- Mrs. Margaret McNamara, an old lady about 65 years of age, was iustantly killed at this place last Mouday by the expresa train going west. She was going along the main track to get around a froight train on the eide track, and between the noise of the freight engine and the brisk breeze from the west she dul not hear the fast train coming up behind her. It threw her about thirty feet, mangling the body fearfully. The train was running at about thirty miles an hour, which should not be allowed through a village. - Johu Schumacher and Mr. Wïng, ot Ann Aibor, gave the Eeform Club a very interesting and instructivo talk last Sunday atternoon. - The walla are now up for two more buildings in the burut district. They are a great improvement to the appearance of the town. - An immense amount of apples have been shipped from here in the month past, but on account of tho warm weather and the scaroity of barrels the trade is about shut off for the present. The price paid has been 'from 40cts. to il. 00 per barrel for the fruit. - Bob Frazer aud H. C. Waldron addressed the sovereigns here last week, in the interest oí Greeubackism. Bobert's argument was mainly devoted to proving that there is no difference between the Oreenback platform tind the Democratie platforms of Ohio, Indiana, aud in fact uearly all the States but Michigan, and that it is brave and manly for a man to change parties now and then, and not be following the old party and leaders all his life becauae nis father did. - The trade of Chelsea is constantly increaBing. A new morchant will be here in a few days trom ühio, with a large stock of misccllaueoud goodf. It it all th reiult of en terpria and nsrgy.