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Mancu ester, Ang. 4. - Websier Case and family have boen sick. - The Union School building is in procesa of repainting. - The Catholios went to Sand Lake to gpend the day Bunday. - John Tracy was taken sick with an intnrinittent fever Sunday. - There was no temperance meeting at the grove Sunday afternoon on account of the rain. - The agüe ceras to be in fashlou here at present, and many are becoming shalrers - pro tem. - Mr8. Feit, f( rmerly of this place, is visiting her relative, Aifrcd Brower's folk, in the soathern part of the Tilingo. - W. K. Ruokman has returned fioui the northorn part of the state, wbere be bas been for the past season. He talks of going west. - There are tbree no w dwelling bouses in couisu of ereotion - two on Jefferson and one on Ann Arbor streets. The largest is to be brick the ofhers frameSeveral parties talk of building soon. - Last Monday a party of seven yuung men (of which your correspondent was fortúnate enough to be a uiember) loft Manchester for Wanipler'g lake to camp out a few daya, fish and recupérate generally. Ye editor of the Enterjiriu went along, prcbably to keep them straight and to secure some big fish - items. Tbey returned Thursday erening with nuruerous finny trophies and san-burnt noses, each voting bimself to have had a good time and good sport. - The chief topio of interest to be .leard upon our straets to-night is the mysterieus death of a young lady living in the eaatern part of town. Her name is Minnie Millspaugh. She il eigbteen years oíd and has lived with her stepfather, by the name of HUI, since last spring. Dr. Taylor was summoned at eight o'clock Sunday night, but found ïur dead when he arrived. Justice Goodyear impanelled a jury and an inquest was held. A post-morteoi examination hy Drs. Taylor and Knpp threw no ligbt on the subject as to the cause of her deatb. They cxamined the heart, stomach and kidneys, and brought to ight the fact tbat she was abont to gi ve birth to a child. The jury adjourned 'or one week hoping after-events uiight ïelp to unravel the mystery.


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