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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
November
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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All farm produce is dull and lower. Business has been very dull here since the election. Get your turkey ready for the 29th of this month. The apple evaporators will gtt through work this month. Some buckwheat has been bought here at 72 cents per bushel. There has been very little wheat here the past week at $1.05. The ladies of the M. E church have an art loan at the town hall next week. Prof. Snjder crganized a singing class among our young people last Tuesday night. The democrats here take their late waterloo very quietly and philosophically. Five car loads of onions have been shipped from here and there is one more to go. The ladies of the Congregational church have a fair at the town hal] the first week in next month. There is a great amount of corn yet to husk in this vicinity and there will probably be some cold fingers before it is done. A large amount oí money changed hands here in bets on the resuÈt of the late election. The fooi killer is sadly needed here. The band and a large number of people from here with torches and banners went to Ann Arbor Tuesday night to the republican celebration of their victory. A colorea boy, from Atlanta, entertained the boys on the street Tuesday night, singing, dancing and imitating thirty-five different birds with his whistle. The republican triumph is the victory of the trusts, the monopolies, the corporations the syndicates and personal liberty as understood by the liquor dealers. It means no reJief r protection for the tarmer or any other laboring man. The Republican blow out here last Saturday night was slimly attended on account of the rain. Captain Allen made some appropriate remarks but did not explain the Hartéis and tradet that got them New York. Jonn Jackson, a pioneer in Unadilla, but more lately of Pinckney, died very suddenly last Saturday night at his residence in that village of something like apolexy. He was over eighty years of age and Ieaves a wife and three sons and four daughteis to mourn his loss. He was an excellent citizen and a kind husband and father and will be much missed by the family and the community.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News