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Mrs. Hawkins is visiting at her daughtr's in Deerfield. The republicans are preparing for a big blow out in the near future. Mrs. Robinson, one of the oldest pioneers of Saline is very sick. John Ottmer who has been very sick with typhoid fever is on the mend. Thomat Spears, one of Saline's old soldiers, is sick and not expected to recover. It is reported that the owner of the Observer is about disposing of his business here. Dr. H. A. Nicholi and John H. Boitle, started last Monday on a hunting excursión up in the north woods. Daniel Reeves harvested] .five thousand bushcls of corn this falí. ís there a farmer hereabouts that can beat that. Dennis & Glover our live metchants, are malcing six of their little daisy engines. They are already contracted for. It would not be surprising if Saline should have four or five new post masters, if the hurry for ñames to petitions indicate anything. Don't be in a hurry boys to tep into John's oldshoes. I am atraid they would not fit you he has worn them too well the last four years to rnake them an eay fit for you. The demócrata hereabouts are preparing their boats to go up Salt river. They will keep them in good repairs to sail back in fouryears. C M. Fellows, of Sharon, has rented his farm and vvill on Tuesday November 2yth sell at auction his personal property including horses, cows and ninety hcad of pure bred merino sheep.


Ann Arbor Argus
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