G. B. Shetterly, of Streator, 111. , returned home Friday af ter a few days' visiting iu this city. W. H. ï3ketterly, of Kalamazoo, was in the city last week to attend the funeral of his father. G. E. Moore retumed to Lansing Monday morniug. Mrs. Win. H. Shetterly and daughter of Kalamazoo, are sppnding a few days in the city with friends and relativos. Henry Binder, of Detroit, spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. Jacob Klein, jr. , of Lima, spent several days this week with her uncle, L. Gruner, and family. Mrs. J. H. Cuttiag left Wednesday for Bath, Maine, to be gone several weeks. Dr. P. C. Freer was oonfined to thé house several days this week by illness. Mr. Cook, of Dexter, was ia the city last Satnrday. City Attorney Kline returned Monday from a business trip to Sagiuaw. Harry W. Hawley, of Chicago, was in the city this week. James Hawkes, who has been visiting his daughter and son in Lincoln, Neb., since Octoberhas returned home. Albert O. Schuniacher attended the meeting of the state board of pharmaoy at Grand Rapids this week. Miss Minnie Ginebach and Miss Myra Smith, of Brooklyn retnrned home Moaday afternoon after a several days' stay with Mrs. Noithaminer, of 104 W. Liberty street. Rice A. Beal will spend Sunday at Flint. G . W. Bullis left Monday for an extended trip in the sonth. Adolph Deihl, of JRichmond, Ind., is visiting his mother, Mrs. M. Deihl, on Packard street, for a few days. Geo. Frey, of Emery, was in the city yesterday. Win. Goodyear was in Detroit yesterday. Miss Pauline Snyder is visiting her brother and sisters in Jacks m. Theodore Reyer, L. C. Weinmann and M-wtin Sohaller attended the Detroit bench show this week. Mrs. C. A. Hendiick was in New York tbis week to buy hats and bonnets for the spring trade. Prof. and Mrs. F. M. Hamilton have returned from their Florida trip, muoh pleased with the country. Karl E. Harriman, of the Toledo Co:ninercial, was in the city for several days the fiist of the veek. Miss Nellie Burnham, of Jackson, is vsiting Miss Nina Howlett, of Ann street. O'Brien J. Atkinson, of Port Huron, was in the city Wednesday.