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Last roso of sumraer to bo found - in somo bay window. -Net profit8 of the late Washtonaw County fair are C00. For the winter geason the postoffice Trill be closed at 7:30 P. m. E. E. Frazer is announced to address the Reform Club on Sabbath next. Counselor Sawyer lost au infant child on Monday evening from scarlet fever. -"Culture of the Will" will be the thetne of Eev. Mr. Sunderland's lecture on Sunday evening. Tho office corner Main and Iïuron Bts., lately occupied by Dr. McParland, is for rent. Apply to Mr. Philip Baoh. - If thore are any pereons desiring to learn phonography for which a class is fonning, to bo taught by Mr. Jenkins. ñames can be left at this office. The Michigan Central casried 9,660 tons of grain, flour and provisions last week, as follows: Flour, 1S.796 barrels; grain, 8,840,672 pounds ; and provisions, 6,734,340 pounas. - Those young ladies of the terian congregation, moved by sympathy for the exodusevs now overrunning Kansas, are gotting a box of clothing ready to ship them. - Kev. W. H. Rydor is announced to deliver the address to tbo sons of New England at tbo annual dinner, Dec. 22 Distinguished gentlemen from abroad are expected to attend. Tbe first lien undcr tbe mecbanics' lien law tbat went into effect Sep. 1, was filed in the Kegistet's office the other day. It is hopcd to be of better service than tbo oíd law. - The Ann Arbor Maennerchor last week elected Christian Schmid, president; Conrad Krapf, vice-president ; (íeorge B. Schwab, treasurer; J. Geo. KecV, color bearcr; Mattbew Fiscbcr, Bteward. William Long didn't remain long in the oounty's employ. Jeff Davis being bired to care for all the rooms in the conrt house, the committee on public buildings authorized treasurer Fairchild to pay no person except Davis for this service. - Mrs. Augustus Widenmann, formerI7 of this city, and latterly of Whitmore Ijake, has accepted the matronshïp of a school opened near Port Huron by Mrs. JBalentine, a formor resident of Ann Ibor, and Miss S. C. Campbell, a graduóte of last spring. p' - An expresa that carrics ordinary ' sized packages to any portion of the ■. city for ten cents, as also a 'bus that conveys a passenger to any point within j' 1he Corporation for an equal ainount, are two th'ngs unrivalled in cheajness. ISuch we have in Ann Arbor. - The protracted suit in the appeal of I Mary J. Culp f rom decisión of Judge of Probate as to fees of her guardián, Ja. B. Gott, Esq., attracted considerable attention. To hear the attorneys, especíally Hon. Chas. S. Hay of Kalatna zoo, 8Uin up, every sent in the court roora many by ladies, was oceupied. - The wound of Louis Taylor, bookkeeper of the national bank, arising from a bayonet stab in the hands of member of Company A, has proved far tnore serious than was anticipated. II. has been confined to tho bed lately anrl nnable to sit up, the moving of thr body or any portion of it being afctend ed with severe pain.


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