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May 15, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-05-15

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
CM irc M ct* . andI stuilents have, as a consequence, i ' , ree ad ooltefo herevnngG EACTA I nC'flX7 Q Ef o
meals. We do not know whetherj WE WILL FOR THlE NEXT FOUR WEEKS
ut -iuh the Cor (utege yeariedby unnthe railwsay otficials have given their IOffe r five tons of paper iof all kinids to b lde011ytsthe iound atrgua
HE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION ! ntltoyees orders to do this. It is Mlill rates. Try our C'rowns Imperial Linen at 2- ceiits per
_____an onmputationi of dishonestyv on the pounil. Bond Paper, 'thesis, and 'T'ypewriter Paper ait
EDITORS. jhart of the studients and is stronlly1(treat Blargains. Enveloipes to niatch all papers
enA.P STONEi, ':4t. S i iiiii i tori. rj d i'tit fth alvvat sgreatly reduced rates.
S. sW. C rum --,, '1, Assist. Managing P:ito.rentdlyhm.Iterawy _ = T s C0 1
0... H ' A iil ,".12, A.5--i-i. Stigi i ioi i..'. '(1511 0:' iroloses to treat the -Stu- __T _ j + { T T T 7[ -^ t
i. ) G i .T \' .L-au s- y uiia e r.r i L IJLI L rcJ _L Lam- .L S
H. ti.
I'. I) ( ';:_. F F
Gi. Bi. 1ye
:MA e li I rilo~l folir tIIIIi(I
cotl iiiatioo IcI iiiiist ii " l:C
th1e (ors ' Snscsdfateil )I ' -
tin ofItliie iac liieiaii 11 e-all
iiiiii'c'tofit lie t_'. itfM.
(liec nd iii lo 'el is in tI i'iersits
11,al1 tIh i e ns... Is tN. e iat ichance
i ~ t (lo :n lieiis' exiepit tio sali:.
T'he 1I ijIersili'MlNiIlestrels 1Ivi
('iiruedi's masoit. I iiii'l faill tosee
('SnNI) h e t elie fIii l
N o'i.rte 'Ilere sill1)e a i1)e'-
III( of Ithe II'Iii'iiileflls it '02 it
t. i).)., I rilar. NMayvzi , ini delpi
hallil i-ic'purpoe iofilisi iissiuii.
the ( 'ad aian (lilestlon alldl electinig
a boiardl (i eiditor. NMiss'l'hoiis,~s
lireen ii oi I. \N. Ihatich.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
thihs iear toii liu r tIh'e list eli-is C ti i = w '' '14 ciiirts f)"lrrr
clubs iof ic '.ce'c sin er-iandipickrI tei ii i ii'i i 'iiiiii' i
be ci wrii i'' I .ii N. i c i (liiiin ii iii iii iiiiis iSale _d i ''' I ' i iii'i';L i' rl
ch ar e i a' 1 iei lit.ra iiin . a d h1(isteii' l . elord iinay e a . .1te L.ii
the fun v s ngs and cc ags\M _1 elt i «int hi ii' I iii Is iiiutili
awifunsierIiietha i 1.iite cu s' inves iatei iii- xii ll enii t iii li eiituit.
grentel tli s c cistudents.iii Ii rc.i-s W.i-. ii ii ii ti
RA the hoiic Iii iv,'ntil 'heIntlA AvThiie.
so t'ih a ll se rs'. iiiiN v'studels iult ii iYlirade iin i-i s Op er Iis ndI(ie
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sl liIthtiiihll rsli iii iiiite imin iii itreo f goodiea n tiie
osiive il, liii' io'et adl t~mg, Iinity. M thuel' I l sipiioai'il o
andhe it o p ecv e it h illty wi Ie 11t t i ii cinn ii tliiiitss cni dale-
liece oslurrli I Iil iicI iii strngsi ialti'inyil thecii',
-7'
BU~lIPC
- QLLCGC,
N' ) .. 1N Li. lI H -'
U.J1 OF . LTTOIT,
The Adonis,
Minerva
and Helios
Neglige, $liirt$,
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
=T T=-
BALBR IGGAN
.~ . FIE 'G(1SOP, '
-.-.E''S , -NNse-i sit
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
Michigan Railway.
'Tiue Taiie guing into efet, tiutr.lF.,s..
-t al-i'.' iMailr.......i...il........ ' f}I > 7
tht is hada(arm iiiiilic' r N. i
liiiiiilltii NItiiuii..nr N thosIlii sI's
ialltt.~ ;rv otal, ld1
A. C. McClurg&~ Co.
'170 AO.
Grand Opera 1jouseCO K IQ C
Fri da Evie., 31.1y, 1 5t1.
cilaeiindisitiorsof the e lectric iiiecial oiilial d-sigtisitesiti -
street rviiway Iiave' lien lithe husbitiias isill lhetiii'in.I iish nrequitii-forii
isi'iiic'iiseiul Invitat iiinis. I luis-Ihais
recently iii stopping their icars hlmf ti igratn's. Fraternity Staitiontery,
way' bettwe'eiithe tfiir groundics anti Menu aniilIGuest Cards fiir Ianuitnets
the enid oifWaslitenas vencuie, in iih all othiir kiniis of eiillege swink.
orider to coitleit the fares frons the Our stationtery is alwsays intable for
its hanidsomte enigrav ig, ciirract forth,
stttdents cosninug from eta-iisnsms, aid modcerate prices. !t.[C ,
cir Iniversitv matches. It htas on- ,MC L G .(f
cttrred several titties, svaits oii as t
WI]LLAR~D PCMq1's
LITTLE TYCOON,
('arryinig 52 Peopile and its
IOwsn Scenery.
Prices, - 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
SEATS A GK'Br iiiilS,
Is bein tigioroughilerctiOs'tiei
aitc rc-fitrnishied.IWeCshsottld he
pleased toi see till olid patrois o
the hoose and tdsonewv onis',
AW M.Nowlin,
Proprietor.
long as tessnssmites bvi.ng acde,
CHICAGO.

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