JLGJUCT. Grover Leonard, one of the three infaut sons of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lavey, was buried Sunday. The Misses Howard entertained their oousin the past week. Mr. Northhard, of Ann Arbor, was in this place on business the latter part of last week. Art Flintoft, of Pettysville, was the gnest of his coúsins last Monday. Wru. Aguith, of Stockbridge, made a business trip in this place last Friday. The remains of Mrs.Ellis Alley were bronght here froiu Denver, Colo, Sunday murning and were taken to Brighton for bnrial. Her hnsband and a nuniber of f rienda are lef t to mourn her less. Miss Lizzie Cook will spend the summer in Scio. Mr. and Mrs. J. Rowe and children were the guests of relativos in the village, Easter. Mr. Holmes and familyL were entertained by friends in Putnani Sunday. Mrs. Storey is visiting frieuds in Ann Arbor for several days. H. Fleming has returned home after several weeks' visit in Detroit. Alfred Lavey was in Chelsea last week on business. Geo. Stoll was a visitor at Ann Arbor one day last week. Mr. Knop spent several days in Livingston county last week. William Bellard, of Albion, is spending a few weeks with friends in this place. Miss Nellie Copeland is home from Ovid for a few weeks' vacation. George Ouly, of Hamburg, made a business trip to Dester Saturday. Mrs. Carpenter gave a party to her mauy friends last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Seper is home from her Detroit visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. Stanton were the guests of friends ia Ann Arbor one day the last week. Olarenoe Macomb, of Ann Arbor, spent several days with his parents here. Mr. Dell, of Jackson,made us a short cali last Friday. John McDonald, of Pettysville, visited friends here the last of the week. Mrs. George Sigler and friend, of Piuckney, were the guests of friends in the village a few days last week. Clifton Green called on some of his friends in Ann Arbor the past week. Mrs. Simpson is theguestof relatives in Jackson this week. Mr Dubois and family, of Grand Ledgc, has moved baok to his farm near Dover. Miss Wheeler has returned home after several months' visit with relatives and frieuds. Miss Lampheer, of Webster, was the guest of her cousins the flrst of the week. The yonng people of Dexter will give a dance at the opera house this evening. Miss Maude Miller oommenced her school last Monday, in Webster. Mr. Audrew, from near Ann Arbor, has rented the James' farm. Miss Maggie McGuinness commenced ner second term of school in district No. 3 last Monday. Torn Daley visited his uncle in Putnam last Snnday. An enjoyable dance was given at the opera house in Hudson last Tuesday evening. Frank Smith made his Ann Arbor frie-ids a cali the latter part of the week. Miss Clara Spalding is visiting relatigves and friends for a few weeks here.