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J. D. lrish is very sick. Prof. Tyler returnedTuesduy. Jno. Q. A. Sessions is in Lansing. A. F. Darrow has gone west on a visit. Miss Lizzie Snell is visiting at Lakeside. Miss Emma C. Gruner left Monday for Petoskey. Jno. F. Lawrence Esq. i back trom nis lakc trip. Mrs. Chauncey Orcutt is visiting friends in Middlevillc. Miss Kittie B. Eustmau s vfciting friends in Albiou. Geo. W. HUI is in llic slavc business at llansville, Kcntucky. Andrew DeForest and wilu líate gone eastou a six weeks' trip. B. F. Watts made a trip to Sugin uwand Flint the past week. Mrs. A. Shiverly, of New York city, is visiting her ruothcr Mrs. Best. Prof. WilsoQ has moved into the Latimer house on División slreet. Joe. T. Jacobs leaves "for New Yoi k, to-nigut and will combine business witu pleasure. Miss Lilliau Thompson of Mihvaukee, is stoppinR with her auut, Mrs. II. W. Waldron. Miss Minnie LeVan left Monday for Frankfort, Ind., to visit her sister, Mrs. Ada Ross. Hamilton Jackson of Philadelphia, Pa., has been visiting his broihur-iii uw ü. M. Martin. F.Pistarious hasgone to Saginaw willi hischildren for a two weeks' visit. lic will return a week from Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Maloy will rent tueir house on Miller avenue and go to Kalamazoo to reside witli their son John. Thos. Hoban, John J. Flynn, and others from here have goue to Chicago to woik, where inasous are receiving $." per duy. M. Fritz is taking his annual vacation. lie has goiie up the lakes and expecls to be absent trom the bauksome two weeks. Hev. ilr. Ryder haa written to his mother, that himself and sou have buen suow-balling on the Mount Washington. Geo. B. Dividson, who is BUgaged in tho building business in Grand lï;ipiils, has been in the city tot the past 10 days. A week from next Monday Jacob Scubolt and a party of nine others will havo for a wyok's bunting and Bsbing ;it liusli lako. H. K. llill has fitied up elegant apartmcnts iu the tbiril story of llie opera liouse ulock, and moved iiito them tlic la-l o) the week. . Mrs. Thomas Kearns was expected back f rom Marshall yesterday, wbere hhe has been on a visit to her pftrenta for the past three week. Wm. Morris, yard dispatcher in the eraploy of the Pennsylvauia railroad toiupany at Toledo, visited his raany old friendsin this city Saturday and vSunday. Jno. Freeman, awaiterat the i'.ilmcr house, Cliicago, is visiting bis people on Miller avenue. In October hc goesto the Hot Spring, Aikansis, to work in a hotel. Justice Freuauff conlempluted going on the excursión to-morrow, bal was obliired to remain at home to heur the exuniimlion of .lic two (idl(-ys, BL B. and iloward H.


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