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Saline's new marshal is Henry Jewett. L. Canfield, of Sylvan, will lócate ín Detroit. The pickel factory, of Pinckney t yet unsettled. The new marshal of Clinton, is B. G. Woodward. David Culver has deserted Bridgewater for Petoskey. George Thompson, of Augusta is building a new barn. Mrs. Charles Simpson, of Ypsilanti, died April 10. There are 800 small chickens at the Saline poultry farm. South Lyon's new saw mili wil be running in two weeks. Miss Alice Guinan is teaching in district No. 9, of Freedom. Ypsilanti dry goods stores now keep open until eight o'clock. The Milan bae ball association has been organized for the year. John Norton is building two new cottages 011 Hamilton street, in Ypsilanti. Girardin will be the pitcher of the Manchester base ball club this year as last. Mrs. Edward Chase has purchased the Robert's farm near Salem station. Schneider & Kreukel Bros., have started a cigar manufactory in cnesier. Miss Hattie Bostwick, of Dexter, is teaching school in the Gregory district. You can get ten cents for every crows head you can railroad into Hamburg. T. J. Besimer has been re-elected marshal ot Manchester with $150 a year salary. T. J. Farrel, of Manchester, now owns Jim Fisk. This Jim is a fat running horse. J. E. Cheney has shipped his boot and shoe store from Dexter to Grand Rapids. T. C. Owen is building another story to his mineral water tank house in Ypsilanti. Mrs. Levi Westfall, o'" Salem, an old resident of the state, died April ioth, aged 72 years. Jay M. Wood has been chosen vjílage marshal of Chelsea at a salary óf $35 per month. Jacob Huber, of Freedom mourns for several of his fingers which were severed by a feed cutter. Some wild geese and ducks rested for several days at Grass Lake on their journey northward. The burglars who entered J. W. Hull's residence in Saline last week jsecured about forty dollars, Rev. H Voelker sticceeds Rev. S. Henne in the Freedom church. Rev. S. Henne goes to Hersey. Tbe Southern Washtenaw Far mers club meets at S. M. Merithews Fnday, May 4th, at one o'clock. R. C. Auld, the breeder of the famous polled angus cattle, has gone to Canada for a short trip. John F. Spafard took two and a half car loads of sheep hom Manchester to Buffalo week before last. The new village hall in Manchester is now being used. The council met in it for the first time last week. John W. Nanry has received 4,000 small trout for Superior streams and W. E. Boyden the same number for Webster. J. R. Holmes, the new justice of the peace in Manchester township, has resided for fifty-four years in that town. A tiamp is serving 30 days in jail in this city for drawing a revolver on a brakeman on the M. C. R. R. at Chelsea. John Atoran, of Manchester, of course continúes pight watchman for another year. Ño bettcr selection could be made. Dwight Riggs, of" Chelsea, was kicked in the head and chest by a horse on Wednesday of last week and several ribs broken. An attempt was made to burglarize the boot and shoe store of A. A. Bedell, of Ypsilanti, last week but the thieves were frightened away. David Woodward, of Clinton, has retired from active business, his son continuing both the manufacturing of plows and the raising of peaches. The Gregory base ball club las organized and has a chip on its shoulder. Communications should be addressed to E. A. Kuhn, secretary. Mrs. Milo Woodruff died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Dickerson in Bridgewater, April 8th, at the advanced age of 87 years. Mrs. Sophia Fellows, wife of Leonard Fellows, of Sharon, died April I2th, of oíd age. She was 84 years old and had lived in Sharon since 1831. The village board in Chelsea have ordered down a very large number of new side walks. No less than eighty-nine persons have been ordered to put down new walks. A new cemetery will be laid out on River street for the parish of St. Johns (catholic) church, in Vpsilanti. It will compi-ise 14 acres for which the parish has just paid $1200. The Brooklyn Exponent charges a Manchester man with breaking in all the jail windows and endeavoring to throw a railroad train from a track. But it is not so easy to prove such charges. The Dexter literary society have elected Herbert Cranson, president; Miss Clara Phelps, vice-president ; Miss Myra Browne, secretary ; W. R. Towbridge, critic; Miss Kate Honey, marshal. A Clinton burglar recently secured $28 by entering John Hause's residence. He also entered the houses of W. S. Kimball and W. V. Fisk. In these places he just missrd valuable hauls but secured only a few cents. South Lvon is now officered as follows: President, Wm.W. Hooker; clerk, Thomas H. Clark; treasurer, Emmet C. Basset; justice, Kingsley Calkins; trustees, John Challice, Samuel A. Carpenter, and David A. Killian. The Ypsilanti republican club is officered as follows; President, D. C. Griffen; secretary, F. C. Moriarity; treasurer, H. D. Wells; executive committee, S. B. Mareness, John Fuller, Frank Rathfon, John Warden, Dr. F. K. Owen, A. A. Graves, Ed. Thompson. Ypsilanti's city clerk, Joslyn, makes the following report concerning the cost of electric light of the city: "The cost of lighting the city (or a part of it) with gas and naphtha for the tree months (51 nights till 1 [ o'clock was $623.40. The cost of lighting the city including the township and a part of Superior for three months (69 nights) with electricity till 12:30 a. m. was $513.38." Died March, 18SS, Mattie Evelyn Perry, aged five years seven months and 22 days, daughter of George and Almira Perry. She was a bright, beautiful child, beloved by all who knew her. During her severe illness she was very patiënt, having no fear ofdeath, often asking to be raised higher and higher as though lenging to leaye all sufferinj behind and penétrate the bright beyond. She leaves father, mother and three sister to mourn her loss. The Norvell farmer's club discussed the relation of capital and labor at their last meeting. They thought that farm hands need not complain and that the farmers and laborers' interests veré mutual, L. D. Watkins, of Manchester, showed the cost of shipping potatoes from Ireland or Scotland to this country including the duty, ocean freight, cartage and commission men's fees to be sixty-seven cents a bushei, at $1 a bushel this would leave thirty three cents for the Irish farmer.