The people hereabtouts feel elated over the prospect of a motor line from Ypsilanti to Plymouth, passing throngh this place. "Grandma" Gonn, aged 75, is qnite sick. Miss MinnieHornerhas entered upon her duties as teacher in the gtammar department in the high school at Trenton. Miss Lottie Russell is teaching near Farmington. "Miss Maggie Gunn, who has been reengaged in the school near Emory, has entered upon her duties. E. J. Gnnu has done likewise at the McDonald school in Springwells Elrner Sly was badly hurt by a falling tree last wefck. H. F. Horner has nearly recovered frotn bis toboügan slide down the roof of bis isarn to the grotmd, a distance oí" 12 f eet. He was qnite badly braised. A Hvely discnssion took place here last Sat.urday evening between the advocates of tree rural delivery iu this vicinity and those tbat want mail affairs to remain as they are at present. The latter wre largely in the majority. The C. H. Ball club suffered defeat at Clinton last Satarday. Score o to 6. John P. Wrist atid Miss Hattie Burd are under Dr. Boustell's care. School began last Monday with James H. Hanford as teacher. D. J. Cobb is litnping aronnd with a cañe, the result of being thrown from hia wheel. Milton Horner has become a stodent at the semiuary in Ypsilanti. A partner is wanted in a valnable ïnvention. Large profit exptcted. Cail at the post office for particnlars.