Detroit received calis from the Milán people Monday. Mr. and Mis. Chandler will celebrated at Weston the 4th. Geo. Odell made nis people a short visit a few days ago. Mrs.Whitmarsh and Imoreturned from Inkster, Friday evening. Prof Hearn and famíly leít fór Dansville the last of last week. Mis Denmore lias Miss Crolius place at ihe postofh'ce fora time. The Miian hand fillec] the air with its Bweet melody the fourth. The nevv dry good firm from Tecumseh are having ;i fine run of custum. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson entertained friends from Quincey this week. Died, Monday, Mr. Hany Campbell aged 85 years. Funeral Wednesday. Editor Hawkiris of the Saline Observt'f visited Milau the first ot the week. Mrs. Chapin and Mr-. Ilaiper were Ana Arhor visitors the last of [ast week. Mrs; Gauntlett and mother are iiii n_c relatives in Grand Rapids this v eek. Several of ihe Milan people vtsited Detroit and Aun Arhor on the the fourth. Mrs. Wra. Howard and Mrs. Sanervee were [ackson visitors the last of the week. Several of the Milan citizens attended commencement exercises at Ann Arbor during last week. ÁJ i-s Minnie Crolius and Miss Sadie Coe drove to Saline last week to attend commencement exercises. Fiie crackers and boys, torpedoes and girls, fnghtened horses, and men, ice cream and candies, tired wives and husbands, constituted the varied and glorious 4-th of 18SS. The ice crpam festival under the auspicies of the young' peoples' society of the M. E. church Saturday evening was a complete success. The band furnished music and Milan was full of people frorti the country and Saturday seetned to be the right time and Mr. Rice's lawn the right place, and all had an enjoyable time.