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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

SchII~ Hnksoe! ASolid Back
__________All Bristle
Formerly wit~h George Wahr, 19
19. Washington st Headquarters for a r , us
everything a Student needs in the I l i r s
line of Test-Rooks, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
MARTIN ~FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
IHIE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, -AT-
10 Ht. Wa-shington st., one block M M E Y S
at of main at.
'9 5 X LAWS ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
HAVE YOUR Organized 18653.
Y Capital.,510,iiO.Sarplus and Profits, 54..
CANE {ENGRAVED maats aSageneral Ibastingbuies
Forein - esha~nges bought and sold. Furaish
-AT---ttesof reit.
5W.ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. P.i5ACII lPres. S.W. CLARKSON, (ashier.
75e have something newandisaperior in thisi1
rfRADE_ RAPID PENI FACTOR-S
0 Em N A Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour
Buyr Beat Western Patent Flour
)i A NEfV' CLINK CUFF Buy Bolted Corn Mfeal for 23 ce
v. Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour fc
A Buy Bix Pounds of Crackers for
MRS, ANNhIE WARD FOSTER'S Buy r7 , Pounds Best Rolled Os,
MScho of Dancing and Delsarte. 44SuhMi tet E

MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of Will ian st., have a
complete stock of
UNIV[RSITY T1[U BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note R)ooks a' d other Students' Supplies
Pine Stationery, Spurting Goods, etc , which
they offer at the Losest Prices.
Call and.see us before purchasing.
9.NNT2W AJEIBOE
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High (Gioss and SDomestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
123 SOUlI H FOURTH AVENUE.

GYM SUITS.
* We have got them.
The lest goods for
LEAST MONEY#
' Our gymnnasiu suits
- . are made by the
IY OEIMAK WHEEL II
rr (makers of Victor
/ i315ic 05e) and are
rullyguarantred. A
great many are in
_ EXAMINE THEM.
-AT-
M, SIAEBLEB'S CYCL[ EMPORIUM,
-11 WV Washington st.

- I

ID I~ FOUNTrAIN PENS?
lne. Dirop us a postal beioehuying others.
Y.WASHINGTON. D. 0.

-CONOMIIZiE-
Lfor $3.00 per Barrel.
r for $3.75 per Barrel.
rnts per 1-16 Barrel.
ir 31 cents per 1-10 per Barrel.
r215 cents.
its for 25 cents.
LAN 8z& OJMPANTYT

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Saturday. i0 a, m. Gentleman beginnersclans

'aturdaj; 4.. as[.,'Iady gisle. cians.M .
Mtondadw. 7:3 p. m., Advanced Clas Ladies'
Tuesday, 7:30 p.mi., Beginners ClasiLadies
and Gestlessen).
Private lemsons by appoiatment.
8OHOOL. 46 S. STATE ST.
HAOTERFERI REubug
Second Semester
TEXT- BOOKS~
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
Shieelian & Co.'s
Bookstore. State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
inotlie city for 25c.
VIIULU~SALE.
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
+ + A.LL aOUR 4.a+
$6.00 and $5.50
Winter, Russia and Patent
Enamel Handl Made, Calf
Lined Shoes reduced to
V17 IS.MA IX 8r

UNIVERSITY NOTES.
:Miss Winifredl tratt, specil lit., is
iii wilhlasgiilie(.
P'rof. ('arhart is spesidinig tihis stock
ill Deinver and ChIicago.
Rtoy F. Halt, '95 law, is eiiitleyet
in the post office at Tuscola, 1ll.
TIhieAidelpihi progi'am that wits post-
poneiltwoiweveks ago ssiltlie givien
i Adelplhisll sexi. Saturidaytiighit.
Prof. ('arliart is to d: livekr bis at-
dress at rthi' iediestions of Hlcsscien-
tilit buildling, University of('elorado,
on Mtarch ,3.
Alt posus u-li have been aceptted
is msenibers of Alpiha \u are reqsiesteii
io ho present at the next moeetinig to
sign tle, consstittitioni.
Prof. Slaisley says thast vesper nor-
vic'is will begin niext. Tuesday if the
work now beinsg done on the nesv
stairwasys is comptleted.
"Knowing God" is to be the subject
of the alddress by Rev. Mr. Gelston, of
thre Presyterian chusrecs, at Neuberry
ball, Sunday afternoons next.
The mnembershitp of thle University
School of Music now numbers fromi
1530 1o 175, whicls is an advance over
lnst year's resigtisation of about 30.
Trhe junior dentn are experiecinitg
their frst thesis writing upon various
deutal subjects assigned bsy Dean Tail
from his lectures on "Operative PrIis-
eiples:,
The awards of the Castalian prires
have been made, hut the public an-1
nouincelnent will not be given out un-
til the book Is Issued. noon after the
spring vacation.
A. BrandI, the distinguished profes-
sor of English Pilology ill the Univer-
sity of Strassburg, is using in his
seminary the questions on the "Psy-
chology of English Usage"' prepared
bsy l~o colt,

Prof. Willett. of Chicago University.
was unaiile to mieet. his Bible classes
at Newbvterry hasll, Satueday, on ac-
icourt of illacss.
It is epicethttislht'senlior class in
eletrical etngilieeirig awill inspet the
Wtlestinigihouse plant ill Pittsbusrg, P'a.,
duiring thie spsriiig vacation.
Dr. Washingtoni tisirtiter, secretary
cit stists. swill lecisire on "Bible Stitdy,"
at 5 o'clock iornight at ihe -Methodist
church. Admiissiona will be free.
DI'. Haidle will have (sill charge oi
thie frishiman dlenits in their course on
crown arid bridge woerk. Dr. Htoff
having turried the wiork of dernonstra-
tioni in itiat cosirse over 1toIhim. Work
wvill biegin biefore ths Apiril vacation.
Prof. C. ii. Doolittle, of Lehigh t'ni-
versity,.ia graduate of T'. of AI., class
'74, has been appointed to the p~rofes-
Roreship of Astronormy at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania. Hle is well
known here, having graduated in the
same class as Prof. Thsomnas and Pres,
Ilenty Wade Rtogers, of Northwvestern.
Webster Society,
Theo following program is given out
for tonight's meeting of the Webster
society: Music, selected; reading. Mir.
M. L. Clawonl; essay,. Mr. Elbert
Blakeley; orahion, Str. D. A. Edwvards;
impromptu, at president's option;, mu-
sic, selected; debate, "Rtesolved, that
the annexation of Canada. ouold not
}be for the benefit of tile United
States;" aff., -Mensrs. 31I. L. Sullivan
and E. SI. Shselby; neg., Mteisrs. H.
G. Rteep and Goss; impromuptu, at pres-
Idewj's olotioa; informal disousaslon,
alid critic's report.
GEItIIAN D.
There will be but one section In
.German, Course D. It meoets WYeenes-
d cay and Friday at S.
T. DICICtIOFF.

Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Csps
and Gowns of the highest duaiity
to Universities, Colleges anid Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self mess-
urementtfoemis, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secnre per-
fectly fitting garments without
visiting the store, will be forwarded
upon request.
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
prices.
Strawbridge & Clothier
PHILADELPHIA.
The largest excltisively Dry Goods
House in America
GRANGEBR'S
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
All classes are under the personal inntruc-
lion of Mr. and Mreu. Poss Granger. Private
or class lessons given on any dance ef merit
requested. Office at the Academy, ground
floor. 5 Maynard St.
DO YOU RIIDE?
See the New '95 Models.
They are Readers.
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
45 William St. Ann Arbor.
SPALDING'S
INTERCOLLEGIATE
SWEATER.
It is the nie sweater made and is nuperior
to any other on the market. Made from the
finest and softest Australian wool, hand knit.
and was used eaclusively last year by nearly
all the college football elevens. Iu white,
navy and hiack.
PLR yIE.1B"$7.0 10.
Spalding's Bane Ball and Tennis Supplies
are recognized leaders. Everything requisite
for the aes.
Spaiding's Trade Mark on what you poe-
chse is a guarantee that the goods are the
host.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Suw YORK. PAnLAnsELPuA. CHIsCAGO.
G. H. 'WID.P
THE LEADING, TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largest and most (select stock of
IMPORTED AND' DOMESTIC WOOLENS
for Spring and Summer of '95 in
the city, and would be pleased
to have you call and examine
the same.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
2 E. Washington st., near Main.

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