Mrs, Goodyear has been 11 for several days. Irvitig K. Pond, of Chicago, carne home to pass the Sabbath. Hiratn Lang, of Marquette, is visiting Mr. Robert Slianuon. John Moore, the bookseller, has been out of town several daya. Judge A. D. Cratie of Dexter, was in to vrn Wednesday on business. Mrs. R. A. Beal has been spending a few days with relatives in Kalama.oo. Miss Albright of Brighton spent a few days last week with friends in the city. Dr. W. F. Breakey bas returned trom Saginaw, where he had been for a few days. John Kuhn, formeily from Ann Arbor, but recently ftom Grand Rapids, has gone to Dakota. Louis J. Fasquelle on Monday left for Washington to take a place in the department of Agriculture. Mr. C. S. Milieu starts for New York, and Boston, to-day to purchase new spring goods for D. F. Schal rer. William Emmert, the genial editor of the Chelfiea Herald, was agnin in town Saturday on-his way to Saline, where, wc understand, he takes great interest in calling o-i friends. O. B. Church, of this office, left last night for Venice, Shiawassee county. He was called away by the death of his father, Henry Church, who was nearly 90 j-ears old, and had been in the county over 50 years.