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Mrs. Julius Ziegler is visiting in Plymouth. Sheriff Brenner was in Manchester, Tuesday. Mrs. W. B. Smith has been visiting in Detroit. Mrs. John Koch is visiting in Grand Rapids. Caleb Krause, of Detroit, is visiting in the city. Tames Richie, of Toledo, was in the city, Tuesday. Guy L. Thompson, Esq., was in Detroit, Wednesday. C. H. Whittaker, of Chelsea, was in the city, Tuesday. Hon. Charles R. Whitman was in Jackson, Wednesday. Dr. Fennell, of Chicago, has been in the city this week. H. C. Kempf, of Chelsea, was ia Ann Arbor, Tuesday. Rev. Samuel D. Breed has been visiting in Wyandotte. JamesP. Deubel, of Ypsilanti, was in the city Wednesday. J. P. Tracey, of Manchester, was in the city, Wednesday. Judge E. D. Kinne is in Monroe this week holding court. Dr. Lum, of Columbus, Ohio, arrived in the city, Wednesday. Mrs. Sophie Spring is visiting her son in Penetanguishene, Ontario. R. S. Armstrong, and family, of Chelsea, were in the city, Tuesday. Mrs. Evans, of Detroit, has been visiting her brother, John R. Miner. Prof. M. E. Cooley, returned from Kalamazoo, Wednesday morning. A. F. Freeman, Esq., of Manchester, was in Ann Arbor, day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Neat, of Ypsilanti, attended the Charity ball. Mrs. Frederick Rettich and Mrs. George Wahr were in Detroit, yesterday. Miss Ella Clay, of Jackson, attended the charity ball, Tuesday cvening. John Goodspeed went to Grand Rapids on business Wednesday evening. Miss Robison, of Detroit, was present at the Charity ball, Tuesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mortin have been spending several days in Detroit this week. Dr. William Flynn, of West Branch, has been visiting in the city this week. Miss Grace Raffensperger, of Cincinnati, attended the charity ball, Tuesday evening. Hudson T. Morton, secretary of the Ann Arbor Street Railway was in Detroit, Tuesday. I. P. Ingalls, formerly of the Wabash R. R., was in the city Tuesday, visiting friends. L. Willard, of Kansas City, an old resident of Ypsilanti, called on Prof. W. S. Perry this week. Hon. John J. Robison, of Sharon, was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday, greeting old friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McGuire, of Owosso, were the guests of Hugh McGuire, the first of the week. Judge T. M. Cooley left for Florida accompanied by his son, Eugene F. Cooley and wife, of Lansing. Hugh Jenkins returned from Barry county, Tuesday, where he has been visiting since November. Ed. Flannigan, of Detroit, formerly of this city, has returned to do some work on the Cornwell house. Miss Margaret Bower, deputy great coramandar, L. O. T. M., organized a lodge in Blissfield this week. Paul Snauble, foreman of the Michigan Furniture Co., went to jackson and Coldwater last day on business. PercyA. Rowe who was appointed private secretary of Congressman Griffin, has resigned and returned to the University. Prof. Moses Coit Tyler, of Cornell, who was professor of English in the U. of M., from '74 to '81, was the guest of Pres. AngelĂ­ Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cutting,of this city, left for East Haverhill, N. I". , Wednesday evening, called there by the illness of Mr. Cutting's father. D. C. Goodspeed, of this city, is looking after the interest of Goodspeed Brothers, in Richmond, Ind. They have a fine branch shoe store located in that city. Miss Josephine Cayer, of Montreal, Canada, has returned to Ann Arbor and reports terrific snow storms between Montreal and Quebeck. The snow is 5 to 6 feet deep. Otto Marx, a gradĂșate of the dental department, of the University, who practiced dentistry for ihree years in Buda Pesth, Hungary, now a resident of Toledo, Ohio, is in the city on business pretaining to profession.


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