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Day
20
Month
May
Year
1881
Copyright
Public Domain
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The wife of Rev. J. B. Russcll is reported quite sick. The worlonen are pushing the house of Mr. Charles .Merritt to completlon. It will be a n ice dweil ing. .Miss Ida .VJlen, of Morcville, apent last Saturday and Sunday willi the family of H. É. parsouage. Tlie people here have all been over to tuis country too long, the " Dutch Measles " did not last long. Geo. A. Davis who has been superintendlof the Methodist Sunday school tor a short time is succeeding well. Mrs. C'larissa Dansinjfburg who has been on the sick list ibr about tluee years is still lingering but is slowly failing. Dr. Oakley, of Moreville, after an absence of several weeks has returned home mach to the pleasure of the people, and with health somewhat improved. Kcv. W. E. Dunning spoke on the subtt ut temperonee at Saline last Snnday eveuiiig, aud is to speak at the rel ribbon club at the Morgan school house soon. It is reported and lias brought out inaofa '"..iieiit, that llenry Fiuili broucht 40U i m ! ."'-""iifd lamber from Yiwilanti to Ine JViL-tJioilir ..i i...... i -.-. i-a ...v. dollar lor the job, he v:is coming with an iMiijity mm and could as well brüig it as not. He sings "I love thy cliurch O, Qod."

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Ann Arbor Courier
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