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The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

Howell, Michigan
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F. II, Wim net a fine monument for F. Jiusson's family in the Lake cent et.ery, Wednesday. Additional Local, TheT. A.

Co. are laving fourteen ttew engines built. John Gilbert's store front receiving now coat of paiut; There will be no more service eicept Sunday School mid prayer meetings, at The irtm work on the new jail is being the Baptist church during the progress rapidly puhed tocompletiou. of Jie leiutirs. Ihe contract has been signed and Jiu, lawrance Jr.

had a young horse badly cut by twrbeb wire, Tuesday night, It had evidently laid down aud rolled mm wkm over into it. M. II. II. Holt ii wcrkiug up a good business iu the line of boiler repaying 11a went to Linden for a job in IV? (:) ll OF that line, Wednesday.

During the Inst throe eeks liriggs, of North Howell, him kfted four laice hawks. Tfto of them measured Owoaso geu the X. A. Cut Shops, Fred Schroder's new b'ock present a fine apiHunuce with Its new coat of paint. Judge Colo lias not been in Lis office this week owing to the death of his father-in-law L.

V. Mi'ls returned from Grand Ledge, Tuesday where ho sold a Very Use monument, A new sidewalk adjoining John Colli) 's and in front of Wm. C. Loebnea residences, on Hubbell St. David It.

OXeal of Brighton; and Tmi It Spencer of Tyrone arc two new xunies im the pension roil. The Union District Lodge, I. O.of G. T. for this and Iiuhain counties, met Fit chburg, last Friday.

four from tip to II. luii.iU Jinn just Owing to the rain, there was not a large attendance at the German class He has muti dm Hew goods and van .1..... last Monday evening. There were usuf-licicnt number present, however, to organize and the class will hold its first 1 quality coasi.h'red ces, llasaiu assorl justly meeting this evening. I or hi.

iheissofia-enllcie. dsare iin'ui'V IV1 make 1 'MW MlH lbw J'ttr Chadwick lias a line org in fr which he is selling tii kcts at each. If he sells KM tick. ts the drawing will ''s a full line, of the lWGFHS'BllOS. lvlT A.

so GUUDj. V. Several prizes to Lady Equestrians make one more attraction to' the glittering array for she Font ix fur. It will pay you to look over his stock of before nm-chasin. FIXE WATCJI IKIUHIJX( A AT i come oil' at his ne.t concert, cadi li older of it ticket wil.

receive tw admission tickets to the e.oaeiTt. The following leitcr explains itc (': DK'HIOM, Mn it. t. luth, 17. A.

ltu.ty HiWKf.l.. Dear Sir; Since writing yon the other tiny I have received a letter from the luting Supt. of the Blind, saying that tin1 Hoard of Coutrolrefused to allow in Tin: stokk. IX THE COUXjCll STOItE. will furnish the Ifr.rtM.i) until iary let for ten eeiitH.

Send it your absent friends for that time. You will find some Very pretty designs In Braeek-ts, Fins, Kings and Sleeve IhUtons aPieo. II. Chapel's. 4Jtf Hiram Wing foil down Mail hie in Toledo last week, nml is still coniined to iiis huuso from the effects of hi.s injuries.

The Heimui till January 1st and the Center six weeks for liU cents. Now ail jmrties are represented in our clubbing The Detroit Tribune or Free, Press, four months for 23 cents and the Hek-AL till January' 1st, free to each sub-eeribcr. Tim tmie for payments of the village; the little lVter-ou (or lletchelcr) girl to Jr be ret urned to the School. "1 he child needs constant attention" which would make a ajiccial attendant necessary11 and the form in which the appropriation for the present liscnl year was nmde, places no money in the treumrv for that I'nless something can be done for the little girl, by the state or county. 1 I may feel it it necessity to return ber to the hands fo your Superintendent of the poor.

Yours very truly, L.1IAK1IOI Ml. Several relatives and friends of. the luto A. Drew of Fowlerville, il ent to that place Vdnesday. to attend his Mr.

Drew vi' as -horn in Ma-1 taxus expires next week and Treasurer Hubert 'reports a large; amount yet out-tan ling. If you 'want a good, re'iablo Watch, ttouieth'ng VoU can depend as a lime-keeper. to Geo. II. hi th cornet btoru.

-ii'tf A gnat big lVoseetlliiig Attonrey at VT. F. Van Wink.c'a last Wednesday. Will saysU going to take the young gentleman in, too. W.

II. I Green the Fainter, is moving His family from Burr Oak to Howell, lie is a rattling good workman and will show ui with our best. lion township, in Hie earliest of pioneer diys, in this county. During the excitement attending he discovery of in 'California, he Went to th l'aiitie Coast in search of a fortune. On his return htM-niuiged in busjness at Fleming and a few years later, moved his store to Fowlerville.

During the excitement of the sect ca'led the Christian Isrealites, in this count v. he iHttune a member and WJIEIIE T1IBY will TME. MOST The remains of Mrs. M. grand- (li.i 1n His mother of A.

A II. G. Friggsof this vi lage, were renfo veil from the Kiddle CO cemetery Oeeola, aud interred in Oak Wooc mnetervj ist Monday. C. Fadiluck's Gallery is grinding out from 20U to cabinet photos and otlier work in proportion, every week.

They put ia an elegant hew and some of the latest novelties, Monday. Bro. Adams who is Secy of the.Fowl-crville Agricultural Society has our thanks for "coin ps" for their fair. George aud those who are associated rithhim ifre leaving nostoue uuturiied for a good ftur. E.

Chad wick commenced another health has been poor for some time past aud lie has been confined to his house for several months. The summons came last Monday morning and he has gone. II is remains were brought to Howell on Wednesday and placed, In a vault in our village- cemetery. List of Fetit jurors drawn to serve at the Octotier terui of the Circuit Court for the county of Li vingston, to be commenced and held at the Court House in the vi lageof in said county, on the lUth day of October, 1S7, at- one o'clock r. M.

of said day. William Mc Millan, Cohot-tah; Wells Fuller, Conway Feter Lamli, lXvrfie'd Dwight T.Curtis, Genoa? AVilliam II, Grevn Green Oak; E. Hamburg; Jeremiah Fancy, Hart and; Dexter J. Filkins, Howell; Henry Coffey. Handy; juvenue tmgiug imswuuu mj of the Jones block itunifcdiHtely after John Iosco; Goodell Diek-ersou, Marion; R.

S. Wilcox, Oceola; Si'as Barton Putnam; Charles ltogers, Tvrone Charl Cool, iPa; Beforebuying any Stoves or.IIaxdware call on Munroe Bitten, Brighton; James Miner, Cohoctah; James Conway; the eiose of the day schoo, last Mondty with agoodattendaue. A eoaipHuieut to his work with the first class. We imagined last week that Bro, -Allison. was firing back some of the golden eagles we paid him a few weeks ago: He didn't though, oh no, it was only a bright golden colored Chelsea Herald to celebrate seventeenth birthday: Its a good sheet and we hop It will live to the figures chanje plKKS.

Jacob Hunt, Ueerflew; uorneius nw-mons, Genoa; Andrew F.Sawyer, Green Oak; CD. Steward, Hamburg; Edward Gleason, llartland; John Barrow, Uow- eiu RIB SgHBQiQiS.

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