F. E. Ivés, of Uñad illa, was here on Tuesday. Rev. Walter Elliott preached an excellent sermón to a large audience at St. Mary's ehurch last Sunday night. Treasurer G. W. Beckwitli closed up the tax collections as far as possible the ürst of tliis week, and made return te the county treasurer. Mr. G-tilam has repaired the damage to thé Chelsea House, and is ready for business again. The Methodist people are putting repairs to the amouut of $250 ou their church property. Frank Staffan is cleanmg up the debris preparatory to rebuilding his building used by the Chelsea House. The Glazier stove cornpany will build an office and warehouse near their factory, north of the railroad track, in the spring. The Japanese medicine company has performed to crowded houses all the week at the town hall. All the recently burned buildings vill be re placed with new ones as soon as spring opens. Much more building will be done iere next summer than was done last timmer. VV. F. Seiménschneider Las in a new üre proof safe. About half a dozen of the faithf ui I 'rom here attended the Eepublican banquet in Detroit last week. The Congregational people now holcl heir services at the town hall till they can rebuild their church. Wheat continúes to move freely nee the decline. The charter election is at hand, but not a word has been spoken about it et. The market continúes dull and more nclined downward than upward. Vheat brings 53c; rye, 45c; barley, 1.05; oats, 28c; beans, $1.35; clover eed, $5.50; dressed pqrk, $6; fat sheep c to 4c per pound; chickens, 0c; eggs, 4c; butter, 16c.