The Hotel Saline and A. Lashier have put up uew awnings.
Gordon & Reeves moved their lumber mill to the Lake Shore yards.
Mrs. C. F. Unerkircher and Miss Turner went to Chicago last Friday nignt. Mrs. Unterkircher will take medical treatment there.
Prof. C. O. Hoyt, of the Normal visited his parents on Saturday last.
One gang of the Y. & S. electric road have started grading at Hauser's blacksmith on the gravel. They will be into the village by Saturday. They have at present nine men and five teams at work.
H. P. Glover and Jabez Wortley, of Ypsilanti, were in town on Saturday in the interests of the electric road.
John Gordon on Saturday, shipped 300 lambs to Buffalo. It is reported that they brought the top of the market.
Mr. Larzalieare is able to be out again after a sever attack of quinsy.
Eight lots belonging to Almasa Donaldson, an incompetent, have been sold to Albeit and Florence Bond and Ellen M. Henne, by Gideon L. Hoyt the guardian. A special petition was filed setting for the the facts in the case and the sale was confirmed by Judge Kinne. The lots were unproductive and the proceeds of the sale, $1, 650, can now be invested for the benefit of the ward, Miss Donaldson. She is 80 years of age.