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Mrs. B. F. Watts is visiting in Milan. A. J. Warren, of the Saline Observer, was in the city Saturday. Hon. Fred. A. Maynard, of Grand Rapids, was in the city, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Whedo.n, of Boston, are visiting their relatives in the city. Samuel Krause has returned from a trip through Nebraska and Colorado. Richard Kearns, chief clerk of the State Ljind Office, visitedhis parents over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Frueauff have been spending several days in Saginaw and Bay City. Hon. Joseph T. Jacobs is attending a meeting of the board of Indian Commissioners, in Washington. Judge Thomas M. Cooley, chairman of the inter-state commerce commission, is at home enjoying needed rest. Mr. S. Langsdorf was in Detroit Sunday, visiting his mother and sister, from St. Louis. They returned to Ann Arbor with him. J. R. Miner, C. E. Hiscock, W. W. Watts, Z. Roath, J. R. Bach, R. H. Cuthbert, E. H. Eberbach have just returned from Zukey Lake. Prof. E. F. Lohr, of South Bend, Ind., expects to be home in a few weeks, and will probablyaccompany Prof. Belser on his trip to Colorado. Miss Mary Hagenberg, Miss Matie Schlenker, and Mr. Mathias, of Toledo, will attend the Boston Symphony concert this evening, and will be guests of Mr. Philip Lohr and family. Mrs. S. L. Williams urges the ladies of Ann Arbor and vicinity to examine specimens of fine art needie work at No. 20 East Ann St., May 4th, 1891.