Will Secor, injured by a falling tree and attended by Dr. Palmer, of Chelsea, is out again as good as new. J. Shults is teaching a very successful term of school here this winter with a full attendance of the cholars of the district. Geo. Cook, of this vicinity, gives his receipt for a sleigh ride where 'Ou have no horse or cutter: Place 'Our feet in a tub of cold water, take a bell in your hand and jingle it and et your imaginación run. Your scribe and family had a jolly sleigh ride Saturday evening; called at Mr. Woaks', went through the ïew house, found everything in the atest style, the work done by Mr. Sacket, of Dexter. It will be opened to company Monday evening, when a large party will gather to celébrate the 24th anniversary of the birth of their only son. From there we went to the pleasant home of Mr. Jas. Cook, and were entertained in a way that made the hours go all too soon, nearly causing us to break the Sabbath on our return home.