Not much business going on at present. Mr. John Cubitt is still sick with au attaek of cáncer. Some farmers have sowed some oats already, too soon perhaps. Albert Mead is very sick at present and not much hope of improvemetit. Mrs. J. II. Webb lost a valuable horse by au accident a short time since. Grass and grain looked quite well before this hard freeze. Verhaps it may not be hurt by it. One of Mr. M. Begole'ssons whomet with quite a severe accident, f alling on a fork, is getting better.