Mi's. M. F. Galpin is quite sick. The farmers are busy putting in their wheat. The corn in this vicin'ty is nearly all cut. It is the best erop in years. The democrats of Dixboro will raise a large pole in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane, of Adrián, attended the funeral of Freeman Galpin on Sunday the 9th instant. The new school house is completed and school commenced on the I2th inst. with Miss Quackenbush as teacher. Freeman, son of M. F. and Julia Galpin, died on the morning of September 7th, of cholera infantum, aged four years. He was sick about 24 hours.