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PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Tom Newland left for his home
n Charlotte on Friday. ' '
Mr. E. B. Englehard, 79, died
n Raleig"h on last Sunday.
Geo.. Stephens returned from a
Irip to Asheville Saturday.
T. Ross Robertson left for his
lionie in Charlotte last Friday.
Everybody went skating- Satur
day, "and the next day it snowed;"'
Miss Louise Manning- is visiting
lT:.. T i nfo TQT7iif i i-i Wu di I ti erf nn
If ou havn't paid up your, sub
scription, please do so we are
needing the money.
I We are glad to see "Put" Gra
Qiam and "Pat" Harty out again
i.ffot- a fpv Ha.vs illness.
Sitltvi Km ' J
Ed, Landis has returned to his
heme in Oxford:- He' willtake th,
Summer course in Law.
For cameras, kodaks, kodets and
'photographic ' supplies, see Weil
The Historical Society will meet
in the History lecture room next
Among those mentioned to suc
ceed Judge Winston the most prom
inent are Mr. A. W. Graham,
i A. B. '68, of Oxford, and Maj. J.
W. Graham, A. B. '57.
The Shakspere Club will hold its
monthly meeting in the Chapel next
Thursday night. Everybody ' in
! Anyone wishing to get all the
ibase ball news this Spring can do
so by subscribing to the Tar HEEL.
Unly DU cent irom now uu j unc.
Albert Rosenthal '90, spent a
If ew days on the Hill last ' week.
He took C. E. at Columbia in '92,
and is now located in New York.
Hon. R. W. Winston who has re
signed the Judgeship of the Su
perior Court, is an A. B. of the class
'of 79, and a brother of President
jWinston. He will locate at Dur
ham aud become a member of the
law firm of Fuller and Fuller.
Postmaster Kirkland has for
Iwarded to the postoffice department
!at Washington plans for enlarging
land improving the village office.
e.hoA lw all the.
jstudents that these be aecepted. for
the present office.is an inconvenience
and a nuisance
Our New Attorneys, v. t
Before the Supreme Court of
fNorth Carolina a few days ago the
ollowing University men were exr
imbed and granted license to prac-
ice law: W. J. McSorley, of the
94 Law class; J. N. Pruden, ex '95;
fT. D. Brvson, ex '95; R. E. L.
jWatkins, C. D. Bennett, Thos. H.
ong, A. H. White, Guthie, ex '94,
R. 86. of the '95
. 7 j j
aw class; and E. S. Battle, ex '93.
f these all except the last named
ook Dr. Manning's course.
I am glad to give the editor of the
Tar HEEL- the following informa
tion. The General Athletic Asso
ciation includes two departments
only foot ball and base ball. It
seems to be attending fairly well to
its duties along- these lines at least
the captains and managers have
worked hard. The Tennis Associa
tion is a separate organization and
will doubtless respond pleasantly if
Every effort has been made to in
terest the, students in gymnasium
work. It is apparently the most
unpleasant duty they have to per
form and the one most shirked. The
Athletic Committee will allow no
Field day or Track contests.. unless
the men entering for them train at
least two months. Last year and
the year before Track Captains
were appointed without result. The
student body must take this matter
in hand for the future. .
As to the committee on, athletics,
you are correct as to its composition
but entirely wrong as to its turning
out teams, etc. . It makes no effort
to turn out teams. That lies quite
beyond its province. It is not a
creature of the General Athletic
Association but of the University.
It has control of all athletic contests
at the University or away from it
so far as the advisability . of their
taking" place, date, etc. , are concern
ed. The Athletic Association has
also requested it to supervise the ac
counts of its managers and treasur
ers. Beyond this, its functions are
advisory. It is always willing to
help in any possible way but de
clines respectfully the responsibili
ty of turning out teams or of supply
ing enthusiasm and push for the
One of Com. on Athletics.
Spalding's - Athletic - Goods.
Southern Branch House,
N. C. Long, Manager.
A full 1itip nf Rase Balls. Bats. Mitts.
Masks, Gloves, Shoes, Tennis Rackets, Nets,
Balls, Shoes, Caps, Belts, Jerseys, Sweaters,
Tliif V Trnwscrs. etc.
Special rates on Base Ball Uniforms to
Spaldinar'8 celebrated Spring Shoes only
Write for catalogue prices and priceo.
N. C. LONG.
WE CAN SAVE YOU
TIME AND MONEY
ON ALL YOUR SUPPLIES.
27 South Building.
Orricc WORLD FAIN
Sept. i;. 1893
Durham, N. C
We have Smoked up
all the Tobacco at the World's
Fair, and have unanimously
awarded the Gold Medal
for Smoking Tobacco to
Congratulating you on your success,
we remain Yours truly,
BlackwelPs Bull Durham
Has been the recognized standard of Smoking Tobacco
Afor over 25 years. Uniformly good and uniformly
! first. Bright, sweet and fragant we invite the J
most fastidious to test its peculiar exceiiente.
felackwelPs Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N. C.
If OENUINE 1 m
J DURHAM 1
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
, , Hats, Eto,,
HAVE NEVER BEEN SHOWN
IN SO FINE ASSORTMENT AND
HAVE NEVER BEEN SOLD
SO CHEAP AS YOTJ CAN
GET, THEM RIGHT NOW OF
CROSS & LINEHAN,
RALEIGH, N. C.
C. R, TURNER, Agent,
Chapel Hill, N. C.
It. j utley,
Patromig-e of the Students solicited.
Opposite Yearby's Drug Store.
LITTLE & McALISTER
ARE AGENTS FOR
Call at the A. T. 0. Fraternity house and
see their samples.
They can take your measure and guaran
tee a perfect fit.
They sell Suits, Pants, Dress Suits and
H. H. PATTERS
Dry Goods, Notions, '
Iardzuare, Crockery, Leather.
of all kinds.
Best brands of Canned TOMATOES, CALI
FORNIA PEARS and PEACHES, (every
Mokrch Flour Fresh from the pis
SHIP STUFF AND BRAN
Heating Stoves, Grates and all kinds of
Stove Fixtures kept in stock. 4
Agent for the celebrated
Old Hickory Wagons,
. CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Board by the day and by the monthat
Sample Rooni for Drummers.
A.A. KLUTTZ, Proprietor.
We Keep on Hand SveoShatI;
SHOES, SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS,
Ties, Suspenders, Underwear, etc.
Latest Styles. Lowest Prices.
Orders filled in 12 hours.
W. A. SLATER & CO.,
Weaver & Bingham, Agents.
' 23 South Building.
SllOC SllOp. ffeat Repairing at Low Cost.
First-Class Fries and Stews Six Days in the
Opposite Chapel Hill Hotel.
KLUTTZ & YEARBY,
CHAPEL HILL, N. C,
Successors to Univcriity Drug Store
and W. M. Yearly .
Fully supplied with a full line of
Drugs aiidPateiit Medicines.
IlegiNtcrcd I'liarincii(! fill Preemptions.
Talks About Law. .
iipj' . A BOOK Mill LYdjuuuy j&ccua.
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Spectacles, Jewelry, "Watches, Clocks,
W. B, SORRELLr,
Chapel Hill, N. C,
By Judge Robert W. Winston.
THE BOOK CONTAINS
Two hundred paes. It is divided into thirty-
two cnapters. ii ircus uhu;-ihv ...
subjects, and scores of collateral ones.
The following subjects, among others, are
treated: "Farm Law," "Sunday Law,
"Bills, Bonds and Notes," " enticing- oer.
vants," " Forcible Trespass," "Wilful Tres
pass," "Statute of Frauds," " Banks, -"Corporation,"
"Damage Cases," Acci
dents from Spring Guns," " Usury," Mar
ried Women," " There beinp- no WiU," "How
to Write Your Will." The law of Tele-t-rams,
of Railroad Tickets, of Railroad
Accidents, of Negligence, of Nuisance, of
Self-defence, of Injuries by Vicious Ani
mals, &c, &c. .
In presenting this little book to the public
we feel that we are doing a service to law
yers, doctors, farmers, merchants, mechan
ics, laborers, and all other classes of our
people. Prices: Leatherette, 50 cts, Cloth,
Publishers, Raleigh, N. C.
editors of the Tak Heei,.
present. Raleigh Evening Ymior. - '