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March 16, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M.2 AILY:

SchaIIers. Bookstore! GRIP
Formnerly with George Wahr, 19 REMNEDI ES
E. W ashington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the AL L KINDS
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
M illaneous Stock in general. --AT-
XARTIN SCH3ALLER, E. A. Mnmr'
THE- DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER, NEW DRUG STORE,
19 e.Iast oft Main astoe.blc COB. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVi
9'95 P- 9L AWSAT ! FIRST NATIONAL BAN1I
HeAVE Y'OU Organized 1363
sapitsa l 10,0. upsaii nad Profits, $40,C
CA EENGRAVED Tanssoct. a geneal banksing busine
Foral,,,exchanges bought andoid. Prno
--AT- letters af credit.
'WXI. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler. P. IOACII Pres. 0.W.1LARKSoON, toshle
' ... ,. Buy Den & Co.'s Family Fl(
Buy Best Western Patent Flo
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour
nzcIAs~wBuy Six Pounds of Crackers]f
Buy 734 Pounds Best RolledI
'6)c/l 44 South Main Street.

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DK.
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MOORE & WETMORE
6 S. AMain st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
VNIY[BSiT1TIXJ BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
NetseIBooks and attir Studests' Stapplies
jIse Stationery, Sporting Goeds, etc , whi
they otter at the L~owest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
AgINTN T 50050©R
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Hi1gh Gloss and Domsestis Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
23 SOUTII FOURTH AVENUE.

0 We hove got the's
Tihe best goods for
LEAST MONEY,
- Oar gymasium salts
- - ,. are made by tloe
OVERMAN YWHE[L IC
,r t(mahers of Victor
bileycles) and ore
toutty,guarant sit. A
- EXAMINE THEM,
-AT-
M, STARDER'S CYCLE [MPORIUM,
11 W Washingtotn 4t.

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E"(ON0OIVIZE;.
lur for $3.00 per Barrel.
our for $3.75 per Barrel.
;cents per 1-16 Barrel.
rfor 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
for 25 cents.
Oats for 25 cents.

MRS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday, ie a. mesGentleman beginnersnclass.
8atarday, n, Lady beginners class.
DMonaday, 7:30 p. in., Advanced Ciass (Ladies'
and Centlemen).
Tuesday, 7:00p. m., Begnners Class (Ladles
and Centlemoen).
Private lessons by appintmsent.
SCHOOL 46 S. STrATE ST.
III ifl'Trrrn CATERER,
551111 1111 RU1 itn St.
Second Semester
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
Shieelian & Co.'s
Bookstore, State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.

UNIVERSITY NOTES. I Thii suminei'dittes lhoselndt: ar-
s. rlald illentrtan apaarlngeiiients for a, 0s5(11 (vent at
arners college girls tubi fternooio a her ngr' oii (lievening of April .
lou e 5' h~w ~Tile '9)7 denits are donig tlit trot~
Toniorrowv eveningies. P. 7M. Gel- ssier platiessork e'srassigrned in ii h'
stop will ilis~vet qutestiomns abot thi-eeartment linilthe fresiimainiyear1.
spirlitaliiody 'andiltile linigdoli of uder tih: directio11n of D~r. Illidle.
satan. Sophomore Party Last Night.
The reglar ineini~g of the'Younug
htenos giberalGld swill b1: hldto-' . Last ieveniigliihesociail spirit- ofliii
nighlt Ili the parlors of t'etUnitainlass0 of '17eiipgagedIliit(le. joys; of
church.ttoiricort' whicliho so ly o btini".
Tho:seioiir ilass ssill hold a. no:eting Graniger's hallssas well hiled Wiili
relatise. toOtleir(51105 and gowssli tie sophiiilo~iories iindialairg'eitnuimb'eri-the-
chaptel, 'Tuesdaly, iinmediately afteir sentilig thoioteore clooses. Tlt ilitbtji'
vserc service. fuirniostdwasof aIli;gilorner', lit
Tile sophlomoire piarty swhicli 55a15tisto ciapOthe ecilimax anti 11ke(1t110eveni-
have bee'n given Marco 29lhis loen il;oo ne1 of still greater clilleln. lthee
chiangi-d 0 to Mrcho27 01n aceount ofgU. of 1M. DBanjo ednb, ofterfiiieoitiig
tho' indoor mieet. thoeir eiigiogi'ei at the oratoriealot sno-
Res. tC. t.('otoernsleetoire oi "I Itest, canie to the scene.ol'aidt rendler-fad
load my07 lifi' to usve osver.'"ssill bxsleliv- sesveal wa~ltze's oonotwvo slips. It was
ereed tomoorrows'ev5einig. ('CrdpIIlaing, ainexper-imen'it, danhcinig iy string
theater going. danocing, athltics011- nousie, boot its successos 510ilos-isI by
ties, m~~oey'getting, anoolchoice of pro- (lietounsillingno'ss of to' colipany to
fession wsill be touichoed upon. again 0t01e nil sitho(t'e110d1110anod boss.
"ToheIprogram for Iroof. Dciooon'o The progriotm consist ol of tsveiiiy tiill-
Sh~akeepeare seminary course next bees, beidoes sesveral two steps. At
sweek is as follosvs: Subject, "As a seasonable hour thoc happ~y throng
You Like It." Moniday 2 to 4, Miss disper-sed, bidding thoe chaperon('s,
F~oley; Tuesday 9) to 11, MistRobin- Mesdaiom Green andolD'Ooge, good-
sono; Wednesday 10 to 12, Mr. Simuons; alight anod toaniking ('. 0. Cook and
Priday 10 to 12, Miss Ives. Missi's Selnoi aiid Ferry Ohe commioit-
The Adclploi program (loins'vo'nihig te'e, for their enterprise Ino perfecting
is as follows: Pianio solo.,Ste. Olosn;i tho arranogemuents.
recitation, Mm'. Levy; debate, "Ite Fraternities In the H-igh School.
.ols'ed 'that the president should hold
office for one term of six yearo," aff., Tebado dcto a ao
a decided stand against fraternities
Messrs. Whier and Lobaon; geegal in the htighi School and a rule to this
Messs. hiten nd ~amnt;genraleffect has beenio pted as followa:
disecission, impromptu speech; vocal
soloMr. Tomas."Attendance of studenits upon meet-
Prof 0.A. cioana s'il bgin logs of fraternities or secret societies
courseol of lectures on memnory at NVesiScol and all active coni-
berry hall Tuesday evening, Mar cub1 such oiganizations is
19. The first lecture will be free and any studentabo epie-
order that the student body can b hatnac rcuetoi
come acquainted with the natuare y fe oiet es h
the ours. Prf..Schrm coes vei(eels himself thereby to sue-
the~ofetu couse.dro.lomraatcmesve
highly recommended from Toledfretr f ilmso
wh ere he has been lecturing for t. i, or both."
pastefive weeks.i at tihe Daily office. if.,

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Caps and Gowns
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
We are prepared to furnish Caps
and Gowns of tile highest quality
to Universities, Colleges and Schools
throughout the United States, at
surprisingly low prices. Self mes-
urement forms, containing all nec-
essary instructions to secure 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 exclusively Dry Goods
House in America
PEACOCK STRIDE"
+ +AND+ +
WALTZ-OXFORD
music and description of dance can
be procured at
GRANGER'S ACADEMY OF DANCING,
NSO. 5Q 1MAYNARD) STREEOT.
KIEN WOOID
ELCYCLIB1s
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."'
Kenowood's received thteftilieot vorld's Fair
Award as Ligiot Roadsters.
Salesroom--42 State st.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGER.
TITUS ANID
C.ABANNE
Aeserica's Createst Riders have
selected as thceir Mount feer196,
Yes, and there are others. This will
be a Spalding year.
AWTitted with Palmer Tires.
EBERBAC-H HARDWARE CO.
G. H. 1A TITLD,
THE LE± TAILOR
and Impor .eived the
largest and .t stock of
IMPORTED ANC WOOLENS
for Spring a ' of '95 in
the city,. an j pleased
to have yot examine
the same.
Full Dress 1 pecialty.
2 E. Washin1 , %r Main.

WATCH
3FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVELTIES.
GOODSPEED'S

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