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October 08, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-08

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
CLOTHING HOUSE,
171, 173, 175 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigar. It is the Latest and Only.
Men's, r T ( nuN EnwssusNGs Nothing Takes its Place.
iren's AT AN'-@i ATPS
See NOBLE'S Window Display.
"-:Latest Novelties ArriMng Daly.I 1T
.
NEW BOOK STORES,
x ) -< 3
6 South Mairq Street. 44 South State Street,
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, 3 SrI,.Z - i o g p;:-' ,,
Medical Books, Law Books, BLANK BooKs, ALL K ns,
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.
Blaci Shirts, Black Underwear, Black Neckwear, Black
Handkerchiefs, Black Caps, Black Suspenders, Black Hosiery,
Black Elastics, Black Studs, Black Buttons.
THE
BLACK
CRAZE.
G. H. WILD,
Is showing the Largest Stock of Full Dress Suitings in the market.
Alt the latest shades and novelties in Trouscrings and
Overcoatings. Fine Vests can be had of
No. 2 E. Washington St., near Main. G. H. WILD.
JAMES M, STAFFORD,
ThILDR IMPRR
The best place to get a
fIM1,SG -+ QJASS + S1DJ
MADE TO ORDER.
LATESTt STYLES
&...-o
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, . - MICH.
A PROBLEMI
Where andshoweto buy Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishings
at the Lowest
Prices.
By buying of
E1 F, MILLS & CO,;
THE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CAR-
PET STORE.
20 Q'T icroziq-
FINE JOB PRINTING.
It is our ainto piease. Satf action Guaranteed
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE.
---TH E ARGUSa-
AT LOw PRICEs.
THE LARGEST STOCK,
GREATEST VARIETY a LOWEST PRICES
On LAMPS, in this city. 'You will save money by buying of us. Our
'IRED STARl" 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.
THE CAMPUS.
G. M. Hull, Medic '90, has lo-
cated at Ypsilanti.
The freshman class at Amherst
numbers 76 this year.
W. S. Taylor, '90 Medic, is
practicing in Detroit.
Jas. N. McBride, Lit. '88, was
supervisor of the 3rd Michigan
district for the census just com-
pleted. He has also been secre-
tary of the board of school exam-
iners for Shiawassee 'county and
was mentioned as a prominent
candidate for superintendent of
public instruction at the present
state election. He has recently
purchased the Owosso Times.
Seth Knight, '90 Law, is prac-
ticing at Mt. Clemens, Mich.
The first meeting of the Engi-
neering Society will be held next
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.
Prof.[Davis will deliver an ad-
dress on "Engineers, and how they
are made."&The Engineers have
the most flourishing society in the
University,and extend a most cor-
dial invitation to all Freshmen to
join.
At a meeting of the Junior
Medics, it was decided to challenge
the Seniors to a foot-ball rush, as
this appeared to be the only way
to insure a rush in the department
this year.
At a meeting of the Glee Club,
last evening, J. E. Jamieson, Lit.
'91, was elected president. It
was decided to hold a competitive
examination to fill vacancies-next
Friday evening in Room 24. The
examination is open to all students
of the University. The club is in
need of one first-tenor, one second-
tenor, three first-bassos and two
second-bassos. Let all students
who aspire to join the club, attend
the examination.
There will be a meeting of the
Dramatic Club this evening at
7:30.
Prof. Adams has mapped out a
very fine course in Political Econ-
omy for . the second semester.
Lectures will be delivered by four
very eminent professors of Politi-
cal Economy in Eastern colleges,
and a special quiz-master will be
appointed to examine the bays on
the lectures.
IBJSI1{ESS DIPRECTORY.
ANN ARBO RAS INGSDANI
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
N6 MAIN STREET.
S ecial attention paid to repairing watches
an 51Jewelry.
M. W. BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMES, A NPD
ART GOODS. 10 west Huron St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Manueturer e ofand dealerin
SAGINAWGANG SAWED LUM BER
Cor. Fourth and Depot Sts.
J. HALLER
46 S0uTH MAIN ST.'
Repairing a specialty.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Makers and dealers in
Groceries, Provisions, Flourand Feed,
6Sands8 E. washington St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Miakereof line
LADIES' and GENT 01SISO"S.
Repairing neatly done.43a. Maein St.
O. M.MARTIN,
DEALER IN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS.
GRANGER'S
-ACADEMY OF DANCING,-
Opsosite L-aw Buidaing.
Pupilsnwill be received at any time during
the aeseon.
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sieepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
land Oregon.
The Wisconsin Central and Northern
Pacific lines run through Pullman Yes-
tibuled and Colonist Sleepers between
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. The train known
as the "Pacific Express" leaves the
Gand 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 GEo. K.
THOMPsON, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 205 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
Central PassengerStation, cornerFilth
venue anarrison Street, Chicago
Ill.

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