Marshal Loveland reporta the number of arrests made for the quarter ending August first, as follws : For selling intoxicating drinks to drunkards and tipplers, 2 ; for keeping saloon open on Sunday, ö ; for drunkenness and disorderly conduct, 28 ; for Belling intoxicating liquors, 2 ; for larceny, 4 ; for keeping a saloon without a license, 1 ; for indecent exposure of person, 2 ; for breach of the peace and disorderly conduot, 2 ; for selling intoxicating liquors to minors, 1 ; tor vagrancy, 4 ; tor assault and battery, 2. Total, 53. Amount received as officera' fees, $33. - The report of Justice McMahon, for same quarter, show fines imposed, as follovrs : John M. Gould, violating Sunday ordmance, $10 ; Charles Kitson, same offense, $10; Geo. W. Healey, omnibus runner, 10 cents ; David Pickett, drunk, $2; John Phillips, drunk, $1 Charles Kendall, drunk, $1 ; Mary Lang, drunk $3 ; Eobert Smith, drunk, J5 ; Anna M. Beiser keeping a saloon without a license, $5 ; Thos Courtney, obscene conduct, $10 ; and F. B. Hall fast driving, $1. Total, $48.20. The only place to purchase goods cheap fo cash, is at the Ann Arbor Trading Association, wher they are selling all kinds of Dry Uoods cheap- t tlose out the: r Suminer stocs. 1485tf G. W. HAY3, Supt. Rev. Charles H. Brigham, of thia city, is tht worthy recipiënt of a new honor, this time conferrecl by one of the most learned foreign societies. We copy from the Boston Transcript : " American scholarBhip has again been acknowledged and complimented abroad in the peraon of Rev. Charlea H. Brigham, ot Ann Arbor, that gentlemen haviug been chosen a membei1 ol the Germán Oriental Society, the leading society of this kind m the world. Mr. Brigham has been widely known here at home as among our most industrious students and prolific and versatile writera. Hia acquisitions have also been eularged by extensivo travele in western and southern Europe, while they have not iuterfered with his success as a valued and esteemed preacher of the XJuitarian denomination to which he belongs. His many f riends and associates in this his native city and in other communitics will congratúlate him heartily on the testimony to his ability that has come from a land of erudition and from tliose who know how to value all depertments of learning ; and they will do this all the more from their own conviction that the recipiënt of the honor conferred fully merits it as a fairly earned tribute to tire[ess and honeat intellectual work."