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W. K. Chüds visited Duiulee last week. K. K. Appleton, of Detroit, was in the city Thursday last. OeovC. Bits?, f Jackson, tpeat Sunday with hls paren U in this city. Edwin B. Hill, of Detroit, isvisiting bis grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bliss. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. boyden were over to Manchester last woek.visitiug friends. Miss Matie Potter lef tTueBday forLiidington, to remainsome time with an nunt. J. J. Quarry spent a couple of days in Detroit visiting friends, dui ing the past week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sill of Dexter, spent Satiuday and Snnday in town vlsiting relatives. Mrs. J. T. Jacobs is in Columbus, attendinff her f at her, Mr. Ashton. who is quite ill with erysipelas. Judge Harrlman is to lecture In the Grande huil, Ypsilanti, this evening, hi subject being ' Sir Isnac Newton.1' About as active a man for kis age as can be found anywliere is Conrad Krapf who has recently celebrated his 75th blrth day. Mr. and Mrs. II. Cornwell rcturnec Tlmisdity fioin a trip to St. Paul, Minn., where their duughtcr Jennie, Mrs. Darrow, lives. Mrs. It. 15. Pope has been on ft missionary journey, itartlng branches of the Home Missionary society at various points tlirouffhout the state. Miss Lena Dodge and her friend, Mms Holt, of Detroit, have been risiting the former's brother at the residenoe ot G. Bliss, dwing the past week. At the annual session of the strand chapter of Koyal Arch Masons held in Detroit last week, Ben. Watts was advanced to the office of Grand Scribe. L. C. Goodrich, W. F. Pett, Will Watts, E. J. Morton, and Leona rd Blake ure in ittendance npon the grand lodge F. & A. M., now In session at Detroit. Dr. W. E. Ziegenfuss, medie. '78, foraierly a histhly prlzcd correspondent of :his pa]er frnm Dextor, now of Iown, was i Ulier at the Coukip.k sanctum last l'liursday. Jas. McMahon has been coiilined to his home by illness diiiing the week, and t is tbooght tliat he will have to suhrait to another surgical operation before permanent relief can resul t. George A. Douglasstartedyesterday for Florida, where he has an orange grove. To-morrow he will be WalklDg on the gliady side of the Btreet, eatlng strawbeiries and bananas. Fred S. Hubbard, son of Mrs. Fannie Hubbard f Fourth st , lias shown hispqpularity by being the only republican candidate electcd at a recent city election in I'rt'scott, Arionu. He ig city treasurer. He )-cribcs tlic clection, tlius : " There were more votes pnlled than ever before ut a city election, and it was a hard contest. As the votes were connted lirst one was ahend, tlien anotlier until the last half hour, wlien h; pot about ten votes ahead of me and kept it untll the last ten minutes wben I bpgan to pull up. We were a tle with four more ballots in the box. Two ballots ciime for me, then one for liiiu and the last one was for neitlier of us. This ííave me a majority of one vote and the boys faiily carried me out of the room."