- Bishop Gülesjne is in the city, on a short visit. - P. H. Abel leaves for N"ew York to-day, for the purpose of purchasiug a new stock of Spring goods. - D. Henning and wife, ot Chicago, have been visiting their old friends in this city during the past week. - We learn that the health ot A. K. Hale, since his arrival at the home of his father, at Adams, Jf. Y., is gradually improving. - Hon. L. D. Norris, of Grand Rapids, and )emocratic candidate for Justice of the Sureme Court, was in town Tuesday, and called on mauy of his old friends. - O. A. Critchett, of Monroe, was in the city Monday, obtauiing signatures to a petition for the appointment of Hon. E. Willetts to the vacancy occasioued by the death of Judge Lougyear. - Alderman Walker, taking advantage of the late pleasant spell of weather, has muterially improved the appearance of his residence in the Third ward, by the addition of a new pórtico. - Mrs. Dr. Stone, of Kalamazoo, talked to the Woman's Club, at the residence of Israel Hall, on Tuesday evening, concerning intellectuïil culture and growth, and the means to be employed or used : such or similar club being one of them.