The Business Men
The Ann Arbor business men 's association held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening. It was well attended and much entbusia9m prevailed. Through some m8uuderstanding some members have not paid their dues for year ending June, 1888, but on the whole they have paid up well. The association is in a vigorous oondition. The comraittee reported upon the new charter for Ann Arbor, and a resolution was adrpted requesting the Iegislature to pass (he charter as soon as possible. Great satisfaction was expressed with that document. A committee consisting of Eugene K. Frueauff, Henry S. Dean, and Frank A1Imendinger, was appointed to draft suitable resolutions on the dnath of Christian Walker, of the firm of Walker Bros. A resolution was adopted recommendng the common council to erect a hospital for contagions and infectious diseasea. The publication committee was instructed to see to the distribution of what pamphlets describing Ann Aibor may yet remaiu. Amonp the accounts ordered paid was about $65 premium on the insurance policy for the foundry operated by Reevep, Hunter& Co. The association had agreed to pay for the policy the first year, with the understanding that they employ 25 men.
Ann Arbor Register