- David Berdan and wife have removed to ïocumseh. - Arthur Webb of Manchester ia in town visiting bis únele Charles Webb. - Richard Grauntlett hassoldhis stock of boots and Bhoe3 to A. P. Wood & Co. - The Germán Dance at Risdou's Hall on Friday evening of last week wasa success. - Miss Lizzie Harvey of London, Canada is in towu the guest of Mrs. D. L. Murray. - John ijaRue and Ed Weinett started for Texas last Saturday with two car joadsof sheep. - Prof. Dickey opened to a good audienje at M. E. church on Friday eveuing of last week. -On account of ill health Will Isbell bas given up his position iu Nichols' Bros Drug Store. - Ürville "Wood has severed his connection with A. P. Wood & Co., and will move into the soutbern part of the state. - Rev. Moses Smith of Jackson will deliver a lecture on " How I Climbed Mount Vesuvius" at M. E. church on Tucsday evening Feb. 18. - Au entertainment for the benefit of the Young Ladies' Library Association was givon at Union School Hall on Wednesday Evsning Feb. 12. Receipts $30. - Eugene Hebber is in receipt of a handsome silver cup standing 10 inches high and valued at $20, won by 'Beauty' (one of his sporting dogs) at Detroit Bencli show in January last, and bears the following inscription - " First Prize won by Beauty, at the Detroit Bench show, 1879."