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February 24, 1894 - Image 2

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:' jllabel IDaily (Oaunaaya excepted) dariagr
tt4 olleire tau
Subscription proce $2.50 per year, inv-ariably
iacitaarSingleconies 3 cecta. Subscrip-
aloca may be left at the ottier or the DtAILY,
aet Stafietas,wibhay af the editors ar
aathorized1 slicittars.
C'ommiatons st hoaultreacht the office by
7 o'clock P. a. it thbey are to appear the neat
lay. Addreecs all matter intendedtPor publtic-
cnta thae Man~agng Editr. Alt bustcaas
'omttnitclotccshoold be aetat to the Buai-
THE U. aof M. DAILY,
Ann Arhor, Moah.
C. A. DOcotoo, bLar '04.2MtaagintgEtittor.
tt. A. (t'at .t,tt, Lit. '44, Assitant.
.1, m til. "Lit. Assistant.

in developing the patriot. Finally,
h~e looted' for tile cause of Wtashing-
ton'1s sticcessand0111foutnd it illhis
wilingv'oss to wvork and hisi faithl in
hit work.
Mar. I elenteyer spoke. before so
acid acct littedi iimltef itn such a wvay
as to do. credit to himtoeif and itonor
to. tile UnIiversity he repreaented.
ill tile evelninga ar. WetiemeverI
attendeidi a banquiet given biy thte
Ciloh and wiiilibe otherwise enter-
tainied during his stay.
I he Cowards Ground.
Speakinlg Illthe disgraceflcotn-i
duct of a few' stutdents at the ban-

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JA. 1(1110',it. '96, Ath~lecdt tior. il tit te otiher night, tile Corneil YSEIl (AlI,'I, toalrf
5. W. CURteTSS, P. 0. Lit., Bosineaa Manager. Sili dtoiti
Ot. A.1tt'omt . '117, Assistmio. - erence Labt ''1 ". ' ' _. ANIA
'iilteiY.W. Te fcowardly actioni of thei111- we are ahie to pia vt.t 1 ...v -t1 -r' acders. OThe
H. t3. GWinonl. '14. it . P Isll. 'y5. creanllt who iet chline gas intol the edition we oifer as ta"1 l'i ttohd i 2
R,. t7. Auatt4 '97.silall;ltei11g i 01nt'20
'. 1. ,, ll. tO 96t. bn ieibYrom iast light ilshotild large Octtavo S rutl ' l o 716rianid 8,000,000
Ag.rs11. t'ltey. '117. E. L. Mthial, ';' ilace the iperipetrator behtind prison words. lIt Con ' iv "e 9) 'tp'1'yconotry of the
1 a~it' '1. Sti I I, Apto-."1. tltev(0AtA'tt. oars. liie spirit wshicit wiiftli itad01110nworld, and sepa.ato maps oc1f ''ea..' tU-" ' ite 1. n ,Itcontains every
--NTAL. '. t;. OJtnkins, torsot t~o 1. ssaflciria andt feentniore topic in the origtinil 'dion tburgh iltion i 21(111, . ofovea4.000 noted
vile weapons is bail etnoutgh and lie- pol iigadd IntCdi'~ e n4;ryohrCCiin
All111 topyut 1be'at tO thofilt ctoefre 510.0 popeilvieandde OtCot"l',5'i"~yohr1110
Of tie day (If pulitfiont. Iserves to be utncomlprotmitingly i Withottparallel to tie ii atol f (It (111"ttl ~ ontt.Yr'i sttendloor oiffer
Stanmieti Outi, brtt a tittwho wti, t0ounr tltonsands O frilt t '. Ittdes. rs y!a noil'1'r'has tiever boon made
'the Editors do toet lolid tlt atse.vsrep
aible far tthe otpitnions orstatemenlts If coresa even thlougitiessiy (orinlthte heat of before. atid shonlo have yor ar ef'i'l coois'dcti'ationl. eyredrheeoe
flltlletlts, lperiae inthe Itt Y .v inter-ciass comtblat, jeopardize .the i is earnestty solictetoiove tOf-, a'ttintin.to this oiler that its importance
- -. ~ O'' '~' -~ lives ofotiters andllfli)ntte fistk(If and liheraiity deserves, as t is ott-a for a1.lttnited period oniy. It means
-becornting gutiity of Oitfirdeft'ertainiy that the best and od)0t expensite 1' n' ' soo'itais within ettsy reach of even
THI "RUS UOLS«IO lilS des not deserve to be ieit at large. the boys and girals, ar-int ' tI yoi'e a0 children in habits of economy
--- -- - -------- -----Probably tue Illal, or nt, wio n)CI- for that nollest of all :pJt'pose. --'Cci tonmy air the ,< ieo of an education.
Tfii;' iaibit (of v'ociferotisiy ap- gineered the schtetie diidinot antici-y Just think of it. A savIt ucr
pliautditng every numtbl er of entertain- Ilate the dilsastrouls resulitSs wtich t F fn,_i
)lll115realiy attetndrd its ssorking. but ' 4mns-1e nUnvriyaali
ieacith iis is no exuse. 'iTe deaodly efiect s
tot afete at tihecncrtlast nighithoofthe a estodutttw lltr ose Nwho intrllllocediit intotheilCfrrh.hotp ,ido' 3a Y -ate',5SD N~
recaliniig thei' performlers did11 tot biatnquet hail. Probably thtey rca- LPDAEi'tIP .s1,t 11'io-'cvr vr
lefertie ' department of k' ,zc '- - .1.0edany other
mleet tihe approval Ill the atidlienice. lz oeclearily todaytettnornmity library--no mai i. 1a to.,0 ,;.A t
By 01.11indisciminateaplueus of the offece. The feeling that or e
l~~i~ii al~ale is a nmurderer cven thongli in tno scaqI '41# s
tice is nolt 1done10and excepltilonal late fteeto.cno ~
dagro eetocno eaability is not recognizced. As far ipleasanit one to1 carry-thtrought life.''
as we catn jutdge, i sasirto e-On reeopt of oniy n s Di,-I t <~ ";'volt -e:a Ito, ""on charges prepaid,
tittg fill V ituisfoa spiritmonet-- the entire set of 20 v10100) tiF tatzi r ;' )I,%-.be paid at the rate of
calefrtti ote 0cnsady(to b eaitvttedirltP A sic wt"'fa.l dttme savings hank
whichiri omprltts this apliautse. i 3~wilt he sent wit te-"Ioo?.% c tioedeposi ted each day.
This edition ts prineYto Q,1:t o tilquotlihty of paper, and
Uur Representative at Chica-go. , aw is strongly hound inhe'1;v-- i~. .. h- vlipoe aewl
tioerotiatjfotttorrs.iBttgiwhtionev,'rs-~arvs wit are delivered to

one wvas looking forwardl to tihe af-
ternoon's entertainment, ourf repre-
sentative at Cihicago, aI r. N1 . All.
Wtedemeyer, wvas delioering an ora-
tion at the West Division hight
'AIr. Wedemeyer, it will be re-
mtembered, wvas, per invitation of
the tUniotniLeagtte cleb of Chicago,
appointed to tieliver a Washington's
iiirthday oration at one of tite highn
schools in tihat city.
Mr. Wedenoeyer chnose for his sub-
ject: "Some L.essons fron thie Life
of Washington." He spoke of the
propriety of having tine schsools ob-
serve Wasihington's Blirtihday and the
necessity of education in a reputh-
lie, H-icexamined Washington's
character as shown in both hiis pub-
lic and private life and dwelt especi-
ally upon tihe influtence of the ihome

ITi;iti a special offer wade 111117t1o titerealder'sofTp.:U, .1 at.11' M m xal t ,sitI Ir
Horsford's Acid Phosphate mtaiitnioenftc a limited timle oh'y.
Cuti this Otantd Seiid tW S. 1V. 'UII'ISS,

Is the maost effective and agr-ee-
aisle remsedy in existence fior
preventing indigestion, and re-
lieving those diseases arising
from a disordered stomach.
Dr. W. W. Gardner, Springfield,
Moss,, says: "I voice it as an excelient
preventatiee of -Indigestion, anti a pleasant
acidulated dritat when properly ditlted witb
water, andsweentened."
Descriptive plamlphlet tree at'applicattiotnto
Rumfod Cemical Wrk, Prvidenee,R.I.
Beware of Substitutes cttd Imitattons.
For Sale by all Druggists.

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