- musáis, a. vvuison s ons nave connected their flour mili with tbe engine at their saw uiill, 300 feet distant, by means of a wire cabio. I understaud (rota Mr. Willson thaj it works aduiirably, and thnt they will be prepared to do work now at tlieir flouring mili at all times rttnl all seasons of tbe year. -Quite au accident occurred at tbe dapot y, stenlay. As youngWhalèy was le.iviii;,' thü depot with a largo load of furnituro, a table upon wliich Whaley was riding tipped slightly, throwing him bet ween the horses and astride thu tongae of the wagon. Ia this condition he vainly atterupted to control his team, folling between the horees the wagon passed over him, injuring him quite seveiely. Team dashed doivn depot street, soattering the furniture in all directions, demolishing the wagon, and doing a large amount of injury. Whaley is severely but not fatally injured. - Vory many of the farmers in this vicinity are planting coru this week. Wheat is looking fine and weil, and the recent warm weather and tha rain of yesterday and to-day make ns all happy. Uncle Sam. i - i .