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a. Uandall took in Detroit yesterday. I Social party with dancing at E. B. Hall'g lo-uight. Miss Aildle Kniglil ii viaitiny friends at Columbus, Ohio. [ Evart Scott return ed from New Jersey Saturday evening. Mrs. J. B. Oott la expected horae from New York tbls week. B. Frank Bower spent Sunday witb hia mother, on N. Ingalls st. Rt. Rev. Gco. D. Gillespie held service at the county house Sunday. Mrs. Dr. C. G. Darling is visiting frienda In Detroit this week. L. W. (Don.) Briges, of Dexter, was a pleasaot caller last Krlday. Thos. F. Lconard bas been quite sick the post week bat is better now. C. Y. Cook and wife of Charlevoix, are vislting at E. J. Knowlton'g. A. J. Sawyer and E. D. Kinne are in Lansing on supreme court cases. A. L. Noble has been confined to the house for the past week by sickness. Alderman Biggs of the 6th ward, arrived home from England Honday. Miss Josie Henion of Bay City, is visitin friends in the city for a few days. A. G. Burnett, of Jackson, has been spending a few days wlth friends in Ann Arbor. Mrs A. Spcrry who lives on iliscock st., feil Saturday morning and received several bruises. Charles 8. Durand, of the American Express Company, spent Sunday at nis home in Chelsea. M. D. Fohey, telegraph operator at Manhattan Junction, spent Sunday at hls home in this city. Miss Amanda Vail. of Canadaigua, Lenawee Co., is rislting her sister, Mrs. Will R. Payne, on E. Catharine st. B. F. Watts, C. E. Hiscock and J. H. Stone are in Detroit attending the grand chapter of the Royal Arch Masons. Chief Engineer Hawks, of the M. C. R. R., was in tlie city Friday last, and a pleasant caller at the Courier office. John Keek is in Grand Rapids this week, looking over the factories the re for new and desirable styles In furniture. Rufus Cate, haring recently sold his residence in this city, goes to Detroit, this week, to reside there through the winter. Miss Jennio Watts, M. D., of this city, has been nlentad a memoer of the New England hospital for women aud children at Boston. A. M. Doty has purchased a residence on the northwest corner of E. Ann and W. Thayer sts., and will toon become a Fourth-warder. Mr. Goodhue was in town Saturday, having looked the ground over at Ypsilanti for water works, and left Monday for Racine, Wis., to mak proponiUtra to Dulld a system there.


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