Dr. Henry C. Adams has returned f rom Washington. Mrs. H. C. Gregory, of Dexter, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Muma, of Huron st., has been quite ill for a few days past. Mrs. Dr. MacLachlan returned from California, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Caul, of Toledo, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. T. S wathei . Mrs. Frank Blanchard, of New York city, is spending a few weeks in the city. Dr. J. N. Martin has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Medicine. Mrs.Johnston, of St. Paul, Minn., was called here by the death of her brother, Gilbert Bliss. C. D. Haines,. the projector of the street car line to Ypsilanti, was in the city Wednesday. B. E. Warren, of Bay City, was the guest of his brother on Volland st. Monday and Tuesday. Dr. G. F. Clark, of Alymer, Ohio, visited his sons, Dr. E. A. Clark and George Clark, this week. Miss Chipman Smith, who has been spending the past year with her son in Marshall, is visiting friends in this city. Drs. Mack and MacLachlan called on Capt. Manly while in Grand Rapids and were shown through the Soldiers' Home.