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October 06, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-06

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
THE NEW-
CLOTHING HUE
171, 173, 175 Woodward Avenue, Detrot, Michigarj. _____ 11 SI
Men's, -TE TINTU' GENTLEMEN'S FUNa s n[ssu,
Cildren's UL I NG IH ATS A N 1D APS
Allow us to say
rJ Lateot Novelties A rir ng Daily Ready-made Cloth
coats are equal to
NEW BOOK STORES,
the Celebrated W
and other leading
6 South Mair Street. 44 So'uth State Street, 35 SOUTH MAIT
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, S _' ai'. ri To 3 E ~E
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANK )o1s, ALL KINos,
All Books used in City Schools. Students, Note Books and Pads, Draft- Is showing tb
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instruments. All tli
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50- No. 2 E. Washing
JAMES M STAFFORD FINE JOB PRINTING. T --eTHE
Jt is our Rimtoplease. Sat feaction Guarantcnl. I ~E 01
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE. . L O
BIIOO L M D IVERSIT'Y.
that we carry the finest and the most complete assortment of
ing and Furnishing Goods in the city. Our Suits and Over-
custom tailor work. We have added to our
IAT DELPAUrMENTIP
ILCOX HAT, which, in addition to the DUNLAP, GUYER
styles, makes it the most complete in Ann Arbor.
N STREET.
E. L. N .3LE.
G. H. WILD,
lie Larg-est Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
e latest shades and novelties in Trouserigs eand
Overcoatings. Fine Vests can be had of
gton St., near Main. G. H. WILD.
A RG U S,,%--
4t' PS.ICES.
The best place to get a.
FIiSZ + QLAS8 + 6GI34
IMADETO ORDER.
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICH.
- Where and how to buy Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishings
at the Lowest
Prices.
SOLIVEDSBy buying of
E F. MILLS & .,00
THE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CAR-
PET STORE.
20 BOUTX , Z
I ill l AJ
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY V LOWEST PRICES
On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
RED STAR " OIL has no equal, burns withont 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 & CON
THE CAMPUS.-
Prof. Trueblood has charge of
a large class of young men at the
M. E. Sunday school. Eighty-
threeiiembers were present yes-
terday.
The Japanese students are de-
creasing in number in the law de-
partinent. There are now ten in
the department-three juiors,
five seniors, and two P. G.'s.
Miss Silver, the state secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. will address
a meeting in the University
chapel this evening at 7:30. All
ladies are cordially invited.
A. S. Livermore will deliver a
free lecture at the Congregational
church this evening. The subject
of the address will be: "Row
are we to make this aid the next
age better for all of us."
There will be a meeting of the
old members of the University
Glee Club to-morrow evening at
7:30 p. m. There are quite a few
vacancies to be filled and defi-
nite plans of re-organization will
be agreed upon. The club is in
need of one second-tenor, three
first-bassos and two second-bassos.
The following is a list of the
members of last year's club who
have returned: First Tenors, Wil-
hartz, Cheney, Harriman and
Peters; Second Tenors, Jamieson,
Richardson and ;Ball; First Bas-
so, Alexander; Second Bassos,
Joy and Ballard.
There will be a meeting of the
Dramatic Club next Wednesday.
It is especially desired that more
of the young ladies of dramatic
tastes will take an interest in the
work. P. R. DE PONT.
The contract for building the
new hospital was let to Wm.
Biggs, Wednesday, for $78000.
Work will be commenced at once.
W. B. Rogers, lit, '92, will not
return this year.
The new pharmacy department,
started at Cornell last year, has
been discontinued, apparently be-
cause of small attendance. Some
of the students have already enter-
ed here.
FooT BALL.-An important
meeting of the Rugby Association
will be held in Room A, main
hall, Saturday, October 11, at
10:30 a. m.
W. C. MALLEY, CAPT.
BIT IITL3S DIPLLOIOLY.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
lid SSAJT 5TEIRET,
sreattenton paid to repairing watches
ad Jeweir~y.
M.W. BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, A ND
ART GOODS. 10 West Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturer nf antae(r in
SAGINAWGANG SAWED LUM 3ER
Cor. Fourth and Depot Sts.
J. HALLER
46i SO Tti MAIN ST.
Repairing a npecialty.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
Qroceries, Provisions,Flour and Feed,
6 and 8 E. washington St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of tine
LADIES' and GENT' SHOES.
Repairing neatiy done. 43S. Main St.
HENRY . MILBURN,
DEALER IN
PHYICIANS' AND
Ortliopsdical Appliances,
Surgical Instruments, Trusses, SuP-
porters and every article
required in the prac-
tice of Medi-
cine.
81 WOODWARD AVE., DETROIT.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and*
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Central and Northern
Pacific lines run through Pullman Ves-
tibu led and Colonist Sloe pera between
Chieago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. The train known
as the "Pacific Express" leaves the
Gland 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 GRo. K.
THOxPSON, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central PassengerStation, cornerFifth
Avenue and Hiarison Street, Chicag
Ill.

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