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- F. Woodruff, M. D., is now a citizen of Detroit. - Edward R. Gilclay, County Clerk of Monroe county ,was in the city Friday. - Fred L. Goddes was admitted a member of the Waahtenaw Bar, Wednesday. - The pulpit of the Preshyterian Church was occupied Sunday hy the Bev. Dr. Cocker. - Fred. A. Mayuard wiU leave for Detroit next week, to enter the law office of H. M. Cheovor. - Goo. W. Snover, of Detroit, State Agent of the National Lii'u Ins. Co., was in tho city Wednosday. - At tho animal cliarter election oí the villago of Chelsea, Monday, Hod. Orrui Thatcher was elected I'resident. - Hon. C. S. May, of Kalamazoo, eugaged hy the Glark brothers to defend them in the Circuit Court, was in the city Weduesday. - Alderman J. Hunt, one of the jurors in the Maybee murder trial, was sufforing trom a sudden attack of erysipelas, Wednesday. - G. W. Hays, Superintendent of the late Ann Arbor Trading Association, has removed to Detroit and is connocted with the dry goods house at Nos. 141 and 143 Woodward Ave. - Edward Duffield, son of Dr. George Duffield, returned home Mouday evemng from PickerelViile, on the Saginaw Bay, where he has been spending a short time flshing. - The Eev. J. S. Large, of Grand Bapids, who has been occupying the pulpit of St. Andrew's Church since the commencement of Lenten season, has been preaching to large audiences -Anson J. Whitmore, detective for the Michigan Sonthern railroad, and James W. Washburn, City Marshal of Adrián, were in town Wednesday, as witnesses in the case of the people vs. Andrew and William Clark. - Mrs. Thomas M, Morris, a fornier resident of this city, and a daughter of Mrs. Win. L. Looinis, who now resides near Washington, D. C, is performing a generous act by gratuitously teaching the eolored children in her vicinity. - The Manchester Enterprise says that A. f. Breugel has been very busy at home during the week, and is so well pleased that when he meets a person he immediately says " it's a xy." Should you ask him how many nails ït would take to shingle a barn, he would say, 'it weighs 11 1-2 pounds."


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