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SDAY, MARCH 29, 1898. PRcE--3 CENTP.

VOL. VIII. No. 129.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUE

At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
Suitings, Trouserings,
Top,-Coats.
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN

SEC'Y ALGER REPLIES. almost none with whom he was a
quainted as students. He was a char-
The General Sends -'a Tele ra ter member of the Alpha Delta Phi
fraternity and as a student was actively
to the Students. interested in- the Phi Phi Alpha and
Alpha Nu literary societies."--Detroit
E. C. Worden, '98, received yeteday Free Press.
the following answer to the telegram
sent Saturday to President Mclizley Prof. Worcester on Spanish Col-
end Secretary Alger: onial Administration.
To the Students of the University of The exercises of the fourth annual
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.: meeting of the iichigan Academyvof

Ex.-Gov. Felch Collection.
Continuation of Prof. Davis' article
for Tucsday's Daily:
One of the questions in which the two
great political parties were divided in
the middle of the century was "Shall
the national government control the
navigable waters of the country and
improve, them?" The Whigs were on
the affirmative and their contention is
well set forth by Samuel B. Ruggles in
a speech delivered ite sFew York Octo-
ber 8, 1852, entitled "Defense of the
Right and Duty of he American Uni-
on to, Improce Its Navigable Waters."
incidentally orthis same subject is far-
ther diseused in a number of dec-
ments relating to the Wheeling bridge
rase. Tse history of the case is briefly
this: In £547 the' Wheeling and Belmont
Bridge Co began the erection of a sus-
pension bridge over the Ohio river at

The message sert by yo
your services to the govern
Allegretti's we have war, was delivere
the President, who greatly
C hocolates.... it. am sure all wish fo
peace if we can have it
Fresh every week. ( but should we unhappily
only in packages- into .war, it is graifying t
e~c a pound.gaiyn (
Lowney's if creeds,-nationality and part
prefer. will all merge into ore thou
fareeof the nation's honor
PALMERS' PHARMACY, I am hapy to know thats
Kilo rerwilling to maket
f need bo , the students of
1=11=S S .A iL S 1Epity of my state stand amon
FOR THE NEXT WEEK. those young men whe are r
Tuot received a fresh supplo of Allegretti, and c all
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
inthecity. 0. A. AL
Lunches at all hours. Secretar
R. B.JOLLY &CO. -__
308 South State Street. The Oldest Living "C
"Of excellent health ant
his occupation of fruit rai
Fresh home near Hillsboro, I.,
oish, the oldest ifring grad
p University 'of Michigan, ao
S.tr a wfit erries the only suriving member
erary class of '45, the firstc
Every day at our Fountain. aed from the state universi

u, tendering Sciences. will open with a bstercopticon
ment should lecture by Professor Dean C. Worce-
d by loe isoer on rSpanish Colonial A'iniist'a-
appreciated ion."
on continued This lecture will be held in Newberry
with honor, Hlill on Wednesday evening, Alarch1 80,
be plunged at 8 o'clock. It will be open to the' ib-
o know that lie without charge, but admission will
y afliliations be by ticket. Tickets may be rad ,poi
oght, the de- application at Zoological laboratory on
and its flag. Tuesday afternoon or Wcnesday

Strawberry crush or Staw-
berry Sunday 15c.
1Oc when berries get
cheaper.
CALKINS' PHARMACY.
NEW AND SECOND-HAN°D
Text Books!
For every department in the Uni-
versity. Law and Medical Books a
specialty. We can supply all your
needs for the Second Semester at
lowest prices.
Second-hand Books Bought, Sold
and Exchanged.
.Best Linen Writing Paper 15c and
25c per pound.
The A. A. Waterman Solid Gold Fountain

probably the only survivi]
as for several years no wor
from Geo. E. Parmelee, who
other of the five whose n
with certainty checked fro
A letter recently receive-
Fish by Mr. Jas. H. Prent
secretary of the alumni
contains some interesting
rerning the life of this hale
On graduating in the spri
felt, as he says in his letter,
tion to either of the leading
He became interested inc
eering, but found no open
field until near middle life.
sore years in teaching, and
1855-59, in Kansas. Later he
years in railroad work, a
keeps his trarsit and leve:
them still of use at timer
last twenty years his chief b
been fruit rasing.
He was present at the
.nder the Oaks," at Jack!
July 6, 1854, when the Repuo
was organized and named,
he has never been a politic
always-taken an active inte

onmong there mornirg, or at tire office rrf 110 generrl Whreeling. The state rtf Pennsylvania.
Ithe sacrifice secretary of the S. C. A. on Wednes-- on the representation of the Pittsburg
the. Univer- day. They may also be hadl at the people that it interfered with the navi-
.g the list of d-ooor Wednesday everting, but tie no- gaton of the river, brught suit to re-
early for tie her gives ort vill ie limited by lie strain the building. The documents
in relation to the case are seven i
seating capacity of the hall,
GE1, number, and they are of no inconsid-
-y of War. Dr. Wenleyls New Book. erable value in two directions, namely,
The forlowieg is extracted from a re- legal and scientific. Expert engineers
Grad." view of the advance sheets of Professor testify on a number of points, .nd es-
happy n Wesnley's new' bolok, the "Preparation pecially as to the effect on the draught
sing a is of Christianity in the Ancient World," of a furnace of increasing or dimin-
is Edmund wvritten for the "'uild Series" of tie ishing the bight ot the hiny; leorn-
ate rof the Churh tof Scotland. The bok is pub-e d counsel argue s to the law' and the
lished .t America today by 'e Fleur public good ,and the Supreme Court
nd probably.of tAemerted Satesayedyrs aeeFisio-
r of the lit- ing H. Revell Co, Newv York and Chi- of the United States renders a decision.
rage; price 75 cenrts. "Ninrerosrls The decision was for the tlai tiffs but
class gradu-
have been the attemprts to dealwitirit was not unanimous. The dissenting
it g Weon ey this trbj iopinion of Justice Taney is fo'rd w ith
ngmmbr s u ct, it has never before been ebr h te atr
d has come treated in a spirit so searching and so the other matter.
o troroughly philosophical as in this There is one pamphlet that is evi-
ane is not vork. From . literary ond toilosop- dence that the operations of railroad
ical point of view, this latest issue of corporations excited unfavorable com-
etire iroil. icIpnvoviw iisltslsoef
the"GuildLibrary"isq d ment early in their history. This is en-
d froor Mr. se "idLibrary" is ririte beyondt
d rtitled "Letters to the People of New
iss, general any od its predecessors in the series.
association it is a most valuable contribution to Jersey on the Frads, Extortlons. and
facto ron- the literature of a most imporlnt sub-- Oppressions of the Railroad Monopoly.
ol ran. ject,. The condensation or materials is By a Citizen of Burlington. Philadel-
ng of '45 he most admirably done, and the results lxla: 1848." There is reason for believ-
nus miina- are sresented wvit. the utmost clear- ing that this writer was Mr. Henry C.
professions. ness and lucidity. No one can read this Carey, of . Philadelphia. Whoever he
book n witho"t bei"g struckbythe auwas he had knowledge and ideas and
civil Cugin- tbook ovithoutobeing struckgbygtrenda-
ing in that hor's thorough grasp of all the prin- a grat command of language, and ho
e spent ciples involved and by the masterly enlarges on his theme in a remarkable
foury and convincing manner in which he way. There is a reply by the "mon-
foryears,t
sn sn presents them." opoly" assailed. It is entitled "Address
of the Delaware & Raritan Canal and
rnd '-ie still , Ann Arbor is to be favored trirsweek Camden & Amden Railroad Company
I and finds with several important meetings of the
s men and women who are engaged in to the People of New Jersey, June,
S rFcr the educational work. The Michigan Acad- 1848." As a defense the address 15 not
'usritos bhaerny of Science and the Schoolmasters' very strong, and one gets the impres-
Club will come together for their an- simn that the respondents have beer
'Convention nual sessions, and, in addition, a cas-
son, sieb., sdical conference will be held. Those cowed by the fierceness of the arraign-
in attendance should be given a royal cent.
shears party
iadpartywelcome, arid students will find it prof- Among the very few pamphlets of a
and while itable og otevrosmeig
w be to go is the various meetings later date is a Republican document
ian he heas that willh be held before the orgaiiiza-
-rest , for the presidential campaign of 1872-
p-ajthe Grant and Greeley campaign. The
The Annual Meeting for the elec- title is "The Greeley Record Showing
of age. Me tion of next'year's Daily Board will the Opinions and Sentiments of Horace
npus at the beheld InRoom C, University hall. Greeley on all the topics on which he
e- he ,tells on Saturday, April 2, at 1.30 p,. - has. ever expressed himself."' For a
in meeting Only paid-up nubsoilbers can vote. (Continued on second page).

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