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Day
24
Month
September
Year
1880
Copyright
Public Domain
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The Hüle paper issued at the school for the deaf and dumb at Flint, the Mirror, has again entered ts appearancc. It seems like meeting an qld friend to reruse its newsy columns again. The editor of the Grasa Lakc News has been to state prisoo, and in the last issue of hi.s paper tells his readers what he knows about prison life. The state has evidently a big inanufacturing establishment on their hands at Jackson. Because of ill-hcalth E, 6. Hónálflsdíi drops out of the editorial uliair of the Tus cola County Advertiser, published at Caro, lie bas made it a valuable papt;r, putting life and vigor into the editorial and local departments. flis suceessnr is nol tioned. The editorof the Flint Sunday Democrat, ArthurJ. Eddy, took the j.rize at the reDetroit. Thïs musFproVeYocruslVeíy'ttiiít editora can tame the steely f-tecil effoctually and succes6fully. The honors will be grace fully worn by Mr. Eddy. The Tuscola County Pioneer givesthis bit of inside political history: "A. MeMillan, the greenback editor of tlie ISay City I aecopted the nominatiun lor county elerk from the recaDt greenback county convention for Uay county. liut the proprietor of the Press, who is a republican, was not altogether pleased with the way matten were shaping, and gave Mr. MeMillan his choice, either to withdrair his name from the ticket or vacate tbe editorial ohair of the Press. With eommendable sagacity, Mr. MeMillan, uowilling to exchange a certainty for an uncertainty, withdrew his name." The Grand llapids Democrat is responsible for the following good oue : "A man named Burt Green, residing near Kent City, a notoriously b;id bipedal specimen, who has been in the habit for eonie time past of getting drunk and abusing his family by tuining thein outofduors and raising Cain generally, has come to grief nnd been laid up for repair?. Somo time since he went to liis home i'ull of' whisky and cus.sednuss, as usual, andcommonced oerations on his wife and childreu. The wife seeing a young man of the neighborhood passing, called hiin in for protection, and the result was a sound pummeling for the drunkard, which coofiped him at home about ono week. Getting out again last week, he got full as comraon, and forgetting the lesson given hiin by theyounp: maD, his home was again reaehed and che faiuily fled out of fear. That uight three married women, oach anncd with a laro blue beech whip, went to the house, where they found the fellow in a drunken dozc Thry took him out of bed, tied lii haini.-, and tiet togetherand proceeded to laoh him upou thu bare back until their whips weré all worn to clubs. The fellow has'n't been drunk, driven his family out of the hmise, set down, nor laid on his back since. The wife is suppo;-od to have beeu oue of the mnit n. Men were seen in the distanpe. '

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Ann Arbor Courier
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