We were pleasantly surprised to see the large and pleasant gathering at the donation in the AI. E. church last Friday evening. The total receipta were $121.00. On Tuesday lastanother large shipment of sheep was made from this place by Wm. Judson. It consisted of' seven car loado, or 1,800 sheep- 200 of the sheep were valuable bucks. The new village board held their first meeting in the village room in the new town hall last Monday evening, and express themselves as well pleased with it. They will meet to-morrow (Friday) evening in extra session. DKXTEB. From the Leader. The Congreirationalists have received their communion service; cost $35. Solid silver, and beautiful. W. W. Tozer has sold his fine farm of 160 acres, and his village property adjoinlng, to H. I. Phelps, receiving for it $10,000. Mr. Tozer's family will probably move to Ann Arbor, where their daughter Louie is attending the University. They will be missed Ly their large circle of friends In thie communlty, where they are very highly esteemed. MANCHESTER. From the Enterprise. Our business men seem to be tlow in taking hold of the telephone business. Onr friend, Johu A. McMahon, son of Joseph McMahon. took his friends by surprise Saturday, by visiting Saline and claiming Miss Addie Riggs as his bride. Klisha Steadinan has sold his farm sonth of town and will move to St. Johns, near whicli place he has bought another farm. Mr. S. has been a resident with us for niany years. SALINE. From the Observer The teniperance meeting Sunday evening was aodrewed by M. F. Quiñón, a lawyer of Ann Arbor. We liave only space enougli this morninjr to say that the donation held for Rev. J. C. Wortley, at his residence last evening, was a píeasant social success - a large attendanee and the exchequer fllled up to the handsome total of some $89.00. TPSILANTI. From the Commerciml. The Normal school closed March 22d, for the spring vacal ion. Aíter a ten dayg interinission, it again rcopens on April 2d. From the Sentinel. They do say the Commissioner of Emigration will boom our mineral water in his next edition of ''the Resources of Michigan." From the Ypiilant'an. It sures giimt pleasure to announce tliatthe establishment of bath-rooms, with every auxilliary, 8 now assured, and that the mineral water is to be taken advantage of. The owners of the well have entered mto an agreement with a company now forming to niake the investment. The present location is near the well, beingthe property owned by Mis. Harriet Coruwell on Stewart sti-eet, and six or eight baths will be prepared at once, and the residence fitled up in the best manner for revojjumi o.m niH! ¦ ui ¦ - ¦ Mlnciol c.J fresh water will be purnped up, and steam heating furnished by the Ypsilanti Paper Company.