Couiity Clerk Elect Howlett is In the city to-day. Mrs. Chas. J. Kintucr did not leave for Washington, until Tuesday. Mayor Hobison has gone to Toledo to-day to visit Stephen Fairchikl. Dr. W. W. Rnmsay lectures this week at East Saginaw, Ovid and Chelsea. A. J. Sawyer was ciilled to Chelsea last Monday by thesevere Uness of hls brother'rf wife. Walter Lathrop and wife took their Thankssiving turkey in Detroit, with a sister of Mr. L. Yesterday intelligence frora Stephen Fairchild was to the effect tuat he was more coinfortable. John II. Miner is assistiiig Albert Sorg in sol ving the mystery of the plaguey figures during t:ix time. Charles Tozer, brotuer of Mr. W.W.Tozer, made bim a brief visit last week. His home is in California. Wm. Straith, managn of Cherry Vale farm, Pittsflold, lias moved intothe house vacated by J. T. Jacols. Evart H. Scott went to Grand Rapids yesterday a. m. to attend a meeting of tho state Horticultural Society. Dr. Smith wascilled to Albion last Sunday to see Mrs. Fall, and anothur patiënt, relurning Monday mornlng. Charlie Jones of Charlotte, ia closing out husiness thero, and on Jan. lst will remove to Wichita, Kangas. Mrs. Anna Watrous, of Burlington, Kaniis. daughter of Tlios. F. Leonaid, is in the ciiy for a few week's visit. Mrs. Porter Lithrop, of Detroit, has "" v-uiicu in .uní jvruor oy me íuness of her mother, Mrs. John Thompson. Miss Grace Taylor, now teaching in Owosso, took TlianksgmiiL dinner with lier motlier, Mrs. Taylor, on Monroe et. Prof. E. Baur has been up in Huron eounty for a few dav?, visitin;; liis son, Bertrand, who la nicely locatcd at Bay Port. Miss Sarah Ellsworth has returned from a Thanksgiving week vtsit with the family of C. F. Burton, on Brainard st , Detroit. -Mr. Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, of Chicago, has been the guest of C. Mack and fainily for several days during the past week. Among the Ann Arbor people who spent Tbuluglvlng in Dundee were D. Cramer and wife, Dr. and Mrs. ölate, and R. M. Coate. Miss C.inic Baxter, who is teaching n Detroit, has been visitin;; her mother, Mrs. Ilenry Baxter, on E. Catharine st., during the week. Dewitt C. Fall was in Albion Sunday and Monday to see his mother who 13 quite Hl, and being very aged, 7C years, her recovery is doubtful. I. Giles Lewis, of Chicago, spent Snnday with C. S. Mlllen and fainily. Mrs. Lewis was called here some time since by tlie illnessof her mother, Hrs. C. II. Jlillen. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Ohlinger, for 10 years misfionaries in China, with their family, anl Miss MintiieSchvveiiifiirth of Marión, O., ure vUHiug with Prof. E Baur, W. Huron st. Mr. Olilinger intcnds to settle here durin? his vacation, and to give lectnres in tbif country 011 China and the Oriënt in general, wliile Mrs. Ohlinger inteiule to attend medical lectures in the uuiversity and pursue the study of medicine.