J. A. Palmtr was in Detroit on business, last Saturday. Madame Rumor says there are to be two weddings in town soon. They had a new arrival at Wm. Bacon's last Sunday. It is a girl. Next week will be examinations, closing the winter term of school. Holmes & Judson shipped four car loads of wool east Wednesday. The village election is at hand; there is very little said about it yet, The Epworth League had a match social at R. A. Snyder's, on Wednesday night. E. P. Downer has sold his farm near Fowlerville, and will buy one near Chelsea again. The school board advertises for sealed bids to build the new school house next summer. Christian Laubengayer has bought the farm known as the Davis farm, four miles south of here. Not one of the faithful attended the republican love feast at Detroit, last Monday night, from here. The second quarterly meeting of this year will be observed at the M. E. church, next Sunday evening. The presiding eider will be present. The farm belonging to the E. A. Pierce estáte, about two miles south of town, was sold by the administrator last Monday, to H. S. Holmes, for Í34.75 per acre. J. L. Gilbert and Wm. Judson attended the republican state convention at Jackson, Tuesday. They took very little interest in it, and did not stay until the convention was over. The "Fugitive" was given at the town hall, last Saturday night, to a small audience, by an unusually good traveling company. They were invited to render it again, which they did Tuesday night, to a full house. The markets the past week have been quite steady, though wheat has lost about a cent since our last report. One lot of extra nice red was bought at 95c, but the prevailing price has been 94c for red, and 92c for white. Rye is now 70c, oats 43c, buckwheat 50c, dover seed $4. One lot of barley was bought last week at $1.25, and one at $1.33. Beans are in good demand at somewhat better prices, running from $1 to $1.85. Butter now brings 16c, and eggs 15c. Arrivals have been free the past week, when the going was passable.