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March 24, 1891 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-03-24

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L rK WM FAL
SjALE OF WATCHES
JEWELL, SLYE WAE biP zoa
Mus't he closed out. Sale every afternoon and even dg
L. T. LAMPERT,
11-ai-stere i Flocki - - - - Ann Arbor, Mli.
Life is Uncertain! N .EX HB'-RY".Iil
DEATH IS SURE. Iii, TIME TABLE.
ea s i;i L :'' at .:(,:,1.0,a 11.,a
Leave ANN A~IM ORIfrom Court Wau4>5)
*ci-aiiici n younig mnn ietw nit ii ,iscofn:.'0
an 25i at the lowi ratei ofi$11 ci9 n-i- r i$DiiH), in thei ci T1NF.
Mieiciliani MctnaiilLife Insurcance-r itany. Leane Y'I'LANTt1, 2.40,ii4..'5 i, t0: 7'4
A ts overcc 3,uiiui,u551t. ,surplusicoverN100,00. p, miat
All k~ins if endowmtic Iand intmntiii pollu- ILena-cANN ARBORtfromSCour nt loane, a
cies writteniiitiiilowcrate. No compaiiti.'ny-wite t1u30,:i.0 . 5, F> ii ciii0,49i0. i.11-
Ia ibetterc oni-iract. An exaiai oniiiiiii fiournc i,94 ndI., risonS na ilso
iH. J.c cicid CON) RAD, K Yo1u udiIcansvem n ygonthswa
ticResient Anent, IS SoutIngami. Dtrtoit. _,
Tecerii prtveA l 'jut takin tie etc p forltheiialdvlitbAn \rlir() 4 Establishe~d in 1 84" Ponitions fiiiecd, 2300. Seeks TonGa cc
1\' Y ace ambitious for an'vancement rather than ticovs' withot !Ir
l\\"ll ~l0151531 Thelietl owt toc
piced 'i 'ls pie'cviiterIevr 'old ic1o00sold at
"HARVARD AND YALE,
In the bist seveniinithis. tCotte in aiiisee them.-
'The SAC 1ICIll' FOUNTAtINliEN is the BEElSt1'. We cell it. We sel
I)Ut EN 1r ],O T NEAlN ITEN fir fi.50 and cwarraitit.i
(6 Main St. 14 0ti
+G. H. WILD,
11 thei Allteliftest shiadisanid ioveiesinItrotisietigs ind
Oc inrcatig'. -ite 'teats v-an tie hail of
tii St. No. 2 E. Wasthington St_ near Main. G -1 W L9
1.. MSTAIFFOLE,
HIGH CLA$$
CORRECT:-:STYLES
-IN-
Spring Suitings } Sl etns
Overcoatings.
S Colorings
New - IN
STrouserings.
Novelties'in Fancy Yetin s-Eevery-
thing New-Stylish atsi
Seasonable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR, ---MICHI.
BlIILELIIH & JOLLY,
ais. aSTATE:ST., ANN:Ananut, MIC A.,
BJ AN1K BOO1$,
S 'T=O1 TERYa
AND-
IFor the next thirty edtys.
Harvared, Yaie, L'. iof M' nd]Univesnt
COLLEGE + OUTFITTER,
Sporting and Athletic Goods,
Bane Mall and Tennis
(Goods a specialty.
10AND 11 IHARVARDI) 1OW,
BCRLEIGHI & JOLLY, AeR TS.
GREATEST VAR IETY dLOWEST PRICES
tON CROCKsERY I TT'tt- nIT i.
7 inch Pearl White Plates -' - '- - 13 cts. pter set
7 itich Adamntiine Clihin Platen - 40 ctsi. per set
7 inch Semi-porcelain, Boote's Platen ' 3 8 ctc. per net
P'earl White HIdl'd Teas - - 715 38ctn. per set
AdamantineItIl'd 'less -' -''' -5 0 cts. per set
Boote's Semi-porcelaiti IIdl'd 'eas -_ - ' 75 ets. per net
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & CO.
BUSINESS PILEOTOgJ,
THE CAMPUS. A fine phcotograpsl of Mt. Stephen
antI kicking-IMorse Pans, in the
Leoin Richardson, 'coo lit, csnii Rocky 'Mountainis, canslieen lire-
thne city yesterday. sented to the t'niversity biy the
Prof. Walter has been osut of tocwi Canadiain Pacific Railroad. It is at
for the last fewv inays. piresent in Secy Wadle's office. The
Cross coiiitry runs will psrobably picture in 5oxho iti. in cize, atnilnells
comnmetcce otne sweek fromi Saturday. at the price of $i go. The Caiiadiatt
The candidates for the nine lprac- liacific has a number of flne nmoun-
ticedt out of doors, yesterday, for lain vices equal to this one whsich it
the first titte. has been selliing, ses-eral having beeni
Minses izzie Sectiell ant Clarissa purchased here in Ants Arbor.
Bigelow, '89 lits, are guests at ltce Yaeclge tuitnada
lDelta Gansma house.A Taecleesuntmda
aldrscuss'onoe sHemei to tinshv- remnark to a crowed of factory girls
that displeased them. Whereupon
atiocin,"of thme"omriclas-inone stout girl held the chap while
tion'' y nembrs f Iis las inthe rest kissed bins until lhe yelled
Greek literature, souse timie this for help and had to be rescued by
senmester.
Mr. T1uft's paper on "Isaiah's his fellows. It would he interesting
to know in what manner the other
Concepttion of God,' read before boys helped their unfortunate (?)
thne Bible Institute, is to he putsfllw If they were like msost col-
lilent in "T'le Old TIestament Sin-felw
lege boys, and the girls were reason-
dtdent,r"-of wlliich Dr. Ilarper is the ably pretty, it is clear enough.-Ex.
'The oratorical constest of the Gilpin, Langdon & Co., of Balti-
Northwestern University, to select a msore, have offered to the senior
repsresentative for thne Inter-Collegi- presenting the best paper ots "Ma-
ate contest to be Iseld htere in May', terma Medica," and the juntior mnak-
will occur Friday ev-ening,March 27. -gth bs set of phsarmnaceutical
The dria Prss tus xpresespreparations, a prize consisting of a
itTe AdriantiPressthu ts rbosr large selection of fine drugs and
it:'rle lnslati oa toAn Arorpharmaceutical utensils, valued at
in doing quite a traffic its passensgers. fnsffyt oeIunrddlas
Sundays all Ann Arbor goes down t h nie r to be awarded by
Ypsi., and gets a good square mseal, Thereeiudeswh are innt aycu
nt te htelsfora fuartr. nlynected with the School of Pharmacy.
about two-thirds as mtany can ride
honse in a car as filledI it cominig A very keen competitions is ex-.
dowln. jpeeled.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWEE '
n 36Jirr SIIE, watches
M. W.- BLAKE,
PICTURES, FRAMYES,A
ART GOODS. 10i went FirR5St.
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Malnnufaeiurer nf anildeatler in E
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMSE
CoFut n eo t.JHALLER
Repniriig c speciaity.--'
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER tN
Cloth Caskets, Mfetalli0
AND OiMMON COFISNS....--
J. A. POLHEMUS.
ALSO 'iLS HACK AND IIAGiOAOELi'
Norih Main Sireet. -'
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakernaned deaens in
Groceries, Provisions,Flour and reed
6i tid 8SE. 'ashington Si.-
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of fin
LADIES' and GENTS' 900
Repnirin eaty done. 435. MainastL
With the returnt of thte Mane r
Season we shall he preprared to fis
lish all that is new and desirale il
UN IFOIS FORl ManeBal a
Tenntis, Cricket, La Crease,'ctn
ande for all Outing uses. OurSC ge
Sweater for quality and durability Y -
no equal. Our lilne of Bane Mall "'P
plies, .Bats, Balls, Masks,Bo i
tectors, Cathters' Mitts, Lawn T ee{s
Supplies, etc., etc., ansill former s are
ons will defy competition, We fol-
justly proudn of our large collegeftce
loweing, due as we are awvare, tThu4s
superior tqtality of oue goods. flin
esteem we slut to strentgthencleliI
neason to seasnl, inlthte ilslros for01-
of our goods whtere it is possibler of
responidene desiretd withnage
all college clubs. Send for our Li
Catahogile of Sommser Sports anid
forms, A. & B. free to anly address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CHICAGO: PlllLADLLcSI"':eit
109 Madiwn 5 tSreet. I5571 Cbstnats
241 and 1!3 Bred-way'

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