= mime nciuuiau iiasreuirneu irom Europe. Dr. Rose carne home from Chicago to vote on Moiulay. E. B. Poiul was liome this week au moved his family to Jackson. Mrs. Prot Wïnctiell has leturned from a visit of about a week, in DetroitJ. J. Goodyear was suminoned to De troit by telephone Tuesday morning to testify in the Maclean case. Arthur Berry of Greenville, Montcalra Co., one of the early settlers of this coun ty, lias been back her on a short visit. Miss Wilaon of the St. James botel who has been 011 a few weeks visit to her form er home in New Jersey, returnctl Saturday night. Anthony McReynolds, of Ohio, one o the pioneers of the underground railroad came to town Friday and remained for several days. Miss Mary Burkhart, of Ann Arbor, is vislting wlth her consin, Miss Anna Mauser. She will remain a couple of weeks. - Saline Observer. Rev. Mr. Holmes the Congregational minister, of Chelaea, wat in the city Tuesday with his wife, and attended the lecture in the eveuing. Tlie followiiig persons came down from Dexter Tuesday niglit to hear Oough's lecture: Mr. Lewis Briggg and wife; Rev. Wm. George; A. R. Beal and wife; Geo. Sill and wife; R. C. Reeves and wife; Rev. Mr. Mosher and wife; Mrs. Williams, O. Vaughn and Miss Waldron.