3Mrs. J. Evart Smith is visiting at Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smitlie are home from their easterntrip. H, P. Glover will begin erecting h.s box factory next rnonth. Miss Louise Rowlev, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rowíey, (lied Monday n'ghtof consumption. The Normal junior and senior receptions carne off Wednesday and Thursday evenings of this week at Principal Sill's. Miss Susie Lamb, who is stenographer for the Walker Brewing House in Canada, was home on a vacation on the Queen's birthday. The G. A. R., attended by the Ligh' Guards, Woruen's Relief Corps, and a juvenile drum corps, attended the Episcopal service, last Sunday. Webster. Fishing is quite the rage now. There are several cases of the measlep. Water has risen. Myriads of lakes have materialized. The Congrepational Sunday echoo' will observe Cliildren's day, June 15th No admission fee, but an offering is to be made. Last Wednesday evening, the wedding of Miss Clara Alexander, of this place to John McCall, of Jackson, was celebrated at the reeidence of the bride's parents. Friends from the groom's home attended the wedding, together with relatives here.