Miss Emma Lewis, of Ypsilanti, is among relatives here this week. Nearly everybody in town went to the picnic at North Lake on Wednesday. The union meeting next Sunday night will be at the Congregational church. Eugene Evans left for Iowa last Tuesday night to visit relatives and look after business there. No great number from here have been to the Exposition this week, but many will go next week. Jas. Bachman has begun business evaporating fall apples and pays 15 ets. per bushei for the fruit. Mrs. Charlotte Taylor received $710 from England Thursday as heir at law of a deceased brother. Rev. Mr. Fleming, of Detroit, preached to the union meeting last Sunday night at the M. E. church. Some pieces of corn and late potatoes are now growing and will improve much more than was expected before the late rains. The work on the school house is being pushed on and is expected to be ready to begin school about the first Monday in October. Harvesting beans had begun, but has been stopped by the late rains. The erop about here is good and they will probably bring $1.50 per bushel. The market has been quite unsettled the past week and now stands at $1 for red wheat and 98 cents for white; rye, 90 ets.; barley, $1.10 to #1.25; hogs, $4.25; chickens, 6 ets. per pound; eggs, 14 ets.; butter, 14 ets.; pears, 50 to 85 ets. per bushel; peaches, $1 to $1.50 per bushel; apples, 80 ets. per barrel.