We are sorry to see the olil bad feeling, between the people of Ypsilanti and tliis city, agaln fanned into a flume liy thu papers. It is the sheerest nonsense that any but the best of feelingshould exist between these two places, as tliere s 110 c:iuse for anything else. The two should unite and pull together, and by so doing secure benefits for the entlre county. The people of ïpsilanti areenterprislnf;, widc-awake, energetic ; especially is tliis true of their business men. They are ever on tlie alert for the main chance, and they don't allow a good thing to pass thein by if it is araong the possibilities to capture it. Some of the very ilnest people of our county, socially, morally and intellectually reside in our neighboringcity. H isa bcautifulcity, too, with grand old trees shading its streets and drives, and but few places in our oommom wealth can equal it in that respect. It lias one sour editor, to be sure, wlio is always e;rowling about it, but that shouldn't be laid up against the place. lts normal school has an excellent reputation kh rougeout the state, and it bas niany other advan tages to be proud of. We also believe Ann Arbor to be a beautiful city, and to possess niany advantages. Itisjust now meeting with successandadvancement in a business point of view, which a competición in freights, the execllency of ts institutionsof learning, and the unparalleled prosperity of the entlre country has brought to it. Our people do not boastfully proclaim this, but wear thcir promotion gracefully, belioving that they have worked bard for it and descrve it These two sister cities, rich in all that goos to muke a dcsiruble residuuce for all good, luw abiding citi.ens, have no cause for hair puiling or face pummeling. On thecontrary, being in the same county, they should unite in everythiug thatwould tend to help the county. There is no reason why they should not dweil together in peace and harmony. To heap abuse upon and vilify onr people simply becausethey live in Ann Arbor, as the Sentinel luis in the item quoted in another portlon of this paper, is simply weak and cliildish, the ptlerilevaporings of a thoioughly souii'd niisantbrope.