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Reform Club Anniversary

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To-morrow evening the fourth anniversary of the reform club will oimnuence under more favorable prospecta than any similar occurrence. The array of' speakers ought to cali together a large audience for every meeting, as we have not the least doubt they will. Last week we published a list of' those who would surely be present. It will be remembered that Gen. Sara. F. Cary is (o deliver the initiatory address, and he will be followed in succession by Hon, (!eo. W. Bain, of Kentucky; Gov. John I'. Si. Johns, of Kamas ; Rev. K. 15. l'ope, of Chicago; Rev. T. F. Hildreth, of Qtná Rapids ; while Hou. Wendell Phillips, the nation's greatest living orator, will close the meetings. Other speakers, both from abroad and of local repute, will be present. Among win mi we might mention, Rev. Win. George, of Dundee ; Lieut. Qov. Moreau S. Crosby, of' G rand Rapids ; Representative S. W. La Du, of Coral, Montcalm county ; Senator Geo. A. Farr, of Grand Haven; all of the aiOMtort of the city ; Rev. Dan. Shier, of Saline ; Rev. Dr. B. F. Cocker, Proft. B. Olney, J. B. Steere, John Taft, etc, of the university ; all the prominent physicians of the city, etc, etc. The following letter to President John Schumacher, from ex-President Haye-f, fully explains itself : Fkemomt, oiiio, Mu. John Schumachicr: Dtar Sir : Your esteome'd favor of the 17Ui Inst. ia before me, In which you Invite Mrs. Ilaye to atterul an nnuivcrsury oooaalon, next miiiith, at Aun Arbor. TliunkliiK you for ttie partlal si-in ínirnts you express, Mth. Havi's thul alie CHiniDt accept your kind ínvitiiUOB. Slucerely, li. 1!. IIAYKS. One ol' tlu most planning l'eaturos will be ttre nni Tlicrc will In; a chorus of fifty voice, and a " kinder syinphonie," a Germán production, consisting of eighteen instrumenta, which s pronounced simply immense. The musió is under the iininediate supervisión of A. W. Britton. The opera house is being not only tMtafully but gortreously trimmed with flars, evergreen, „t,., for tj,e occasion. In fact, everything is being done tuat it is posible to do to make this, the foimt. .,n:.-.ry, the very best yet held.


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