Kcported tliat D. II. Fuller and family will soon leaye for Florida to spend several montus in tlmt beautiful land. Mr. Fuller has a brother in Altamonte. Prof. Carpenter, of the Michigan Agricultural College, was ia town TuesdiTy evening, to make arrangement for the instituto which will be hekl here next month. We hope every farmer will make it a polnt to be present at these meetings. DEXTER. From the Leader. I5y rcference to the official verdict of the eoroner's jury in the case of the death of James Kabbitt, it will be observed that the verdict was "accidental drowning," instead of the one so widely publlsheU. MANCHESTER. From the Kntcrpnsc. The January meeting of the Southern Washtenaw Farmers Ulub will be held at the residencc of L. I). VVatkinson the 4th. W. J. Millard, of Clayville, X. Y, son of the late S. A. Millard. is in town looking after the interosts of his farm, west oï the vil lage. On Saturday A. F. Freeman, Egq., ieceived a quantity of oranges from Mr. Swan of Tecumseh, who lias an orangê grove In Florida, and he very generously passed them around. therefore we carne In for a sample. They weie very juicy and fine flavored. SALINE. From the Observer. Ulereare 86 commercial travelers living in Ypsllautl. TUeyare to give a banquet at the Hawkins house parlors Saturday evening, December 23d. Wm. Clough, living three miles west of here, met with a severe accident Friday morning. He was cleaning the hind feet of one of.'his horses, when the animal suddcnly kicked him, forcing .liiin against a post near by, which he struck insuch a mauner as to cut his head badly. Dr. Watsou attended the patiënt and he 3 setting along nicely. TPSILANTI. From the Ypsilantlan. Dr. E. E. Douglass ol Stony Creek has been sentenced to four years In the Detroit House of Correetion for pension frauds. The Mineral Bath Company'expect Wilbur F. Story of the Chicago 'Times to be among its tirst noted guests. Mr. Story and tamily will be entertained by Mr. C. Cornwell. From the Commercial. Wednesday afteraoon, as two ladie and a chikl were crossing the track at the depot in a buggy, the horse, fnghtened by the cars, began backing up in imminent danger of upsetting, when Ben Thompson, wbo was on the sidewalk, sprang to the rescue and caught the horse, averting what might have been a serious accident.