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Editorial Notes

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Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
June
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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Uregon bad an oleotion last Monday, The entire republlcan ticket, except governor, was elected by from 0,000 to 8,000 majority, and both branches of the legislatura are republican by large majorlUee, thus securing a rcpublican U. S. senator. Whcre s that groat democratie tUlai wave to commence, anyliow ? TheSeverance sisters, who live about slx miles sou tli ol thls vlllage on tbe sou Ui alde of the Chicago turnplke.ln Frankllo. were In towo yesterday on buslneas. They were left willi a good slzed mortgage on the farm and they went to work to pay lt off. They plow, drng, plant, cultívate, cut and husk corn. In fact do about all the work, hlrlng a man in harvest time, etc. and are making money and paylng off the mortgage.- Manchester Enterprise. Oh, no, that must be a mistake! Taylng ofl' a mortgage on a farm in these times of protection ! Wliy ny democratie journal in the country will lnugh lUCb a statement to scorn. George F. Lewis, a veteran newspaper man of this state, for many years the editor and proprietor of the Saglnawian, and still later of the B.iy City Daily C.ill, died on Friday last, aged G2 yeara. Mr. Lewis carne to Michigan in 1835, and wus oneof the earüest d:ii!y newspaper men of Detroit. He was everywhere respected and honored, aud no member of the profession could be taken away who will be missed more than he. His meinory will long be held green In the heartj of the press of the state.

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Ann Arbor Courier