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October 14, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-14

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
CLOTHING HOUSE,
171, 73, 15 Woodw adAvenue CtIt is the Iatest ml n l y.
+ le "5 CLOT 111CINGld" l MVi' I SII( ,tit' k 10P
f ee NOBLE'S Wind.owDisplay.
~Y L4I~h No t La H~ V4 10Black Shirts, Black Uniderwear, Bi k Neccl wear, Bick
NEWT BOOK SORE Handkerchiefs, Black Caps, Black Susop~ei> ,BI lk
'Black Mastics; Black Studs, Black Buttons.
THE B1LACK CRAE
UNIVERSIT'Y nsx'r-nulOKS, S T O -G.H.-ILD
111 3< l nei11 {it. Lc h B s oh Is sliotiig tI lie Largest Stock o' Fall lDress Suil ill the mari et1(.
AlJlosne 1 i Stnl~l5 ldellts, Note looks and fads.,iDraft-' All the latest shades and1noeltisiii Il Ionseriligs ad
Conipl(,te L"ine of Sporting Goods. ing lustrnIents. Ovsercoatiiigs. Fine Vests ean lie lhalof
La rge StoIck of Fountlailens. A Warranited Fo'iilltlaill Peui (Gold) for $1.50. No. 2 B. Washington St, near Main. G.H WILD.
GH.JMS SAFR, FINE JOB PRINTNG. T -THE AROUS,- FJ3 -IITL2 PILCiO07 .
JM SMSAFOR, Iti s our aim Io pleas. 5515 tiaton itaned I Ii7JO l F RI N I
REGISTER OFFICE, OPPOSITE COOK HOUSE. AT LOW PRICES. AN A0 SVNG At
mALR ''IIO TR HE LARGEST STOCK,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
~AILR ~GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PRICESt WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
O LiITS.iMANTtIIte best place to get a iiLAP, ill this city. Yoll will save money by bu~yinlg of no. Ouir S >ecial attentlion pild to repa~iig Watches
t iREl) STi'll "OtL tils-n10 equal0, bulrns without odor, or
ctiarrilig of wick and11 gives a clear white tight. M .BAE
ro T-m,15sIIXCTUR'a.ES, FRA/MIS, A -_jD
fIRZ + iItJ-kAj }. Sold8111at 10 cenits telrgallonl, delivered to any tact of tile eity.ARGOD. PwIlrl i
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. PEAPN & cO.- ____
MADE TO ORDER _________ FERDON LUMBER YARD,
THE CMPUS. foot-ba~ll calptainl will be olected, i AGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
Pr11111nddefinite aIcr eenls will be Cor. 501i111 an11Dleot Sts.
LATEST STYLES Prf uildsoll, after tiring t( ___ __
cul 1 110 11 o tc ~iIOW nlide fo~r -the lireshlnlail-Sophlo- -I" I-ALLER
* I ~~ Inlore rash. ~.-
of.. N. A. Phillips, Law-, "(11. reSi- IReeoirin-s _I ollecrialty. -_
ollouWho have oe,11 11inlenice 0. M .MARTIN,
MODERATE PRICES.'5w111 this ilog, Ip~lse take ihintcdealt of Webster Society, Was IDEALEE IN
Ol~~t'. calledI to his 110111 at Nkewcalstle, Cloth Caskets, Metallic
19 OUH MINST, Tio sI~lO~loe el~) 1 binPa by telegratlI, Satnurday, andlci Alt COMMON COIFFINS.
1I- 0)10 b 10afx ol RINSEY & SEABOLT,
can~vassed1 to see whlat oinonB111 wllbegon afeIwelakers and Seaters in
ANN ARBORI, - - - MICII. r av"tis 10to tl diaiiyo Next Fidcay evenling, at u o'clck Groceries, Provision sFour and Feed,
previls he dvisbilty o iland S E. WaoIhiIluon S.51
having a1 rushl. D. B.) (hoover, 31, xiii tell -- JOHN WOTZKE,
thle LEnlrlaeeris hw Al Si MnMler oflfine
At 111st Ce Cings examI~inlationbw''hn11 I.ADXIES' and GIENTtvS'SHOES.
for te Gle Clu, txolltx Ic rAlbor Electr ic IRailwaty Was Conl- IRepaliring neatly donle. 431S. Main St.
for he lleir voCes Stlmiare
students hd hi ocstested. t Uce~. RANGER'S
10oever. 110 definite choice cottld 111)1 Otis C. Jolins5on returnied _' ACADEMY OF DANCING,-+-
Wteellit10 otil ais boeImadel. A bus1iness5lieetiII~r of fromll I urope Saturday. O1'. sitJIaN -Building.
K31( (1110 thestIgo 11 clnb wats held lafter the " L ilch1,')"?, is lit llrsenlt
l0t 1111, lowestexam~lination, 1111d1 William Rl Assistanit City 1Ilgilleer of 1Yala- IIl 0ill 1 N I be r iceived at any it l I I
Pries R111s13, 90 lW ll)(lj1:1 ila'.oo. Ile will returcnito college'il
" ;clenNlSelco 0 after Thi-lriksgixmng. Throuh Vestibuled an~d Colonist
£1415 - aseete 2aI 1 SeprsBtee hcaoad1 agcyof the (lice Cluib. t illirst oilfolItilllll Tor ,Ws.anEnt
LMII~ J 1)del x- ll e ldoill the i ptI Tie 1isa nJaild(Cel i u 111Noiar
II. N. P1101 011W ftl u-lhls~1 tlolgI ' llaleo
las o '921 istakinlg 11businless Lll-g 11 lcllWs. n
F 1 CT T lre ' te Poille1sle Illisi- It is lrluiored 11111 11 11w Illedl- oti l',clnld'>1 CI.ei TI le l'ti1 t Iil k iln
EcoLVILars00~ e a heI s ei -cl lw llwill 5s)o)11be 110talePaciic .Ilprss; lI~ves thle
HesCollege. CI faec~~ trtd uld Central 1'asoellgcr Stationl, at
TU'IE POPULARI DRixCoons ANDICAll-
PET STOIE.
20 ASOUTH XMAPIN.
At 11001 to-daly, 2,261 students
have been enr-olled.
It seemns that tile IFreshmenO are
determnined to have a rush. A
meeting lhts been announced for
next Saturday afternoon, when a
J . Kx. Freitag, x1ho at present tile corner of Fifmtl Avenuel 1 l
Htarrisonl Street, at t10:4.5 P. M. (laity.
is witih a promline~nt civil enineer For tickets, berths inl Poulanl or Co~l-
beonist Sleepers, etc., apllpy to GEO. iK.
in Chicago, expects soon to beTuromsost, City Passeniger anld Ticket
identified withlthtie archlitectural Agenlt, 2015 Clark Street, or to IF. J.
engagedEDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
comas to be 011ge o work for Central Passenger Station, corner Fifth
tile' W rdsFi"Bidns Avenue and Hlarrison Street, Chicago
'Worls Far" Bildigs. l.

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