Company A gives an excursión to "The Oakland," St. Cflalr and return on the 20th ust., via the Michigan Central railroad iind the steamcr " City of Detroil." The train leaves liere at 7 A. M., city time, arrlrlng at "The Oakland" about 1 i-. IC Keturning, the boat leaves at 4 p. m., the excursionists arrlylng liere at 9 o'clock in the evening. The Ann Arbor cornet band will accoinpany the excursionista, also Company A in l'till uniform Pare tor the round trip, $1.50; children under tvvelve yenra of ajfe, half pricp. Wednesday, Ahí;-. 18, on the day of the IJepublican State Conventioii in Detroit, the Knights of Pythias give the flrst railroad and steamboat excursión of the season to Detroit and Lake St. Clair, via the ureuu uiivi tiwu rauroM'.m to Detroit. Thero will be DO ehmge erf rara. A special train lenvcs the depot liere at 7 a. m., city time, Iearlng ttllan at 7:45, and reachiog Detroit at 'J o'clook. At DeIroit a steamboat will be In waitlng at tinUnion depot to convey the exctinlonifti on a rlde up the river and [nto Lake St. Clair; retmning, t will stop at the beautiful Mand park, Helle Isle, wher thoM who wish may reinain, takillg the boat at in y hour lor a lide np the liver. Th iirst return trip to Detroit will be at 1 p m., frivmg half a iiny n tle ct . afl boat runs to ai.d froin tlie island every hour. Kound tri]) tickets, $1.2.-,; cliildren undei twelve, 05 cents. From Mllan tickets are $i.oo, and 50 cents respectively. The train leaves Detroit tor Ann Arbor at O.-46, city time, and arrivés hcre at 7:4;.