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October 07, 1896 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1896-10-07

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TILE, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daly (Sundays excepted) dring
the Collegeear. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MCHIGA.
ileeseet Times building 79 S. Main St. be-
tseen Liberty and Wiiiam Sts.
DI..LNAGNG IEDITOt
it. 1. UStrsoiiAos,
J. Pt.IsiosAe, '97, Assistant.
A~SSOIATE EIDITORS
P. L. Geimer, '95L. It,. C.Underwood, 'I
P. M. Loonis, '18. I. . Sioons, '9'.
. . GCeen,. 99. . 1. Harriso, Sp L.
w. w. iiighs, '90. S. IW. Smith, '9.
I. 13. etheoy, '9(. Louise iodg, '99.
Lula. JIDicinison, '99. 11, B. Sbiiioa,'Or tL.
W. IP. ,ioeeil,'S. i. corl,'99.
A. M1. Sot, '9.
Butler Lamsb. 1W. '. Whitoob.
3,4 i. T s c.
Hours at iDaily oilier. irti :9 o 8:0 p. 1.
Thrsuscritio bi c uI.e l'.iiy is (92.50
for the Colee year, oit i e., I'-delivery
before noeoeach 0li.No, es..'isala-
in, sd oheoater lii.-111.11leoa-
tioosus hr handed i zhr (he(19 uy slceh-
fore s. m., or masie , 91n. io tsbore 3
p m.,of theila dy pe -.:o ishat o hc
thoua cexpectedto-osee:ua.
Atentioiniiis nails aibsI isthe
Daily lBord iee1'1lthlii alt1 slioti
3 isehiel, ini Rooinl , 011.11 wig. 11
is essentiilstt'veryonewole.sirs
1o reiai oii(le lise s131111 s'eprs
cii.
Buriod City Discoverd.
Psofeor Tyler, of Conell, has til-
nishied tie ('rnell 9)a1(1y'Sunll111' fol-
lowing ifoiiatioii regrlig t(lie i-
cot explortiis in iabylisi:
An lmiieiiaii exeditionl heaed by
i'fessee Hlipreiit, of ite ilill-
sil' of Pl't'bb09'i511, h1s1 15 (huh ili
last itrie ill'foti eay'r beet) iatlig
exli'isivIi exlioniis9i5hinayloi.
iiin hetrei~ionlof thehouieini orf ippii.
Sonic duiiii'ngiie lasi year tir
laiboir sts'veheii resald by liie
diseosry of all niii'ii'ityed, si'i'iiy-
six feelotw iliii'enel''i1i19Ctai'.
Heric 1w0aS oild presre'dlantl biroen'
pottery,hbriks, tblets. ad 19 liir o-
jects, ll of wihho~es'iseilsios
ThSli lt' shiwiereli'put ii the nds (Iof
e9xetsto behi'deiphered.'Thi' resul
of their woik thus far has rtveal1'd
woillftl l ifol'11111i01. 'i'ie hisory
of tie Babyloniilpepleas reorded
in this eincformiswiting, is carried
back at least twso tosa(nd, tswo hu-
dretdaniftfy yers filtler taii it
had ,yet been kno-ini. In other wors,
there is 1now lttundaniit w'iti'i- li
dece that the 13(llyl=iisinlpeiole sx
istid, ansilw9r99199vilizedenugiIo
le able to Write, at least sevi'is Ilos-
autl years before ('irist'
Oue of Itie iiost iportast rsls of
this discovery is its bearing spoi
higher eriticisnisi for while the Tel-l
Anana lablets showsei that sonic cen-
turies bfore Mtoses' tie, there exit-
ed a Lingua Frana whichs was used
by diplonmat, merhants ad kings
throughost Egypt, Syria and Baby-
louia in thlei general correspondence,
we now have, an a reslt of this ex
pedition, discoveries of writisg exist-
ing sany entures before Moses'
time.
Some of the higher critis Ihad con-
tended that the art of writing was not
general in the time of Mioses, and

firerecore le cotil t ihaI ve writen
liihe enl-ieuel inits re st formi.
Now by tils laei' disovee, iis1
shown-ui11111t tis aneict et'liicirel
7,011) ytars btfeie )SItscs' hum. It is
lhuls s110n9[11-1ut lt t 'eieilalense, Si'
lue, is aullieurtittrd 11y this. dio-
'1ry a1 Niptursatd it openrsll a lng
terpcive oft l so'tciial a10 Mist apsye-c
Foolm nthalShdls
lt-oimttysaman1190 iii''lin't1 111o1tt
cVii tionirtlquires. vat las.eN o-i
ill bal 1111dules
1Tnslty, lai. ltsflln-'ilr'th d-
iii ets litlil i s
9.11111Ii 199Oct110-Dartmout hl
ad 11i111a.
(hf. 97 loyb-ct.il (Iftt111159rsillilof
VitrginiaPiladelphia.a
Sdct. 2.8 ilOtt'rr. Le911111 I.' hu-
iit'ilia
(it-.s19a'iiOci'i'rl- lIt MurtiiiPhi.ill-
delhia.
Sa'ev. 7 t. 'l-ellci -aslsn. PI~
7111'.n2sdaycJc,2-itowt'ni tel-
('oyrPhla'deliait.' sa fl~s
Itaca (e. (1. 0~
i'kriiceloiiN, t ri-Otssi,(et31
Bocknill C olleg,1a-1 tacap No.n 7
iSituray of.Pennsylvaia. atPhil-
nTieltiili, Thanksg2tsCo-rDeIl, Nov. 20
Osctiy1ofPrieeetn, t lrnef lof .x
fOrd.17-University of steB. A. sle
Oreeto w1-11oisei, slid the imprates
Oty.o 2ilndiatelytreoening the i-
heetm ieCuci.fteAsoito o
t EdUainrsofyWof en ha Oxfor
N~ovhave competedatheiBo. euo
kept the fullderee resdenceoftre
I arTOrrn-SiteoO oms.unc
heatalight.l273,William a. INov

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HAVE YOU SEEN OUR FALL STYLES,
--IN--
If not give us a call.
Beal's Shoe Store,
{ 6 K. MAIN. OPP. COURT HOUSE.

Styllsh Suits it
= Mm

The Illustration shows you one
of our
FASIIWNABL[ YHUNG MIN'S SUTilS!
Tailor Mbade in eveuy resp ect
except the prices, whichl are
$12.00, $15.00 AND $18.00.
Nb'S Star Clothing HOoSe
1 35 S. Main Street.

PRINCETON SACK.

39c Shirt Sale! 98c.
One Week Only, October 5th to 11th, Inclusive.
('olored lBosoms Fancy and Plain, warranted siot to fade,

$1.25, $41.50 and $1.75 SHIRTS.

-980.

A fine lisie of White a lhdIeaney Bosoms Shirts sll Laundried
were 75c, this wveek -Z.U '-~. --.
C o rr e s p o n d in g e d n cti o nts irs o th e r W tsste S h u t s0 r f m( '
.Gents' Furnishers and Hatters
44 Sou th State St., -A nn Arbor.
CUnonie in and get yonr Shoes Shined Free Every Day-I !1?1
THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
o s o so-o p___ors
Chauncey M. Dlepew------------------------------- Oct. 10'N
Leland T. Powers -------------------------------- Nov. 30
Boston Ladies' Symphony Orchestra----------------- Dec. 11
Charles A. Dn----------------Jan. 21
Ex-President Hrio-------------Feb. 1
Luther Laflin Mills, (Chicago Alunhi Nunmber) ___--------- Feb. 12
Imperial Quartet-----------------March 12
Oratorical cnet--------------Marchl9
Lucius Perry Nills------------------------------- April 2
John Kendrick Bag-------------April 13,
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS $~,,2.0
RESERVED SEAT TICKETS ;2.5
SINGLE ADMISSION .50
Depew Number $,1.00
Harrison. Number 2.00
Or~amreal Content. 215a
TICKETS NOW ON SALE-Reserved tichets on sale Thursday, Oct. 0th, at Palmer's*-
drug stnre, State street, and W~ahrs boktre, Rain ntrest,
JAMES H. PRItUTT, Corresponding Secretary.-

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