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Xa unusual ainount of wood ia being offered for sale in this market this winter at $2.50 to $3 a oord for the bost oak wood. -John Alien of Grass Lake, is to teach the young ideas of the various Sunday Schools of this place to sing, whioh is something very much neoded. Masón & Morgan's dramatic company rendered Unole Tom's Cabin and East Lynn here laat week which were well attended and good satisfaction given. -The Keforni Club is going to have a week of revival meetings beginning Bunday, Feb. lat, and some of the best temperance workers in this and adjoining States are to deliver addresses. - A donation party for the benefit of Rev. E. A. Gay of the Baptist church will be given to-night at the parsonage. Eider Gay has many friends here and will undoubledly get a liberal donation. - The dramatic cantata of zar ii to be rendered here by the singers oL this placo under the direotion of Prof. E. M. Foote, iu about three weeks. Drill has already begun, and the proceeds are for the benefit of the Chelsea Library Assooiation. The Prohibitionista of Chelaea and vicinity have sent a petition to the legislature for legal prohibition containing 318 names, all voterg except a few, who will be before the next Presidential election. The ladiea have also sent a petition for the eame thing. Xhe wheat elevatora here are now about full, having in over 25 car loada of wheat. No cars can be got to ship because the Detroit elevatoru are full, oaused by the snow blockade eaat. The price here holds steady at 86 to 88 cents, about where it ha been with little changë for two months. The arrivals are dropping off souie, only 35 or 40 loads a day now coming forward. Mrs. Sophia Sears died at the residenoe of her on, T. S. Sears, nea-r here last week and was buried last Monday. She was 87 years old last November and was one of the pioneerg of this county. She was a sister of Luther James of Ann Arbor, and had many relatives and friends about here who turned out to her fuueral to pay their respeots to her memory. She lived a long and useful Ufe and haa gone to a rich reward.


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