- lbo post office at Eaton Mills ia discontinued. - A party from Dexter leave soon for tbo Alpena rtgion, to hunt deer. - Israel Kuehnle of Scio found a shawl iu the highway near his residence. - G. Woodruff & Son of the Ypsilanti Scnlinel, havo dissolved co partnership. - Mr. A. J. Leetch and wifo of Ypsilanti will spend the winter in Tennessee and Ueorgia, whither they go on account of Mr. Leetoh's health. - Until April 1, tho dry goods, clothiug, and boot and shoe stores on tho north sido of Consross street in Ypsilanti will close at eight o'clock P. M. - Thomas S. Flynn, Superintendent of Schools of Freedom is engaged to tcach the silver lake district scliool in the above town tho ensuing winter. - Frer.ch.Chamberlain and Hand, the tliree men injured by falling with a timber on the new oera housw in Ypsilanti, September 23, havo all rccovurud and are now at work again. - Constables lovying upon growing crops should examine the now session laws that they may logally proceed,- The hotel-keeper'sactsofar asapplieable to boarding houses, is repealed. - The Dexter and Chelsea Bands ' témplate a series of promenade concerts j - alternating betweon the two villages. This will be a novelty all arouud, - the j united bands, and tho stylu of concerts. i .r tthi:.... n-; 11, o year?, Was killed on Monday Wiard's crossing two miles east of Ypsilanti, by a freight train. Two trains passng, bewildeied it and it oould not esune. - The Stato Board of Education have appointcd tlie following board of visitors of tho State Normal Sohool : Hou. M. C. Bnrcb, Grand Rapids; Hon. Wm. A. Moore, of Detroit; Prof. C. B. Thomas, of Saginaw. - Joseph Collins of Webster came to the fair on Thursday of last week, with his children. A littlo whilo after hebad gone Mrs. Collins discovored the house to be on fire, and with aid most of the furniture waa saved. ■ - In its new dress tbe bandsomo face of the Manchester Enterprise is equalec ouly by the matchless beauty of ito editor. Witb theso pretty things abouc pretty office, tbero is no good reasoi 'hy Bio. Blosser shouldn't be as happ s a clam in high water. - The corurnittee whose business itis o revise and prepare the list of awaids nade at the county fair will meet .omorrow. Preferring to publish a correct list of premiums awarded, we auait another issuo of the Aeous, that we may be enabled to secure an accurfte copy revised by proper anthority. - There was a diff'erence of two oeats betvveen the vvheat market iu the too cities on Friday, to be credited to te fact that Ann Arbor has two markits, Toledo and De'roit, and her dealers on take their choice ; while Ypsilanti is limitod to one - Detroit. $1,08 wasDÍ'fered in Ypsi. $1,10 in Ann Arbor. - The state board of equalization have assessed upon Washtenaw oouuty a tix of $54,909 to be again divided and issesse.i by the board of superviso the cities and towns of the county. This with $3,428 due from the county to the state, inakes an aggregate of .'S,437 to be raised the eusuing year. - Dexter's Reform club will be fficered the ensuing three months bythe following : Pres.,R. C. Reeve. Vice Do., 13. II. Purkins, Frank Blood, L. Palner. Ree. Sec, O. E. Hoyt. Fin. Sec, TL. D Stannard. Treas., Ilenry Ide. StevarJ, Rev. C. A. Clark. Marshals, A D. Crane, R. P. Copeland. Sergt.-at-arins, Cornelius Ilenry. - A sale at whioh the sonorous vsice of W. H. Mclntyre will be heard " gdng gono," is annouuced to take place on Thursday nest on the farm of the late Bryan Comiskey, one mile north and two miles east of Walsli's cornen in Northfield. A varioty of personal ftrm property belonging to Win. O'Conior will be sold to the highest bidder. - Articles of inoorporation of the Ypsilanti Carriage Corupany, naming as incorporators Hiram Batehelder ownitg 160, S. M. Cutoheon 240, R. W. Henphill 80, Chas. Moore 80, total 560 shara, were filed in the county olerk's office on Wednesday. Capital stock $18,00C, all of which is actually paid in, anc corporato lite asked, thirty years. ■ - Jaines Ayers, one of Ypsilauti's oldest citizens, died on Saturday of typhoid fever. He was well known by old travelers on the Michigan Central, he having been station baggageinau there years ago, and for a number of years checknd eastern b.iggage on tho trains. lie has been employed for tho past 10 yoars by tha Dotroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern railroad, and the superintendent, W i'. Parker, was his son-in-law. Ilis age was 59 years. - The Enterprise is trying to galvanizo life iuto the farmers' club, composed of agrioulturalists from Bridgewater, Manohoster and Sharon wbiohorganized last spring by the eleotion of D. G. Rose of Sharon, President ; Junius Short of Bridge water, J. G. Euglish of Manchester, and Samuel Cushman of Sharon, Viee Presidenta; W. W. Hess of Bridgewater, Seoretary ; Frank Spaford of Manchester, Treasurer. The club met once only since its organization. - At a meeting of the Washtenaw County ürango held in this city on Tuesday, a committee composed of R. Campbell of Saline and H. Laraway of Northtield on permanent organization roported the following officers: President, J. W. Wing, ofBoioj secretary, P. D. Martin, Ypsilanti. The following delegatea wer,e present: Scio, GrangeNo. 329, FosterF. Litchfield, J. W. Wing, E. R. Peters, D. M. Finley; Salem, No. 476, John B. Waterman, P. H. Murray, D. E. Stuith; Superior, T. V. Quackcnbush, T. V. Itook, A. II. Collius, O. Markham ; Ypsilanti, No 56, P. D. Martin, Mary Martin, II. II. Pie9tOD,Mary Campbell. North Laks No. 631, Wm. Wood, P. W. Watts, F. A. Burkhart, Chas. Cooper; Northfield, No. :í)!), II. Laraway, W. P. Groves, D. O. Uircl, Geo. Sutton; Chelsea, No 'j:j9,Thos. Jewett, II. Baldwin, T. E. Wood, F. F. Tucker. H. D. Platt, PittsfieH ; Wm. Wood, Dexter, and E. M. Cule, Superior, were elected delegates to represent the county at the state convention to be held in Lansing.