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- T. Ashley Koith is employed In the Confler office. - Mrs. B. Vinklo is visiting relativos t Grasa Lake this week. - Kepresentative Gorman is sojouvnng in the cityof the straits this week. - Wheiat haa at last pfiaddened the armera lieart by tacreasing its tüarket ;i1un to 91. - " "Twris a shóckinffday" sairt a perspirine fnrmffr entpiimt the lionse after i hard daya work huskinR covn. Tho mjwrtntBa will nivfl a pvand a!1 at ('os!(!llo hall Thanksgiving Bveniniï. A cordial invitation is oxteiled to all. -James Devltwi lnorsea tlie imivirt.inco of T)c(''T township. ñflft dispela the qnifltitde of bis househoW, by the advent of a son. Tlie cmi"1v "dollars and emits"will be pisasenteö tii reform cliibhaïl nx1 VTednesday gvening. We bospeak for it the bost of emceowRCT, - -Tlio Trailer refused publication of a eommunination ovinutoits"politica1 tpnriPTiHos." Ts this tlifi independency of whicli its editor boasts? And now ïmb. in (MJCftntfl (leep TÍPmnansliis loss tbfi livelone uk?', His hnart and niind is wherfi tlioy keeti Thatiastyears ulster there in "quay. - Johnie Knid left for Waterloo, N. Y., last Monday movning. We are sorry to chronicle ,Tohnie"s departnre for it means permanent location,but we do wish bim snecess. -The Leader says: "D.T.Koss gained senatorial lauvels over Jacobs by nine maioritv." We naturally suppose tliat this is "the eandidate the Leader has been snpporting by its silence. Bilt, try again. "__ Vo suppose, of cqurse, that the Bditor's thanksgiving türkey, feathers and all, will be forthcoming, therefore we will omit the usual lengthy editorial and trust to our friends and- Divine prov'dpnoe. - "Poota! Pooh! love's all shine." growled an irate parent to his pleading daughte. Yes, old man, we quite agree witta yon; bat still retain an honest eonvietion that a great deal of it is in the way the son shines. - It is dangerous to be safe in "Corktown," for even the feminines of mature years feel imbued Witb the spirit of the rising generation, and- not mentioning the excentricities in regard to ti,-ess- want to rob a man of his peace of mind, and good looks.


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