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County And Vicinity

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Mrs. Sarah A. Hunt, of Ypsilantl, (lied on the 4tli inst, aged 47 years. JJepublieans shouldn't forget to attend to the registration of their names, or they may lose thelr vote. Burglars broke into Dodge's jewelry store at Ypsilantl recently and stole $500 or S000 vvorth of goods. The Ann Arbor fair paid expenses aud that's ibout all, but 'twas a good fair and the society has done mach to regain the conllder.ce of the penple.- Saline Obseiver. The "Michigan R-ipid Transit Co." asked the Van Uuren tovvnship board for the privilege of building a 9treet raihvay botwecn Bellevllle and Rawsonville, and a meeting of the citizens was called on the 9th inst , to talk over the matter. Tliis is probably a conünuation of the road f rom Ana Arbor t Ypailanti; thence to Rawsonville and Bellevllle. - Plrmouth Mail. P1TTSFIELD. Kow ii the time to gather hickory nuts. Miss Anna Combs is visiting at Btighton. Mrs. H. II. Webb i3 visiting Jackson friends. Win. Tinkurn and wife, of Wayne, are the guests of Bert Hauaner. Sec'y Cavanaugh officially viaited the school of district No. 7, Friday. The P. U. S. S. will hold their final meeting for the season Sunday. .7. V. Wliite harvested between GO and 70 bushels ot potatoes from lesa than acre. Mr. John Ilauscr returned home Friday nigut from :i two week's visit at Conco rd. Miss E. Phillipps ha9 wonderfully improved the appearance of her house by applying a coat of paint. A donation party will be given for the benefit of Rev. D. Q. Barry who has been superintendent of ihe Sunday school of district No. S the past season, Friday eveniug ut the residenco of D. Cixly. A good attendance is expected.


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