MAYFIELD. As yet no steps have been taken by the farmers towards putting in grain, as the fields are covered with snow. The mining fever which is eo prevalent preva-lent in Sanptte at present has not reached us as yet, but we expect ere long to hear something "drop." Henry Jenson and J. C. Niehon of I Mayfield called on us last alonday They report May field as rather quiet at present. The digging of wells seems to be occupying the time and attention of many of the people of onr town and so far nearly all who have tried have struck good water at the depth of about forty feet. This is a good thing for our people.