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HERE AND THERE.
Rev. B. N. Joyner 01 Columbia,
S. C, is visiting- Dr. John Manning
C. R. Dey, !98 is Professor of
Modern Languages in the Norfolk
Academy, at Norfolk Va.
Mr. W. B. Whitehead, who was de
tained at his home, Wilson, N. C, on
account of sickness, returned to Chap
el Hill last week.
Mrs. J. 0- Strvenson and two chil
dren, of Wilmington, N. C, are spend
ing- a few days here, the guest of Mr.
Reston Stevenson, '02.
P. S, Cotton, ex-'Ol, spens the sum
raer with friends at Kennebunk
Beach, Me. "Bull" intends working
this winter in Boston.
Dr. Battle spent last Thursday
in Asheville in attendance upon the
Episcopal Convention of the Mis
Prof. E. V. Howell has fitted up
a store room in the New West for
his material used in the laboratory.
The Pharmacy class has a large m
crease over last year s.
Mr. R. H. Graves leaves town
for Greensboro where he goes to
nttunrl the marriage of Miss
Winnie McCaul to Mr. Prank Hola
han, of New York City.
Dr. Ernest T. Bynum, last ses
ion Professor of Political and So
cial Science in the University- has
accepted the Chair of Modern Lan
guage in the University of Arkan
Mr. R. M. Rawles, '01, who has
been on the Hill for the last two weeks,
returned to his home at Tarboro, N
C. last week. The many friends of
Mr. Rawles regret his departure
Mr. George 13. Pond, ex-'99, has re-1
ceived a commission appointing him
to a lieutenancy in the regular ar-
mv. Mr. Pond stood an examination
for the appointment and passed eighth
in a class of twenty-five. He has been
1ntv in the Third Infantry,
tir."Mj n v. v v - j.
stationed at Fort bnelling, St. 1'aui.
Mr. Percy Whitaker is travelling
through the South for the Chas. H
P.IISrkf Tno-rn villi"- Co.. of Philadel
phia. Mr. Whitaker was agent for
Elliott here last year and did such
good work for them that they have
given him the entire south for his
field of work.
A Present to Dr. Manning.
At a meeting of the law class last
Friday afternoon. Those members
of the class were to leave for Ral
eigh the next morning presented
Dr. Manning with a handsome pres
ent, as a token of their love and es
V Mr. John Cook, of Laurinburg, in
a behalf of the class, presented the
o-ift w1iir.li was a large ruff tourteen
feet square. His speech was short
and simple, and yet a master pieces
m,;nr..1Aiu!nce. He spoke of the
love borne by every member of the
fr t.hoir faithiul instrucun
nnrl rofprrpd to the gift as being
symbolic of the attitude of those
J . ... tit- rvv.
who gave it-at his teet. .ur
ivKSpaGP n voice naturally verj
'.,1fl it was made more so by
the occasion. He spoke from his
own heart and from the heart of ev
ery member of the class and when
a speech that was well worth hear
ing. For thirty or forty minutes, he
spoke as a father .would speak to
his children, pointing out to them
the way of true and noble living.
He spoke of the dignity of the law
yer's profession, and of the respon
sibility that rested on these young
men to uphold that dignity. He ad
monished them to stick to the right
through fortnue and adversity, and
to so conduct themselves as to bring
honor on themselves and on the pro
It was indeed touching to see the
errand old man, who had had the ex
perience of a long and successful
life, who had been able to distm
cruish the real from the unreal-to
look below the surface and to see
the many substant al things of life
to see him standing before that body
of young men, who were about to
try the sea of reallife, thus counsel
ing and advising them.
And when he had finished and the
boys came to say good-bye, each one
felt that he was parting with a
friend that was a friend indeed.
And each one wished that he
might live a life that would inspire
the love and command the respect
that is accorded Dr. Manning.
"Z. & A'. A We."
l:md we will mail you one of our
jSportiny Goods Catalogues.
EGet our prices belute you imy
Sanything- in the athletic line;
either floods or clothing-. We
!are httmg- out many iiase-uau,
Foot-ball, Cricket and Bicycle
we my "articular atten-
Ition to, and will gladly send
you g"oods on approbation.
LARBIMORE & BIDENOUB,
417 9th St. Washington. D. C.
If o write for our
fcZam Complele Catalogue
Embracing all kinds of
And get reduced prices. College
Monogram Caps a specialty.
SPALDING BRANCH HOUSE,
N. C. Long & Bro.,
GLASSES PROPERLY FITTED"
Livery & Feed Stable,
V. J. HUNTER, MANaGer. ..
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Good Teams tNice Vehicles, Careful
A .A. Kluttz,
IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
All me books used in me university and me
The wonderful progress made
during the last week by the appli
cants for the foot ball team is very
gratifying to the students. The
men are getting quicker on their
feet aud are getting over their soft
ness brought on by high living and
dissipation during the summer.
Some new men of great promise
have appeared among us. The out
look'is that the '98 team will leave
an enviable record behind.
See our samples from Marks
Arnheim, The Koyal Tailors, iiie
International Tailoring Co., and
Sole agents for the REUAL-tht-
host shoe on the market.
We shall take pleasure in show
ing you samples.
Wilson x. moauhiikst.
No. 25 Okl West.
. B. SORRELL.
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Optical
Goods and Novelties.
Dry Goods, Notions,
Crockery, Leather, Hardware,
of all kinds.
Monarch Flour fresh from the Mills,
SHIP STUFF AND BRAN.
H. Mahler Sons
Jewellers and Opticians
RALEIGH, N. C.
Also Stationery and Students' Supplies
I have a full line of
Blair's Tablets and Note Books, Wirt's
Fountain Pens and Perfection
Student's Lamps, Pratt's
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Men's Furnishing Goods, Fancy Goods and
Confectioneries, Fruits, Cig-ars and
Tobacco, Potted Meats and Pickles.
Fine Hats and Hand-made Shoes-
"The Boys" and the Public
for a number of years, I am prepared to offer
a line of goods unsurpassed m qudui o...
at prices to suit the times. My Motto is:
" The Best Goods for the Loivest Cash Prices.
A. A. KLUTTZ
CALL ON THE
For the Printing of
Letter Heads. Bill Heads
Receipts, Envelopes etc,
SCRATC H FADS
6 for 25 Cents.
Heating Stoves, Grates and all kinds of
Stove Fixtures kcept in stock.
Agent for the celebrated
Old Hickory Wagons.
RALEIGH, N. C.
DEALER IN CONFECTIONERIES
af all sorts. When in need of
any send your order.
Special Attention to Students.
M. IX KING'S
A fresh, clean stock of heavy and
The patronage of old and new
W. M. YEARBY,
Druggist and Seedsman,
DURHAM, N. C. & CHAPEL HILL, N. C.
Prescriptions, a Specialty
SELLING AGENT FOK
The University of North Carolina,
nff twouc-h instruction in four regular
f ctrlv. six brief courses, optional
courses to suit individual needs, and profes
sional courses in law and medicine.
Tuition $60 a year; total expense
if.7 students. 26 teachers, 40,000 volumes.
7 scientific laboratories and museums,
gymnasium, athletic grounds, oatn roo,
(free to all) .
Discipline manly, wituoui eVivU.
Scholarships and loans to the needy.
Tuition free lo soiw of all .uinisters, can
didates for the ministry, public school teach-
Chapel Hill, N. C.
JfiZ& PI', I,;, .
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ie Man in tne moon
would be happier if he could have a supply of
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he had finished there was many a
Dr. Manning then arose and made