The graduation exercises of the Chelsea schools took place last eveuing, when diplomas wero graiited to eight young ladies. The graduates iu the classical course were Misses L. May Wood, Minuie C. Schumacher, Liliau G. Gerard, Marie H. Bacon and Thirza G. Wallare. The graduates in the scientific course were Misses Lena M. Lighthall, Elvira Clark and A. Beatrice Bacon. The address was delivered by Hon. H. R. Pattengill. of Lansing. Solos were rendered by Harold Jar via, Mande Wortley and L. Aunie Bacon. The olass day exercises oocnrred Wednesday evening and in addition to excellent rnusic, consisted of the salutatory by Miss Minnie O, Sohnrnacher; au essay on "Observatiou" by Miss L. May Wood; an oration on "Great Men in Arnericau Politics" by Miss Elvira Clark; a class prophecy, by Miss Lilian 3. Gerard; a class history, by Miss iarie H. Bacon; an essay on "Two Ceys to Suooess, " by Miss Beatrice Bacou; a class poern, by Miss Lina M. jighthall and the valedictory, by Miss Thirza G. Wallace. The exercises wers of an interesting uatnve.