Walter Webb, Esq., is quite sick at this writing. EImer Glenn is the guest of his parents for a few days. Miss Elsa Cook, of Belden, visited her aunt here last week. George Cook went fishing, Saturday last, and had good luck. Mr. Sales, of Unadilla, was a caller in this place, Monday last. Miss Rose Glenn ánd Miss Hudson visited in Webster, last week, a day or two. Planting cora is nearly all completed about here, and the bean ground is being iïtted for the erop. Mrs. S. A. Hadley was taken from the yard by the old home and buried in the cemetery here, last week. The social at Mrs. F. A. Burkhart's last Fridav. was well ed and a good time all around was had. The body of Miss Emma Stovenson was taken from the vault at Chelsea, last week, and buried in Oak Grove cemctery. Apple trees around here are not as full of blossoms as some would ike to see them, but the other fruit trees are in full bloom. Our old soldier here, R. S. Whalain, marched in single file, Decoration Day, in the forenoon, and decorated our only soldier grave, that of Charles Lown. The pepple here attended the Decoration Day services at Chelsea, as usual, after decorating the one single soldier's grave in the cemetery here, the grave of Charles Lown, of the 2oth Michigan regiment, who was killed at the battle of the Wilderness.