I Letter carrier Armstrong had a bad attack of Ia grippe, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. Jacobus are visiting in Monroe county. Fred Besimer and Dudley Loom is are back from a week's fishing at Strawberry lake. Miss Lucy Tready, of Saginaw, is visiting Miss Ella A. Meuth. Mrs. F. A. llowlett is visiting in Lyndon. Vincent Bliss is taking a course in shorthand in Detroit. Justice Andrew E. Gibson was in Flint and Saginaw, Tuesday. Dr. A. C. Nichols, Elmer E. Beal, L. C. Goodrich, H. T. Morton, E. V. Hangsterfer, A. P. Ferguson and Herman F. Miller at tended the Mystic Shrine meeting in Port Huron, Tuesday night. Mrs. J. J. Goodyear is visiting in Detroit this week. Mrs. H. Walter, mother of Mrs. J. V. Goodspeed, who bas been spending some time here visiting, has returned to her home in Clarkston. Major Howell, of Adrián, was in the city yesterday. General Devlin, of Jackson, and Inspector General VValsh, of Port Huron, were in the city yesterday. Herman Krapf is visiting in Saginaw. F. C. Bagley, of Jackson, was in the city, yesterday. Prof. J. C. McClenahan, of Chicago, was an Ann Arbor visitor this week. Mrs. W. F. Armstrong went to Saginaw, Wednesday, to visit a brother. Rev. C. M. Cobern has returned from Appleton, W'isconsin. Mrs. Eliza R. Sunderland will speak next Sunday evening at the Unitarian church on "The Reügious Thought of Goethe." This will be followed on succeeding Sunday evenings by lectures on "The Religious Thought of Victor Hugo, Carlyle, Buckle, Ruskin, Matthew Arnold and Emerson."