Miss Anna Rsilly bas been appointed delivery clerk at the Ann Arbor post office, vice Miss Sarah (ï. Come resigned. Tbe four mernbers of the Stndents' Leoture Assooiation have been given 24 honra ia whieb to make good the shortage in the Nansen lectura fonds. If tbey fail to do so, the whole matter wül be referred to the faculty. Sotne rniscbievoos cnss set fire to a load of hay that had been left standing on tha hay market Wednesday night. It nearly sraoked oat tbe inhabitants of the jail and burued up the load of hay fnd the biggest part of the wagon. It was á mean, low spirited aotion and deserves severe punishnient. ■ Tbe first bulletin of news for the weekly press of Michigan has been mailed and offloially denns tbe report that President Augell will not return. This shonld erïectually set at rest all the maliioous rumora and newspaper aritcles that have been afloat to the oontrary. It also anuounces that Wagners' "Piying Dotcbrnan" will be given at the May Festival. A subject of great speoulation among his friends always bas been the marriage of Hudson T. Morton. Last night however, at 9 o'clook it beoame an aocomplished fact and Mr. Morton was married to Miss Anna C. Fredlund, forraerly of Ishpemiug, but now of this city. Eev. V. L. Tedrow perforined the marriage ceremony. Mr. and Mis. Morton left oa the ruidnight train for Chicago for a brief wedding trip. At tbe train a huge boquet oí' brida! roses, tied with white satiu ribboa, was in waiting for the conple with the complimenls and best wishes of his brother Masons of Golden Role Lodge, No. 159, F. & A. M. The Argus wishes Mr. and Mrs. Morton all possible happiness in their wedding life.