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MAIfCHESTEE, Sept. 1. -E. G. Carr ha gone to Kalamazog this week. - Charlie Sanford is building a large refrigerator to keep butter and eggs in. -Quite afiumber of our citizens Visit Detroit and the saengerfest this week. - Mrs. George Dickersoa is slowly covering froni a very severe iit of sickness. - B. F. Bailey ís abotit to move to Ypsilanti. He will attend the Normal school there. -Prof. Robinson lias returned from Clyde, N. Y., wherehe has been spending his vacation. -Manchester has three poles- democratie, repubiican and greenbacker- and now the prohibitionists talk of planting another. -The hop picking campaign orrencd this week and few are the small boys to be seen on our streets. . -Dr. Conklin intends to erect a mrge brick block where hi office now stands, on the corner formed by Exchange and Ann Arbor Strcets. lie vvill use part of it for an office and rent the rest. -Last eveninK the freight engine on the D. II." & S. W. R. B. juniped the track at the BWitch near the depot here. The workmen labored till morning in getting it on to the track again. No damage was done,excepting to the track. - A woman named Ann Richmond carne here from Clinton and loeatcd in East Manchester a short time ago. Last Monday her house was the scène of a disgraceful row, she and herdaughter being the contending parties. They had partaken largely of the ardent and it was found necessary to cali in the village marshal, who shipped the daughter off on the afternoon train.


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