YPSILANTI, July 7. - There were about ninety Normal school graduates. - Eev. J. C. Boyden has resigned his position as pastor of the Baptist chureh. He will keep the pulpit here until the first of August. He has been appointed Financial Secretary of Kalamazoo College. - This afternoon John Kirk, aged about thirty-flve years, while intoxicated feil f rom a two-story windowin the rear of the Arcade block. He struck on hia head crushing it in and died after two hours of unconsciousness. -al tne last moment Ypsilanti decided to have a 4th of July celebration. There was a procession at noon, various kinds of races, an oration by C. K.Whitman, a dance in the evening and the usual display. The largest crowd of the day, unless it was for the fireworks at night, was at about 7 o'clock, when a couple of boys jumped from the topof Congress street bridge into the river. - The feat was accomplished three times, and there was something quite thrilling about it. The Ypsilanti City Band furnished excellent music all day. Ypsilaxti, July 7. Editor Archjs- Dear Sir : In your last issue I noticed you were advising our enterprising Mayor to invest his salary in Ann Arbor real estáte. This I consider unfair, for you have the Grand Tfunk Eailway assured, while we who are tryiug to work up a shoe factory here have had a committee working for a week to get the loan of that dollar. Don't take all from us.