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Mies Mattie Kanouse is in tovvn. Mrs. S. A. Hawkins has returned from a visit to her daughters in Deeifielcl. Mr. and Mrs. David Zelupf, of Tecumseh, visitcd Mrs. E. A. Clark last week. The Observer man and his wife took a trip to Deerfield on Saturday last to visit friends. Mr. C. Browner, G. B. Mason's lively young clerk, called on friends at Mooreville Sunday. Mr. Peter B. Blue and Ella M. Craig were married bv Justice M. Webb, September 25th, 1888. The pupils of the Saline uniĆ³n school gire a social in the school hall on Friday ovening, October 5th. Another boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Gillen. John is rearing his base ball nine. Only two more are needed. Saline is getting to be somewha' noted; two fights on Saturday evening. In the future the lockup will be open ready to receive all such characters. Messrs. Dennis & Glover, Saline's wideawake merchants, exhibited their engine, little Daisy, at the Jackson and Ypsilanti fairs. It is a beauty, just the thing for farmers. The democratie convention for the second representative district of Washtenaw county, was held at Wallace Hall, on September 22, witn a luii attendance or delegares. Mr. James Lt. Louden, of Augusta, was unanimously nominated tor repreeentative. Grover Cleveland and the democratie platform were fully endorsed. Harmony and good feeling preyailed.