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February 25, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-02-25

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SALE OF WATCHLS
MY IKNTIII PSTOC'K,01F
JJE77LLY,73 ILYERWALE 1EALP oozi,.
Musn-t )e closed1 ot. Sale evry afternoon and F)venig
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..7072 DEARBORN ST
Teachers Co-Operafive Association CHICAGO,1
Established inInS4 oiin filled. 2300. Seeks Teachers s" 10
aret ambitious for advancement rather than those without otis
G. H. WILD,
HARVARD AND YALE, _Ni_1111"
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6i MFLiFF S1. 411Stiale St. No. 2 E. Washington St, near main. . H . Wib
JAMES M, STAFFORD, 71 Za- T O _ TSIES DE CO
GREATEST VARIETY LOWEST PRICES EflWI.TEAROLDCO
;TI( - FN CROCKFERIIF FM 1112 IT) - WAtCHMAKER AND JWLR
r i )C11Pearl Wh~it)ePlaites - - - - t tii ts, 1)r set :#MbAIN OIIES, >ea teto adt earn'
7AL R P R E $t nh Adlamantine Clhna Plates - - - 401cts. er 51setI anJeFeweFl)rFF.
7 incIF Semoi-pocelahin, lIFotecs Plates - - 85 ets. pe1 setM.r BAE
Pearl Wh~ite II'dl'dI Tea~s---- -------385 Fts.per set MpWLAE
lihebhst place to get a Ad~aman tinle I115111'Tets-c - 501 ets. per set IPIC'rUMES, FRAMfES, )
Bloote's Sem~i-porellainF It Ill FllTeas FF 7 5 ets. lper set AMR GOODS. 1lOWest 1
Q TTT44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO. EDNLUBRYR
THE CAMPUS. Cornell insgFoing th~routgh the came SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM-8'R
MAE O RDRII IFF~eI t FFFrCwexpterience th~at th~e U. of It . lid a _ er. Fourl)FFh)IF-and)epots..
MAET RE ulFl ICnwe ll omorwyear ago. Thte sophomoFF~res capetureFd J"HALLER
IFg.th~e freshman toaFsFmaster aFnd lre- 46 SOU)THI ST.
L A TESTSTYLES'Ple followeingmembers Fof theetedI CF himrnoim))atteninthF ~e ban- RepiFring a spely.FF~t____
ltl reshmnan class have been appIointed buet. Thte facullty has take)) holdI0. M. MARTIN,
b~y te '94lbtse-ball Fdirectolrs ticso-FiDEALEIN 1 fetaJi
of te mlatter, aidthF te sophomores Cloth Caskets, IVE
llt moneyFfroim) tteecssto defray Fill Itave react)) to regret their AND '1(y)-MMO)NCF:FINS._55-,
Vthe ase-ball 1eFpenes 5fioethe com- acttio. J.A. POLH-EMUS
MODERATE PRICES, ing season: Shermaan, Sh~aw,,Frietd- A" lCtigo h ler ~g T _
IAtameigothDertHihman), I reSilsRbn LSO'LS HACK ANDI) I I~i AGS U
Feltl lreShels Rihn Schtool alunmni, Charles H. Jacobts, North Manstreet.
19 SOUTH MAIN,:ST.. 50FF, Ilanl, K-eatintg, Paisnrs, IHunter, chtairmntof thteexecutisecommittee, RINSEY & SEABOLT,
LelaWnwrh eet rkstatetd that te 1eri ihSchool lBkers and deales iF) ee
A N ARBOR, - - - MIICHi. Clel, 1'.fftwort.,JwtIrk, leleriliGroceries, Prov.Wsigon ourat-
CdwlEfne.ScholarsipliFund in tIhe University ____ and sE. WFi~)lS
__________ ~At the unity Clubh, next Monday of Michigan" was receiving a great JOHN WOTZKE,
evenngPro. S F. eckam illMakersofIfie
URLE ll' JOLLY,; eml, rf .I.Pcla d ilteal of encouragement. The asso- LADIES' and GENKTi S' I1
give a talk oIF)thle "History anFd clation will he able tF) sentd several Rlepairing neatlr dont. 48S. Maio St"
285s. STATE ST., AsN ARBOR, SMICH., Iisitribution of Petroleum.l,' There gratduates of the HlighI Schtool 10 the
TII3= NZ will also he sonte"Conmic Songs," University next year.r
Wholesale and Retail AgentIby 1Mr. Harkins. At a meeting of the freshman Smmi re Obf
Thle rehlearsal of th~e Chloral Union, class, last Saturday,'Mr. Terry was WithItl et~ ftile fors,131
1';ANAss Ios FR - C. hal letd t e fus
fuI Ti I Ield so tar. Miss Gootdwin ap- seas also a plpinltedl to select a class iiishl all thatisiine1w a1115sirFled
ftIE padfor th~e first timeFOassoloist,)I hat and also a boartd of base-hall d-''nCiktl-LaO Crose, actse
and greatly deligted hler listeners. rectors was elected. 11fcalOuig se.ur1015
Swae o qaiyad ualyAVAIID, YAL.EFU. OF. e first concert tsill he give)) MarcIh .A hill Ilas beenl introdlucetd intoIlo) equail. Oulr linle of Base Ball P
AND NIVESAL 3th.plies, Bets, Balls, Malsks, Bod~y lpi%
ANDUNI~t~cAL131).thle state legislature to raise the does teetors, Catehers' Mitts, Lawnliea
'j' t 1 ( t71 t ^t ' The folloswinig is thle conmmittee on of foreign studlents from $35 to $50 Supplies, etc., etc., a1s illfortel r
C OLLEGEL + OJIFIITER aqe rrneet frteStg-aya.olSstill tdefy eompletitionl, jefth
banuetarrngeent fo th I lgi a ear jl90jstly proudI ef 0our large c to h
31'0RTZ 'o- fleecing Society: Mr. 1).BI. Clleever, Mlessrs. Smith, Tosel anld Keating losswig, due a5s we are aware, 'Til1s
charnint esrs. Ric~arls~tgac a lieat tF a ~uierF~ttilirsuperior qulity of onr goods.f ail
ADDcharma; 1l~esrs Riharson gae asprad o anumer f teiresteemilwe a10111to strengtln f roll)
Sacket, Carplenter, ishler, Bldwein frientds, last ev-ening. seaisoni to seasoni, ill the imI4ro5 cod-
, _ ATUEU K GaO O $ ad attn.of 0our gooids where it ic possible, --"sof
~ ciq OQD$~.. aid flaten. lTe lecture which svas to he given respondt~ee (desiredI with nIlaig5 01
Blase Fall and Teninis Goods Messrs. Ifopkias, Winants aiid hy Mr. Conswell, last Saturdlay, svill all eollege elubs. ted or ou tjrYCtlgu fSme Sot .n
atProf. Stanley have heen appointed he delivereil text Thursday eveninig, forms, A. & B. free to Filly address
aSpecialty. lY tl hrllto saclmte eray ai A. G, SPAULDING & BROSO
to draseup resolutions of contdolence Ray Bart, lit 'g; is hack again. CIIIC-AGO: PiIADEI lA Ft
10 ANiD 11 HfARVTARDI1115W, in regard to the death of IDr. wdin. The sorosis give a recepition to- 108 MadFF111 street. 1032Ichestna)
shlell. mnorrosw afterntoon at Mrs. Desec's. 54 NFFv IoFIK.

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