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Coal has been raised to $6. The Wolverine Cycle club wheeled to Detroit and back Sunday. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dwyer died Saturday morning. Miss Mary E., daughter of John Smith, of Northfield, died Monday morning. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mulholland, of the north side, died Monday. Grand Lecturer Arthur M. Clark will hold ví school of instruction at the Masonic temple Tuesday evening. Mrs. Catharine C. Stoll's residence on West Huron street, was destroyed by fire with contenta, Tuesday afternoon. Loss, $1,200; partially insured. The Keystone club has elected new officers as follows : President, Sam Langsdorf; vice president, Jas. R. Bach; secretary and treasurer, John R. Miner. Ann Arbor lodge, No. 44, K. of P., have changed their castle hall to the hall over St James' dry goods store. They have changed the night of meeting to Friday. The Ann Arbor Savings bank will have charge of the county's money for the ensuing year, paying 4.51 per cent on balances and 6 per cent being charged on overdrafts. Mary E., relict of the late Charles Haslett, died Monday evening at her home, 46 South University avenue, aged 46 years. The funeral was held yesterday morning and the interment made at Forest Hill. There has been presented to the Universtiy two huge "tympanii" representing war and peace. We don't just feel certain that -we know what these tympanii are, but frorn their size, anc being shown at the fair by a decorative artist.we infer they are some paintings. We presume they typify the law class, and the merchants there who fail to advertise. He that hath ears to hear let him keep his tympanii in working order. - Adrián Press. Hal!ov.-ó'on last u:ght. Mrs. Alice H. Nanry died at her i home ia Sa!em Tuesday night, aged 80 years. Mrs. Lorinda Kellogg, a former resident of this city, died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Rc-i'se, of Lansing. The post o!HcA now receives the wfuther prediotion9 from Detroit and thoy are beat from ibis point to the villages of thd oounty. tp rp Lotier, uu Ypsilanti saloon lat, lias waivéS exainiimtion u3 boeit bonnd oves to the itivoQit court uu a oharge of vuOfctJüg the iq.iQr J .'". After November 1 the Ladies' Library will be open on Saturdays from 10 ro Vi m. ;md from 2 to 5 p. ia. It will mt be K.r,p,i oi) Tï)0!-u; v. Tho Presbyterian church will raise $S,000 by Bubscripiton to make needed improvements upou charch property and j make up a sjaal 1 chnrch debt. Prof. A. A. Stanley, assisted by Mr. Arthur Woröen, of Detroit, Prof. Zeiiz, anrl a trained cnoir, will give a recital at the M. E. church Friday evening, Noy. 8. Giand Chancellor, W. D. Clizle was in tho city Tupsday visitiugthe Knights of Pythias. On Wednesday evening ho institnted a lodgo a Mi'an. Seveval knights from Ann Arbor lodge No. 44 were iu atteudance. Hattie Wise, Sarah Hopkins, Lulu Smith and Etnma Moore, the womeu arrested recMitly over Polhemus' saloon, pleaded guilty to a charge of disoi-derly conduct Saturday before Justice Pond and were flned $15 each and costs. On tho sixih of June last JackLoney, a hack driver, was arrested at one of the depots by Officer Reuben Armbruster for violating the ordinance relative to haekmen and the traveüng public Jjoney pleaded guilty and paid costs befoie a justice, tmt laler decided he had been wronged and brought suit against Armbruster for false imprisonment. ïuesday morning a jni-y in the circuit court brought in a verdict of no caue of action. Theodore Beck and Miss Nettie Kemmler, both of Chicago, were united in marriage last Saturday evening, at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Beck, 42 West Third street, this city. There was a goodly numbT of relatives and immediate friends present upon the occasion, among whom were Phillip, Henry and Fred Beck, of Saginaw, brothers of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Beck left Sunday afternoon for their home in Chicago. The senior law class finished the eloo:ion of its officers Saturday as follows: First vice president, D. I. Prugh, of 3hio; second vice president, D. E. Miner, of Michigan; recording secretary, A. W. Deselm cf Illinois ; correslonding secrefary, A. Van Duren, of Michigan ; treasurer, J. G. Yout,. of Siebraska; marter of fieíd sports, H. O. ívans, of Pennsylvania; sergeant--atarms, J. C. Crasper, of New York; as istant sergeants-at-arms, M. Maj'ama, of Tokio, Japan, and P. H. Ryan, of California. George Jewert, colored, and Lynaan tforris, two Ann Árbor boys, are in serious trouble at Howell. A few weeks ago they went there to oo_acij the Howell hiK'hJ school team Wh )e there they made the acquaintance of Cora Pierce and Frances Ellinsworth, young girls under 16 years of age. ít is charged ;hat the quartet came here one night ast week and the next day the officers from Hciwell arrested the young men on a charge of enticing the girls away. They were arruijjued at Howell last Saturday and stayed over Sunday in jail in default of bail. Edward Waldo Emerson, of Concord, Mass., will Iéottire before the Unity club Monday evening upon "Thoreau. " will lecture Tuesday evening upon "Art," illustrated by crayon drawings. Mr. Emerson is a son of Ralph Waldo Emerson and those who have known them both say there is a remarkable personal likeness between them. Mr. Emerson has never appeared before an Aun Arbor audience and considerable interest is manifested in seeing and hear ng him. His lectures upon "Art" have baeu given fol several winters in succession before Boston audiences, which is a guarantee of their excellence. Last Friday was the closing day of the school iu the Sutton district, in Northfield township. A splendid program was carried out by the scholars, at the close of which a beantiful flag was raised. Tbe school children sang a number of patriotio soags, which were listeued to with pleasure by the large audience of school patrons that had gathered on the occasion. School Cominissioner Wedemeyer was present and made a speech. The school in this district is in excellent shape. The scholars have done good work nnder the direction of their splendid teacher, Miss Nellie Brokaw, whose services are appreciated by the board. Anofher illustration was given local dealers the last of tho past week, showing them the indiscretion of allowng students, not personally known to the store keeper, to contract too heavy bilis with them. A young dental student purchased goods from local dealers amounting iu all to abont f200. One flrm, on learuing that he had been getting trnsted far and near, became nervous and secured the aid of Deputy Sheriff Woods in recovering the goods. The goods, comprising clothing, geuts' furnishings, shoee, etc. , and also the trunk the were sent away in, were found shipped to Chelsea. The officer made the student give np the check and the trunk was returned to the city and the goods turned over to the merchants owning them. The Wftshtenaw Mutual has had 4G I fire losses su f;ir this year. Mayor Walker lias appointed Joseph Blackburn poundmaster. Floyd Smith, son of D. E. Smith, of Salem, lost his left arm Mondy in a corn husking machine. Ypsilanti is overrun vpith burglars. Sumlay night tbey eeeured $100 worth of jewelry and table service from S. H. Rogers' residence. The prosecuting attorney haa been voted $400 extra pay by the board of supervisors for attending jnstico court cases and collecting the liquor tax. Thero are agents abont the oounty pelling flags to school houses for $7 and $8. It is said that the same flags can be purchased in this city for $3. 50. The supervisors yestorday let the contract to print the official prooeedings of their October session to the Argns and Conrier. The proceedings will be printed at once. John Smith.and family, express their sincere gratitnde to friends and relatives for their kiudness and Rympathy during the illness and death of his daughter, Mary E. Smitb. A discrepancy of $99 appears between the books of the county treasurer and those of the auditor general for 1893 and 1894. The county bas charged that muoh more than the state has credited. Mrs. Anna Boepple, mother of Mrs. Anton Teufel, died Tuesday eveniug at the home of her daughter, aged 83 years. The funeral occurred yesterday aftemoou frora the house, Rev. John Neurnaun offleiating. I, Martin Kapp, do hereby notify all persons not to trust my wife, Catherine Kapp, and any bilis charged to my account by her will not be aoknowledged y me, she having left my bed and board. Martin Kapp. Thi Ohristian Endeavor society of be Bethlehem church will give a pie social at the residence of MrB. Brehm, on "West Liberty street, Friday evening, iovembrr 1. Admission, two for five cents. Everyone is invited. James Allen, of Dexter township, ost his house and contents by fire' Wednesday morniug. The building was insured in tbe Wafthtenaw Mutual for p800 aud contents for $300. The origin of the fire is nnt known. A marriage lioense -was already for Dan J. Rofs' signature at the county clerk's office one day this week, when VIr. Ross said that he had a wife at lome who might object to his remarryng dnring her life time at least. Then it was feund that Mr. Ross desired to get put a deer license. Ex-Congrpssman O'Donnell, of Jaek=on, bas announced his candidaoy for the republioan gubernatorial nominatiou. What is the matter of running Mr. Gorman against him.shouM Editor O'Donnell be successful? Gorman once solvedO'Donnell for a home run, to speak in a base ball term. Holmes, tho greatest murderer in tlio annals of ninetnenth ceutury crime, is iionducting his owa defeuse in his trial ar Philadelpiha on the charge of killing JBenj. PietzPÏ. Holmes' biograpbers, like those of Guitean, claim tbat he once attended college here. Register of Deeds McKinstroy has sp.ut out notices to the attorneys of Washtenaw county tliat under the new law m additioual fee of 25 cents for recording warranty deeds is required. This fee goes to the county treasurer for his certifícate that all the tases have been paid for the previ ons five years. Announcenients have been received in the city of the wedding of Flora Mande Quigley, daughter of Mrs. Walter W. Arthnr Percival Will. the ceremony for which took place at Grand Rapids on the twenty-tbird instant. Before removing to Grand Rapids Mrs. Quigley and her daughter resided ou East University avenue. The following "fake" dispatch appeared in a St. Louis (Mo. ) paper reeently, showing how Dews (?) grows with distance from the snpposed scène of its oncurrence : Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 19 - A flre broko out at two o'clock this morning and burned 14 stores, a church, a newspaper office and several other buildings. No estímate of the losses and insnrance is yec possible. Ami Arbor hijL-Ii Bohooí o'ewn will pLiy the Detioit high sehuol v rarae of football at the fa;r tojuorow, game to be called at ren o'clock. Adinission, 25 cents; ladies, frce. The two elevens played last Satnrday in Detroit, resultinp: in a vicíory for Detroit by a score of 40 to 12, but the high school boys claim thafc their team is in much better shape uow than then. Dr. Theo. Klingmann, of Bay City, brother of Rov. Julias Kliuginann, aud son of Mie late Rev. Stephen Klingmann, of the Saiem chunh at Weinberg, in Sein, writes f rom Leipsig to a friend in Ann Arbor under date of October 11: "It is a week tomorrow since I arrived here safely after a pleasant voyage. This is quite a mee place and there are quite a great ruany thiugs of iuterest hero. The uuiversiiy is something enormons. The hospitals are very large and one c;m do a great deal of good work in the general hospital. There are between 1,200 to 1,500 beds filled nearly all the time, so they teil me. I have seen from two to four post mortems every day since I have been here.which gives me great opportunity for my special work. I have seeu a. nnmber of the great men here. They are all very agreeable and glad to havo you work with tliem. " His address is Arndt street, No. 10, where his friends can reach him by letter.