13. F. Tuttle, of Wolf Lake, was here on business, Monday. Drummers are on the war path, placing goods for spring trade. John Farrell, of Jackson, was among friends here on Tuesday. The sleighing has finally gone, after a two months' stay with us. Joseph and John Dycr, of Plainfield, looked over our town on Tuesday. Mr. Kopf, our candy and fruit dealer, quietly packed up his goods and decamped. Those who have not registered should do so on Saturday, so to vote at the village election, next Tuesday. The annual freewill offering of the M. E. church for the Rev. L. N. Moon will be given at the town hall next Wednesdayevening. In spite of a very bad night the banquet and exercises of the K. O. T. M. on Wednesday night were well attended and largely enjoyed. J. B. Beissel's cooper shop took fire in some unaccountable way last Tuesday noon, but it was extinguished by the fire company before any considerable damage was done. Two tickets are nominated for village officers next year. They are not divided on party lines and would seem to be put up to secure no enforcement of the village ordinances. The first and best indication that spring is here is that the average urchin is out with his pockets full of mibs and is on the war path wherever there is a dry spot of ground, playing for keeps. The market has been steady the past week with light arrivals. Wheat brings 66c for red or white, rye 54c, oats 3.5c, barley Si. 20, clover seed $8.00, beans Si. 70, dressed hogs $9, chickens 10c, apples $i, potatoes 65c, onior.s $1, eggs 16c, butter 20c.