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Evart H. Scott, is in New York for short stay. Robert L. Warren has gone to Detroi on business. Judge Kinne went to Monroe Monday to hold court. Thos. Holmes of Manchester was in the city Monday. Dr. M. C. Sheehan has been the city during the week. Miss Ella Whittaker, of Ohelsea, is visiting Mis Alta Parker. A. F. Freeman, of Manchester, was in the city yesterday on business. Fred Barker and family of Elm street, have returned frorn a visit with friends at Clyde. Miss Ella Nichols, of Packard st., left for New York Monday to visit relatives for a few weeks. Miss Jesse Swayne of Ypsilanti lias been viSiting Mis. Fred AV. Blake during the week past. ] lomer Henderson has returned to Cleveland, ühio, af ter visiting nis mother in this city. Duncan McMillan, of Chicago, has been visiting bis old home in Anu Arbor during the past week. A. C. Schumacher went to Muskegon Saturday on business for the chemical department of Eberbach & Son. By a cable message received from J. E. Beal on Monday, from Bermuda, we learn that they arrived there well, after a pleasant passage. Dr. Jesse A. Dell attended the state meeting of the veterinary surgeons at Saginaw, E. S., last week, and reports a busy but pleasant time. Prof. J. W. Langley, formerly of tliis city, now of Pittsburgh, Pa., is in the city. He will deliver a course of lectures upon metallurgy while here. Miss Dora Thompson and Miss Clara Phelps, of Dexter and Miss Ruth Carpenter of Ypsilanti have been the guests of Miss Nellie Kyer during the week. Grand Eminent Commander Doty inspected De Molai commandery No. 5, of Grand Rapids on Thursday even ing, and in company with Mrs. Doty visited friends there on Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday evening last Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Doty of this city aitended a grand party given by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lawrence, at Kalamazoo. About 300 guests were in attendance, and the affair was one of the most elegant ever given in that city. The grocery business of Williams & Son, on State street, has been sold to Ferguson & Slating, who will close out the grocery stock and move their gents' furnishing goods therein. The employés of the T. & A. A. B. R. at this place presented George H. Hazlewood, late station agent, with a goldheaded umbrella, on Monday evening as a slight testimonial of their esteem. Oíd times seem to be revived. Geo. Washington and Jeffersou Davis, the former of Flint, and tlio latter of Ann Arbor, are employee! as janitors at the state capitol under the new administration. Yesterday the much advertised bliz" zard carne down upon us, but not very saucy. In fact rather mild. For a real fine climate, come to Michigan. The east and the west are both subject to great changes and severe storms, but we ahvays jog along in a mild sort of way in Michigan. The Ypsilanti Sentinel speaks of the bands of steel that unite the two educational cities of Michigan, in this way : "The cars are now running with regularity between this place and Ann Arbor, and are well patronized in spite of the serious impediment of not being allowed to go direct into that city. The objections to this have nu real weight. The use of hard coal causes no daugerous sparks, and the eseaping steam, what there is of it, is immediately dissipated in the air without injury or venience to anybody. Who would for a moment exohauge Washington street, here, with its Ie vel track and honrlycar, for any street in Ann Arbor, with its unsightly pole.s and electric wires overhoud, dangerously charged 1 Of the two give us the motor, in preference to the unsightly and dangerous vire.s and electrical track. And the motor will he yet farther improved and perhapa dispensed with by compressed air. It takes cheek to cali a road the "Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti road," which can't be admitted to Ann Arbor."


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