Cyrus Kaymond, one of the oldest and most respectad inhabitauts of Sharb, died at the residence of iris son, M. Ii. Raymond, on Feb. 9. Deceased was in hra 88th year, and although he had been totally blind for some years, kis mind remained clear almost to the md. Pour ohildren survive him. Chas. A. Bnllard has returned from business trip to Alabama and Mississippi. Geo. Allen, of Bridgewater, companied him. Miss Bertha and Minnie Uphams Tisited over Sunday at the home of E il. Pierce. The pupils of Dist. No. 9 hold leap jear and necktie social at the home ohas. A. Bullard this evening. Prof eeds to be used in pnrchasing apparaBH. The Epworth League social which tras advertised for this evening, has keen postponed for one week. It will be keld at the home of Geo. B. Raymond. The M E. ohuroh society held a ooial at the resideiice of R. W. Cointook this afternoon. Many of onr teachers will atr.end the Meeting of Washtenaw Co. Teaohers' Association at Saline next week. Sharn will be ably represented on the programme by Miss Nettie Gillett, one of ar veterans in sohool work. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Pardee have kaen visiting in Cambridge for the past two weeks. Misses Lydia Lindberts and Mary láeyer spent some days in Freedom last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shepard entertained the pedro club from Manchester last Satnrday evening. Jesse Green, of Jackson, has been Tiisiting relativos in this vicinity. Frank Merithew will remove to Mantóester soon. Fred Houk has pnrchased an interest iM the flrm of Wuster Bros. Cira Uphans visited at Anton Upkans' last week. Joseph Lamb will close the winter term of school at Rowe Corners next Triday with recitations, dialogues, etc. The people of that district know a good tfaing when they see it, and aonordingïy Mr. Lamb will oomplete the year there. Neighbors and friends of Wm. Trolz made a bee and drew nis wood home fcom the woods on Friday last. Herman Myer has been on the road Mlling patent medicine lately. Fred Steinigeweg will work for L. S. Hulbert this season. Mrs. Ed. Lookwood has been contned to the house for the last three weeks with la grippe. E. W. Crafts has been serion?ly il] with la grippe. A representativo of the Union Central Life Insurance Co. of Cincinnati, was in towu on Tuesday. Louis Trolz, soa of Henry Trolz, mei with quite a serious accident last Wed■esday. While attempting to olimb pon a sleigh driven by Fred Wolpert, Me was caught ber.ween the bolster and the boards and the bones of the leg seTerely bruised.