Gilbert Bliss is down witb the pra veiling influenza. Judge Kinne went to Monroe ye-terday to hold court . John Boylan has been wrestllng witli the grlppe during the week. E. E. Beal has been conQuei] to liis home several days this week. Miss Polhemu?, of Detroit, is viíiting Mrs. F. A. Howlett, on K. Ann st. Rev. Mr. Tatlock went tn Dötroit yesterday to atteml a Sunday School lastitute. Mre. J. C. Watts, who li is heen dangerously sici, is slowlv regaluing her health. Dr. J. N. Martin, who lias been feiiously ill, is GOnmleslug and expeets to be out in a day or so. John Schumacher had a surgrfcal operation perfonned yesterday, and is saiü to be progressing linely. Miss Anna Ladd, who has been in Detroit for several montlis witli in auntisexpected home Saturday. Misses Nina nd Jennio D.ivison liave gone to Silyer Creek, N. Y., to visil relatives nnd friends tliere. Rev. Mr. Mlletser, of the Q.tnan M. EL church has been suffering for the past two weeks with the grippe. Sid. ï. Holmes, of Clnclnrxatl, was in the city Frlday, paylog a flylng visit to bU mother on Kast Huron st. Judge Cooley, accompaaied by Mrg. Cooley, eft last evening for a aoulhcro trip, in the hope of tindinr In the southern climate a beneficial intluencc upon his health. Mrs. R. L. Warren was called to Lansing last week by the death of her mother Mrs. C. M. Beecher, at the advanced age of 80 years, having died on the 25ï.h day of January. Miss Adelaide Knight expects to Jeave in a week or two for Europo, in company with Hon. O. M. Barnes and fuinlly of Lansin?. She expects to meet hiT brother Prot George W. Kuight in Dresden.