Kil. A. Gott, Esq., of Detroit, was In the city oyer Sunday. David Godfrey is quito ill at hls home on West Huron street. Dan 8hechan, of Niles, has been in town during the week. Auditor General Stevens spent Suüday at hls home in this city. J. A. Gates has returned from a risit to friend In New York state. I). Cramer retiirned Thursday last from a trip toOwosso, Corunna, etc. John Burg and family now gee friends at Uu ir new quarters in the St. James. E. A. Allen, of the Central publishing house, Cincinnati, is the guest of Willis Boughton. Emory Townsend, recently a law student in Sawyer & Knowlton's office, has hung out his shingle at East Saginaw. Bert J. l.iiinl). who has been at his home in Mt. Clemeus for some weeks, has returned to his post at Wiuans & Stafford's store. State Sonator Chas. Henry, of Au Sauble, was in Ann Arbor over Sunday. Mrs. Henry and babe are vislting Mrs. H.'s father, .1. J. Parshall. Dr. J. M. Hoyt and wife, of Walled Lake, werc the guestsof Bcnj. Brown last week. Dr. Hoyt is one of the oldost practltioners in Oakland county. Mrs. A. Brlsbois nee Maggie O'Keefe, of Leadville, Col., who has been making an extended visit here with her parents and old friends, took her departure for home last Friday. Dr. Miles D. Goodyear and wife of Groton, New York, are visiting his brother, J. J. Goodyear, stopping off a few days on thelr way to New OrTeans. Mr. G is a gradúate of tlic medical depaitinent, class of '68. Ourold friend Isaac Wynkup, isconfined to his home by sickness, and says thal he will not be able to answerany communications for a long time yet. It is to be hoped he wlll recover his health oucj more and give us a few more chapters upon the supervisors' ealt.