Attorney Frank Trussell, of Milan, died October 18 at his home aiter an illcess of three days. The deceased leavos a vnfe and daughter. After a lingering illness Williara Ostrander died Saturday at bis home In Milan. lie leaves a wífe and six chiliron. Robert Plintofl, aged eighty year3, died at his home in Northlield, last Wednesday. The deceased has lived in this county since 1839, and was a well to do and thoroughly respected farmer. Chas. A. Spokes died at his home cm River-st, Ypsilanti, Oct. H, and w.is buried on the 17th. The deceased vraa thirty-six years old and leaves a wife. Nergie Polk died at the home of her parents on Maple-st, Ypsilanti, Oct. 15. Her age was eleven months. James Fiester, aged ninety years, died Oct. 15, at Willis. The deceasrid had been ill but a short time, líe leaves two daughters. Tile funeral was held at Willis on the 17th and the body was interred in Oakwood cencetery, Saline. Abbie F. Yose, aged 88, died in Ypsllanti Oct. 19. She had been gradually failing for some time. John Burg died at his home in York township, Oct. 18. The deceased was ono of the Washtenaw pioneers and was over 92 years old. Ho leaves fcur boüs and three daughters, all of whem aro prominent and respected cili.euii. An account of Mr. Burg's life will be .Siven next week.