THE U. OF M. DAILY.
Formerly with George Wahr, 19
E. Washington st. Headquarters for
everything a Student needs in the
line of Text-Books, Stationery and
Miscellaneous Stock in general.
M ARTIN SCHALLER,
HE DOWN-TOWN BOOKSELLER,
19 E. Washington st., one block
east of Main st.
ARE THE HIGHEST OFiALL HIGH GRADES.
Warranted superior to any Bicycle built in the world, regardless of price.
Do net be induced to pannorenmoney for an inferior wheel.Insisteon
N avin- the Wavirley. Built and guaranteed by tbe Indiana Bicycle Co.
amillion deilar concern, whose bend is as good an eld.-
21 lb. SCORCHER, $85. 22 lb. LADIES', $75.,
H. J. BROWN,]exclusive Agt.
FOtr5"CENTS A CAKE,
Several other varieties of gam}
toilet soaps at the same prices.
from 10 cup to$1.25 each at
AE MUMMERY S DRUG STORE,
Cor. Fourth Ave.and Washington St.
WM. ARNOLD'S, Jeweler.
For Men and Boys,
in black, navy, white,
garnet and gray,
for Boys, up to 32
For Men, all sizes,
Strawbridge & Clothier
" 9.Z N ._AREBOR1
Hgh Gloss and Domestic Finish.
1. S. SERVISS, Manager,
U3 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE.
LUT RATE RAILROAD TICKETS
to all points fr sale by
ANN ARBOR B. R. TICKET AGENCY,
33 E. Huron St.
;'MemberWo American TicktrBlrokers Auio-
en. onil Transportitinn nas-
anteed. Tickets bought and sold.
HAVE U SEEN
THE LIIUSAY BICUUL.
The highest of the '95 high grade
wheel. Sold by
J. S.. PEARL,.
104 5. Main St.
WANAMAKER tailors 20 miles of cloth per day. Ie buys
at enormous discouits. You buy of him and you avoid the profits of
the wholesaler, the jobber, the middleman. 500 samplue. Up-to-
date tailoring. Fit guaranteed. Swell Suits $18.
WILSEY'S OLD STAND. STATE STREET.
H OW TO ECONOMIZE.
Buy Dean & Co.'s Family Flour for $3.00 per Barrel.
Buy Best Western Patent Flour for $3.75 per Barrel.
Buy Bolted Corn Meal for 23 cents per 1-16 Barrel.
Buy Hulled Buckwheat Flour :for 31 cents per 1-16 per Barrel.
Buy Six Pounds of Crackers for 25 cents.
Buy 7% Pounds Best Rolled Oats for 25 cents.
1D2A N & OoPAMJFY-
44 South Main Street.
The April Inlander.
The Inlander for April is out. Th
articles are exceptionllly fine, and of a
more substantial character than usual.
The leading article is by Dr. Max
Winkler, of the German departmn it'
on "A Few. Thoughts on Contemporary
German Realism." The article is long
and a very able one. Dr. Winkler is
perhaps as well qualified to discuss
this subject as any one in the Univer-
sity both from his fuil acquaintance
with German literature and his famil-
iarity with Gern'1y itself.-
Another paper of unusual iiterest
is one on "The Developiiment of the
character of Marcella," by Margaret
E. Barrette. This gives a very full
and in the main satisfactory analysis
of the character of Mrs. Ward's hero-
ine. Mr. Wilcox has an article on
"Democracy in the Schools,"-a sug-
gestive subject which is well treated.
Two stories are furnished by H. M.
Bowman and "H1. H. S.," anl the
verse contributions are by F. P. Dan-
iels and H. M. Bowman. As a whole
the number is one of the best yet is-
There will be a meeting of all
members of the class of 'lii vho are
interested in the track athletic pres-
peets of the class in this year's field
day Saturday morning, May 4, at 10
o'clock in room 0. MANAGER.
The announcement of the Summer
School course in General Psyschology
should not read "no credit," but two
hours credit. GEORGE REBEC..
There will be a meeting of the U.
of M. Democratic Club, Thursday
evtniing, May 2, at 7:30 in room 12
of the law building for the purpose
of hearing the report of the ceri-
mlittee oi constitution and other im-
THOS. F. DOYLE, President.
Comedy Club Athletic eielit.ltay
U. OF M. CALENDAR.
Thurs., May 2.- Senior social at
Thurs., May 2.-Cihauncey M. De-
pew in University halt before the
Oratorical association it p.im.
Fri., May 3.-Fri'shmu banquet,
Sun., May 3.-Song service at New-
Fri., May 3.-Northern Oratorical
League intercollegiate contest, Iowa
Fri., May 3. -Lectnies of Senator
John W. Daniel in S. L. A. course.
Subject, "Americanism and the Moii-
Sat., May 4.-WVarsity vs. Cornell,
Ithaca, N. Y.
Sat.May 4-Entertainment by Profs.
Kelsey and Lamson in Presbyterian
Thurs., May 9.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
Fri., May 10.-Webster-Jeffersonian
debate, law lecture room, S p. m.
Fri., May 10.-Dramatic Club ath-
lelic benefit, Grand opera house.
Sat., May 11.-'Varsity vs. Illinois,
athletic field, 3:30 p. m.
Fri. and Sat.. May 17 and IS.--
Grand May Festival held under aus-
pices of the University Musical so-
tri., May 24.-Webster-Adelphi de-
bate, law lecture room, 8 p. m.
Thurs., June 6.-Faculty recital at
Frieze Memorial hall.
We have the celebrated Swan Linen
paper and envelopes to match.
JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE.
The progressive and aggressive rail-
way in the line of Interchangeable
Mileage is the Ohio Central. Among
the first to issue this book it has al-
ways been the leader. It now pub-
lishes 67 distinct systems of trans.
portation. Separated into divisional
lines, as is done by many, it has 12:3
transportation lines represented. A
full list will be mailed upon applicar'
Lion to any agent of the Ohio Central
MOULTON HOUK, G. P. A.
A. 6. SPALDING & BROS.
BASEBALL, LAWN TENNIS,
Uniforms for All Sports.
RIDE THE SPALDINC BIGYCLES-
THE LEADERFOR IR85.
HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
NEW YORK, CHICAGO, PHILA "ELPI IA.
"THERE ARE OTRERS"
But none of theecan comnarsa with
Here $re a Fow Seeds:
Racers, 15 Founds,
Light Roadsters, IT to- 29 Lbs.
Boadsters, 21 to S Pounds.
Call and see them at 201eL Eitm st.
D. B. FORD, AGENT.
MOORE & WTMORE
6 S. Malt. st., and State st., cor-
ner of William st., have a
complete stock of
UHIVEBSIJY 1EXT HOOKS
New and Sewond Hand.
Note Books and other Students' supplies
FIne Statlosery, Sporting Goods, etc , which
theyofferatthe Lowest Prices.
C4J1 and see us before purchasing.
THE LEADING TAILOR
and Importer has received the
largestjsnd most select stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
'for SpringandSunmer of '95in
the city, and would -be pleased
to have you call and examine
Full Dr~ess Suits a;Specialty.
E. Washington st., near Main.