Judge Joslyn is now bolding couit In Monroe. Miss Mary OlouuiuU visitiug frieud iu Cleveland. Llcwollyii Ncwman, ot 'l'oi'tlund, isvisiting at N. H. VVinan'g. Miss Ilattie F. Kelth, of Dexter, g vis iting relativos ia the city. Miss Josie Gifford of Detroit, is a guest of Mrs. Norton, on N. State st. Airs. W. R. Hondcrson left last e ven ing for St. Paul, to &ttend the icccarnival. Geo. Doyle, of Jackson has been visiting liis triend Geo. Killer during the woek. Miss Tinkcr, of Jackson, has been visiting Miss Wiiifj on ta te st., during the week. Miss Lulu Hangsterfer has returned from Detroit, and will now remain at home. Haskell E. King of Ypsilanti was in the city last Thursday visiting relatives and friends. Miss Carrie Bell spent Sunday in the city with her parents, her father being in very poor health. E. B. Abel and II. W. Hayes contémplate attending the ice palace carnival at St. Paul next week. Prof. Jas. C. Wood has rented the new liouse of D. Cramur on División st., and will soon remove thereto. The bargain which Fred Cutlcr made for the Charlotte hotel has fallen through, and 80 Fred is looking elsewhcre. Mrs. John Thompson has returned trom the snow crowned shores of Florida, preferring to take Dakota blizzards in Michigan. Mrs. E. R. Goodyear, ol Groton, N. Y., is expected at her son's, J. J. Goodyear's to-day, for a short stay, on her way to Sansas. J. J. Fischer and Gottlob Luick are atteuding the A. O. U. W. grand lodge now in session at Detroit, as delegates froui tlie Ann Arbor lodge. Kdilic Conklin and wife, of Jackson tare been visiting Mrs. C.'s home during the week. Miss Jennie Quinlan who has been visiting at Jackson, Grass Lake, etc returned home with them. H. J. Brown and wife were cnlled to iochester, N. Y., last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Perkins, formerly Miss Jayeox, a sister of Mrs. Brown and quite well known in the city.