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Mrs. E. C. Bowling is visiting in N. Y. tate. Capt. Allen returned froin his Dakota visit, ïuesday uaorning. There were 10,000 people on the fair grouuds last week Thursday. J. H. Mi lier has gone to California to ,ry his luuk in real estáte dealings. Mrs. J. H. Wortley and children, of iaekson, are visiling at Chas. King's. J. S. Harris, father of the Harris ïrothers, is very ill and his recovery doubtful. W. H. Hawkins' Menelene won the 2:40 troiting contest on the track last Thursday. The Ypsilanti dress factory are assured tlmt their sales wiü amount to f300,000 this year. J. M. Orcutt, the ex-Bohemian oats man, has returned to this city and opened a livery and feed stable. Mrs. M. S. Hall and daughter, Grace, have returned from Chk-ago, where they have been visiting for a lew weeks. The Sons of Temperance installed their new officers Wednesöay evening, 'urnishiug a good programme, refreshmenis, etc. Another jeweler added to the list. E. L. Huugh, of Tecumseh, has rented one-half of H. A. Miller's machine store, and will sell jewelry, etc. Mr. Max Pease, eldest son of Prof. Pease, has returned home after a protracted sojourn in the far west. He will probauly remain for a few months. The Ypsilantian brought its common school education into play the other day and easily added up $178,000 worth of building and improvements so far during 1887. Prof. Cleary has issued invitations to a large nuinber of his friends, to attend i graad receptioa at the Business Colege hall, Friday evening. The guests will be eutertained with fine singing, addresses byseveralof ournotedcitizens and music by the Chequamegon orchestra, Ann Arbor. The following elections were made at ,he annual meeting of the Eastern Vlichigan agricultural atsociation, Fridy: President, Wm. H. Lowden ; vice-presidents, John W. Nanry, John F. Spafford ; treasurer, Wm. Campbell; secretary, Frank Joslyn; marshal, Geo. Palmer J executive lommittee, Henry Stoflet, John B. Berdan, Wm.Dansinburg, VV. VV. Vanduyn, T. V. Quacken)usu, Chas. H. Roberts, S. T. Gridley. For the position of secretary there were two candidates, Frank Joslyn and Frank P. Bogardus, but Joslyn carried oü' the honor easily.


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