Chélsea, F.-b. 21.- WJrt S. MtoLren, tiie Argos carrier, is eoirflin-ed to th home of parents with the mumps. The memlïens of St. Mary's parlsh are ïnaking arrangements to present a drama u St. Patrldk'a day. Xhe subject that Rev. O. é. Jones, of the Ocmgregatlonal churcli, wil! disi-uss next Sunday evening, wi.l be "Tlfe ünlque Place of Washington In American bearts." Bev. O. s. Jones, oi this place, will deliver the ordinatlon charge to the people ai tiie ordlnatiou services tp be held in the Northside Uuiou chureh of Aun Arbar next Monday afternoou ani evening. Mrs. B, F. Tuttle, of this village, has Ieased to Win. A Uoland a poition of her farm at Wtii !ake, and a new l'.ote) wil: be erectefl ,nü the Bola ad line wi'.l run .ui elertric l:ne to the loke to aecóummOiüe the public who spend a poition of every at t ir-s popular resórt. II. I.. Swift, superintend 'ïit of the Beulah Laud P'arrn at Leoai, will oceupy the pulpit of the B.iptist church next Sunday. He will be atcomnanied by soine of the boys tinder his cliarge who wlll sing soine of the songs during the service. Miss Francos Hindetang, of Middle street east, wil] entertain St. Mary's llterary club at her home ncxt Monday evening. The Ohelsen niarket today is as follows: Wheat 82 cents; rys 57 cents; oats 42 to 43 cents: corn in the ear 28 cents; barley .$1.15 per hundred; beans $1.00 to .$1.25 for GO pounds: clover seed .$4.7"; pop (_orn 60 cents; potatoes 60 cents; eggs 20 cents; butter 15 cents; beef 2 to 3V cents; veal calves 5 to S1 cents: hojrs .$.". 75; slieep 2 to 3 cents; lamlis :i to 4 i-ents; chickens 8 cents; fowls 7 cents; turkeys 8 cents.