi. /yY
JAMES M, STAFFORD, THELARG ST TOCK, - -__E-lUSIN S PILLOTO
TAILOR YIIMF6RTERS
!'le best place to get a
flgSE + QXJAS8I + OUIL
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST; STYLES
MODE RATEiPRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARIBOR, - - - MICH.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
GREAIESTI VARIIEIY b LOWEST PR ICES
Ont LAMPS, in flits city. Yen will save money by buying of tus. Our
" RED STAR " OIL has no eqnal, 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. pEAN & CO.
THE CAMPUS.
G;..BIlch, '92, lit, has reccivedtl
leave of absence froni the Uniter-
sity for one year. lieI takes a liosi-
ion on a railroad builtding at Grand
Rapitds.
Prot. IHudson offers a ine course
ini history for next seiiester.
Thle ticket mn arc tliorouighily
canvassiiig the University pop~lula-
lien for D~r. Gatchell's lecture.
Mr. ID. P. Grant, niedic 'os, whoi
was called hionme sonic time since, is
now teaching at Coconio, Indiana.
'Ihere still be a juiiior class meet-
lug next Saturday in Room A at 2
A fhne adtdition to the Library has
just been made. BI. F. Stevens'
Facsimile Manuscripts of European
Archives has been piresentetd by C.
M. Burton of IDetroit. An extenided
tdescription will appear later.
It is saitd that the Bleta Thsetes
have bought Prof. Rogers' house
and still occupy it next Seniester.
Ypsi is booming since the advent
of the nest railway. The boys say
they hate a new "cop'' tostn there.
:Miss P'atterson, Prof. WNincliell's
assistant, has guise to Florida on
businiess.
Miss Francis Cook, '94 ILit., has
gene home on account of throat
troubles.
The 'Freshman IDents were rein-
forced by an addition of one new
student last seeck.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
3l MAIN STRIEET,
Sp ecial attention ptaid to repairinac e
a50 Jewclry.
M. W . BLAKE,
P'ICTURES, FRAMISES, A1
ART GOODS. 10 west Haum 1
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturer ef and dealer ino
SAGINAWGANG SAWED LUM9E~
Cor. Fourth and Deot Sts. f.
J. HALLER r
485SO0131MAIN ST.
Repairing a specialty. -'
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN
Cloth Caskets, M etaflc
AND COMMON COFFINS.
J. A. POLHEMUS5,
ALSO 'BUS HACK AND nAGGA(;BEj
North Main Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
B3akers and dealero n fed
Groceries, Provision sFlour and
8 andS8IE. Washington St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of line
LADIES' and GEN Ti'S'
Repairing neatly done. 43 S. Main St
OR AN GER'S,
-~ACADEMY OF DANCING(
Opposite Law iuldit,19
Pupiloswill tbe rcived at any tine duelS5
the season.
2L.HRNSTREE'T,
ANN Attill, AtICII
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OF ALL KINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENT'S
Cheap Collections a Specialty
Famous Satan Spar and other 3Mineras
Shell Jewelry and Novelies
always in Stock.
I.OST-A Votilolet llistory, Vol. 1, p-In .Itiportattbusiness is to he
boundt in shlep. IPlease reuurn to It. tranisacted, atni all nietibers of thte
W. Iellhty $ . tIliettty 15 class are eariiestly reqitested tol be
(gentuitle Martin, Bay StateIBrunto,
Waslilorne and ethler Guitats.(sClm-presetit.
itie Stewart, ItayStutte Blanjo. Genuintte A tery fitie Art 'Museunm to cost
Washhsurne. Ilay State atid othiet Mass
dolinses. No shioidiy, noil"stencil'" $150,000 is to be addedi to the Stan-
goodls. Bessare of 'stenciled' goods.fosrd University, Califortila, lby Mrs.
Yell late ntieutfactutrer's gua'rstsIeante Sttiore
ont suhl.'The fvery liest strigs,58 aid Lln tnod
10 eta. \VtI SEY S Ailtli SiTtEii Professor Gayley visitedl the State
Alvint Wil seySolelProp.
25 Sesthl 4thl Ave, AnniArbsorNioriial School atI Sati Jose duiritig
Fitr Rent. Desirattle suite of front the huolidays. Inriatiadbdress to the
roomtts, $2.59 per wteek; atso sinl~ge stuiteiits, lie comiiietidedl the tmethi-
roomil. No. 24 East William St. oils of itstruction piursuedl, and cex-
Bloardl.-Linmited to 2(1 boartders. 21
East William Street. pressed the hote that gradluates of
Call on StaffordI when you waint the institution would soon lie atd-
Prince Albert or Dress Suit. mitted to the Untiversity on their
Staffordl is showing hundreds of dif- diplomas-Occident.
ferent styles ini Trouserings from $5h. Sn0o0etrns f .T
upwards. TeSn fVtrn fJ
Coal and wood at Judson's, State St. Jacobs camp, respectfully ittite
Go to E. B. Hall for coal. students, who are eligible to the
Baths t0e at 1P. 0. Barber Shop. order, to present their names to Lieu-
Two suites of rooms nicely furnished, tenatE .Hlet o 5Ws
prices reasonable; board if desired. natS .Hlei o jWs
37 East Catherine Street, Washington St.
Miss (Caldwell aiid Mr. Dwtyer
have oirgenized a wthist club frotu
atmong the tiimbers of '93 lits.
J. IR. Allen still reatd a paper ott
"Mtouldtitng by MNachinery,'' at the
Enlgineeritng Society, to-morrowt
niighit.
Th'le Junior Lits still htold a nieet-
lug tiext Saturday at so a. in. in
Room~ A. Important business is to
be transactedl.
N. Sakurai, tLit. '94 has left col-
lege on account of poor health.
Colonel Bancroft has been al)-
pointed coach of the Harvard crew.
An attempt is being made to found
a college in the new State of Wash-
ington.

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