Philip Bach aod daughter, Matie, are visiting in New York. Mr9. Mary E. Foster spoke upon temperance in Jackaon last Friday. Chief of the Detroit fire department, Battles was in the city last Wedneday. Geo. W. Cropsey's father, John O. Cropsey, celebrated his 91st birthday yenterday. Mr. W. K. Childs, sergeant at arms of the house, was in the city the fore part of tko week. Mr. De Witt Beal, of Maceton, N. V., is visiting relativos and friends in thi.s city and Dexter. llon. A. J. Sawyer has been absent in Lansing several days in attendance upon the suprerae court. Mis. F. H. Kelly, of Cleveland, Ohio, il vNiting at her father's, S. P. Jewett's on west Huron strect. Godfrey VVagner, one of Ann Arbor's old time boys, now living in Chicago, haa been visiting bis old home the past week. John B. Malony, a resident of this city wlnle a youth, at present clerk of the superior court, Detroit, was in the city Monday. Two daughters of Mr. Albert Case, of Manchester, are spending a few days with their friend, Mrs. Ralph C. Whiting, and their cousin Clara Case. Messrs. VV. D. Harriman, Charlea E. Hiscock, Zach. Koath and E. D. Lewis have been in Detroit this weele, in ttendancc upon the grand lodgo of F. and A. M. Mr. Rozelle Rose, of the Petoskey Democrat, was a caller at the Courier office last Monday. He expressed himaelf as beÍDg very mach pleasod with the looien of our city and county. .Mr. J. G. Mason, of Adrián, was in the city last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mason will celébrate the twenty-flfth anniversary of their uiarriage on the 3d of February Dext at their residence, on Front street, in Adrián. Chas. B. Cramptun, of Flint, who graduuted f'roui the university with the [barmacy class of '71, was in the city last Wodochday, and a caller at the Courier office. Charüe is one of the old Ann Ar)or boys.