Miss Fish, of Brooklyn, visited her eousin, Miss Nellie Clark last Sunday. Miss Bertha Lehn will spend a oonple of months in Toledo and Detroit. Herbert Teeter has been rusticating at the home of bis unole, Henry Rushtou, sonth of town. Wm. Amspoken fell from a car Thnrsday while loading stock at the yards and broke two ribs. Mrs. H. Townsend went to Elkhart, Ind. , Satnrday to see her son who wsb so badly burnad a short time ago. Dr.and Mrs.George Brown and ciaughter Ella, of Cincinnati, visited Mrs. Brown?s father Wm. Baxter last week. A number of Masons went to Saline Snnday to assist at tbo laying of the corner stone for the new Piesbyterian churob. Dr. Thomas Moran and wife who have been visitiug his father for several weeks, have gone to Elk River, Minn., to spend the reruainder of the vaoation. Jesse Sherwood died Wednesday of last week, of dropsy, at his home in the east part of town. The funeral was held at the residence Thnrsday and was iargely attended. Rev. Merrifield offioiated. Will Holmes' team became frightened Thursday afternoou at a pile of ]umber lying in front of the house and overturned the bnggy, throwing out his little boy Jobnnie who was driving at the time As ha feil one foot oanght in the lines and he was dragged by the runaway team for half a mile, the wheel passing over hiB body eeveral times. Mack Robison and Diok Alvord snocoeded in stopping the team. The boy'a escape was miraculous. No bonea were broken, bnt bis body was severely brnised. Dr. Kapp is attending him.