Oystal Falls Iron company has a bondecl indebtedness of $40.000. The Mason high school will gradúate a classs of 11 tbis year. As a result of the revival meeting at Lapeer, ÏK) persons united with tbe Methodist Episcopal church on probation Sunday. i Elabórate preparations are going on at the liome of Miss Harriet E. Potter at St. Joseph for her marriage to Minister Thurston of Hawaü which event will occur on April 5. Hiram Howland, one of the oldest pioneers of Lnpeer county. died at his home a few miles north of Almont, aged 8 i years. Hehadlived in Michigan since 1836. He leaves five children. On Friday tlie general council of the Seventh T)ay Adventists will meet at Battle Creek. The general conference meets once in two years and this body nieets ii the interval to do the business of the conference. Mrs. Ellen A. Parker, wife of one of the oldest and most reRpected of Saginaw countys pioneers, died Tuesday morning at Saginawtown as the result of an injury sustained five weeks agoby a fall iii wrdch her back and hip were badly hurt.