Smallpox iias brokeu out In the fauiily of Milo Sniith, who livea two miles southeast of Willis. William II. Lehman, of Chelsea, who lias bees sorlously i, luis been about town a ga in. John B. Cole feil on a Chelsea sidew.ill; lasi weck and broke hls wrist. Mrs. George Loeffler is building a large barn in Freedom. George V. Boyntou died in Slyvan Jau. L':;, aged 58 years. He was bom on the farm on svhlch he died, was married in IS65 to Miss Emily s who survives Uiin. He was interested in all tuat helped the farrner, was : gOOd Citizen, a line man and will be eatly missed. Wallaee i'isk died in s.vivan .]:in. 2;. aged years. Saline complalns that not a single carload of coa! has been received there since la si ia 11. Lafayette Grange, whlch meeta in Chelsea I't-i . 1. discusses the question of how to make farm Ufe as attractive as other calliugs. Easlly answered Subscribe for the Daily Argus. Glenu Uosier, aged 13, died in 'clister Jan. 15. lic was the youngesi sou ot' George Rosier, Mi-s. Estber Parker, widow of Samsou Parker, montion of Whose deatb at the Uomé of her son. George O. Parker, in Sclo, has been made in the Argus, was boni in Pennsylvania Dec. 18, 1819. She carne witli her father to Lima in 1825 and was marrled in 1851. She jeft threé chlldren, (Jeorge C, Charles E., and .Miss Alia J. Parker. Frederick Krauslmer dled .Tan. 29, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. (Jeorge Spielgelberg, ín Dexter, aged 83 years. Mrs. Monis i'i.xi.i dled at her .home iu Dexter township, Jan. 26, aged 80 years. Miss Hattie I.. Rose, of Manchester, was inarrled to Louis Bergeron, of South Hem], Ind.. at the M. E. paisonage in Manchester Jan. 28. Charles Loucke, of Iron Greek, tlied Jan. 2'. aged 17 years. léavlng a wlfe and flye chlldren. .laser V; Kapp, of Manchester, have sont two carloada of onions to uurs. Bmanuel ehurch, of Manchester, has raised over $1,400 for a tiew pipe orsun. L)r. Kapp and A. .T. Waters have purchased the Aiulrew Braun farm in Freedoni, of iihi acres at $30 an acre. The farra lias no buildings on it. Misa Harriel Baker is the new Universallsi minister al Manchester. She comes from Kenditllville, Ind. Burtters & Amspoker, of Manchester, slii(icil two carJoads of sheep last week. The Manchester eroamery paid the farmers $2,O19.6C Cor mük last nionih. Paysou Crafts died In Grass Lake Jan. 27, aged 71 years. Mis death was sudden as he had Ween about the vUlage that day. He resided ia Manchester for ïnany yéars. He was a ran of the civil war, and a Masón. The funeral takes place today and the interinent is at Manchester. The linie 15-months-old daughter ui' Mrs. Helen Schrid was buried in Manchester last Wodnesday. She was the vKTiin ot a chocking accident. The motlier, wbo is a umc of Mre. Jacob Braun, of Freedom, and who n in Plint, was Iighting n Qre wlth isene, when the Same caughi her clothing. She grabbed up the ehild and raii out of dors, where a boy rolled ilii'in n the gnow. Both were terribly burned and the child died. Jlciii-y Wolfe lias returned to liis home in Sha ron ímn) Ann Arbor nursing liis thumb, which be had off ai the Brst joint Little Raymond Walker, of Sharon, was badly Bcalded by pulling a basfu ■i' luit water off the sin,.. Wm. Nubling, of Manchester, s aursiug a spramed arm fronj a fall. Mré. John D. Merrlthew, the oldesl resident of Manchester village, died ■fan. L'l. aged ST. She was born in Bngland and came to Michij?an BO years ago. She was miirrled in is::.