Saliue, Mich. , Ang. 3. - (Special to Daily Argus). - Eruma Weller, of Bridgewater, lately ernployed as a domestic ín Ypsilanti, has been adjudged insane and was taken to St. Joseph's retreat, Dearborn froin here Monday by Constable Jerry. Ex-Sherifï Myron Webb was in Ann Arbor on Tuesday. Marshal Charles Caiven has retnrued form Dansville, Ohio. John Schlee has completed building a new barn and horse stable. A. M. Huraphrey nas retorned from a brief outing at Mackinac. Extensivo preparatious are being made for Germán Day, Aug. ] 7. Miss Kate Leith and Master Torn are speuding a few days with irienüs here. K. Marsh has retnrned to his dnties in the sescretar of state üepartment at Lansing. A. J. Warren will break tüö gronud for a new residence ou E. Chicago st. this week. W. N. Fowler and Clinton Stimpson and wieves have retnrned from a brief trip at Niaagra Falls. Dr. Tuttle, of Clinton, reports a case of typhoid fever at Sebastian Finkbeiner's, Saline township. Howard Kichols, who bas been speuding a few days witn his family here, retnrned on Monday to Cleveland. Jacob Stnriii and Saruael Josenhans are haviug a cetnent walk put down in trout of their properties on Ann Arbor st. The wire gang on the eleotric road strung the cross wires through the village. They are iiow stringing up the trolley wire. Mrs. W. N. Moore, of Detroit, gave a lecture beture the ladiea of tne Baptist churoh on "Health and Heredity, " last night. It was largely attened. The farmers and residents are ciroulating a petitiou praying that a rural mail delivery be established rnnuing frora this office. Snch a route would be a great coavenience to those iuterested. The sumnier school course at the normal for the teachers of Washtecaw connty, closed on Satudray last and the following teachers from this part of the connty have returned home: Misses Minuie Raty, Tillie Blaess, üertie Miller, Nettie Moore, Fannie Friis, Aileen Sears, Clara Sturm, Hattie Tucker, Lilla Schaffer.