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The following transactions in real estáte have boen recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds, during the past week ; Shepard H. Pierce to Christian Moeller, 100 acres oif sections 7 and 18, Sylvau. $6,000. Moses Bartlett to John Kirhn, 26 acres off section 20, Sharon. $1,200. Franklin D. Cumings to Byron Wight , lots 4 and 5 in block 21, E. Oongdon's third addition to Chelsea. $600. Bobt. T. Wheelock to Wm. Geer, 125 acres off section 3, Superior. $4,500. Bobt. T. Wheelock to John F. Packard, 38 acres off sectiou 3, Superior. $1,323.35. (Jhristian G. Lemau to John M. Leman, 3 1-4 acres off section 3, Sharon. Ellen Sprague to Michael Egan, the undivided one-fourth interest in 80 acres off section 27, Manchester. $720. John Armbruster to John Schnaider, lots on West Jefferson street, Second ward, Ann Arbor. $707. Ezekiel M. Tracy to Jas. G. Tracy, the undivided half interest in 46 acres off section 6, Manchester. $1,000. We have the February number of Harper's Magazine, the two week's delay in the issue of which came of waiting for the advanced chapters of George Eliot's new novel, Daniel Deronda, occupying 39 pages, and promising, the criücs say, to be one of that writer's most attractiye stories. The opening paper is Lyme, (Conn.), illustrated by views of its beautiful Bcenery and portraits of its noted men, the flrst portrait being that of Chief-Justice Waite ; Confessions of a Candidate, by Porte Crayon, may be autobiographical and its picturea render the story more vivid ; Vassar College, profusely illustrated, by Anna C. Brackett, pointe out both the virtues and defects of that institution, but the writer confesses to a preference to co-educatiou and the University of Michigan for her daughters if she had thera ; Garth, Julián Hawthorne's novel - weird as his father's stories - reaches its eleventh chaptor ; American Literature, by Edwin P. Whipple, is the sixteenth paper in the " First Century of the Bepublic '' series and is a valuable contribution ; Is the Valve of Utricularia Sensitive ? is the question Mrs. Mary Treat utternpts to answer from her own investigations ; and there are lasser etories, sketches, poems, with an " Easy Chair " and " Editor's Drawer " full of good things. Hae. pee & Beothees, New York. $4 a year ; with the A-oua, $4.80.