Miss Amanda Reyer bas been visiting frieuds iu Defroit. Miss Hattie Warner is assistaut to City Treasurer Seyler these days. Mrs. C. H. Easton is visiting Jaokson friends for a oouple of weeka. Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Maynard celebrated their 61st wedding anuiverary Tuesday. Mrs. Henry T. Sotaulz and daughter Mabel are oonvalescing frona their recent illuesH. Miss EmiJy Feiner, who has been vary ili for the past two weeks, is convalesciug. Rt. Rot. Bishop T. F. Davies aüd Hou. E. T. Sloonm, of Detioit, were in the city oa Toesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodard, of Detroit, have been visiting Anu Arbor frieuds and relativas. Mrs. K. Secord, of Kalamazoo, who has been the gnest Mrs. T. W. Mingay, returned home Wednesday. Ottmar Krapf, of Saginaw cast side, is spending a few days with his brother, Herman Krapf, of Detroit st. H. G. íPrettyman attended a board meeting of tb.9 Leagne of Amerioan Wheeimen at Detroit, Wednesday. Miss Libbie Boland, of Grass Lake, is the gnest of Mrs. Gregory Dibble. She will stay here for about two months. Heiman Krapf laffc for New York Wednesday afternoon, in response to a telegram annonnoing the death of bis brother Henry. Dr. D. Zimmermann's oondition is leported as faaving assumed a more serióos pfaase, be baving bad an attaok of paralysis in addition to bis otber illness. C. G. Liddell, who bas been witb the Wm. Walkey Soap JMannfactnring Co., of St. Louis, Mo., for seven ears past, 3 as returned to bis home un Miller ave., and will remain for an indefinito period. Col. H. S. Dean and Major Harrison Soule attended a meeting of the Loyal Legión in Detroit, Thuraday of last wek. The legión was delightfully entertained at tbat time at the residence of Col. H. M. Daffield. The Misses Nellie Terrey, Mary Rinsey, Allie Butler, Katberine Herey, Sarah O'Brien, Kate Faylon, and Rosa floran went to Ypsilanti Sunday to be present at a reception of the öodality of the Saored Heart. JMrs. B. St. James chaperoned the party.