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Daily Statesman (Newspaper) - September 26, 1881, Marshall, Michigan Number Price 2 we had hoped to have the daily upon the streets at 7 and delayed going to press expecting that telegrams that we bad arranged for would be they e11 the but Are confident that this mornings experience will not be repeated during the career of the the paper will be distributed tomorrow morning on tace greatest variety of fiver brought to and laces and face fringes and Mike chiefs and the of Calhoun and plastering Saginaw and Onondaga and All kinds of grass seed always on i am receiving Large shipments of stove and Black Smith i offer my goods atthe lowest possible living and am prepared to pay it Price for bite and prices Lief Ore elsewhere state the sly pickpocket got in his work at the state tramps Are plenty in the Northern part of the Quineau was Hung in effigy at ear Well night and Saginaw City Are connected by Detroit papers believe that the Railroad War will be of Short Jackson boasts of a four Pound eel caught in the River at that a new Baptist Church will be dedicated at Ann Arbor on next the Mckinley House at grand Haven was burned last Small Jerome has appointed ver nor fire commissioner under the new Ford and of have a Pat ent incubator for hatching chickens by Cheboygan Hopes to reach the outside w orld by Railroad during the next three or four the meanest thief on record has been heard from at he stole an Edi tors Detroi ters to the number of one Hun dred have been selected to attend the presidents the school of political science at the University opens this week with an and by Safe in the Eaton treasurers of fice was opened one night last week by it did not pan out Greenville has been on dress Parade for several the locating committee selected to name a site for the new Asylum have visited that at Taw ass a Huston refused to close his store when the announcement was made of the presidents and indignant citizens used Worth of paint and tar in his place of the meanest Man in seven states has an existence in the Burnt owns a Well and didst lose a dollars Wor Lity the in an of generosity he contrib listed die to fortunate is Ufier Only some prove Ops and wants the committee to make Good what in gave from Hiis Bay City the following is the list of officers of the state agricultural society Henry grand Kent Joe Mon Roe Lena wee executive Abel Mahegan county Oceana county Wayne county Eaton county Ingham county Branch Tuscola county John Washtenaw county Paw Van Buren county is Midland Calhoun of Battle is re ported quite interest in pedestrian matters is waning at so says the a bios churches and Public places Are heavily draped with the Gale mfg of Albion sold the re Lief committee at Detroit 155 plows at Fostelle As part Brigton is the attraction atthe Albion opera House this Bidwell and wife left for a visit to friends in Indiana on re the Albion Relief committee purchased 15 plows and sent them to the Farmers of the Burnt of delivered an address yesterday at the College on the assassination of president View it gives us of american in the foot race at Michigan won by Duffy of Battle there were six Duffy distanced his nearest competitor 8 the distance ran was 220 of near came up from Jackson and spent wednesday night with his old Friend of the is president of the Wool growers and one of the judges of thoroughbreds at the state he was also one of the judges at the Albion made a creditable exhibit at the state the Gale made a splendid exhibit of rakes and and the new Spring tooth Harrow pleased the Farmers Mosher and Mills exhibited some Fine paintings in sketches in India of their own the people of Homer and Vicinity Are 1 lending to the lord by giving freely to the Woods sufferers in their dire nearly in Money and goods has already been and the work goes bravely the ladies met at the presbyterian yes and perfected arrangements to make a dozen new goods being furnished by and let the Good work go for if Ever Sweet Charity could be practice in behalf of a deserving and needy it is now in behalf of the sufferers of our tree Are but few who cannot contribute some Thimig in the Way of cloth farming or other things that will Aid them in their at the state fair at Jackson this the seven head of Jersey cattle exhibited by or Kingman of this City were awarded six Over the whole state of Michigan including Kalamazoo and grand and also two herds from the state of the Jersey spiraea be 18 months bred by Richard Good also exhibited by took the Premium in his class and also the sweepstakes diploma for the Best Jersey Bull on of All this is a conspicuous Victory for Battle Creek weep congratulate Kingman upon his and also our for the introduction of such a noticeable Herd of jerseys in their the fair stowed largest and Best display of Stock eve made in our and was fully equal to that Dis played at the Chicago Tim gives special importance to the above mentioned from morning till no let tip in business 1 m sales immense Fie Bottom out of t at unheard of prices piles of i hard to find counter room for cords of heaps of barrels of carloads of hats and All new everyone who wishes to economize in these buy his Caps and gents furnish ing goods you Are cordially invited to examine our late now daily arriving adding largely to our elegant line of ladies Fandy and furnish Irig making our Stock and Headquarters for kid hair town worsted and a Complete Stock of Black Satin and mourning goods Cut free when Pur chased ladies under Wear in Large and and in dress and cloak making our styles Are new and and prices beyond a Emporium of 30 state is the word used by those who see the Flowers carved at the Marble works i at the East end of state Call and see Cronin Staple and fancy and also finest me of crockery and glassware in the j of Al

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