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Day
25
Month
November
Year
1891
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Public Domain
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Telephones liare been put in the offices of Dr. Louis P. Hall, and Dr. J. (;. Lynds. Botli the Betnjiehem and Zion's Lutheran ehurches will hold Thanksgiving services to-day. ■Tas. E. Harkins is to assist the Detroit Dramatic Club in an entertainment to-morrow night. The Welch Tost (i. A. R., are eontinually perfectlng arrangementa for the state cncampment to be held in tlns city ncxt April. A social will be given by the Junior Guild of the M. E. ehurch on Priday evenlng. You are tnvlted. , A pumpkin pie and baked bean social at the M. E. chapel in the 5th ward Friday evening next. All the world invited. Can't you go ? The "Passion Plays," is the subject on wliiih Prof. T. C. Trueblood is delivering a serles of lectures before the XI. E. Sunday school. The only house of doubtful charat ter that was in Anu Arbor has been cleaned out by the pólice. It was certainly time to make that move. An immense hornets nest is the latest curiosity that Ernest Eberbach lias added to his collection. N. B. - The stingers have all been removed. The nnount of prfmary school' money ÖeloagtBg to Ann Arbor city is $2,2S9.50, the lai-fii-st anount ever approprfated, reachlnx 75 cents per cliild of school age. The wholosale tank wagons of the Standard 011 Co. have commenced golog 1 lieir round. Very creditable looking wagons. Cha. E. Godfrey does the delivoring. On Monday evening next, Washtenaw Chapter R. A. M., will receive a visit from Excelsior Chapter, No. 25, who will come prepared to exemplify the work of the Royal Arch degree. One hundred new names were added to the roll of the Epworth league of the SI. E. church, at its last meeting. This league wlll hereaftef have charge of the M. E. chapel in the 5th ward. It is a fact that we feel at liberty to make public, that the Courier bindery is now prepared to take care of all kinds and descriptions of work in its line, and will do it in a first class manner. If you have any binding to do give us a trial. i ■ The Macoabeea had a grand time at Ypsilonti last Wednesday eveniniK, :is t.hey always do. NVxt Sunday mornlng Rev. .T. T. Sunilci-iaiid will preach a "Klng'a Daughters" sermón at the Unitarias chim-h. A paper on the orlgln and growth of the organliatlon will be rcad by on' of the membera ol the eifelle, and also readings and recitations appropriate to the occasion will 1m Kiwn. rxt Monday erenfng Col. Sylvester Larnard, of Detroit, ivill dellver a lecture beforo the Uni'ty Club on perKonai rcmini.s'jcnsc.s of Washington, in the days of Clay, Webster and Calhoun. On the followinp; Saturday Mrs. Mary. A. Livermore, of Boston, wlH lectnre on Columbua and the discovery of America. Those who not procured seaaon tickets tsiiould üfi so nmv as they admit tO these lectores and the fifteen lollowing literary evenings. The admission to each of the above lectures is twentyfive cents and the season tickets are but $1.00.

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Ann Arbor Courier