The circuit court meets April 17. Alvah Baxter will carry tbe mails in this city. ___ George Hangsterfer is happy over a ten pound boy. The new Trinity Lutheran church in tliis city has forty members. Tlie University Calendar this year contains 2,788 names of students. It takes six cars to transport the University exhibit to the World's Fair. The new state savings bank had $17,000 deposited on its first day of business. Eev. A. M. Craft, of Cleveland, conducts the services in the M. E. church next Sunday. The Ann Arbor Agricultural Company has forwarded its exhibit at the World 's Fair. Burglars took á pair of shoes frooi Stebbins' barber shop" on Broadway, Sunday night. Gottlieb Graf and Miss Mary Mutz were married Sunday afternoon by Rev. Max Hein. Louis J. Liesemer has purchased the LansingStaats-Zeitung, and will make a state paper of it. George Apfel has purchased the house on William street formerly owned by John Ziegler. Ernest Woodmansee, of Geddes avenue, died of consumption last Friday, aged twenty-three years. Col. C. V. lï. rund, who spent the past year in this city, has purchased Lhe Cold water Republican. Don't forget the Jeffersouian banLjuet, Thursday night. The democracy of the county should be out in force. A ministers' institute of the liberal ministers of Michigan will be held in the Unitarian church, April 18, 19 and 20. Kaii C. Kern, of the Axgus foi"ce, has been elected the delégate to the International Typographical convention in Chicago by the Ann Arbor union. Sewer contractors f rom all over the country are piling in to find out about the building of sewers in Ann Arbor and the mails are loaded with inquiries concerning the bonds to be issued. A Ministers' Institute, to comprise the liberal ministers of Michigan - Unitarian, Universalist and Independent - is to be held in Ann Arbor, April 18, 19 and 20 at the Unitarian church. .lay Taylor has been o ff e red strong inducements to join the Nelsou Opera Co., for their Memphis and Nashville engagements, but has ünally decided to rem ai n at home and give vocal [essons. Two candidates will be publicly admitted into the Brotherhood of St. Andrew at the Young People's Vespers in St. Andrew's chapel on Sunday evening next at 6:30. The topic for the evening will be, "The Risen Life, or Ways and Means of Chvistian Growth." Rev. Mr. Sunderland, of the Unitarian church of this city, will exchange pulpits the next two Sundays with Rev. S. lï. Calthrop, of Syracuse, N.Y. Mr. Calthrop is on e of the most brilliant and powerful preachers in this country. At the annual parish meeting held in St. Audrew's church, Tuesday, the following were eleeted to the vestry: Senior warden, E-. Treadwell; junior warden, II. ). Brown; vestrymen, E. D. Kinne, Dr. C. B. Nancrede, Dr. .1. C. Wood, Jas. Clements, Mayor B. M. Thompson, George II. Pond, Charles 8. Dennison, aud George W. Patterson- Prof. Dennison was elected secrètary and Prof. Patterson, treasurer. Trinity Lutheran churcli was organized on Easter-day with a menibership of forty. The pastor, Rev. W, L, Tedrow, and members of the church council. i.e., Elders, Professor E. Mensel and Dr. F. II. Brown, deacons, F. II. Belser and C. B. Newcomer, were formally installed. Dr. BarnitZ, western secretary of the board of home missions of the general synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church, and Dr. Gotwald, of Witteuberg Theological Seminary, assisted in the services. Kev. S. R. Calthrop, of Syracuse, N. Y., who was expected to address Unity Club, last Mond ay evening, will appear instead on Monday and Tuesday evening next, April lOth and llth. Monday evening he will speak on, "The American Idea," andón Tuesday evening bis subject wiïl be, "A World Where all Things Are Tied Together." Don't fail to atLend the JefEersonian banquet next Thursday evening. Some of the most prominent Demócrata in the country will be tbere. A special train froin Detroit will bring out the Detroit Demoeracy, the fare for the round trip trom Detroit being placed at seventy-five cents. Everyone who attended the banquet last year were delighted with it, and it will be bétter this year even thfl.fl last. % Edmund Clancy, a welt khown and respected resident of this city, died on Tuesday. He carne to Ann Arbor ín 1832, and for some time ïaq a store in the fifth ward. Afterwards he was a í'armer in Northüeld, and feturned to this city to speud bis declining years in retirement. He was of a happy disposition and noted for bis witty remarks. He was seveuty-four years of age.