1 hos. F. Leonnrd is slowly recoverIng. Dr. Fi-otliingbam hu heen on the sick list tor several days. Miss Mairgic Hnrkius is visiting Mrs. ;. Brandeaborg, In Jackson. Miss Eliza Ladd visited friei)ds in Detroit last Sutiu-day and Sunday. Mr. John Klng of Ypsilnnti was in the city on Saturday last on business. Eugene K. Frueaufl' took ¦ business trip to Cinciunati during the past weck. Mr. and Mr?. J. N. Bailey have been visiting friends in Detroit during the week. L. W. Briggs, of Dexter, dropped in upon us yesterday happy and hale as of (iir. E lidene E. Beal, made hls first appearance at this office yesterday, since his illness. Mrs. Martha Corbin, of Dundee, has been visitiiijr friends in Ann Arbor during the past week. Mrs. C. R. Keraick, of E. Catharine 8t., is visiting friends in Grand Kapids for a few weeks. Jas. Tolbert was in Ann Arbor Friday, on his way to Minnesota to look after lauded interests there. Deputy Clerk .las. A. Iiobison has 'een conlined to liis rooni by sickness for several days past. Messrs. Sawycr A Kuowlton werc in Laniing the greater part of lat weck attending to court business. Mrs. O. Ii. Pack leave.s to-niourow afternoon for .Washington, D. ('., to visit lier daiightcr, Mrs. Kiutner. Oapt. (J. II. Manly went to Jucluou yesterday to make arrangenients lor Ilic irnaton of the old lst regtaent A. L, Noble is aroutid once more but nol vet able to pul on the gloves with John L. Bullirán, for iii9tance. 1. C. Fall has not been umOBg the pbysically viorous for the p:tst few weeks, but is now on the gain. Mr. aud Mrs. J!. Waklron, of Jackëon, accompanied by their two sons, spent the I9d ith Mrs. Hallock, on Lawrence st. O. II. Park, of Honeoye Falls X. Y, cousin of C. S. and D. C. Fall, spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in the city. Dr. WlUoa lias so far recoverod his health, that he bas resumed his former practico of medicino ii this city and vicinity. Mrs. .1. 9. McDnwcU, niatrun of the county liooNi, visited Bij; Kupida last week, called tlicrr by the scvere illness of a brotber. Miss Cliltteuden, ouc of the high school teachers, who has been absent on account of the sickness and death of her mother, lias leturncd. W. D. Green, Supt. of the easteru dist. of Mich., for the Jïell TeleDhone Co., was in the city yesteiday, the guest of Thoa. .1. Keech. JHrs. W. F. Mimson and two clnlüren who have been visiting Mrs. S.'s fathe r at Hastinj, for tlie past two weeks are expectcd home to-dny. At ii pioneer meeting held ín Coldwater lust week, E. H. rond of tliis city responded to a toast : " The Pioneer Boy.'1 He was a resident of tliat city in its early days. The following gentlemen of this city attended the Michigan Club banquet at Detroit Monday night. E. B. Abel Auditor General Stevens, Dr. W. F. Breakey. 3. T. .Tamba. OoL H. S r)pn. Senntor Eempf, A. Campbell, and J. E. Beal.