Miss Grace Debenhaua is qoite il 1. Mr. LaughliD is iil with malaiial fever. Progressive pedro patties are in vogue ;his winter. Er. Palmer's hotel is now Jighted with electricity. Mrs. Mingns' little danghter is very 11 with soarlet fever. Dr. Turner drove to Monroe city Monday and gave nis friends a cali. Reeves & Co. 's agrioaltural buildings on Tolen st. , are nearly completed. Mrs. Milton Haok entertained gnests frorn ont of town through the week. The Old Folks' Conoert Company will go toMooreville in thanear futnre. The Milan Fantastio Club will have a dancej at the I. O. O. F. hall this week. Mrs. R. Brown'is entertaining her sister Mrs. Blades frora Detroit this week. The Eastern Stars are thinking of having an entertainment in a few weeks. Mrs. Charles Qauntlett has retutned from a week's sojourn witb friends in Ann Arbor. Tbe L. O. T. M. are talking of putting a cantata before the public in the near fnture. Prof. Carrick's entertainment is the theme of oouversation this week. It poes on the boards at Qay's opera house Friday evening of this week and a great tceat is expected. The Bortle brothers who were arrested last week on the charge of holding up J. Fitzgibbons, had their second hear ng Monday, but as before the oomplaining witness failed to put in an appearauce and the men were dismissed by the conrt.