Hon. L. G. Mason, of Muskegon, was in own last Friday. Selleck Wood left Wednesday for an cx;ended trip throush tho Western States, on usiness pertaining to the fruit trade. A. W. Amos and Jas. O'Brien, of the express ffice were at Flint Tuesday, as wituesses in ie McNamee body-suatching trial. Chas. G. Cropsey, of Chicago, and brother of ■. W. Cropsey of this city, was in town durng the past week, visiting relatives and old riends. Jas. P. Boyd, of this city, and of the Medial class, lelt Wednesday for the Brooklyu Ledical College, where he will continue his udies. Prosecuting Attorney Holly, of Wayne ounty, was in the city Tuesday, in the interst of a ckent of his, who has a case in the ireuit Court. Dr. E. Watson returned from the transit of Venus party at Pekin, Wednesday ïiight. He nforms us that the Professor will not return ntil November. Mr. J. A. Scott and wife and Hon. H. W. ogers and wife arrived at Jacksonvilie, Fa., rriday, the 17th inst., where they will remain bout two weeks before going up the river St. ohns. One of the largest audience ever convened t the Methodist Church was present last Sunay evening to witness the marriage of a mem)er of the Senior Medical class, Mr. Georgo E. anford, and Miss Mary Royall. Aiter the treliminaries of the evening service were conuded, as the choir sang an appropriate nthem, the bride and groom, decked in their uptial garbs, marched up the aisle to the tar, and were joined in the holy bonds of matrimouy by Bev. W. H. Shier. Our wish is vat their inexperienced barque may ever esape the shoals and quicksauds of connubial ife, and May mutual JOTS their mutual trust combine, And love and love-boru confidence betheirs.