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Milán, Sept. 1. - Johnny Clark has moved into his new hoUMi -Frank Butler lias bought the oíd V 1 1 tí i t r farm of 95 acres. -Ola Mead ís employed by Burt & ïessac as clevk in their hardware store. -Miss Ella and Eva Hobbs of Kalkaska are visiting friends ín this vicinty. - Wesley Way, formerly a resident of Milán, died in Genesee county one day ast week, - John Flinn ha moved into the building lately occupied by E. A. Reynolds. j - A string of 15 new carriages passed through Milan one day last week, all looking for buyers. '-Eider Saxton delivered a teniperance lecture at the church here Saturday evening, Aug. 28. - Mrs. Mary Dentón of Clare county, and formerly residing here, is visiting friends in this vicinity. - CyrusDavis of this place has a snnflower in his garden which measures 22 inches in diameter, and a stalk 13 feet high. - Albert llolcomb has charge of the tonsorial department of Chas. Bnroh's i establishment in place of Mr. Selleck resigned. -II. B. Haight, agent for Kjan & Woodmff of Toledo, has shipped from Milán station during the present j mer 600 piles. -A little son, one year old, youngest chlld of Charles M. and Emily Blacknier of this village, died Aug. 30 of cholera infantum. - A little girl two years old, danghter of Warren and Eliza Reynolds of Saline; formerly of Milan, died Aug. 24th of cholera infantutn. -The great greenback orator, Mr. Trevellick, will deliver an address to the expectant inhabitants of this ity on the evening of Sept. 3. - N. C. Putnam of Üie firm of K. C. Put nam & Co. of Milan, was nominated for register of deeds for Washtenaw county at the gveenback convention at Ann Árbor on Aug. 28. - George Ilanson has the contract for building the cattle-euards and culverts 12 miles on the Detroit, Butler and St. Louis railroad, commencing one mile east of Milan and running west the distance named. - D. V. Hitchcock, our genial station j agent, has kindly furnished us the amount of shipments from Milan during the year ending June 30, 1880, which amounts to 4,146 tons, not including grain which was 319 tons. -The only real interest visible here in political matters is manifested by the greenbackers, who held a meeting here on the evening of August 27th. Speeches were made by Mr. Baker of Jonesville and N. C. Putnam of this place. -The Milan reform clnb gave one of their entertainmentslastTuesday evening. It is perhaps well enough to state tliat the Milan reform club is still another red ribbon organization yet in exI istenre with regular meetings and money in the treasury that the Evening News has not yet heard of.


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