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Thomas Madill, oí Detroit, visited Oscar Sorg, Tuesday. Mart'n Clark is at work on the new county directory. Mr. Keyes, of Lansing, spent Sunday with friend8 in the city. MrB. John O. Callahan, of Detroit, is vigiting Mrs. Lizzie Bowdish. John Koch went to Grand Rapids yesterday to purchase furniture. O. E. Jones, of Milan, was m the city last week, visiting bis family. Miss Anna Hadley has returned from her two weeks' visit in Toledo. Ptiil. Stimson and wife, of East Saginaw, are visiting J. D. Stimson in this city. Rev. John Dieterle, of Wooster, O., is visiting his parents and brothers in Aun Arbor. Daniel Arnold, of Moscow, Mich., spent the early part of this week withG. W. Cropsey. W. H. Martin, of Cheboygan, visited his uncle, O. M. Martin, in Ann Arbor, over Sunday. George Spathelf, of the Fifth ward, went to visit Marshall, last Saturday, and returned Monday. W. S. Hill, a young and promisin? attorney of Marqtiette, is visiting his parents in the city. Miss Lotta Henion has returned from Toledo, where ehe has been visiting her cousin, Josie Henion. Fred. O. Nye, of Holland, a fortner Ann Arbor boy, was in town Monday to attend his mother's funeral. Emil Baur is exeeedingiy interested in forestry. He is tfying to interest our congressmen in the subject. Mrs. Willis J. Abbott, of Kansas City, Mo., has been visiting herfalher, Christian Mack, and family, for a few daya past. Mrs. French, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Woodward, of Bowery-st, has returned to her home in Roedsville, 111. E. A. Phillips, formerly agent of the T. & A. A. railroad here, was in the city last Friday looking well and happy. He says Toledo with its 17 railroads, 80,000 people, natural gas, and numerous other good things is the place for him. A party was given at Beethoven hall, last evening, by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Allaby. Dancing and other games were indalged in till daylight, and a grand supper was served at midnight, which was furnished by the ladies. About 35 ccuples were present. Last Mondav evening, a party consisting of Porter Lathrop and wife, of Detroit, Will Hatch and wife, Gilbert Bliss and wife, John Thompson and wife, C. E. Mutschel and wife, Mrs. M. C. Peterson and Mrs. Howe, went to Waker LaLathrop's in Pittsfleld to surprise him on his birthday, and it was a sucoess in every particular.


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