(Condentrd rom our Uounty Ezchanget.) MILAN. The editor of the Milan Sun is a lecturer, and is to deliver a lecture this eveningbefore the litcrary society of this place. Sun : The number of pounds of freiglit shipped from Milan station on tlie T., A. A. & G. T. R. R. during the month of May was 1,340,285 pounds, the number ol pounds received 134,940. Chip Basket.- Dr. Mesir has moved into his new house. Mrs. .J. Ridge, aged 88 years, died June Hth. C. (Huntlett has moved into his new house on Ypsilanti street. David Jenniiigs is about to erect a new house. Francia Yoiing, who had his leg broke at Smith's saw mili HTenÜ trtelu ago, is so as to be out. Mrs. Jas. A. Kelsey, anold and t'stecincd n-sident. ilicd Juneith, and was buried the Sunclay fotlowing, .1. Q. A. Sessions, of Aun Arbor, was over to Milan a few days ago to adjust a In 1p fire. B. B. Hall and J V. Cades, o) ). troit, btiilders and contractors, have decided to lócate herc. Jas. Oauntlett is to erect a large addition to his carriage shop. Ground was broken last week for tfiree new buildings. Ayers' hotel ia being thoroughly reconstructed, painted outsule and in, and otherwise improved. SALINE. Chip Basket.- Schools close June '24th. Will McKinnon has returned from Texas. The grape erop is very proetMng betMbouts. 12 men finden][)loyinent in Schairirria;e worka. The übserver wants a stock company formed to buikl a vault in thr Saline cemeterv. llcrcaltcr (emperance meetings conimence at eight o'clock. Mrs. M. A. Arinstrong has gone to Dakota with her little son, to remain with her sister for a time. Nichols Bros. are to wait for their ni'w store before Oonuneadng business again. A Good Templaré todm is being talked up by the young people. The recent rain have greatly iinproMd erop prospecta. IUv. I). K. Shier is in great demaud for 4tli of July orations. The reinains of EUv, JMH KoIiíiisdii has been taken from the Loili vault and buried in ttM Saline cemetery. Mis. W. D, Mead and Mrs. Will Hovt are receivlug a visli from their motlicr, Mrs. J. V. llickniott, of Angola, Ind. Jay Andrews and wife hare returned from ¦ stay of several montkl In I .is. The governor vetoed the bill providing fire limita because it pused im(ler auothcr head. The villaje board lms been asked to have a large cisteru constructed in the center of the town for fire purposes. Tbere tl a greal needofhltchïng posts in the rillage. A letter hat receivod stating tliat Allen lilmailis. formerly of this place, got himself into troublc down in Texas ty pkljlDB poker, shot his man and is now hidiujr fnuii the officers, who are aftiT him.