Notice of City Election. Notice is hereby given that the annual charter election in and for the city of Ann Arbor will be heidon Monday, the third day of April, A. 1). 1893, at which election the following city oíiicers, viz: A Mayor, President of the Commou Council, City Clerk. City Assessor, and a Justice of the Peace will be elected by the qualified electors of the whole city, and a Supervisor, an Alderman and a Constable will be elected in eaeh ward thereof . The said election will be held in each ward of the said city at the following places, that is to say: Ist Ward- 33 and 35 E. Washington street, Weinmann block. 2nd Ward- No. 7 W. Liberty street. 3rd Ward- At C II. Manly's office, court house. 4th Ward- At Fouvth Ward engine house. 5th Ward- At Fifth Ward engine liouse. 6th Ward- At Sixth Ward engine house. By order of the Conimon Council. W. J. MiLLEk, Clerk. Free! Free! Believing the time has fully come in Ann Arbor when an information bureau is needed to niake knovvn the wants of those wlíb hire and those who serve, an oflice is now opened at '- S. Main street, and in order that all may know and receive benefit from the start I have decided that all applications shall be free of charge till May 1, af ter which regular pnces will be established. It is hoped that as manv as possible will avail themselyes of this lenient offer. Honsekeepers, carpenters, mason.s, bakers, painters, mechanics, laborers, domestics, etc, may all have the use of the bureau free till May 1. Leave orders at 72 S. Main street, Ann Arbor.