Fred Glynn is fast getting on his feet again. Marshall and Hudson are buying up big piles of wood nowadays. Nearly all the farmers here have hired their men at from $14 to $18 per month. W. E. Stevenson has harvested a second erop of ice, a good quality, about five inches thick. Rev. Mr. Hoyet, of Munith, is filling the pulpit for Eider Forbes, who is suffering from a throat difficulty. Mr. Goodderwas given a surprise party at Edward Daniels', on the eve of the close of his school. Walter Webb, Esq., was given a surprise Monday last, his birthday, by his relatives and near neighbors. They left a token of their regard in the shape of an easy chair, which at his time of life will most likely come into immediate use. The squire is eighty, but hale and hearty, with a prospect of many years yet. May health and happiness attend his last years.