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Rev. Mr. Carinan is visiting friends in Kaiamazoo. l'rof. George S. Morris and faruily, are at North Lake. Dr. Sauuders, of Manistee, visited at his father's lust week. Miss Clara Gott retuined from a visit o Battle Creek, Monday. Mr. J . Dresselhouse, of Manchester, was in the, city Saturday. Thos. Flowers has been visiting at Hasting tor the past week. Mrs. Lake, of Akron, Ohio, is visiting at Rev. Dr. Kamsay's. Prol'. A . Volland is visiting his pareiits, Mr. and Mrs. J. Volland. Mrs. (ieorge I'. Jenkins and son, oí Jackson, are visiting in the city. LevvH. Clement left Tuesday for a visit to his parents at Colon, Mich. Miss 13erdie Muehlig, of South JSlain Street, is visiting relatives in Detroit. D. C. Fall, E. A. Calkins and families were at Whitmore Lake, Tuesday. Miss Amelia Schleede leaves for Toledo tomorrow to visit relatives there . Rev. Dr. Ryder left Weduesday to take his new position in Ardover Semïnary- Mrs. Beevis, of Detroit, is visiting her sister, Miss Ilenriques, of Fifth street. Alvin Wilsey and George V. llenwick went to Whitmoie Lake last Monday. Mr. and Mis. O. BHss have been visiting their daugbter, Mrs. A. T. Ilill, of Detroit. W. L. Vatkins, of Manchester, vis. ited his sister Mrs. 8. V. Clarkson last Friday. Mrs. Slauson, of lïoughton, is visiting at her mother's, Mis. Conovers on South Fifth Street. Mrs. 1 lt. dePont went to iforth Lake with her children to camp out a few weeks, Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Hom and tliree children, of Detroit, returned home after a week's visit in the city. K. Kittredge is spending a two month's vacation in the east. He is now iu Portland, Maine. Rev. I)r. 11. II. Steele and family are in Detroit, where tliey have taken a furnished house for the inonth. D. Cramer, Esq., look a trip to his farm In Hamburg last Saturday and reporta crops looking good all but the hay. Mr. aud Mis. Cari Klotz, of St. Catheriues, Ontario, are visiting Mrs. Klotz's párente, Mr. and Mrs. C. Eberbach. Mrs. Hart, nee Minuie L. Miley left Monday to join her husbaud Dr. A. N. Hart in their future home at Port lluron. Mrs. C. Stone, of South Fifth Street, visited Mrs. Gov. Ashley and other friends in Toledo over bunday. She goes to Kalamazoo to-day. Miss Hannah lientley, of Farmington, Mo., is visiting relatives and friends in the city and vicinity. She resided in jSTorthüeld until two years ago. Mr. Frank M. Miller and wife, of Horseheads, N. Y., are spending a couple of weeks with their pareuts. Mr. and Mis. M. D. Miller, of the sixth ward. Miss Lillie Nicbols is teaching her classes in drawing and painting in the first ward school building. She has been pursuing her art studies in New York tbrough the winter. rostmaster Duify left yesterday for Washington, D. C, on business counected with the postoffice. We may look for some improvement of some kind about the postofllce for Mr. Dufty geuerally gets what he soes after.


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