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Prof. D'Oagehasreturned from Europe. Mrs. T. F. Beurs is visiting friends n Detroit. P. Stimson, of Saginaw, was in the city Sunday. Fred. T. Stimpson isspending the week at Algonao. Aid. Ware has returned from his visit to New York. W. E. Sprague, of Detroit, was in the city over Sunday. E. H. Scott is attending the state fair at Jackson this week. C. L. Pieroe, law '87, of Au Sable, was in the city Monday. Hon. A. J. Sawyer 9 in Monroe this week on legal business. Prof. and Airs. C. H. Stowell have returned from Bay View. Mrs. H. L. Sackett has returned from her visit to Berlín, Wisconsin. Dr. Wm. Fuller, of Kansas, is the guest of his brother, John T. Fuller. Miss Mamie Pratt, of Zanesviile, Ohioj is the guest of Mrs. Dr. Herdman. W. R, Becker, of Brighton, called on his many Ann Arbor frienda, Monday. Prof. Pettee and family returned from their eas'tern visit Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stone visited relatives in Altion Sunday and Monday. Miss Gertrude Clancy has gone to Monroe to attend St. Mary's academy. Delos King, of Whitmore Lake, will reside in Ann Arbor the comino; winter. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Clement, of Colon, are the guests of their sod, Lew H. Clement. J. N. Jackson, of Charlotte, was the guest of K. Kittredge, Sunday ar.d Monday. Miss Jennie Butterfield, of Detroit, is visiting at David Godfrey's, on the river road. Mrs. Jonathan Blanchard, of Los Angeles, Cal,, is in the city visiting her old home. Dr. Henry George, of Detroit, was the guest of his brother, Dr. Conrad George, Tuesday. Wm. Perman and family, of Elmore. O., were the guests of C. G. Dariicg, over Sunday. Mrs. B. F. Granger has returned home after a three years' absence in California and Texas. Mrs. John Warner, ot Washington, D. C, is in the city, the guest of her cousin, S. W. KestiDg. Miss Watkins, of Watkins' statioD, was tóe guest of her sister, Mrs. S. W. Clarkson, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miner were in Detroit, Tuesday, attending the wedding of Mr. M.'s nephew. S. MoMillan, who has been pitohing for the Zanesville, Ohio, ball club this summer, has returned home. Miss Anna Campbell, 'lit. '87, has accepted a position as teacher of Latin and Germán at Hannibal, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Martin are expected home tomorrow from a visit to relatives in Bay City and Mackinaw. Mrs. C. J. Kintner returned from Washington Iast Friday, and will stop with her parents, Mr. and 3Irs. C. L. Pack. H. G Sutton, principal of the Fourth ward school, was called to Ohio, yesterday, to attend the funeral of a brother. Rev. S. H. Adams filled the pulpit in the Central M. E. church, Detroit, both moro ing and evening, last Sunday. Dr. Geo. A. Hendricks and John W. Keating returned Sunday from their visit to Washington and other eastern cities. Capt. Manly, Prosecuting Attorney Norris, and others, attended tbe annual reunion of the First Michigan Infantry, at Jackson, Tuesday. S. L. Foster, superintendent of the T. II. Electric Co. was called to San Francisco, California, Monday, to attend the sickness of bis mother. Mrs. Bessie Vanswell, nee Boyden, o Chicago, and Miss Jennie Merriman, of Zanesville, Ohio, visited friends in Ann Arbor the first of the week. J. Rice Miner, who has been in Colorado for the past two yearg, returned home SaJurday evening. He had lately been quite sick with typhoid fever. 3Irs. Lillie M. Follett has lelt for her home in Brainerd, Minn., after a pleasant nine weeks' visit with her father, James Morwick. She will visit a week at Grand Rapids, on her way home. Miss May Whedon will leave next vreek for St. Clair, where she has accepted a position as teacher of vocal culture 'Q Sommerville Seminary for younf ladies. Henry DePue, of Pittsfield, attended the league games in Detroit, Wednesday and Thursdsy, in company vith his brother-in-law, Mortimer Twichell, of Hamburg. H. B. Asadoorian, II. D., a gradúate of Central Turkey College, Aintab, Turkey, has arriyed in Ann Arbor, and will take a Post-graduate courso at the U of M. and btain a diploma before he returns to his aative land. Rev. R. L. Williams, of Ann Arbor, has ceived a unanimous cali to supply the iresbyterian churches at Au Sable and Oscoda. Heentersupon higworkthe first öunday in Ootober, but his family will re"lain in our city. Mr. Thomas Greenish, of London, president of the pharmaceutical society of weat Britain, was in Ann Arbor last Frit!ay'atne guest of Prof. Prescott, to visit 'Be bohool of Pharmacy of the University, ana inquire partioularly into its educationa! work. Jlr. Greenish makes a flyin? isit of ouly one month in the States. He 's engaged ir. the projection of aLaborato7 o' Research in the Pharmaceutical SoClety of Great Britain.


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