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Game is reported as scarce about Worden. There are 207 pupils enrolled in the Milan schools. The Chelsea Standard has put a steam engine in their office. The force of men at the Manchesterbroom factory has been increased. The Dexter Leader printed one day earlier this week, so as to attend the fair. Augusta has 629 school children this year, an increase of 42 in the past year. Don't miss the military parade and other attractions at the fair grounds to-day. Louis Vogel, of Freedom, fractured his left arm by falling in his father's eider mili. The farmers about Manchester are having hard work keeping hunters off their grounds. The collection at the annual mission festival at Bethel church, in Freedom, amounted to $128. Edward Rowe, of Sharon, has raised his barn, put a new foundation under it and re-sided it. A good many people from Manchester attended the Adrián fair. Thirty tickets were sold on Wednes day. Mrs. Gerseler, of Pittifield, while driving to Ypsilanti last week, was thrown from her buggy and her arm broken. The Congregational church of Ypsilanti will be ten years old next Sunday and appropriate exercises ' will be held. The residence of Levan Mamie, of Dexter, was burned on Monday night of last week. There was $500 insurance on the house and contents. The corner stone of the new Methodist church in Ypsilanti was laid on Wednesday, Rev. Dr. L. D. Fisk, president of Albion college, delivering the address. A Tecumseh veterinary surgeon pronounced a horse belonging to Charles McMahon, of Sharon, to be affected with glanders. Supervisor Osborn notified the state authorities. The Dexter Leader contains the following: "Quite a company of young ladies (?) were roaming the streets last Tuesday evening, displaying their high estímate of conduct belonging to ladies, by hideous yelling, pounding of windows anc numerous other ways." The following officers of theChel sea fair were elected on Wednesday of last week, the fair to be held Oct 13, 14 and 15: Pres., Wm. E. Stock ing; vice-pres., F. H. Sweetland sec'y, Fred Wedmeyer; treas., W P. Schenk. Board of Managers Wm. Stocking, Fred Wedmeyer, W P. Schenk, Hugh Sherry, Geo Boynton, Ed. Daniels, I. M. Whit taker, F. H. Sweetland, Walte Dancer. Managers of Speed, A Dancer, of Dexter; Hugh Sperry, o Chelsea. Manager of Booths, O. C Burkhart.