At last, after a long time of weary waiting, it begins to look as if South Lyon would have a flouring mili. The Excelsior says: All things come to thosewho wait. Last evening Messrs. Geo.T. Smith, of Jackson, and C. H. Plummer, of Saginaw, met our citizens at the hall and presented their plans for a new flouring mili at this place. The signs are for a very convement ana ornamental building, four stories above the basement, with a storage capacity of 15,000 bushels of wheat and 500 barrels of flour, besides the necessary business and machinery capacity of a 125 bbl. mili. Their proposition to our citizens and farmers is, the mili complete as described above, for $1500 and site, which has been accepted. This is doubtless the best and most satisfactory proposition ever offered South Lyon, and is one which should thoroughly interest our citizens and farmers. Messrs. Smith and Plummer promise to make this the model mili of this state, with their entire new machinery and and flour making process - the first one of the kind in the state. Now it only rests with the benevolent and earnest spirit of our people how soon the bonus will be raised and the mili rolling out the best grade of flour in the state.