'AIífT (JREEK, Uot. G. - Addison Fletcher of Ypsilanti, sold to John Wilson 40 acres of land in Augusta. Consideraron $1,200. - Miss Judith Fountain of Monroe, is visiting her aunt Mrs. D. W. Potter, whero she intends to spend the winter. - The winter term of school beging early next month. Mr. Joseph Stayer, a student of the state normal has engaged to teach the school. - Williarn Dansingburg, the supervisor of Augusta, is very ill with typhoid fever. William II. Lowden has also been very sick with the same fever, but is recovering. - The fall term of the Sumpter and Augusta Union Lyceum opens Tuesday evening, October 7. Charlie Peppiatt presideut and Miss Cora Bunton, secretary. We hope to see a full house and many names added to tho list of members. - Last Friday evening the Library A-Ssociation gave a "Yankee Supper" at the school house. The crowd was not as large as was expected, but nevertheless thcy had a good time. They cloared about f 15 whioh goes toward a new Sunday school library. - Another case of sheep worrying. Saturday morning J. H. Sherman discovered three dogs worrying a pet sheep belonging to Elijah Darling. He appeared on the scène just in time to prevent them trom inj uring it. The dogs were all caught and killed before night. - James liust met with a very serious accident Sept. 24. Ho was leadiug his horse from the pasture when soine colts over tho fence begau playing, upon which his horse began to play also, and turning suddenly kicked bim, breaking two of his ribs and hip-bone. Under the treatment of Dr. Elias Forbes of Belleville, he is slowly recovering.