'iñe peopie oí Ann atooc nave a jast rigbt to feel a pride in the snooess of tbe University Sohool of Mnsio. The raising of the funds to put up the bnildiug on Maynard st. was oue of the best investnients ever made for the city. Aun Albor is now reoognized as oue of the musical centers of the oountry. It is not so very loug ago that one of the most eminent of the present faoalty was disoouraged by bis friends in New York city frorn acoeptiug his present position. They said Ann Arbor was in the back woods with stump8 in the streets and houses with no oomforts in which to pass the seveie winters. Among the reoent inquiries 27 states are represented and 109 post offices iu these states. Frorn even the distant state of Utah inquiries from seven cities were reoeived. Bvery oitizen of Ann Arbor has an interest in the growth of the sohool and ahould urge upon tbeir friends from out of ;own to examine the exoeptioually good advantages. Seoretary T. C. Colburn will gladly seud oatalogues to all addresses that ruay be hauded in to him.