-Martin Plan, of I'ittsiield. is to remove to Ann Arbor. A. J. Lee, of Manchester, has reeeived a pensión of $6 per month, and $1,000 back pay. .Mrs. t Ridder, of Saline, expects to take up her residence at Washington D. C, befbre long. Perry Palmer and Miss Ann E. Stepbens, both of Chelsea, were iiniteil in marrhijfJ, My 7th. Wheat looks well generally, on clav land it looks line, hut on tand knolls there are gome bare spots.- Manchester Enterprise. F. E. Jones has racceeded in procuring a pension of $8 per month for Mrs. Ellzabetli Fowler, of this vil lage.- Saline Observer. Miss Annie Phelps, of Dexter, was marrled recently, to Mr. John V. B. Gtoodrlcb, a lawyer of Cooperville, Ottawa Co., Rev. A. B. Wood tying the knot Wm. Glover.who bas just returned from Altamonte, Fla., reporta everything lovely. He has been offered $3.000 for bis burgain in lands, there- Chelsea Hrald. The Stebbins building which bnrned down at Ypsilanti last week, was one of the old landmarks baving been ereoted in 1838. The Kennedy building was built in 1841, and the Haskius ijl 1842. C. T. Conidio has advice from his gardner in Florida, that hewill probably have bananal and Iplneapples on his " plantation" this fall. Mr. Oonklin will hnve them sent tu hlm .¦ -Phaltaa MoruU Tlie Manchester Enterprie man isgettiiiir vciy earnest. üearhim: " The Liikc Büore Ry. Ou. ougiitio enner ouud a new depot building in thlgTlllage ormove the Vpsilanti branch buildini; over to the Jackson branch and fit it up for a depot. The present waiting room is a disgrace to the road and the village." As will be noticed by the council proceedings W. H. Davenport oflers to sell the lire-engine and house to the villaje Corporation lor live hundred dollars. The conimittee appointed will investígate before purchasing, however, and if they are able to do better elsewhere, do not feel ander obligations to accept Mr. Davenport's generous ofter. - Saline übserver. The Tpsilanti common council at their last meeting elccted the following oftlcers for the ensuing year : City Clerk- Frank Joslyn. " Attorney- Thomas NInde. ¦' Marshal- Martin Cramer. " Physlclan- dward Batewell. ' Hup't of Poor- N. G. LaRue. " l'reasurer- D. C. Batchelder. " Surveyor-Chas. J. Woodard. " Poundmnster lst dls't- N. Harrlngtou. ' 2d ' -John Peurl.