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Day
14
Month
September
Year
1883
Copyright
Public Domain
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Mrs. M. B. Kelley is visiting friends in Toledo. Mrs. Joe T. Jacobs is visiting in Columbus, Ohio. The Misses Douglas sail for home on the 2(th inst. Edwin Miller, of Chelsea, is now witli Fall & Hendrick. Rt. Hev. Bishop Qillespie is the guest of Mrs. James Qott. Mrs. A. W. Ames and daughter returned Saturday evening. Eugene B. Able arrived home from New York on Tuesday. Hon. Andrew Climie has been quite sick for a week or ten days. Mm. John Gott is home this week from a month's trip to California. Misses Anna and Lena Henne made a short visit in Saline last week. Assistant Postmaster Lathrop started off on his vacation last Tuesday. Mrs. VV. G. Doty, who bas been visiting in Ohio, returned home last Thursday. Mrs. Dr. Jennings, of Detroit, is visiting her father, ex-Gov. Felch on State St. Mis. Ashley is at St. Louis, Michigan, hopiiig to derive medical benefit from the springs. Mrs. C. II. Matthewson is spending a few weeks at Hacine and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs. May, of New York, mother of Miss Jennie May, is visiting Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. Mrs. Tenny with son and daughter have returned from Ypsilanti totheir old home here to live. Mrs. Gilmore, a former resident of Ann Arbor, is visiting with Mrs. Beakes on Fifth street. Mrs. Dr. Rockwell bus returned home after an absence of nearly two montlis, visiting friends. General Hunt and daughter, Miss Bessie, are expected home soon from a snmmer's stay in the west. Charles Tuttle, collection clerk ut the First National bank, left last Saturday for a week's vacation. Rice A. Beal and wife returned on Monday evening from their Eastern trip. With splendid weather and everything passing off nicely a most enjoyable time was had. Mr. Frank Johnson, of Jackson, and Miss Kizzie Rogers of this city were tnarried Wednesday evenilig at the residence of Mrs. Henry W. Rogers. Many and beautiful were the presents. The editor of the Courieb in a letter written on Monday from Boston, to friends at home, reports himself and wheel as having a very deliglitful time. Ileexpeeted on Tuesday to take a run upto Nahant and Marblehead, and on Wednesday down to Weyniouth. He will be in Providence, R. I. to-day, New York City tomorrow and Sunday.on Tuesday.Wednesday and Thursday at the L. A. W. bicycle meet at Springfieli}, Massachusetts, and home the latter part of the week.

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News