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Day
30
Month
March
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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ü. M. Monroe is home from California. Miss. C. Beenian has returned to lillsdale. Mr. and Mis. Harry Wyeth have gone to Florida. Gapt. J. H. Palmer was visiting his !amily this week. Prof. P. K. de Pont speut part of the veelt in Jmlay city. John Foiü, of Detroit, is visiting his aunt Mis. James Burns. Dr. F. A. Kotts, of Manchester, was n ihe city last Saturday. tí. M. tíilvray has had a collar bone jrokeu by a log rolling on him. Mis. VV alter ilawkins, of Ypsilanti, speut Weduesday with friendo in the city. Miss Katie Cramer is visiting at Deputy U. 8. Marshal Glloway's in Detroit. B. M. Thompson, esq., of East Saginaw, has removed to this city with his farmly. Miss Alice Cramer is spending the vacation with Miss Helen Osgood at Hamburg. Mr. John Jewett, of Buffalo, carne to thii city to attend the funeral of Mr. 8. P. Jewett. Myrou Weeb, the new mayor o Saline, and tíeorge B. Mason were in the city Tuesday. Judge T. M. Cooley was in the city this week, returning to Washington Wednesday eveniug. Mr. and Mrs. Paul, of Montreal, were in the city to attend the funeral of Mr. S. l'. Jewett, the father, of Mrs. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Manz, of Toledo, speud Sunday with Mrs. Manz's mother, Mrs. J. Jacobus, of Catheriue street. Alfred B. Schlanderer, the eight year oíd son of Fred Schlanderer has been very ill from inflammatory rhematism. Fred Hubbard, one of the stenographers,for the ínter state coramercecommissioD, was in the city this week on his way back to Washington from Omaha.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News