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January 24, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-24

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TT-I U1OPM. DAILYT
DINING qAN) LUNCH ROOM,
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
IFirst class boa'rd, 2.50t)pe' week.
Lunichies at all litoirs.
Oysters in every style.
Fine line of Confections,(Ciarsec
NEW BOOK STORES,
NOBLE,
The Clothier,
-IsS O~l-t-'El IN(l -
Special VciIue5?UnderweIP
BlLAC'K UNDElIV'Ali AT ti-.00loAND
'~ I tIAINt IN C NI)IIW\EAIi Al' Is' A D '
GJCti I':qb Set :.4= 5 53th St~ S
tTNlN'RSITY TENiT-1100XIK, 'z os-c - . .WL
XiI Iliuuibs tstsI ittltS ls tsuls. Six t ~sds'i tt'- Iii- isa iii 'tg', , I' si xx isl the I " II '~ts. e m n vli s ti l t s 's id ii
Co lteii i lle't I o f S iiig ",(foods. in; Ills-I ansi-i s. i tst i 11 sti ii' ii
OSe~tun 1 9 ~e essca1hehitt f
Large' it-Is iof l'ontstssililPels. 11 WariiOittet(I.ioliil ti l l (Gold)0 for i $1.0. No. 2 E.Washington St-,near Slain. G. H.1. 0IL
JAMES M, STAFFORD, __ _-_ ___-STOCK,_ --_ -_ ___ ruT um TS I CIOg
TALOLR I 6RR
lie hbest place to get a
ffW ZS +±QJ As~l+ 501
MADE;TO-ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
Ford Medical Society.
Thle -Fordl Medical Socety were
addlressed last evening by D r.
Christopher on tise Physiognomy
of D~isease ini Infaiits,' Joises '9 j
read trotm sarious medical journlais
sonic ' ' ilentii Notes sin Koch 's
Remiedy.,'' the followiiig offiscers
we-re thess electetdto iiiake coimplete
the intsi-i ;('oips for the second se-
nester: PrCte'sidleti, Jatreeki 'o
1icrordinis St'sreti ri , illasolsa sh'( ls
'Treasurers-tt slt r 'is; slensters if
Prograsits t itiitts5, Jones 'o j,
XtIiiy'9 ,Vl yic ', l'ocker
9t3, II sctso-ton s sf
Tho Wornan's League.
lie re tiltlhbe i Sotiat meeting ill
tse tUnitverstytCisaset. Satuireday
Janutary 1 iiatthree o'clock, Papter
by D~r.Seott ott"Thse Piranesi Col-
lectioni." sMetmbers ltlease aitendu
and all those swho wish to beecome
either Aissociate or Fullumensbers are
cordially invited. Names and does
received by aityimenibers of the
Executive committee.
GREATEST VARIETY V, LOWEST PR ICES
Ott LAMPS, inithits it. Ytttt wilt save mooney bty btiyiztg of its. Or
RED) STAR"' OIL stntt eqttat, hurns withotut todor, or
t'harrintg of wick stnd gives a clestr -tite light.
Solt to t cenits tter gatlloin, delivered itsn' pttrt of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. DEAN & GO.
STHE CAMPUS.
Prof. Stantley recently conduictedl
itse prsdtcioii of Busck's "Lightt of
Xsia''btshe lDetroiti:Musical Asso-
cit-ioniss, it its 59t1h conscert. I-root
the reposrts thast resth s tislie madte a
granss uciicess. iProf. -Sitnley wstas
Marci. 'They have clhalleisgedt the
IHarvard teanm to a puill at Camubritdge
abosit March ino.
The U'niversity of Toroisto, wthichi
recetly lost its cniire equsipmetibiy
tire, isisluinig tse library-, has at-
reasdy sectsofferedt30,000 test
svtltumtes.
presenstedi, dtint h ue evensing,55wihi %Athue meietintg osth ue exectivse
a1 gol-moutssedlbatons by tse kes. iboarsd of the Atilietic Asociaitioni,
DrI. IDufftieldt in beisalf ofus thdree- tlis afternsooni,IL. J. Abibotitswas
tuirs osf te Detrosi tlsicali Assoria- electedt base-ballsansager. 'The fol-
tiata. l owing professors srer elected mcim-
litosr ID)ugihty- offers at rewsard hiers of the Faculty Adsvisory Boeartd:
for ainy infsrisaiion coincerinig his Roif, tde Pti, MeL auglini anti
letos t nI Itlsi. Knowtslon.
Blisisots tarreti willidelivser use Mr. Blser swiil meet liii class its
fifth lecture itsIis touirse lbefore the tOild'TesiamnstiHIistory', usday
IIltarit Gsud, ton Sundsay ev-entinisevensing, at 6:50 int Roiti 12.
it Si. Andtrct's chuorchi. 'The stilt 'itr.IFay tiltlIseet the class itn
srit us te lecture is '"Sin.'' LikeI siessday ev-ening at 6:30oit
List evessinsg th e Ladlies' I israrvtRomi I.i
Thste the scteofsasiviry pltsicssst Iiee la sses siu take uptthue
'aning isiiparty ,st-iiswit an 1its10-sourses ''svets Isvthe Anmerican Its-
dastingt it s ssisscsisas tse 'ilies -iustite sti Sacresd Literateure.- All
sit's test is tssifrosisthile parstiutder pe'rsossswhoti tesire to tdttsystemsatic
thes pro tections sof'"chsaperonles."' wosrk its iile stusilsare iniistcsd ts
lTcPii i sscs' s i plst even-sjsintshem5.
s. '1lisTe Asietpiiiwiu nt meiset, tis
tssiotr liii, sit lseir class mesetinsg eveninsg, titsaccounsit f r.lGatchseli's
lt is msornsing, aitpoitedl a coimimititee lecture-
ofi tento t discsiss "'Juinior pluigs.'' The Keist chater of tse legal
ITe comsmittee is also to niake ar- frateritity of Phst Delta Phi banquet-
rangemenis for si social inl the near ed at the hail of the chapster last
fuiture. evening, Mr. D. 'i. Vinsonhaler act-
The tug-of -war teani froni North- tog as toastmsaster, and Messrs.
western Unilversity, near Chicago, IHicknman, H-awes, Martin, Effinger
holds the cliampionshlip of the West and Hoord responded to toasts in a
and will make an Eastern tour to happy mantler.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,'
:50 aiatetnMAIid o'l'I airiSg
anci we.2 --tjtti i tttttg '"
M.W. BLAKE.
PICTURES, FRAMES, A-4
ART GOODS. 1lOWest Rule5 S
FERDON LUMBER YARD'
Manufacteurer'eoft aiiidealeer in
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMgE~
Cite.FutIS.ndit eotSts.51-
J. HALLER
0. M. MARTIN,
DEOALERiIN
Cloth Caskets, Metal~~
ANDt (SMMS OFoFINS-
J. A. POLHEMUS,
AL SO lieS HACh. 5A1NDiStBAGGAGElI
Norithit n tstSt-eel.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers eel deitiers itt d
Groceries, Provision sFlo ur and F eed
JOHN WOTZKE,
LADIES' and GENTS's0
Rlepairtitng'neatily'donte. 9,tS t 5 t ' S
GRANGER'S
-ACADEMY OF DANCING,-
Opposite Law Muildifllt'
Piltsttwilttt ececived at anyt)'imesu~
thie seaisont
22 L. lHtlRtN STiEE'T,
ANNISL1,m 1Nt }lcit
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OsF ALL KINDS.
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENTS'
Cheap Collections a Specialty'
Famous Satin Spar and other Mineras,
Shell Jewelry and Novelties
always in Stock.

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