A cold wave has struck Milán this week. Mrs. Alva Reynolds is very ill with measles this week. Mrs. Bennet refurned to her home, in Iowa, the last of the week. Rev. J. Huntington returned from his western trip Tuesday evening. Warrie Babcock will soon leave for agricultural college at Lansing. Mrs. H. Hack entertanied a number of her friends Tuesday evening. Miss Grace Huntington' returned from her Detroit visit. the first orthe week. David Hitchcock will soon have a nice elevator in full operation at the junction. Mr. and Mrs. F. Leonard returned from their sojourn in the country last week. i Mr. R. Ostrander, one of our genial druggists, was quite ill the first of the week. Mrs. William Howard has the Baptist tea social Friday afternoon of this week. Mrs. M. Edwards has the Methodist tea social at her residence Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Rouse and family, of Saline, moved into their house on County street, Monda v. There are quite a number of fine horses owned by the Milán citizens who try their speed daily. Mr. B. Marble is adding a kitchen to the house occupied by C. íiobbs and family, on County street. Died, Wednesday, Perry Davis aged three years. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Davis. Editor Hawkins, ofthe Saline Observer, was observed on the streets of Milán last week by some of the Milán observéis. Ben. Odell has taken the place of his brother George at Chas. Gauntlett's shoe store, George having gone home sick to his parents in Brigliton. Ben. Calvin, one ofthe prominent greenbackers, went through Milán last evening on his way to the National convention at St. Louis, Missouri. The free Methodist minister, Mr. Ilouston and family, moved into the new parsonage last week. It is a very pretty home and their friends wish them muchjoy and comfort in it. The glasses which frequenters of the Milán Leader office have become acquainted with gleamed from the crowd surrounding a street fakir in Milán on Tuesdaylast. No vtonded he sports a power press.