Mr. Harmon ia visiting bis many friends at the east. "Scarlet fever" is posted on the house of Mr. James Vandenwerken. Rev. W. E. Dunning is announced to speak on the proposed contitutional amendment at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. Voters especially invited. Captain Allen is to speak at Barr's. hall some time this month. Every republican aDd democrat should hear him. The first Methodist social s to be held next Friday afternoon ndeveninu at Spencer Davis'. The most of the people say that the Boalüooley letter is just and riglit. Mrs. Clark, mother-in-law of Rev. W. E. [)unDÍDg, is one of the losers in the late wrglary of the post office at Ypsilanti, n a registercd letter, of $30. Mr. Drury had a vendue sale of the faruing inipleruents and stock of bis farm on ,he 6th inst. There was not so large an atendance as when the farmers have less to do, but all went at a fair figure. The house of' the Heinens' homestead wa9 jurncd last Friday evening, the fire originated in the kitchen, and bofore discovered ïad a good start tor its work of destruction. The family had retired except William,who irst discovered it. Help soon appeared and a portion of the contents of the house was saved, but the most of it was lost. The property was insured in the Washtenaw County Mutual Co. A sad feature of the eveot was that Mrs. Ilemens was sick, and very low. She had to be carried out and taken to hor son's who lived near. The moving starled the cancer, with which she was suffering, to bleeding. and it was thought that the whole aö'air would niake ïer rauch worse, but as yet it has resulted iitt'T than was feared.