Peter Dignan starts for Florida to-day Kegent Geo. Duffleld was in the city ou Mondáy. Mr.s. H. A. Beal spent Thanksglvlng a NoiUiville. Miss Slinnie l'iercc, of Dundee, spen last Thursday with friends in thls city. Miss Lniii.se 1 iiKlolpli is makiiig a vlbi auiong relalives in western New York. Mrs. 6. B. Tourtillotte, of Toledo, Oliio is vislting lier daughter, Mrs. E. B. Hall Edmund Case of Plymouth, Oliio, lias been visiting E. B. Hall during the week past. Mr. and Mrs. John Plint, of Newport Monroe Co., are rltltlng at Charles 8 Fall's. Wm. G. Doty and wife visiteil relatlves and friends in Manchester during the week paft. Mr. aud Mrs. C. H. Walker, of Detroit spent Thanksgiving with Mr. aud Mrs Israel Hall. Geo. W. Renwick and w'ife iite'turkey wlth Mrs. Franklin Hemlogwny, Northfleld, last TSrusday. S. W. Beakes, of the Adrián Record, has been in the city during the week past, a guest of Mrs. Judge Beakes. Miss Carric Bell.who is teaching in the Flint high school, Bpent nveral dayg lust week with her paients in this city. Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. Read, of Chicago, have been visitins tlieir párente, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hiscock for several days. Warren Tremaiu and wife went to Howell last Weduesday to reuiain n day or two with their daughter, Mrs. O. J. Parker. Rey. Y. W. Ramsay, was called to Chicago last Friduy by the serious illness of a sister, whoin we have since learned has died. Hon. Frank Eraerick, judLe of the Alpena circuit, has been greeting his old friends in this vicinity during the past few days. ilrs. Ambrose Cearney, formerly Mrs. Costello, and daughter May, have returned home trom an extended Btay iu Chicago. Miss Louise Meindernianii has been very sick and wishes to expres gratttude for the kindly attentions of friends and classmates. Hon. John J. Robison attended the funeral of Vice President Hendricks at Indianapolis yesterday, learing the city Monday, ]). m. T. J. "Wriglit, manager of J. B. Allcy's stock interest in New Mexico, is stopping at the Cook uousu a couple of weeks, for medical treatment. Mrs. Russ of South Bend. Ind., who has ieeil wlth her sister, Mrs. Dr. Kose, for .n ew weeks, to assist in tak ing care of their siek mother lias returned home. W. C. BpragUfl and wife, of Detroit, spent Sunday in town. Mr. Sprague is one of the rising young lawyers of H'omise in our state metropolis. Mr. and Mis. Chas H. Worden and son Wlll, attended a wedding at Mrs. Frankin Laraway's in Northfleld, on ThauksflTlng, and report, i happy time. J. 1). Warner, of Las Vegas, New Mexco, hai-been in the city daring the week )ast. He laat present seeretary of the aational stock aseociation and a jiart wner of the Xew Mexico Stock Jonrnal. A party consisting of M. C. LeBeau, J. W. Bannett, Ben. F. Watts, Dr. W. W. S'ichols. et al went down to Ypsilanti Frilay evenfng to inake 1'. A. .M.'s out of Capt. E. P. Allou and Regent C. R. Whitman. Miss Ione Hunter, of South Lyon, who ïas been trarellttg and visiting in the west since last July, arrived in Ann Arklkl- 'l'llll i u. 1h i' ulttl )IU (u.'ll !l U'U"1 it Chas. Bpoor'í for a lew days, retunvg o South Lvon veste rday.