Mrs. Blinn visited Ann Arbor the last of the week. Miss Cora Hanson will spend the sinftmer up the lakes. Several of the Milan people did Ann Arbor this week. A fine rain Tuesday morning gave egetation a good start. Mr. H. Sili is entertaining his sisf trom Detroit this week. C. R. Whitmart of Ann Arbor, was a Milán visitor last week. Orange blossoms all budded to bloom WJU be presented to the public for criticism. Mr. W. S. WaHflcè and family are, movlttg into their new house on Main street this week. Miss Elsie VanBuren left for Tacoma, Washington Territory, to visit her father, Dr. M . VanBuren, last Monday. Rev.Jay Huntington had a very interesting article in the Cincinnati M essen ger last week on "Lácense," discussiVig the pro and con of its respectability. , Mr. David Blackmer, one of Milans oldest ie;idents, died Friday morning. He was nearly S5 years of age and will be greatly missed by his okl fnends. Mr. Alva Reynolds and Miss Leofie Alcott were married Sunday morning. Both are residents ot Milan and their many friends wish them much joy. Our little city has been quite full of visitors for some days past from Detroit, Carleton, Ypsilanti, Lansing, Ann Arbor," Saline, Dundee and licHeville. Rev. J. Huntington visited Dexter the last of the week and Monday hc left for Niles or near there where he was called to officiate at the funeral of an old friend. Levi Hause died last Thursday and was burried Saturday. He had been very ill for some time beiore his death. ïïis remains were taken to Mooreville for interment.