Dixon Burchard went to Milan, Thursday. C. E. Letts, of Detroit, was here, Thursday. Wm. Denman, of Lyndon, has moved into town. J. C. Taylor and family have moved into town. D. B. Taylor was in Owosso on business, Tuesday last. Simon Hirth was at South Lyon on business, last Tuesday. Sheriff Brenner was here on Wednesday, on official business. Heavier steel rails are being put down through town this week. The village treasurer's report shows that this village is in debt #740.24. The roads have settled, and are remarkably good for this season of the year. Easter Sunday will be observedin all the churches, next Sunday, by appropriate services. Rev. Whitcomb gave an excellent temperance address at the union meeting last Sunday night. The market is dull and receipts light, with wheat 64c for red or white, and other products unchanged. Two tickets for township officers are out, headed by J. L. Gilbert and Frank Sweetland as candidates for supervisor. Hiram Hewes died at his late residence in this village, of cáncer of the stomach, on Wednesday, at the age of about 75. Chas. H. Wines was buried from the Congregational church last Sunday. He was nearly seventy years old, and was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends.