Connty Treasurer Rohfuss, of Ann Arbor, was in town on business last Friday. Bessie Dorr, of Iron Oreek, has been visiting friends in town. Mrs. D. Hall spent Snnday with friends in Ypsilanti. Bernhardina Uphaus, of Ann Arbor, has been visiting frienda in and about Manchester. Henry Fox, of Dowagiac, formerly of Manchester, gave his friends a pleasant .visit a few days. Mrs. F. J. Farrell was in Ann Arbor last Thursday. Viola Shnll, of Tecumseb, was the guest of the Misses Farrell last Friday. Mrs. Bert Fall, of Jackson, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Grossman. Ida Achile spent Sunday with Brooklyn friends. Christ Marx went to Detroit Monday on business. Martha Layer, of Jackson, bas been visiting her parents. Mrs. Henry Cash, of Brooklyn, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly from Saturday until Monday. Helen M. Oarpenter, of Horton, has been visiting friends in town the past week. Mrs. Goodell and daughter Mande, spent a few days with Napoleon friends. Mr. John Braun and daughters, Lydia and Cora, were in Bridgewater Siinday visiting relatives. John Schaible, son of Michael i Sohaible,left Monday morning for Baltimore, Md. , to take the steamer for Barmen, Gemany, where he is going to study for a missionary. His many friends wish him success. The show window of VV alter C. Maok's stOT' is a great afctraction for both oíd i nd young. Mr. August Nisle is a very artistic draper. Wurster Bros. & Co. are having a fine, large warehouse erected on Ann Arbor street. The young men give their return danoiDg party nexfc Taesday evening, April 14. Mr. Eckert, who has been teaching Germán school in this village dnring the winter, has bought a farm in Freedorn and moved hís family onto the same last Wednesday. Heliker & Meyers have purchased the leaee of Mr. Robbius, and have taken possession of the Freeman house.