Byron Camp, of Ann Arbor town, aged 85 years old, is snriously ill. A prominent Ypsilanti repnblicaD says tbere are tbree candidatos foi the postmasterehip of tbat city: Ben i Kief, Charles Stevens and Hiram Bouteil. - Times. Wm, Folz, who was so terribly injured in the Whitmoio Lake ioe house disaster, shows but slight signs of improvement. His wife bas arrived Erom Lockport, N. Y. , and is aow caring Eor him. Mrs. Wm. DickersoD, of Detroit, who recently snffered a stroke of paral - ysis at the home of her sister, Mrs. 3eorge McElcheran, of Ypsilanti, ia sinking very rapidly with bnt slight aopes for her reoovery. The sooial held at Roger Crippen's, of Snperior, on Thnrsday evening of last week, for the benefit of the Cripjen school, was wel! attended. Musio was rendered by Lyroan l'ettiboue, Miss Ida Thnmm and Harvey Keed, after which refresbments were served. All present had a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Anna Tenfel, widow of the lato Christopher Tenfel, of Ysilanti, died Monday afternoon, of consumption, aged 55 years. Mr. Teufel died seven months ago, a danghter died three months ago, and now one danghter, Bertha. is all that is left of the family. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon. James A. Blackmar, of Belleville, was mairied Tuesday afternoon at the resideuce of and by Rev. Mr. Hill, pastor of the Willis Methodist Episoopal chnich, to the widow of the late Alvah Pratt. The happy conple will make their bome at Willis, wbeie Mr. Blaokmar is quite beavily interested in real estáte. In the whist contest between the U. of M. and Ypsilanti Saturday nighr the college team won by one point. Thirty-two trays were played. Messrs. Rogers, James, Cook, Woodrnff, Carpeuter, Wilber and Lawrence repiesented Ypsilanti. Mr. Rogers saya the U. of M. boys play the oleanest whist that he ever rnbbed up agaiuat. - Times. Seuator McMillen bas added to his already generons gifts to the Shakespearean library of the nniveisity 152 more volumes and pamphlets, dnplicates from the memorial Shakespeare library in Birmingham, England. The list inclndes four fac-simile qnarto editions of "Hamlet, " and texts of plays in Frenob, Germán, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Greek and even Frisian, besides much oritical matter.