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20
Month
May
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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John W. Maynard is quite LU. C. D. Ilaines was in tho city Monday. John R. Miner is in Detroit attending the K. T. meeting. Louis F. Zells has removed from this city to Port Huron. 3 pZMi.ss Agnes Leas is in Des Moines, [owa, fir ;i two nreek'a stay. Postmaster Beal is confined to the house by au attack of the ,'rippe. Rev. Charles ïilton, of Boston, is i ling a few weeks in Ann Arbor. Roberl K. Reilly, lit. 90, of Chicago, spent Sunday with fraternity friends. D. O. Fall and wife and J{. H. Cutlibert and wife took a trip to .Saline S. Sondheim, of Detroit, a t'ormer well known citizen of this city, was in town Friday. Mrs. C. R. Remick has returned home :i visit with her sou John, in Detroit. Mts. J. M. Wheeler, of W. Huron St., is entertaining her aunt, Mrs. Otis, of ago. Mrs. Thomas, of Schoolcraft, has the guest of Mrs. R. C. Barney during eek. Jas. A. Robison, of the Detroit Free nt Suiulay with liis parents in this city. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Doty and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Watts are ín Detroit fora few days. J. E. Field and wife, of Alpena, are in the city attending the Congregational Association. Trof. J. V. Seyler, of Detroit, Sunda}'ed with his párente, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Seyler. Prof. N. D. Corbin, of the State Agricultura] (',.", ,., ia in the city for a week's vi:-ution. Mrs. Judge Kimie has gone to New York City to visit her sister, Mrs. Paul, for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Thorp, of Detroit, were in the city, Thursday, visiting their son in college. Daniel O'Keefe returned last Friday from his trip to the mines of Kentucky and northern Tennessee. Dr. J. N. Martin was elected a Fellow in the American Academy of Medicine, last week in Washington. Wm. H. Brearley, proprietor of the Detroit Journal, was helping the Art Loan Coinrnittee last week. J. H. Cutting, of Terrace HUI, has been entertaining his friend, Mr. Taylor, of Boston, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frank and Mrs. Caspar Rinsey have been visiting friends in Jackson during the week. John H. Mayuard left San Francisco, Cal., at 6 o'clock Thursday night last, and reached Ann Arbor at 9 :45 Monday evening. Theodore Huss, of Cleveland, formerly with Schub. & Muehlig, bas been visiting friends and relatives in the city during the past week. MilfonlX. Wells, of Kansas, is visititing his mother, in this city for a few days. Mr. Wells is now in the employ of the government survey. Mrs. J. A. Brown, of Lawrence st., and Mrs. M. E. HM, of State st.. went U Lansing Monday to iittend the funeral of Mrs. Loranger, nee Dayton. Mrs. Henry Killilea, of Milwaukee, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. Dr. Hartley, at No. 46 William street, pects to return home Saturday, May 23. Prof. J. B. -Da vis hasgone to Lelands, in the uorthern portion of the state, to make the necessary arrangementa for his clasa in engineering and surveyiug. Drs. McLachlan, Wood, Gatchell, Obetz, Mack an.l Nellis, are in Grand Rapids attending the State Homeopathie Society meeting. Dr. Mc Lachfan reada a paper. Mrs. Kittie Sarazin, nee Fobey, has returned to lier liome in Superior, Wis. She was accompanied as far as Chicago by her mothei and sister, who will Wait friends tliorc for a time. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Travis, Rev. J. M. Long and Mrs. Delano, of Oooper, Mich., are guests of Mrs. R. A. Beal. TIipv lelegates to the Coneregational A.8sociation now in session here. Last Thursday Hou. Chas. H. Kiclimond went to Lnnsing, where he met with the waya and means committee i í the Legislatura, and made a foi argument in favor of au approprL for the World's Fair. A party of ladiea and gentlemen, consisting of .Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watta, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bach and daughter, -Miss Josie Henion, Messrs. Thos. Kearney, Jas. J. Quarry and Guy Keifer, spent Sunday at the Keystone Club house, Znkcy Lake.

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