Prof. J. C. Knowlton has been slightlj indisposed during the week. A. L. Noble who ha9 been confined te lus house so many weeks, is slowly improvini;. Jas. Vernor, of Bay City, visited hls brother Itobertforseveral daysduringthe week past. Martin Clark returned last night from a three week's trip in the northern part of the state. Will Gerstner non smlles a smile full of happiness and cigars, for he answers to the uame of " papa. ' G. 8. Pitkin, of Petrolla, Ont., is expected home to-night, cal led liere by the severe illness of hls sister, Essie. Mr. W. H. French has returned from Pottsville, Penn., and is spending the week with his family on División street. Wetcome Httle straager, You've made our lióme so glad You're mamma's llttle darllug, And look juut llke your dad. John Wahk. County Treasurer Belser went to Lanainif Monday andsettled with State Treasurer and Auditor General, returuine yeterday. Dr. Mead went to Ann Arbor to-day to see his mother who is ffeUIog from injuries reodfd a short tune since.- Dundee Reporter. Hon. A. J. Sawyer has been to Ithaca during the week, engaged in a sult involvIng soine $200,000 worth of property, and he gained his case. J. E. Beal, editor of the Coiïrier, arrived home Saturday p. m., looking as if the sun and breezes of the Bermudas had heallli giving properties. Kobert and Christian Rayer, left the city Monday for Tacoma, Washington Territory, uld to be the most beautiful yalley in the United States. Misg Lizzie Hulett, of Baltimore. who has been visiting at Capt. McGilvery's on Thompson st. during the past few monthg, leaves for her home to-morrow. George Haviland's genial face is seen opon our street once more. He has been traveling all overttie country for the past few week?, but looks as if it was congenial to his nature. Mrs. M. T. Featherly of Marysville, Calwith her two children, is visiting her fa. Uier. Mr. P. Kennedy. The editor iskindly reniembeifd with ügs and leinong fresh from the groves of California. E. J. Morton, who has been foreman of the Register office for the past few years, has been obliged to retire from active work because 'f fa'ling eyesight. We hopo Ed. will soon be restored to perfect healtk. Lou and Roe Hunt returned on Monday evening from Rhode Island where thcy had gOM with the remains of their mother. They leave next week for the former's cattle ranch uear Medora, Biid Landt, Dakota. Mrs. I)i'. Neilly, of Utica, N. T., is visitinr Mr. and Mrs. V. H. French. Corner Bowery and División uta. Dr. B. Neilly, of the medical classof '77 had a very large practiee in Indiana until stricken down with the hand of death from overwork.