Milan,Kov. 17. - Mr. Guy lost a valuable horse on the Uth. - Alex Bmith is visiting fnends m Northern Michigan. -Edgar Mead is recovering from a severe attack of typhoid f ever. -The iron npon the Butler road is lain within eight miles of Milan. - Mil ton Ilitchcoekhas liad an attack of bilious fever, but is recovering. -Charles Henham has moved into a house upon the farm of Albert ("ase. - Mi. Balusa witi soon put maohinery in Whaley's mili, för making barrel h!'ling, in connection with his stavo cuttini business here. - There is great probability of the depot for the Butler railroad, being located at the crossing of the T. & A. A. road, and also the T. & A. A. depot beíng moved to the same placo. - f)r. M. Goodman of Ürange county, New York, was visiting his cousin Dr. Messic of Milán, last week. Mr. Goodman carne after his btother, Robert Goodman who has been sick for some time with malarial disease. -A. A. Tuttle agent for D. Henning of Chicago, has bought and shipped from Milán dnring the present season 2011 barrels of apples, at an average price of 62 cents per barrel, making an outlay for apples, barrels, labor, etc., over S2000. -The suit before Jnstice Mavble. for stealing a tuvkey carne off on Monday the löth and resulted in a verdict of zmlty against two men named Greenfield 'and Townsend. They were flned 2 each, and costs, which amounted to over $50. I). Cramer was connsel for defendants, and the prosecuting attorney for Monroe and S. Randall of Dundeê for tho people.
Ann Arbor Argus