The Cliequamegon band returned from their sumiller stay at Ashland, Wis., last Monday a. m. Andy Boyer, for many years an Ann Arborite, is one of the famons New Orleans University Singers. With a leas nuaiber of acres by a considerable thanmanyothercounties, Waslitenaw has the largest yield of wheat of any county In the state, according to the September erop report of the secretary ol the state. The sudden death of William Donegan, of Northticld, last Saturday, at. the age of 52 years, leaves a wife and a family of five chlldren without their natural protector. The deceased had been working hard at shoeing horses during the day, which caused a rush of blood to the head, and Inducrd congestión of the lungs. Funeral services were held Monday a. m. from the Northfleld church. One of our live citizens who alwayg knows what he is talking about, hands us the following recipe for unfermented grapewinc: "Piek from the sterns sound ripe grapes, put them in a granite kettle, add a little water and cook slow until the seeds and pulp separate. Press or strain through a cloth, return to the kettle, add Miree pounds of white sugar to every gallon óf juice, heat slow to simmering hot- not boil- skim well, bottle hot aud Seal. It will keep for years." The following appolntments for this county and viclnity have been made by the M. E. conference : Kev. T. J. .loNlIn, prewldlng eider. Ann Arbor- W. w. Hamsey. Ypsilantl- Isaac E. Springer. Cbelsea- W. M. Campbell. Dexter- To besupplled. Mancbutter and Sharon- 1). K. Shlor. Saline- W. H. Beuton. Mllan- 1. J. Odell. Dlxboro- A. W. Stalker. Whltmore Iake-S. W. Blrd. Balera- A. Whltcomb. linaand Hylvan- H. Palmer. Nortb Lakeaud Plnckney- H. Marsball. South Lyon- F. Bradley. BtockbridKe and Unadill- D. B. Miller. 1 mii,l.-. l. H. Yukiuii.