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May 18, 1891 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1891-05-18

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.
,~( ~ e~ilan all. C1EAT $TATIOflC1RY SALE.
Ie lire slitterian(Coiincil nieets
abisniItil (enlas sspsi ts~~ t terot hs ec, itl he0 thaWE WILL FOR THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS
ine Colle easrisbtos0(lfer lire tons of papier of all kinds to be sol by tthe pound at regular
Linof MMi llain tall is to lie iiiaule 'till rates. Try our Crown Iperial Linen at 25 cents pier
HE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION y apr ftepoedns e.(
a1at 1ttere1 cigs es poutnd. Bonde Paper, lThesis, ansd Typeweriter Piaper at
Sbeitin price $250 persseas. as unrit i yM.- Geilston w sas cal ledlttpoti yester- Great Ilargainas. Eitselopes tomth Isall tapers
day and. gavenii thern Ot -i- t ts foli ng ts flaits._ at greadytledciliedlrates.
aeun <n-i Yi7 r liies nctt-it taint i t - ai'' -
[W nieOf th ~,' ttl is 0i lei ,aT= s - i sh-llii iil u ti h i O
_ 4tc0lothettitliItti-i iatliii dii -afternoon.T 22
it i ii 5ii s itiii ts isS
tatclcl . i-ii hy tilt i-i liii thine xtiii
day. Ad~hcssall atte ine itc 1(II utlic-j
il' thu -c ~i et -
THE 1U- of M. DAILY,
Ann Arbsr, Mich.
Cu otnt etiication)
EDITORS.
It>ttsls~oe ,'ti: ',i Si-ait Slittr
NVe . p i-u iosoitiltuittin- Siag ees
C. INV- liii i 'it t , i h i-i t.uils at
1I. 13. J "i i ait Iii It.f i tt>t:" i ':i
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I).Ge.lisIc- iiret-inyiof tihe Iiiardl of
gel1 il d lvr tn m n t d
slite oe heCr'rit rud
tin-i -ril eo cciithe chur h l-ilrea
lungs; Ii 1 Aserveinttl iiti-lecture
fe oit- willI b-respontdtedlto.- At
aboti 1). Ill. the triltsiill lavefor
Detroit. It is expictledt1t a 1most
fi i enoahltime till lie- tail lyeall
UCF M ETTLT
The Adonis,
Minerva
and Helios
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OLLCGC, COLLA S NDCUFS
II
wht lii ie
tlrcse
lilted to ]tear file ac1-
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BALBR IGGAN
1 itl it Ii t e ' i l iiIst ittle
itill teli ei h Ia1 iO11
le e-at C till
Sth AIilic s ," it ii *-t.
C:'n~c ttvor inis I Ii i ia
The Iaranecastill< 1Iby lie col le-es
,sittliwtit hIthtle iiln pIltviti-Clire t
latrge entit 1I li it il o er a h
expensies. I lie 1Is l1 t t th
Unliversity :MtistrelIs inithle(lperit
H ottseliextI'T'hursda1 c nn.W
hate a ies-ls ie n fte1
tif MI. i to imike animi prl~tensi lli llii
the pclint hl e t'ralllen r
si-c tilts oli abrlet itit thn II
illetis Ofn early everyi ;tu iit xl
ntth es 5vriy. 1h lero~la
wie plylbe pItdti e d thes eil I i ll
wasttlv h C hit f's lht It1 "i he'11111-
evl al airc aletolattee. tlci
Gamn Tn-Day. 1
t NisI)1 n iii i I a t int-tle-il
I i l Ko T/ tcslvtandtil Iirsii-
(1,1Y atc'r~i~w 1. tr ith ; to 0 :21(1 Ih
lii- t i I tS 0 Wd11 1 ~ l i Ill ii
ri- I h sl t 1111
II
Must Iai. l h'l n llc t oil .
Leets huh iletitlist I e (m th
itimpus ti e r af rno to p cie
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Ii Nic ins ertediii inhiIs tolt-- aterte-
Sf10cits teit line.it ei l t esi for AM . it
timeItt n etai lisfilt il s leinh attt- i ts
tite liii. nitAic.-~I tlittis iittt t.
Souve i t-ipo n atIVIM-i AtltAN-
A.L1 C.Mc lr Co
(111E
O ul. tradc ilmsicli*rlaids
j tei(Xe~ldepectatCio.TeLav
Ii. (itCliiiItiles. L NJZE N1/1/EA R2
1NIIsIliiI I
II i. FUEG'dSOTP,
6'w
TER C H ER3S ARE INTRtDUCED
,70.a IESRiSORN ST. Chlicage.
No.I) .I V I TION S'1'
Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
(Michigan Railway.
imaeTable goninto ala attiiiMondsay, Feli, 20-
ManiseteitExpressiand Mil.i.t..... 40 a
Sitti-easanht.Psegr ........5 07 p.im "
iW.-H. At-it I I, LS. neat ilpel
Grand Opera F ouse
Thursdasy Ee., May, 21 st. QQKi Q j~
lThe freshmitensisill play the seniosi Slwit-s 1ortiginal udisignwit islltssi- - -
maites siill lie- lti-ssvitl nitIretquest forTTTTTDQT~
sfthe series ini the class laue.tt-utgrainilies. l-rternity Staitioniery, - - -
The nmanagers las-e not yet sdecicded aindlChilt Dinnesrs IDaitePrsgrtaimnis, + YI S IE ,
swhethier to lay on the camuis or and1 all othe~r kiiiis if citlege wo-rk.L ITS P E
Our statitonery is alwtays notabule for nTSENDsOTHEi NINE EAST.
the fair grountds. its handsonue enlgravinig, corract forii,o iistsaniastehliis12tusiss
- 0aind moiderate prices. LC I efresada rhsr fL uiin
Lovers of Htandlel aitd Schubert (7 lL =1 1,5 CZs
are to have a rare treat at the Unity A. C. McCLURGA CO25eEXTORA..
Club to-night. CHICAGO. SEATS AT SPELLERS.
is be-lug thoroughly renotsated
andI re-furnIishled. We should be
pleased to see all old patronts of
thin house and alsonew onles.
A. M.Nowlin,
Proprietor.

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