Airs. T. Guiñan is quite ill at this writing. George Connors was a Pinckney visitor, Monday. F. S. Alley was an Ann Arbor visitor, Tuesday. P. Seper was here on business one day last week. Miss Eva Hill has a new organ given her by her parents. The Baptist people held their last meeting with Mrs. Savory. James Gregory spent Thursday with his friend in Hamburg. Miss Nettie Mowers, of Putnam, visited our school Thursday. The dance at G. Holmes', Monday night, was well attended. Mrs. Vernam spent several days of the past week in Pettysville. Fred Stabler, of Fosters, made a business trip here, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ballou entertained relatives from abroad last week. Messrs. F. Carpenter and E. Reid were in Pinckney last Thursday. Mr. A. Barber is spending a few days with his daughter at Willis. FranK Smith has moved his cigar factory over Wilte's harness shop. Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor spent Sunday with relatives at Chelsea. Mr. and Mrs. P. Lavey spent Friday with her sister in Pinckney. John Shehan and wife, of Hamburg, spent Friday with her parents. Mr. Knapp, of Kansas City, Mo. , is the guest of R. Erwin and family. A number from here attended the concert at Ann Arbor last Saturday. Miss Carrie Fleming has been with her cousin at Ann Arbor a few days. Henry Stoup, of Ypsilanti, is here visiting his daughter tor a few days. E. Turner, who moved from here a short time ago to Pinckney, has taken possession of the hotel in that place. Miss A. Litchfield visited her sister in Ann Arbor the last of the week. O. Nordman was the guest of his parents in Lima the last of the week. Mr. Vanriper, of Fowlerville, was with relatives here the first of the week. Miss Hinchey passed through here, Friday, on her way home to Marión. A new family has moved to Birkett, and will take charge of the postaffice. J. Harris and E. Dwyer, of Pinckney, spent Sunday with relatives here. B. Allen, of Pinckney, has rented the old Dwyer farm and will move there soon. Miss Bessie Carpenter is staying a few weeks with her grandmother at Pettysville. E. Serviss and family, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday with Mrs. Serviss' mother. It is rumored that D. Bell has rented his farm and will move to the village of Dexter. A. Reid and wife, of Grand Rapids, are attending her mother, who is quire sick. Mrs. Walsh and R. Henderson, of Silver Lake, were Sunday visitors at Wm. Gregory's. A. Pidd accompanied by h is grand-daughter, visited Ypsilanti the last of the week. Mrs. John McCabe and son were the guests of her sister in Ypsilanti, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Puliver returned, Monday, after several weeks' stay with relatives at Fowlerville and vicinity. A select party was held at W. D. Smith's large farm house, last Wednesday evening, and was the great event of the season. It is reported that DickMcQuillan bas sold his farm, and will go to Lansing and engage in the real estáte business in that city. Burglars entered the house of M. Robins last Wednesday evening and relieved him of $97. No trace of the robbers has yet been found.