1 no Sai me Musical Union, asaisteu by the Misses Barr aud J. E. Fair, of Ypsilanti, and O. F. Berdau, viohnist, making in all a chorus of 40 performers, under tlie leadership of Prof. A.. P. Clark, our township school superintendent, gave a concert in ünion Hall on Friday evening, Maren 17th, which w3 well attended and highly appreoiated, the singing and playing beiug of a high order. Master E.lgar Stimpson, son of Orrin Stimpson, died of soarlet fever a few days ago and was buried in the ceraetery at Lodi, on Mondiy, 20th. On Tuesday morning Mr. Aduah Shaw, oue of the early pioneerf who settled at Ann Arbor yeai'S ago, but long a resident of Saline, was callod to hm rest at the ripe age of 80 years and rnore, his birthday being Feh. lOth. He was a good man, highly esteemed by all who knew him. Prof. M. L. D'Ooge, of Ann Arbor, is to de liver the next lecture ín Mr. Parsons' course, probably on the 7th of April. Theme : "A Month in Athens." The ladiea of the Presbytenan society are makiug extensive preparationa ior their proposed Centenuial Tea-Party. which is to come off ou Friday eveuing, March 31st. Tlie recant snow is scarcely enough for sleihing ; the " bobs," however, are uaing what there is of it. No revolution Itere as the result of the recent charter election. All quiet on the Saline brooklet. M. I. Chiganïtk.