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February 22, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-02-22

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_____________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

'Z .o ubithed Daly (undays exeped) during;
twCullesne 3qar,uto
Atll oy tisthe at thelt'eotl'cet orea. I
Of the dsty of publication.
T'he Eldtttor ennt lheli thmse r sp(!n-
iwe )-tihe inionnor statements ifcors
pondeuts, tepeneet ill the DAILY.
' jiner competing fo)r places onl
Tme. I Isi it staff shoeuld write upon
one sole if the paper oin, andif
thieire i n 15 shoutlid appear ott each
separate sheet of paler.I
IT is to ie lDopedl that sill wit sire
ii ilt tt'stt' cminietctd withlillege
publhic'atitons wil1 attend the meeting
calleilfor Saturilay ti ctltsiiler ilie
advisabil ity of hitlding afiend eel.
We ilthksicli a tense oni the tart, of
the joiurnal isis if ttie I. (istesity
Weoiilidle hetietit fat to tlse sesveral
inteests thtes refpresetnt.
ilenttan'tilt rtttitlaite ttemiselvers
upott the chtoice of a sp:-lt'ai.fot
theWa shii ngton 'shi rthtdlay eeiehra-
irer is sa y(tttt 'manIllwtott Iacs illn
for list'ciar tcut asi, rncit tRation.R
There is nottt ilitfbrIit tat the
titirty-'outr ft S it l ttservattc ti
this day will t el to t ity inthet
Ti I orttritcal season isl)toIil s
opfensedIsit a ispiciosey las t i ilt
promitisee toitl t Itst Iltere t
int the fistuss's'fItilte U tilt res'.
Wec ateuglatd to trite the it ' rest'
whichlithe tclas ssotests art' arous-
\'l. ith sustttintterest on the pat
if the sttuteists the contestants can
feel thtat thtey hate somiethineg to
weork for, andr that thte ltotitsr of twin-
sing first pllace is a goal weell teorthy
of the greatest effotrt snte lpatrt of
etvery contestant.

than bly the stiudents of the 1 ted
wsho lhase learned frons their ltistori-
cal studlies tltergreat wortht of he
"atier if Itis Country.''

$e ticat'1*04

(t cotticur cost hearthiisthe floig li e rmth dtr
ial co slots of The Free Press in inreo ~ I j~ )A
gssratoLitle lisgraceful affair at fur-
tell, sehsitcliresuiltedl sn tftsastrttitl t
'"It is high timse tittt the to1lees
of this etouttry rail a halt ontetmi - tilt stc Kteratcarnt
tsai practices 1)f sitrle of ttther tu- 1 .VIED.
deets, andilthat te civil athforitilts ' irRC 4 5 5 5 d0 a5o5 5 35
vslet swift hpunishmeint ti tontsh1ost .5-.
whot evilsite the lasws. h 1'lttie o iii tr pf ~i1C$asvsoRi4err5
ten by lhaters at (Cotrntll7and thioie wra.ar..... rinvpy
tespotnsible for it should he hrought: , Eo
tany regardl to thte inifluteries iie(-4o l rt.
setwealtht sr soicial stat It ilgthtlit tile' 5tt
obltrstde thternselves inito the lace. e eec i~ ' '1P'TNIA
i eare chic to ol,- ;a!'.' s r eaders. uJ[he
a'ivis tlegs rsu t itry nt should noedition crc offer f t 00uished in 20
sriiirlitlie stsslistlt large Octavo 'ho Peiaescir1" - f3,Oz~ Ii dOOO 00
longer lie lpermittedt li iltepttieuir
hhetiittiitirIwords, It co aiiis 96IT',' t ja cutry of the
the oldl-fashiionuedl ilt-athat oun{7 world, and sep a eiza 1c suUD i I teta is every
iteiptttrleettopic in the or!,-final (I'l"~ils t.t ti l l i c1 0' over.000 l)noted
itratioti is reeireil thes bitterit wtill p pe.I'utsli' teet
h ^r~no e for thte counttry sWl~ 01 Xitthoutparallel in tfir' i ' oifd-cas 't f( lSt "_i' c3 .t'Io'3roffer
to our tliotustteda ohf ile i '' s s 41~ it) it I.t c' ' -'e' f~teen made
nate I- before. aend n.iloi Ia ' C'% .;, 's it t s,:' C' rsllstlr, therefore,
Webster Society Venting. iqan lyoltlt t lt ~4r{, i tt it /urttisiprac
and liberality desrv1, a 1i; i 'op,:i f nrtlimited operktd only. ft means
that the betand doeto 5 nulexlsib' n tcptldis 1withtinaeasy reach of even
CTie foiloing lprogramewsnrets- the hoys nend H'iril,,Pt y5 I :. nts-gef tid-ee'n is a o cnm
slereti at the lsetln ;of' the Ifelicter ifor that teritti f al,-.s-n ins l'tis. ,n 1t ost deducation.
5stciety list eveninsg: Just third: tsi it. A e

A' 11'.

N. 11, r~v
t. 1. hw01
ro It w A io li e
\ Sr.

for the ,Ac, x.e _ t ' E T EN Y-
IULOPED Id 9 '. 1 1 :-,covers everyJ
dep. chin . ,of 1s 5 211cc nyOther

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thin entice set 0 f i 1 1
10 cents attyeb'- :
) will be cent wthtiei01,
This editi1,1 ria 1
Sis strongl Y houed 'i151:5
last for yuca.
F'our addrus, , 0ii

A l1 f. .. o s
1" slO hu rate of
I >1I . : c; c vtngo bank
e. ' achday.
paper, anti
I ')P r care will

Horsford's Acid Phosphate 1 'Clii' i< -I pessII ofeIadefonltotIit fetta(leet if 'hIt11, L.tlu M. D I an
miopnfralmted nhtimeeonhy.

Is tie ost ellcert til ttrffre-
able remedy in existence for-
1")t' VFi;ltuasi2f31(P.Csiuee1ssst,'tra

of Washing- ll 'J tC. tt'55l, ZlU1t'
hi11cthe recurraisre o ahn-lievitng those (dSisses aitsingt
tots's Birthiday, stutdeints should not
forget the great ceork tlse father of Frotii a disordered stoimeu.
tie roonitry dtid for the early colleges
of the l'ttedt States. 'rotil the D.'.'V adeSuuth
estahliststsetst of Hiareard university, Mass., says: "I ealue it as as escellent
only a fete years after thse Plynsouth peesaneoitietenaehatleasant
Fork as tncluet tison, osenaciulatte e dinkewihieroely diltutdwith7
through the many years sehirlh hsvewatee, answseeteneid."
passed, no man appreciated more h__
fully the weorth and did more forI
Itiger euraiotstha didWasing- Oteiptire pasiipilet freat api.lie.'tiitt to
highr eucaton handid ashng-RumfordChsuicaworks, Providecen, a.
ton. 'Under these cirrumstances Bewareeoftustitutites and tmittiion8.
then, his meetory should not he
revered store highly by any class For Ssle by sll Druggists.

CuttIhils (Ot and 1-tud to 4. V. ( Ci'' 'IS,
Ittinee- ssaager o. ti. iimM"I'ti ius'
fi 'ltt rl ud.. its l lti tot eeiit fic cil irf/ut o' t fu fIril it l s 5o41'i (i t rt lo'S rll'/
1 ewst-ist 1th /)uhhttu, (llu urt J theri t t tio/ lii ilt 0its '08 ifs (it (th /e i usithug Sil
hull titiool/ihlt ututil the ii tr i ltjit ,11.0iufeftulliImidh.
{ i tst
And Bth oltsc W. 14. OW5'N Pro.uit - si s sre nreT ry'is-it adbe i(-tontiucei
vYtretisee e.retit. Stieirmbtimilutite1)
NO. 4East Huroin St.. Opptiet 'iiiit ntdsress.iPrtue. Onte Dollar. .tii1t:\ t'. itihifl
Nse-c ie, ('oldt .nid Sea, SaltBaths. Piir 1t5ClatritSt., Cictgo, tlliise. ,(heel().fie
celaitubsh. iulat.

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