Wheat threshing in this viclnity is nearly done. Clare Durand of Ann Arbor was here Tuesday. Cattle and hogs were shipped from here Wednesday. Wheat has nearly stopped coming since the break in prices. Seventy-five bushels of beans were bought here last week at $1.15. Wheat has moved freely here the past week at from $1.05 to $1.15. The Stockbridge fair is not reported as the success that it vas in former years. C. S. Laird shipped he first carload of onions from here this season last Tuesday. Gilbert Munsel and wife of Iosco spent several days last week with relatives here. The railroad company has made walks of einders on each side of their passenger depot. C. M. Fellows spoke to a small audience Tuesday night at the town hall on politics. The receipts from the fair here were over $1100, while the expenses were only about $900. Quite a number went to the Sunday school convention at North Lake last Wednesday from here. There is to be a democratie rally at Sylvan Center next Saturday, to consist of Dole raising: and addresses by P. Kernan and M. J. Cavanaugh. Mrs. Johnson, lately of this village, died at the residence ot her son-inlaw, Chauncey Clark, in Lyndon, Tuesday morning, of oíd age. Wheat is growing nicely since the late rains, and if we get the usual amount of pleasant weather this fall it will go into the winter lookina: well. Business of every kind is good here now. Large quantities of grain, apples and otner vegetables are brought here daily and the merchants are very busy. A plot was discovered last Tuesday to burn the school house at Unadilla village. Balls saturated with kerosene vvere found under the building with a fuse connected with them partly burned. The fuse went out and the building was saved.