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- Wïiile Dr. Cocker is a&roadhe contemplates a trip luto Bulgaria- Rev. C. Velz of Bagttiw is visiting relativea and (rienda i ■'' dty - President Angelí sailud for China on Satimlay. - G. Vt'. ('ropscy and Paul Schall of tliis city attended the Cincinnati gathering. - MissDclia Fife of Dexter lias engaged as assistant in Clinton's union school. -Rev. Mr. and Mrs. C. Volz of Bnffalo, N.Y. are visittngRer. Mr.Schmid, Mr. r-slather-in-lav. - W. H. Butts of Orchaid Lake Academy wlll spen l vacation in reáding law in the Probate oflQca. - Kev. Air. Schllnger of Toledo is visiUng ln's brother-in-law, Mr. Philip Hacli and other relativos. - Mre. Robert P. Frostof Montclair, . .1.. and late of California is visiting her sister Mrs. Philip Bach. - Clias. II. Bichmond, Esq., of lliis cily was Michigaa'a vice president in tlic Cincinnafcl convention. -Mr. and Mrs. George O. l'ase of Dexter arespending ; few da ys at Walled Lakt' in Oakland Coimty. - Judge Ilariiinan leaves the city on Monday forPeacharo, Vt. whitherbe goes annuallyto visit liis aged parcnts expecting to be absent about tliree weeks. - D. Oramer, executor of estáte of James Treadwell closed up said estáte within fourteen montlis from tlie date nf appointment, reoeived hls quietus and liad liis bonds cancelled. -The Flint Bohool board, by a vote o: sn tothree,hasdecided nottore-engage Prof. Crlssey as superintendent o: Bchools. [t is believed that I'rof. Fal nnw of Albion college, wffl take the place- or have it ofïeii'd hiin, at least - Lansing'a board of edaeatfon hav engaged for anotber year Mr. G. W Cnlght as principal of lts High Schoo' at a salary of $900 an advance of S100 over last year, and Mi ;s Sarah E. Swift also of "78 assistant at a salary of $600. - Miss IsmenaOramerwho gradnates from 11hï literary department of the untverslty at its present commencemenl lias attended schoot steadily for sixteen years without missing a term and hei licaüh is better now than wtien she began.


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