Willium Foheyfell and brokehis arm last FrSday. Lewis Faber is to be tried Juiy 2, ou the charge of assaulting Bernñard Griesman. Miss Mabel Stiles was prostrated Wednesday by the intense heat and liad to be removed to her home at Whitinore hike. Miss May Seabolt was presented not only with the gold medal at St. Thomas school Tuèsday nigl , but also with a gold watch from lier uncle. A uarrow escape from flre occuned at John R. Minei's i.ouse last Saturday night, the fire catchmg from a gasoline stove. It was put ou.t by passing students. Wal ter Stafford, a colored lad, was sentenced to lonia last Mouday for one year, for attemptiug to break into the store of Joseph H. Manning, in Ypsflauti, on Sunday morning, June 10. lie is said to have been in lonia before. One tramp this last week complainerl that the other tramps of his gang, while in this vicinity got him drunk and stole his watch. He said he had ouly been with them a week. The offlcers degljned to ingk Ue county costa in settling their disputöi At ten o'clock last ïiigbt' flre broke out in the lof t of the rear barn of Robison's livery stables and the hay aud straw were alire when aiscoyered. The departnient answered the alarm promptly aud soon had the üre under control, though the flames long withstood the qauntities of water thrown on it. The horses were all gotten out. The loss will be several riundrel dollars, but the barn was saved. William A. Hatch, Sr„ died at his home, on William street, yesterday noon. He was seveuty-two years ot age, and was one of the pioneers of the city, having resided here nearly all his life. He served at one time as sherifï and deputy United States marshal. He was a, member of the old VVashtenaw guards, and rose to the rank oí first lieutenant. His tour sons, Wil. ham A.. Edward, Charles and ilenry, all reside in this city. In a recent suit before the supreme court, a decree was rendered by which Elmer S. Ciawford, ïormerly of this city for himself and as trustees for his brother gets back property estimated to be worch 30,000, some S-3,000 back rents and 5U0 costs. The propevty was owned bv Mis.. Isaac Crawford and is located in Owosso After it had got into litigation, she sold her interest to her sons, vvho thus prorit by he successf ui terrninatiou of the litigation . William Shakspeare portrayed by himselt: A revelation of the poet in the career and character of one of his dramatic héroes, by Robert Waters, author of " Life of Cobbett," ete. All the known incidents of the life of the poet, his traits of character, are shown to correspoud in i remarkable way with those of one of his own dramatic héroes. The author of this volume makes it evident that Shakspeare's early roystering career, his subsequent studious life, his gentle disposition, his idiosyncracies, his fondness for wit and humor, his deep contemplations " behind the veil of wildness' are all reflected and vividly presented in this dramatic character. It is a work of real solid merit aud will be hailed by every lover of Shakspeare. It also gives a complete and crushing answer to the Baconians and Cipheroniaiis. One volume, 12mo. SI. 2-5. Worthington Co.,!ew York.