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Day
20
Month
November
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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E. F. Mills went. to New York, Tuesday. W, D. Adams has been out of the city. Miss Ailic Curtis is visiting in Chicago. , A. L,'. Noble was in Detroit, Wednesday. Mrs. Philip Baeh is visiting in G'onnectieut. Mrs. D. F. Schairer went to Chicago, yesterday. Dr. E. H. Stevens, of Detroit, was ia the city, Monday. A. J. Sawyer was at Monroe, Tucslay, trylng a case. John Neary, of Howell, spent Frlday with James N. Rlley. Chas. H. Kline was ealled to Ohio, the-first of the week, on business. Peter Sraith, of the "Soo," is spendiiiir a couple of weeks with Asa C. Allen. Miss Mamie Büss, of Williams street, is visiting her brother George, at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mann, of Detroit, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Joeeph Clark, superintendent of the hospitals, has moved to No. 8 Cornwell Place. Paul V. Perry, of Detroit, spent Sunday witili his párente, Supt. and Mrs. Perry. Miss Fisk, of Toledo, has been the . guest of Miss Raffensberger, a part of the week. Miss Lizzie Edwards, of Lansing, is vi6iting the family of James Kcarns, on Spring street. Frank Paul, of Montreal, Can., has been visiting the family of Judge Kinnc, thia'week. Sam Langsdorf expects to go to St. Louis, Mo., about Dec. 1, to attend the wedding of a niece. Mrs. II. Martindale, of Chicago, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. J. Johnson, of South Fourth avenue. Miss Clyde Parsons, of Toledo, spent severa! daya last week as the guest of Mrs. I. L. Medaris, of S. Fifth avenue. Mrs. Dr. A. I. Sawyer and daughter Jennie, have arrived ia Ann Arbor from Monroe, and wifi make this city home for the winter. Mrs. F. Yo'z, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Bophia Spring, of W. Washington street, returns to her home in East Sagiuaw, to-day. f l l Rose Grajigw left for Chicago. 1&b1 evening wit.h ProfI Gaiitos, oí Detroit, to attxraü tlio rtausing i :i .ii ,' con-TCJllillll. Cupt. Hiscöck nnü Lieuts. Watts ;uul Armstrong visiti'il Ypsi-anti, Mon(hiy i'vciiin'j,'. tor the pvtrposc pt witïiessing the Lnepection of Co. H., 4tli Infanti-y, by Capt. J. Edward Dupont, of Detroit, assistant lnspectlng officor.