Ilenry J. Zelilig died al his home in this city, Monday . Miss Lama Scoville spent Sunday with Lnends ín Detroit. i. W. VanGleve, of Chicago, has beei] in the city this week. George VVise, of' Detroit, spent Sunilay with lus parents in this city. Mi's. E. Ebling, of Union City. i visiiiug at E. M.Conislock's tliis week Aicli. Drury, oí Detroit, attendef tlie funeral oí Alverauo Drury, Sun day. The studeuts of the Conservator; held a recital Weunesday atteruoon a 4 o'clock. The funeral of Alversou Drury, who (lied last Thursday, occured 8unday afternoon. A anión temperance meeling will be held at the Presbyterian church ïiex Friday evening. J. T. Spencer iormerly with Gaudy the baker, is now clerbing in ilarri Ero's & Ck's store. H. B. Mason, manager of the tele pilone excbange, has been transferrec lïoni here to Ludington. Father Goldrick. of Northville, con ilucted the services at the Catholic church, Wednesday evening. M. O. Straight, the photographer wil soon move his gallery and niusic store into rooms over Clark Wortley's. A banquet will be held at the Light Gaard hall. by the Catholics of this city, on St. Patrick's day. Maren 17. The funeral of Mrs. Louise Martin who died Sunday at the age of 76 years, was held Wednesday afternoon The Eastern Michigan Congregation til Club held a very successful meeting at the M. E. chnreu in this city, Tuesday evening. A delightful party was held at tbe home of Miss Ella Sanderson, Wednesday evening. A very pleasant time was had by all present. Bert Ebling, a former resident of Y psilanti. but now bookkeeper for the H. M. Loud Luniber company, of Oscoda, is here renewing old acqwaititainces. C. S. Wortley is having a line new front put in, in his store on Congress street, and is also having the interior of the store on Huron street remodeled. The horseshoe turning match between Asa Nash and VVilliam Campbell is now au assured success. anc will take place at the Palace rink in Anti Axbor, March 7th. Stone & Bell, the jewelers and stationers. have rented the store lateh vacated by Ernest Hutchinson ani will move their stock there as soon as the work of remodelingis finished. The case of Sayles vs. Westfall, in Detroit, resulted in a verdict of $1,100 tor the plaintilï. Mr. Westfall is part owner of the Hawkins House liere. He will appeal to the supremecourt. Bishop Niffde, of Detroit, preaclied afbiitïï the morning and evening services at the M. E. chureh, last Sim()-.. It is estnnated that over 150C ltr-ijie were in uiiendanee at e ach service. A very pleasant entertainment was fiivtiu Tuesday evening by tne meuibers of the class of '94 of ,St. John's Parochial school. It was eiititled " An Evening yvith Longfellow," and was vei y fine in all respecte. There will be a sparring match at Uenevolent hall, Friday evening. "VVni. Crosby and G. McCoy, of this city, and G. Parker and Frank Pope, of Ann Arbor, will have it "out" for a purse of $2-5 and the gate receipts. Ypsilanti is the only town in the countythat has a mid-winter circus. It can be seen any evening at the cigar store of J. Manning and consists of a band of trained Chinese mice. They do almost everything in the athletic line, including swiDging Indian clubs and boxing. Still, tliey sajr,Ypsi is behind Ann Arbor in the matter of education. The Detroit city band (colored) played to a very sniall audience at Cïeary hall, Monday evening. If the exact number of those in attendance were to be given, we may best use the remark made by one as he was just leaying the hall. He said, "There wasn't Piiougli theie to flag a hand car." The dance given later in the evening by the same troupe was very largely attended by the colored societies of this and other cities.