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The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 1

The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 1

Howell, Michigan
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vol I. Xl). 15. HOWELL, MICIIK1AN, 17.. The" Democratic convention for this ju dicial district, the seventh, will meet in Published every Friday by A.

Riley Critten f) HOVVELL, MICH. Term 30 Cent IVr Ve.ny lositiwly iii Howell, nest TUursdu. Jolin White has the Commercial holej to M. II. Clark of Williamston, formerly proprietorjtf the SpJtulding House.

Herb 'Martin will commence the sea-son of 1887, with the Greenville ball club. May 1st. nl salary of $12 per week and expenses. Tlie boat bouse where most of title row boat are usually stored, at Island Iike, bait caved in! The most of the best boats were taken out last fall, Tlie examination of lr. Wait who is under chargt in the Ida Lee matter at O.

as teooUd eljuw Kntored at be Howel) lumt LOCAL. Wheat, 77e; Butter, 16c jE, 10c. Mrs, T. Kirk gave bet young men's hihle class at the M. K.

Sunday School, a stirring apieal ops the amendment and their individual influence in the matter, Itefore the lesson last Sunday. An.ex ample which should be fol lowed by.evcry teacher in the state, the first Sunday possibly. II. O. Biunard has had a Iarg tank built in the attic of the Monitor House to he filled by his new wind mill Pipes from the tank carry water ftitd all parts-of the' house and form a good fire proNK--tion not only for the house but.

for buildings adjacent in Pinekney, There appears to be two or three apparently authentic reportsofthe almost tragedy at Parshallvllle last Saturday. Whether Mr, and Mrs. Jy Jolinsqn intended to take the choloforra which so nearly endejif both their lives or whether it, wa accident the whole matter is onH some of Mr. Johnson's saloon keeping "chickens come home to roost.1" The Interdenominational Sunday ScbHtl Association of Ingham, Jackson, Livinsston and Wasnteuaw counties will Livlugston County lion at Brighton, Feb Prospects are good Teachers' Asweia 26, fi- the organization Brighton, lias leen adjourned until week after next, at request of defendant: The ladies of the Congregational church will findoiit who holds tlie lucky number for tlieir'silk quilt at the social at A.Caxlwcirs, next wis'k Fri day evening, -f The W. C.

appointed a com of a Yr C. A. in 116 well, soon. tfriTtrles Eaton -of Oak Grove, whs granted an increase of pension Feb. 19, David1 Brown of Fowler vilje was grant ed an increase ou his pension Wednesday W.

W. Haviland of Pbiinfield. obtained a patent on hi lump trimmer, Tuesday. Frank Marsh whs fnueli better that bis parents took him home tnBig Rapids, Wednesday. Jolin Keddy was severely kic ked while a homo Inst Monday, and now lies very low, James Payne hits' ripened hi tish niittee in each ward to unon all women the value of hold its next session at the M.E.

church. Stockbil'jge, March 3, 4887, beginning at 10 o'clmk a. m. Arrangements Jtave been nae" for -one or two platform uient on the amendment and to raise an aniendinent camoaiiin fund among the ladies. On Wednesday evening next, at the Brown school house in Con a v.

there 'wagons to go trom here to SUa-k-'' ill be ft 1-tuw hv U. W. II. i bridpre on Tu -sday afternKin and return well, on the of revelation Ihniwlay. All wlio to attentt tries I tU(; eonvention, no modern skeptics I worker an afford to miss it, can go in I iV ilthis way for 1 each for the round trip hy minii" a trip to Madison we called market at the corner of Grand River and Winatts Ave.

n. -WihtoBi Bc oks drew the gold watch and Mrs. David Itoyee the silver pitcher with "Birt hoen." 'Die IIekai.h and the Michigan Farmer with Household, both one year for 1.55. "without tlie Household. Monday evening.

''Stockbridge 'fXHtple at, the school taught by Mis's Juli a good' home senti which is Is-tus well Dean. tliii winter, scats, at Parker's. The teacher seemed to have tlie faculty of keeping all m- pupils employed and recitations showed for it. (', E. tlimkitii it is -aid Is very h-idlj ani'ett'd it -present with nervous proslra-tioiij and ha-lccn taken to the patiVnal home in fireen Oak.

His weddini; which was to haw taken place Uf-day, has Jn-cn indettinilely jKtstponed -r BriahUtn Argus Francis Lahndic will a tear at the Ilowell Opera House, 'SHpMft'tcd by a will entertain all who attend the convention, free. (Jin- night last week there, was a party held at Mr. Felix Mc Cabe'a in Green Oak, and two young men had "bids." 'They, engaged a rig of Mr. O. Morse of this place, and went on their way rejoicing, but sailing wasn't as sn.Htoth aslt miuht be when they arri veil at the Huron river, which had he it good deal on the rampage order of Jale the same -s nianv other foolish strftim's.

In trying to cross it tne horse was either drowned or in an eflortat rescue at any rate it was tone. and nvvt stark and cold in an at! iacciit gully. The Itoys were much put, out and spentr the night at Mr. Jackson's They will settle like little men fur tie-damage, but no one on earth knows of the ocapadebut themselves ami Mr. k-O'i as it has been kept a dead secret, Brighton Argus.

Miss May Wells closed-her school at the red school house oh the Pinekney road, with iiitcrresting exercises, last. Tuesday. John I. Garrison who assisted the laU' Woodford Johnson as city scavenger, will attend to work in that linq. durina the (outing season.

Kubn Brothers have Mettled claim for which the attachment was levied upon their stock and have reopened their store at Gregory. Rev. T. Joslin endorsed the amendment fully last-Sunday morning am announced an amendment "nTeeting at ihe church, nevt Sunday evening. The University Glee Club, one of the best musical organizations in tins statu, will iipii 'Mr at llic Howell Opera House, on the M.

E. S. S. course, to-ufclil stvoitlr conijiany. in "Nottody's next Monday evening.

Felt. 9Hth. Francis Iahadie has appeared before Howell au diences so often that our people knov his lie riband can say -with thel)esinoiiies Capital "The acting of Mr. L-thadie wjus faultless" or with the Sycamore, III, Jwthivlic is a first clasis actor." Admisshtn sJaatul 35c. Nocxtra i charge tor rcservetl.

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