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Bridgewater wants a blacksmith. The Stockbridge council want no more card playing in that village. Otto Jarrandt paid #1,800 for the Gordon homestead in Saline village. Hugh McNally had a leg torn at Whitmore Lake, while working in the ice shute. A presbyterian social will be held at Mrs. Cobb's, in Saline, to-morrow afternoon. Fred C. Wood, of Lodi, sold six yearling ram lambs to Mr. Bissell, week before last, for $500. The Oakland Excelsior, of South Lyon, has prospered so that it has had to move to new quarters. The Milan Leader is nine years old. Long may it journey down the path of time and few may its libel suits be. The Sentinel says that the Ann Arbor & Ypsilanti street railroad "is the biggest thing that ever struck Ypsilanti." All of the taxes in Ypsilanti town were collected by treasurer Kelly, this year. Our eighteen democratie town treasurers in Washtenaw did well. Henry Pryor feil from the railroad bridge to the ice on the mili pond at Hamburg, the other day, striking on his back and being rendered unconscious. He has recovered. Philo Rich and son were thrown from their carriage in Salem recentI ly, while driving a lively span of colts. Mr. Rich had two fractured ribs as a natural consequence of his contact with a fence. Editor Emmert, of the Chelsea Standard, is a great temperance ad vocate, and yet he said in the las issue of his paper "Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs." Die he mean to have the jugs empty? Joseph Feathers this week sold to W. J. Orttoway, of Ann Arbor eleven head of fat steers whose ag gregate weight was 15,310 pounds - an average of nearly 14,000 each B. N. Smith also sold four head to the same buyer, which averaged 1,450 pounds each. They were Wautie and brought a good price while poo stock is a drug at any price. There is always a demand for the best, ye