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year for the employment of teachers, and above 75,000 for their school expenses. There are in the county aboat 15,000 school children at the proper age to go to school. The total value of school property amounts to a trifle more than $450,000. The school houses of the county are its pride, combining comfort and taste. In point of architecture they are much in advance of those even twenty years in the past. The High School of your city is a splendid piece of architecture, reflecting great credit upon all concerned in its design and erection. Judge Rex, Judge Parsons and John Brinkerhoff are entitled to universal thanks from the citizens for their zeal, activity, taste and their untiring enterprise in securing such an imposing structure embodying as it does all the modern improvements. But I must not forget to mention something about Courts and Court Houses. The Historian of Wayne county has informed us that the first court was held





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