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F. Schmid was at Jackson, Tues day. A. D. Seyler went to Detroit, Tuesday. Dr. S. A. Jones was at Dundee, Monday. County Clerk Brown was in Jackson, yesterday. E. H. Scott returned from St. Clair flats Friday. A. L. Noble returned from New York last Friday. Hon. E. P. Harper was in the city, Wednesday. J. T. Jacobs visitedhis son Charles n Detroit, Tuesday. Theodore Huss, of Cleveland, is visiting relatives here. Miss Gussie James went to Indianapolis, Ind. , Monday. M. C. LeBeau, of Detroit, has been in the city this week. Dr. J. C, Wood was called to Saginaw in a surgical case, Tuesday. Chas. S. Millen and wife leave today for a week's stay in Chicago. Miss Mary Gallacrher, of unna, is visiting Mrs. C. L. Tuomy. Prof. C. W. Belser returned from a trip to Colorado, Saturday night. Fr. Fierle, of Ionia, spent a couple of days with Fr. Kelly this week. Miss DaisyTruesdell has returned from a trip to Battle Creek and Kalamazoo. Judge Dennison, of Leadville, Col., was the guest of Mayor Doty, this week. J. L. Babcock returned the letter part of last week from the Tri-State fair in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gasser returned Monday from a trip in northern Ohio. George Snow, of the Register, left last evening for Winona, Minn., to visit his parents. Herman Easton, formerly with J. T. Jacobs & Co., is now clerking for Bach, Abel Si Co. Prof. and Mrs. F. M. Hamilton, of Bucyrus, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Conover, of Fifth avenue. Mrs. B. J. Corbin, of Dundee, who has been here for medical treatment, returned home Monday. . Railroad Commissioner Whitman spent several days this week at Lansing attending to official business. Mrs. G. W. Miley started for Muncie, Ind., Thursday morning, to visit her sister, Mrs. J. L. Hagadorn. Mrs. John Krichbáum and daughi ter, of Kalamazoo, have been visiting Miss Eliza Miller, on Fourth street. Miss Josephine Rathbone left Wednesday for Albany, N. Y., to pursue a course of study in the state library. Mrs. Wm. P. Garrett, of Boston. has heen visiting her únele, J. Austin Scott. She went to Toledo, Monday. Rev. Wallace Radclifïe, of Detroit, president of the Tappan Presbyterian association, was in the city, Tuesday. There must be a scarcity of the medical profession at the St. Clair flats, Drs. Gibbes, Kapp and Dorrance having returned Friday from a fishing excursión there. Miss Mary Gallagher, who has been visiting Miss Nellie Lennon, of Packard street, returned to sing, Monday. Dr. John Kapp and Dr. Heneage Gibbes were at the St. Clair Flats two days last week, meeting with excellent luck, fishing. Arthur Mummery left Tuesday for Detroit to take charge of the drug store recently purchased by John Moore in that city. MajorCaswell, paymaster U.S.A., who has beeu spending the summer with his sister, Mrs. Pres. Angelí, returned to Baltimore yesterday. Alderman Ferguson returned from Grand Rapids, Sunday. He had a large exhibit of carriages and carts at the West Michigan fair last week. Prof. P. R. de Pont returned Saturday from his summïr outing in Les Cheneaux Islands. The last week of his vacation was spent in Detroit. Leonard Wood and wife, of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting his brother Sellick Wood. He was formerly a dry goods merchant in this city. Miss Kittie Ransora, who has been spending the summer with her uncle, County Clerk Brown, left for her home in Minneapolis, Minn., Tuesday. Ed. Greve, of the Washtenaw Times force, left on Saturday, to spend a two weeks' vacation in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and other Michigan cities. B. M. Thompson was at Lansing, Tuesday, arguing with the governor against honoring the requisition of the governor of California in the Wm. M. Beggs matter. Mr. and Mrs. John Moore returned from a trip to Port Huron and other places. While away they visited Mrs. Moore's mother, who is 93 years old, at Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cutting, of New Hampshire, who have been spending the summer with their son, J. M. Cutting, of Tenace Hill, returned to their home Tuesday. Horacë Carpenter, of Washtenaw avenue, went to Ridgeway, Monday, to assist his sister in celebrating her 9oth birthday. Mr. Carpenter is nearly 86 years of age and in remarkable good health. Hubert Woodward having once lived in Ann Arbor couldn't stand it to live in any other place. About a year ago he moved from this city to Jackson, but this week he returned with his family to again make Ann Arbor their home. They will occupy the new house of D. F. Schairer on Packard street. Mr. Albert Blaess, the prominent Lodi farmer, will leave for New York on Sunday evening, whence he will sail for Antwerp. He expects to be absent in Europe two or three months, on business. He tends also to spend some time in London, sizing up that great metropolis, before returning home. John Fohey, of Chicago, formerly of this city, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Joseph Parker, of North Fourth avenue, this week. Mr. Fohey was one of the carpenters employed on the court house during its construction, and, it may be remembered, feil thirty-four feet one day in order to vary the monotony of aerial labor.