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Michigan

Jackson

Mr. O'Donnell was elected city recorder in------, and mayor in 1876-7. Eugene Pringle became a member of the law firm of Kimball & Prin-gle in 1850, immediately after making his home in Jackson. In 1852 he was circuit court commissioner, and was recorder of the village in 185-. In 1856 he was elected prosecuting attorney, and was re-elected in 1858, and was city attorney in 1858-9, In 1860 he was elected to the house of representatives, and in 1866 to the senate of the Michigan legislature. In 1867 he was a member of the state constitutional convention, and in 1871 he was appointed a register in bankruptcy, and is 3till active as such. Mr. Pringle was a member of the board of public works from 1871 to 1875. He has been active in all the railroad enterprises in which Jackson has been interested, and is now secretary of the Fort Wayne,. Jackson and Saginaw Railroad, which office he has held since the organization of the company.

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