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January 25, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-25

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THE LU n" P m. DAIL"Y
S ]VET T IJ
DINING J) IDLUNCH ROOM,1
48 SOUTH STATE STREET.
NOBLE,
The Clothier',
Is 00 FEl11IN(;
First class b( arl, $~2..')0 per weeck.
1Lncihes at all1hours
oysters ill every stil.
1miebi11e10of Coilfiti 0C(wirs, Itc
NEW BOOK STO RES,
o I . .iSltrect.Sla)Strect
S peeri \[Vcil uszU n derwearP
1IA('lK tN 1)1511WhAl AT $1.50. S2.00 ANDI)oo
IBAR~A INS IN 1N1)Ei IVE:AI iAT:;"c0 AN14 15,0
U;N IVERZSITY 'FENT'ttt)OcIK, s 1T y= N G. H. WILDA,
A l~ lIo s itss i n 11111 Itll o is . i~l+ its i14 1111111 1111ttol.t~s )<f- I h~i h "1-(s oko ,tl rs 9 I (iitim s i h akt
1( 'Stock of I' slt 101 ol Lstn. A Walollrtt i 11111tlti11 111ll 0,111od) f o .. .No. E.Washington vSt.,nearlMi n.0. 1H.
JAMES M, STAFFORD,
TheIlstotIplce to get a
MADE;:TO-ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
On)11 IPiS, in1tits city. Y0ou will save moneyt bly buying of 11s. Oulr
11ED) STAR" 1OIL1111s-n1o0e11111, lburns withloult 11110,or
chlarring of wick a1111 gives a clea~r wihite ligiht.
Sol1d at 10) cents iper galtlonl, delivered to 11117part of tilt city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO-
I
I
THE CAMPUS.
ANN ARI-MR, -
MICHI.
Prof. Stanley Praised by the Anmeri-
can Art Journal.
Albert A. Stainley, oex-presidettof )
1110 Nutional mu~sic 'feachers' .Asso-
Buck's "11ig11 of Asia,' bytoe.De-
trolit tosical :Associationl, Illits 51)11
to ll1 electrical 0s11uccs, judig l
froon the repot~lrs 111atreach11ins.
andtposOsissthe Oesentialt (111511)
Let t1i111011 5111011oy forget Ills
111s1e,1111110er, for lehossesses00cr0-
11100e1111111t1111 t old findt 1)1con-
argeollral wo~rk.
M~r. Stainley waIs presenltedl0111ring
1t1e even1i1ngwithl a5gold-mountelld
baton by 1110 Rev. Dr. Duffeldl on11be-
h~alf the 110directors of thle Detroit
Musical Association.
lHe 01o00111ecxrcise a lpotent in.-
fluence in the progress of musical
art in Detroit.-Amserican Art jour-
nal.
1110 opingllladdlress ill1110'trainling
Course of 111e 1 Ta111a1n Associationl,
at1 11101Presbyterian church011last night.
is s0u11ect 51as Ilsebius'11110r11
111e s0111110 eicl tclass attend11
ed1, i1n a11)111 111eIlmenorial 5001100s
for1 I,.' I aI 10)a1t0ev00n1111
Miss V. Kelley, 'g_4 lit, has left
1110commllliltteeoill general ruleos
for 1110 athleotic blord1100: 1. II.
G. Fassett.
L.. Woo00d, '11s treasulrer,
slOlI .Sunda1y 11in Owosso.
11110e1of1110e01cl1uses11in110helmarriage
001110a101 10twee1n Ir. Schliellalnl
an11111110Groek 11111y, wh11011h11011111-
noed a15hilse00111111wife, provided~, it
is 0111iy tsot111011ady1s11u1d1i10(1v0
1110d" n. ht..AIlC1lo 0-lrov
mo~irning, swill 110co~lnctedlby 111e
de0legates5 whoattendedth ie F01111
conven~tion.
Rev. J . 51. Gelston occupied, last
evening, thse pulpit of Secontd Ave-
ne Presbyterian church, Detroit.
Nichols, '92 lit, has gone 11001
on account of the illness of his sister.
1110 ics mrnin~g 11 party conIsisting
of 1).9A..1Waterman1, 11u1111100of 1110
5110111 111 Central, swife111111sonl;
11(0111)tio askell, goncral agent for
Mic1011g1111of t1111111 1LfeInsur-1
11100 Co.,(If Ne 1(ok, swifoe1and1
nep~~cl;I. . ILamlolnt, of 1110 S1111
city, leave0 11010(1t1for a11 extended(
trill i1nthe Wesct. Itliroiigh thio
(1)1101000 (f (Ge1era11Supe~rintendetot
Mitoer, of 1110 Sliclo 111 Ctra111, Itie
111101)111100110015give010thse useofof I-
fioial car No. 4.91Ab(u1 a weekswill
110 spen~t inISouthern sCali1fornia11andi
ab1)01t1f~or 11day 115inSanIFIan110sco,
woithI shortor stopsataios il 1 p1o1 inlts
alonsg 1th0liine. 1110 1 party w~ill 1(0
glToeabout tirty da1y.-Deot(it
1110he Andover foot-1b1l11101111 1111e
r000e0011 nlinlatnro gold foot-halls as
s(ou1ve11100 (f 111010 0i1011)0) ove0
Exeoter.
11110111011has sent t over1110thle
11110(1 States 11011foroln ountr1i1es0
j1over 1,000 0(c10iesof 1100 catalogueo.
Vassar college 11110rocently sunik a
wellti150 loot deep1 1to supply wa~ter
Stlos Patterson1, IDo. Wincheoll's as-
sistanlt, returned01fromllFloridia, last
tridtay m~orninig.
P~rof. Stanley cannot be in towns
f00111 to 6b01n Mondaysandl for this
reason he cannot conduct the class
in college songs.
Ross, '91 law, had his face badly
bruised during a runaway, Saturday.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
1111 .11111lry
M. W. BLAKE.
IPICTUIRFS, FRtAME'S,A
AR~T GOOiDS. 1(0 WestBl e
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufatu fa nd dealer1111111Cill
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Car . orth andlDep~ot S01
J. HALLER
Repairing(a1specialty.
0. . MARTIN,
DEALE1.11t0 IN
Cloth Caskets, Meta11-C
ANI) lOIDlMON 01(1INS-
J.A. POLHEMUS,
AL.0'1110 HACKO ANt) 11A(G0.0' il
Nort in11(1Street.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
tBakers and1 delers in d
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour andrFee'
U and1 80E. WashIinlgtonSt0.
JOHN WOTZKE,
LADIES' and GiNTrS' S1
TERICHERS ARElINTRiC._ U EO
TO SCHIOOL-jn
N°-70. IEARBORN ST. C'ica"
SPECIMEN ISCUIOSIIE
ANOAm .ALL IIi.
SPECIMENSAFOCRISTDES
SPCIMN FR STDeap Collections a Specially'
Famous Satin Spar and other M1inersl~
Shell Jewelry and Novelties
always in Sleek.

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