Ou Saturday evening, Jan. J lth, at the Church of Christ, on S. University Ave., occurs the second entertainment n the Iuland League series. It will coQsist of a concert nnder the direction of Prof. F. H. Pease. dire'.-tor of the Normal Conservatory, Ypsüanti. Mr. Pease will be assisted by the Conservatory Ladies' Qnartette, by Miss Marie Dictinson, pianist, Miss Abba Owen, violinist, and Misses Stella White and Marie Gareissen, vocalists. The program is as follows : 1. Quartette. The Cuckoo, Fittig. 2. Piano Solo. a. Shadow Dance, Op. 39. McDowell; b. Polka from Ie Bal Reubeustein. 3. Song. Sunimer, Chamnaed, Miss White. 4. Qnartette. Last Rose of Sammer, arr. F. H. Pease. 5. Violin Solo. Andante from Concerto in E minor, Mendelssohn. 6. Piano Solo. a. Etnde G flat major, Op. 25, Chopin ; b. Valse in A, Moszkowski. 7. English Glee. Hark. the Curfew, Attwood. 8. Soug. Vainka's Song. Von Stutzmann, Miss Gareissen. 9. Violin Solo. Two Mazurkas, Wieuiawki. 10. Quartette. Lead ! Kindly Light, arr. by F. H. Pease. For many years Mr. Pease has been foreuiost in the developtnent of musical appreciatiou in Washtenawconnty. He has always evinced great interest in the musical doingsin onr city. The fact that this concert is under his direotion assnres a most pleasant evening. The Conservatory Ladies' Qnartette was heard in the Congregational chnroh a few weeks since, when their singing was much enjoyed. Mr. Pease is deserviug of a good andience, not only that our citizens may show their appreoiation of his good work in the past, but beoause the concert will be well worth attending. Admission is only 25o.