The approaching marriage of Kate. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick ] Leonard, of Northfield, and Williani 1 Balden of the same place is ed. It will be solemnized in St. Patrick's Catholic church in Northfield, ïïov. 8, at 9 o'clock a. m. Dr. Lesuer held his weekly clinic this afternoou. One of the important operations was one of gastronomy, which is a radical stomach operation. 3t was for the pnrpose of discovery, to see if a further operation for cáncer wonld be necessary or not. Lonis F. Lutz, of Byrou. Shiawasse eounty, formerly with Joe T. Jacobs, yesterday sold out his stock of clothxag. Mr. Lutz will devote his time to lookiug after his real estáte investjnents. His friends in this eounty wisb him success in whatever he may undertake. The remains of Daniel Tilden were taken to Port Huron this moming on a speseial funeral r of the trolley road. Li Detroit they will be transferred to the Grand Trunk road. liemebrs of Golden Rule Lodge, No. 139, F. & A. M., acted as pall bearers in Ann Arbor. Dnring the college year 1898-99 8,000 patients were treated in the operatiug clinic in the dental departTnent of the University of Michigan. The number of operations performed -was 12,382; the number of cleanings ."94, and extractions ! 800. Six thousaud uine hundred and eight-nine gold fillmgs were made, 1,985 plastic filliiigs aud 1,919 treatments. The uum)er crowns made was 129. Secretary Childs. of the Washtenaw farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. , says their polioy lioltiers are promptly paying up their assessments. The prospects for this year are faovrable for the company. the losses so far, from August 30, when the assessment ■was declared, are only 2(5 cents, as against last year for the same time $2. 10. What made the increase last year were five losses by lightning which oceurred in September. From Saturday's Daily. The Delhi school c-losed yesterday for a week's vacatiou. The scholars are happy. The registration in the medical de' partment Nov. 1 was 493, and it will uudoubtedly go over 500. This is by lar the largest registration in the history of the departement. The son of Danel Barry, of Northfield,.recently cut by a circular saw, died of his injuires this morniug. The parents of the young man have the smpathy of the community. Tlie Eebeecas oí Lois Lodge gave a delightful social last evening. Front 6 to 8 o'clock supper was served, and iorm-8 to 10 o'clock the young people danced. The Y. M. C. A. Band furnished the music. Ex-Senator Richard Masón, of Gladstone, has located hére for a permanent residence. He is living at the TIrs. Halleek honse on S. State st. He was state senator dnring the sesjáons of '95 and '97. The reception given to students at ' the Bethlêhem Evangelical church last eveuing, in spite of the bad weather, was well attended, and everybody had a good time. Prof. J. A. C. Hildner's talk on Germany and its customs was very interesting. t Refreshments were served. j The funeral services of William Brainerd, of Saline, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late residenee. They will be conducted by the Masons, Mr. Brainerd being one of the oldest members of the faaternity in the village. He died on Thnrsiay. There is a "maguetichealer'' in Detroit who is doing a great anionnt of advertising vinder the flaring headlines "The Talkof Ann Arbor, Is Mrs. Lydia Whitford, Who Was so Quiekly Restored to Health by Magnetie Treatment. ' ' The latest directory gives 110 . such name as Lydia Whitford, and ' body can be fomid who has lieard of the "wonderí'ul" cure. The fcwidffW of the late Edward ',. Moore, of Scio, died this morning. j aged 75 years, fi mónths and 1 day. The funeral services will be held at her late home on Mönday morning at 10 o'olock and at St Andrew's Episcopal church at 11:80 o'clock. Mrs. Moore was born at or near Gedney, Lincolnshire, England, and was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Stevensou Read. She emigrated with her husband to his country in 1847. Their union was blessed with seven children, of whom four - two sons, George and John. of Scio, and two daughters, Emma, wife of John Bntters.of Polaska, Jackson county, and Clara, wife of Charles Knight, of Scio - survive her. Mrs. Moore was a kind neighbor. and had many friends. Last Wednesday afternoon at the Congregational and Methodist church at Newport, was solemnized the marriage of Rev. H. G. Pearce, of Carleton, and Miss Emma Buhl, of Newport. The ceremony was performed by Rev. F. E. Pearce, of Whitmore Lake, father of the groom. At the conclusión of the ceremony the bridal party was driven to the home of the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Buhl.where a reception was held f rom 3 -.30 until 5 o'clock, at which the happy eouplejreceived the eongratulations of over 300 frieuds. Rev. Pearce is the pastor of the Carleton circuit, and one of the brightest and most promisine voung ministers in the Detroit conference, aiid the bride is one of the most popular and aceomplished young ladies iu the cormty. Their ootmtless frieuds unite in wishing the happy couple a line of eontinuous happiness. - Monroe Democrat. From Monday's Dailv Areus. The treasury of the university was replenished Saturday with 50 ceuts paid by a law ■ student for marring a seat. F. Staebler, an extra man on the American Express wagon, was injured at the Michigan Central depot on Saturday. He was handling a box, when the 'handle canie off. He feil over baekward and will be laid up for a couple of weeks. George Haupt. carver of the Michigan Furniture Co., who was injured Oct.25, had the index fingerof his left hand amputated by Dr. John Kapp, Saturday. The doctor tried to save it, but the bone was too badly hnrt, and the finger would have remained stiff. The many friends of Miss Daisy Burke will be pleased to learn that she has been selected as solo soprano for the Point Breeze Presbyterian church, Pittsburg, Pa., at a fine salary. The Point Breer.e Presbyterian chureh is one of the wealthiest in Pit ts burg, and Miss Bnrke was selected in preference to one of the most popular concert sopranos in that city. It is a fine appreciation of one of Aun Arbor's most artistic musicians.