The third concert iu the CLioral Uuion series this, (Friday) eveuing, wil] introdoce to Auu Arbor the greatest liviug Germán violinist, Cari Halir. At the Thomas concert in Chicago, lust week, at wbioh Mr. Halir appeared, he achieved the greatest success of any violiuist of recent years, not exoepting Ysaye. The Chicago papera, uuaniiaonsly conceded this aud describe his appearance as a gennine uvation. He wili present a magnificent program, in wbich he will be assisted by Mr. .7. Erich Schmaal, of Chicago, pianist. This annonocemeut will, without doubt, give greal pleasure to tha musical circles of this coaamnnity, and his apjjéarauce will not only give great Eatisfaction to his tonner frieuds, but will nndonbtedly win him a large and enthusiastic cirole of new admirers.