Ciielsea, Sept. 3. - The public schools opened Monday morning with a good attendance of pupils. - Some wool is being bought at this place at from 30 to 32 ets. There are but few clips now to corne. - Merabers of the Ohelsea Reform Club and Col. Goulding held a rousing meeting at Pinckney last Friday night. - Col. Bylveeter Larned of Detroit is expectod to address the Eeform Club here next Saturday and Sunday nights. - Tramps are beooaiing more numoroua than common around here and attempts at burglary occur nearly every night. - Tho long looked for rain carne Monday and it has gulled out the plowed giound prepared for wheatto a considerable extent in sonie places. - The Baptist Chureh had a very interesting fciunday School exercise last Sunday at which Rev. Mr. Boyden former pastor at Ypsilanti was the leading spirit. - Roberfe Black an old resident of this village and üged 69 died very suddenly last Wednesdiiy. Ho left a %?ifo and live sinall children who will have to go to the poor house for support. - The village Board and eitizens have sent a petition to Supt. Ledyard to build us a passenger house here. We Lave been without ono over ten years and it looks as ïf they had conclnded to get along without one at this point. -Tho Grange Pienio at North Lake last Saturday was well attendod and every way a success. Tho nddress of Thos. K. Moore of Acirian was a good eifort and well calculated to set the farmard to thinking.