JIrs. Turksberry is quite ill. Florence King is on the sick list. H. Sill and wife visited Saline, Sunday. Mrs. G. R. Williams was quite ill last week. Born, to Mrs. Gee, Wednesday morning, a daughter. Mr. H. M. Burt and wife were Detroit visitors last week. Mrs. Bell Taylor returned to Saginaw, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wheatlake is the guest of her father, Mr. Berknap. Lester Blinn and Lula Gilchnese are victims of chicken pox. Chas. Clark is entertaining a sister and nephew from Bay City. Rev. J. Huntington is entertaining a sister from the state of New York. The floral offerings at Miss Clara Case's funeral last week were beautiful. The W. C. T. U. week of prayer will be observed by many at their own homes. Several cases of measles, chicken pox and mumps are reported in and about Milan. Born, Wednesday, to Wm. H. Whaley and wife, a son. The whole family are doing well. Luis Blinn arrived home Saturday from Ontario. He will visit his people for a week and then return. Mr. Wm. Huntington and family, of Jackson, are the guests of Rev. J. Huntington and family for a few days. Warren Babcock, our genial postraaster, is on the sick list. He' "was taken quite violently Saturday night. Landlord Burnham has a new organ, but they still continue to speak to their less fortúnate friends just as of yore. Editor N. W. Wilcox, the Milan poet, has taken the Ashley Argus into his hands and can, if he chooses, make a success of it. Milan is filling up so fast with musical instruments that it will soon be known as the "Musical Village on the borders" (of the two county unes.) Married, Smith - Blackmer. Mr. L. Smith and Mifs Clara Blackmer were joined in the holy bond of perfect happiness at Rev. J. Carter's, a few days ago. Burglars on Front street,Saturday night, succeeded in frightening the inmates but were themselves frightened away with empty hands as far as can be learned. "Hal Hazard" was played at the Milan opera house with great success two nights and a request that it be repeated in the near future which was compliment enough and pleasing to the G. A. R. post. who feit that their efforts had not been in vain. Mrs. Berkit's remains were brought to Milan Saturday where the funeral sermon was preached at the Union church, Sunday, by Free Methodist minister Houston, assisted by Rev. Bartram, the M. E. pastor. The remains were taken to the London vault, funeral director, H. J. Zimmerman. The officers were elected, election day, Pres., E. F. Pyle; trustees for full term, J. Bray, A. E. Gardner, Robert Swayze; to filLvacancyjWm. Whaley; Clerk, Charles Moore; Treasurer, J. Henry Ford; for assessor, Reuben W. Trussell; Street commissioner, Philip M. Edwards; Constable, Henry M. Dexter. The Monroe county teachers association met at Milan, Saturday. The day was lovely and attendance good. Prof. Freeman in the chair and he filis it well and knows just how to conduct a meeting of that kind in an interesting manner. The recitations, selections, music and discussions were all interesting. Certainly such meetings ought to be encouraged, as they are conducive to mutual improvement. The next meeting will be held in May, at Dundee. Piot. Hearn did all in his power to make the day pass pleasantly and deserves a vote of thanks.