Eliza Black, a colored inmate of the oöunty bonse, died Satnrday morning aged 44 ylats. Charlottte Behrens (Mrs. Robert Mautell) died at Port Huron Monday, af ter a ' liogering illness of sevetal weeks' duratioQ. .'.-. John Cunningham, of Dexter, died at the county house Monday Digbt, aged 34 years. His remains were taken to Dexter for interment by relatives. Joseph Hntzel died at his home 728 S. Main st. Sandav rnorning, uf kindney trouble, aged 67 years. Funeral servioes were held at the honse Tnesday ftftarnooa, Rev. A. L. Nicklas offioiat Joel Miner, who has been a resident of Adq Arbor siuoe 1871, died at his bome 526 Thompson st., ou Tuesday aight aged 90 years and 8 montbs. Tbe funeral servioes will be beid at the boase this afternoon at 3 o'clook. Mrs. Alzina Morton, a sister of Mrs. A. E. Sessions, of this city, died at ber oíd borne in Ypsilanti town Tuesday night. Sbe was 70 years old on the day sbe died. Besides Mrs. Sessions sbe laaves fwu otber sisters, Mrs. 3. R. Holmes, witb whom she lived, and Mis. C. D. i'ritchard, of Iowa. John George Zwink, of Northfleld, a promiuent farmer of that town, died Satnrday evening, of pneumonía. Deceased was born in Germany, but had ban a resident of this oouuty for a large i nninber of years. Six cbildren satvive bim, his wife baving died a few months ago. He was 82 years of age. The fauei'al servioes, held at the Bethlehem aburen, Ann Albor, Wednesday afternoon, were largely attended.