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A change in the schedule of train on the Michigan Central will takeplac Sunday. Ann Arbor Commandery, K. T., wi meet this evening and conf er the orde of the Temple. The work of putting the race trac on the fair grounds in condition wa completed last night. The machinery at the Michiga Table Co. 's factory has been set u and work will begin within a few days The University Minstrels, our swe society boys in burnt cork, will appea at the opera house next Friday even . Fred Browne (notice the "e" - it isn't the editor of the Times) was sent to jail for vagrancy for ten days, Tuesday. The "poinf between Detroit and Beakes streets is being graded under the supervisión of the street commissioner. Washtenaw Chapter, R. A. M., will Iiold a special meeting Monday evening for work on the P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. Prof. G. W. E. HUI, of lowa, will deliver an address at the Unitarian church, Suuday afternoon, under the auspices of the I. O. G. T. Last Friday, Herman Harclinghaus, proprietor of the Northern Brewery, waived examiuation before Justice Pond and was bound over to the circnit court on the charge of selling beer atretail. The warrant for his arrest was issued several mouths ago. Messrs. Starr and Reed, two Chicago lawyers, were in the city Monday and took the depositions of Prof. D'Ooge, Prof. Walter and W. K. Chamberlain to be used in the suit brought by Prof. Kelsey against Albert Scott & Company and others ior infringingthe copvright on his "Ciusar's Gallic War." Mrs. Ann Marie, wife of John C Schmid, of S. First street, died VVednesday morning from cáncer, with which she has been afflicted for a year. ïhe deceased was born in Wurtemberg. Germany, Nov. 28th, 1828, and was married in Aun Albor in 1851. Her husband and seven children survive her. The annual meeting of the Epworth League was held at the M. E. church, Monday evening. The annual reports were subniittedand theretiringofficers read nteresting papers, after which the following ollicers were elected for the ensuing year: II. J. Frost, president; W. IL Dellenbach, lst vicepresidént; Miss Hattie Grippen, 2nd vice president; Miss Sara Whedon, 3rd vice-pvesident; Mr. VanTasüle, 4th vice-president; Mr. Loveland, treasurer; Air. Trice, secretary.