Mrs. C. Yotmghans died Monday after an operation for tumor. The M. E. Sunday sohool held their annual piouio at Sand Lake Tuesday. B. Fred Burtless letunred to camp luesday, his 10 days' furlongh having axpired. Mrs. Amanda fickett retorned last week from Blissfield wbere she has been spending several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Urquehart and daughter, of Cleveland, Ohio, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Refethern for a few days. Warner Spenoer, 32d Miohigan Volunteers and Willis Green, Sist Michigan Volnnteers, are at home eaoh on a 30 days fnrlongh. Rev. Hutohins aud wife were presented Wednesday afternoon with a bandsome porcelain olock, a token of esteem from the young people of the Baptist ohnrch aud congregatiou. E. S. Hagaman's horse aud buggy was stolen last Thnrsday Boon from Arbeiter grove while the festivities were in progress. It was traced north throngh Sharon, tben it was found that tbe course had been torned east aod then sonth. It was seen again the sarae day sonth of Adrián. At tbis writing Mr. Hagaman is in Ohio hoping to flnd some trace of it. The remains of Horner Palmer, who died at Chickamanga tbe 15th of Ang. were broiight here by bis father Toesday night of last week. They were met at tbe depot by the Manchester Gnards and a large noruber of oitizeos. Tbe funeral was held Wednesday afternoon, JRev. Hntcbins: officiating. He wasone, of the most popular yonng nien of tbe village, a rñember of the graduating olass oï '94 of whioh he is tbe flrst to be taken, At the time of his death he was a member of Co. C, 31st Michigan "Volrinteers. The floral offering from the company was a ü. S. flag, composed of red, white and bine flowers.