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Day
18
Month
January
Year
1884
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Public Domain
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A. L. Bresier was at Ottawa, Canada, during the recent vacation. Dr. Taylor and wife, of Manchester, visited in Ann Arbor last week. Reuben Kempf started Tuesday for a short trip to Northern Michigan. Elnier Dwiggins, '84, has been under the weather somewhat this week. 1T,1(.,,.1 „f TA.I, T i tliis city, was in the city yesterdiiy. Delos Thompson, '85, was conttned to the house the fore part of the week. M. C. SlieeliHii has a dancing school In Ypsilanti. He went down Thursday. Kov. Thomas Stalker lectured on temperance, In Landing, Sunday evening. Kd. Kent, recently In business at Manchester, 8 again a resident of our city. Eugene Abel and J. W. Hamilton went Dto Detroit Tuesday, to see Clara Morris. George Blaisdell, of Bridgewater, made his parent here an extended visit recently. Edwan1 HUI of Detroit, carne out Tuesday for a short stay with Gilbert B.llêg and family. Uev. U'yllys Hall was called away the latter part of last week. He is at some point in Oliio. Philip Bach, Ji.. is exDected hor too f rom New Mexico, where he hus been for about a year. .1. J. Goodyear was conlined to the house seveial days this week with an attack of rheumatisui. Michael Fleming, of Chcago, an exsheriffof Washtenaw county, was here a few davs this week. Henry White and wife, of Ann Arbor Town, started for Florida this weekto be gone several inonths. Mr. Edward and Miss Emraa Brumin, of Ntishvllle, Micli., paid Mr. Cousin's family a visit recen tly. Miss Carrie Hewitt, of Ypsilanti, spent Sunday In the city. F red Travis can give you the particulars. M H. French, of West Branch, Mioh., an ex-recorder of tliis county, was in the city a few days this week. S.S. Blitz is in Detroit. The sickness of Mrs. Blitz will prevent their moving to this city till about Feb. 1. Mrs. Pulcipher and daughter left Thursday inorninsr for a visit in 8t. Louis, Ma, with Mis. Pulcipher's mother. Mrs. J. E. McGill, née Perrinir, of Jiimestown, Dakota, is visitinj; her motlier, Mrs. Button, at 19 Jefferson st. The Misses Hudson and lady friend, of Linsing, wbo have been vlsiting at the C Kk, returned home the fore part of the week. N. W. Edgar of Jackson, Grand ViceCiiancellor of this district conducteil the Knijrhts of Pythias installation Thursday night. Miss Lillie Rice, of Akron, Ohio, sister of Mrs. Stafford, on State streef, carne Friday last to remain in the city a nionth or more. William Wagucr and J. Austin Scotr, directora of the Port Huron Gas Company, attended the annual meeting at Port Huron, Wednesday. James Seymour, son-in-law of our townsman W. Thomas, spent a short time in the city this week. He is travelinjr for a New York house. F. K. Ferguson, 'H5, has been very sick witii typhoid pneumonia for several weeks at his liome In Detroit. The lalest Information reporta him better. Jacob Bei holsheimer.tlie formerproprietor of Charles Durlieini's stock, made a flylnjj visit to the city this week. He is travelling for a Kalainazoo house now. Elbert Street, whose fatlier is editor of the Kalkaskian, published at Kulkaska, is stopping a few days with Henrv Haskell wliile under treatment fr his eyes. Mrs. Boudinot, who left Thursday for a short visit in Bay City, was called suddenly home on Saturday bv telegram of the illness of lier mother, who passed away before her arrival home. The new dean of the law dopartment is Prof. James V. Campbell. He bas been acting in that capacity since before the holidays, we beüeve, but it was not generally announced until lately. P. V. Sheehan moves to Menominee, Mich., next week, under the firm name of Sheehan & Co. Mr. Sheehan and a merchant tailor living in Xiles open up a clothing store with a $12,000 stock. Mrs. Haynes, of Fargo, Dakota, née Miss Jennie Collins, of Detroit, made a short visit In Ann Arbor this week, the guest of Mrs. R. H. Sheehan. She is gaining quite a reputation as an elocutionist, and while here gave several charming recitations at a private gatherIng.

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Ann Arbor Courier
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