Mrs. F. C. Bii9h has returned trom lier visit :it Ann Arbor. Sam Barnard, wife and daughtcr were in town the 4th inst. The remalnt of C. E. Ford of Mlnneapolis, Wis., were brought lien; on t!ie4th inst. The funeral took place at liis father's, E. W. Ford, and the rematas were loterred In tlie Mrorevillc cemetery. I noticc in the issue of the A. A. Argus of the 24th uit. the followins; : "Saline republiraus have sluit out prohibit.ion speakers frora the Saline school house exeept by the payinent of a heavy rental. Perhaps they think tiiia is the way to retain prohibltlon votes in the repnbllcan party." The i'acts are : Mr. Frank E. Jone?, the leailiiijr Uemocrat of Saline, nflered the resolution, and tlic entirc debate upon the resolution was by prominent demo crats. Wül the Argua have the fairnen to correct t ?