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February 02, 1893 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY
WHITMA, ~ o ' 3IIPL AEMITID FOE THE ITE KESI
LMAK T14BESTE 11 m r m51TA3 I - IT = TS
C'AT17ThC5 ONLYG1400have ti ce Jescl teilatuerg/, Carlsba,' and Alpinc110.3. Tihe
CLINS.L4K, I LOS 'CO0ch.Ltest Pads in .Fedoras.
34 So. State Street WIS Y!I IT 1
SELLS T11-I1.IM WLjY
;A out tOSutetsStoolt - 11IE STAIRS.
MOOR TORE, BOOK STORES<N0- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
AND Coj>5NER O TTE ANTI NIL IJA 5101 ETS.
titist t I t~o oS LLL itltJ- o, s Law tx oots . I)t l l t oti', Sttuletts, Noteo lt I' llII itoL.>, Slaa ottro . N it ot a:
One ~ockwillbe fund ompile(a Daor Prices as Low as the Lowest.
C all on mn. Fulda,,tine
+h OF ' liii (II E E BIER THAT YOU CAN BUY, adttt', OpptoteOthe Law ]3Lldlttlg, 01t
Wtilliamost., fl st tdoor west of State-st.
i '," li~let 'rl t IL S o]l llt .5 tt T lltLc Ittfor L~L t'te tILLz. C Lsttittt', t'ltitltt5'i ttllrt'ttttttdtontt' ett t.
etloll cc &ttsttorder'a sptecialty. Alt iot trst-class.
" 1ttsoxt'(S1, ---- AMV IF i3YOU A ~ 1Oo
2 Pftttftse - - - 1.+>0
IN)1V t O LS' Nt t wIt OL. It 2 e ttIe ','' - - 1.51s7LtLI tttt lta~~t ot
SAntd ialI ltttthe ine dLIs ttl a ~tt tr l tlrtion t if offtin . rnolek, 36 main street
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.
13ROWNS DRUG0 STORE.! UNIVERSITY NOTES. Threfe afe sos candidates tho do- HOWI DOES THIS jSUjIT
WT[ill You. Look itfof. 5ilehittiottrstoForsosges of Pit D) aStte Uttvesity of
todlay. Chicato.
At ctttlf "Show Window'? 1I fL~Its eT uit o l awatre 11f t'tuiot I e otlt ot a--o--jttoo
it'so =n sorval)>Il ' o Agnci ths w k.tis weon 00Real Estate andtt tti tt
GU AR f Ittb~fitttftE f 1 Wftg ekso will ito fitizeoi i ls . ut(}it pif oj)ftltfstob swill sIot be
II t '~ 'f attt rld i inot ttthi1s classes of -hiti will be entittat ttttia'tte
PRICES. 1-1"ain this "il sem0tff. ttsidence 1111ffo.f1''>. .-0I.11s511
rr~ . ,-* ,I 'L o (reenoBt 1-ttfo lan arvt o n- 'ttt I 't. 15 so l ltt i t 1 ' rfduiettfft i tft'.

Stt ltsf ct. Itilts ian t isrtit ott. jita ltese lits
'tttti customs wlitob ttay be interest-
! HI1N inkAL to toced Japetee stttdettts.
' . ;tletit e!}. , at3 B fore tsetU iversity tLawoSettate
-----ILL na Frtiay evenitng, ettlogies wilt
Iittslt' bedeitveredtoi la~ ine~t, S byes La-
Li _ is k i). Tt. It tIatr l ler. lbles est ont twi
it. t r: }4tl ,:c 3i A.1 i tttO Isitotto eiti11.1ottor-
FIRT N TINALB tiKculssaoid sttbject to te
FIRST NATINAL /vONprtesident, titot J ttttsott, by lt
Ii~ nigh~ttt it Tufsday', at thei'iz ~i.{~,i ? lu nili ,"!,i t e latest.
tot''E I t: ,.t ; I t 00tt tterLoit t I tt Ita~t 5 . 1 965 on ttdc tistedthei hiospitit
Y.0CR iteI . r y~esteday mritttntlg woti a caseIt
S toIt LI 15 tot 0 btlootlpoisointg, secttfed1 intt it"
T fl' disslettng roomt. 111is band was
"S R O F a l'tG r lacedlbhy DS. tDarlintg, atsdIto
OR AN 0 ER'Sous results af11 anticipated.
threwittealeeig fth
14art05 Cfomtta tate of dise n.OfieP rohibition Club sonafterth
.ttti esitetee oott' atotwebeginning of tbe second senmester, at,
(6 M AY NAR ST., - ANN A~eorz. wihich a large number of five-minute
Sentd $15, V, or $3 50 Cor Sans- speeches will be given, and mols
I~.~. pie Retail B~ox by expreas of wiil be furnishsed b a quartette. It
th1ff 7 IeOBEST CANDIES inoAmerica. b
Put up to elegant boses and is desirable that ee prohibitionist
srclpueSutefryPRESENTS. Express charges: be out at this metn. Notice will
prepaid. Reeer to all Clhieag'o.metn
Try it once. Address be gvndfntl soon as to lime
C. tF_ GUNTHER, Confectioner, gvndfull
212 State Stet adpc.I
CRICAGO, ILLIN6SS1n8 pae

class as tte '"Cttttntotlof5 ttatd whtt
was creating tt disturbance inthIet
latw tuiilittg pyesterday 1.as otaised'
tttto tea'sato oline. St is itoughtf
that thtere t'witohtonosetrtttts tttsO''
tIucttess.

ID
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,"1
i.7t.rlTTrf,
-All others ill proportion .

SFifteen h liered 1 alti legad A- .
ilat antial luni mt lt S 'T h 0at :DI,
New Hatven to ftcosdtd erle :t'tISlj 3,51 t~j
ptrotposingto t litttit thte eitthtbrsit1__________________________
ott tbe NYale atletic teamts totitttder-"
lateti at othter colleges. ilh o tts L ! IL ! ID
stttod 502 agains t ratificationo to .10 __
for it. IThe athletit' captaintswtre
itn faror of tse role. I ELN lS WNE

The electoral collegt attpoinsted by
thte several literary societies of thte
'University of Wisconsin tto select
three delegates for tlhe U. of W.-U.
of TA. contest met Mlonday afternsoon
and decided upon two men: t'tr.
WV. F. Wolfe, '93 law, and J. T.
Lindley, '93 lit. Anothser meeting
was to have been held yesterday to
select the third man. General satis-
faction is expressed at Wisconsin
over the above selections.

STOCK AT REDUCED)
P0RICES WHICH WILL
JB A BARGAIN
FOR YOU AS
H5E GOODS
MUST GO.
NO . 2 E. Washington-St., Near Main.

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