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February 15, 1893 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

____The if . of MT. Dental Society wvill
^'l of " e~z ?' render the following program Thurs-
dlay evening: Paper, "Dental An-
Published Dily (Sunedays excepted) durngl atomy,"'''£r. Geiger; discussion of
th .OFM NEPCtENENTeer, IATIO same, by Mr. Souttherland anti Mr.
THEU. F M IDEPNDET SSOIATONCook: paper, "Pathogenic Micro-
Si biseptiee~prce $ 2.51 per' year, invie'abtyr organisms foeund in the Mlouth,"' Dr.
in ta-civn ile oierest3 tcents. Substcrip- Stewart; discussion of sanmc, by Dr.
toes tteerbewleftcat the ofieoft the lieAtsY,
at WIeliet's, wi'thanyr ttofte edittors or - I ladle awl -Mr. Rawlings; lpaper, iby
athoierizedsi citrs. iMr. Little; discuissions of same, by
commuinicationseshould reaci t~e fit1ce ty
7 o'tlock P. it. it theyeaeec ttoeppearte ietX Ir.;spin tg and -Mr. SlecBridle.
tay. Addreesst itllttitenedfiottpuitihae-
tion toi the Menagiw "Edtitor. Alltibusinesst-

LIKE FINDING MONEY.
By Going to Wahr &'Miller's and save front arc, -oe and 75C ott every
fair of Shoes as swe most reduce our stock to
meake roomo for Spring Goods.
Fine IFootwvear lDealers,
F ~ 48 8OCT11 MiAIN STREET.
TROUSERS XTO ORDER BI5DSCONT
FOlTII'' AYS.

THE 'U. of Mi. DAILY,
Ann Arrtitch.

EDITORS
i.. n -AAY it tet~Hit Eitie.
A. t'eiso.N, it. sitti
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S 1).t rii t tie 1tt ':}3,'-I--i t t -
S. W.iiL't+,ittee citeQ.it.,Bs iesY rtg .
it W i. 9,Asiit~t
A~.:ti t es '94 sis-i
A.W. it h w r h 13ssW .E a sI1 .I " e , e 1:.a 0 tor ta t e t betw9c.
s1.13sGie ritI~lieis prposdIfor Sli
Wora lswarT6 I. ee i eastern
te.lams11ar outnaemtent bupo nu
those fron thdeeest to receive invi-
tations wtill lie the Uinis'ersity tif
Chicago, U iversity of Wisconsin,
Minnesota, anti Michigan. The
tournamesit is scheduled for use
first twvoeeeks of Jetty.
''ie state shetold at once take
measures for further accommoda-
tions for te violestly insanse.
Juedginig troesthteile saporings of
slit individual svho styles lehiself
the nmanaging eiteor of the Wtashite-
tease Times, anid pri tetes to be the
,f'ii'a/eo' of Ante arbor nevspapeer
life; whvit5sC)o benmuddled intie es
mndetlthat lee qutotes his owsncircu-
ation, imeagisning ii to be theat of the
lDst .e.
TierF baseball elenient at North-
weesterin 'niversity leasnhot yet
awakened front its winter's sleep.
The Northwvestern laments this fact
in its athletic column as followvs:
Noirthtwestcrnt is still vitleott captain
fur leer beasebasl teste.'Te loinger then
delayis intoosintg St aptetiti, the'lest
leopefesl the chantecetier success inth~e
spring. Manty of the snectswvho iteede
teo try tier the Ctemstssay they wiii begin:
trainting aSstoonl-,iSs a caspttain is eletted
but nset before. Til is tt lttlr exhsibi-
tion of collegte spirit. IC is truly ar
unsfoertunasete iressnstas're that snectp-
itinsste beets electesi; bitt thtere are
mtassy datys siliping by thaet msighst just
.is well be patrtly devtede to trasiss
isng, esven wiiheest aca eptainto teouer-
see. Efspeeiailyi oueghttthe slest wci
played snthtle teasm last year to set t
example by gettisng to work at estee.

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ff TA- 'Toledo, Ann Arbor and Norti
liii ''juso itae'~teav tteletele ~ dsI~SS Michigan Railway.
Hor sfbrd'sAcid Phosphate. et2p'tete tturit otI'tei eiei t .ttiit rt'.t
'1 Havt1S e ( iI i ii, orsee'lt 'eail Y llt ---e 7 tcitt
tolllL~ytillenooioy psractice, but- s illletet-iii Ce cv'in-
tIivtitete s ean oneel' it Iest t es eittttet ieesasece teg tieente i -- tu-Ai t-Se At
Ct1Il1St<IICE'S One t.' the be t liE'1'4' nlt~cent suit; ie tec hes; ree atte nanc e; Ieii rbi 1£ xni ' f)nui
ttne's Cth tisee' itiddeS+. le' ittitil eeh- tgood 'eeeteee-c es hetceteer cweeesuppl eieteaiegt - xn
Ilicmtstiles e'its'svte rle it givis rd ii'tt' t opiien'teceenieeer; comertttcinlgruteien egreant ,-i t -iO t1.
steiigtlt<11I elvieortotlee S lt -ilei t dtemand; sot handeteigeraduantes alltsecue stitos;
tae po sietonstfromsee-k te we-ik, ae ss """"e"" liiio e et-s. '
A mset execeleetttu ( ie te on ica. a. CLEARY.Pseas. \'Siti. 'Tleo Aci-ieiieseeeei.iei O .ii,
ttEsei cp}?etheer. It steeurishes anthu ti$ .0 ,X3 $0 4 0a t'tsailytt Siteeees'resse
orates the tireed brasissandod ifi n-ete F "' IIJ $ .0, ' ' 'leititeesindti ren teutetete AieeArbotee at
p rseseedenergy andetiit tte te ' e ls sil W-natstHed rieditonlyttdlte leee-sti Suite
F irs Cav ndWIs. ed ll Otetns dyer'r, t-ivy.sii
enliventste funsetioses. Every Way. 1VI. 3N .Ii .GFI?«tC,
Descritplitive ititpect reet-ii ntoto ee I Do'-t & Feiner. e.ie.Agn. Lclente
Rumford_ Chemical Works, Provi- ""JOc.ease...

Bte-eare ef Subtstitutes 'estd lItitatieees.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HENRY HAUJG,
'rest-tee-ned sooteeittar, BajandetetMane-
tdete. Stedioteit
Roomets 3etS. State St.
L. GRUNER,
8. S. Main Street, - Ann Arbor.

SHEEHAN & CO. SIIEEHAN, & CO. SHEERAN k& Co.

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SECOND-HAND TEXT BOOKS;
FOR THE SECOND SEMESTER
SAt te Stusdens' Boeokstoire. Stsudenst, eseve half yourtsmoe
J aend hsnx'of us. We are daily rsceigc - tossigsteseets of
seconsd-haendandesiheop-wsorsn College Text B~ooks froststte
East whlichlwwsill offer' st low psices. We Ikeepi the 1e hs
an teelGersmane IDictiostaries rc-osmmede byeth e FIaeslty. We
hav lthes' eebeftatd eapoeletltst Note .booeks in te cty. '.
w SH EEHAN & COM PAINY,
w ni
s1 U iersity Booksellers, - State Street.
SII EIIAN & CO. SHEEH AN eTk CO. SH3EEHIAN & CO.

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"P et ( l r --we e the ta m tet A NN- A R B O R
-Tm for, 1 VTSTEAM LkTJriLY Co.
-23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE..
Nut only in rings, bet in talt other E. S. SERVISS, - MvANAGER.
Jetwelry-as welt, toer variety is rice antid ______________________
rare. Infl~teeeweletd Rings antd Pen
dats eu ecan sthow ate unserpeassedeas- 0 'VI C E -Ito 1'rToemS
toettoeatinandehCitizens.- Don'etedott t owntu tfottr
DIAMONDS .Ief. Cattiy whr -e t Ucun getlust as goodeteRe. It.
OPALS -'" J oly &-,cu's. xWc dot'sttacg o rfeteyle. but
EMERALDS give it tut yout, ettdtsheet is oealef. Hot ant
PEARLSci-a uheatec l tthous ofat thecday athdtnight.
RUBIES 5N3SELFOt R. E. JOLLY & Co., No . 26 South
TUHQUOISES tOMIIINAThON SteSre-
ETC., ETC. Cat.uIS'rec.- SteSre-
5VTOI ltashev' eitii HOT LUNCHES
eve HE tetehut hasecou aote Antve r Oy coieost Candies
wacflcr.Itiitiscai toitptocue
ontheet t mcest Perfecttimecniecenste - A -"
wortld produteus. hontadditionteto tieltee T (,,, j " L L 'S ,
famossmakes we t e iaeeu~l atsttotnJ i L . ~
t suiteosn special P. . S., 5. &-Co 's
tItoteent. CTe mst e rfietly -tecet- 48 S1 - 01 t.e'' ST'rs Tsr.
anited umove'menet extant.
AVENUEshoF. G. 7 TA LE ,z
AND STATE S IHA dd
S7.' E'. SMTH
D)ETROItT. SONS "
& CO. 11 W. Washington St

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RENTSCHLER,

hoto grapher,
('OlhNlatt 'SAIN\ AND II GhICuN ST's.
GRANDTEOPERA EOUSE
ANN ARBlORt.
Friday, February 17th.
rue Society Niest eof lte 'Thetrcl ea tsoni.
Special Etegag ement eof
MABELIITE MERLI
(Amercantte'routrt
Thlut- emo utetionateatrhess, it ee pc
puueuuctiotneof lier rttl ct's eu-eatetiay
sesenteed for se-er itS nightsi te iete ru
IFeeseetise, Paris.
"Ms~ts 'Sli is iecknoiwleeedthe -the aet
Berheteardt."-N5.Y. Worl.
PRICES, - 35, 50 and 7nc.
Seats tiesae tatuts ewerSture'.
GIBSON,
PIIOTO0 RAPIIER
NO. 12 W.CHURON ST.

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