Short adveitlsemeiits not to exceed three . uu's. ,11 i,.isi i Found, Houses for Saleor Kent, Wants, etc, lnserted tlirec weeks for !Ï5 cents. Situallons wantod, free. IJOR SAI.K- A newmllch row. Ciill at No. 1 Willard St., one block soutlt froin southeiist coruer University grounds. H AVINO reducid my stook of Bees, I have a few empt.y Hlves, Fixlure.iaiul (Jombs for sale cheap, at No. ;íu North State street. May 23, 1884. N. A. PKUUDKN. 'I1.VR WAIKS-Made or repaired by J. P. J. JUDSON, Kast University Avenue. Post liox 1IS7. FOR KKNT- Second story of my building', No. 27 South Main street, lately oceupieiï by Mrs. Leonard as a restaurant. Also, No. 7 liowery street, Drlck Iiouse recen t ly occuiiiwi by the Beta Tlieta Pi. fraternlty. 1200-120;i AMHKUSE KEARNEY. 1ANTED- To engage- Flfty or more pertV sons lor plcking fruit; to eommeuce H. DA.Y, Washtenaw avenue. FOR PRESIDENT: JAMES G. BLAINE, of Maine. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois.