Mr. Webb is now selling his Jast year's crop of wheat. More spring crops and less fall wheat will be the order of f arming tor a while DOW A lady friend is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Webbs for a few days, from Detroit. Miss Gracie Cook came out from Chelsea to visit gvandparents, the last of the week. Sis:. W. Steyenson lost a horse this week. He will hardly miss it as he has so inaiiy othersto take the place. Mr. Sales, of Putnam, was looking foi a team "of borses to buy one day this week. Mr. Teek was with him. Thpre wil] be a S. S. association meeting at Unadilla on Wednesday next, afternoon and éveninjí. A unión affair. Miss Nellie Gilbert. wko went from here to Central America last fall, arrived there all right and likes it very much. A letter from Mattie Gleason, of Unadilla, tells of Mrs. Ashall Dutton's reco vering liealth. She will 'be out soon it is hoped. Mr. Geo. Cook, was able to ride from his home to your scribe's, where he is visiting a few days. He is much weakened by his late attack of sickness. Died, Thursday last, at his resideiice in Lyndon township, Mr Louis Hadley after a short and painful illness of about two weeks. Mr. HadJey was a respected. pioneer of the township and a son of 8. O. Hadley. He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his i loss. Mr. Iladley had bought the Joseph Hopkin's f'artn, and vvould have moved on to ie bet'ore novv, iï he had not been prevented by lus sickness. Mr. II. 31. Tvvamley had a sale thjs week which resulted very fairly for the times. Nearly everything was sold exct'ptin' the horses. Mr. T will live in Cbclsëa it is expeott:;! now. A procession iiearly a mile in length followed the remains of Mr. louis Hadley. at las funeral, SaUbatb last. Kev. Nortli offleiated ;it the church and grave, assisted byllev. Williams. ■ Today, Maich 24, your scribe planted potatoes, just in time for a üght fall of snow on them. In plowing the the ground turned out potatoes that have been in the ground all winter without freezing. Died on Wednesday last, at liis residence in Lyndon township, Mr. John McConnell, an old pioneer of this place, lie leave.s a wife and several grown up children, only one of vvhom is now at home, with her husband. She will stay with the wiclowed mother for the Mr. McConnell was about 64 years of age.