Miss Nellie Clark is assisting Miss Swift iu tbe nrillinery store. James Blaisdell bas been confined to the house by sickness for several days. Delmer Walwnrth, of Bay City, is siok at the bome of his parents in tbis place. E. W. Hnnt, of Saline, a former resident of tbis plaoe, was in town over Snnday. Miss Ashie Hall was tbe guest of Miss Gertrnde fiogau, cf Bridgewater last week. Lewis & Gage are shipping large quantities of tbe fiuest oelery f rom their farm. Mr. Morse, of Adrián, stopped over between trains Saturday and visited at E. S. Hagaman's. Mrs. Griffith, of Jaokson, oame here Taesday for tbe parpóse of inspecting the work of tbe W. R. C. Corporal A. J. Hough, of the 31st Michigan, is visiting bis parents bere. He bas a 10 days' furlough. Miss Mina Wisner, of Detroit, is spending a few days at tbe home of her parents, Mr. and Mis. Horace Wisner. W. Kirnball bad the misfortune to lose oue of his flngeis wbile worbing in the planing mili one day last week. Miss Kate Wbeaton, who bas been visiüng her parents the past week, retorned the flrst of tbe week to Ann Arbor, acoompanied by her sister. Messrs. Joe and George Alexander, of Clinton, were in town Satnrday on basinHS conneoted with a oonoert whioh they will give in the Baptist chorcb Friday nignt. The Baptist chnrch was oocupied the flrst three evenings of the week by a gentleman wbo is leoturing on tempéranos. He was assisted by bis son and danghter who are exoellent singers.