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April 02, 1891 - Image 4

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vH E U 'i0" M. FDAILY
s 7=TI I= , t FE ' rrr W N L ife is U n c e r t a in !
TIME TAB3LE, DEATH IS SURE. I 1
1.0. 1 LI 1'0is '; ern4 set. i zveANN ARItORII, from Cou1rt 91 Ilmi 511 91111cI1at11 1 1 P r slln L. 11 if 5.1.
E =CM G C 106 Wabash A VC1. and 2'5 at ~the low rate o 11.001111 j19410011, in tile gi ed o ains-tfrrh
CLARK, Leave Y IIANTT 1at 1, 2.1o, 1.51,6.05, 7.15,:91., e, novIe ;,000I,000. Surplusoe 1 W 004011. 1111m (1
B F.M n g r pu All kind.n ,1)1 n 11111114114Iivestmen11t 1p01l- .
1~. F. CL R, Manager 1Lave ANN AIIO~, Ifrom ourtlHouse, anOces written at a Inw rate. Noncompany write -Da n ~QI
410° Richardon 1Wk. 4911 111I1n011oltl 1.1. 111 .15 iandll11,251trai1n n Sunday 1il1 stop pollicisli cied
at 1lr1n1r1t 11119, and1Adamns 1ts., 1Inlanl..M. J. CONRAID,
Sen oril111.\gl11 'nIlaI11i lll etotc, n i~ noncc 1y9 going ti ytoliResident1 11Agentl 0 S11South1111In 11lls. ELOT&SUTS'rpitr
The 1Asby Special," Aslhby," "Oxfor'd," 'Harvyard.'
4- STATE STREET. 6 8(1t"1I1 d,\l\ti ;1,
CORRECT:-:STYLES
-IN--
Spring Suitings
ANI) Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings. -
( Colorings
New ~IN
(Trouserings.
Novelties inFalncy Vestiisgs -Every-
tiilg New-Stylish and
Seasonable at
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
ANN ARBOR, - - - MICHI.
BuIRLEIll&JOAy,
.:1S SA-S r., 99 5, AnBOl, ICLo,
BJLANK B1OO1S
GREATEST VARIETY
(IN 1C1OCK11E11
7 iich Pearl Whlite laltes -
7 incih Adamaltntinle Chinlla~ite
7 inchl Semi-polrcelainI, Bootes P
Pearl Wihite II'nil'd Teas -
Adamantine ti'did Tells -
iBootes Send-porcelain It id Ti
44 SOUTH MAIN ST.
THE CAMPUS.
Conlway swants $200 jper 11011111for
hils seces1C2 as a coachl.
M.Iy. O. sburn, of ()Oso, a
former '91- lit, is v isitinlg friends iln
the city'.
'T'wenty-eighlt candidates1have senlt
in1 tiheir naml~es 1t) Manlager CGlidden,
for variouls positionls 011the mledlic
teaml.
Dr0. Harper, of Pale, wh-1o recenitly
lectured hsere, hlas jtust finishedl a
course of lectures on tile Psal1ms of
Vassar college.
IDl- Rogers closed ihis lectures to
tile law students yesterday, nmaking
a nseat little faresvell speecs inlio11000
of tileoccas~ionl.
D~r. Buck, tProfessor of Pisysics
and director of tile observatory at
Grinnel College Iowa, is visiting ihis
sots of the Medical department, for
E
;,
in7,1l111 1 I124. Positions filled, 2300. Seek . 1
arc1s5ambitious foOr advancemntcrather 0t1an thSoNse l9,L 7.19.
G. H. WILD,
1s 11 oii 1111110rg911 11109 of. 11119111109 11111190111139 ket1
Os rIcllltinl3. 1'inel\ests 9111llO 1e,1hadf W L
No. 2 E0. Washington St., near Main. G. H.__L
BTST STOR.CTRY
d LOWEST PRICES WM.ARNLD.OK
IN THlE CITY. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER'
3> - pe.set 0')MAIN STREE T.
-'s - - - 41) ets, per set anld Jewerantinpidtyeiarn
'les - - 5 ets. per set
- 38ts. per set M. W. BLAKE,
-- 50 cts. per set P'ICTUMRS, FRtAMES,A
0115 - - - 75 ets. per set ART GOODS. 10 West HuflnSt,5
pEAN & co. FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Malnufacturrof and dIealer in
A spca program wvill be gicen SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUMBER
iy tile Adelphli Literary Society', CIr. Fourth and 0epotsI S
Saturday evenling. J" HALLER
All those desirilng to take the Ni- 4601)1911 MAINST11.
agora trilp should conie to a Iieet1i5 epiigacily- ______________
in Roim ASaturday, April 4 at OE. ARI N,
3.30, or sendl iitiseir namses. A 51f- Cloth Caskets, Net'~5
ficient Inumiber insst he thlere to ANTI COMMO11N CIN1-0
secure thse low rates.J. -A.7POESHEMUS,Y 'g
Can wvomen enjoy the sports of T =ALSO J'lUS HACK ANI) IIA(10A00 LiN
the field, and Ican they acqluit them- North SMain streetl-.
selves creditably in thleml? "An RINSEY & SEABOLT,
Banker and dealers inl~
Anmerican Rosalid," in April Out- Groceries, Provision sFlour andrFee
ing, comes as a pleasant surprise ansE.WhigoS.
withI her affirmative answer. JOHN WOTZKE,
Makerof OIn
Mr. S. 1M1. Dick, P. G., drew thne I.ADI~S' and GET 11SOO
Columbia bicycle given away by Repairing neatlirdone. 431S. MainSt
Wagner & Co. to the one making
tile nearest guess to the number of Salee
basin the globe. Mr. Dicks
gss wsa 41,521, the correct num- Withl the return of tile Base B3a11
berbeig 1,54.Sealson, we shall be preprared to 111f
her beng 41,24.Wlsh all tihat is new and desirablel
The senior medics elected tine fol- UNIF'ORtMS FOR Base BlallI-
lowing officers, yesterday afternoon: Tenlnis, Cricket, La Crosse, Yacehti el
Presient . L.Kiefr vie-pr sl ad for ali Outing uses. Or Sal
Peiet .1.ieetvcprs, Sweater for quality alid dulrability Ila
Mliss Emma MeColiuns; secretarynequal. Our line of Base DalilS""~
ples, Bats, Bails, Masks, 13ody li%
. 1L. Saylor; treasurer, Abram tectors, Catchers' Mitts, Lawn Ts-
L.eenhlouts. Gibson woas elected Supplies, etc., etc., as122il formersre
ons will defy compIIetition, We fSI-
class photographer. Jusotly proud of ou~r large caJlege th
"rThe Athletics of the Ancient lowtig, due as we alre aware, Tis
s uperior qullaity of our goods. p
jGreece," ill Outing for April, 15siln- esteem we aimn to strenlgthenllep
teretin redingto ver conestnt easo toseaon, n te inprve olee-
teetn edn oeeycnetn o r tods eeiltilispoeo
and enthusiast of the present-day respondence desiredl with mu111ages
athletic contests. Tile ssmilarity all college clubs. Send for or
Catalogtte of Summer Sports andL
and differance between those con- forms, A. & B. free to any address.
terts and the ones of our day, as A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
brought out in this articie,is full CHICAGO: PHIAPI A: eo~'1et.
of information and entertainment 108 Madison Street. 10312 Chestfnt s
to th reaer.41 and 243 Broadway-
Axv a few days.
A The "lBe ansd D.o" circle of the
Iings Daughters of the Congrega-
r..LL'('1 c () rZ- tiotlal churchs intend to produce the
"t1. "eak Sisters" before the vacation.
rpor tte nt thirty days. Date will be announced hsereafter.
Thsere was a call for a mass mect-
T- ks ' _-7 j om ing of the law students in front of
Harvard, Yalei, U. iftM. and Universal thse law building iast evening. Many
COLLEGEresponded only to discover, whsen
C ' OLLE+ OUTFITIERS, too late, that Apsril was withl us as
Sporting attd Athletic Goods, usual tisis year.
Base Ball anld Tennis A few enterprising girls at Souths
Goods a specialty. College have formed a society known
tO AND 11 HIAR VARD ROW, as tile "Russian Club." Its ains
C.AM 3RIncl., MASS and tihe nature of its work is not
BUR1EE10H5& JOLLY, AGlE.srd known outside of the circle.

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