Miss Blanche Cusbman was a guest of Ann Arbor friends over Sunday. Mrs. Gooley, of Battle Creek, was liere to attend her mother's funeral on Thursday. John Shehan, of Hamburg, was on out streets Satorday. Messrs Marshall and Davis were Superior visitors Saturday and Sunday. The Podunk Lyceum was largely afctended Friday evening and the debate was a most interesting one. The M. B. churoh people have a aaoial tomorrow night. Will Darrcw, and son, of Pinokney, spent Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Curlett. Bom to James Storey and wife.a son. ö. Luick and family, of Lima. attended the funeral of Mrs. Luick's sister Thursday. Mrs. Stead and friend spent Tuesday with oountry friends. Tom Eagan, of Hamburg, was in town Tuesday. P. Lavey was an Ann Arbor visitor Baturday. Mr. Voorhis is entertaining a sister from Battle Creek. George Spiegelberg, of Chelsea, is soon to move his family on his farm where his son John has been living, John will move on the Kranshaar farm. Lawrenoe Hughes, of Ann Arbor, ie a guest of his sister, Mrs. Storey, of Birkett. Miss MoOabe, of Hudson, has been visiting some of her yillage friends. Miss Taylor was entertained by Hambarg friends thig week. Mr. Waite and wife wore at Sil ver Lake Monday. Mis. Serviss, of Aun Arbor, was a gunst of her mother Saturday and Suuday Mrs Fanuy SchuUhs entertained her dangbter sevwal days last week. More wedding bells soon to be ringing. Mr. MoNally, of Whitmore . Lake, shook hands with oldfrieuds this week. Miss Garrie Plemiug entertaiued her oousins Tuesday. Frank Leavey was at Birkfttt on business Tnesday. George Benton will move into the PheJps house on Ann Arbor stieet. Wurster and Thurber were at Hudson oae day last week. William Cobb is dangerously ill. Father Wall was the guest of his parents purt of last week. J. E. Lavey visited hiscousinsiu Putnam recently. Harmon Williams, of Webster, died at his home Friday aftera short illness. Mossrs Mouksand Harris.of Putnam, were here Tuesday. A little sou of Jay Warren was buried Snnday. Mr. aan Mrs. Kinnie visited Ann Arbor the flrst of the week. Mrs. Walsh, of Sonth Putnam, visited Hndson friends Suuday. Mr. Elsasser was in Pinckney Monday. Mr, Carpenter was in Livingstoue county recently. J. Schnlths and family visited their parents at North Lake Thnrsday. The remains of Mrs. Wallace, who died in Webster, were taken to Shiawassee oounty for burial last Monday. Mrs. Sarah J. Voorhis died at her home in Dexter township Tuesday, March 10, aged 73 years, after a brief illness. She leaves a husband, two sons and a datighter with a large number of relatires to mourn her loss. The funeral was held at the house Thnrsday, Eev. Mr. McMahoo, of the Pinckney M. E. ohuroh officiating. The remains were placed in the vault.. Mrs. Gregory entertained frieuds from Silver Lake Sunday. Married at Pinckney, Wednesday, Maroh 11, Will Taylor and Miss Oynthia Carpenter, both of Dexter, by Rev. Mr. McMahon. They have gone on an extended trip through the northern part of the state. May much happiness attend them through life, ie the wish of their many friends.