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Reduced rates to studcnts ou the M C n. r. Th little daily made its appearance Tuesday. Seventeen arrivals at the Chandler house Tuesday. The steam pipes, in the high school building froze up Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Schuyler will address the reform club, Sunday afteruoon. Rev. Thos. Holmes of Chelsea, has been presenled with a $100 gold watch. Jas. L. Pugh has been elected to the United States senate from Alabama. The project of purchasingthe Unitarian church is buing revived by the reform club. Valentine Nietnur was arrested Friday evening on the charge of assauk and battery. Larry Kahoe has rented the front part .of Clarken's billiard parlor, for his bar.ber shop. The post office will bc open to-day froin 9:30 to 10:30 a. m., and f rom 6:30 to 7:30p. m. The next entertainment iu university .hall, will be given by the Litta Concert ompany. Bey. Mr. Sunderland will exchange next Sunday with Rev. T. B. Forebush, of Detroit. Chas. Haeusser has purchased the old G winner property on East Washington St. for 2,000. In the circuit court Tuesday Catherine Ashley was granted a divorce froru Alkanah Ashley. The circuit court jurors were discharged Monday morning, drew their pay and went home. The public schools cloaed yesterday, and the scholars will have a vacation until next Monday. Chapman & Co., have sevcn men at work in this city and county on their ;proposed county history. The city band gave a concert Wednes day evening. The proceeds will go tovWard purchasing a uniform. The Young peoples' literary and social tclub meets every Thursday evening, in .the parlors of the Unitarian church. Some evil disposed person started a reiport Tuesday, that Hiram Kitridge had made an assignment to Chas. Kitsou. There were 920 votes for and 1,414 votes against the constitutional amendment 6iibmitted at the recent election in this county. Tuesday was a lively day for our merchants. The streets were crowded with teams from the country and business was very brisk. Treasurer elect Knapp has appointed Adam D. Seyler, his deputy, to take charge of the office for two years, after the first of January next. A man named Foote living in Byron township, near Grand R&pids, has been arrested for stealing a saw-mill. What wiil not some men carry off. The young peoples' club of the Unitarian church will give a literary and social entertainment in the vestry on Thursday, (Thonksgiving) evening, to which the publicare invited. Little Mack, who was sued for refusing to pay for an advertisement published in supplement form in The Washtenaw Post some months ago, a jury decided Tuesday that he must fork over the amount. The probate court was engaged Tuesday andyesterday in taking testimony on admiting the will of the late Wm. B. Smith, of Ypsilanti town, to probate. Messra. Joslin, Whitman and Babbitt appeared for the proponen ts. and Albert Crane for the contestants. A few days prior to tlie eleotion.. Patriek McKernau prornised to give an oyster upper to a yarty of 10, if the third ward gave him 50 majority for commissiouer. As he had more than the nutnber, heof course lost, and last Thusrday he iuvited the party to his resideace. The boys say the "lay out" was srand, and each did justice to the occasion.


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