- Holly roted 246 ballot to bond the village for water workj and only 12 against. - The corner-stono for the new Unitarian churoh in Jackson was laid July 30, without ceremonies. - Republicana eleoted Sam'l H. Noron mayor of Fontiso by nine majority over Porter A. Hitchcock. -The M. E. Church at Marshall bas een sold on a mortgage for f4,600.- The whole amouut of the debt was $5,500. - Tecumseh Hemld has the base ball !-r ba. t - ' ■■ ■ - - natch game is altogether too much this ïot weather. - At Jaekson on Thursday of last week, major Fitzsiinmons of Tecuraseh was elected uolonel of Michigan' first uilitia regiment. - Cnpt. J. D. Ronan of Monroe, will ie orator of the day at the reunión of the lóth Michigan Infantry, at Deerfield, August 14tb. - Mrs. D loiel Williams, of Morenci, ook oold piaen and asked her husband n to bbb her die, but thp dying did not take place - much to her disappointment. -John Hanvech of Krenchtown, Monroe county, lost his barn, all his crops, a uowuijí machine and span of horses by ightning, which set his barn on fire on the 34. - The time for holding the reunión of he Bailors and soldiers of Lenawee county at Hudson, has been cbanged 'rom the 12th of August to the 21st of August. - James Collins, oolored, of Adrián, opened a letter containing a check for ?S-1, which was meant foranother James Uollins. He had the check oashed and now abides in jail. - The Hastings Banner is responsible for the statement that Governor Croswell is to enter the rosy reaira of married Hfe again - his partner to be a faire adye of Charlotte. - A Weston, Lenawee county, farmer was ejeoted from the house he was occuying on a chtirge of non-pyment of reut. He revenged the injury done his 'eelings by whipping the man acting as attorney in the case.