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An Appeal To The Farmers

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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
September
Year
1881
Copyright
Public Domain
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To ttie Farmers of Michigan- The terrible fires raming in Sanilac and Huron counties have laid waste over half a millioH acres of land, causing greut loss of life and property. This loss falls chierly upou the farming commiinity, maiiy of whom are entirely destitute. Their support during the coming winter may confldently be expected from a liberal people, but their future support dependa mainly apon their being able to put in their fall crops. There is yet time to do this if prompt action i taken. The undersit?ned have been appointed a committee to secure for them their seed grain, and now confidently nsk the assistance of their rother farmers. The R. R. aent ut your nearest station s authorized to rocei]t for all contribntions, whith will be transponed free of charge. Ench contribution will also be acknowledged by letter from the committee directly to the donor. Upon application to yflir sation agent, lags for gnun may be liad, and we eurnestly request you to give of your surplus what you cun sjare. WM. HAUT8UFF, Chairman. .IN" IV s WIKIRW CHAS. A. WAK, Hecretnry. Port Huron, Mlch., Sept. 12, 1881. There is liardly a üterary man iu America whose writings have been mr; widely MM] ttutn tlioso of Dr. J. (.!. HollMd, nor one whose mime is better kiimvn among be people. It is r.aid tliat nearly bOO.OOO copies of hU boolu have twen sold, to say lotliinji of the enormous sale each luontli t Scribner'l Montlily, over whicli lie predes as editorin-chief. The Century Co., mblisherg of Scribner'l (to be kno'wn as ¦The Ceatnry Magazine1 alter Octoberi wlll soon issue a portralt of Dr. Holland, whicli is said to be n reinarkably fine likeïess; it is the photograpfa of a Hfe-iiaa rayon drnwing of the li-;nl and slioulders, eceiitly made by Wyatt Eatou, and will ie aliont the sie of the original picture. t is to be nllVred in connection with subcriptions to TIn; Century Magazine

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News