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Adelbert Bant has returned from Detroit. Eugene E. Beal is visiting in Mt Clemens. O. M. Martin has returned from the north. Mrs. Catharine Reyor is visiting in Monroe. Miss Julia Decker has returnec from Flint. Mrs. J. Pfisterer has returnec from Zukey lake. Maj. H. Soule left Saturday for a visit at Port Hu. on. Fred Rentschler has returnec from a visit in Dexter. The Misses Staebler and Waters have returned from Toledo. Secretary Wade left, Saturday, to join his family at Mackinac. Miss May Wilsie is entertaining Miss Pinckney, of Ypsilanti. Mrs. M. W. Mulders, of Toledo is visiting Ann Arbor friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Frost have returned from St. Clair Flats. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyear re turned Saturday from New York. E. C. DeWolfe, of Michigan City Ind. , is in the city for a few days F. H. Goodspeed, of Grand Rap ids, visited friends in the city Sun day. Dr. C. Georg was called to De troit Friday on professional busi ness. H. Richards and family and Mrs Blum have returned from Whitmor lake. Prof. Kempf and Henry Binde are passing a few days at Whitmor Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wil] Holland an son have returned from St. Clai Flats. Miss Minnie Rieder, of Dexter was a visitor in Ann Arbor las week. John Condón left last week fo Bay View and will remain severa weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark ar visiting Robert Mann and family, o Lansing. Miss Lucy Dahler, some weeks the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dieterle, of West Liberty street, has returned to her home in Troy, O. Eugene Koch is home from a ten days' trip. Henry Schlanderer has returned 'rom the lakes. Miss Bertha Weinmann has returned from Grand Rapids. Prof. M. E. Cooley has returned :rom a short trip in the west. Frank L. Parker has returned from a trip in the northern part of the state. Chas. F. Staebler was in Chicago last week purchasing stock for his fall trade. Archie Palmer, of Adrián, is visiting his father, W. G. Palmer, of this city. Miss Abbie A. Pond has returned from Flint, after an absence of several months. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beach, of Flint, are visiting at the home of VV. J. Booth. Miss Clara Baur, of Cincinnati, is a guest of Mrs. Emil Baur, of West Huron street. Prof. E. L. Briggs, of Coldwater, late a visitor in this city, returned home Saturday. Rev. John Dieterle, of Troy, N. Y., filled the pulpit of Bethlehem church, Sunday. E. S. Carr and family left Friday evening for a two weeks' visit with Jackson relatives. Daniel Ford, of Flint, was last week the guest of his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Muma. Mrs. Penny and daughter left last Saturday for California and will pass the winter there. Dr. Haidell, of Detroit, was last week the guest of the Misses Harris, on S. Fourth avenue. Mrs. J. D. Clark and daughter, of Mobile, Ala., are guests of Mrs. G. Bliss, of S. Main street. Misses Alice Walker and Rose Hayden have returned from a trip to Port Huron and Sarnia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McClure, of the Cook hotel, returned last evening from a visit to St. Joseph. Miss Melia Stauch, of Detroit, returned to her home today, after a four weeks' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bird, of Detroit, are visiting in the city and will build a residence here and becorae citizens. Walter Hicks and bride arrived from Tennessee, Friday night. 'Mr. Hicks is again at his place of business, looking as though nothing had occurred. A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, was in the city last Friday. He will not fight the will of the republican party, if cailed on to respond to a nomination for prosecuting attorney. Chas. Vogel and Geo. Clarken have returned from their encampment by the terriffic billows oi Strawberry lake having caught, as the Indian said, "some fish, some eel, some bullfrog, great many 'sketo bites." Prof. Hinsdale, of the University, returned Saturday evening from an extended western tour, after an absence of about one month. Prof. Hinsdale first visited Provo, Utah, where he delivered a series of lectures, following which he visited Salt Lake City and other points, returning over the Northern Pacific, visiting Butte City and various points of interest. The professor looks refreshed and reinvigorated by his tour.


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