THE U. OF M. DILY.
SchaiIers BIstr! A Solid Back
' rtnerly witli George WVahr, 19
-1. Washington st. Headquarters for s
eyhna Student needs in the H air B rushn fTxtBos tainr n
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
I~ARIN CHALER, FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
H~1E DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, --AT-
N H. Washingtonast one block lMiU liMviE RY' S.
''1950s LAWS !S FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
HOAVE YOUR Oegasnized 1863.
Capital, $100,0. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
VANE i~ENGRAVEDJ Transaetos.a generlbakngbsies
toreit, exchangeslbought and sold. Furnikh
-AT - letters of cdit.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. P. BACHI Pres.S S. (1 CLARKSON, Cashier.
iARE YOU T FIETR
MARKWe have somecthing new andi superior in this li
MARKRAPID PEN FACTORY
r 10HW -TO ]B
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour
Buy Best Western Patent Flour
T H W jCLL I Buy-Bolted Corn Nileal for 23 ce
______________ t Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour fc
QRS.ANNI WAR FOSERS Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for
U RS ANIE ARD OSTR'S Buy 7i% Pounds Best Rolled Osi
School of Dancing and Delsarte. 4 ot ai tet DE]
Saturday, 1i a. m., Gentlemsasbeginsnerseclass. 4 ot ai tet
Saturday, 4 p. m., Lady beginners class.I
Konday, 7:3(? p. ea., Advanced Class (Ladies' UNIVERSITY NOTES.
and lGestlemen). ___
Tuesday. 7:130 p. a., Bieginsers Clas Ladles
aand estlemen).G.W nsnaihaslfte
1 rivate lessono by appointment. C .S-sllaio islf ii
5014001t.. 46 S. STATE ST. Universilit to ing~age ini lonkioig at1
iin nrn CATERER, Chego
NANUSIEhRflR 20 E. W ashing. Secretoiry tuceks, of the 17. ofitH.
Silver tctub, reports 5a ieiiiliersliiii of
",ooud Semester over 150.
Ne n o;ondhand for
of the University at
olieelian & Co.'s
Bookstore, State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the citTyIfor 25c.
Tihe se-nisir lasoare to leiizzsiedi
in 1oo0_1.3 uext weei'k on tht' rEiain-
log lecturies ill Wills.
Htlrry l..tHodgmasn, ste-ialelns.in-
e-i, is working unidi'r lt'e government'i
engino'ers at tse 'Soo.'
C. TI. Johnson. 'l):) lit, has recently
secured sevei'al good phlotographiic
views ii hit'gynisnasiunii.
Prof. H. C. Adaiss is in Washingtoii,
D. C., lecturiiig before the school of
apipli'ed ethics at Colonmbian Univer-
(On account. of the installatioii of
officers the Adelphii will hold a meet-
log withi closed doors next Saturday
Rev. Dr. Cohern, will pireachi next
Sunday morning at the Methioidist
church on "The Greatost Mali in An-
C. R. Elwood, '94 medic, now on
the staff of physicians at the Poiitiac
isisaiie asylum, is visiting for a few
days at the Nu Sigima No house.
J1. A. Leltoy, '9t6 lit, of the Daily
staff, has been' lpplointed editor of
Western college athiletics for the
American U niversity Magazine.
Mr. Joseph Bertrain,196 law, who
has been sick for two weeks past, left
yesterday for his home. at Hloughton,
Msichigan. ie will not return this
'97 TRACK MEN.
Ninety-seven track men are request'
ed to hand their names to It. C. Hou r-
land at once; they shoulil also report
at the gymnasium and train with the
candidates for the 'varsity. team..
MOORE & WETMORE
0 S. DMain s., and State s., cor-
ier of William s., have a
complete stock of
UNIVERSIIY T[ST OtKS
Now and Second Hand.
Nesnoots a d other Students' Spplies
ine Staionery. Sporting Goods, etc , which
they offer at the Lowet Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Hig Glassi and 1umtcinish10.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 StOUTHO FOURTH AVENUE.
D IN FOUNTAIN PENS?
se. Drep sapstal before byin othes.
1', WASHINGTON D. 0.
rfor $3.00 per Barrel.
.for $3.75 per Barrel.
ants per 1-16 Barrel.
r 31 cents per 116 per Barrel.
ts for 25 cents.
JAN 8z&COMPFEAN TY.
The Ship of State.
''ShittfStit'''will hlit tih10Grantl
ioiera ltthoi'tonModsay Inigt, March
11. It is a0ratililc novlttiy, 11111is ani
with Englanii. A spcillifeaitu of i
01100tteiultedin llPerry's itlll. Te-
fist ait sows til ec1111oflltie lritihi
shipil"Queen iCarlott." Act II''prs- t
cents 111n oll mill oi ths lililiee rivi',
andt lt'heepartret'of troopsl'or tilt
froit. At III iliows tliii lll il win-
ter, anti cotinl~s a thrillig incident
of rescue. '1he. fortl lcd is a granl
naval balttie wichllis 011'of 1111' illti
scenic llroductions olilt. Aleielial
This iproucltion il vlbe hi' li net
that will app~er in Anl Arbor tis
season antd 110olneashold miss the
opportunity of seeing i.
Watch for tie general advertieent
in tomnorow's Daly.
A corse in bookkeeinlg anddsuer-t
catile incorporaion acontis is to ea
iistituted in the Yale law shiol.
Ladies aiid gentlemie, nos's your
tine to buy firt class jewelry at less
thlan cost. My stay iii your city hasa
taught youm lht my goods are seondf
to noiie. I shahle ave for (erany ine
ten days and shall sell my entire stockt
ty auction to the highest bider.
Ladies invited froni10 1o 12 and 2 is'
4 p. i. Gentlenel fromt 7 to 10 p. t.
Opera House Block.
We want 1o buy stamp collections
and will pay cash for the same on
r "-rice asked is satisfactory.'
t, ,t should be sent by regis.
I ) r express with leter nam-
' . nder separate cover. We
for approval sheets to re-
-J. LAWRENCE & CO.,,7
The got them.
... h , , The estgoods for
l " LEAST MONEY.
Our gymnasum sits
OV-, ERMAN WHEEL CO
Bicycles 01111 are
fully gosanteedl. A
gcot may a-c is
M, STAEBLERS CYCLE EMPOIUM
11 W Washington st.
Caps and<c Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowvns of the highest quality
io 'Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self meas-
uremnent forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure per-
fectly fitting garments without
visitinlg the store, will be forwsarded
RIBBONS IN ALL COLLEGE COLORS
different widths, at moderate
Strawbridge & Clothier
Thie largest exclusively Dry Goods
house in America
SCHOOL OF DANCING.
All classes are under the personal istruc-
tion f idr. and Mrs. Rss Granger. Private
or class lessons gives on any dalces of merit
requested. Office at the Academy, grond
flour, 06IMaynard t.
DO YOU RIDE?
March, Relay 0BICYCLES
and Kenwood 1IU
W. T. APMADOC, W. C. MANCHESTER,
41 William t. Ann Arbor.
It ihse let sweater made and in superior
to any other on the maret. Made from the
fiest and softest Australian wool, hand hat,
and was used exclusively last year by nearly
all the college football elevens. In white,
navy and black.
Spalding's Bass al and Tennis S'pple
are recognied leaders. Everything requisite
for tile games.
bspadig' Trade Mrk n what ye. pur-
chse is a guarantee that the goods are the
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
NEw YOK. P4,ILDonoRnA. CICAO.
G. H. WMILD
THE LE"' TAILOR
and Impor iived the
largest and it stock of
IMPORTED ANI C WOOLENS
for Spring a r of 196 in
the city, an e pleased
to have yo examine
Full Dress S pecialty.
2 E. Washli ' ar Main.