Mr. Frañk Bush Las moved on the farm he bought recently of Ira Carpenter. Wheat on the ground in this vicinity is not looking very well this spring. School commenced Monday, March the io,thinst, with Mrs. Edith Townsend as teacher. James Hanby's saw mili is runing every day now he has a large number of logs to saw, thanks to the good sleighing we have had this winter. The fish will soon begin to run up the Fleming Creek which passes through Dixboro, but the boys can't have any fun for the law says they can't spear now. deslíe J. Bush, son of James Bush, has gone to Ypsilanti to run an Engine forO.A. Ainsworth the feed store merchant. Leslie is a model young man and we all wish him well in his new undertaking. Rev. Mr. Bourns, of Aun Albor, occupied the pulpit in the M. E. church Sunday, the iSth inst, in place of Rev. Mr, Yager. There was a large turn out to listen to Mr. Bourns, who was pastor here some years ago. We were very much shocked to here of the death by suicide of Edward Forsyth, of Ypsilanti, on Friday, the i6th inst. He was a kind and affectionate husband and father and a warm and personal friend of ours. "Tread lightlyin the house of g-loom to whieli our f'eet are led ; And view with caknness, if thou canst,the features of' the dead How quist is the dreamless sleep of him upon the bier. Hon' sad the cireuinBtances that hath called his friends together here."