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October 11, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-11

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THE U,, OF M: DAILY.
17117317-V"' o-wardAveneDcte t vloat
Ilottli it t.
< LateD1 ZEL] 1~ i
NEW BOOK STORES,
6 South Main Street. 44 South State Street,
BLiJWI 1IS T EF FD-
It is the Latest and Only.
i Nothing T'lakes its PHace.
See NOBLE'S Widow Display.
Blacit Shtirts, Black Underwecar, Black Necekwear, Black
Handkerchiefs, Black Caps, Black Suspenders, Black Hosiery,
Black Elastics, Black Studs, Black Buttons.
THE BLACK
CRAZE.
UNIVERSITY TEXT-BOOKS, s,2 A2'=C)Z T R. G H WL
Ml 3a;sediCBotyScLhoBos LN OOs L hsnIs shiowing the Largest Stock of Pull.IDress Suttings in the market.
Al Ioksuedi Ct Shol. Stitlents, Note Blooks and Pads, Draft- Atl the latest shades and novelties in Trousertngs and
Complete Line of Sporting Goods. ing Instruments. Overcoattngs. Fine crests can he had ef
Large Stock of iFountain Pens. A Warranted Foontatn Pen (Gold) for $1.,1). No. 2 E. Washington St., near Main, G. H. WIJLD.
JMSMSTFOD FINE JOB P'RINTING. -THE ARGUS, - 3 ~ .ESS PILECITOLY.
JAMES M. STAFFORD1 iti s wuraietopese. Ssihfaetmuihmrstel FIf\N JO1 ~ Is~ MJSIT _
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE. AT Lowain RCES.
THE LARGEST STOCKAN AVN NI
WM. ARNOLD,
GREAEST ARIEaTY O ETPIE WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
The Itest plice to -ea tn LAMPS, in this city. ,You is-ill save monaiey hy buying of us. Our S asum trtioo eaid o EknI-,irin a Watches
al 6 ,itosy __________.___
lIs'I STAll'' OIL loutno equal, burns wNithout odor, or
charring of wick anid gives a clear while light. M. W. BLAKE,
!' ( f " , ( T FICTLRFS, F RAMEIIS, A 2' Il
if IbS + .~a$~ S J "old at lio E'ils her gallon, deliver~ied to any )airt of the city. At GOS 5(tttts t
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. FpJEAN & cap
___ADE______TO____ ORDER_________ f_ FERDON LUMBER YARD,
THACMPS.ThTOnoarORDERsofLv Manuacturer of and deafer un
THE AMPS. inehonrar meber ofLy-SAG1NAW GANG SAWED LUM3SER
LATEST STYLES Jamnes F. kinight, '89 law, is ceum No. 1, A. A. HI. S., held va Cor. Fourth anti Depot Ste.
teahig nglshan hitoy iimeeting last evemig to consider J" HALLER
teacliii nglih an his6ry n t li ,MAI T
MODERATE PRICES.
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICH.
SPRBL~MI,
Where and how to bu~y Lathes'
and Gents' Furinishings
at the Lowest
Prices.
______D_13gi5' titalecof
E' F. MILLS &LCO0,
TiHE POPULAR DRY GOODS AND CAR-
PET STORE.
the La Porte High School.
The elocution class in the High
School gave their first public re-
cital last eveninig. The perform-
ance was excellent and reflected
much credit upon the instructor,
Mrs. Trueblood.
Mr. Adler, architect of the fama-
ous Chicago auditorium, is in
town, visiting his son, of the class
of '94.
The jtuiior lass who was the
main p~articipanit in the j,,da, yes-
terday afternoon lhss discarded
the tile that proved so obnoxious
to tie seniors.
Over forty persons. were exam-
inedl last evenimng fisr positions on
the Glee Club. Owing to the
large number of applicaits present,
no definite choice could be made.
From this it will be seen that we
will have a fine Glee Club this
year. The examination will be
concluded next Monday evening.
The sophomores have received
versity branch of the Lycenni.
G. P. Codd, '91, has returned
from the East, whsere lie won the
base-ball pemnant for the ID. A. C.
Clilleote, '92, has imarried and
goiie West.
Andrew E. Gibsoii will give a
life-size lportrait as a prize for tie
host title page iii the Oracle.
Tlhe seilior pluarmnics held their
class electioii yesterday, amid chose
the folhowiiig officers for tlhe enl-
sttuig year: President, A. AV.
Adamis; vice--president, Miss
Grieves; secretary, W. K. Schmidt;
treasutrer, 1B. L. Ihiurray: base hall
captaiiu, 11. Burgess; foot ball cap-
taimi, P. Briggs; liistoriaii, F. WV.
Biorradaile. A committee was also
appointed to decide on class pins.
Fred C. hicks, formerly in-
structor in political economy, was
married to Miss Verna C. Sheldon.
Miss Merib S. Rowley, became
Mrs. Tute Patterson early in the
**attion.
Repairing a epeciaity.
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
AND COMMON COFFI1NS.
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Bakers and dealers in
Groceries, ProvisionsFliour and Feed,
6 and 85E. Wasinigton St.
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker oecfSee
LADIE'S' axed GET IS' SOES.
Rairirng neatly done. 43 S. Naio St.
G RANG ER 'S
{ACADEMY OF DANCINGJ
Opposite L~aw -Bujilig,.
Pttiilsowiliibe received at anyitune daring
Through Vestibuled and Colonist
Sileepers Between Chicago and
Tacoma, Wash., and Port-
hand Oregon.
'The Wisconsimi Cemntral annt Northermn
Pacific inies rtim through Pullmiiamu 'ies-
tilsulethamid Colonist Sleepters between
Chicago and Tacoma, Wash., and
Portland, Oregon. 'The train known
as the 'Pacific Express" heaves the
Gland Central Passenger Station, at
the corner of Filth Avenue and
llarrison Street, at 10:45 P. M. daily.
For tickets, berths in Pullman or Col-.
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gamo. K.
THOserSOs, City Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 2011 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Tieket Agent, Grand
Cthtra PassengrStation, corner~ifth
AvetleandHariso Steet, Chicago
20i .Q..E XAZ the uabi oresisays :inRRoman

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