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Dr. George I!. Granger, oí Hay City, va, in town Monday. City rk'i-k MHIer and wiíe Ief1 yeaterday l'or Pálrport, N. Y., to visit frifiiMÍs. A nfw assistant at the Hre department. Samuel McLaren, Jr., a ten poimder. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Heal accompanied the editorial excursión to N-v Orleaiia and Florida. Mr. a.iid .Mrs. Jodin Burg received thieir frieiHls .Monday ovening in a v?fy enjoyadle ananner. Flotssie Kpence had tlie misfortune to liavf her focrt crushed while out sleigii riding 'Saturday. M. J. Lclwnan and family went to Weterloo, Jackson county, yesterday, talled there by the illness o! a near relative. A very fine rtception was given Dr. Giban, of tlxc ü. S. Army, by Dr. and Mis. C. li. Nanorede Monday eveniniS% at their lióme 001 N. Ingalls st. Mrs. Giles Ix lias just returned froin tlie burial oif her father at Plymouth, wihere ghe has been at his bedside dui-iiig tlK' last few days oí his 111íi'ss a,nd deatli. B. P. and W. W. Watts, L. C. Groodridh a.ixl Robert Cuthbert went to Detroit yeeterday to attend the a.nniKil convocation rf tbe grand chapter IÏ. A. M.,'oí AJiohiga.n. Miss Julia M. Ootaat, who went to Boulder, Coló., for híer health about Oct. lst, writes us that she is impro--lng. She TCiglis 14 pounds more tlia.ii whon she left home, and wonld recommend the climate of Colorado to anyone euffering from lung trouble. A postal card from ,W111 Price to C. B. Davison, of tliis city, has the pleasing iníormation that he arrived at his destination, Clay Springs, Florida, which is 200 miles eouth oí Jackeomville, all O. K. He says that Mr. Williams, with, whom he is in company, ia feeling greatly improved, and thinks the trip has already been a benefit to him.


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