The readers of the Argus will be delighted to know that the Boston Symphony Concert comes so soon. That Ann Arbor is the only city of less than 200,000 inhabitants to be visited by this superb orchestra of seventy performers, speaks volumes for the success of the Choral Union Series, and proves the worth of the system under which the concerts are given. That this orchestra, without doubt the finest organization of the kind ever heard in this country, give to Ann Arbor a programme of the same order as played only to the best musical audiences is an indication of Mr. Nikisch's appreciation of the audience present at his concert last year. Extra tickets at $1.00 can be secured, as usual. We give the entire programme: - I. Overture, "Lenore, Ne. 3" Beethoven II. Ariafrom "Mignon" A. Thomas. III. Symphonv B-flat, No. 1 Schumann. IV. Songs with Piano V. Vorspiel, "Lohengriu" Wagner. VI. Pa9sa#e to Binenhilde's Rock. Morniujf Dawn, "ithine Journey . . . VVagner. It is to be hoped that this concert may be made the great event of the year. In artistic importance nothing can hope to rival it. The doors will be closed promptly at eight o'clock.