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May 02, 1891 - Image 4

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-IE [t lQ M. D)AILY
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IZICIZI7 I IOIO TOILEI -=SOAPS
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Leaii' NN (\ilttit, froi-a ourt Iiilo, at lTheall ra tlii lii i t '( l ltll
ilA'i"IN15 II.5 PIIRTANI)i-otand 1.10, :..50, > t.s p. a
il~ ligisii. '55..5, I ii loi in m tfasiit e betfil(aly h al
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F. C Li'ARKIi'av,,i1I A F tTl iesso l id.1.M n g r 1;1 - 'SoldtatlGtodPerA, BIow.N
OGCIDEP T7 L -+"i172T1f
ELLIOTT & SHUTTS, Proprietors,
..
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--t L~Acl W3NV hat hl CJI)CC- Tthor(- T .o-Onerativ BA ;iir i ea C~ <" 1
i n ~ctfcCt atsfa~t()n 1Established in 1884. Positions filled, 2300. Seeks 'Teacs '-
are ambitious for advancement rather tloan thonse wthouat piions.
Th e Ashby Specia, ti Asi by " 1Oxford " Harvard.' _____________________________
111 1 Ziofeni s an bas1Bal tincls. GCTL H. TIJ1JD
- f2C1 1: Ish1ow iin (l heielargest tock ii)f1Full Ili ss Siiitiiigs in thleimarkt.l
Dlle sil I i oii Iii i t S ii ii Ier et., All tlie latmst shades ainil insellirs ini Troein s andig Hl
41 SATEsI-tl: 1'. i 811 'I'l il Al o. E. Ov-erenatiliga. 'iie Vests cn e i haled(llof
No .Washington St, near Main. G. H. W__....-
I. f.SIFFIW ~s TOOCI on, Br. TSITLS PILEOIO5
HfIGH CJLAS
CORRECT :-: STYLES
-IN-
Spring Suitings5
ANi1) Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.
New Colorings
STrouserings.
Noveltliies Iiil Fan'y \Vesting s-I'very-
Il~ingNe'-Sty lishi and
Seasonabiiileliatl
9 SOUTH MAIN ST..
ANN Aft1lf0ft, - - - MICHI.
SPORTING AMHLETJ6
GOO0 DS.
BIRLEII&JOLL1Y)
A Full and Complete Line
('lilot Shirts,(Canivasse lits 'leiiiis
Itackets, IRacket II oidles, lass Balls,
Blase IBall Sltisiss, fiiilss Belts, Shite
Platis, Boinig (Gloes, Ilody 'rotec'
tors, Suspenenlies. Sc'ore Booiks, B11se
1B111( 1 G l 'vs,'Trim is IBalls, (irips, llaiiiii
('libtl, II'tli Bele, Siteaters; J1eirseysa,
BULk.IGH[CL JOLLY~'i
┬░TilTE .S T. h,
,J M ES W, ,E IO IN
C'AMBRIDGW R1D h
;2- AlwiCtlioie and se'amle. o
IEE:I' iitiAht)D SOA 55i1'it.
URlMU1Lt3i V Anl IIa LU n C3I1rflhItL
0-IN C KERY1 i Iit iN i Ii CIiT'.
7 ilthPeart White Plates -18- - e ts. 11er set
7 iichi adamniitiiie Chiiii Plite s - - - 4(1ets. per set
7iiich Semi-poircelainu, Boote's Plates - 58ets. per set
Pearl White 1'114 Teas---- - ---8 tts. per set
.aiiamantiiie 114d14 leais - - - - o50 cts. pter set
Bonte's Semi-porcelain ihdld Te as - - -75 ets. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. DEAN & Go.
THE CAMPUS.
Gagne e'alled at 2:30.
IDr. ('lrisinitlier iboltedl his lecture
ye-sterdlay for the first tintie this year.
is1. A. Sotler, residlent gradutate
svisitin1g; for ia fewlilays-in(1C(1111
It is rumottredl thatl a thirdl essasi
wil Ie liequeir eil if the iRhetoric
class-ee.
Tihe Proihititin 'Cltb will have Ii
Hieting thE Cl enl i, gat 7:00 li"1.1(aw
The freshimeni ideetedl the I1~l
School nlit the campusil, y'esterdlay
afternoonl 5itol 5.
IHalrrison, -M7eudic, was lilt illthe'
C)ye yesterday' afternoonl, hy a swift
erratic groundlier. tIs eye 15is tllm-
tletely closed.
IDr. I herihtian left y'esterdayivfoir
hh'a-iiiitoii, 1). C'., to atteind the!
meet.I'g ()f tile American M1edical
Assorciatioai.
take the wsesterns trill with (lie Iater-
State ('totinerce Commnissionlie
will lie ini gtood health in a shiort
tinme.
'The fotliowinig irogram will he
renideredt at (lie AdelpiL1iterary
Sociiety, this esvening:t \iollii anti
itaisdoiliti du~et,71 etieiiy Bhiraiers;
talk, - -It. Salrv er; es-iay~, 'Miss Car-
ter; violin atd tmanitn i duet,
7letheiiy hrothiers; IDebaste:t Re-
solsedl, That tile Uiversity Liberars
shiiiiuli ee n iiSundlay-.. Afler-
ilittisi', C. A.Bowhsen; N egatire, J.-
IE. Church;liosiiliin anth iiandini
duiet, )ieliiemy Brothiers. All are
icordtiallyiinsitedt.
Nest :Mnday eveninsg, 'May 4,
cmtes(itheiennyson eveining gisenl
by) Uitly Clbiine tiarlors of tie
tUnitariani tchirchi. The programiibe-
ginis swithi apaper oni'leiiisonSbl
Miss Grace 'Taylor, (earlier (If Eng-
lists Literature i(ine IHigh School.
Thils is fol lowe I oet i o1-tf 'Tien-
WATCHMAKER AND J EWELER,
36 MSAIN STRIEET, toe3
M.W-.BLAKE,
PICTUIRES, FRtAMES, A r
ART GOODS. illesit iit5
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Mainifaeiiurer of andl ieaer i
SAGINAWGANG SAWED LUMSE
Coir._Fouthiiiain ept ts
J. HALLER
0. M. -IA RTIN,
1111 (iItl IN
Cloth Caskets, Metall'
J. A. PULHEMUS,
iSO1 'IlUS PlAIN ANI)Ii i.((.5d i.i
North 'liin Stret
RINSEY & SEABOLT,
13~esaddaesin
Groceries, Provisions,Flou rand Feed.
Ii iandi8 E.t1VaiintgitsnSt. _,.-
JOHN WOTZKE,
I.ADIE.S' and Gli'NT"vS'
WtXithi tllsreturn of (lie Bti- i.
ileasll alteishell bePrprredtofu
'NIFOI IS 1-011B11155Ball, D'1
TliliS, (rieket, 1La1 Crosse, Yaelltifn
andt foir alt Outiingilses. (Oulr'hS11,e
lilies>, Bats, Balls, SMaskssho1301t
teetors. Catehiers' Mitts, Lati il"'t
suippalies, etc., ftc., a11informer sea1'
tills tilt (1ffy' compiionl, ill'
justly IProudlof ouri large college t11
loinlg, 11110as 111' tre asr'are, to tl
sulperiorl' quatlity of 11111'giods.'1110
es'teem Weo S1111il tisriglallitf-r'
of our gendtlee'it is possil'
111lllege eilibs. Senid for 0111rlii
Catalogue oif Suimmer Sports <'1111III
forms, t. &-,hi. free to aity address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS,f
1is Miadlisonutre et. itin Llhestnut Ste1
iNii'YOiK:
241 Indt243Iii 1St ill.
tis evening iIat -7:30n itROOD, 17 sills Sshort tpoems,5 ilsunor ihitis-
tatters ssillibe reail hy It. I.. Rice tratedh in tabileauiT 'hen a series of
auth M1. I,. tPorter.scenles5wiiili e giv-en frioni (wo of the
'The comitmttee on a cia-is hat for Idl s of tie IKing, 1 alilcelot and
(lie Seniar Literary-cliass, decI'idedtIMaie"'telld Itinilesvere."- 'Onmly
yesterday (ttoaoptbliack bishoptI10 tickets ire toa le issuted, as oly
rails. hte seniours are requsestedl it (lth Iilhiat nube io ersonis cain he coiti-
tease ihieir ordlers at tine'('se Samis, fortabiy seatedh in tie chunrchl lar-
bef ore W\ednoesdlay,Mamy 6. liarssoiaill sswho ssisih Ioattenil are
iiilgr Cooley- has arrivedin ll'Al,,actse~d itohiurchase as early as ins-
Arhor fromtt Wasingtonl. I ehe s nhle.ITicet5stwill tae 0n sale Samor-
hieeli tabligedl ho taike a rest on ac (-ay- mornilin at Watr's ansdShtee-
coun~t of faiilig health. Ir. han's. Admtission, 25 cents.
V' anghlai thinks that if tie dues nt (Game called at 2:30.

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