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Senator Oorman was la the clty'yesterd;iy. Jolm P. Treniper of St. Johns is visiting relatives hcre. W. B. Cady, of Sault Ste. Marie was in town last weck Friday. J. E. Field, of Alpena, is in the city visitiog re lat i ves and frlonds. Dr. A. C .Nicbols rejoices with gicat joy over li is bouncing new bo - no, girl. Mr. G. Josenhans is in Detroit tbis week, visiting lier sister, Mrs. Traub. C. II. Millen has been confined to bis home for the past few days by illness. We are pleased to note that Mrs. J. W, Maynard is conYalescinjt, though slowly. Col. H. S. Dean is down on the program for au address at a cauiplire at Urlghton to-day. George Hora, of Owosso, has been vlsiting frlends in this city accompanicd by bis bride. E. B. Pond went to Oolilwater lastSaturday to lok up tlie altairs of the Dr. Hogers estáte. D. S. Millen is to go tu Chicago in a few days to take charge of a large establishment there. Mrs. Alta Eastman of this city has been spending the past week with her parents in South Lyon. Chas. Latluier, of Chicago, was in the city the first of the week shaking hands with old friends. Miss Julia B. Sttllson, of Whilraore Lake, is making a lew weeks visit with friends n this city. Prof. E. Baur has returned after a wcek's absence at Bay Port, Huron Co., where hls sou Bertrand lives. John Wahr and Rudolph Lutz went to Toledo yesterday to help celébrate the 68th annlversary of Odd Fellowship. Mrs. O. E. Sraith nee Belle Earl, of Detroit, will be in the city to-morrow, visiting Mrs. W. A. Hatch, Jr., for a few days. N. J. Kyer left the city last Thursday evening for an extended trip east and south. He will be absent about three weeks. Jesse Schairer injured himself in ternally a few days since, while wrestling, and and came near dying Sunday in consequence thereof. Last evening Lucius Smith was surprised by inany of bis young friends who took that in thoil to help him celébrate bis 16th blrthday. Albert Brown, of Chicago, chief of Lake división No. 302, Brothernood of Loeomotive Engineers, visited his nephew, W.W. Tidil, a few days during the week past. Fred. S. Hubbard, private secretary to Judge Cooley, chairman of the Interstate i cotnmerce commlssion, hns gone with the commission on their southern trip. He i will have charge of the correspondence c and clerical work arising during the ni-y. i


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