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September 29, 1890 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-09-29

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Pubisied Daily (Sundays excepted) drina
te ollege 1sar by
THE U o M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION.
Subscription price 2,55 per year, invariibiy
in advance. Single copies 3 cents On sae at
Sheehant and Post 0ffic news stant every
evening at 6 o'clc. Sbcription may be
left at the office tf the DILY, Opera Huena
block, at Sheehan', r with any of te editor.
Commniatonns sholdt reach the office y
lO AM. If tey are In appear the ame day.
Addresn all matter intended for ptublication tn
e Mebanaging Editor. All boiness cmain-
tetios nhobuld be sent to te Busites Man-
ager
Rposrt ali neglect on ue art of Carriers to
the City Cirlator, W. 0. O'Nil.
THE U. of X. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Nlic.
EDITORSf.
H. B. SHEMuAKE,.",. Msnam* E~Tnl..
A. H. COVERT'a. A.T. Me sn,.N EITOR.
M. 1S. HAMMNDc'tn, as. 8am..,AH~a
W. . 'NVtLL.at. ,'A.- U.MNDR
R. W. SeaGaT,'9,A. B's.r. MnNAc .
W. E. OiretaFI, '0. I1'. 1. TtBAnsta, 't,
H. D. 3 Ewc.L. '1. .11 . tiTI..'92.
E. I0. HOtLLANDs '92. 0L. SOTHMtAYt, 'l.
L. . WItEIncstt 13. 1. L. MASN, 3.
C. L. SAtN, '...
DO NOT LOtS. A SING0LE12NMERt,
CUT SUBlSCIBEl NOW. TiE "DAILY"
Iti ONLY $2.0 t'kltYA,tPAYABLE
IN ADVANCE. LEAVEYO YUtPAES
Al' StEEANS, 'iIl POSTOtVICE
NEW55STAND, Ol WIrI ANY' MEMBERO~
00''1Is ARID OF EDITORS.
"ils the daily paper a g?" This
oft-repeated question is aswefed
on1ce for all by our appearance to-
day. Yes, the DAILY is a go. It
is here to stay, atd the studetts of
the University of Michigatn have
obtained in it the cheapest daily
paper published in ay Alerican
college of university. We Ave
lut the price low ii order tiat
everybody can subscribe, for we
intend to make the DAILY s0
bright and newsy, so wide-awake
alid progressive, sld withal so
impartial, tiat no stdent can get
along without it.
~TH-E ENTEING GLASSE.
Two hundred and seventy new
students had entered the literary
department at 4 p. m. to-day. If
we consider uthat Oct. 1 last year
fell on Tuesday, and this year on
Wednesday, we will see that we
may expect as many freshmen this
year as there were last. Seventy-
eight new students have entered
the medical department, of whom
fifty-four have reported to' Dr.
Campbell. Nearly all of these
enter either on high school or col-
lege diplomas. This is a marked
contrast to last year, when over
half entered on examination.
Two hundred and one ne0w stu-
dents have entered the Law de-
palrtmnt. This is anl icrease of
thirity per cett over the nutmiber of
siudents entered oil the sa111 timle
last year.
Full directories of all the de-
partmnents will e published later
in the week.
A list of those studets wo
have passed teir entrance exams
for thte Literary departmnt wll
he published to-morrow in the
DAtLY, instead of being on~ouc-
ed in roonm A.
MEDICAL. DEPARTMENT.
All election fo' lermnet ed-
itors of this departmient will e
held8001.
F. A. Waples, assistant in plys-
iology, spent tie summer teaching
the little Dakota Indians.
Dr. Emnla Wheat lastinlgs, '90.
anld IR. T. Gilmore, '92, were
tnarried last July.
Seats will probably be assigted
a week from next Saturday.
It'sf of suc'estud4lcndideseofor
adwin sso), ine to-oTows daily.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
[Notices inerted in tits coun at the rate
of 10 cents per ingle inerion Special rate
for longer ie atd etra linen furnihed by
applying at thin nlice or by consutine R. sv
Dogty, AsitattBtusines Manager.]
See Nole's ad. on fortl page.
Go to E. 1. Ball for coal.
Loolt at The Two Sams' ad.
F"all stock of suitings at Staford's.
Boy cigars, cady, stationery, etc.
't Gtubers P. 0.1.New Room.
All tile newest styles in clotinig of
all kinda't J. T.Jacobs & Co.'s, 27
andlt 2Main st.
'argains in ne0w base-urter coal
stoves at Eberbach Hardware Co.'s.
Noble bao an ad. ou fortl page.
Buy your college text-books, neCw and
seconld hand, at the Studet' Book
Store, State Eat.
Examille Stafford's stock of trouser-
ings and fancy etig.
For the largest line of new and styl-
ish hats and caps to be found in te
city, go to J. T. Jacobs & Co., 27 and
29 Main t.
Second-hand books, blank books, ad
stationlery cheap at Sheehall & Co.'s
Book Store.
Noble, the clotier, on fourtt page
The "U. of M. Fountain Pen" only
$2.00 at Grubera . 0. Stre.
Wild's ad. will pay looking at.
A large line of Turnks, Satchels and
Hland-bags at reasonable prices, at
J. T. Jacobs & Co.'s, 27 & 29 Main
street.
Sheehan & Co. are agents for Wirt,
Holland & Scott fountain pens.
Bay State Guitars, all sizes, in rose-
wood, maple and mahogany. Fully
warranted. Immet Priss. Best guitar
and violin strings, :10. Plinirce, s
fer be1. Banjo string, S. Lowest
price guaranteed. 2 South Fourth
avenue. Alvin Wilsey.
All the novelties n Neckwear, Kid
Wi es, Cnes, Umbrellas, ec et., at
J.T. Jaeobs I CO.'s, 2 and29 ihaiu t.
STUDENTS' BOOKS.
BUCY YOURI COLLEGE
TEXT Boo~s, LAW .iN MEDIcAL BOOKS
NO)TE 11000S, ArT'111
STUDENTS' BOOK STORE, STATE STREET.
Secetid-Iland books at low prices. We lre agents of Patti E. Wist, Scott and
Holland foulntain pens. Bargains in stationary.
AND 'THE
TssTH E .3EST-*w
5s-t'tteen teschters. Board withs Furnished
Rotmn62.25 per week. Circulars upon apple-
caton.
P. R. CLEARY, President.
BURLEIGH & JOLLY,
DEALERS IN
IBT/\TI DNERY,
BLANK BOOKS.
ATRILETIC GODSAND- STUDENTS' BUPPLIES.
Best linue of FOUNTAIN PENS its the
city. Ice Creams, Soda Water,
ConfectionaCoid Lunches,
Cigars alnd Tobacco.
OYSTERS, FRY, STEW OR PLAIN.
Call and see us at
26 SOTTIC -S TArTE ST
D. L. DOWD'S HEALTH ;EXERCISER.
Fot Brain-Wortrt Sede~tary People:
OscsIA ta1c, Lcdes, Youths;the
Sgymilsun. TIkes4"i' bt 1 i..
sne'last roome,,scsc,scientific,
drbc, cspeensicc, echeap.
lndor-cdlby 2o~sos h. ticiaea,law-
yers, lerg-ymaen, edior & othters
)n soseg it. Sendtforitl'd circat-
'rasi. c.sea. jo eng's; ncitarge. Prof. D.
I.Dswd, Scietntific Physicl and
VoaiCutur, ', lt'.t,i ,New 'orka.
FRENCH ICE CREAM. FINEST FRENCH
COOKING. LOWEST PRI1CES FOR
BEST MATEIAL.
71 Fort St., West. - Detroit. Mich.
CITY LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
C. L.. YOST, PROPRETOR.
Nos,. 13 and 11 Washngitot, - Ypsilant#, Mich.
Firnt-clase Huge and StylIsh Saddlle Serene
for Hire.
rIIOTO4 iAAPHRR
NO. 02 W. HURON ST.
The Dranmetio Evenat of the Beases.
TUESDAY. SEPT. 30th.,
Elmer E. Yance'seGreat Realaetle Comedy
Drama.
The 1Limited aMcit
Te meet notable and realreilo stage
pee nacthon ver witnseed in
Twe entire carloads of magnlfloanttscenic
and wenderful mechanical effects. Fell ef
ISeneatilonal Features, crowded with Musical
Gecms, everflowing with Wenderful Surpasees
andeas full of fun, pure un-adulterated fun. ss
the toothsome Shad Is ef Bones.
PRICES. 35. 50 and 78 CEN'TS.
Seats noweon sale at Foet Offie News Stand
"The 3Nagara Falls Rnute."
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