Milán, Aug. 4. - Spencer Coe and A. J. Braman have disolved business in the meat inarkot; Mr. Coe continúes the business. - A Mr. Hardy has bought the store and dwelling owned by George Clark and is to conimence business in this place. i - There are to be two more wires attoUHii 10 tile lumgrnpu poica aiong nm i'. & A. A R. R , the cross bara being alivady deliverei. - Thefamily t E. A. Reynoidsaresuf fer'iii si'vpi(-ly I rom gickltPM, four of them being attacked at one time with diti.-iont aisoas . - Juhiel H. tSmith h ib recovered froiu the effects of thu SBrgioal opcrntiou lately performed 011 him so as to be able tu be about town aain. - The barn of Samuel Campbell was struck by lihtuiuü; during the thumieisorm a few days agtv which neurly rsuhed in setting the building on fire. - A lively trad e in kerosene oil wascarried on bere latdy by our mercbants through compctition. Prudent and sitarp citizens filled up their oil cans, of all uizes, soma of which would require a 'jr two to haul home, and at prices which gave custouiers all the profitsand a part of tbe coat. - The last two regular evenings for the meetings of the Rwforuj club no meetings were held, on account of sickness in the family of Mr. Reynolds, whois president of the club, and for other unavoidable oircumstunces. There is to be a revival of interest in theclub meetings in a short time, and it is hopt d all goöd citizens will give it thtiir attention. MOOREVILLE, Aug, 4. - There vu a very severe storm Sun4ay, vury hard wind with hail and laiu. - The Rev. Mr. Sunderland of Ann Arbor preached in this place Sunday, at 'l F. M., and deliverei a lecture to the Bmd of Hope in the evening.