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T 1 .J. _E I IlI1/ ' ii l". ?i i.' a . AM OLE
ILLOIZILOnoZIO. * 1 A TOILLI SOAPS
iii5TiN 515 5ilii. l'. TIME TABLE. lainlifai tin ii froiiitien roit i iiie
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Ti i h oetiv e t, S. 6eCli nt o n St . Iili "t) I , 5i4i 1>iill ,5 li 1 I(.'Sl \iL l() lilliIiI isi: .liS
LOS NGI.IIS, I,:U S. prtariStrel. I~ciiv esiN RIWIi 1 55 I i t T I . hal i le IIsl S oap. siti oi an l
3.F L R , M n g r i'e.i' NN iiiiiiu s (e iHl, li ;i llllIIi fiatii thieiigiss.or, - el - ~ aA~ Q I~ t 4~
Semi 11 "' ,IOii iWabashie've. i I i tiiiiosesYp in effectIO sureA ellre fo0A 00le, Aai ELLI o & SHTieTSR,Proieto.e
A M 'nod. i~II 'Ci MCII' Ilieiil3'13' llliiandtiUideriiEixperiencILL
Buiy iRacqunts thai have beeii thoroughlyv tried ini Ani Arbor aild
g ientierfect satislactIMiii
The "Ashby Special,", "Ashby," "Oxford," ,Harvard.'
Tachers Co-Operative Association C&HCA
Establisedin 1 584. Positions filied, 2300. Seeks Teachers stliC
are ambitious for advancement rather than thoee without positione.
FulI inc of 'I'eiiiiis and lise till (Goods. G'H ID
2~X OO~ ~- Is stiswiii5 the largest ttck'iofiiFritl Dr'ss Siiiis ililielmarIke't.
D aesinIi 1 s ''t aiti a ,ett., Al1thte latest stiales aria n1110 'ties ii i lli sel iifsan
leii iOs i'i'F '1R'" "GSOT I.I 'I.eciiltiiiges. 1Fie Vests caliliie hid of
No. 2 E. Washington St , near Main. G. H. WILD.
J. 1:,SIA.FFOLL,
HIGH CJLAS$
CORRECT:-:STYLES
_IN'-
Spring' Suitings
A t) Silk Vestings,
Overcoatings.5
Colorings
New IN
(Trouserings.
N'ovcities in N anicy 'csiin55s -I's'ery'
tiisg Newsi'tilishi aiii
19 SOUTH MAIN ST.,
AN AR1lOR, - - - M1IcII.
SPORTING
GOODS.
BUREIUGII &JOLLY,
1111 Ie J ll) ECIVISED FI'lt
Hara, ValI5 ellndl'inc1, 11leto lutiters,
A Full and Complete Line
O1
Chenviot Shirts, Canlvalss Panlts, Tellllis
R1ackets, Racket Ha~ndles, Blase Balls,
Blase Ball Masks, Caiivass Belts, Shoe
Plates, Boing Gloves, B~ody Protec-
tore, Suspeinsories, Scoire Btooks, Base
Ball Gloves, 'Tennise Balls, Caps, Indian
Clubs, Dumb Bells, Sweaters; Jerseys,
Catchers Mitts, etc. etc. Don't buy
unltil you have seen our assortment.
I3UILEIGII & JOLLY
26 S. STATE ST.;
AC-f-E2TS wOZ
JAMES 'MiT. ERINE,
CAMIIDGE, MASS.
"NCaii fee Catalogue and ace samples or
Mackintoshes.
ICE CREAM AND SODA WATIER.
GREATEST VARIETY c LOWEST PRICES
0 N'CROICKIER' IN 'HE CITY.
7 inchi Pealr White Plates - Ta - 3 cts. per set
7 inicli Adaniantine Chins Plates - - - 40 cts. per set
7 inch 'Semi-porcelain, Boote's Plates . - 58 cts. per set
tPearl White lillil 'les-- --- -------i cts. per set
Ailamantine 11'ld Teas - - - - 50 cts. per set
Baste's Semi-porcelain 11"l'd 'Teas - - - 75 cts. per set
44 SOUTH MAIN ST. pEAN & Co.
THE CAMPUS.
-Certaiii wearers tif 'Silks'' visitedl
tic chienical laboratoryontFrlilay.
D~artiiotth, Anmherst and Wiu-
iaziiis iase lortieid a teiinis league.
A seconid creirhats been oirganizei
'itI Ilirrarll to live the hiviersity
plractilce.
About fifty of the juaniorlairs
hiave gone ionie for tile sumiter
vaication.
MItiss h oney'iof'IYpsilaintipaid
Mir. Siieeider, a '93'ItMedic, a visit
oii Saturilay.
Lehiighi tias refuseid to joini tie
foot-ball league iwithitoriiell,ICol-
iiiibia aiiilI Lifayette.
'The Art Gallery aiiil Iusceumt
wcre wcell fitted wvithi visitors of a
miniisteriai air oii Satuirtdav.
hr. Carrowc's lccture bieforie the
Ford Mledical Society on Saturiday
eveing, ivas exceptionally interest-
Eleven of tie freshi nedics gave
five mniite talks oni the various
pliascs of cholera before the class
ini Hygienie.
Air. Prank MAliri', acting city
sulperinteitdant of (lie Battle Creek
schools, ws in the city, Saturday,
attcnding a tcachcrs convention.
Wc havc been informcd that all
entrics for events in the spring field
day sports plositively close by to-
morrow night. All those desiring
to enter shlould do so hefore that
time.
'rTe Univcrsity niedics have
skulls antI cross-bones painted over
their base-bali uiiiforiis, andti heir
opplonents, the lao's, are about to
decorate tieirs awithi linibs if itic
lait.-Eveninig Nesss.
'Thiis csveuing Piriuf. Eidler, of lie-
troiti rrofessoir of ipiysical clltiuie
togetheir iiithi a 'company oif atli-
letes isill fuirniishI the eiitertaiinmisnt
at tin.ATLAi.
Thie regents ill seini an archi-
tec t tio visit all the leainiig gynmna-
siumis in tliecouintry ini ''tier that
the 'iiatermnig"yminasiumntmay bc
ini the svery fiont lhue both as to
archuitect-ure and cqipimnt.
A. Jacksoii ieacois and pillar of
the chiirch hail tiwo ifiiis nepihewts,
students at Albion collcge, dowtn for
iiiner iast Suniday. 'Thle old gen-
tlenuan ini the gnilelcssness of his
aged hieart supp~osed thiat all students
strictly obsersed the tenets of the
chinrchi.(On this belief lie siuoke as
(lie famiily wtere scaled at table.
"George, still yon say grace?" "I
bcg to be ecusedi for this time,"
said tlic young Amerisan, wshiose
head was fuller of base-ball titan of
salvation. Turning to the other the
benign old chsurchmsan blandly said:
"Will yon say grace, John?" George
was shocking enough, hot when
John replied: "Uncle, I shall have
to pass," the old gentleman nearly
fell frontlila chair.-Evening News.
BflTI1TESS PILEQIO-PY.
WM. ARNOLD.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Mi MAIN STREET,
S eceisi attetiion paid is repairigWace
enl .eweiry.
M. W . BLAKE,
FICTrURES, FRAMES, A NKD
ART GOODS. it0SWeet Hurts Si.
FERDON LUMBER YARD.
Msanufacturer of n el eer is
SAGINAW GANG SAWED LUM BER
Cor. Fouirtii aeilIDepeotis.
J. HALLER
46 SOUllTHMAINlsST.
Ill'y ing aiii ispecialy. _______
0. M. MARTIN,
DIALERs 17'
Cloth Caskets, Metallic
T J. A. POLHEMUS.
ALSO) 'Iii'S HACKIiANII") AO AGE INE,11.
RINSEY & SEABOLT.
Groceries, ProvisionsFlour and Feed,
JOHN WOTZKE,
a,ADSES' and GENTS' S11OE.
With (lie return of (lie Base 13ali
Seasoii, wet shall be ptepitared to fur-
nishi all thatl is liew'ind desirabsle iln
U'NIFORMS lFORt 1asf Ball, Lamv'
'Teninis, ('ticket, La Crosse, Yachting
and for all Outing uses5. Ou~r Shaker
Swveater for qualllity and diltability hias
no equal. Our line of Baise Ball Sup-
lilies, Bats, Balls, Masks, Biody Pro'
tectors, ('atchiers' 'Mitts, ELawn T'ennlis
Supplies, etc., etc., lsitnl former seas-
onls wtill tdefy' comp1etitionl, We are
julstly prouil of our large college fal-
low'ing, due asie ralre anware, to the
superior qoality of ourt goods. This
esteem we aim to strengthen fri
season to seasonl, in (lie imsprovement(
of our goods where it is possible. Cdol"
responldencee desired with managers of
all college clubs. Send for our New
Catalogue of Summer Sports and t Lo-
forms, A. & B. free to any~ address.
A. G, SPALDING & BROS.,
CHICAGO: PHILADELPHIA:
108 Madison Street. 103t2 Chestnut Street.
NEW YORK.
2dl.and 243 Broadway.

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