There is not the usual interest centered aboutthe changes in the eounty offices this year, because ttiey are not very numerous. In the eounty lerk's office, Fred. Howlett will remain another twoyears. and so will hia deputy, Arlhur ürown. SheriLf Dwy.jr was nrosind yesterday morning. He has sppai'ited ex-sherifiF Walsb, Turnkey Scott, Nelson Sutherland, and Mich.iel Brenner as deputies for the remainder of this term of court, and it is thought that they witl be continued. Ex-Judge of Probate Harrirnan is now settled in his new office over Brown's drug store, with C. H. Manly. The new ]udge of prob&te, J. Willard Babbitt, of Ypsilanti, was not to be found yesterday morning. He has continued W. G. Doty as probate register and J. M. Wilcoxpon as clerk. Uader Judge Ilarriman's long and able handling of the probate business, the judge of probate was at his desk nearly every day, aod it was convenient for those wanting to do business with the of6ce. But there may be a chaoge under Judge Babbitt. He may continué to reside in Ypsilanti and fix certain days for the hearing of probate cases, upon which days only will he come to Anu Arbor. ín the treasurer's office, Gustave Brehm will work righ', along just the f ame as when he was deputy. He will appoiat no deputy. Tne new register of deeds, Michael Seery, has been deputy so long that the change is not a violent one there. He has appointed his son, W. A. Seery, deputy ; and probably anpther member of the family will enter the office as clerk. The new prosecutintt attorney, M. J. Lehman, will have bis official office in his private office, corner of Main and Hurón. He may come to reside ia Ann Arbor in the spring.