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H. Randall leaves to-day for Boston, Mass. Ij. II. Bulklcy took a business trip to Olivct during llic weck. B. 8. Bennett, '82, is principal of the schools at Detroit City, Minnnesota. G-. C. Witherbee has gone to New Vork city, for a couple of weeks' stay. Edward Hill, of Detroit, is visiting liis grand párente, Mr. and Mis. C. Bliss. Rev. Thos. Stalker soon goes to take charge of his church in New Orleans. Mrs. E. T. Brokaw, of Northfield, is spending a few days with friends at Eaton Ha puls. J. T. Jacobs and Ambrose Kearney have been at Mt. Pleasant on picasure for the pnst week. Col. John F. Mïllèr, of Washington, D. C., lias again retiirned to Ann Arbor to remain a few week?. Miss Georgië Goodrich is to leave Ann Arbor next week to spend the winter with iriends in the west. f. D. Clark and family, of Jnckson, sppnt a few hours In the citv, Saturdny the guests of Gilbert Bliss. Willis Boughton has been In Cincinnati during the week past, ealled there Saturilay night on matten of business. Miss Mary Davidson and Jtrs. Helen Wainwright ai e vUitlng their brother Geo. II. Davidson. in Grand Rapids. Joe T. Jacobs is up north huuting. What lie ig huntlng after we will allow on r readers to guess. We don't know. Dr. Sidney Culver, of Mason, who graduated from the medical department, class of '84, is visiting his inother for a fewdays. Chas. A. Chapín, department clerk at Washington, D. C, is home for his annual vacation. He will remain about tbree weeks. Mrs. Grace Holmes of Union City, who eas been visiting friends in Ann Arbor for a fewr days, leaves to-day for New Haven, Coim. Ilon. Chas. Mosher, prohibition candidato for congress in the 2nd district, is in town looking after his fences. N. B.- not snakc fences. Dr. Stowell starts for Petoskey on Friday morning, to be absent three or four days. Mrs. Stowell spends the time witU friends in Detroit. Rev. Mr. Eastwood, of South Univ. Ave., left yesterday morning for Bethel, -i., to v!sit Iiis son, who lies Wiously iil with typhoid fever. Jas. E. Carr, of the Dundee Reporter, was in town over Sunday, visiting liis many friends here. ' Jim '' is giving the Dundee folksa rattling good paper. Dr. Kmma E. Bower, returned from a several week's stay at Ludlnjrton last Frlday, where she had taken the practica of a physician duiing bis absence in California. Mrs. O. C. Collier, Mrs. Gilbert Lyon, of Owosso, and Mrs. HacUleman and children, of Oregon, left Ann Arbor yesterday morning for Owosso, from whence jhe latter goes to lier home iu Üregon.