AiOOKEVILLE, Sopt. 1. - Tho haryeat, diuice at Liako Ridga was sliraly attendml. - "Died Aug. .30, Mrs. Fisb., a newly arrived sottler of tbis place. - Necktie social at the rosidenee of Thomas Shaw, Wednosday, Sept. 10. - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dillon celebrated their tin wedding on Saturday, Aug. 30. - Two persons received the rite of baptism at the Baptist church last Sunday niorning. - Charles Jackson bas located lapd in Crawford county, and nieditates ruoviug in the spring. - Col. Gouldingis expocted to deliver a temporáneo addrees hore ïuesday evening of this week. - A large party aesembled at the Baptist church Aug. 27, to witnese the marriage cereraony of the Rev. J. N. Lewis, pastor of the Baptist church at Monroe, and Miss Mary B. Hammond of Saline township. Eev. J. S. Boyden of Ypsilanti officiating. After tho coremony tho friends of the newly-weddod pair met at the residonce of A. G. Mclntyre whero the usual congratulations were given, which occupied the short spaco of time before their departura on the train for the west. The brido received a number of beautiful presonts, nir.ong whioh are a gold necklace, a Freneh clock, jewelry, silverwaro, napkina, &c. Mr. Lowis -waa formerly pastor ot Baptist church here, and he and bride will carry with thera the sincere wishes of the whole community for their future happiness. Müoreville, Sep. 2. - Franci3 Young and wifo - a daughter. - Mr. Ijowp bas removed his atore into the old Alchin stand, Mr. J. üauntlett's shoe store ocupying one side of the room. -Mr. F. Butler's little boy Freddie feil off from the seaprator of a threshing machine and the trucks run over his leg breaking it twico and crushing it badly. - Mrs. Honry Coggins lies very low of consumption. Old Hundhed.