Milán, Sopt. 8. -Mr. Fish, wife of K, FUÍi, who Uves about threo milos south-west of here died on the 31st of eonsumption. - The Leouard Fruit Co. of thia placo have udvertiaed for 10,000 bushels of apples to be dried in their fuctory this seaso u. - A little soa of F. Butler, about six years of ag, got very badly hurt on the 26th uit. He feil frora a separator while it was being moved, a wheel passing over his leg, crushing the bones very badly. The physician thinks the limb will get well without permanent iujnry. - At the annual school aaccting on th lat this district voied a nLnmonth' ■choul. Th school yef bas nok exded eigbt montha ia thu dUtriot few aeral yearr ffrauk Butl vu alccted director. Femal teohars ate to be employed in botb departments for tha spring and fall terms. - Stephen Andrus barely escaped a serious, and perhaps fatal, injury in his planing mili ono day last week, through the carelessneas of a customer whowanted to assist in the work being done. Inatead of holding firmly to the pieces being worked, as instructed, the man let loose of the firat piece put in the machine, which was thrown violently over the machine, taking a direction which would have Struok Mr. Andras in the aido -with great force had not his aria greatly brokeu the foroe of the blow.