Last night Mr. T. A. Bogle resigned the office of city attorney. This was rendered necessary by his recent appointment by the board of regents as judge of the practice court at the Universky. Mr. J. W. Bennett also resigned the office of justice of the peace, for the purpose of accepting the appointment of city attorney tendered him by the council. Both have been faithful, popular and efficiënt officers in their oíd positions and will be equally so in their new ones. Below will be found the letter of City Attorney Bogle, resigning his office, and also a resolution passed by the council relating thereto: AxxArboh, Mich., August 6, '94. To the Honorable the Common Council of the City of Ann Arbor : Gentlemen:- I hereby respectfully tender to you my resighatiou as City Attorney. The attention deruanded by otner duties that I have assunied renders it necessary that I resign the office that I held under the city govertiment. Thankiug you one and all, tor the uniform kinduess and courtesy that has been extended me, and requesting the immediate acceptanee of iny resignation, I remain, Yery truly yours, ï. A. Bogle. Resolved, That the vesigaation of City Attorney Thomas A. Bogle be accepted, and be it further Resolved, That in the acceptanee of said resignation the city loses the services of an able and efficiënt officer; md be it f urther Resolved, That the tluuiks of this Council be extended to Mr. Bogle, with the assurance that our best wishes will follow him to his new field of labor.