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THE U. 0 M. DAILY-
AE F/AE DISPLAY GNS AL-H S
At4 S 1CtA
They-MinnisStropawiltput ajfideSpecial Sale at NOBLE'S.
egono uirthaiayftheribiV tin a sjoliss, o s E j 5tsSx o 5c~ 5os. he o 0e
Strop e CtS. S1 Tf r ee tS St , Four bi' $fo 00
ninnae. Evciybody is sitisfitedso fi ! Altl Eegantly finihel anitRich in to ,Three Sor le1.00. ur 0fo ts1 worth 7"00-
ot of more lhan toon purhros.on1 ccT e 10. 50'Ii cc. h75t.3
Calki 's rPharmy . ; "Extsravalue.Imoported through IBoston Com isso ose. All Shaits,- thck Tan,
WILSEY, - The Music Dealer. 'ltrown, Etc., Etc.
MOO E& ETM RE, BOOK STORES NCO- 6 SOUTH MAIN STREET
v- EANti COiNERc ciiSTATE AND WILIAOM STREE010.
A I;]-'tT xii IIFLom So12 J-xT\ . oz k0lN,-:AlDO7:5, x zzz E ISITY L-Ji Eom0773
TENN IS (.OODS AN' 11 I-MAKOC KS.
Our ioc will be found Complete and Our Prices as Low as the Lowest.

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And Many
WIt'GLEiiStoBRy boW Su to
GUITARS
ANti
PRICES.
THlE ANN ARBlOlR ORGAN CO.,
51 South Main Steot.
IGHIGAN GEITA!
'i me 'oTabl(isted) Nonvcmbter 2no n892
cAS.on . NES. ia. m
"Maill-------- 04 2i Chicago Specint -;i 08
Dlt Er ess ------ 5 i:30 Day hopess-n-- 8 ft
.0. .itinitin----- 0 :8 lail- ------ 93
N. YLiited-_.94i .S ittid-_0005
Nia faca Falls8-11 27, npt.n
a ,Ciiigo oIn. icces. 2 iV
I. N. NtnlS-i' )38 U. :1 l cr,.- 05 8
41.tHitit e ss 10 4 p iic lprss, _1t6 (t
(0. i 11one-t1 o in Pacito W.ciiee-i tofi
I. 1P.& T1 AventfChicia-'o. A -I Aiiii irhor1
FIRST NATIONAL BANKI
01 ANN A111341t
Capii tal i'itt 0S epic ndotiets, *ttttlilitO.
'lransacts a-i eneti.. bcniteibiuionessfor-
eignt'ochii- e noldlt otesof crediiipiocireod
for treneelte6 aoroad.
S. W. CLARSoONt, Cashier.
DANCING and DEPORTMENT.
GRANGER'S AADEMY'
T'he tbuitdiigpeciatly tiuittibyMr. Granger
includetshin family hotte, and contains the
fttest aed hest arrangeid rooms for instruction
to be found in She State.
Office, Canter Entrants, 6 IIIAYNARD ST.
Sed liii5,ll, er $3 50for Sans'
li d. pie Retail Box by express of
I.T r the B ESTCANDIES in America.
WWV Pat op in elegant boxes and
strietly pure. Suitable for
PRESENTS' Express charges
C. F' GUNTHER.(Confeetioner,
210State Street,
CHICAGO, ILLIN(KS.

REMEMBER THAT YOU CAN BUY
li ("Citper litrttid-'Solid melt 'o' toes f ot 101 perlnt doz.
lumphici, .til
2 X" inslowt Corti, - - - " 1.15
r>" I'rinmrooe " - - - ' 111 c
2 - Ltike Shore," - - - "1.50
Aind ail otier Caunecd Goodis at prolportionlate price of
44 Main Street, South. DEAN & COMPANY.

.

Call on Win. Fulde. kte
Tailor, opposite the Law Ecilditig, otn
Wiliamot-st., first tioor wveotof State-ot.
Cleanitg, repttiritfgtandipreisigonte neittly.
Suitsto order atspcialty. Altlswork first-class.
IF YOU WANI1 lT
Buyr az.Alarn' Clock
or have sameteaitring door fo 10
MA/M-i Arisjolaf 36 M.ain Street
1LARQ1 - ROUJE
WITH SIX LOTST
A kitrge ltiuiieiiith abotintw ntty lire'
roiitis, aid sicxut-.t; o e t aotnie-hatf
l'roietyin 1o.tI shapie. tn-ehalt ontirdili
foe fiit-danoeeillor billiaed -ioim. Ntoutd
man eeletibe foiiSoety Itouse.
tsi-ytiytneit-. Galltt
56 West Liberty Street,
S. KPAUSE, ANN Amou,AMicif.

E UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Frehie' iter tinksehati-ottege
They've qeer, Itec-lar nay,
Wthi-thel i tesi h-eir, "'Thiie'n -re jiitly,
larnI'eetothinIg ott totty."
-Ex.
'hue junior laisswtill ibeqizzced
on'rorto neat week.
Chapmato made 9 ft. 3 in. in tie
poie vautlt yeterday.
'rhe junior losswsill play ite Nor-
muals at Ypsilanti, Saturday.
The '96 lito are planniug to give a
social in Grangeros Halt, June 3.
'rhe boards for tite Wilson lecture
wiil be opeunlMonday umortning, at
tine usual lplaces.
lr.I. .W\aterloo, detit '91, of
Flushting, seas a visitor at tite Ui-
versity, yesterday.
J. I-I. Sawvyer, lit '95, left today-
to accept a position as government
inspector at thte "Soo.''
Thte setiior pictulre TIhuroday wso
not a succeso, cotsequently iii -
claos will have to sit again.
'T'he University of Illinois ball
team defeated the University of In-
diana 13 to 6, Wednesday.
'The team leaves at 6:28 to-nighst
for Ithaca. A large crowd will be at
the depot to give the boys a good
send off.
"The Garden of Eden and Primi-
tive Man," will be the lecture topic
in the M. E. church, next Sabbath
bvnnTe, Ho onngasHappytSun-
eening.wthse ndorninHsubjetSwil
day."

Extra tickets for tite concert to-
ntgltt can be obtained at the hall
this eveniiig. Ptrice S,1.00.
Rev. Mlr. Sunderland's subject
hext Sunday morning will lbe, " A
Religion cit Freedonm fit for a Free
Repulblic.''
Prof.IB. Ad. Thonmpsonlwsill icc-
ture in tite presenit series before thte
S. C. A., Stunday morning, his sub-
ject being "''The Prodigal Son."
A boarding honuse baseball leagtte
htas been formed bettveett 23 and 25
Thompson and a5 Jefferson streets.
Tine winning team trill receive nll
fontls cattght during tite series.
'rhnsolo singing cit Miss Shase at
the Jeffersonian Society last tnight
twas etsiasticaliy reiceiveid. ile
recitation of "Coltutbia Cruni' by
Miss Mertie Coodp-koontz, canoed
the Jeffersonians to roar seith
laughter. Tile society- accepted a
challenge fronm tie Webster to pliay
another gamse of baseball on May
27.
Prof. Scott scuds to his Boston
publishers this wveek, the usanuscript
of the second edition of the book ot
Paragraph-wvriting, which lie wrote
two years ago, conjointly with Prof.
Denny. The work has been entire-
ly re-written and revised, and weill
be, perhaps, half again as large as
the first edition. It will contain
several hundred carefully selected
paragraphs for analysis, and over
2000 subjects for exercises in compo-
Isition.

-CALL ON-

G.M. WILD
The Leauding Tailor,
Poeancyt- Vet o is, 'rcont.i l aris h
mosttcomictieestoin uthuecity at
No..2 E. Washington-St.. Near Main.
Capital.,S$50,fil. Surplus and Proftts. SIitift.
Does a general Banking business. Pays is-
terest on Saving Deposits. Has safety
Deposit Boaxes for Rent.
iU. KEMPF, Pros. P.H. BELSER, Cashie.
Bank oven Saturday evening.
0. K. BARBER SHOP.
Its CONNECTION,
Fine Shower Bathe, New Porcelain
30 E.Washingtn St.J.R OANWK
30 Bathse for ld

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