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Hillsdale Daily Standard (Newspaper) - July 25, 1876, Hillsdale, Michigan Railroad Tine tables. Lakeshore a Mich. Central a Crox a it. Watne he. Al the Standard. Pub in tuesdays it mis Date Mick by a. Ii. Howison proprietor. Lauk 9nork stir Ich. Sov. S. S. New us Mowl a Milf a it Wrim Opp mite Curt of a Aasc is train Wink Vuke station ii if m follow St Stio. Th��s6 express Mica Bra express a com. Toledo. Hudson. Pittsford. Osseo. Unix Boal. A. Jonesville. Alles. Quincy. A Chicago. 6 96 m torte a a 10 41 iodine 44 11 Nia 44 11 15 44 11 95 44 11 43 44 6 00 a m 10 50 a Iraq 44 Ihm am 1 1 44 1 5 44 Iris 44 1 45 44 9n� 44 brio in Thain coins Kast. Stations. Nail express mkt. A com Quincy. Alien. Jonesville. La i turn Alx. Osseo. Pittsford. Hudson. A Toledo. To oort 8-.16 44 9 30 44 it 44 a 44 3 00 44 3 15 44 5 35 44 5 50 so 6 46 44 6 m 44 6 10 44 6 25 4 6 33 44 65 44 90 44 l cram of invariably in Advance on Ltd to i year or ,5n. On copy i year by carrier<2,00. It term tor advertising made known at tie counting sown of the i Milce. A advert item it Alloo id to handed into the i office saturday moral no. Local notice monday to Michigan accommodation going wet connect with Kalamazoo and grand rapid train at White Pigeon. Or Man and night exp Ca train going Anat connect with train for Detroit at Adrian. Lansing division. Trains will leave the station named As follows of no North. Stations. Freight. Jonesville. Litchfield. 7 90 to site 4 6 45 am 7 16 44 Homer. Co Milt. Albion. Eaton rapids. Lansing. 8 04 44 8 15 44 8 35 44 4 30 44 5 80 44 rail 44 inv 44 Sra 44 10 82 44 lira to Ooi no Souto. Stations. Is no nor freight. A Roe am 8 45 44 10 34 44 v 5o in 4 30 44 m 44 ii 10 45 4 10 54 44 tills 44 lira44 s the 44 7 16 44 7 a a a 8.30 44 Hillsdale Post office. Til Rio Nimg and arrival of malls. A Ooi no a it. Sic lore. A to do do Way and through via. Ii. A i. Wai of i to wet. Ray and through via. La Sacra. do do Way Ami through via. I. A i. I arrival. Cloo Inu. A. M r m. A. M. R. M. 6 46 2 �i5 1 36 a Imp she i it to it to i 1 30 i i of i i Wawra read Era july 21, Ista the especially noticeable facts of the last ten Days Are Tbs meteor ologies changes. The highest temperature i have seen was 94 9. We Bare bad several Day of that temperature. Between two Dye of that tempera tire we bad one of 84 a. On sunday last we bad Nalow a temperature in the morning As 68 a. We can to complain on the score of variation. On saturday the 8th inst., or. Cal j a in Batea a respected citizen of ibis township was said to have been sunstroke. He went into the Fields feeling badly. Later in the Day lie was com history of hansom. It formation Early set fitment Early settled pops. In lations statistics a. In compliance with Tho of Congress requesting that a historical oration of rack township be delivered in each township july 4th, 1870, and by request of the governor the following historical sketch of Tho township of Ransom was compiled at the Celebration at Ransom july 4th, by Samuel b. Brown of that township period first extended from the creation of the polled from illness to go to Bis Home. J Vor 4 to the discovery of America by Columbus a. D., 1492. Detroit. Hillsdale a Western . South trains win leave the stat Kama named a Lola a from and alter april lath Isle Westward train. Detroit. Ypsilanti. a. Balia. Bridgewater. Manchester. Watkins. Brooklyn. Woodstock. Somerset. Somerset Lerote. Ort ii Adams Hillsdale. Banker. Express. S 6o e. M. Moil 7 he a. M. 7 1 44 8 36 44 a Ira 4 a Ara 44 7u3 44 Ora 44 6 00 44 9 46 44 Sra 44 19 18 44 �?�6 39 44 a log 44 bite 44 11 11 a �?�9 <>5 a lira 4 �?�9 12 44 11 47 44 e. �?�9 11 44 11 67 44 9 85 44 12 19 r. M. F.40 44 la Ira 44 10w 44 1 16 44 10 10 44 Ira 44 6 45 a. In. Train on Lake Shore from West bring both Eastern and West re mail. Mail for both East Ami went Clow at 7 90 p. No Bat leaves mail going went Only at Jonesville Coldwater Burr Oak Sturgis White Pigeon Chicago and All Point beyond. Mail sent saturday night East and All Point West except Quincy and alien. Mail for Cambria Mina sent every afternoon at 4 o clock close sri arrive at la a. In. Each Day. Mali for bout i Jeff Nom Frontier hansom Kiel Ambo leave every wednesday and saturday at 7 of Cofek a. ., close 7 p. In. The Prev too night received each tuesday Aud Batur Daj at i of clock p. In. Mall for a Barche deniers Aud Wheatland Center leave Tren Dily and saturdays at p. In. Arrives at 12 rn., same Day. Pont Ocoee open it 7.-00 a. In. And closes Ai 8 00 p. In. Office not open on brinday. As no mail Are received after a Turda of or noon. Sunday night Mali going out closes at 6 00 . Money order office hours 7 of a. In. To L. Van Valken Burg a i never left it again alive. He died after great suffering of sunday near night. His symptoms wore coldness of extremities and exterior great internal heat Aud great thirst with constant complaints of heat in the face. Congestion was Manifest he was conscious from first to last i am not a medical Man but i think in his canc strongly of a congestive chill. July 2d James Mcmurphy died in this Village after a Long and distressing illness. He had had if i mistake not rheumatism for some years which was finally transferred to the heart causing death. Or. Mcmurphy was very High a in the beginning god created the heavens and the Earth a t geologists and Moses May Settle Tho connection time included in this period of our history our object is accomplished when we record the fact that Ransom was a portion of this Earth. Period second extends from the discovery of America by Columbus unto the settlement of this country by the pilgrims at Pirn Mouth Massachusetts a d., 1620. During the time id tided in this second period of our history variously regarded As a citizen Here. His life i and numerous expeditions for the sex Postie after. A local news. Wednesday evening. City caucuses see notices. Next county convention thursday july 27fch. The person who left samples of Corn j at this office for the Centennial will j Gether has been marked by such general deportment special acts and kindness As rendered him in the general judgment a useful estimable resident and he is missed in Busine and social his sojourn among us was distinguish i de not by a professional christianity but by that practical kind til Ais made up of an upright business Intercourse of honorable deeds and kindly sympathetic acts and these Lave made his departure from among us the living a lasting loss. The haying und Harvest comes toting season. The foiling eastward train err ass. Mal. Era a. V. 2 30 r. M. Sra 44 9 �0 a a 7 2 44 5 00 4 7 93 44 Blit 44 �?�7 40 44 8 29 44 7 Jah 44 s 7 44 �?�8 90 44 3 36 44 Ara 44 8 48 4 �?�8 4a 44 �?�4 04 44 9 15 44 4 18 a 2 45 44 4 3s 44 10 10 44 4 55 44 10 80 44 �?�6 08 44 11 9 44 6 90 44 i 18 39 r. In. 4 25 r. M. Banker. Hillsdale. North Adam. Jerome., Somerset Centre Somerset. Woodstock. Brooklyn. Watkins. Manchester. Bridgwater. Baillie. Harrison. By pattern. Petrol. A starred train Stop Only when passengers Are to get on or or train Are run by Chicago time which is to minute slower than Detroit and Cleveland time. Al train run Dally except sunday. connections made at Ypsilanti with m. C. R. R. For All Point East and West. At Manchester with Jackson Branch of l. 8. A m. 8. In r. At Hillsdale with l. H. A m. 8. R. R. At banker with it. We. A 8. B. In tor Point North and South. Please Send in his name to accompany j weather As our Southern folks term Tho Sample. Rainy weather so completely character the heated term usually spoken of ixe do the Leafy month of june a and is a Tho hot spell a for july has passed j a a a fit Foar of july that these off leaving agreeable. Orlando White esq., it Cambria i presented us yesterday with a Basket the atmosphere Cool and Thiee Els Asea of labor in agricultural j Economy have been United and the j Farmers Are previously overtaxed. The earn Field at Best will be fool grass is letting Quality and wheat in Many instances is past fitness for cutting. The wheat Heads show the work of an in set in Many shrunken emals Bat there Are enough unaffected emals to give of Fine apples. Such As Are not usually enjoyed. The varieties were of 187f� growth Aud Tho growth of this year. Among those of our citizen who re turned from the Centennial last week j us if the weather permits what there Michigan Central Railroad. Main Lino. By Anas. In Mal tk4tnb going Bast. By a Kai. Tatlyan. Sex i . Express t night sex Chicago. La. 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Ii irk of a company of or fishing sports go to Hamlin Lunko this afternoon for a two Days fishing excursion. Ruch one takes a Backet of provisions Blanket a fish Hue Aud a Cork screw. The foot race at Jonesville thurs i Day last closed with a grand fight. Of the race Scott of Jonesville beat the it Wayne boy. Distance too Yards time loj seconds. Our fellow townsman Henry e. Mott who is preparing for the ministry at Auburn x. Y., theological col lege will preach at the presbyterian Church in this City next sunday morning. He is now spending the summer vacation at the College at his Home in this City. Tickets for me Etc unum m it. a i on Sale at Curtis drug store Penfield amp Whipple Ellis a Norris exploration and settlement of the continent of North America sailed from different countries of Europe. The expedition that sailed in the May Flower Aud landed on Plymouth Rock became a Success and North America was nettled by the race of men that now i Hab it it in latitude 41 a co North and in Longitude 7 a 30�?T West from washing i ton Aud you will be in Ransom thus showing Ransom to be included in and forming a part of North America j period third i extends from the settlement of the country a. D., 1620, until the Declora Tiou of the Independence of the us itch j of America july 4, a. 1776. Lite Success attending the settlement in Massachusetts stimulated Settle t 1 meets in other portions of the country and by a other countries. England France and Germany vied with each of v j other in their efforts to get Possession of the co Fily and effect settlements tile English occupied new England and the Atlantic coast generally tis far South As Georgia. The dutch discovered the had son River and effected nettle dirt at new York and a far up the River As Albany. The French discovered the St. Lawrence River and effected settlement at various Points and on the upper lakes and established a line of trading posts from Lake Erie to is to be got in Good condition a medium crop of excellent wheat. The bugs Are troubling the potatoes. Oats will yield largely if the season favors from this Lime on. Prof. James of Hillsdale College preached Here in the free Baptist j the Ohio River and the Mississippi Riv Hutch. Lath Situ Daj be delivered a it a to p�1t j t Kion of the country in the Region of to e total abstinence Sermon Aud it was Kes and the valleys of the Ohio in i j i Mississippi Rivers As Early As the f it i j part of the eighteenth Century. Pre i Vious to july 4,1776, England by treaty stipulations and wars had got phases 1 Aion and exercised jurisdiction Over great lakes. Rivers and was rather the liveliest Aud freshest one i have heard him pronounce. Tim music of the last sunday in the same Church deserves notice. The choir a Quartetti is twelve years old the St. Lawrence and the and consists of or. . Prescott whose Ohio and Mississippi voice is a very musical Tenor miss Carrie Strong mrs. George Colby a very Fine Sopran trebles and or. M. N. Parmelee excellent Bass and was accompanied at times by or. Earnest Davis an Organ and or. Win. Blakely on a b Flat Cornet. The instrumental a eco in Nan i meat was rather a help there were Twenty eight officers and eighteen voters thews being More officers t Han votes Bol on ticket was pot in Trifield in 1841 there being moire voters than officers two tickets were ran and the a Artiea were very evenly divided for supervisor Nelson Doty received 17 votes and Leander Carnie received in vote Tho candidates for clerk received 16 votes each. In 1848, the record reads the township of Ransom formerly Rowland Juno 4, 1819, recorded As Bird formerly Ransom. April 18, 1850, the record reads township of Bird. April 26, 1850 it read a township of Ransom. We Havo Sera maps of Michigan in which tide town is called Fenton but it appears nowhere on the records of the town. The name of Ransom has continued Soiu erupted since 1850, and now holds the town by right of Possession. Tim first town meeting voted to raise �25 to be used As a Bounty for killing wolves and the same sum As Bounty Money for killing bears. £125 was voted for township expenses. Of the Twenty eight names mentioned in connection with the first township meeting but two Are living in town at present viz., Thomas Burt Aud Alexander Palmer. The first framed building in town was a barn built by Rowland Bird in 1838, men coming As far of from Jonesville to the raising. The first school taught in town was by Lucinda Bird in a shanty on the North West Quarter of Section eight on the land now owned by Geo. A. Soothe in the Hammer of 1838 three families Cut to school or. Cobb or. Hodges and or. Bird. The first school House was built in District no. 2, near the sight of the present House in 1839 or 1840. The first Frame school Loose was built in 1844, in District no. 7, on the site now occupied by the Brick one in said District there Are eight school houses in town at present three Brick and five Frame buildings. The first birth that occurred in this town was a child of or. And mrs. James h. Babcock in 1839. The first death was Allen Bird March 8, 1839, just three years from the Day or. Bird arrived in town hit age was sixteen. The first Sermon preached was at the funeral of Allen Bird Aud was preached by the Rev. Or Ambler of Osseo. The first marriage was Jane Drake daughter of Deacon Drake in the sooth part of the town now Amboy in 1839. The organization of Ransom in comparison of other towns in the county i it was one of the last the first to a in organization affecting this town was mos co in 1835 it included towns 5, 6, 7, 8, and fraction 9, South of Range 2 West. In 1837 Jefferson was organized As Florida and for three years Florida exercised a fatherly care Over this town laying out roads collecting taxes Etc. Woodbridge was organized the same year this town was and in 1841 Cambria was organized Wright in 1838 was organized As Canaan Aud the first settlers in Ransom lived not far from the land of Canaan. In 1850 Amboy was organized As a town made up of one tier of sections from town 8. South 2 West Aud one tier from 8 South 3 West and fractional 9 South 2 West and a a Mouth 3 weal which leaves Ransom a fractional town with 30 sections instead of 36. In 1839, we have already mentioned that one son of died. In april 1840 within Tiro months of the time she was married mrs. Carnie his eldest daughter died april 9tb, the Fame Dav Eunice Bird his youngest a laughter died both of Scarlet fever. Septem Lier 18, 1840, or. Birds youngest son died aged six years. September 22, four Days after the death of his son Rowland Bird died aged 47 years. The lands adjoining the same. The various colonies of great Britain thai took part in the declaration of Independence claimed a their territory All the country South Aud West of the St. Lawrence and the great lakes thus Ransom was included in Tho declaration of Independence. Of Tho remainder of the family two Are Aud on the 14th Day of december 1841 his sew Ira Hora he Jot up in the morn Toff Sod started for Jonesville following Indian trails and blazed Trees arrived at his destination he bought his Sash for five windows paid for a a a in every rant of Money lie had Strang them on Hie Ama and turned Ole a homeward whore he arrived late in the evening not having eaten a Mouthful Ainee he left Home in the morning. Another Man wanting some Oats for seed took with Bim his boy thirteen years old and started he got his Oats two or three Miles this Side of Hudson he took two bushels his boy one patting them on their shoulders they started for Home Between two and three of clock they came in sight of the House and that boy Laid his bog of the ground and Laid Down on it the tired est he Ever was. When those Oats a Ere sown they were not wild Oats. Those incident show Bow the first settlers lived. Borne of the first settlers bought their land of the government but most of them bought second hand. Only three or four now living in town received their draws from the government two Are Gilbert Howland and Thomas Bart. This town has had sixteen different supervisors nine served one year each four served two years each two served five years and one served ten years. There has been levied upon the town for incidental expenses an average of 8190.00 a year Ainee its organization the largest sum was $300., the smallest was 825. The town of Ransom is Square with the world owing no one and no one owing them. At the organization of the town 23 officers served the town now in officers fill the Bill. The duties formerly performed by six officers Are now executed by the supervisor and one Man does the duties of commissioner of highways. The first resident physician in Ransom was or. Lee. The first store in Ransom was kept by or. Lee in 1851. The first store in Ransom Village was kept by Ichabod Stedman in 1855. A Post office was first established in Ransom in 1847 a t. Kimball Aas Post master residence of Section 9 mail once a week. The first Sawmill in town was built by or. Gay in South part of town now in Amboy. Grist Mills the town has never bad but a Short time not Long enough to get used to it. The inhabitants of this town go to Amboy Pioneer Cambria Jefferson Wright or Hillsdale to Mill. The first settlers used to go to Tecumseh with their wrists. Ransom has had her share of fires. Some ten or twelve families have lost their dwellings and All or part of their household goods and provisions. C. B. Shepard met with the first loss of this kind in the fall of 1841 in oct. With the lumber he had drawn from Keene North of Hudson for floors Aud doors to his House. He had built a shanty in which he slept cooked his meat Aud potatoes and stored his effects. He left saturday afternoon for Adams to Speed the Sabbath and of Bis return to bring a Load of goods. On monday when he returned his lumber for his new House was Goue and he mistrusted it was burned from what lie could discover he suspected the powder be left in the Bottom of the boiler that was full of tin Dana Aud cooking utensils had exploded for the Woods about there was Lull of tin twisted and tora in All manner of shares. Aud his suspicious were confirmed by folks living within five or six Miles having heard an explosion in that direction about rundown saturday. To never secs a piece of crooked tin but he thinks of the powder he lost. He kept on in the even Tenor of his Way is Brit he could after what had happened excursion. I. Hillsdale to Detroit and return. A Moat. For thai wee week coding a i thu 3rtt wednesday August 2,1876. It charge of St. Church Hillsdale. Via. H. Amp s. W. Sud m. C. Railroads. I a roast dings july 22. 1896 Abram splitter Deea of. Comtnlsaioaera4 la Imri Iuka appointed. I Nelson a. Dpi Ultra. It. So. Minors. Petition tor appointment. It guardian Hood feted and approved. Latta a a issued to John l Flora a. Sad Caroline Spafford minora. Guar Tan band flied an approve. Letters i mod to Levi a Pterson. Samuel Cole. Dexter Gray and Nelson p. By appointed App Fodor. Hannah e. Ii. Brown deceased first annual account of administrator settled and allowed Hebert b. Is lion. Deceased. Warrant and inventory filed. Edward Dav. Decease j. Report of commissioner in partition filed and approved. Of la Ken Vav 80<ae far a tvs Hills 6 39 a. Mi., Arrie Detroit la a. In. Return leave Detroit 6 30 p. In. Arrovo Hillsdale la p. In. Post sex Calca extended by Mien in seat in Detroit hirer three of our on arrival off train far nil we. With to embark. A Kris of Ruusu extend from Tho declaration of Thule Thiu a hindrance As is too often the prudence in 1776. Unto the admission Case from its overwhelming arte and H. S. W. Depot. Those Tlly election of music waa very Happy who want to go who want to go without or wits adapted to the voices Aud fail will need to get their tickets this when they swelled out harmoniously in i week or before August 1st, at the 1 Rich grand Motel Strain the a Fleet was trains Ooi to stations. Detroit or. U. T. June. Wayne june. Ypsilanti. Ana Arbor. -. Dexter. Chelsea. Gras Lake. . Jacuses. Or. Ai mob. Marshall. Battle Creek. Galesburg Kalamazoo it Lawton. Decatur. Dowagiac new. Dachau a a. Three Oak. New Buffalo. Mien. City. . a sunday excepted. A Yan a Day exp Jack Leveton Tipra. Sex. A express exp a m a m r m i r u i a tora 8 00 6-00 i 9 5 7 16 10 90 4 15 6 16 tora trip 10 49 4 90 6 47 Ems 8 31 11 10 kits 7 12 11 14 8 56 11 86 6 46 7 46 11 30 Ara Era 8 10 a a a a 6 46 a a. A a a 23 Ora. Lows a a a a a 6 49 6 50r m a m 10 46 12 84 7 16 9 93 12 42 10 46 19 87 9 30 19 45 lira 1 1410 95 Ira r m 12 25 Ira _ hws8 1 48 Ira 2 17 a Koi. Lira 2 to 1 81 . A in a m 19 10 Ira Ira 4 00 12 30 a Ira 9 86era Ira 9 62a Era Ira. 8 16 Era Ira. 8 46 Era 6 19 2 30 Era Ira. A a 9 45era Era Ira Era 6 10 Era Era 7 21 amp to. 6 10 6 86 a 4 06 5 50 6 48 6 14 8 86 Era 6 31 aes 7 18 9 85 to 7 16 Typo Era 10 20 Era Ira saturday and sunday excepted. T daily. I. B. Ledyard Geum i Bapt. Detroit. Hevey c. Wentworth o. I. A t. A. Chicago. A he it. Wayne Jackson a Sao. R. R. Time card in effect atty 9, 1874. Trains run by Chicago time. Jeixa Rocth. Stations. J adj a. Expos Angola Aro mail Saginaw. Lansing. . Detroit. Jackson. Jonesville. Beakers. Heading. Angula. Waterloo. Auba in Jane. Port Wayne. Indianapolis. Luau Vine. A Louis. Cincinnati. 7 40 a tora 44 Ara 44 tora 44 12 40 i m 1 46 44 9 02 44 2 15 44 Ira 44 8 4 44 3 59 44 4 60 44 10 50 in 8 80 am 8 10 lira am r.30 to in a 9 08 a a 8 40 44 Ara 4 10 45 44 orate it 7 56 �?T4 8 14 44 8 29 44 9 30 44 10 17 44 10 36 44 11 30 44 6 40 in 11 10 4 Moo am tora to a Ouk Mottu. A. Jack a Statema. Sex pres . 1 mus. 7 ton Jun to. 7 30 am. A a a a a a a Louisville. Era in a a a a a a Indian aporia. 8a6 am a. Fort Wayne. 10 86 444 95 pm Auburn lira 44i Era 44 Waterloo. 11 44 44 6 31 44 angola.�?12 45 pm Roo am 6 15 44 Reading. 1 46 44 7 in a a 7 34 �?~4 Haak cry a. A-02w 7 22 44 7 48 44 Joo Estule. 2 20 44 7ra 44 new 44 Jackson. 3 88 44 Ara 44 9 20 44 Detroit. 6 25 44 Lyra Neara am Urand rapids a. 10 15 44 Era 44 Era 44 Lotf Iong. Ora 44saginaw. Silo 44farther est. See particulars in another column. Daring the storm on Friday the 14th, while or. Walworth East of this City and his Mon were carrying shocks of wheat together to protect them from the rain a Flash of lightning struck one Shock burning it up or. A. F. Excellent. In the evening there were added to the choir or. H. R. Stoughton of Soprano miss Strong hinging contralto with miss Alice styles. Prof. Crouthers was added to the Bass Aud col. H. R. Stoughton to the or. Blakely playing Tenor Horn or. Goo. Robinson the e Flat Cornet and or. Seymour Whaley a Bass Boro. The Fowler of this City and others at music was composed for the occasion work in the Field were Only a few rods from the burning Aii Ock which was All ablaze in a instant. Christy Mansfield of the firm of Allen a Mansfield rent estate Aud insurance agent of tin City leaves with his family to Morrow on an extended pie Ahu re trip of two or three weeks through the Northern part of this state. Bay City Saginaw Farwell and St Logia Are among the objective Points. They will remain several Days at St. To by prof. Crouthers. The musical i or rises called out a full House. There arc threshers already running in the wheat Fields. Or. C. M. Barry of this place Deputy sheriff arrested Here on Tho 14th. Inst. Joe Smith charged with the larceny of wheat Aud Wool at Wasson Ohio. Smith is said to be a notorious horse thief. He said he bail been arrested for Bouse larceny several times but nothing had been made against him. He thought that they had an the Louis ii order to try the Efficacy of j Loafer any a the dead Wood on him the celebrated Mineral Spring at that this time. Plate. Jimmy Mocq Lennon thera is occasionally a Field of Corn Tasse led. Home. An interesting Aud Active youth on whom his Parent has bestowed much attention Especial a by when taken with spasm of throwing i Loose articles front the House prom is j a noisily was taken to jail saturday for throwing to it and on the family dinner j Aud throwing the currant Jelly and other eatables out door. Jimmy will i hereafter Dine at Tho Reform school where he will throw Jelly no More. The Greenback club of this City held a meeting at the court House Friday evening last. Till meeting wee called to order by the president of the club re. L b. Card. John Mcdonough first addressed the club in a Brief but Earnest manner denouncing the action of both Cincinnati and St. Louis conventions and their nominees especially Tilden and the democratic one year ago last Spring through j platform As fraud Aud deception. He Pomeroy of it waa 4iaty of the club to sup the Courtesy of e. A Litchfield cant. J. L. Friable of this City became the Poh Chhor of a swarm of bees. As a result of the progeny of that swarm the Cash. Now rejoices in Tho Poshe Tsiou of an Apiary containing fourteen Good Strong colonies. This is a wonderful increase and if any one has been More successful let them Send in their figures. Cash f. Works among his bees Aud handles them with almost Aarn neb impunity As they were so Many flies. Emancipation Day half the coloured people of the state of Michigan will celebrate emancipation Day Angust int at Ypsilanti. Tile Detroit Hillsdale amp. Mouth Western Railroad will carry passengers to up j Buchanan a administration or previous Ailanti on that Day at half fare �1.85 to that time. Port and vote for Peter Cooper for president the nominee of the Indiana Polik convention. A or. Mcdonough a followed by or. Parkhurst a prominent Democrat and an Active member of the club who Torii a different View of the subject. After charging non the Republican party All the Ain and wickedness brought to Light since the world began he argued that it was the duty of the nub to support Sod vote for Tilden and the democratic ticket notwithstanding Tilden and his party platform waa opposed to the vital principle of the club. Like All other democratic orators or. Parkhurst during his remark not once referred to an of the democratic party during All train Colly cacti sunday. Juji Sfez Road. At Job vim Witt inks snore a Mac Mia Souther urn by a Vav us Pic of Hinsdale a Sidlo amp a Railroad. At Watari a Witt Lake men a me klan southers airline. At Assam Janettas wok Detroit eel Alvar i Linnet my Baltimora. A rays i p. In. Loomis frat mad Oran hts s. We. Hooper. Ora. I tie a a a kor Akra Prana i. That Way Jackson k bag Haw Railroad make the following rate of Lac to Philadelphia Sod now York and ret Ara Bov Jonesville to Fhil Smuhl Tad be mint til a for the round trip return. Angust 2d. Tickets Good to at the Centennial Mexico shows a solid piece of Silver weighing 4,002 i Bathe prod fact of 272 tons of oar. The Madrid Senate has approved of the Budge and Congress passed a bid suppressing the fixer of in Biscay. Massachusetts will soon exhibit at the ten Nisi a jaw Bone 16 frat Long supposed to have belonged to an i Durance agent owl m a a Tildora am ret form spotter. Over 1,500,000 people have visited the Centennial sea a Matilt they the attendance is said to be three times what it was three weeks ago. Marsh Mills about Nineteen years of age was drowned to grand River at Ionia a biter hulking on both Dey a acing his body was recovered sunday morning. A is. Or. N. B. Jones Baa been elected m pvt Effi Ute Gimlet Tiht Rev. Or. Card the president made a inure conciliatory argument. While he favored handing the club Over to the Demoor Ray and the rapport of Tilden he favor d keeping up the organization during the Eam Mugo a inc i As to say if Tilden Aud Hendrick s can afford to ride two horses for the Salve Tion of the Democrat party a should i not i Dane to make the attempt. I remarks were a the interests of the Democrat party. Before the Clos of the meeting a Resolution was presented by. Or. To. A to ugh that it was the duty of the Ciao to support Peter Cooper for president and to see that state and county nominees an the paler Cooper platform were presented to the people for their to Arage. Tira a striation was adopted almost Anam measly. Oar Rara port or Saya the meeting wee Small one taut Murt Twenty sad one third of that ilk Ham Elf of Michigan so a state into the Union in january 1837. During the first ten a it Ara following Tho declaration of Independence no mention a made of oar immediate locality but on the 13th Day of july 1787, an ordinance for the government of the territory of Tho United states Northwest of the River Ohio was passed in Congress. In Congress aug. 7, 1789, in was passed regulating the Intercourse ii tween the territorial officers and the general government. In Congress. May 8, 1792, an aet conferring additional Powers upon territorial officers was passed. In Congress. Jan. La 1806, an to Divide the India territory into two separate governments was passed this set off from the other Indian territory the land North of the Southern extremity of Lake Michigan Aud lying Between Lake Michigan and Lake Erie and extending North to the Northern Boundary of the United states into a separate territory and called it Michigan with the seat of government at Detroit. Settlements of the territory of Michigan Progre cd slowly for May years an unfavourable impression that Tho country was swampy and unfit for cultivation prevailed to a Large extent. At Ute Date of the admission of Michigan to the Union As a state the population did not exceed according the u. S. Census 40,000, and among them was Rowland Bird and family of Ransom the first and Only White inhabitant of this town. Pm bid fifth extends from january 1837, the Date of the admission of Michigan into the Union until july 4, a. 1876. With the present period of our history commenced Active operation in the battlement of Ransom. Rowland Bird a native of Massachusetts who had previously lived in Wayne county new York in the year 1832, in october moved into Michigan and located in the town of Sylvania now in the state of Ohio. From Sylvania he came to Ransom where he arrived March 8, 1866. With Bim came his wife and seven children four daughters and three son also a Young Man by the name of Leender cab Dee As a Man of All All work what his wages were or for what be served the Only record we have is that four years after to-wit., March 1840, be took to wife Louiuda Bird and no doubt considered himself amply repaid for All the privations and hardships he had endured. For one or two years or. Birds Fain j Iris Only neighbors were the wild animals with which the forests abounded and an occasional traveler in search of a location to Settle. The next family in two was Orrin Cobbs on the West town line he was soon followed by a Onul it or of families and in the Spring of 1840 the inhabitants of the town numbered about one Hundred and measures were taken to organize the town. On the sixth Day of Airn 1840. An ejection of township officers a held at the House of Alexander bbl me a on Tum f oar i town eight South of Range two West Sod the town was named Rowland and included town eight and fraction nine running South to the state line. The township record far malt the fid lowing particulars. Inspectors of election Rowland Bird Orio Cobb Rufus Rath non and Joseph Howe. Clerk Thomas Burt. Number of votes polled was eighteen. For supervisor Leander is ride received 18. For town clerk Israel s. Hodges received 18. For treasurer Rowland Bird received 18. For As assessor Matthew Armstrong. Rowland Bird Rad Grin Cobb received each 18. For Collet t it a Alexandra Palmer received 18. For school inspectors Matthew Armstrong Israel s. Hodges and James la. Babcock received 18. For director of the poor. Joseph Rowe Rad will ism Phillips of Oei Ved each 18 Voles. of highways James h. Babcock Alexander Palmer and Henry Cornell received 18. For Justice of the peace Rowland Bird James h. Babcock Matthew Armstrong and nstewra�?Tlmhmser1 Tolmer to now living i s. Nelson Doty of Ransom. Aud her uniter in Sylvania Ohio. I he spiritual wants of the inhabitants of Ransom have not wholly been neglected churches have been organized meeting houses built and the gospel brought within the reach of All the inhabitants. There Are five meeting houses in town the first congregational erected in 1855 Tho next the methodist episcopal the seventh Day i adverts have a House Aud the United Brethren have two houses in town with arrangement mud for Bai Diug a third. There is no place in town w Here intoxicating liquor Aro sold by a beverage and never bos been except it was sold clandestinely. The first Church organization a Tho congregational Church organized May 19, 1848. In this i tory it trill be impossible to specify year by year the improvements mail or the increase of population but by a comparison of the present with forty years ago we shall arrive at the fact in the Case. In 1836, forty years ago Ransom was an unbroken Forest not one acre of cleared land but All heavy Timber. Of the 19,185 acres of land in Ransom 12,074 acres Are improved 2,111 acre Aru included in the highways and partial improvements Ami 5,000 acres Are Wood. The improvements including highways average nine acres to every inhabitant of Tho town. Forty years ago people travelling in Ransom with a team had to Cut and Clear a Road to Day there Are in Ransom seventy Miles of Highway occupying 560 acres of land. The inhabitants of Ransom have invested in their highways a capital of �70,4011, and Are expending annually 82,000 in repairing their highways r it is no i part of this history to state whether i the roads Are As Good a the investment ought to furnish forty years ago there was not a Rad of Fence in Ransom to Day there Are 420 Miles of Fence at 50 cent a Rod is 8160 a mile making 867,200, the Cost of fences not including any repairs. Forty years ago there was one dwelling House in Ransom to Day there Are 341 then there was one family today there Are 346 then there were ten inhabitants in town latest statistics give us 1,539. The census of 1874 furnish us with item3 of interest some of which we will record. In 1873 1,962 Seres of wheat were harvested in Ransom yielding 24,871 bushels 13 bushels per acre 1,852 acres of Coni were harvested Gealding 99,660 bushels of ears 54 bushels an Aero. In 1874 there were 522 acres of apply Orchards in Ransom sheep 1,848 hog 1,138 horses 577 mules 5 oxen 46 cow 886 Wool sheared in 1873, 16,079 lbs pork sold 183,504 lbs cheese made 49,882 tis butter made 80,580 lbs. In comparing the productions of Ransom in 187s with the productions of Hillsdale county in 1840, we have the following result in 1840 Hilldale county produced 80,250 bushels of wheal Ransom in 1873 produced 24,871 Bush of wha in 1840 the county produced 82,757 bushels of Corn Ransom in 1873 Pip laced 99,660 bushels of com. Tri Dairy product of Hillsdale county in 1840 was Worth $5,626 the Dairy product of 11 Hiram in 1873wha $21,152,75. The earlier settlers were All on an equal footing All lived in log houses All a hoped and cleared land All shot wild animals All had their axe and Gnu the strife among them was who should make the largest Clearing. It is said that history repeats itself and i Hull state the situation correctly if i quote foam sacred history a a Man Sam famous according a to had lifted up his axe against the thick Ransom abounded in men of Fame. It is within Tho recollection of to grown a up boys Aud girls to Day who had the i first Carlet on their Fly it or who had the a first framed Boose who bad the Fin i Boggy who had the first mowing machine the first sawing machine or the i first Melodeon. But not oho of them eau Tell How Many of thebe articles there Are in town to Day for they have ceased numbering them. Bra Early Days were not without their recreations. Raisings Login a Huskings Aud quilting were recreations and the fiddle the Only in Wai eel instrument in Tow waa available in every House a Coragio required. When they got married some paid the Justice in Money some in work some got trusted and some paid a Broom. The genious of our people was always equal to All emergencies Many a family Haw wintered in hone without a door or window or lower floor the Way they managed they put the move Aud bed i the Cham bet and lived of i Barf. The Bear Aud Wolf Wen Krai from Ute door in the Day tins with the moved his family into Bia new House Aud for the want of lower floor door Aud windows he lived up stairs the first Winter. Death by Accident has occurred in go a number of instances. In 1851 or. Feathery was killed by a falling limb while in the Wood cast of Danforth Bugbee Corners. In 1860 or. Joles a killed by lightening not far from that time old or. Biddie was killed while falling a tree in the Southwest part of the town. A Young Man by the name of Ward waa killed by falling out a pitch Fork in the South part of the town. The explosion of a steam killer in a saw Mill on the farm of Charles Burt in the Southeast part of the town in 1872 killed four Aud injured a number of others. In the Northeast part of the town violent death by Pic wed its ted violence occurred feb. 6th, 1876 Horace a. Burnett was the victim Jacob Stevick the criminal. The great event the one that Moat effected Ransom of any that Ever occurred was the rebellion. Ransom with a population in 1860 of 1,159, and with possibly 600 liable to military duty furnished for the army daring the War for the preservation of the Union one Hundred and forty three 143. These one Hundred and forty three men in the language of Jeptia a put their lives in their hands and passed Over against the forty of this number Laid Down their lives for their country. Many of them Lay in far off and unknown Graves. In the fourth Michigan infantry the first regiment that went from this Vicinity enlisted As three month men and which took part in the first Bull run five went from this town their names were James annoy Riley Ainsworth Hiram Williams and Avery Randall. April 15, 18g1, the Day the Call was made for 75,000 men James Tenney was in Hillsdale from Ransom and enlisted. April in Riley Ainsworth him l. Hartson Ira Williams and Avery i Odell enlisted being the ant from Ransom. Of this number Hiram Hartson Only came Back the others died in the service of the country. Eleven Yean Hare passed away the great openings made by the War Are closed up and we have almost forgotten that there was a Wax Bat for tile record kept by our War supervisor the late Warren should have had no account of Many of ransoms citizens who went into the War. We have no data from which we can ascertain the Narn Ber of births or deaths that have occurred in Ransom since the settlement of the town hat from statistics taken of late year we learn that one birth occurs to every thirty Cne inhabitants and that one death occurs to every seventy inhabitants annually. How Many Trees were planted on the fifteenth of april last in response to the proclamation of governor Bagley i am not Able to state but that May Trees were planted in that Day is part of this history. On this one Hundredth anniversary of our nations existence while Uncle Samuel with representatives of All the of this nation Rad with invited from every nation on the Earth no a Celebration at the old in Philadelphia in the very his existence began or in a age of another a whore he is Bolding his second Golden wedding at the old Homes ted a we in Ransom Are celebrating the Fortieth Anni Valuary since the settlement of Ransom Ana the Fortieth anniversary since the admission of Michigan into the Union or in other words Ai celebrating our a Woolen wedding. When i shall have recorded the programme of the proceedings of this Day my work a historian will be hoi bed. C club nation in Hama Cut 4, 1876. All Good citizens of Hillsdale City town county Are invited to go. All who might coaids would should ought to must or Woald Liko to go. Tickets limited a umber round trip $1.50 children . Every ticket insures a scat. No cars Over crowded. No More oars in train than can go right along after the engine and baggage car go along go Lang Purchase tickets Early this week. First come first go. Tardy ones will need to take a second train if they go at All. Some May come at the eleventh hour but they cannot get aboard of the eleventh car because there will not be so Many As eleven put into the train. You May go very cheap and Quick too this time if you go. Parties of sniff in but number who would like to go in company May have a special ear assigned Thorn by request. Concerning refreshments. One feature of this excursion will be a big Basket Pic Nic. Fill the Basket night before with bread enough and to spare Moat meet for the excursion and some to mete out crackers cheese j pickles Ripe fruit food substantial Aud Good and a very Little cake if you like it As much As you like. Lunches May be served on the cars on the bout or on one of the islands in the River if the excursion lists to pleased to Laud a concerning Detroit. Detroit is about a Hundred Miles from Hillsdale. Detroit is the biggest City in Michigan. There Are More than a people in Detroit. The governor of the state of Michigan and the Bishop of the diocese of Michigan both live in Detroit when they Are at Home. They Are both very Gre at men but this excursion will doubtless a Large eur ugh to reach around them. Detroit is called the City of the Straits and it is a straight City. Very few cities in America Aro larger than Detroit. Takera Are two routes to go from Hillsdale to Detroit. This excursion is to by Way of Ypsilanti. There Are Many Fine Public buildings and Sweet Homes in Detroit. An excursion to Detroit will be just like going Home when we come Back. Nice Street cars drawn by horses go Shoat in the City of Detroit on Jefferson Avenue East towards Lake by. Clair on Woodward Avenue North towards the North pole on fort Street West to it. Wayne and on some other streets and avenues. You eau ride out for five cents and Back for five cents five cents every time you ride except to the fort and that is a Little More than five cents. You Are not obliged to ride. Yen can walk or run or stay where you Are. A Man is Only obliged to be Aud sometimes to be obliged in Detroit or anywhere or any other Man. Concerning the Detroit River. The Detroit River or Strait is on of the largest and prettiest streams in America. It is about a mile wide Ami runs nearly West As it passes the City. It runs slow and sure Aud not so in of but that you eau catch it if you fall into it. Detroit River is Cue of the Boundary lines Between the United states of America and great Britain Between Uncle Sam and John Bull Between the american Eagle Aud brits ii lion Between the fourth of july and the tax on Tea. The River was there a Hundred years ago and More. Only a Small part of the City was there a Hundred years ago but a great Deal More of it is there now. Large and very Nice steam ferry boats Are crossing the River Between Detroit and Winsor very frequently daring the Day. Windsor is a City in Cai and a. Opposite Detroit and is about Tho size of Hillsdale. One of those ferry boats is sex b ted to be at the Michigan Central dread Dock when this excursion arrives and take whoever will go Whithersoever they will go up or Down the River or both up and Down or Down and up for two or three hours. Yon can sit of in open deck roofed Over and see every by and see everything in sight. Those steamboats carry Hundred of people a easily As a Duck carries her feathers. Concerning the weather and tue Moon. Sometime it Rains on excursion Days. It is quite pleasant to ride on the cars when it Rains. The rain settles tile dust. If Yon Jike to have it rain on excursion Days it May nor rain on this excursion Day. If it Rains at Hillsdale that will not certify that it Rains at Detroit at the same time. There will be no postponement of this excursion on account of the weather unless it be such is to scar the Iron horse when you hear him snort Sharp look out and stay in. The Moon will be waxing bigger and bigger on the evening of the seeped Day of Angust. It will Shine that evening until after Midnight. The Moon is a very Nice Whitig for excursions. The Moon shone where the Detroit Riv or is doubtless before the River was there. Bat this excursion was there to see. Its almost a Good to think of an Exen Sion As it is to Fri that is if Yon think Yon or going when the next another of this paper is published it Wili a very Ute to buy tickets and very near time to go. For any farther information inquire at the masonic Hall drug store. It Yon cannot find out what you wan get a ticket and but of lc1teab Rem Ai Niue uncalled for in the office in thin City no to Date. Hillsdale Mich., july 25,1876. Bara Bart. Henry re int Helen j barns mrs. Netts Smith. Or Arian Boyle. John Snyder. Mina Amis Dawson. Mra. Laity a Stafford. Or. O. A. Al Drljic. Or. Carne Turner j. R. King. Mrs. Hajj e. Whitney. Mrs. Mary la. E. M. Willson. Tho. E. Randolph. Mrs. Viola persons calling for the above will please say e. Van Valkenburgh p. M. Mew reek a nails. _ hew your. A in a code reported Dull Lull Lief raid. 2��g Upland. Floor la reported to Datra Dull Sud pries have somewhat Teflos a. Seipt bbl ii. 9.000 bbl is of fir �?ojks4.w a far Kwh of fit Mon Winter red Western. Rya a it Corm ?u�vrre7>lpt4, 21 000 Quot mss 41.009 is for Western mixed. Barley no Mill Oats Are reported today is doll receipts 79 000 in Mies 48.000 to �5#38e for mixed Western and state s9#44c for White a pork is reported heavy at 80 00 for in beef is Bill sugar quiet. Wool steady. A nest Ara special notices. A the feb Atoe look sold Lams Mumm without on fail ass of to to to Snow to Whitac petites irate a a a wept the a sad Era mrs a Mes Tea to fes Trad by it vacs a g Aux a Nae Ara irate. A pan aply. _ diet on saturday late a pair of spectacle in a Case. On Bacon Tercel or Ferris Tercel. A the Ander will Confer a favor by leaving them at the Standard office. July 24th, 1876. For silk cheap. Tile entire furnishing of the Houe now occupied by Janie Foote consist sufi of the following articles Feather cd an t mat tresses. Bedsteads. Chamber sett. Dre Riog Bureau. Solas sofa chairs crockery Aud Glass Ware and Many other useful articles. Now is your time to buy cheap. Jambs foots. Hinsdale. July 17. 1876. A ii off Garia a is i n a ted i asst and a to Baggie to la change or i the undersigned will Trade open or top Birri or carriages either new or second hand. For livery or draught apply to the Auh Scriber at his livery stable. B Kenton. Hillsdale 17, 1s76. �?�78.00 per we it. Agouti wanted in every town i i the untied states special a cd it Ieon a s to canvassers. Send for circular giving full information. Address. La Ever y s. Stebbins Toledo o. Piano size Melodeon for a Cheep. The subscriber has a Plano size Melodeon. Which he will dispose of very cheap. Enquire at the Standard office of in a Bryant. Hillsdale july of. To the ladies. The engr mods wattage of grate a Trio Terr it it let of a oat by saved tar in it Uphill \ of my of Mhz Poy Alf cd Pema Iff . Flax Timo by. ilk my Ca mull it Kex a a a w . Oata a of an Priess or is for m urls droned by t no a tone it it a Ali in the wet Chain of 175, a Frere Lully Tbs Only machine the to cored or conomy. Dot Ute Boz Sugii a if am other utterly jaded. All Grain. Time and Monet a to i amp Ujj such est Yeii Kumh apr vote a pickers a tee., Ere to unruly dip tuned wasting me Fra Idlebi jjnhhb$0l Oue beef Tho amid owl Btu boxes Mil Fra eerie uie Degoti rare durable Light running a we by r a pairs no duet no a a littering a la Cima Raj a Al troubled by Advent Vine rain or Sterne. Farmers end Quain raisers wha Ara aaa in the Largo saving nude by it will a at malay late riot and wasteful machine. Bat win Tori we mde improved thresh or doing their work. Of de sizes Rad for a. To to Ani is mama Power. Also a specially or or Sutra taiga a end Mode ?.csslv Roa Straw Dowie. Two styles of Roess Powers Rte aaa feta a roved a triple goer a end oar a spar tar in any style both a a mounted too for wheel if interested la threshing a grata a mate. In ply to oar nearest Dernier a write Tami or do Moa Sod circular event free firing Fri a Rolita of ate my toe prices terms Etc. Nichols Shepard s cd Battle Crk. Kub Centennial boots and shoes. Millinery goods at reduced prices. I will veil my Stock of sum Mer millinery Good hate. Ribbon Flower �fcc., at a oat at my millinery room Over Budd jewelry store opposite court Houe. In. J. B. Webster Hillsdale june 27, 1876. Threshing machine. Foe male Cix Cap. A the rewiring Mac Niue known a the sweepstake.-. by Upton. Brown do co., of Battle Creek which i a sufficient guarantee of the work which said machine will perform. For particular enquire of s. Gillet in the regi Teer a office Hillsdale. So trouble to show goods at Sheldon. No in representation allowed. The Bete Good for the Money and the nicest fits in the world Given to All that will give us a Call at the sign of the big Boot. Hillsdale special announcement. The attention of hts Public is respectful a invited to the special inducements we Are prepared to offer to All in want of strictly pure id Relia in drug medicines chemicals. A. Our Stock is now Complete Iii All that properly belong to a first Cia drug store. Our purchases have been made with special reference to strict put try and reliability Aud that our Stock should lie fresh and genuine. We have always regarded it the Gist pm it Ortance to i get assured Tytti. Our Drumtra and medial were tic Vand Coes Tim. Pure Aud ire nine. No imitation Adit crated or impure drugs kept for Dale. Customers Ca therefore rely upon procuring Pate and reliable Medicine. Special Low prices in Palutz. Oils varnishes dec., ail of which Are of pure and reliable Quality. Windowpane a a specially ail Kijuu in Block and Price the very lowest. Drug sundries. Our Stork of Broshe. Combs. Perfume. Toilet articles ac., embraces both foreign Aud Domestic inanity Aeter amp the Steak la vary Large and prices win be satisfactory to All who wish reliable Good. Soaps soaps soaps the Large flooding of the country with cheap Aud impure soap justifies our calling your special attention to our line of pure toilet soup. They will be found More a a a a a Nom local and satisfactory As Well As. ,.tory to the skin than the cheap Dulced of it. co lob an d aft Stoppa. A full Stock of the very Best Quality pare and warranted to give satisfaction. R. Curtis feb29 Hillsdale. Mica. Qufjyenhehn�?T8 building. We have just opened a Lac and Complete Stock of the purest wines brandies whiskies gins ac., dome tic Aud imported for Fani by and medical use. Ai goods warranted free fro a impurities. Waukegan ale and Perter on draught. Also Best brands of import.? it it. A Erre Etic i or a to. T Law Ltd Foo in i r ton. E. T. W in Lac a Juno of. Rte tors. Markets. Corrected every monday by emus a notion. Dealer i Croce rules und provisions. Hillsdale. Jay. Iii Sim 7 a a # a of flour White wheat. Flour Rod wheat. We eat old White. Wheat. New White. We Kat red. To lit. A Ltd of. Buce wheat. Oath. A. A. A. no Eueda. Not g35sk&Quot- Timothy Sekil. Clover seed. Beans. Pot atom we of. Ujj it Al. Jiff. I i Abl aboard. Aud Iron in aide a tin Ems us Guy Fasma by aired is Bisk v Joseph r night by drawls Tbs ladder Laid the a or Aram la Ira air. Jwj Borneo of fest rat i urn web aaa is til la disc president of the Day Napoleon Clark. _ vice president a William h. It. Pettit Russom c. lace of Jefferson Dirward Carroll of Pittsford George Likely and Leonidas Hubbard of Wright William Drake of Amboy Peter Hewitt of Woodbridge. Field Marshall Rickard Hart. Ground Marshall to. C. Baker. Chaplain bar. Or. Bitont. Beader of the Deal a ration Alfred Hart. Oratory Ber. A. Id. Historian Hammel b. Brown. Marie by marshal band from Pioneer. A a procession to form and Marsh to Tho Grove at Tea o Loek a. Rn., after literary exercises i Streak meets the afternoon to a dec Tad to various Sparta in the est Ling grand Wreh Light peo Ara works. Tbs Aith to Tate it Kwh s. A Man named he Nick died sunstroke la. Grand. Tigers were eighty oases of at Buchanan week before Leat. From potatoes a cd a. Pork. you pork. Live. Mutter Oree. apples. I Oso i to i of aaa so Eta Talt to a so in 40 of so a is in of i 9 of ays i of Ira to Aorl i to 7 Dojk soft oots ii to in is a Mosquito smudge nearly burned a no the Boose of or. W. A Edsil Iff Deerfield on the evening of the loth a Charlotte nun claim this a be Sam to have killed 26,009 potato bugs on a Patch of potatoes to rods Square. James Mcqueen eat 75 dozen handle of wheat with a Cradle in half a Day last week on Fred Wellman s farm in Meridian. Who Haas done Hefter a. 7� 2 of hied ffbacmk.#?#/ hair Chi rent urn j w Green Hitty. A Calp Iii Dena i a a laity and hard to it Han let a it the prices Psi if the cold Wrath a Tho pen two Days condone bettor prig Vutz he expected. Ass run poor a they Quot alway do this season of Lim year steady at Llu quote Saaf paid by re tatter in a few in marrow. Monitor Oil stove an entirely new invention Eon err eted on scientific grind pies and hat been treated in the meat thorough manner. It Marks a new Era in cooking. It la Gubatan tally Oronat Rustad of oat and Russia Iron. To. Solder to molts to tin to rust out and leak it will la8t a lifetime apply to Hatzic Johnson agent for hot Radata july so 1974. Houghtby mouse cml brim malls Hui als ce., Oro. R. Mooi the Horas is est truly raw Wick raw feral tar throughout affording arte class nuts Davous for the travelling Public. Cosabo Loo Sample rooms for travelling agents. September a 1875 Cabada Southern by. Comm Iii men�?m�?11 wifi. Of coarse wish to see att the Rishi so forcibly sad cheaply. To this sad fee commit Nissl Sra by Grayy has Brill a Conroe tons la the West sad Northwest swoon Tole a Large dumber at Tea rises excursion to Ken at greatly reduced rates by which a tenters Era not in for visit the Centennial exhibition at Philadelphia but can in and dins. Vic aes. Arith As open of rite great number of i it the Pilate a Eastern cities with a or Airai Luj of stopping at and at or resort in new Torii it Lott. Bort. Be Little si1�?� lathe. Fix a Kraft r Evvi Rind of oar Histo. Bill b Bakowe that. Known. Ktut bpm Rio Tel of. The St Johns Bee Bolieau rays Tbs or. I a Bell of that Pion j killed s Bine race five feet Keg Atar Ber amp Ltd a a j la. I souk a hip we red i j a a. Jiff dragon iks a Santa. I a a a and easy l sch Arm extra w milling no i. 105c, no. I safer i it to Day. 812 Bead. Making fur tips week far 10.29� Bead. In Rabi were head. Making the total Supply for the week twas to Tai Heads no arrival to Camarin southers is hts Soly Bra Tram of West run tog directly to Niagara foils Girth Poteet is from Tbs train a wonderful Para sesters ass mkt amp ass a Sto Uro Kris it a if rail of me heavies a Era the a Arass is or grades Wood is a Aero flt or Ca i Conche Are famished Walt the i in. In Vera tor ensuring perfect Freedom i uate. Wits its Complete system of Mogul Quot a a Palter risks chg Mara a Rawisz i Rara Ems Froes Chica a do trait mss Vierig Aud is admin of your Chi amp naut a mrs phils Rolf so with toe flew Vork Tea a Sari Kris a a Naif a Sot h a a teat Boeotia the it unite hmm to be a write i a of adj infer. 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