The "smoker" given by the civil boaid of Co .A, M. N. G., to the ruembers of the corapany and invited guests at the armory last evening was a delightfully informal and pleasant affair. The gnests began to assemble at 8 o'clook and the time from then nntil mess cali at 9 o'olock was oconpied in playing cards and social visiting. A snbstantial lunch was served in the armory at that bonr and after it was over the party engaged in a merry walk around, headed by the band, to settle it. Col. H. S. Dean was callud to the chair as toastinaster and for over two hours, speeohes, songs and mosio were given in rapid soccession. The Washtenaw Evening Times Band furnished tbemtitiic; the Ann Arbor MusioCo. 's quartet and James E. Bach did the singing, while speeohes both serions and humoroDS were made by Capt. C. E. Hiscock, Jodgp H. Wirt Newkirk, Qeorge H. Pond, Capt. C. H. Manly, Lient. W. W. Watts, Major Sid W. Mil lard, S. W. Beakes, Sheriff Jndson, Major Sonle, Capt. Eoss Gr'áñger, Lients. A. C. Paok and Martin Belser and others. Ross Granger and Dean Seabolt gave a olog danoe and abont 12:40 the band played "Marobing Tborngh Georgia, " all joiued in singing it and the second annnal "smoker" of the A. A. L. I. was over. The hearty entbusiasm shown by the oompany and the freqnent bursts of cbeering and evident firrn regard foj their officers is au augury of good tbinga Co. A this year.