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January 02, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-01-02

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',u1-FE t? ') w M. DAILV
DINING f N1) LU N CH 0 ROO( lt~lo-( T"wM, $2.98xmwAT $2.w98. --$2.98
48 SOUTH STATE STREET._________
Lucesalbours. L ' 0
Fisttissbordrs* ini every stale. A " L J Y
lirie line of (Confections, ("'gars, etc.
NEW BOOK STORES,
00 )1N TI ZNVLE TIT o- FIFTEENI'
& I 'ir- ii- Il nISiati ;5ceitc. girths5o cnts and 75 eli .. Ev.ryc:article
~' ~L~'~ji J ~ ,,Al '1AI)IS(il' NI' I I ; 1I' IS1~.1I..
UNIVERSITY 'F1Rx -iiocwsI, , , i = . o - - G.H. WILD
VEIC .{ .I Doks, htssn I' 1"S.1Alt. INit". 7PA _ V- ) j;91 lYL 1-
La re SMock of olttin l ('tis. .A Watrrantted 1-i 'tu tt Iel(Gnolld}eor 1.50.l.No. 2 E. Washington St ,near Stain. G. H ID
JAMES M STAFFORD,
TAILOR JM61FR
The best place to get a
flf; +Q Asos + 1l
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
It.21D
MODERATE PRICES,
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, - - - M-iClI.
Wholesale and Retail Agent
JAIVES W. HRINE,
COLLEGE + OIJIFIIILL,3
,G4ATI5LCCJq GOOD$) ,
Blase Blall and Tentnis Goods
a Specialty,
10 AND 11 HTARVARID ROSY,
I1' - L1St~ AZ l5 D ± V ± ' -I__ IlU S1NESS JIjJ±JljUI'
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES,
Ott LAMPhhS, itt tisecity.75Ynitwill Sav n ciey b lltyi0 iiifius. Ouri
tiEl) STARIt" OILE lis tn equal, bunwitt hut oidir, oi
charring of wick atti gives a clear white lighit.
Sol at 10I cetits per galloit, delivered tio attypitrt of the city.
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. ,pEAN & Go.
THE CAMPUS.
73 tpolids is thie at erage weight
of the litrst Ilart aril irev.
:Messrs. lDay antI Alaylictt, '93 lits,
sectSiundiay- iniIDecroit.
IHarv aridreceivs cc$2',ooo liv thi
iwill of the lair J. 11. Wolcitiett.
C'larkint, of Iliustoit, is i 'at liin
thei IHarvardl base hll1mtn tiryitig
Ion iter ptositioni.
il uliori'Wadle les recigteilfritom
the commteittee solicitig tsubscerip-
tionus Ioc thegymfuntuti.
$0,oo0 w'as left by George lien'
eriftitoiiis grandildaughter, wshichi,
itde ttceretalit ciiitioiins, well Ifaill to
the gceneral fititilof Harvarid.
-ale needis inearly $40,000 in comi-
plecte her finie gymn tasiumt, atnd a
sy steiltii' tiattmpt is beitigtiandc to
hav ith i ttl 'rg'ratuat c ratisetlii'
amont.it i
II liyi11, oi the tettitor'lawticlass
tilot.o Sieclttres inihquitye iris-
llii tiliiiewichi Iwtasito iake pliii
newciI i t ttvirniitg, its ten
change t IV i liesiltix, IF'bruiary-,
lie libiraitry iiattats are im-
fortutiatie. \er.Spenucer ltas tisore
loot, .\lr. ('hunch lieslilt yet cc-
cov ereil tromuthOe spraini lie receivetd
while coastitig, attdl'Mr. Veysey is
unwell. :Mr. 'leader is assisting for
the lpreseti.
.N. hE. Van 'Tyl, laiw '89,tde-
fended Paul Hter in the Htiter-
tehiato nurder trial at Leavenworth,
Kansas, last week. After a hard
foight trial I-liter wsa acqiuittedl too
V'ail 'rl'1receivedimnty congratu-
lations foir the abile mnnter ini welicli
lie cnuctted theilefetise.
At the last niecting iftthie Geo-
loegcal Soicietly iMur. Rot 1gavec tntil-
lustratedl litterottl'".\Moilern Vilets
of the ('trail Builders."' Mr. Roth's
litter seas interestitigatid instructive.
lie sipoke of the vairinous slpecies of
cortal, their habits, mtethodes of Ic-
piositingtig lielimestone, eci. 'The
iaper wsi t'trtliy of a larger auth-
ettee.
Ahout ntext Satiurdtay Mantager
Ablbotswill isstue a tnotice to tile ef-
fect thlat tntteni excepit those whlo
havte gitell their namtuestoii the tap'
taitn shall lie allotted the ptrivilege
ofi pracicinlg ittthernkt. 'litis sec
is itiade niecessareyliy the large tutu -
icr of etetiidates, whio shotuldtini
eeyiisittne bl ievt~tenirefieenie
leer thotse stitit wisht t tot-actie
simpu~ly fori'the sitniof it.
All juiortis intieesteid11) a cltiss
litti,tire recitiested ii toihandtheir
tattles tosoiite ofthecomintitee,
teltilihis ecompttiedi ittVantevsenter,
hulnts, Vautluitvtgeii, Wood, Lyster,
Cutletr, Bloten, Mel onatlid, I ellets-
hack anth Curtis. Nosy is the tinie
to slhotv class spiiriti if wee get a class
hat, wec wanct every junior to wvear
one, and, thereforelhope that all
memtbers of '92 will confer with
sonic menmber of the coomittee in
regard to the matter. By order of
committee.
WM. ARNOLD,
WATCHMAKER AND lIEWELE8
pc i n t 1.1ti I to Eis ratiringit clie
M. W. BLAKE,
PICTURES, I'RAMES, A$St
ART G00tDS. 1t e'st nseiS...
FERDON LUMBER YARD'
SAGINAWOGANG SAWED LUMO"
J. HALLER
Repa tring t itpeci ilts
0. M.5!ARTIN,
Cloth Caskets, Metlilc
ANtl (')ItuIuN COFItiNS.
J. A.POLHEMUS,
AS'BS]AKA DRGAELNthittuttStreet.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Baukers and d uetaters ini "edt
Groceries, ProvisionsFiour andrF
6 ands8sI.. Waushuingetn St.. ..-"
JOHN WOTZKE,
Muaker of Cite,
LADIES' and (tENT']r!I'
Reicint tug unit oneti. Vi S. Mit' ~
TERCHERS ARE INTRO
__ TO Sc H OF -CEISt
N.w°70.tflI55itRN ST. LCna9
I2 1. I'ttN STIIEET,
AlNN ARBORul, 1itiC.
SPECIMENS AND CURIOSITIES
OF "ALLt.IS.itt
SPECIMENS FOR STUDENT
Cheap Collectiotus a SpecialtY'
Famous Satin Spar anid other M1inerl
and Shell Jewelry and NoVel'
ties always in Stock.

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