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The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

Howell, Michigan
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Liningston Berald, HOWELL MICH. THE COUNTY. GREGORYJay Backus and John- Daniels are on -the sick list. Will Foster returned to Fenton where he has been attending school, Tuesday, Jan. 8th.

The noon freight did not pass here Tuesday as the passenger was bloekaded in the snow near Pontiac, Thd Good Templars' social at Plainfield last Tuesday evening, Was an enjoyable affair. About 88. was taken in. HAMBURG Roads north and south are all drifted full of snow. Capt.

Oliver Bilson is now night watch on the T. A. Frank Burnet has moved back on his farm, from this village. There will be a social at H. Pinckney's next week Friday evening.

BRIGHTON L. H. Frink and family have moved to Ann Arbor. Several new scholars in the Brighton schoois since the holidays. Wesley Rogers wife was buried Saturday.

She died of consumption. The wife of Aaron Newman was buried last Sunday, She had been sick only a- bout a week. Arthur Miller returned from Dakota with his family, last Saturday and will settle in Brighton. There will be a donation for the benefit of Rev. S.

Bird, at the M. E. church, next Tuesday evening. Two of a kind girls. One calls James Shank "pa" and the other applies the title to "Jack" Holderness.

Considerable excitement was created last Tuesday afternoon by the report that Miss Ida Lee had been found dead in her dress-making rooms near Hyne Son's elevator. Miss Lee was complaining of a severe tooth ache when last seen on Monday evening. Just after dinner on Tuesday, Mrs. G. Westphal of Genoa, went to her rooms to have some work done, when she discovered the body lying near the door, which was unfastened, frozen stiff.

Her mouth was wide open and one hand WAS raised, showing that she had made an effort to summon aid. A lamp. was dimly burning on the table and the fire was out. It is supposed that the deceased took chloroform from a bottle which was found in the room, for her tooth ache. Justice W.

M. Power summoned a jury and proceeded with the usual inquest. Drs. Me Hhnch and Wiley held a post mortem examination. FOWLERVILLE Maim who was so badly hurt with the bursting mill -stone, is improving slowly.

The temperance lecture delivered here last Monday evening, by Mrs. Fixen, was much better than we usually hear in small towns. F. G. Palmerton has put one of the latest improved cash rail way systems with five stations, into his store, Compressed air is the motive power.

Beebe Son buried six persons during the first half of January, the youngest of whom was -seven years of age and the average age was 68 1-2 years. CONWAY Mrs. Mary Ann Eaton of Conway, died of dropsy, Jan. 16th, aged 38 years. The donation for the benefit of Rev.

Mr. Cipher, at B. B. Dawley's, last Friday evening, was a very enjoyable occasion. ALL THE County News 3) cents a year 1 Subscribe 0.

8 at for the LIVINGSTON HERALD. We desire to engage a live agent also a good correspondent at every Post Office in this county, whom we will pay for their services. 'The following agents have been appointed FLEMING, FLOYD RICHMOND, PETTYSVILLE, W. A. PETERS.



AT F. R. MONROE'S Buy present for your family of some real value and that will make the whole family happy. Great bargains in coal HEATING STOVES, The best ever offered for sale in- Howell. Granite amri Hots.

LOWER THAN EVER. The very best Carpet Sweepers, very cheap. PLATED SPOONS, KNIVES AND FORKS, FINE STOCK OF CUTLERY, Be sure and examine goods before you buy, Howell, Mich. F. N.


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