Mrs. John Lawson went to French Landing Tuesday to see a sick relative. Editor A. B. Smith, of the Milan Leader, was in town Tuesday afternoon. J. D. Abbott has returned here from Detroit. P. H. Gabel has secured a situation in Ypsilanti. County Clerk, Wm. Dansingburg, called on friends here Saturday night. E. D. Minzey and family went to Dundee Saturday to attend the funeral of Jacob Hisen who died from lockjaw resulting from stepping on a rusty nail. A son of Willis Alford, about five years old, feil one day last week and broke his arm at the elbow joint. F. J. Hammond did not serve o the United States jury at Detroit, i not being convenient to leave hi business. Mr. R. Osborn has removed t his new house just north of tow and Lock Hooven will occupy th place vacated by him. Joe Engle, a former resident o tnis place, passed through here Sun day night on his way to Lulu, Mon roe Co., from the vicinity of Trav erse City. He had an old broke down horse, a wagon with all hi worldly possessions piled in (and i was far from being full) and hac driven all the way from the abov named place.