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A Cari. Mr. Eiuil Clfiff wishes tu retara tlianks to tho pcople of Ana Arbor for their very great kiLdness to beraad heryoung lamí y. du:ing the death and burial of the husband and father. Also for tbe liberal donatioua whioh she has rcceived through tlic influence of Mrs. Dr. Hardeyand others. May the gootl Lord reward them. , Biii, :í.kvf. Ann Arbor, Jan. . 18 Michigan State Press Assodatlon. The annual meeting of the Michigan State Piess Assooiation will be held at Aun Arbiir on Tu ni) a v, Jan. 27th at ten o'clnck a. M, Be iies the ordinary business of the anima! rueeting of the asaodatíon, ten-minuto papera will b by the gentlemen nan,ed, upon tllbj follows : ''Dead Beate," by Mr.Wm. E. Q of the Detroit Freo 1' "Wild-Cat NeWKpapers." by Mr. Gil. R. Ostnun, of the Detroit Evening 11 Srewspapers and the Law of Lihèl, by Mr. Nütlian Church, of the Rápida Times. "The Early Newspaper History of Detroit," by Mr. Silas Farmer, of Detroit. " NewspaiT Make-Up;" five miontes talk by Mr. Win. Xau Buren, of the Lu - sing llopublican. A paper is aleo ekpeoted from Mr Willard, of the Battle Crcek Journal. A brief' bTOgraphioal sketch of th! late Mr. Scth l wís, formerly of the Marshall Statesman, will be read by Mr. of thc Expounder. Brief biographical sketches of Messrs. RufüB llu-m Hcnry Barnes are expected frotn Mr. I! 1'. Johnstonc, of' the Michigan Farmer, and Mr. Joseph Warren, ol' th.e Bay ('ii Tribune. TIn-si' sketches are expeoted to f'orm a part of the permanent archi the asMiciation, and will lie yalu -Me a ial for the futuic pn í' the State. It is hoped that niembers of the as tion will be prepared to bring siíbji interest and importanoe beíbre the i ing, by resolution or otherwise, and to in their dipcussion. The meetings of the the asMOciation should be of great n and valué to the profession, not only in considering important business mattere, but also in promoting more intímate personal relations bctwccn pr ntlemen of the Michigan press. Tho University City will extend a cordial weleoine on this ooaasion. It is hoped that there will be a large attendanco, and that the meeting inay prove both ploasant and profitable. GBO. 1'. BANFORD, I'ns't. EDWIN B, HOBKIKS, Seo'y.