Hay erop light. Whortleberries are ripe but the erop is not a large one this season. Mrs. Case, wife ot N. Case, our supervisor, is visiting at present in New York. Oats and barley look very well in this section of Pittsfield and promise an extra crop. D. Segner, agent and postmaster at Pittsfield Junction, is offon a visit to relatives in Indiana. Miss Maggie N. Pease will teach the fall term of school in the Robert's school district. VVheat mostly cut in this vicinity and about a third of it stacked or in the barn. There were some heavy fields of wheat but it was generally light though of good quality. Whooping cough prevails to a certain extent in this neighborhood otherwise the health of the good people of this part of Pittsfield is good. A fine rain feil Sunday, which though it caught many farmers with part or the whole of the wheat out, yet it was welcome tor it was just the thing for everything but the wheat. Apples do not stick to the trees this season, for some reason unknown to your correspondent, which will cause a shortage in that branch of the fiuit crop in my opinión.