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VOL. IV.-i o.S4].

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S94.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

.A GRAND ORGAN. Stops. Pipes.
-Echo Orast---------------- 44
An Attempt Wit be Made to Secure Ptedal orga----------10 2000
the Farrandi and Votey Pine Cooper's ------------ tO1
Organ. isteohait'alacceossions-------
C__ tOoination pistns----'----- 14
Coalbination Pedals---------5
One of tihe miost liberal offers Pedal amoveents-------------1
-whiclh tile University of (Mfichtigan T1otal__-_-------iWi -
has ever had conmes froiittihe rnanu oalps---- 8901
facturers of the famtouotsurgat ichiri Young Men's Liberal Guild.
tieligihtedth iottsands of visitors to The second meeting of the Vaotutg
the Worl's "air. [For tihe sum of Men's Libteral Gttild swas field last
z i,aao the irgan whiichs originally evenitng is the parlors f floe tUni-
o ott oooo nonable s ecu roil. tariatn chourchi. About thtirty were
Tile organi was msaniufatureud fy present anti all etnjoyesd a fleasant
I arranil K&\Votey-, of D~etroit, swhoievetnitng. fir. Antes gave a talk on
taitural ly feel fpridle it their tilts1''"Chtrcht and State,' ' crinf ining his
stale. Chichago untiversity woito renmarks chsiefly to the fpresenlt phases

" LINCOLN'S, OLD FRIEND. 1To Gife AI.V¢/ aQj
Judge Parks ;Gives an interesting)
1 Talk on America's Great War I 5hves olas iines le snits
President.

3and

i ('011 v(l"ient:':trin9 case lO give away

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'The asddress by judge Samuel C.' tojltyiTollo- wtlti .t'alfort- hots.
Parks, of Kansas, otn Abrahamin- Weat iIto sie )voilfe antds' Ct
icoin, yesterday afternoon in tile! yotu a eh see lot see oiir 'toot.
iaw lecture room, drew a crowded r ,a~lr
house. 'rhe credit of thsis special
'event is dute to the Oratorical Asso- Itt-set-at Msotiteaters,
tciation, unuder whose ausfpices thte 51t Seath Main St.
judfge camte. Prof. Tlrueblood and
L. G.'Lonig escortetd the spteaker in,
tte pilatfortitanti the fatter ititro-
dutteimit to the atidienee.
'The interest andolvolute of the fec-
lure was greatly enhsanceid by the
the close fpersontal relations thtat had
existetd betiveen Mr. P~arks and 1 .I
Mr. L~incoln. For msany years they' Wheiivtoa ttteittlestiltrotooitanstyies
practiced flsw together anti oere ofV.[,$4.t i or $,shlotes t ll(,to'$i itipairless'
ie toto sOS55Ci oit o tsoth ant.nn0Arorrce e nd t'tftor cat otito
ever afterwards mutual advisors. sidto'Csioo t
The Judge spoke of this early ac- 1f
quaintance with Mr. Lincoln and re- H . * UU c
fated many facts abotthis earlier ]tt 183-iS5 O OttittiRD tAoE.
career whiich ottr admtiiratiotn for hii DTi CR11)', -- ICHit-IGAN.
itivites itis to forget. Lincctains orin - JUSTis --_
gin ovasio-, his boyliootl niseable, Reselved. 401)bs.-of Fine Checoeate
ant isimtatonters trtue to his origin. Ben Bens-
Ilecoud vensw ar he hewihed ott the-o--t ofti;ot'. ttt t s t., oniito ti et
ottt't toni o , tto o t". 0 to ' et ouo toot
tot bte especiailly ephit sit'. t t t t oo' i t t o 11'p trtoft ttciott
loiitt0 ttttooli sos o 0<tO Io R. E. Jolly & Go., 26 S. State St.
. laos-erc, as a0 tolititt 1,Ott or as p00

' seaker.
t ' Ilescan00t11

ate setc0100( this ltI
.001 roj om too t . Ihit
"1Ulit . flt(l' CI t l

- _____ .- 0. - ~yol intohIorsetts
jOws is ot soottor
ifthIley isatisonoldevelofmnsts tofto'subolot.
colloe fills it'
oneos f to Ilie spotke of theoppollostonof tfhe
st'e ctot rys('tolllicstoothoe distributtion o pub-1105'tissl
elocatl' soot ;it' schoosl ooooey. lemalorevtiewed ~ tosro
te oronof thoe A.OP.t. otold ois-I
Illinois.0 11c
r rt~d vs 0tt cu st'elfetsItoftt tlo '. i>00o. nt issoli
flat 00, f. -a 0 00011tic lartto1. 1,i.'; t °I t it l iT' st

tc that Iiiiottotowas,~
o'~ss 0 m1 anys ' Itothel
toolsv studouso to be-
:;c000 s~ttl sotloehigoot.
is t.0an tt.Itlio ierIt' S0 Ins
xt ll 't~lt 00 1 bit rot too
.'cc'. 1 0 0thi. t1' o
it oo treeoin"t tlt ills'.

Antistic Phatographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
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ooa~ a ca00'vhli0''''ws
to' '' tt lt oI'i s oa v, ,ion0 t'oorc oretlo
00 50 ' i so t lt Ot ybrotardol iltt 1tot , ittog's Itaute rs.Itoio lott t" It 0-0'ooot ot""'t -
to iltOi0 t ' ~ 't t Ot 1 'it ow oh L.~oC oetitltot1e0 1155t 0 00 c 1 too ll A bre
0~ ~ ~~~~~~~~O 0th t~bll .. 1 lemotios ocoials oeldolalst tosor010ntte sidite ot righlt aatisvon S'Ot"r'o .'"-
Uvrsty > n''I~ll*' iI~
to l °r0iit trl5o0oihttt shitt e-stgi stl o a ltt oo hotll.oot tltt v-o ael s ool foiten'oce +Iit O j~U
soovsltihes'tot retoislstat e t a htD ne fthmte epc a ootn re erIoo1able thanthslat oftaletlo of thte whIolt court. I ititn ws
sOlighte'st ttuchi. IToo'belliowvs are llpseorti Leagtte. Abouit a hundatre tiantoftOfea istoraysiile oi f01 e tertiotno at
alaol aol hocstotl i ftrssheoiit'gathiered ito thoe parlors osf the Mi. I1:. little traitning, yet foe'ovas hots awnI
ampe nd hewin i funihedbychuorcht antinitdulgetinit a socialI most successful tutor.
four electric ortootors. goodh timeo. Several nosoel amuse- L~incoln did not gaits osa1mne as 7 "j X'
A3 otnaryatty hb" giveto as fol- ments were introtiuced that addedalwyrbufisshedison
loot ~~~~~~~ mudh to thoe gaiety of the evening. alwebtfrtstwdhsSot
soos. t-ip".. 1There was no formal fprtgranm, hot derful power to expoose the wrong UIEST OKTR
7:c'toiIs t tlEt the pturpose of the gathering was and enforce the right in his oppost- Z V~SIYI0hSZO-
10 :59300 .. . ' tt xenino aqanane n tion to Douglass' proposed repeal of
ilitirotiyil- ''-------"--" t - i a losseaoe'iepw
Oso.~oi . - I 01 3in ifContitugdsoy succesafaoil. STATE STRIEET, A©N AuniOR.

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