A. L. Wllber spent last Saturday at Detroit. Miss Ida Thumm visited her sister Mts. Geo. Nixon, of Anu Arbor last week. Gotlieb Sweitzer has purchased the Seymour farm of fif ty acres at $50 per acre and moved from Ypsilanti to that place on Saturday last. Jackson Gale is still very ill with asthma. Geo. S. Nixon, of Ann Arbor, and Geo. Thum returned last Saturday night from Daytona, Fia., bringing back the latter's sister Anna, who went there some time ago for her health, but failing to be beneiitted, had to be brought home. She is at present with her sister, Mrs. Nixon. Mrs. Peter Robtoy, of Ypsilanti,is this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Twist who is quite ill at this writing. John Mullholland has moved from Pinkney, where he has been for the past two years, to his farm in this viciuity. Chas. Lutkey who has been very ill with iuflammation of the bowels, is now able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilber entertained friendsfrom Unadilla over Sunday. Mr. Cornelius Davis and f amily have moved in Robt. Martin's tenant house for the summer. Miss Hannah Thumm returned on Wednesday last from Detroit, and will spend a few weeks at her home in Superior .