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Sedgwick Dean has returned from New York city. P. G. Suekey arrived in Antwerp, Germany, last Tuesday. Prof. C. M. Gayley has returned to Berkeley, California. Aid. George Allmendinger and wife are visiting in Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Schairer have been visiting in Philadelphia. Aid. Ernest Rehberg is spending the weekin Detroit and Mt.Clemens. Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner have returned from Wequetonsing. Mrs. T. W. Mingay and daughter have returned from Toronto, Ontario . Aid. A. P. Ferguson has been at the Tri-State fair, in Toledo, this week. Geo. Effner, of Lansing, spent Sunday in this city, visiting his mother. Prosecuting Attorney H. Wirt Newkirk, of Luther, was in the city Tuesday. Alderman A. H. Fillmore and wife left Wednesday morning for Mackinac. Miss Jennie Mclntyre and Miss Gertrude Clancy are visiting in Grand Rapids. Mr. A. L. Noble left yesterday for fhe east to purchase a line of fall and winter clothing. Mrs. Dr. Wood has returned from Monroe, where she was called to attend the funeral of her father. Prof. M. Breed, of Oberlin College, who has been visiting in the city, returns to Oberlin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller, of Saginaw, have been spending a few days with their sister, ( Mrs. David Rinsey. Mrs. E. B. Griffith, of Jackson, on her return from Europe, has been visiting Mrs. Stephen Mills, of Pittsfield. President AngelĂ­ is expected home within a few days. James R. AngelĂ­ left Wednesday to meet him in New York City. Fred Brown, the Main street restaurateur, is spending the week at the Oakland, Mt. Clemens, for the benefit of his health. Chas. F. Dietas, an employee of thefirm of Gulley, Bornmann&Co., Detroit, visited his parents in this city, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Michael Brenner returned from Minnesota last Thursday and is greeting many friends in the city, and he has very many of them to greet. Miss Dean, of E. Liberty street, is recovering from a long and serious illness at Old Mission, where she went for her health soon after Commencement. Miss Carrie Benedict, of Detroit, who returned from convent life at St. Mary's, Indiana, on account of ill health, is visiting her cousin, Alice O'Keefe. Mrs. W. G. Doty and son Ralph returned Friday evening from Denver, Colorado, where Mrs. Doty had spent several pleasant weeks with her sister, Mrs. Judge Goddard. F. E. Mills, of Pittsfield, the superintendent of the Washtenaw county fair, left Wednesday evening for Lansing where he acts as one of the judgesin the live stock department. Mrs. C. G. Liddell expects to leave next week for her new home in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Liddell, who has been there since last April, has charge of the soap manufacturing department of William Waltkey & Son. Mr. Edmond Clancy returned from Grand Rapids last Friday. Mr. Clancy's mission had no political significance. Heisnot acandidate for any office but says he would like to be United States treasurer for just one hour.