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Day
23
Month
February
Year
1887
Copyright
Public Domain
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Dennis Shields, Ksq., of Ilowell, was in tlie city last Monday. Bro. Holmes, of the Clielsea Herald, waa in the city yesterday. Mr. H. Woodward retornad to Mt. Clemens Monday, for liis health. Prof. M. O. Graves, of Wyandotte was in the city last Friday and Saturday. Stephen Gallowuy, of Detroit, deputy U. S. marshal, was in the city Saturday. Etl. R. Strong, of Detroit, spent Sunday with his brother-in-law, Sedgwick DeanMr. and Mrs J. J.Iteed, of Chicago, are visiting Mrs. R's fither, Daniel Iliscock. George Chase returned to the Agricultural College last Monduy to resume his studies. G. Ilollis Blake of Boston, spent Sun day as a guest of W. W. Whedon and family. County Clerk Howlett was called home to Lyndon last Thursday by the illnessof his wife. A progressive euchre and whist party at Will Stimson's last FrkUy evening. A surprise. Philip Duffy spraiiied an ankle some weeks since and UJut getting around once more. W. H. French, of Retdsburg, Wis., spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs. II. Woodward. Mrs. J. T. Jacob and dMgkter Clara Josie, have gone to Coltunbus, Ohm, for a few day a visit. Monte Ludden, formerly of Doxter.now of Chicago, was a Ciiller at the Couuieh office Monday. Miss Carrie Comstook and Miss Mabel Malt., of Alpena, are visiting Miss Kittiu Morse on 4th st. Mr and Mrs. 3.W. Clarkson have been visiting their parents a( Manchester during the week past. Prof. C. W. Dodge, of the Detroit hlgfa school, was the guest of Gilbert Bliss last Friday and Saturday. Aid. Allmendinger has been on the sick list for several days, bnt is convalesclng, we are pleased to state. O. L. Matthews spent Tliursday and Friday last in Dundee, and gathered in a large number of clalmante. Moses Rogers was called to Quincy, Mich., last Monday, to attend the funeral of his brother, Dr. E. C. Rogers. Lewis, Farley and Mamie MuLoutli, of Lansing, are spendinsr a few days witli their únele, A. M. Dy, on E. Ann st. A few frletuis were invited to M;icCLe Beau's residence last Saturday evening, in honor of Mrs. Le lWau's birtliday. Walter Zinn.of Columbus, Ohio, spent Monday with J. T. Jacobs on his way to the republican banquet in Detroit yesterday. Jtiinea Farley, a foruiKr well known Ann Arbor boy, was in tliecity last week on his way home to Detroit, after spending a year In Texas. Miss Rosa Sclmekicr iras surprised by a large nuniber of her school mutes coming to have a jolly time at the home of her parents on First st , last Frlilay evening. George J. Johnston, publishers of the Gratiot Advance, and sonie 23 years go an employé in the Cochibr office, was a caller to-day. He ia visiting his sister, Mrs. D. C. Fall. Theodore K Chapín of the real estáte, loan and insurance flim of Miley & Cnapin, Boyne City, Mich., has been in the city during the week visiting relatives. Mr. Cbapin is also one of the pubüsliers of the Boyne Citizen. Among tbose wlio went to Detroit yesterdny to attend the banquet of the Kepublican Club, we noticed : Dr. W. F. Breakey, Maj Stevens, Hon. A. J. Sawyer, J. E. Beal, J. T. J icobs, Col. H. S. Dean, J C. Knowlton, Cna. W,Wgner, Geor{e Munley, John F. Lawrence, E. I), Kinne and J. M. Asliley, .Ir.

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Ann Arbor Courier
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