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Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
September
Year
1879
Copyright
Public Domain
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- Ypsilanti's band weut to Adnan, Sunday. - Win. T. Hall of Sharonis preparing to go to Kansas. - A Manchestor druggist received on order for "forsgates oorgle." - Rev. J. Bundy, threo years in Ypailanti, goos to Kvausvillo, Indiana. - Attorney Foote left Milau suddenly, to the discomfiture of many creditors. - J. H. Kinsley of Manchester has gone north to soe if ho can't dispose of hay fevor. - A gentleman from abroad is looking in upon Milán as a place to build a flouring mili. - Ypsilanti gave Mr3. Wharton, a pauper, (26 with whioh to remove her tamily to Little Traverso. - Justus Watson of Bridgowater ia anxiousiy inquiring who the parents of the little waif loft on bis doorstep, are V - George Mackor of Freedom was in Manchestor one day last week looking aftor a stray horse, buggy and drivers. - On Tuesday of last week the Field family of Manchester left for Wampler's lake, where they annually go for recreation. - William A. Wheeler of Pittsfleld lost a horse on Thursday night of last week through poison by an unknown scoundrel. - Mr. Ilubbard, who lives near Ypsilanti, will have 12,000 bushels of toinatoes tbis year. He will extract the seeds from 4,000 bushels for Ferry's seod house, of Detroit. - Welcoiuc, thrice weïcome ware the rains of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Farmers can go forward with seeding, fall feed will take on fresh growth, dust is settled for a time, and the cleansing of the atmosphere is great]}r conducive to good health. Anímate and inaniinate nature moves forward refreshingly. - The farmers of the Township of Manchester and Franklin held a picnic in Capt. Davis's grove near the county line in Manchester on Saturday, Aug. 30th There was quito a large attendence and all appeared to enjoy themselves. An abundance of good things was spretid upon the tables, freely offored and partaken of by all prosent. Addresses wpre made by C. H. Iiichmond of Arm Arbor, Revs. Husted of Clinton and Gilman of Manchester, and somo very excellent music by mombers of the Clinton church choir associated by othors. The occasion although the first of the kind held in this vicinity was one long to be reraembered, and which by ïts success 8ecnresbeyond a doubt a repetition next year.

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Michigan Argus