Have yo seen Henry Binder's squaw? ABunchof Keys" Opera House, September 12th. r . . A new gutter is being put down In front of Keek & Co.'s. The First National Bank room is undergoing improvements. Great New York success of 100 nights, "A Bunch of Keys." C. E. Wagner will look throujjh a Frenen plate front soon. A post of the G. A. R. will be organized in Ypsilanti to-morrow evening. Eiglity went from this place on the Putin-Bay excursión last Wednesday. Weunderstand the lumber is being drawn for a sidewalk around the Bower place. r r . We had no use for a well-filled bottle dropped on the Couriek steps Tuesday night. _____- Don't forget John T. Raymond at the opera house to-nlght in bis new play, " In Paradise." We learn Dr. Kapp is about ready for the hunting trip up north. Oh, deer, how they'll suffer! Company A's inspection and hops begin the first Monday In Oitoberand end at that time in May. Dr. Wilson'á residence on División street presents a new appearance with the recent improvements: Rev. Thomas J. Pope, father of Dr. R. B. Pope, will speak at the Sunday afternoon temperance meeting at 3 o'clock in Cropsey's Hall. We learn that Mrs. J. M. Chase will open a school for children on the lOth lnst., at the corner of Williams and Thompson street. Mr. Peterson, manager of the telegraphic institute, informs us that they will take pleasure at all times in showing visitors the working of the school. The temperance ticket carne out ahead in Jackson last Monday as t did here, the ladies turning out in goodly numbers to exercise their right to vote. A special excursión will leave Detroit for Petoskey on Tuesday, September llth. Tickets good for return until September 20th, inclusive. Fare, $5.00. Hampton, of St. James fame, was given three and one-half years in the penitentiary by the Pontlac court, on the charge of 8tealing $140. from Mr. French. No preaehing win be held at the Congregational church on next or the followJng Suniiay, but the other services through the week will be observed as usual. The Ann Arbor branch of the Michigan State Temperance Alliance on Wednesday evening last voted over to the State Prohibition fund the balance of stock subecribed by them. Prof. Davis with several asslstants is surveying the Huron from this pointeast toward Geddes for the purpose of settling several questions coucerningthe inill dam for that place. The work will occupy the surveyors about three weeks jet. At tho Pomológica! meeting on Saturday afternoon the marketing of fruit and the showing which the society should make at the State Fair among others were the questions under discussion. For the splendid floral display a resolution of thanks was tendered Mr. Toms. The Unitarian Church reopens next Sunday. Mr, Sundeiland will be away for perhaps three weeks. The pulpit will be filled the firstand second Sundays by Rev. A. N. Alcottof Kalamazoo, and the tliird by Kev. S. W. Sample of Hillsdale. Services both morning und evening. The flrst English tricycle for Ann Arbor, ordercd last May froin England, appeared on our streets Snturday evening, and attracted quite a number of lookers-on. Thesmall wheel is In the rear, tlie machine being guided by tb e back. It is a novelty and will be the property of ex-treasurer Fairchild. Last Friday as Herman Stabler of PittsDeld township was returning home from a neighbor's, where hc had beea helping to thrash, he stepped into a woodchuck hole lalling backwards and receiving internal injuries from which he died on Saturday. He was crossing the woods of Christian Reyer. Monday has come and gone. The election is over with, and Ann Arbor may enjoy the novelty of a lady on the Board of Education, for the following is tne result : Samuel Haskell 293 votes. Mtb. Sarah H. Bishop '289 " Thomas P.Wilson,...„ 285 " W. W. Whedon,.. 270 ' Israel Hall, 26.5 ¦ thrl8tlan Mack, 262 " At the. annual meeting of the Washtenaw County Pioneer Society held at the court house on Wednesday there was a good attendance. 13 deaths for the lastquarter were reported,making98 in al during the year. At the afternoon session Florus S. Findley of Ypsilanti was elect1 President, L. Davis, of this place Secretary, and H. Carpenter, of this city freasurer. Twenty-two vice-presidents were elected, Deacon Loren Mills acting &a such for Ann Arbor. An executive wmmittee of five were appointed wit! "avid Depue as chairman.