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Dr. Anpell 9 at lus po9t of duty once more. Jonathan Schmid leaves for Bunaio Prlday. A. L. Noble and fiimily have returned from Albion, X. Y. II Elttredjre, of the I'egister has returned from the east. Mrs. W. R. Payne, of Kalnmazoo, is n the city for a few days. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Ramsny will not leave the city until next week. Mrs. Jennie Foster, of Chicago, is visiting her parents on N. Main st. Frank Iliggins, of Misoula, Wyoming Ter., is vlsitlng friends in this city. C. Mack left for New York last week and reports somt: heavy fll purchase9. Wm. Clute, of Dunrtee, was in the city vcMerday to attend the funeral of Mr. Tate. BfflT. Fr. Laughran, of Dexter, viaited Tienda in Ann Arbor, the flrst of the week. Mrs. A. T. Hill, of Detroit has been risking her fatlier C. BlUs during the week. Geo.Gillman, of Hutchin9on, Kansas, is islting his mother, Mrs. Philip Baur, of Salem. Misses Annie and Lillie Condón have returned from a sumnier's stay at Minneapolis. Chas. Seabolt, who has been working or Gibson for gome time, leaves next Monday for Flint. Theobold Seyler left last Saturday for Waterloo, Out., to remain during the vinter with a brother. Mrs. Dr. Franc Coe and children left .i-t Timrsduy to join her husband at Seattle, Washington Ter. Mr. and Mrs, Benj. Allen, of Adrián, lave been visiting relatives and friends i) tliu city during the week. lire. Ambrose Kearney expects to leave or Omaha, Neb. next Monday, to visit ier danghter, Mrs. Firestone. Prof. ,1. B. Steere arrived home last Wednesday night, looking reniarkably well alter his prolonged trip. Will R. Trowbridge, formerly lit. '87, ml mpdic '89, has got a place in a miliary school at Huntington, Pa. Miss Ivnm i Schmid returned Monday Voin Coluoihus, where she had been visti ng her uicle,,l{ev. Mr. Sclimid. Mr. and Mrs. I-írael Hall have returned rom a four week' visit with their daughor, Mr?. Sidney Eastman in Chicago. Miss Lury B. Stowe, of Canandaigua, í. Y., c ime to the city Monday night to visit the family of Prof. M. E. Cooley. Miss Theresea Schoenenberger who vas spending the Slimmer with lier sister Mrs. O. Sorg, relurned to Philadelphia ¦¦riday. Cliristian M ick now glories in being ijraticlpa. A son having been boni to VI rs. Willis J. Abbot, of Kansas City, ast Thursday. We rpgret to learn of the vory gt-rious ;lne8s of Mrs. Louis J. Liesemer, at her ome on E. Washington st. of typhoid nd bmin (ever. Miss Grace Grover of Eüzabeth st., left 'uesJay morninu; for Chicafjo, whf re she vill rem ii" through the winter with her uut, Mrs. Prof. H. W. Fairbaaks. Kiigene Spochr, of tiiis city, left last 'blinda; p. m., for Afton, Minn., to ommnce studies prepiratory to enternf upon tlie ministry of tlie Germán iUtberan Cliurch. Mrs. C. T. Cooloy, of Canandaiua, í. Y., who has been npendlnpa few days with Prof. M. E. Cooley's family, and Mrs. Spaulding, on Monroe st. returns to ier home to day.