Dr. A. K. Hale left Tuesday eveniug for his home in Adarns, New York, to attend the man-iage of his daughter. John E. Nelson, of Battle Oeek, has been visiting in the city. Alexander Ratti has been in Toledo this week. Lew H. Clement has returned f rom Chicago. Stephen Pratt, of Detroit, was in the city Tuesday to see about his new block being erected on Main street. Evart H. Scott was in Toledo. Tuesday. Mrs. S. E. Paige and son, of Elrnira, New York, are visiting Mrs. R. C. Barney for three weeks. Miss Cora Merrison, who has been visiting Mrs W. L. Tedrow, has returned to Constantine. Thomas J. Keech has bee n attending a meeting of lumber dealers in Cadillac this week. D. A. Hammond attended a meeting of the state board of education in Olivet yesterday, which was cominencernent day in Olivet. Mvs. Fiegel, of Adrián, is visiting Mrs. A. W. Ames. Miss Lulu Beebe, of New York, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. W. Ames. Mrs. Fred Cook, of Saline ,is visiting Mrs. William Esslinger. Thomas Cavanaugh, who has been visiting his brother, M. ,T. Cavanaugh, returned to Paw Paw Tuesday. E. S. Cushman attended the meeting of the travelling salesmen in the furniture line, in Grand ftapids Tnesday. Dr. Aiistin Scott, president of Rutgers' college, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, is visiting his brother, Supervisor Évart H Scott. Miss Clara Doty, of Minneapolis, is visiting her parents,Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Doty. Tom W. Mingay was called to Toronto, Canada, Tuesday evening by the serious illness of his mother, who was attacked with paralysis. J. S. Conover, of Coldwater, grand secretary of the grand lodge of F. & A. M. , was in the city Tuesday. Prof. Elmer E. Brown, of the University of California, is visiting in the city. Mrs. Julia Dell Clarke, of Detroit, has een visiting Miss Margarat Burke. Kinanuel Spring attended the meeting of ttie Arbeiter Verein in Bay City tiris week. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bach were in Detroit Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mayo, of Foxcrof t, Me. , who have been visiting their niece, Mrs. H. S. Carhart, have returned home. E. W. Butler, of Milwaukee, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. L. Babcock. John Manning removes to Detroit this week to make that city his permanent home. Daniel B. Brown, of South Main street, celebrated his ninety-first birthday Wednesday. , A number of his old friends were invited to Gr. F. Allmendinger's to meet him. L. B. Ely has rented the J. Austin Scott homestead on Washtenaw avenue. Mrs. W. H. Fox, of El Paso, Texas, is visiting her inother, Mrs. E. Hample, on Miller avenue. Prof. Paul Seymour, of the Lake Forest University, Illinois, was in the city this week. He left yesterday for the east, and will spend a year in the laboratorios of Muuich and Leipsig. Germany.