Burt McClain, of Jackson, spent Sunday liere. Jas. F. Harrington is still painting in Stockbridge. The insect is busy at work in many pieccs oí wheat. The Whitney family's show is billed Lpr here the 8th. - Fred Morton, of Detroit, spent last week with his parents here. A vcry large amount of rye is being sown about here, this f all. Quite a number from here attended the Stockbridgc fair this week. Hog cholera has taken off many porkers about here the past week. There is not a vacant dweiling house in town and only one vacant store. Premium lists are out and an interesting fair is expected here next week. t The company still continúes to make improvements about their passenger depot. It is a remarkable fact that no frost to kill vegetation has visited this locality yet. The new school house is now ready to occupy and all the dopartrnents will open next Monday. Ernest C. Hill ig the name of the watchmaker and jeweler who has opened a place of business, in T. McKone's corner store. Some of the workmen in the GlazierStrong stove company 's factory are working one and onc-third time daily to keep up with orders. Mr. Reed Hammond, of Lima, died suddenly, Monday, of paralysis, aged scvcnty-two years. He was a pioneer in Lima and much respected by a large circle of friends. The .warm weather of September did much damage to all kinds of apples. The evaporators have drawn away hundreds of bushels which rotted,before they could use them. Trade, the past week, has been good with increasing arrivals. 'Wheat stands at 92 cents for red and 90 ets. for white, rye, 81 ets., barley, $1.10 to $1.30; oats, 30 ets.; clover seed, $4.00; beans, $1.15 to $1.35; onions, 65 ets.; potatofes, 25 ets.; peaches, 50 ets. to $1.00; pears, SOcts.; tomatoes, 30 ets.; per bushei; grapes, 3 ets. per pound; butter, 17 ets. per pound; eggs, 16 ets. per dozen, apples, $1.00 per barrel for shipping and 15 ets. for drying.