Daniel Shipmao, dioil near Ypsilanti, Nov. 6. He was 65 years oíd and leaves a vvife. Martba Everett died at her home near Ypsilanti. November 8, and was buried at Rawsonville. November 10. Deceased was 88 years oíd. Margaret E. Golösmith, of York died November 8. after sutteringr alonr time with consumption. The fuñera wasjheld at the home in York, Nov. 10 The deceased leaves a husband anc seven children, was 65 years oíd and had resided in tnis eounty 17 years. Mr. Martha Stowell, of Salino, wh has been employed as domestic in thi city for sorae time, died yesterday aged 25 years. The remains were tak en to the home of her fatlier, J. F Stierle, at Saline, whero the fuñera will occur tomorrow at 11 a. m. and a the SaliuQ clmrch at 12 o'cloek, Rev. Prasoea A. Soule clLed at the home of Prof. H. S. Carhart, last Thursday momio. Mr. Soule wa ovor 80 years olü and had been in thi city for a nurabor ol y;ars. Hie ;i?ec wife sut'vives him and her den;.;) i bkely to oeeur soon as she is vory il! Mrs. II. S. Carhart is a daugliter o the deceased, Early Wednesday tnorntng Mrs Francés E. Soule, the motber of Mrs Prof. Carhart, died after a long illi Mrs. Soule was the wife of flav. Pran cis E. Soule, who died less than on week agro. After a long and happy married life the two old poople died to gether. "In their death tbey were no aivided." This morning the county offieers ar.c members of the Washtenaw tSar wen to Ypsilanti to altend the fuñera! oí Mrs. Ann Kirk, who died Tuesday morningr after a lonjr illness, from appendicitis and pneumonía, 'rfha deceased was 56 years old and had lived in Ypsilanti for thlrty years. She leaves a husband, ox-aldcrman Barnard Kirk, three son.-, Frank E., Mtttthew, and John P., proseuutlnc attorney of Washtenaw county, ad one danghter, Mamie Kirk.