Milán, Nov. 17. - There was a dance at tho Leonard Fruit Co. faetory on Monday evening Nov. 17th. - Win. Brigga has moved from East Milán into rooms in the house owned by Thomas Braman. - Mr. John Sherman, Sr., of Milán township, died on the 17th inst. after a very short illness, with parylysis. His age was 73 years. - The firm of Wilson and Sons of this place, have built an addition to thoir savv mili, in which they can now saw iumber 30 feet in iength. - Frank McLellan forraerly living in tliis vicinity now residing in Ciare county, this state ishere with his family visiting relativas and friends. - Owen and Mead, stove dealers of this place, have rentod the steam power of Wlaley's inill, for tho purpose of manufacturing oil barrels, staves and heading. - Mr. A. Gardner, jeweler and news agont of this place, has coinmenced the manufacture of candy forthe trade. His faotory is at the rear of the building he has occupied for soine time as nows room. - Byron Hobbs returnod from Grand Traverso where he has been staying for several weeks. Mr. IIobb3 has been preparing a home in that región for his family where he intends moving in a short time. ; - Jumes Dujle, "wc undcrstand, ia offeriug building lots at prices within the reach of the ineans of laboring mou, an inducoment not before held out by land owners in this place, to either emigrant or sojourner. - The Leonard Fruit Company of this place shut down work in their factory on Nov, 14th, having used up the stock of apples on hand ; they will resume work again for asborttimoif they can procure apples. The company have used about 10,000 bushels the present season.
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