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DINING AN1) LUNCH ROOM,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
First class boardl, $2. 50 per week.
Lunches at all hiours.
Oysters ini every style.
Fine line of Confections, Cilgars. etc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Uaid Street. 44 Sout[h State Sireet,
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:MedicxuiBxoks, ow Books, .B1LA K 11(101s, ALL kiii)s',
All Blooks used in City Schiools. Stuidents, Note Books and P ads. I )raft-
-Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instrumenits.
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,p~i Va ue5?U n der wear
BILACK UtEDEIIWEAlI AT $1.50, $2.0) AND $.o.
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N! G. H. WILD,
Is slxowvixg the Largest Shock of Foull Dress Sniliiii;s ill the market.
All the latest shadles riind novelties ini Trouseriuigs anid
Ovvreoatiiigs.ine tests caiii he had of ~ n
Large Stock (of Fountain Pens. A Warranitedl Fo)iitainliPeni (Gold) for $1.50). No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main.
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~AI6R - H P6R R. On DAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
TAIOR IW ORT RS " EDSTAR "OLhsn equal, burns without odor, or
charring o wick and gives a clear white light.
'The best place to get a Sold at 10) cents per gallon, delivered to any part of (lie city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO.
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19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
The large central gas fixture in
the Lihrary Reading Room cannot
he lighted hecause of imperfect con-
struction, hut additional gas jets
will bxe arranged for in the near
\Memuhers o~f the Athsletic Assoxcia-
tion are adisex1 to have their imum-
hership tickets signedl as5s0(on1as
TIhe sophonxore class at CornellI
hare adoixted the regulation nxxortar-
hoard for their class hat.
Freshman Vice-tPresidlent, M1iss
Wadsworth, is again attending reci-
Prof. 'Thomas hsas decreed that ex-
aminations shall he held in all Ger-
McPherran, lit, '90, is in town.
It would have bcen a good thing
if the president of the Lecture Asso-
ciation had announced Dr. Catch.
ell's lecture in connection with the j Pres. Gilmsan, of Johtns Hlopkins,
gym. fould last evening.
The prograni at Alpha Nux this
evening is as follows. Piano solo,
Mr. Alleni; declamiation, 1 A Rail-
wcay Matinee,'' 7Mr. Pamo; paper,
" The Standlardl Oil Co.,' A. Cuni-
mings; hatnjo solo, Mr. Gillespxie,
M1iss Davis, ancompxanist; essay,
"'he Gypsum Bleds of Micliigamn,''
G. 1). Soiies; pianlo solo, Miss Diavis;
readliig froiii-Mark Tw'xain, Mr.
Ilealy; banjo andl piano, Mr. Gil-
lespie aiid Miss Davis.
P'rof. 'Tonmpson finished his
course of lectures on Eqluity Juris-
prxudence to thxe senior law class this
mxorniiig. 'lhe exanilnation weas set
for txwo veeks from inext Saturday.
The hase-bxall utanager for thxe
comiing seasoii will he electedl iext
Sattirday. Int ordler that all uncer-
taintty regardixxg the mianagenment of
this branh of athtletics h~e reniovedl
is sxoxnxas possible, the calxtaitx
shldxx he elected ixot later thxan
Mona orxiyx Txuesday next. 'IThere is
certaitxly nox reasxon fxor fxrthier dle-
'Te Janutary Ceintury ciontains a
comuniicationi froii a forimer U. of
The State Bloard of Education
hareiianmed the following visiting
comsmittee: S. M. Cutcheon and
Ashley Pond, of Detroit, and lBen-
ton Itanclielt, of Saginaw.
Geo. H. Smith, Jr., of Detroit, is
visiting H. G. Field.
recenstly had a talk with the sttidents
on the outlook of athletics there. A
committee of gradluate andl under-
gradtiate students seas apploinsted to
take chtarge of the gymsnasiiini tntil
thxe appxoinxtmnxtt of a inewv di-
rector, also to repsresenst the stud~enits
in ainy differences thtat tiight arise.
''The fraterixities of Northwsestern
University gave a bsrilliant reception
to Presideixt Henry Wade Rogers
and his wife at te Evanstons clubs
house last evening.
dlr. Ginman, of C orinell, is delis-
iing a course of lectures oin the psy-
cliology of nmusic.
Corinell is trying to raise $4,000
for icr i8g i crewvs, htit it is miot
nmeetintg with very great success.
Hlarvard has juist senxt out a sec-
oiid istronomxical expxeditioni to joiit
thte first otte, which seas seixt oxit ini
1S89, aixdlnosw has headquarters iii
Professor Siiioii Newvcombx, the
Joihnxs Hlopkins astroiionmer, hasre
ceintly receivedl a present of a hanxd-
some silver service froni the Czar of
Thxere are 2,271 sttidents its all
tlhe departmients of Hlarvard Univer-
Seven of last year's victorious ath-
letic team whsich won the intercolle-
giate cup for Harvard, are hack in
college, and the students feel very
sure that they will not he allowed to
compete at Mott Haven this year.
AWATCHMAKER AND JEWELE''
WMAIN STREET. athe
Specxiai attention paid torepairing w
M. W . BLAKE,
PICTUJRES, FRAMES, A p
ART GOODS. 1s westHuo
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturer of and denier in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED 0UM8
Cor. Fourthianid Depot Sts.
461 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Repairinig a specilty.-~
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN l140
Cloth Caskets,Me l'
ANDI COMMON COFFINS.
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE lS
Niorthi Maini Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and deaiern 1l0 red
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and re
e and S E. Wasington St.
Maker of tine
LADIES' and GENTTL~'S'
Repairing ieaiiy done. 43 S. Main S
GR ANG ER'S a
-ACADEMY OF DANCIN)
Opposite Law Building-
Puis will be received at aniy timie dadS0i
the seaso. -
22I. IIURON STREET,
ANN ARBlORi, lICil.
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Cheap Collections a Specialty'
Famous Satin Spar and other M~r"
Shell Jewelry and Noveltie8
always in Stock.