The M. E. church is to be painted on the outside. Dr. II. 15. Gates returned from bis ■lacksou visit on Moudfcy. Good farm laboréis about here get f rooi $18 to $22 per month. Miss Mae Wood attended the junior hop last week at Ann Arbor. Miss Helen Thomas returned Monday frotu her visit to Jackson. The ground is being prepared for Mr. Chandler's uew buildings. The schools open agaiu this week with about the usual attendance. The ground has been graded and the new stock yards are being built this week. Several loads of unwashed wool have been bought here for 10 cents per pound. The kida had a jubilee and bonlire on Mouday night over the democratie victory. Lurge qiiautities of fruit tree are being received here and taken out by farmers. Frank C. Taylor spent the first part of last week with Austin llowlett in west Lyndon. This township will pay 15 cents each this year for scalps of woodcluicks, crows and hawks. More than a car load of eggs per day are now being shipped from here by (!. F. Chandler & Co, Spring sowing will go on when the weather perruits. Already uaany gardens have been planted. Th ere was only the democratie ticket in the field on Monday in Lyndon, and Thomas Young, jr., was re-"elected supervisor. Large quantities of building material and farm machinery are being unlouded here daily. Business goes on if times are hard. The village of Chelsea is in debt to the aniount of $627.70, besides having a lawsuit on hand for damages resultiug from a defective sidewalk. Frank Staffan has bought the north half of the Babcock property, on which the building was reeen tly burned, and the whole burnt district is being built up again. There was more quiet work done and more splitting tickets, both in this tówu and Lima last Monday, than has been known bef ore smee the present way of voting has been in use. The market has been steady the past week and receipts large. Wheat brings 53 ets., oats 32 ets., rye 46 ets., barle'y $1.05, beans $1.30, potatoes 40 ets., clover seed $5.50, eggs 9 ets , birtter 15 ets. George Whitington and Miss Julia Miiloney were married at St. Mary's church on Tuesday, bj' the Rev. Fr. Gonsidine. They have the good wishes of niany friends, and will immediately proceed to opérate Simón Wïnelów's farm in Lima.