Mr. Appleyard of Lansing, contractor, was in town Tueaday. Rev. N. A. Saxton of Manchester was u the city on Tuesday. Rev. R. B. Pope goes to Pontiac Sunday to dedícate new church. Steintield the Clothfcr has sold out to lis cleiks Messrs Blitz and Langsdorf. August Widermann is able to get out of doors. He is still at Mr. Durheim's. Prof. A. E. Haynes, of Hillsdale college was in the city Saturdsy haring his eyes treated. Dr. Breakey has entirely recovered from his recent lUness and is again busy vith work. Andrew Cliraie and daughter Mary lave returned from Eaton Rapids improved in health. Frank Goodale, after getting married igain, is putting a new roller process into his mili at Delhi. Ex-City Recorder Myron French has een in the city during the week visiting lis numerous frieiuls. Charles C. Robison, sou of the üouuty 31erk and John Lowry have returned from Dakota to spend the Winter. William B. Lewitt, formerly of Ann Arbor, is professor of anatomy in the University of California Medical departtnent. Miss Hattie Martin went to Ann Aror, Saturday last, to spend several months studying music. - Pinckney Disatch. Mrs. R. A. Beal is slowly and steadily spiining strength. She sits up every day ind can walk across the room, but with ilifficulty. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Qieske of Sharon celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage on Friday evening last. About 200 were present. Mrs. W. C. Cunningham and little Jaughters Daisy and Jessy returned to heir home in Detroit Friday after a two weeks visit with their parents. Prof. Moses T. Brown, of Tufts college ïoston has been visiting Prof. Payne and ex-Gov. Felch. Tuesday afternoou he gave a lecture on the Delsarte system of philosophy in Prof. Payne's room.