Patrick Tuomey, the well known farmer oí Scio, has made a very thurough examination of liis vvheafc fields aggregatiug fió acres. He favor - ed the Argus oflSce with a caJJ Wednesday briuging v.-ith hún a sample of piants from differem parta oí hia land. "There," he said, "vou can see for yourself how my wheat looks. There are ouly a few piauts that show auy lite, and those I fotind 01 elay kuolls. Some of the specimens are eutirely dry. Tl)ey had the largest tops Jast fall. I do uot believe that on my 65 acres, I will harvest as mnch wLeat as I sowecl. What little life there is will be hnrt by the freezmg aud tliawing during the uext two weeks. Yesteiday I visited Ypsilanti coming and ?oing different roads and the wheat fields I saw looked as bad as mine. "