Chelsea, Aug. 6. - The flouring mili hero is now ready for business again. - Keuipf, Bacon & Co , have the conti to put up the new school building for $450. - The village of Chelsea oweth no man anythiug and has inoney in the Treasury. - Work progre9Ses again on Titnotby McKune's new building. It is to be iinishod this fall. - About 75 bushels of huckelberries a dny have been shipped froui this place the last three wueka. - Prof. M. Cary Hill, Supt. schools at Battle Creek ia spending a week here witb relativos and friends. - A full delegation of tive delugates left here last night to represent the Reform Club at the state Temperance convention. A lively and profitable season is expected. - New barley is now coming into this inarket and is a much better quality thau last year. Taylor Bros. shipped the first car load yesterday the price p,id being $1,10 to $1,25 per cwt. , 5helsea nevor had a better prospect for t good substantial paying fall trade tbta now. Tbere is a large amount of wbeat, oats, barley and oom to be marketed here all of good quality, which will come along moderately giving busineis uien the best posaible chance for business. -F. F. Tucker who left here with his family to take up t leir residence at Witchita, Kansas last spring retarned bag and baggage last week. He gays his wife was homesick, but it is probable that the summer's drought and a cyclone or two caused them all to see that they had made a sad mistak in leaving snuthern Michigan for any place in Kansas for farm ing. They are about buying another farm near here.