ihe youngest son of James McLaren is very sick with scarlet fever. Mr; and Mrs. F. Nealsons were made happy on the 14th ifist,, " a yotiug daurliter." Dr. Duncan, of Saginaw, ig pending a few days at his sister's, Mrs. James McLareu's. Our sprint; terra of school commence.s April 2d, with Mrs. Lucy Stephem as teacher. Mr. Thomas Wallace and wife have purchased a farm near Marshall and intend loeating there soon. Mrs. Anna Hoag, wife of Dr. J. H. Hoag of FifeLake (Mich.) is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dancer. The masquerade social under the auspicesof 'the Literary society was a grand success, and was heartily enjoyed by all. Forest Buchanan and wife formerly of this place, but nowof Jackson, are spending a few days here visiting their many friends. S. Seeney athriving and energetic }roung man of this vicinity left last week for Corning, New York, where be intendi learning the machinist trade. We wish him success in hls new undertaking.