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Pinckney wants a town hall. South Lyon's liquor bonds are $0,000 each. Waterloo will build a new school house this summer. The Monroe County Farmers'institute will meet at Raisinville June 2. The new Trinity Lutheran church at Monroe, will coat complete $17,000. The new flounng mili at Blissfield will be ready for business about the lat of May. The supervisor of Waterloo township reporta 16 births and 11 deaths in that township during 1892. Chelsea has concluded to bold a fair this coming f eason notwithstunding the Columbiaa Exposition. the Baptist parsonage.May 17th, 1893, bv Rev. J. E. Platt, Mr. hdward E. Ruesell to Miss Nellie Tucker, both of Saline. Does killed one eheep and lacerated five others of a flock belong to Geo. Raymond of Sharon. One of the canines was killed. In spite of the efforts of Dr. Dawe, measles grabbed 34 out of the 117 boys inSt. Francis' Orphans home at Monroe.- Adrián Press. The Odd Fellows of Battle Creek initiated 30 new members one night last week at their lodge rooms, This is the largest number ever initiated at one time by any order of this fraternity m the state. None of the fellows who cscaued from theMasonjail have been recaptured. S150 has been oftered for the capture of Doe Bently, $50 for the capture of Donnelly $25 each for the three reform echool boys. T. J. Hatswell, the expert employed by the State Railroad Commibsioner to examine into the cause of the recent explosión of the new compound engines on the T. & A. A., reported that the explosión was due to low water in the boiler. MissLillie Claik, a Pontiac school teacher is accused of Inning a 15-year oíd girl ninety-five times with a two foot mier. A warrant was i&sueri, bu; the prosecutor is already engaged in another murder trial, and this une rnuat wait.- Adrián Press. The semi-annual apportionment of the school fund, each town being entitled to 77 centi for each child, gives Scio township, 570 chüdren, $438 90; Lima, 278 children, $214.06; Dtxter 20i' children, $156 54; Webster, 199 children, $153.23.- Dexter News. Last week John Gordon Kold to E. A. Hauser 223 lambs, average weight 110 pounds, fchorn. From the flock Mr. Gordon realized $8.00 per head. Tuis is without a doubt as t:ood a flock of lainbs as was ever shipped out of this niarket.- Saline Observer. The eastbound D., L. & N. train last Friday moruing when half a mile east of South Lyon, knocked from the track a ti-year old boy nauied Arthur Reed, who lived in South Lyon. Tne train men picked him Up and he v,a at once put in the hands of a doctor. Torn Gleason of Jacko:i, who has been empioytd by McEwen or some other balloon crank, was in Manchester balurdtiy trvioK to yei tlie buinS9 mei to subscribo S50 lo pay him for coming theretogive an asoen-ion and parate drop. Ti.ey woultl not subscribe. The church goitnj pfiople of Lou, have eugaged Rev.O.C.Bailey to preuch tbere every Sunday at 2 o'clotk p. m They have also organizad a Smiday ol.and electeó the foliowingoffieers: Si[jrin!eudent, J. Easton; secretary, Chas. Hawlej ; treasurer, Fred. Stabler. ".Mv fellow poes cooning for dip, cights" was the reinark of a Ypsilanti girl when complimented on the profusión of byacintbs audtulips with whkh 6he was decorated. The flower garden of a lady in the Rume ncighborhood hns been repeaiecily rt.bbed ol'its blonm, by nij;!il raiders - undobtedly bj' "My Fellow," who shouhl be given a chtmee to ;levtlope a lead n:ine. - Adrián Press. Did you ever notice that the day of the month ;-nd "eek are alwtiys the same in Murch and November, and in April and July. That Marcfa comes in on Monday November will do likewiP, the same rule applying to ihe o;lierabove name months. In leap year Jtinuary iswiih Marchand November. The last day of February and the fourth day of July alvrays occur on the xame day of the week. The same ia Irueof the 24th day of May and


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