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October 07, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-07

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
-- THE N E-x--"TJO 'THE-~J
CLOTHING HOUSE,
171, 173, 175 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michiaari _ _ i Ch1QQL ADIJ IVERLI
Men's GEN ENIII'I:'s FURN~iIIN\,
en's CLOTHNG HATS AN D soPS
allowits to say that we carry the finest and the most complete assort
' Latest Novelties A r r V n D a iIL. Ready-made Clothing and Furnishing Goods in the city. Our Suits ai
tment of
d Over-
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Mair-lStreet. 44 South State Street,
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, s T Ar r --r T m -_- .-
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANKie Booss, ALL KINos,
All Books used in City Schools. Students Note Books and Pads, Draft-
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instruments.
Large Stock of Fountain Pens. A Warranted Fountain Pen (Gold) for $1.50.
JAMES M, STAFFORD, SHORTHAND CORSE
IT WILL PAY YoU. Shorthand school, Ne w
Building, 20 South State Street.
coats are equal to custom tailor work. We have added to our
:HA'T DEE1PA1 WMEN'r
the Celebrated WILCOX HAT, which, in addition to the DUNLAP, GUYER
and other leading styles, makes it the most complete in Ann Arbor.
35 SOUTH MAIN STREET, A.L.NOJ3LE=
G. H.WILD,
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Is showing the Largest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
All the latest shades and novelties in Trouserings and
Overcoatings. Fine Vrests cans he had of
No. E.Washington St.,near Main. G. H. WILD.
--THE AROUSI- DTUSIT PIRLOTO
SIN 103O10P 1l;IjjI(, _ __ __ _ __ _
AT LOW PRICES. WM.ARNOLD.
I
TAILOR eIM fRE 1
The best place to get a
FI sg + +As 6 - s131;
MADE TO 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.
I1IllBy buying of
E, F. MILLS & CO.,
THE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CAR-
PET STORE.
YY 21 /'1{l lYV4Ll
t1/aTAtaiawa/l f9 tal Y+. araasr rw
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY b LOWEST PRICES
On LAMPS, in this city. You will save money by buying of us. Our
RED STAR " OIL has no equal, burns without 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 & Co.
- - ----
Ii
THE CAMPUS.
Mr. A. S. Livermore addressed
a large audience in the Congrega-
tional church last evening on the
evils of tobacco.
One hundred and fifteen stu-
dents took psychology last year.
So far this year three hundred
and four are taking the course.
Prof. Dewey has one section.
The new music for the Choral
Union, Rheinberger's C'Christo-
forus," has arrived.
Six Princeton freshmen were
run in by the Trenton police Fri.
day night for stealing signs.
Prof. Stanley will be out of
town to-morrow.
Michigan' Club court will be
held inquizz-room, law building,
every Friday night. Officers elec-
ted are: Chief Justice, G. R. Jr-
ving; Asso. Justice, T. J. Cava-
naugh; Clerk, E. F. Gower; Pros.
Atty., G. A.oBrown; Sheriff, S.
Treby.
L. D. Johnson, 'lit 92; will not
return to college this years.
B. L. Green; formerly of '90,
A. T. Randall, lit '92 is super-
intendent of the High School at
Lake Forest. He receives a sala-
ry of $1300 per year.
Trans-Mississippi club court
meets in the quiz-room, law buil-
ding every Monday evening. Offi-
ers for next term are: Chief Jus-
tice, W. F. Wanless; Asso. Jus-
tice, E. R. Spotts; clerk, Mr.
Araud; sheriff, T. A. Morrin.
There will be a meeting of the
Sophomores in room A next Sat-
urday at 9. a. in. to elect a foot-
ball captain and make definite ar-
rangements'for the Freshman-
Sophomore foot-ball rush.
The first-meeting of the Oracle
Board was held the other evening.
It was decided to offer prizes for
the best cover, prize article, poem,
humorous story, and cartoon. The
members of the board are all hus-
tling, and-expect to bring out a
very fine publication this year.
,Competition is open to the sopho-
more class All communications
should be sent to H. A. Friedman,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
3MAIN STuRT,
s eciai attention paid to repairing Watches
a dJlry.
M. W. BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, A N D
ART GOODS. 10west Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manufacturer of and dealer in
SAGINAWGANG SAWED LUM 3ER
Cor. Fourth and Depot Sts.
J. HALLER
46iSOUTH MAIN ST.
Bepairing a specially.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
8and8E. washingtonSt.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of Sie
LADIES' and GENTS' SHOES.
Repairing neatly done. 43S. Main St.
-ANN ARBOR SAVINGSBANE.
L. GRUNER.
Dealer in
No.8 South Male StreeL
Repairing done Neatly and Promptly.
O. M.MARTIN,
DEALER IN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFF'INS.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Central and Northern
Pacific lines run throughl Pullman Ves-
tibuled and Colonist Sleepers between
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. The train known
as the "Pacific Express" leaves the
Gi and Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Fifth Avenue and
Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Co-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to GEO. K.
T omrsoN, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central 1assengerStation, cornerFifth
Avenue and arrison Street, Chicago
I11.
20 SOUTH CA"N'. has returned to graduate with '91.1 managing editor.

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