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22
Month
September
Year
1887
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Public Domain
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Miss Carrie Glover, of Detroit, is a guest at H. P. Glover's. Mrs. Albert Crane, of Detroit, is visiting at Judge Ninde's. Mrs. E. Halbrook and daughter have returned from their Ohio visit. Ben. Joslyn is a solo singer in a new opera company from New York. Wm. McCullough will move his family to the Upper Península next week. And still the Normalite cometh; in fact, there's very many of hiiii this year. Miss McMurtra, from Newark, N. J., has been a guest at Dr. Morford's for Bome time. Mr, Walter Thorne, of Lansing, formerly of this city, was married this morning to Miss Cronan, of Hudson. Geo. Tylor has again turned Italian, and as Signor Tagliera is warbling behind the footlights in New York. The opera house will be ablaze with frtory next week Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evenings. First-rate plays on every evening. Mrs. B. Hutchinson has gone to the Upper Península to visit her husband, who is engaged in business somewhere in the frozen regions. Capt. Allen went to Dakota this week to deliver an address at the state fair. His speeches are always in demand and are A No. 1 every time. The Follett house has been disposed of by Mr. Moorman to a Mr. Woodmancy, a western gentleman. It is said that the house, together with some western land, brought $20,000. W. Anderson, of Detroit, once a wellknown restaurant man in this city, will, in corapany with another Detroit gentleman, run the hot candy business at the Ypsilanti fair next week. Fred. L. Pattison is attending Kalamazoo college. Before his departure from this city, the Ypsilanti Light Guards presented him with a gold-headed umbrella as a mark of their esteem. Our Citizens' Associr.tion evidently mean business, as they are mapping out a regular business boom for our city. An ir.iportant manufacturing business will 'indoubtedly be induced to lócate here soon, and probably in a short time inany manufacturers will clamorously demand bonuses, and the best business sites and right of ways and what-not. Our city will be stirred up worse than in its mostexciting mineral water days.

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