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Dexter, Dec. 29. - Nicholaa Reed of Hudson has gone to Stanton, Miel)., to spend the winter. - The grand entertainment billed at ! Red Ribbon hall for the 24th inst. has been postpoued until the 28th, - There was a stone-bee fit the residence of Edward Ball in Webster, Dec. 24, where 100 toada of stone were drawo for the cellar of a house wliich is to be erected in che spring. - A sad Ohristmas at the residence of Dr. Howell, occasioned by the death of his daughter, Mr Ella Webster. She leaves a liusband and two email children as well as a larga circle of friends to mourn hei" loss. - Dr. Walker met with a painful accident on the 22d inst. He was doing some work about his place with a fork when by some unseen obstacle the fork was turned f rom itscourse and oue tine passed thrcrugh his foot. -Services were held in all our churches on Christmas day. The decorations of the buildings were most beautiful, especially In the Oatholic church where the largest congregaciĆ³n that we have been for many years was assuinbled. tMb. John Courtney, an old resident of Webster, has recently removed to Ann Arbor to spend his old age in the excitement of city life. We regret the cliange for we were always pleased to meet lus amiling face, and we hope thought of the many friends he left in Wobster may linger inliis mind,


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