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VOL. 11.-No. 14f0.



TH ER AC. guests were entertained. The gay THE MUSEUM EXHIBIT,
___ scene wvas illumined by twelve large Noalrolcin fSufdMi
HareHomae Pad tothe odsarc lights, and occasionsally, by thse mats and Birds for the Worlds-
R eomsic ad otheDne.Go psrotecisnics from thse heavens with- Fi-
oMuianthDac. out. The exhsibit in Chicago will be__
--At 9:30 thse first couples of theb
The Junior Hop of '94 a Magnifi- evening began to arrive, and Mann- containned partly us a case fiftccen hy
cent Success- The Glee and ger Cleveland ansd lady enjoyed the forty feet and ten feet highs, partly
Eanjo C1lobs do Them- hsorsor of hem0g the initial couple toinasoescarsvtybtvey
selves proud. i noe qae wnyb wny.-.
_____- tromensade around thse ball room of feet.1 Iis open sqiuarceiwill contain
Th reati society ecvect ofitshe the Watermns-g ymallmeanai.
collegeya i o aianevcut in j iTHELEE AND NJO C 53 (1L'S. a1Is nns nai
t :ocs'- s'r- Ilststih By g o'clock a largeesiiiience hadThi e cas issall he occupliid cliictly
Unierit hstry ' ht hih asfilest the ga-lleryiand thc cosncesrtby by liircds. I TictotlsInumnbero
oritieis'thy~ (i~ ailIl-illis lub bean ianisstssent is seventy-seven,
mid o n Abrs fu hn- ih h elo ndBu. hs -, wt le .ra ntilcipations wias the firest concert of ithecsear and hrynn fwihwr ucae
-is c-ain hrhi s nsslde an exceptisunaily good andI mossnteid volthis spsecial pura
suit iviti s- ml-oiscss impress0~ iion ith Igh indicaped tsose. Thirty-eight tare taken Ifroms
y ill'ihsgnlsces r bytic arr-ageent--of01the tanesmuseumsintutsheJnorHp fsi $ha rety yo
eil i issl l~Oi0 ats, and the iesrferece isiti the f( ti h i ic nics c tilu
withu uuoidoubt eclitiseilthis faiere-miv-ad Iticacousice en is by the cnl u l-s0I is llo
cosrds of ill its srcdeccessorss. 'sany Itstooiilis. A liat sdrili ais to-G'tl5-rcasdth m re im0r
hins cnspredto ak ths oe dcedas nenumer f te po-taut oncs are: A cairiboii threecc
ofth mIcnost l Ilisnt 'andcsuccessful grmiiand isas carried oiltisiillsa-dieritwo bhaul Oilslynx, twvoisilil
vim nsdicthviliood excui onu k-t niawolfiiid ICfshuile 1
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a 00 you s-les 5 Is ihiiastreiei' Iclsy, wih wisas shoutpesIbycdarkess is
outi upon itIsi loisrc, I 1prt, and 1 TiceIQiuatersiwosuldshavsse isoilhash
osne liinito be ireienhe ' i'll ItsIP IE
costus ocscf thin iadies isesic variccd niaccuident happsienlecdini the
in coins, irichi in textari;sail bean- thirst insning to 'itchser Reese. A N WOO7=00S
tifful in effect, -inteinnsriucaeleitched bill nearly broke liii arnm
mazecs of Ithc caniceisid she grace- when thse scoineivan 9 to o. Then a
fist civolutiosaandI liiriiiof thiewvastz, 'sub''wasasl inu, and IHarv-ard H VU O ' s
lbs effect was most delsghtflfini- oihdbn isfrs us
steed. Miss Rebecca iseld, leaider(ocesi pfo us ih
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