Potatoes are a very good erop in these parts. School commenced last Monday with Miss Roe as teacher. Miss Rachael Campbell has re:urned from her visit in Chicago. Some of the farmers are cutting their corn, and wheat sowing has commenced. Matte Galpin and Edith Campjell wiil attend school at Ann Arbor :his fall and winter. P. E. Galpin, Ira Crippen and Robert Martin, each threshed over 1200 bushels of wheat on their farms. Jacob Mayer says he never wants to see another man fall from a balloon. Hesawthe fatal fall of Hogan at Detroit on Saturday, Aug. 29. Mrs. Amos Wilbur, one of the oldest settlers of Superior, died at her home south of the Superior town hall on Snnday, September 6th. She leaves husband, three sons and a daughter.