Mrs. Ohlinger, wife of Dr. Ohlinger, is very sick. Mrs. Carrie Fowle-Bryan, of North Adams, is visiting lier niece Mrs. W. L. Watkius. Herman Schoettle went to Jackson a few days last week to attend the C. E. convention. Miss Jennie Root, of Tecumseh, comes here every ïuesday to give music lessons. A class of nine boys and six girls were conflrmed at Emanuel's churcb on Sunday. Charles Wuerthner, who is doetoring at the Ann Arbor hospital, spent Sunday with his paren'ts. Miss Mattie Swift has opened a rnillinery business in the store recently occupied by Miss Pfister. The Misses Minnie and Katie Braun of Jackson, and Miss Sturm, of Clinton, carne here Saturday, to attend the confirmatiou services on Sunday. Mrs. Fountain, an old resident of Manchester, died suddenly last Friday evening. She left her home for town vvell and happy. She went into Miss Swift's millinery store and was taken with heart disease. The funeral was beid at Ler resitlence on City road, Tuesday afternoou, Bev. Merrifleld ofBciating. Tliuse f rom abroad who eame to attend the funeral were Mr. S. Underhill and Miss Sarah Underhill, uf Chicago, and Mrs. Cole, of Tecum3eh.