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Day
2
Month
July
Year
1884
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Public Domain
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A dividend of Z% per cent. payable July lOth lias been (echired by the Farmers' and Mechantes' biink. At a meeting of the Krause MCg. Co. la-t Monday night tlie directora for ths last year were re-elccted for tlie ensuing year, namelj, J. M. Wheeler, Prerident, Edward Treadwell, viee-president, Win. Maerkle, secretary and treasurer, Daniel Iliscock, Henry Krause, Hanson Sessions and Moses Seabolt. The stock of the cotnpany is $40,000. Business for the past year has been lighter than during the previous year, but a decided increase the ensulog year is looked for. .T. Emmet llobison and Ilarry W. J liiwiey are spending a few days at Wliitniore this week. By-lhe-bye,Hnrry leaves us tlie latter part of the week to accept a position on the Detroit Post ai.d Tribune, recently tendered hiin. Ilarry has for sorae time past been the very efficiënt city editor of the Register. We take pleasme ín extendingour congratulations. V. B. 'liambcrlain suceceds Mr. Hawley on the lïegister. One of the pleasantest reunions of commencement week was tbat of tlie Beta Tlieta Pi fratcrnity, on Wednesday. Tlic banquet, in the eveuing, at Ilank's was a fine one, and the evening's pleaaure was not a Hule enhaneed by the presence of Messrs. J. H. Grant, W. T. Wliedon, O. F. Ilunt, and D. E. Osborne, the Beta Theta Pi (iiiartette, tliat several yean sinoe attained quite a reputation :it the Universit}'. Tlie occasion will nolbe forKOtten soon by the participant. J. E. Beal, J.A. (,'úse and A.S. Whitney are thedclegates of Lambda Cbapter to the 4öth annual convention of the Beta Tlieta Pi Fraternlty, to be lield at Chaulanqiia, N. Y., August 4-9 uext. 'l'lie ultcniates are l). K. Uochvane, J. C. Shattuck and (Jeorge Whyte. Tlie change of place of holding the convention was but recently made from Cleveland, O., to Chnutauqua, 1 1 1 1 r latter bei dj; chown for this yeai's sessions becaase of its tnany peculiar and natural advantagei at this seaaon of the year, and also from the fact that a Largo club liouíe is being built on rrounds o ned and being titted up bynieinbers of the fraternlty, aflbrding thus all of the pleasurea of a Eumtner retort. I Ík firc departtuenl no i' S:ilino ón thc Kouitli. Char. E. Bond, pbarmlo '84, left for lila home i n 8andy Spriugs, Mil., lasi night. gpr. Darllng attended tlic ínoetinj: of i he county medical society In Ypsilantl Mondny.

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Ann Arbor Courier
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