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March 18, 1895 - Image 4

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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Schaller's Bookstore!
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
M ARTIN SCHALLER,
iHE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
.19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
'95 LAWS!
HAVE YOUR
DANE ENGRAVED
---A-kr-
'WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
SCIENTIFIC! SUPERB!
TRIBUNE
IBICYCES
. LEAD.
Seethe Tribune Cycloidal Sproket.
M. E. NEWTON, AGENT, 7 VOLLAND ST
1RS. ANNIE WARD FOSTER'S
School of Dancing and Delsarte.
Saturday. 10a.m.,Gentlemanbeginnersclass.
-Saturday, P. m.,Lady beginners class.
MKonda 47:3 p. rya., Advanced Class (Ladles'
an Ientlemen).
'Tesday 7:30p .Beginners Class (Ladies
and {gentlemnen).
Private eonaby appointment.
SCHOGOL 46 S. S'rA'T ST.
iii ~ # tiO rrn CATERER,
20 E. Washing-
Sten aR~ o t..
Second Semester
TEXT BOOKS
New and Secondhand for
All Departments
of the University at
Sheelan & Co.'s
Bookstore, State St.
BEST NOTE BOOKS
in the city for 25c.

f GRIP
REMEDIES!
ALL KINDS
-AT-
E. A. Mummery' S
NEW DRUG STORE,
COR. WASHINGTON ST. AND FOURTH AVE.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF ANN ARBOR.
Organized 1863.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, $40,000.
Transacts a general banking business.
Foreign exchanges bought andsold. Furnish
letters of credit.
P. BACH Pres. S. W. CLARKSON, Cashier.

MOORE & WETMORE GYM SUITS.

6 S. Main st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
IJNIV[BSITYTXT BOOKS
New and Second Hand.
Note Books and other Students' Supplies
Fine Stationery, Sporting Goods, etc., which
they offer at the Lowest Prices.
Call and see us before purchasing.
4N M3T ARBOR
STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
High Gloss and Domestic Finish.
E. S. SERVISS, Manager,
,3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.

We have got them.
The best goods for
the
LEAST MONEY.
Our gymnasium suits
are made by the
rERMAN WHEEL CO
(makers of Victor
ti Bicycles) and are
fullyguaranteed. A
great many are in
use.
EXAMINE THEM.
-AT-
M, SIAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
11 W Washington ft.

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HOW TO ECONOMIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75' per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7% Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
I.ELA-;a & OOM2/.ECPA. YT .I

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4'f isoum Main btreet.

Prof. Knowlton's Lecture.
At the University Bibe class yester-
day Prof. J. C. Knowlton lectured on-
"The Jurisprudence of the Jews in the
Times of Christ." 'The lecture was
intended as an introducitory to the lee-
ture on "The' Trial of Christ" which
will be given next Sunday.
Prof. Knowlton began with a de-
scription of the Jewish courts of the
period. The village, town and provin-
cial courts were so great and exten-
sive in number that justice was laid at
every man's door. Then above all
these courts as a court of appeal as
well as of more extended authority
was the great Sanliedrim.
Modes of punishmeit were many
and varied from flagellation, the light-
est and least disgraceful, to crucifixion
-the heaviest and most ignominious.
Great care was exercised in criminal
trials to secure the rights of the ac-
cised. Nowhere in the history of the
judiciary have there been such careful
and studied attempts to protect hu-
iiian liberty.
NOTICES.
TO REPUBLICANS.
The U. of M. Republican club will
meet for the election of officers on
Tuesday evening, March 19tth, 7:30
o'clock, in the law lecture room. Those
desiring to become members will
please sign the constitution now at
the law librarian's desk. Registeri~-
fore you vote. Let every Republican
in theUniversity tor out.
H. ?I. 1MMERMAN, Pres.
M. P. S. ASSOCIATION.
I will meet students wishing to join
the Michigan Political Science asso-
ciation, in the small room off the east
seminary room of the library any
afternoon except Saturday between 3
and 4 o'clock. The membership fee
Is $1, which entitles to the three num-
bers of the publications already is-
sued. C. H. COOLEY, Treaa
Thera will be a meeting of the ex-
ecutive board of the Orator cal associ-
ation Fr'iday, March 22, in Room 24,

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Tues., March 19.-Benefit phono-
graph concert at Presbyterian church.
Thurs. and Fri., March 21-22.-Leg-
islature visits the University.
Sat., March 23.-U. of l. Graduate
club will meet with Dr. Vaughan, 15
S. State St.
Sun., March 24.-Prof. J. C. Knowl-
ton before the University Bible cla-s
of the Methodist church on "The Trial
of Christ," 12 o'clock.
Sun., M'arch 24.-Sherwood Eddy,
secretary of the Student Volunteers,
before the S. C. A.
Mon., March 25.-M. Eugene Ysaye,
violinist, before the University Musical
society at University hall.
Tues., March 2G.-Annual election of
Choral Union officers.
Wed., March 27.-Annual S. C. A.
election.
Wed., March 27.-Miss Octavii Wil-
liams Bates before the Webster hall at
7:30 p. io. on "Darwin."
Wed. and Thurs., March 27-28.-
Classical conference under auspices of
Michigan Schoolmaster's club.
Fri., March 29.-Varsity indoor lu-eet
in Gymnasium.
Fri., March 29.-Junior lit social in
Granger's academy.
Fri. and Sat., March 29.30.-,Meeting
of Michigan Schoolmasters' club. .
. Fri., April 5.---Loan exhibit of old
blue ware at the home of Mrs. James
B. Angell, for the benefit of the Fruit
and Flower mission.
Sat., April .--Meeting of U. of AI.
Independent association at law lecture
room for election of Daily editors.
Thurs., April 11.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Fri., April 12.-Spring vacation be-
gins.
Mon., April 22.-Spring vacation
closes. Exercises resumed in all de-
partments.
Fri., April 26.-Intercollegiate debate
between Northwesterii and Michigan
at Chicago.
Thurs., lay 9.-FJ 1 at
Frieze Memorial hall
Thurs., June 6.-F1 at
Frieze Minorial ball
The Daily will . gyred
at your room t: of

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
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,
NO. 6 MAYNARD STREET.
KEN WOOD
BICYCILES
"Swift, Strong and Beautiful."
Kenwood's received the Highest World's Fair
Award as Light Roadsters.
Salesroom-42 State at.
APMADOC & MANCHESTER.
SANGER,
TITUS AND
CABANNE
America's Greatest Riders have
selected as their Mount for '51
Yes, and there are others. This will
be-a Spalding year.
A1N7ltted with Palmer Tirns.
EBERBAP 0'ROWARE CO.
THE LE TAILOR
and Impor ┬░eceived the
largest and ect stock of
IMPORTED AN SIC WOOLENS
for Spring an or of 195 in
the city, and - )e pleased
to have you 'examine
thsa .

WATCH
FOR
OUR
SPRING
STYLES
FINE
SHOES.
NATTY
NOVE :TIES.

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