Arrangements havebeen completed to observe Memorial Day, May 30, as follows : Company A will form a procession on Main strect, at 1 1-2 o'clock P. M., led by the Dexter Cornet Band, and followed by the Ancient Order of United Workmen, the Ann Arbor Reform Club, clergymen, speakers and city officers in carriages, schools, and citizens gonerally. Thence they will proceed to the Fifth ward where thcy will be reoeived by tho Ladies' Docoration Society, children boaring flags and fiowers, schools, and citizán9 genorally. Thence they will proceed to the eemetery. ORDEK OF EXERCISES OS TIITC GKOÜND3. Company A will form a hollow square about the monuinont, whieh will be profusely decorated with flags and flowers by young ladies while children under charge of thcir teachers, Miss Perkins and Mrs. D. M. Tyler, wiil sing patriotic songs. They will then retire to a platform erected for the speakers, whero Chas. H. Munly, President of the Day, will introduce the followiug speakers : Rev. R. B. Pope, Rev. D. R. Shier, Rev. Dr. Cocker, Rev. Dr.Haskell, Gov.Felch, Judge Harriman, A. J. Sawyer, R. E. Frazer, E. D. Kinne, Col. Burleigh, A. McRej'nolds, J. Q. A. Sessions and II. C. Waldron, who will deliver short patriotic sppeches comuiemorative of our fallen brothers. Prof. Meek wiil read an appropriate poem. Come everybody. ''Oh mothers, fathcrs, sisters, brotliers, friends, aod freeracii nll, Let palriotiyïn warm your liearts, And heur this great love cali." Let us do honor to those brave men whose heroism suould never cease to be cherished in the hearts of a grateful people.