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February 25, 1893 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1893-02-25

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'Wu. of i Mr. 'DaiIv.
published IDaily (Sunday ecepted) dring
thColee year by
Subsitittpric $2.0t per year, invariably
arD "ate Single ctopies 3 tets. Sbsrip-
tons may be let at the ethieroftth~e DILY,
at Stothets, tith ay at the ditors o
attthoieed tliitr.
Cnmmutniations tstud rete ottetiice by
tto'clock P. s. it they are ttt tppar the setu
Jay. Address all mtter intesdet for ptsblica-
tn to the Maaging Editor. All btusnsss
ctommtunctiaos shotultlbeItsent o teSlBusi-
nses Mtage.
THE U. at . DAILY,
Am Abr, Mih.
E... a.1 t", wY, Lit. 'S, Iatnatgig btlttr.
C,5. D5 llttt ,,it11 . Asott
J l7 tis t 5 Owal .'I ds itttt.
i01 1 - t, 93.i i v,11 I. T'ri ,'1
s~1- a l t'"t't.l 1 "
I Ri toe firm, of 'iffint, Hitio,
1s stttitig utltcirculars to stttettts
f various tcolle.gs tanid oniversitis
offering great brgaitntoit essays
tttit sermtons. The sttttr1111 oper-
atled here last year, btut happily
wrthtout succss. ''te butsinss
deserves the tebtike it wiold recivec
fiom tite L-nivityi orf Alihigant
studet.ti Ouristdetts ar to
brigh, acive, nt it, trill oior-
able o ite'thi. ot'craiy "liny
esay ir tesscspcalywe
l'1-u: 1-udsle tu .lte Asoia
tiont has mtatde' I 'ial arr'aigei . n
so hata m ,tes Wihitcomrbiti leiiygive
oeofH his inimtiabl'e ntertainmnts
itn f'Tivcrsitv al, rday eening,
,larrlt ;. This year te assoia-
tiont arrastgedl ftrinetiscnuetbrs it
the relar cotrse,-more tialtcost
bfore its its histor. Vihitn svc
cotnsiter that suet tistingihed
lectrers as Ingersoll and Reed werer
seculred at an expetseostf, at least
fifteen htundred dollars, besides tilt
otiter excellent nttmlbers, it is rio
sturprisinlg that te assoiatiotnoffec,
this extra entetrtainmenst. 't
mere allnonnceltlctt of Dlr Rily'
appearance in University all ough
to be suffcictnt to insstre a fll houlse
Seats are now on sle at Mioore'
and llosdis's Seastn tickets sdt
not admit holders to tis entertain
Min11strels tonight.

1 tateliteard that lbs report isLI EM N Y
being eircullated to thle detrimntt of By Going to Wahe & Miller's and save fronm 25c, 50c ansd 75c on every
Mr. H,.IL. Hegner, that he receitetd pair of Shoes as wve most redtuce our stock to
pay for Itis servires daring the last nmake ronm for Spring Goods.
campaign. I swishito deny Ihis.. -r-
Thsottghdlr. Hegner sill a good - ___
deal ttf vork, lhe receivetdtn pay "Fine Footwear Dealers,
whlatever. (A.1 i. B.,lACH, 48 SOUTH 3MAIN STREET.
1 t Charman De. Co.t om. 'tttI

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Itlil 1 m sical crittcisnl r 1'T T TI -
wl e eno 1ensa an R U ESFrida dat _I.IWclock, nutiteroonm.
A, A, Scox LE.1vot ' .1 ''HI rr ISAYS.
7" fic ?lR,.ie oeo Ann Arbor and North
I^ Michigan Railway.
thl i ' It~i"'I t, 1()tl't' I'S 1011 \etl'tl. lis A ttt ,FADNttG SCnOOrLOn'BUNo S Sen. Stag' ?No.I. :cllai 1111 t 5.. . . 2 l.i.
Iteldl~t (ti t lt's t~utof ll'fIrt 17j'i lli C 111111dtil(. tie15s; ltS eigllatrdye e i ttgretions;s
litlvllst licsF eo h beit 115 -3 . en ete tyeas,r o di at ratsi reattu N. , 'l.tii .11111 l 'T3' . '. I
t iiist t'o oeti F.ri i i letl .\ $2rv 00, $3.00, $ n raduate allticure pteteons
h2,it(i 1i'lltt' ittlli ;;is. '(lett' es.I "-NWC~ P oU dLK6otySt F enerwh . t's -,Ael.ssiA
=i.eSailipt its ztr stt.. ....s......cd';'
srmef~ew-i nvi o tllWie ekltro sa- SP. lli R.&(NCLE.FeeA. &(0, SIE IA -
t(',17.' $,. .d. .ETra BOOKS d'l~(
.k lmst;f'XN leil1{Ifl A t ('J,E'iAt the toill ttt'Q lll IIhsll . 1- tdtl, i ohhP ttsiuti g
t 1orates 9the 511red xtlI 1and119o~l, 11- 'v y a .
pars en wtt ee y i t Slt ' i I''uh shti 51 itlh't's'', NV.hIs' t io'N I' We kt' t' 1 1 'ttn
de c a .In.Etert,---ttn-Abue -
H - sylHAUI' I ltth tien &' Bo.kstor~e .IAnd& t). savIINIGo1IIOIAN & ('( r
( and-_{_______ 3 SOOT p01 5TH AVltrE, r(1 1 ttt(sbtthtANeOo 1' l1 tON vie,
ti 11itesn,15isistrE .SHE H.- ANGER.C MPNY r
j ete-ty sovseiseiotttrBookussellers,_______State_____Street._______
S ore-. lsim.'Sttree uri J 1:ntnt ro r.'t -
NO1EElOE ktCU. SItW J1111 GLkO rL,') .IA eIQCO.
lO.tCO tNA't'IISN S1utla1\II )
- Jtwsly s e llsso r vi aletysis>i ani I 5I T iitti Irsid j ert ltstt isi t
'seersree.lsInefine islt' eii'ittsl isiiosan n- I2 1 N D 0 7 , la,,, -layseesl
dans llcastoie't, an utitlilitist to at-, !Osss-ete 25'0O'IS ttte urts ard
:l O AStirJosea .oCo.'s.lw d'n't e S. S. for tylilt'i' S titsoothe-r'.Se t-t.pilere s a itilltrat
EMEtRsAe , L So gsiisottiteeto'tyon4 , ani t tis oe-halt'.t', and ir tte'
PsiERSodlunchetrssesttrhtnst.fthe3 lay , a PRCESd-tningaht5.
e Q C &OO~t. StNOa2W. Street;ST
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