Tomorrow afternoou at 2 :30 occun the anuual celebration of Wahhington's bkthday uuder the oharge of the law cla-ses of the uuiversity. Owiug to th lateness in securiug tlm speaker, wiio ii the Hon. Beojamn Bntterworth, of Washiugton, D. C, the celebratou ba been but poorly advertised and general interest is rather low. Since Presdent Cleveland was the orator of the occasioa flve years ago, comparatively little enthusiasm has been shown by either stndents or citizens, but Beugami Butterworth, Jr. , is oonsidered an eloquent speaker, has been long in publio life, as an offlce-holder and Buccessfal lawyer, and deserves to see a large audieuce bofire him tomorrow. It will be remembered by some that Mr. Bntterworth is not in touch with bis party, the ü. O. P., on the tariff question and that for this reason he a few yuars ag voluntarily 6urrendered his place im congress and retired to private life. Ha will hardly allow hiiuself to be drawm out on this interesting phaseof his pnblio uareer. There will be eeveral pleasing features at the celebration in addition to Mr. Butterworth's oración. Townspeople as well as stndents ar invited, adrnission free, and a larg orowd is hoped for.