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Day
23
Month
November
Year
1894
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Public Domain
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Editor D. R. Crampton, of the Monroe Democrat, was in the city Tuesday. A young daughter announces her arrival at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Butterfield. Judge Kinne is holding court in Monroe. C. B. Turner, of the Pontiac Gazette, was in the ciïy, VVednesday. President Angelí left Wednesday to attend the funeral of the late exRegent Gilbert, at Grand Rapids. Chas. Roehm, of Chicago, is greeting old friends in Ann Arbor. Miss Martha Drake is improving from a severe illness. Dr. C. Georg was called to Eikhart, Wednesday, on professional business. Hon. E. F. Mills made a business .trip to Chicago, Tuesday. Mrs. Etta Hopper, of Alpena, i visiting her brother, E, Beal. L. H. Clement ha returned f rom ïis western trip. Prof. Henry N. French, of Kalamazoo, was in the city Thursday. Daniel Walsh, proprietor of the Chicago shoe store, died Tuesday. Miss Sara Whedon will entertain a company of the Epworth League his evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher, of Chicago, are blessed with the arrival of a daughter. Cards herald the wedding, Thanksgiving day, of Miss Bertrfa B. Bliss, of this city, and Fred J. Keeler, rincipal of the Houghton high chool, and formerly of Sharon. Supervisor Lighthall and ex-Suervisor Gilbert, of Chelsea, visited he city, Wednesday. Herman H. Mack, advertising agent of the Michigan Farmer, was n the city, Wednesday. J. W. Hopkins, a high K. of P. official, of Lansing, was at the American, Tuesday night. J. V. N. Gregory, of Dexter, was n the city, Wednesday. Regents Barbour, Kiefer and Cocker are at the Cook. W. Stanger has returned from Detroit. George Clancy has embarked in the cigar business. Reuben Armbruster has returned from a northern "hunt." Mr. and Mrs. William Leonard, of Chicago, on their bridal tour, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Schairer. Fred C. Brown, of the Times, returned Wednesday from New York, where he arranged for the immediate production of twelve Mergenthaler type-setting machines for his Chicago enterprise. Mrs. August Fruhauf left yesterday for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. B. E. Crosby, and with her brother, Mr. Adolf Nicolai, at Portland, Oregon. Mrs. Fruhauf has not saen her brother for j!5 years.

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