Judge Cooley is in Lansing. Prof. C. K. Adams ia in Iowa. A. L. Noble is slowly improving in health. Miss K. Rogéis is visiting relatives in Buffalo. Prof. Tyler will not go to Europe this summer. J. P. Lawrence lias a new row boat. It is a daisy. Fletcher A. Jewell is going back to Kaciue to reside. Judge Page of Doxter contémplales a trip to Nebraska. Jno. F. Lawrenco spent Suuday with his Detroit friends. A. J. Sawyer is in Detroit arguing a case in the U. S. court. Mrs. J. Berolzheiiner, of Kalamazoo, spent Sunday in this city. There was a lawn party Friday evening on the grounds of Ö. P. Jewett. Miss Kittie I. Zahn, of New York city is the guest of Mrs . M. F. Miley. The officers of the Kuights of the Maccabees were installed Monday evening. Mrs. Cleaver, anieceof the late Chas. Kitson, has arrived in this city f rom Englaud. Prof. E. Baar bas been elected corresponding secretary of the pouiological society. Jno. llenly was able to come to the city Saturdüy, the first time in mauy weeks. F. E. Randall is now manager of the District Package and ISaggage Express in Detroit. Policemen Millmau and Porter have been reappointcd on the force by Chief Clarken. Mrs. M. A. Day is attending the state temperance convention in session in East Sagina . Rev. Mr. Alabaster will exchange pulpits next Sunday wilu Rev. J. II. Bayhss of Detroit, A Spaulding has moved his family to Kansas City, Mo., where he will hereaf ter reside. Frank Lewis, proprietor of the Lewis house at Michigan Centre, was in the city over Sunday. Cha3. Boylan is one of the special deputy sheriffs at Whitmore Lake during the camp meeting. Miss Jane Condón, of this city, and Dr. A. Maclean, of Leadville, Col., were married Tuesday. J. B. Moloney will continue to dischirgi the duties of the office of clerk of Ihe supeiior court, Detroit. Alfred J. Millard, for the past year a clerk in the postoffice, has charge of the Cook house billiard parlors. Mrs. Dr. Franklin has returned from a visit to the White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier county, West Virginia. üeo. L. Stone, M. D., who is now in Richmond, Va., isa member of the firm of Drs. Barrett& Stoue, No. 100 Seventh street, corner of Franklin. Past Sir Knight D. Cramer will represent Arbor tent K. of the M. of the world at a seasion of the grand lodge to be held in Detroit next Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. Sheehan were given a surprise by some 50 of their friends Friday eveuing. A bountiful repast was served, when the company daiued to the music of the Minuis orchestra. Notwithslanding Senator liose received a number of telegrama Friday from his coiistitueuts to vote against the Ontonagou and Brult; River bilí, he disregarded their wishes by voting in favor of its passage. Judge Cheever received a telegram Tuesday f rom Jas. Kitson of London, Eug. , stating he would sail for America nuxt Monday. He comes to this country on business connected with his brother's estáte.