The Michigan Monthly Bnlletin of vital statistics is just out showing that 3,778 people died in this state,in the nouth of February of whora 1 ,803 were over G5 years of age and 939 uuder four, while there were 127 still )irthg. The deaths from consumption were 196, from other tuberculosis 55, 'rom typhoid fever 28, diphtheria 25, scarlet fever 9, measles 16, wboopins cough 25. pnenmooia 6S2, spinal raeungitis 74, influenza 721, cáncer 10, violerice 12. The deaths in this county in Febrniry numbered 83, of wbich 35 were over 65 years of age. In Washtena there were 17 deuths from influenza, 13 from pneumonía, 4 cáncer, 2 violence, 2 puerperal septicemia, 4 consumption, 1 diptheria and 1 whoopingcough. The deaths in Pebrnary iu Auu ArDor city were 17 and in Ypsilanti 10. [u the villages the deaths were: Manchester o, Chelsea SS, Milán íi, Dextei 2. Iu the townships, Manchester and Northfield each had 4 deaths; Ann bor, Augusta, Bridgewater, Lima, Lodi. Salem, Sharon and YorkJ each had 3 deaths; Dexter, Pittsfield, Scio, Superior and Webster each had 2 deaths; Freedorn had 1 death, while Lyndon, Saliue, Sylvan, Ypsilanti towu aud Salina village reported no deaths. Tfie monthly meau of temperatnre in the southern tier of counties was 14.1 degrees which was about 7 degrees colder than the average temperatnre ïu Febrnary of previous years. There were 10 clear days, 10 clondy days and 8 pai'tly cloudy days.