Dr. O. C. Jenkins was n Teeumseh, Snndny. E. Duiiovan, of Cleveland, O., formerly of this city, is here to-day. Miss Westfall of Lima was in llie city on u visit h few days ago. Wm. Tuomey, of Dexter, is now employed at Bliu & Ungadorfg. Martin Keek, of Chicago, brother of John Keek, was in the city last week. Mií. Prof. Morris returned Thursday, from a visit with lier sister in N. Y. city. Miss Lulu Bell has been at home a few days on a visit, but has now returned to her school. Mrs. W. L. Watkins, of Manchester, visited friends here last week, returning home Satiirday. Uessrs Cast, Williams and Goodspeed In business in this city, spend iheir Sundtys in Ypsilaati. Walter S. Hicks was called to Cariandaigua, N. Y. Monday by the death of his niother whose funeral is to-day. Trof. C. H. Cole and wife, of the Salem school?, spent several duys with Mr. Cole's piirents here last week. Charlie Woodward, of the Cook, is off duty nursing au attack of quinsy. C. J. Busli offleiates as clerk meantiine. Miss Klla Danfels has returned from Alpena. where she has recently paid a shorc visit to relativos and frieuda. Dr. Kapp, of this city, has been made one of the members of the board of counselors of the Detroit Medical college. Miss Minnie Russ, who has been stopping at Dr. Rose's tor a short time past, has returned home to Soutli Bend, Ind. F. A. Voorheis, formerly a clerk for Sheehaa 4 Co., has takeu the aarency for the Mutual life nsurance company, of I Detroit. Mr. Ashton, of Columbus O.,fatherof ! Mrs. Joe T. Jacobs, a visiting with theui this weck. He caine to our city from SU. Clemens. George A. Douglas received a dispatch , Monday morniug that his mother had ! died in Detroit. ll- imniediately started i for that city. Mrs. Wood, her daughter Mary, and Mr. Giller, of Aun Albor, spent Sunday in this city, being the guests of Kr. and! Mrs. Chas. H. Whitman. - Ypsilantian. M. M. Peck, clerk at the 8t. James for sonie time, hasengaged with Heavenrieh [ Bros., Kast Saginaw, as manager of their hat department. Mr. Fred Culbr suc ceeds hiin. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Day celébrate the forty-fourth aaniveisary of their marriage at their home on Washtenaw Avenue Satiirday evening. Quite a large company was present to enjoy their bountiful hospitaüty and to wish them many additioual 3'ears of' their happy wedded life. Mis. S. S. Blitz and famity went to Detroit, Monday, to spend about two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Kaichen, and friends. At Mrs. Kaiclien's yesterday, a birthday party was indulged in at which soine tweuty-seven grand-ehildren were expected. Before returning home Mrs. Blitz will yisic iu Canada.