It seeins that P. T. Biirnum, the sliownian, wlio is to exhibit in Ann Arbor, Tuesday July 12, has added one more departmcnt to his now overwhelraing exhibition. He has an igent whose sole duty is to arrange wlth every railroad centering or passing the pointe of his exhibición to run clieap excursión trains at sucli hours as will enable the people at a distance to see tlir grmá show and its earüer procession and return home afterward. Thls agent Hu ander his employ acores of men who go hundrcdu of miles along the lines and bill the stations. There are large parties making up to come here, and the prospect is that there will be a crowded attentlance. The giant Chang, of Chinese nationality, the twenty elephants and comprehensivo menagerie, and the long list of circus celebrities unquestionably make up such another entertainment as no man ever saw before. We do not blame our comnmnity tbr catching the fever.