Mr. Canüeld, of Sylvan, called here last luesday. E. Jedele has been buying sbeep fo Saline parties. John Doody spent the last of th week in Detroit. G. Johnson and wife were Chelse visitors Tuesday. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. W. Keiler, son, Oct. 19, 1893. E,. McNeil and chum were Hambur visitors last Friday. Mis. II. Hall is spending a few day with her son in OLio. John Walsh was the gusst of Chelsea friends, Tuesday. John Hanna, of Minnesota, is the guest of friends here. Miss Mamie Sigler, of Pinckney, called here on Friday. R. McQuillan, of Lansing, visited his brothers last week. Frank Erwin made a flying trip to Pettysville on Monday. Miss Mamie McCabe entertained her friend over Sunday. Wm. Andrés was at the county seat on business, Wednesday. Wm. Cobb, jr., is running a wood and coal yard in Jackson. J. C. Wilson and lady friend, of Ann Arbor, spent Sunday here. Miss Carrie Fleming spent the last of the week in Ann Arbor. A. Davis and wife spent the past week viewing the World's Fair. L. C. Rodman has been entertaining his brother from Williamston. George Reade, jr., of Hamburg, visited his parents one day this week. C. Vanriper, of Fowlerville, is attending his father, who is quite sick. The Evangelists began their meetings in the M. E. church Jast Sunday. A number of the farmers in this vicinity are having their hay pressed and shipping it to eastern markets. Mrs. A. Simpson left Monday fo Howell to spend a few weeks with he daughter. Byron Hopkins and wife and family and Miss Martha Frenen were in De troit Tuesday to attend the anniver sary of their brother. Mrs. Magoffin and daughter, of Sagi naw, are visiting friends for a few days. Rev. Mr. Duff, of Ann Arbor preached in St. James church last Sun day morning. Simon Sehairer, of Ann Arbor, has opened a jewelry store in our village at Murdock's old. stand. Arthur and George Flintoft, of Pettysville spent the last of the week with their cousins. Frank Roberts and wife of Ypsilanti, spent several days of the past week with relatives. Mrs. A. Chamberlain and family have been entertaiñing friends the past few days. Mr. Schoen, wife and son, of Free3otn, visited their son and family last Friday. N C. Lavey and wife were called to A.nn Arbor last week to attend the funeral of a nephew. A large number of the friends and neighbors of John Pidd and wife met ;it their home last Saturday evening to íelp celébrate the fifteenth anniversary of their marriage. The presents were many and useful. Died, at his home in this village. Sunday afternoon, Oct. 29, 1893, aged 54 years John Seheiferstein. He .vas a kind husband and father and a ;ood neighbor. He leaves a wife and two sons to mourn his loss The fuleral services took place from the butheran church on Wednesday mornng, the remains being placed in the ,'ault. Mrs. A. Taylor and son were among heir Chelsea iriends the first of the veek. AVill Ballou and sisters are spending i few days with relatives at Romulus.