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rTt-EL; ()W M. FDA ILYs
£xTT 0 1,1 ~70-I1C
S AL~E OF WATCHES
MtYEiKNT hitl-; STOCK OFI
j EYIELLY1, SIDEIW L L L zci
MisHt 1)e. clioed out. Salte every afternooa nd 111(1 l .
L. T, LIMPERT,
lIangstet'e l ockiiN - - - Ann ,4xt1)r, Mich.
Life iS Uncertain! a1.10 lo I 0
DET SSURE. TIME TABLE. Il
DEATH IS4.i 5 40,V-li .20, 9,10.30p.It).
Leave ANN AIOltlll, fr1 ou0111 se,
lii55, 1i1:-'S, 10,55,)a.1Lit., iandi1.1U, "M.50,i4'30.
For the nest three 11 11110111onh ili01te n i 1,x6, ',1.61
MichillallMutuli e1110 nsuran11c1a lany. Leae 3'I LAN PI at 1, .40,15, 6-, Q '
A o vt r $a,000,00.o.Snurillus tor f~tii
.1hid tendowmt iand Inves-tmlenl 1,01- iLeavenANN ARBORII, floanCourt Hous1e, at
cies written at atiowtrate. No coipanys rite010 1 .30, 3.10 41.55, 6>5, .1, .60a, 1. In.
it bter onractilt. Allexainahtiont of ourc 11.11.45 atd 11.25 casoin Sundy'till stop
policies soticited, at corner ofit 100001an1 Adlams'st00Ypiltn
iB. J.C ONMAD, 'you can savetone y 00(11gointis wayt
ResietiAget, 18iSouthtIiiiilis. Detroit. _ ,,r
4Teachers Co-Operative ASsKaIF 1
W ihi atjust t Ie tie a iwyrti 1 A1 it ni t m ft he 1Esttablished in 18 . Ps tin filled, 2300. Seesaea btosfo dicc m ate hntoowthou ti.1,1~
are ambitious for a ancoment ather>thanothuaa.' .,,tli°i i
Nt t-t flt a 5 11TTtatit Ia Itar ta.71i
H11ARVARD AND YALE,
In th.e1pat 1.1t iiiiniioths. ICoirse i a eet,
The SAt K.1 ii T FIt.NTAIN IPEANis ttit.11ttST . ittllitt .easll t.e
tittIEE.N'ttUNTANi1fo St.ioa rrntit.
6 taill t.4 St ate -t.
Io shoingt,.the I..trgoat Stock atfIFiill IDress- litaIiti ntielMarkt.~
Ovcriioatitgs. lFiine CAsts 011care hutmioft
No. 2 E. Washington St.. near Main. G. HI W]I
J. I. SIALTOLLD
HIGH CI1AA$
CORRECT:-:STYLES
1IN-.
Spring Suitings)
A'N I -Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
Colorings
New . IN
( Trouserings.
Novelties in Fanacy Vestings-Every-
thing New-Stylish atial
Seasotiable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN ARBOR,- - - MICHI.
6,3;. STATEnST., AsalAnnait, Mica.
BLANK BOOKS,
For the ntext thirry (lays.
Htarvard, Yuale, U. it Me. aail.taiversal
COLLEGE + OUFITTER,
Sporting and Athletic Goods,
Base Bait and Tennis
Goodis a specialty.
10'AND) t1 HARVARD ROW,
BURLEIGI & JOLLY, AGENTS.
GREATEST VARIETY d LOWEST PR ICES
taN('Itl~illY IN PIIE CITY.
7intcht Iearl Wite Pltates - - H- 3 ets. tier set
7r ihAdanmantine China Plates - - -411 ets. per set ,
7 mc Semi-porcelaina, Boote's lates - s5 ets. per set
tPearl White II'ld Teas---- - ---- tst. per net
Adamanatine tild 'Teas - --510 ets. per set
Itoote's Semai-ptorcelaini IIldi 'leas - - - 75 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. } pDEAN & CO-
THE CAMPUS. Room E, to decide upon00a0 hourfor
the regular meetings, and to outlinet
The seciolawas totwihve ctass the avork. Jott-, C. Ro~rcx.
p11s. Rev. AMr. Sunderland will tareacih
Miiss (Woters , ts tieenienter- next Sunday lmornaing 1upo01" What
taitintg tier aunlt, frotmCiiicagio, iar Educated Yoitng Men andti Woniell
thte tast week. Can Dio to Upalift tite Word.''
P~res. atiii:qtrs. Eliot, of Haorvard, Evening sttbject, Williana Lloydi
hase retulrneditfrom ii ouextendtedi Garrisota.
western trita.The secretary of tile .Athletc
R. It. Cortoeti lectureit at 1"psi- Ass'n iii be at the Alphia Nu Hall
anti, lost nighit, unlder tile auspaices from 9:30 10 to a. to., Saturday,
of the Y. M. C. A. Marcia at, for thte purpose of sign-
The students of the Uiniversity of ing tickets atad receiving clues frotm
Southa Dakota have detmataded thte new nmembers.
resignation cit Pres. Grose. A book of great interest to Amieni-
The Faculty Club thtink of buy- can students of History weas recently
ing the lWinchell residence and it- found at Haddington Abbey, Eng-
hog t ot fura clb hose. latnd, in a library that had not beeti
Pro. Dnai Maico ba a ettrused for centuries. It is no less
its this morning's Detroit Tribune in than Wiiliam Penns's famous tpatper
regard to taedical legislation. on "The IPeople's Ancient and Just
Messrs. Ptarker, Sherman and ibetehc ssi ohv
K~etanedy tolt constitute a stanintg been written in 1670,
cotmmittee 011 printinag for tile athl- Tae following senior laws are to
letic associatiota. contest for class orator, to-mlorrow
A stpecial meetitig of tile boartd of afternoons: Broxwn, Johnsotn, Parks,
directors of the A. A. wiii be hled Wisler, Btaidwin, Largent, Landis,
Saturday, Marcia on, at to a. na. 'Mttaster, McNally, Spaotts, 0'-
Inutortant business is to be con- Neill, iHalley, Giubert, McGeagia,
sidlereid. Thsomtpson, P'ethserbridge and Mies.
Manager Abibott weert to i'oledo At the Adelphi to-morrow es-en
tast night its restionse to a telegrama ing the foiiowing program wililibe
stating that hais sister, whona lie had given : Flute solo, Mr. Parsons;
not seen for nearly two years, weas accompanist, Mir. Moseley; essay,
there awaiting his arrival. F. V. Moseley; declamation, WV. H.
I wiil meet thse ciass for extra Dlellenback; debate, Resolved,
reading in Terence Saturday morn- That political suffrage should be in
ing, Marcia2 1, at 9 o'clock, in no way restricted on account of sex.
BUTSIIESSEIL.EOTOR Y
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,'
Specallattention)taid toE repairinig tct
and Jewoelry.
M. W . BLAKE.
PICTURES, FRAMES, A I4
ART GOOD'S. 10 went HUT-12S t
FERDON LUMBER YARD,
Manafacturer of and dealer in,1
BAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMSEP
____Cor. Fioueth aad tDepot Sis.
J- HALLER
46 SOUT.01H AiS T.
Riepairing a specialty.
0. M. MARTIN,
DEALER IN
Cloth Caskets, Metal10
A ND II iDlitON COFFINS-
J. A. POLHEMUS,
ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BIAGGAGE tL0t
_ Narth Main Street -'
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Biakers and dealera in
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and reed,
11 and 8 E. Washintoln St
JOHN WOTZKE,
Maker of fine
CADIES, anad GENTS' s510
Repainlg nealardon. 43 S.Main d
With thae retura of the Bhase fur.1
St stan we shall tie preprared to fiX,
nit h All that is tiew and desira lo
L N11 ORMS FORliase BallLw
Ti nn s, Cricket, La Crosse, YaebtiSt9
at1 dtfir all Outing uses. Oatr Sil
Sax Oa-er for quality atad durabityY
no equal. Our tine of Base Ball lo.
plies, Btats, Balls, Masks, Body 1is
tectors, Cateciers' Mitts, Lawn Tex,"'
Supplies, ete., etc., as itn former s al:e
ens wilt defy cotipetition, W'e fol-
justly prouid of our large college the
towitig, due as we tire aware, tohis
superior qoality of our goods. ig
esteem ave aimuto strenigthe~n fret
season to season, in thae iniproN7Car'~
Of our goods whtere it is possible.e0 0,
respondeace desired with ma5iage5
all college clubs. Send for Our .
Catalogue Of Summer Sports and v
forms, A. & B. free to any address-
A. G, SPALDING & BROS"
CIIICAGO: PILDLH~r~
1i8 Madison Street. lO10t claenat St
NEW YORKs:
241 and :.143 roadway.

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