Word was reeeived here last week that Pred Donnet', who works on the electric line in Detroit, had broken one of his legs near the anide. Kempf & liaron will ship a carload of poultry trom Horuer tb is v i Robert Page reeeived word last Saturday that his Bon-in-law, Chas. üagerdon, of Detroit, had both hismashed. .Manchester Entebprisb. Thi-i week's issue of the Enterprise closes its 28th year, and we wish to thank our patrón a large and small for Favora reeeived. and hope fora continuance of their patronage for the coming ar. Harve Rose haa some monstrans pumpkins, California cucumbers, utc, wliieli he intend.s to take to the Washtenaw county fair. Day of sports at .Manchester, Thursday, Sept. 12. Will you be here? Dexteb Leader. John F. Cuoningham gets the three months subserlption to The Leadee for knowing the name and use of H. VV. Newkirk's 150 years oíd relie, according to the offer published last week. It isa "quilling iron" and was used toiron the ruffies that Bdorned the garments of the womeo of long ayo. According to C'. J. Chandler theChelsea egg buyer, the price of eggs was lower during August than at any tima in that montn for twen tv five years. A carload of horses was shipped from here to Georgia ïue-day. The Oddfellows have dacided to hold their county picnic at Whitmore Lake on Friday of this week. The School Board met Tuesday night and organized for the ensuing year. The same ofiieers were re-elected: President, S. L. Jenny: Director, H. W. Newkirk; Treftsurer, O. C. Bostwick. Chelsea Standard. Bphraim E. Force died at the residenceof his son-in-law, MiloC. Updlke, in the town of Sylva.ii, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1895, aged 83 years. Mr. Force was a native of Canandaigna, N. V. and hus been a resident of Washtenaw county over 03 years. There was a sraall strike at the Stove Works on Monday. A bout a dozen of the molders walked out of the foundry and refused to work at the rate of ivages that tney were receiving. Their places have been ülleü and the work is going on as usual. Married, at Syracuse. N. V., on Tuesday, September 3, 1895, -Miss Francés Johnson, to Frank L. Davison, of this place. School opened Monday with the largest number of pupils in attendance that the school has ever enjoyod at the beginning of the year. 'ihere are 347 names enroüed and many are coming in each day. Mrs. Lucy Stephenshas been granted. afree scholarship to the Michigan Xormal school at Ypsilanti by Senator C.H. Smith. She leaves for Ypsilanti next Monday. Married, on Tuesday, September 3rd, 1S95. at Dexter, Miss JOsephioe Costel lo, to Frank Greening, of Chicago. Ypsilanti Sentinel. R. D. Boye was snmmoned to Otter Lake Mond'a.y by a telegram anno ing the sudden death of his only daughter, Mrs. Will McCormack. A dispatch to the Evening News says, Mrs. McCormack was sick less than an hour. Her husband and an eleven-year old daughter survive her. The remains were brought to this city yesterday,the funeral taking place thi= afternoon. Mr. Charles B. Rogers and Mrs. Laura E. Mayer were united in marriago at the home of the bride s mother, M rs. Beitel, Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, the llev. Bastían Smits officiating. J. F. Ferguson, for many years drive r of the American Expresa Co's. wagon has resigned his position, and is succeedcd by Fred Amerman, who began work Monday. John Gunn, the section foreman, has been employed with the Michigan Central for lü years and during that time has not missed a single day- Sundays. holidays and all included. Neither sickness nor a vaeution bas called him from his dutiu-. 'fge Holmes has presented the Y. VV. ('. A. with 650 for the purpose of furnishing a "Congregational room. " Saline Observer. N. A. Wood and family have moved to Ann Arbor. It is stated that there are 99 lite convicta in tho prison at Jackson. ( )f these 87 are in for murder and 8 for criminal assault. Joseph Duquette is the oldest time server, having beeo received 37 years aso for murdering iais two jrear oldchild. Bartholemew Bands is' tho oldest lifer, being 85. He came to prison . '4 yeara ago. He is. in the prison hospital. .Jusso Warner, one of the prosp and hifjhly osteemed farmo'.v of Vork township, died at his home at ten o'ulock Tuesda.y evening-, M r. Warner bas during the paal year liad two or three slight strokea óf paralysis which doubtluss hasten(id his death at the time. Dnring the day he bad severa] deals on band which excited him more or lesa, and in the evening he and his wife went to Mooreville, they retu home, and to all appearances he was as usual, Boon aftcr he relired and In a .short time Mrs. '. diSCOVered that a chanee had taken place, she tnrned up ightto Bnd him unconscious and he died boob after.