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Mr. H. Waterman lias rctumcü from Petoskey. .Mr. J, S. Todd, of Kulamazoo, is Ipending .1 few days wlth fricnds in tliis city. Sylvester Oaunt, of Chicago, spent a few (laysin tliocity the gueat of D. F.Scbalrer. Mr. aiul Mis. Johñ Kriclibauin, of Kal¦uiüizoo, are vidtlnj Chiitlan Mlller of lilis ciiv. Ilnn. A. J. Sawyer left for the Kast on Wedneada; last Be win probably visit ïorktown before lic icturns. Mn. A. L. Davis, of Jncksoii, daugbter of Mr. Thos. Hayley, is spending a few dayi ia this city wlth her panatt. A. A. Gregory, .Ir., taket the place in the post-olBoe racatod by Mr. Allen who has been pulled away by the sickness of frie.nds. C'. B. ('ook and wlfe leave for Satilt Ste Marie, in conipany with their daoghter, Mrs. Dr. Harding, to remain through the winter. Leroy C. Noble, master raeehanie of tlie Houstoit & Texas Central B. R , formerly a resident of Ann Arbor is ajfuest of N. V. Cheever. Geo. N. Lovejoy, oriranist In tho Prcsbyter'mn ohnreh, left last Monday for Phlladelphla vui New York and 15oston. lic iutcnds to locato in IMiihuklphia. The Dundee Reporter says that Dr. l'inkhani was called to Ann Arbor by a telegram, Thursday erenlng, Oct. G, wblch annonnced the severe illness of his wife. Dr. Billmeyer, dcmoustrator of operations in the Dental College, will open au office BOon, in the newly repaired l{ichmond building on the cast side of Mam St.


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