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- Court convenes on Tuesri;iy ncxt. - Iluron Street west is being graded, a long Deoded improveraent. - Mack Sc Sclimid are the only agents for Butterick's patterns in tho city. - Anti Árbor Lodge of United Workmen held a social gathcring at tlieirhall on Wednesday Vening. - Ann Arbor Maennerohor contémplate an excursión to Toledo on the 22d of tbis month. Fare $1 round trip. - County Treasurer Fairchüd has received from various sources since Jan. 1, $135,005 14, and has paid out $131,Í50 02. - James A. Ogden and Èlizabeth Eutherford of this city, lately of the Queen'e Dominion went into Justice Granger's court ou Thursday of last week, and were wedlocked. - Gentlemen composing the brass band have perfocted An organizition by the election of John Chase, President. Henry A. Hatch, Socrotary, Chas. M. iones, Treasürer. - At annual election of the Leavenworth Gas Company, held at Leavenworth, Kansas, last week, E. C. Seaman, Wm. D. Harriman and Philip Bach of Ann Arbor, Edwin Heuning of Chicago, and John Grim per of Leavenwortb, were elected directora. - The different fire companies of the èity indulged in a friendly contest Tuesday evening of last week, Protection Fire Company 'No. 1 bciug the winner. That company performed the feat of ranninjr 200 yards, breaking coupling, laying 100 feet of hose and throwïng a streani 150 feet through the same, in one ainute and sixteen seconds. - Justice Granger went over to hotel fle Case on Monday to examino Arthur E. Delf, confined on charge of larceny from museum, on a second charge of liurglarizing the hat and cap store of Terry, last winter. Delf waived exnmination, and he was recommitted in defanlt of $500 bail provided hebe able to secure bail for offense number one. - In the University chancery suit an order from Judge Morris was served on Dr. Rose on Saturday last for him, Kose, to show cause at the opening of the courfc on the 17th instant why he should not be punished for alleged misconduct in neglecting or refusing to return to the files of the court certain exhibits in lijs hands oc control after having been repeaítediyTequcsted to make suoh roturn. - At a meeting of the trustees of the Michigan Mutual Benefit Association fceld at Firemens' Hall on Wednesday evening, callod for the purpose of organizing a local board, the following gentlemen were elected ofiicers : Pres.,Cyrus A. Lewis ; Vice-Pres., A. W. Harailton ; 8ecy., Chas. E. Hiscock; Traas., A. L. Noble; Medical Exatniners, Drs. W. B. Sinith and W. F. Breakey ; Advisory Committee, W. C. Stevens, P. B. Rose, John Kapp, Charles S. Fd.ll, and H. J. JBrown. Medical exaroinations will be ccepted by either Dr. Stevens or Kapp. - Sheriff Case ciosed the tea store of SCcLean on Wedneeday by order of four attachments in favor of Delia SI. Ituck, Gregory and James, Sondheim and Marx, clothiers, for indebteduws apgregating f326. Tneiate propvictorieft the city on Sundaj' and at last acceant was in "Canada. He bogan trade lust autumn, has been doing a good business and leaves about $1500 etook on hand. Hi eudden flight acroes the line gives rise to nspicion tfaat he has placeS timself in sonie aerious dileiriraa ihat he proposes to escape in time. - From the High School there will gTsdsate, STriday, Juno '20, sixty-onestudentg, thirty-five of whoiu aro young ladies, and twenty-six young gnntletnen. Commencement exercises will begin at 10 A. M. ïhe foliowing graduates, standing tho highest iu their class8, iiare beon chosen to take part in ■the Lidies- Julia E. Bell, Jane C. Bliss, Lizzie Gr. Coopsr, Nora Lee, Annie Condón, Amy A.Oreott, An■nie F. Taylor, Flora MeDougall, Kitty TanHarlinger, and Julia F. Wilson. Gentlemen - James M. Thompson, Wm. G. Clark, C. N. Smith, Henry P. Page, Thomas G. Clayton, and estarlos W. T!,.locr.;


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