OliELSBA, May 2S. - Tho recent chango of time on the railroad accoinmodates us better than tho former arrangement. - About 35,000 bushels of wheat wore ïarketed in this village last week and ie week bofore which is the most that was ever marketed in tliia village in tho ame leugth of timo. - Two picnics were advertised near ïere next week and thore is also talk of ce-cream festivals. It costs a considerblo expendituro in time and money to atronize all the doings. - A brakeman named Chapman from .lbany N. Y. was instantly killed 'hursday morning of last week just west of this village by falling between 10 cars and being run over by them. [o was about 30 years old and unmarcd. - Itev. Hudson talkod temperanco unday night at Unadilla and C. D. 'ildebrand here. II. E. Frazer and )arty who camo up here last Thursday ight gave us a rousing meeting and ot eighteen signors totheplodge. The Ann Arbor boys mean business and don't mean to let the temperance cause wano n this county. - George Wackenhut dealer in dry joods and groceries here was cloaed up y creditors last Saturday. The claims Ljainst his stock of goods ainount to ome $5,000. His mother holds a mortage hero of about $2,700, and the balnee is due Detroit wholesale dealers. - 'he goods are worth between four and ve thousand dollars. - There was considerable excitement ïereyesterday and to-day about a young man named Huffman a walkist from Marshall who passed here yesterday claiming to be walking from Marshall to Detroit on the wager of $500 that he could walk the 107 miles down yesterday in 15 1-2 hours and back in the sumo timo to-day. Ho passod hero at ton to-day going back.