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October 22, 1890 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-22

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
~ I _TE~J,1TFI F
CLOTHING HOUSE,
171, 1/3, 175 Vv!odward Avenue, Detroiti i ecetl
Boyde's, CLOIHI NG H ATSni:ND N in 1y popular
NEW COLLAR-
AWecarry a full
line of the justly
celebrated
Crown Collars
and Cuffs and
M-onarch Shirts.
Lateti o e lties7IOB rriincKG IA ;
NEW BOOK STORES,
ed ti'entltiiien.
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MedicalBooks, Lave Looks,
All Books osed ll (i ity schlools. ,l~l
Comldete Line of SportingfGoods.
Large Stock of Foontain lens. AN Warrant(
4 Soo!S' St
D T OT~W ~G. H. WILD,
,etv Note IBooks and 'a dv. traft- Is shiowiuu lu)LargesSock of 1ull Dress Siiisin the market.
ink nstrment. rlIth~e latest shades and inovclties in Trouserigs uandi
in lstoncos.Ov-eoat illgs. Fine Nests Cait he bad if
et Fotin Yenliil P (Gold) for $1.50).1 No. 2 E. Washington St * near Main. G. H. WILD.
4
JAMES M. STAFFORD) THE LAUG:
GREATEST VARIETI
r --I fR [IfIP6RTER. Onl LAMPS, ini this city. You wit
TAILOR tRED) STARll" OIL has noe
cliarriiig of wick and gi
Sold at 101 ceints per gallon, deliverer
The best place to get a
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
EST STOCK,
( LOWEST PRICES
11 saoe money by buy ing;ofus. Our
3IJSIITE PILOTOL-R
ANN ALM AVINSBANNI
flgS 9 ±QLAs~a+ 60
MADE TO ORDER
LATEST STYLES
MODERATE PRICES,'
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
Special Valuep!
Gents' Fast Black Btose,
Extra Quality Suspenders,
Superb Assortment of Tlies,
All-Linen Iiaitial Htandkerchiefs
$1,00, SPECIAL LEADERS
69WHITE SHIRTS
E, F. MILLS & CO.,
Popular Dry goads anad Carpet Stare.
20 South Main.
THE CAMPUS.
An efiort is being miade by the
students at IHarvard fo raise $100,-
t000, with which to build a roil-
ig 100111 it coni Itctioli sWith flue
li brary. A coninittee has beoen
naitiei represenutinig eaicb class
fromi 1817'to i88:}.
The following is the programs of
lie Adelpbi for Oct. 25: Music,
Miss IDavis; declamation, Mr.
Dellenback; essay, Mr. Joslyn;
music, Miss Davis. Debate: Re-
solved that the pension bill as
passed by congress is commlenda-
ble. Aff., E. H. Edwards. Neg.,
W. E. Griffin.
The following is the programi of
lie Jett'ersoniata Society for
Thursday evening, Oct. 23: Read-
ing, U. G. Foreman; declaniation,
,J. A. Sargent; essay, J. It. New-
conter; biography, G. It. Swing;
song, C. U. Knudson. Debate:
Resolved, That the McKinley bill
is for tlse best itterests of tbe
country. A ffl. UHI. Porter and
A. Bauer. Keg., C. W. Middle-
kauf and A. J. Davis.
The Fresbmen are bewailing
tite loss of the poster, wlhiclh was
taken down from the main hall
bulletin board. Tbe teaSnug down
of posters cannot be too seriously
condemned, and if the names of
equla, 1ourlis withouit odor, or I. ROD
yesa cearwtiteigtt.WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
it tol any part (If the city. iS MAIN STREET,
pEA &i s eiil atenton a Ciid tlirepairing Waces
$M. VI. BLAKE,
thle perons0i5who to~re dowii thle lPICTrURES, gRAMoS, A _-4P
posters c-an be fouiid int, they will AV-rTGOO00S. 150)West nursn St.
regret tiavisig done so. FERDON LUMBER YARD,
E. L. Wariter aiid Chas. Bene- i iiiruiil Iccciii fvindSealts i
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
ditct weiut to Clhicag.o ast niihlt, to ICor. ]Fourthi anii 0etsi.
attend a Deltat Upsilon ciiiien- J HALLER,
Miss Pattersoit will read a paper Repaiiring a spciili..
iiext Friday, at 5 p. itt., before 0. M. MART?'J.
DEALER tN
flue Geological Society, ona "Boul- Cloth Caskets, Metallic
der Rocks.' AND COMMON COFFINS.
Thtere will be a meetig of RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Senior Independents next Satur- Bakers and deciers is
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
day, at 1:30 p. in., in Alpha Ku 6and8. WashingtonSt.
IHall. Let every '191 Lit. lode- JON OTKE,
pendent be there, as very impor- LADIE-s' anid GENT1%S11SHOE"-
Reaiintg scatty dose. Ci S.MainSt.
tant business is to be transacted. -____________
Percy B. flerr writes fromtiGRANGER'S
Chicago: "This city seems to be -goACADEMY OF DANCING, 6
the home of a very large percent- opposiite Law Buildingr.
Iage of the U. of 1. boys. 1
imeet freiqtently Parker, T orrey, Pupil.will be receivced at aay time dcring
Freitag, Tom Gale, Melilop, Rteil-
ly, Fred. Clark, Jolhi Moore, Through Vestibulied and Colonist
Sleepers Between Chicago and
Wicker, Kinnetar, Kent, lHnger, Tacoma, Wash .and Port-
Warner, N afe, Buirt, Buirtt The Wiscoinsin Celitratltuid Northiern
Sluerimainaiid maity others." All. Pacificdlines ruin through Pullman Ven-
tihiitedaiud Cotoitist Sleepers betweeni
Herr will visit Aitit Arbor this Chicago and Tacomsa, Wuish., and
11o01th. Portlandu, Oregoii. ITe train known
JohnB. Ciaddck, rato ofas flits"Pacific express" leaves the
JohnB. Caddck, rato ofGi and Central Passenger Station, at
the law class of '90, is at present lie corner of Fifth Aveiiue cod
Harrison Street, at 11:4.5 P. M. daily.
"4stumping" for the republican For tickets, berths in Pullman or Col-
onist Sleepers, etc., apply to Gao. X.
party i hs tt.Tntomrsow, City Passenger and Ticket
H. W. Fairbanks, of '90, is Agent, 2115 Clark Street, or to F. J.
EDDY, Depot Ticket Agent, Grand
engaged on the geological survey Central Passenger Station, corner Fifthl
of California. Avenue and Harrison Street, Chicago
Ill.
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