Commander S 'seions annonnces the Memorial Day exercises as follows: Headquarters Welch Post, No. 137. Department of Michigan, G. A. R Ann Arbor, May 20, 1893. General Ouders: First. In obediecce to general orders from state and national headquarters, Memorial Day, May 30, will be observad as usual by this Post. Second. Every member of the Post will report at the Post Iioom atl oVlock P. M., Tuesday May 30, 1893, for the pur. pose of visiting the cemetries in the city and decorating the graves of all öeceased soldiere. ïhird. A deiaehraent will be veyed to 8t. Thomas' cemetry, who will pronerly decórate the gravps of our departed cornrades there and on their return tiie Post wil] proceed to the Fifth Ward and Forest Hill cemetries, where services will be observed in accordance wita the ritual. Foarth. The comrades will assemble in the Pust room at 7 o'cloek P. M. sharp and march to the Univeraity Hall, to take part in the services to be observed there. Fifth. AH olii Boldiers are cordially invited to join with us in the exercises oftheday. Let us show by onr presence that our fallen comrades are siill held in grateful remeinbrance as martyrs to the cause of liberty and the preservation of the union of all the state-. Sixih. The comrades will assemble at the Posi K iom Sauday moriiiujr, May 28, and be ready to march at 10 o'clock a. m. sharo for the purpose of attenüing a memorial service at the 5 piist church. By order of .T. Q A. Sessions, Post OoLumander. Jas. B. Sauxdeks, Adjutanf. The program for the evening exercises iu Univeroity hall, at 8 o'clock, is as follows: 'Tenting Tonight ou the Old Camp round." School Chlldren Eeadlng ot Scripture and Prayer ,,_ :--ic; Rev. T. Bunderland 'Hall to theFlag ' School (Jhildren Recitation- "The Koll Cali" „ ; Miss Ndlile Mingay Recltai'ou- "Searching lor the Dead." . . , Miss Blanche Anspach Addiess Rev. Washington üardner 'tover Them Over With Beautlful Flow_ ei?." School Chtldren Benediction Rev. J, T.Sunderland All flowers to ba ued for Memoria] IUy services shonld be left with Mm. Jacob Starkin ttie basement of the oonrt house Mondayeveningor TuesdMy morning. The ladies are requested so far as poasible to make up the flowers inbouquets, wreaths, etc. ïhe public are invited to attend amor all of the exi-rcises.