Eugene K. Freuanff, speoial agent of ;he Travelers' Insnranoe Co., returned Saturday night from a thtee weeks' trip. While away he met severa] Ann Arbor people. In Gornnna Miobael Reedy well known atnong the older people, has a flourishing drug store. Mr. Reedy was iu Vicksburg, Miss., a number of years before the rebellion. Be said the people tbere were not afraid of the yellow fever. He had a slight attaok of the disease. The dootors there opposed the free use of water. Eveiyone who drank freely of watei reoovered. In Owosso, C. J. Matthews, foreman of the Ann Arbor machine shop, bas built himsself a nioe home with raudrn iroproveruents. In St. Johns, Alonzo Smith, of Pittsfleld, is running a wagon shop and eniploying la men. Mr. Smith is married and has a boy whom he values above everything. He bas sucoeeded iu business sinoe be settled in tbat town. A reunión of oíd soldiers is to be held at H. C. Packard's, in Salem, on Saturday, Aug. 20. A cordial invitation is extended to all, espeoially old veterans.