THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Safs O store! A Solid Back
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters forB1h
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general. FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
7HE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, -AT-
19 E. Washington St., one block
east of Main st. Y .
'95 LAWS! FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
95 s AWS. OF ANN ARBOR.
]HAVE YOUat Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,00. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.,
CANE ENGRAVED Transacts a general banking business.
toreiga exchanges bought and sold. Furnish
--AT-- letters of credit.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. P BnCisPres. S. A. CLARKSON, Castier.
- ~A NOVI
MAR Ti efamous Star&
t .are now made ina
G E 111 ouality supexrh. iM
1MEIOL A.7; in fine wool tL
R NEW C OLLRR *a re.Returnablei
not found at y7our
t mentioning college
MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S STAf & CRESCENT
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, 10a. sm., Gentleman beginners class.
Saturday, 41pn., Lady beginnerasaas. YOU INTERESTE
Mondayi :05 p. i-a., Ad - nced Class (Ladis' R n getee)
Tuesday.7:30 p. B., neginners (lass (Ladies
Private lessons by appointment.
SCHOOL 46 S. STATE ST. We have something new and superior in this l
RAPID PEN PACTORN
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour
Second Semest.r Buy Best Western Patent Flour
Bn Bl~td C V Mr lrA fn 9R n
MOORE & WETMORE
6 S.Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UNIVERSI I T DOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books w d other Students'supplies
Pine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
tiey oifer at tieLowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Glass and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
'EL 'Y IN
all ti t
ade r.ode o rA" t - -
if uisatisfactor If c
dtealers', send to us *
;eu'ecoigpie ILL'S CO., Philada., Pa.
D IN FOUNTAIN PENS?
ine. Drop us a postal before buying others.
Y. WASHINGTON. D. C.
x for $3.00 per Barrel.
r for $3.75 per Barrel.
ents per 1-16 Barrel.
or 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
ts for 25 cents.
lA~IN & COaIAT~
New and Secondhand for
of the University at
Sheehan & Co.'s
Bookstore, State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.
TIL MARCH 1ST
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
+ + ALL OUR f +
$6.00 and $5.50
Winter, Russria and Patent
Enamel Hand Made, Calf
Lined Shoes reduced to
- 7 S. MAIN ST.
zuy oizea torn xeal orzoce
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour fo
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for
Buy 7N Pounds Best Rolled Oa
vk-- , We have got them.
The best goods for
S LEAST MONEY
Our gymnasium suits
+c - . are madeby the
it BIERMAN WHEEL C0,
(makers of Victor
Bicycles) and are
great many are in
M SIAEBLERS CYCLE EMPORIUM
11 W Washington st.
Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN,
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of the highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
urement forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
Strawbridge & Clothier
The largest exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
All classes are under the personal strue-
tiers ec Mr. ard Mrs. nss Grager. Private
or class lessons given on any dance of merit
requested. Office at the Academy, ground
floor, 6 Maynard st.
America's Leading Bicycle.
Don't Do a Thing But Wait.
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
45 William st., Ann Arbor.
It is threnest seater made and is superior
to any tter n the market. Made fronm the
finest and softest Australian wool, hand knit,
and was used exclusively last year by nearly
all the college fuettall elevens. In white,
navy and black,
Spalding's Base Ball and Tennis Supples
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the games.
Spading's Trade Mark n what yu pur-
cbase inguarantee that the goods a re the
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
NEW YORK. PAILADELPHIA. CHIcAGO.
Wild, Wild, Wild.
STUDENTS, TAKE NOTICE !
OUR WINTER AND FALL GOODS
We Sell on Reduction.
Fancy Suitings and Trousers.
The goods must go. Please call and
2--Bast Washington tret.--2
44 South Main Street._
UNIVERSITY NOTES. Rev. 'Ir. 'Thomas W. Young will
speak at the- S. C. A. afternoon ae-
J. B. Brooks, '95 lit, is ill with La .ice Sunay er 'ourPresent
t. Rev. Mr. Chas. Rulison was a Prof. Stanley has been obliged to
visitor at the junior law lecture yes-
Judge C. J. Pailthorpe, of Petoskey
and Hon. Stratton b. Brooks. of Mt.
Pleasant, are the Democratic nominecs
Freshmen lits ace requested to re-
member the meeting of candidates for
the class track team in Room 9, main
building, at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The Socratic Union will elect officers
this afternoon in room 14. After the
business meeting there will be a gen-
eral debate en the question "Resolved,
that Gov. Altgeld uwas justlifiable in
pardoning the anarchists."
The senior lits have levied a per
capita tax of $2.50 to pay for the bust
of Pres. Angell. Tire collecting coin-
niittee are now at work and only
those responding to the tax will be
given credit in the undertaking.
Through a misunderstanding It has
been announced that Mrs. Trueblood
would read at the Alpha Nu this even-
ing. Mrs. Trueblood's elocution class
in the High School give a recital this
evening, while Miss Mabel Fraine, of
Detroit, has been secured to assist the
postpone indefinitely the meetings for
college scongs on account of extra
work in his courses. De announces
that some arrangement will be made
as soon as possible for their continu-
Wrinkle comes out today with sever-
al new features, all of which are
good. "Artemus Ward Comes to Col-
ledge," is an excellent imitation of the
style originated by Charles F. Browne.
"Our Harvard Letter" is a satire or
the weekly news letters exchanged by
the college dailies. The best of the
verse is "Spring," by Barker '98.
Frank P. Daniels contributes a short
poem, "Tire Gift of a Curl.' The
double page "As Lent Begins" Is by
Miss Dunster. The number is a bright
one throughout, filled with now jokes
and clever illustrations.
Arrangements have just been com-
pleated by the Gymnasium authorities
whereby a chart showing the physical
improvement of the six hundred best
developed men in the University, will
soon be issued-Harvard News.