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Rolland Fleteher vs. Albert Schuurt aml John Doyle. Assumpslt. Judgmont for plaintiff of $288.44. DefeudanU {fiven until flrst day ot next term in whicli to prepare and serve bill of exoeptions. In meantime all proeeedings to be taved. Then again plaintiff granted ;0 days in which to move for new trial. Uonrad HulcicbWtrdt v. Coach C. ƶorr. Coaiplicatiot) growing out of a Bohemian Oat transaction. Verdict no cause of action. Haanah Geddes to Hodton T. Morton. Au appeal case in refercnce to a load of iay. Judginent for plaintiff, $15.30 and cosU to be taxed. Thos. J. Keecii, president, Albert Sorg, vice-president, and Jolin K. Miner, secretary and treasurer, are the officers of a new Corporation known as the Anti Arbor Co-Operative Savi ngs AMOolatton, capital stock, $:S00,000. If any of ourcoperative friends choose to-read up on the subject, there Is a work known as "CoOperation asa Business," from the pen of Clias. Bnrnard, tliat contaliis sonie very valuable inforraatlon. It telll how co-operalive societies have come to pros - pi-rity in many English citles, but more especially of the grand work accompiished by them in Philadelphia. George Melnotte drummond, the journalist who suicided at Grand Rpld last Thursday afternoon, was a pupil of the city editor of the Courieu in 1878-9, and was a brlgln, Intelligent fellow. To think that Ufe looked so dark to him when only 27 years of age, that he preferred death to exlstence, Is sad indeed. Especially so as he leaves a youiig wife and two little babes utlcrly luiiniles. He was a nephew of Mayor S B Gruminond, of Detroit. Anything to defeat the republicau stilte ticket is the cry of the prohibiĆ¼otiUK and then tbey have the cheek to ask republican to vote for the ainendment.


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