In Plat Rock, aome one swiped the tea kettle belonging to the Aid Society of the M. E. ehurcb. Abont the time the tea kettle disappeared, Mrs. D. Kittle refurned froru a visit at Pontia. Mre. D Kittle knew nothing abont the T. Keti Ie, however. Paul SebaU has put three elegant new barber chaits into his shop on W. Washington st. This is an evidence of prosperity which Mr. Schall's friends will note with pleasnre. - Ann Arbor Argos. Oh that Dingley bill brings out the vshiskers. The barber business is bonnd to flourish under proteotion. Other laborers floniish nnder the Dingley bil], and Paul Schall also. The Times and the Argns have begon a crnsade against. tbe gang of loafers who hang around the entranoe to the opera house block. - Ann Arbor Regisier. Tfaose papers are too particular. Why don't they ]et 'era hang? They ought, rather to step in and help hang a few of them. Loafers like tfaat, deserve to hang, and people shonld not be too sensitive over little matters. String 'm np, and after a wbile there won't be so many to bang.