Wm. Wood, ji, lias moved onto a farm uear Mt. Clements, to work the same. The col cl of Saturdav night bit all the plantsiti Mrs. Gleasen 's plant window, so that all had to be banished to the cellar. C. W. Watts is hauling his grain to Chelsea, preparing to move to his farm near Dansville. He will move now soon. The health of the people in this vicinity has been good this winter excepting colds. John Frazier visited in this vicinity a week lately. H. M. Twamley has rented his farm to a party from Mouroe county, it is ruiaored. W; Benton ealled at the Whalains' one evening lately. George Deedy is home now, exercising hiraself vvith ihe whooping cough. The Angel of Death visited tliis neighborhood Wednesday last, taking Mrs. Julia Wyley, from a home a little less than a year oíd. tíhe leaves a child about two weeks old, wbieh she gave Lhto the keeping of Mrs. VVyley, her husband's mother. The funeral was largelyattended by sympathizing relatives and friends. Rv. Stevens, oiliciating. He having married Mr. and Mrs. Wyley. less than a year ago.