It is estimated that in State, School, County, City, railroad and Church prope.ity in this city, thero is over $2,100,000 that pays no tax. To be sure it is this property that largely go to mak e the place what it is, yet that some of it escapes taxation unjustly is the belief of many people. University - Real Estáte $774,974 Personal 406,469 1,181,423 Church property - Methodist Episcopal . . $S5,000 Protestant Episcopal . . 80,000 Endowments .... 55,000 Presbyterian 75,000 Congregatlonal .... 50,000 Roman Catholic 45,000 S. C. A. Building, etc, . . . 40.000 lst Baptist 35,000 Germán Evangelical , . . 30,0.10 Zion's Lutheran .... 30,000 Unitarian 25,000 Dieciples 20,000 English Lutheran .... 15,000 Adventists . . . , 7,500 Germán M. E, (when completed) 6,000 A.M. E 2,500 2d Baptist . . . . . . 2,500 $603,500 County - Court House .... $75,000 Jail 6,000 $80,000 City-rFlreman's Hall .... $10,000 2 Engine Houses . . . . 3,000 Public Parks 12,000 Personal 5,000 $30,000 Schools - High School ..... 875,000 Istward . . . . . . 10,000 2d " 6,000 3d ' 3,50 th " 5,000 sth "..;.. . 2,5 o 6th " . ■ 600 Lot in 6th ward .... 1,500 Library . . . . ' . . io,000 $119,000 Ladies Library Ass'n - Building 6,500 Library 7,000 $13,500 Rail Eoads- M. C. Buildings .... $45,000 " . " grounds . . ... . 10,000 " " personal . . .. . 8,000 A. A. Ry. Co., buildings . . 6,000 " " " " rounds . , . 2,000 " " " " personal . . . 6,000 $76,000 Forest Hill Cemetery Co. - Money at Interest . . . $14,000 RECAPITULATION. State property .... $1,181,423 Church " 603,000 County " 80.000 City "...-. :-o,000 School " 119 ooi) Ladies' Library property . . 13,500 Rail Road "... 76,000 Forest Hill Cemetery Co. . .$14,000 $2,116,923 The estímate upon the state property here is taken from the figures given out by the Auditor General'a oflïce. The other property is of course estimated. That it is below actual valué instead of above will be patent to every one who stop to think about it. The personal property of the railroads . is hard to get at, yet a good yard engine alone would cost more than either road is charged up with here. . These figures may set the people to thinking'. , Lovers of light opera will be pleased to learn that on Monday, Nov. 25, the Carieton company will appear at the Grand opera house. The opera to be given at Ann Arbor is the "Lily of Killarney;" the music of which was composed by Sir Jules Benedict. To the theater going public of the larger oities W. T. Carieton, and his organization are well known. Mr. Carieton easily stands at the bead of all light opera baritones in this country and is well known in England where he appeaied in many of the leading roles in grand opera, before coming to this country. He created the principal baritone roles in the many snccessful operas produced at the standard Theatre, New York, under D'Oyle Cartes' management, also appeared in the leading role in many of the New York Casino successes. For the past 12 years he has heaaed an organization of his own, playing the leaHing cities of this country, and producing many of the most sucoessful operas which have appeared dnring that time. His company this season is composed of well known and capable singers, who will be heard to good advantage on the many beantifnl numbers with whioh the "iLly of Killarney" abounds. Special scenery has been painted for this prodnction, and the costnmes are new thronghout.