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A. W. Harailton met with a bad f al lust Sunday. Dr. EL F. Slgler, of l'lnckney was i the city Monday. Ex-Ald. Poland of tbe 5th ward Ís vt ry sick with the inftammatory rhciunatism Mrs. Anna Wood, nee Nichols, o Pittsburgh, Pa., is visltlngher mother on N. Ingalls st. John Fogarty wa3 thrown frora lii cutterone day last week and had hls collar boDe broken. Mrs. Dr. II. R Arndt wlll be at home to her f rienda each Friday afternoon and evening after 3:30 p. m. Mis. Geo. Johnson and Mrs. Budi Lovejoy, both of Albion, visited the fam ily of D. C. Fall last Friday. Maiquis Miller, a builder on Cemetery street, is alllicted with cataract, the result of nervous prostration. Mis. Prof. Chute who has recently been vislting Mrs. II. Morse and other friends in Alpena has returned home. Mrs. W. K. Cliilds hud her right hand badly burned a day or two since by fallIng upon the stove. lt is an exceedingly painful wound. Frueauff may dispense justice " tho' the heavens fall," but it does not help the hard fall he received last Saturday, on an icy sidewalk. The mother of D. C. and Chas. S. Fall of tbls city celebrated her 75th birthday, at her home in Allnon, on Thursday last, and is hale and hearty once more. D. Cramer feil on the Icy sidewalk by the Presbyterian church last Thursday, and is willing to take oath tliat the church steeple swayed and trembled as he carne down. W. W. Watts and wlfe expect to go to Flint this week Saturday, frm whence W. W. goes to Eaft Saginaw to attend tlie grand lodge F. and A. M. to be held next week. J. T. Campbell, of the Pinckney Dispatch, was in the city Monday, making armngements to enter college. Mr. Campbell bas sold out hls interest in newspaperdom, so we learn and proposes now to complete hls education. Mrs. W. R. Payne and sister, Miss Amanda Vail, were called to Canandalgua Monday, by the death of their grandfather, Moses Vall, who had reached the good oíd age of 90 yeats, and had resided on the same farm he took up from the goveinment 60 years ago. Mrs. Blanchard, widow of Rey. Jonahan lilanehan', formerly of Ann Arbor, now of Los Angeles, ljfl on Friday mornlng last for Deleware, Ohio. After visiting for a little time longer she ex ecti to return to California. She had been absent from here for thirteen years. V. E. Deputy Q. H. P. Benj. F. Watts, and Jas. L. Stone, II. P.; L. C. Goodrich, K.; Win. G. Doty.P. H.P. ; are in Grand tapuis this week attending the 39th annual convocation of the grand chapter R. A. M. Chas. E. Iliscock. P. H. P. execteJ to attend but wás deterred thercrom. Prof. J. B. Steere when last lieard from n the PuilHppines, on Nov. 20th, was in good liealth as were othcrs of the party. Thcy were hard at work upon their colection. They read and do their wrlting n the evening. He mentioned a sample of the bill of f are for one day. They had wild duck soup, bread, cofl'ee, and bananas 'or breakfast; and small f ried lisli, heads nd all fordinner, etc. They had hornd bilis cooking for another meal. He ocl thoy ar mpptinof with success in lieir work.


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