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October 10, 1890 - Image 4

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

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
171, 173, 175 Woodward Aventa, Detotit Mchigq.it is the Latest and Only.
Cutest sNove to Jtrnvon Doil
NEW BOOK STORES,
<! T P t
6 South Maiq Street. 44 South State Street,
Nothing Takes its Place.
See NOBLE'S Window Display.
Black Shirts, Black Underwear, Black Neckwear, Black
Ifandkerchiefs, Black Caps, Black Suspenders, Black Hosiery,
Black Elastics, Black Studs, Black Buttons.
THE BLACK
CRAZE.
t"-T T T'WTT.T1
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BO0OKS, S 2'A2 ZW L. 1.A JLIJ
Modical Beok, Law Booosmi~~ oiAthns, I. oios in li I Bget3 SO ofPut rs olng iit4Ii ic
All Books used ini City Schools. Students,'Note Books and RPads, Draft- Allowngthe Laes t ockiesa ovltiDessintuin s i hemrkt
olComplete Liine of Sporting (roods. lNug Instrunindts.l Ote cra otings.s aninoeltVesintc uii i nd0
Large Stock of Fountain Pfiis. A1 Warranted Fountacin P'en {(()nid) for $1.50. No. 2 E. Washington St, near Main. G. H. 'WILD.
- ( FINE JOB PRINTING. --*THE ARGUSt- ILLIQL
J MES MSTAFFORD, It is our aimntopise.istf,mtinuo oaiWf1 IN b J :JQ 1f tMil JJ
THE LARGEST STOCK,AN AVN NI
GRATSTVARIETY C LOWEST [N~IE itl ATi MARND. EELR
The tbest place to gelia. Oni L.XMtS, iniifts city.; You will save iooy by buyoing of us. Our S, il iaa uii t ratsanit Watches
IIt El) ST1Al " OIL has no equaul, burins without odoir, or
- Prslai- r n- of wick ail gives a clear white light. M. W .BLAKE,
m w Soltd -t 10 cciits per gallioi, delivered to any part of the city. ART GOODS. ;' F itt 5 s i usaSt
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. FAN&C.
MADE_________TO_____ORDER_________ FERDON LUMBER YARD,
THEA CAMTOUORDERs' o oeComiplete 3Vorks;-I siiiciiiieroc iidiiealer it
THCAPS Cio oe's e ttPIAXl'A C-AA1nt1a v
r
k
F
LATE
-ST STYLES i-ed Loveridge, Lit. 590), is vis-
itiiig Aim Arbor friends. Fred
lhis spout the last year iii.Paris,
MODERATE PRICES. sttidying Electrical Engiiieering.
Tlio first aniiial coitest of the
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.., ioii egulieelb
iEvaiistsii, Oborlin, Wiscoiusin and
ARBOR, - - - MICHI. Micliigai uniiversities, will be hold
_________in Aim Arbor iiext Mlay.
President Gates will assume his
n TTP1IN I duties ait Ambeirst about Noveii-
Title Page, Life-size Poitrit of
Wiier.
E..- L. Miller, ': 0, Telegraphic
Coar.Fourth and Deot Sts.
J. HALLER
AN N
A 111
11 VMlUNI!
Whiere andl how to tbuy Ladies'
aiiil(Gi-nts' Furuiitliis
at the Lowest
Prices.
SLOINVII)Bhuingo
E:F. F. MILLS 00CO3
TilE POPULARI DRY 0OODS AND C.Ail-
PE.T STORE.
20 SOU7TH X.&XN.
Iser 1.
The class of '93,IHarvard, lois
dropped 50 iiieni for lat-k of wcork.
Prof. Pattengill lots divided bis
clues iii Denidstlieiis iiito sectiuiis
for semnary work. They will
study the Attic Orators.
Denver is soon to have a femiile
college miodelled after Vassar.
The Columbia Scbool of Phiil~s-
opliy offers seventy courses.
The following is a list of the
prizes offered by the Oracle Board
for eonitributions: Story, $15.00;
Humorous Sketch, $10.00; Class
Song, t"tU. of M." Banjo; Cartoon,
$;5.00; Cover, $5.00; Dramatic
Scene, choice of Goethe's, Dick-
Editor of the Detroit Tribiiie, is Repairing iiseialt-.
visitinig his college frienids. 0.MI'ART IN,
The editors of the- Oracle are Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFINS.
II. . FreduianMangingEd- RINSEY & SEABOLT,
itor; W. J. Currer, Busiiiess Man- linkertsad deiiiers is
ager; .Miss Liilii Sonthiniayd, See- GrcrePoiin;Fau and Feed,
rotaiy; II. II. ;Deiilaii, F. II JOHN WOTZKE,
Smuth, S. S. Hari-is, W. P. Parkeu-r,i.A11 IFS' Maker ittf5ne
W. S. Whiting, F. E. Janniette iRepairing sn-atlydsla. 43 S. Aftin St.
anid Miss Margaret Cahill, Asso- GRA.NGER'S
ciate Edituirs. The following --ACADEM FDNIG
professors have kindly consenitedtl poseY cvOF tDNCN,.
to act as judges in awardiiig the Opoieia idng
prizes: Prtfs. Tliomias, Scostt and pit< illbe trttritttuat any tiie diuring
Kelscv. All conitributionis must thesfteasts.
be seiit to "The Oracle," oii()or Through Vestibuled and Colonist
before Novemiber 10thi. Tacomna, Wash., and Port-
Be sure to atleiid tlio S. C. A. The Wisconusin (enitral amid Northiern
Pacific hines riii thiroughPullman Yes-
social this eveniing. A speciaillin- tibuiled and Colonist Sic-ehers bietween
"Chicago ad Wam,1l;sh.,and
vitatiOii is extended to all fresh-Potad r;onThtaikon
Muen, as the "Pacihic Express" heaves thie
GI and Cenitrah Passeiuger Station, at
Harvey, one of the Cornell thie coriier of Fifth Avenue and
beefbacs boke eislegin a Harrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daihy.
hafbakbrk hslg For tickets, berthis ini Pullnman or Coh-
practice gganue, Saturday. onist Sleepers, etc., apply to GEO. K.
TinomrtsoN, City Passenger and Ticket
The 1?. A. C' s are file Chasss- .Agent, 21)5 Chark Street, or to F. J.
S. EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
p+iouts cf the C. S. Avmtcfer -Ath- Cenitral Passenger Station, corner Fifth
letc 7 iton.Avenue and H1arrison Street, Chicago
lefic aien.Ill.

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