The pomological society will meet May 5. Frankie Ketnble, Saturday evening, at the opera house. Flower festival at the Baptist church, Friday evening, May 4. Eev. Dr. Eddy will occupy the Presbyterian church pulpit next Sunday. MendeliRohn Quintette club, May 2, at the opera-house, with Mísb Anne Carpenter, soprano. Rev. J. T. Sunderland will spesk next Sunday raorning at the Unitarian church on "Matthew Arnold." In the evening Mrs. Sunderland will give the closing lecture in her series on the Bible. Subject: "The Acts, the Epistles and theBpginning of the Christian Churcb." Rev. Wm. H. Ryder is to preach his farewell sermón on Sunday mornirig next; and on Monday, the 3(Jth inst., at 2 p. M., the counuil, called to consider his ret-ignation, etc, composed of' elevan tional churches, represented by pastors and lay delegates, (nicluding the churcheg of Detroii,) ia to meet ia the CoLgregational church here. The Ann ArborChoral Union and Ypsilanti choral society, aisisted by 'the Sappho club of Ypsilanü, and the Amphion club of Aun Arbor, will rpnder Aois and Galatea and May Day in Uuiversitv hall I urday evening. There will be 170 voices. The oloists will be s A. Kaotr, of Chicago, tenor; Arthur Beresford, ot Detroit, baso ; Mre, F. H. Pease, of Ypsilanti, 6oprano and Miss Ida Belle Winchell, cf Ann Arbor, soprano. It will be a great event in the history of oiusic in Ana Albor. Rev. C. Schiller, of the Uerman reformed ctiufch and Mrs. Schiller, from Toledo, O., paid E. Baur a visit Monday. It was their first visit to Ann Arbor, and they returned delighted with what they saw of the city and University.
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