Walter Mack is visiting friends a Denver, Col. J. Austin Scott has returned froin his eastern visit. Mrs. Dr. McLachlan is spending a couple of days in Detroit. Miss Allie Curtís attended the Governor's reception at Detroit last evening. Mrs. Joseph Clark returned from a visit to Monroe, last Saturday evening. Mrs. Henry Wade Rogers, of Evanston, was in Ann Arbor a few days last week. Chas. Mann, of East Tawas, has been visiting his old home in this city for a few days. Mra. John Ferdon gives au afternoon tea at her residence on AVashtenaw ave. this afternoon. Mrs. S. W. Clarkson, who has been spending some time at Alma, returned home Monday. County Clerk Artliur Brown and wife attended the Governor's reception at Detroit last evening. Evart H. Scottlias returned home, and is smiling upon friends in his usual pleasant way again. Edward Hutzel went to Chicago Friday to remain about one week with his sister, Mrs. T. Schmid. Miss Ethel Crawford and Miss Valentine, of Philadelphia, are guosts of Miss Henriques, of S. Fifth st. Mra. Thos. Hayley, of E. Liberty st. is suffering from a íall received a few days since and is quite ill. Hon. Martin Crocker and wife, of Mt. Clements, are visiting Mrs. Crocker's sister, Mrs. John W. Bennett. Mrs. Lee, of Tecumseh, who has been the guestof Mrs. Prof. Geo. S. Morris, on S. State st., has relamed home. James Tolbert, of E. Saginaw was in the city Saturday, looking after lus ailmirabiy managed interests liere. Mrs. Prof. A. A. Stanley gave e ladies' reception on Friday afternoon of last week whicli was a pleasant affair. Mrs. Sidney C. Eastman, of Chicago, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Israel Hall. Mr. Eastman was here over Sunday. Miss Ada Hasbruck, who has been visiting her sister Mrs. Moses Seabolt, returned home to Marshall Saturday. A brilliant reception was given by Mrs. Israel Hall last Saturday p. m., at her fine residence on Washtenaw ave. Mrs. Taylor, wife of Prof. Taylor of Albion College, was at her father's, Mr. Benj. Brown's, for a brief stay recently. Mr. and Mrs. (eo. H. Pond were among the guests at the reception in Detroit last evening, tendered to Gov. Winans. Mrs. Dr. S. M. Heartly returned last evening from Milwaukee, Wis., where she had been to attend her daguhter, Mrs. Killilea. A pleasant reception was given by Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Herdman at their residence on E. Huron st., on Tuesday evening ot' last week. Among the Ann Arbor people attending the Governor's levee at Detroit last evening, were Mrs. Geo. A. Douglass, Mrs. Prof. Levi D. Wines, Miss May Wing, Messrs. J. D. Kyan, Thos. D. Kearney, J. V. rSheehan-, Fred. McOmber and James L. DufFy. A magnificent Mehlin piano finished iu mahogauy, has been received by the Allmendinger Piano & Organ Co., for Frederick Schmid. Hon. James S. Gorman, congressman elect for this district, has rented his farm in Lyndon, and wiB sell off the personal property at auction. A small room has been partitioned off in the rear of O. M. Martin's undertaking rooms where bodies awaiting shipment or burial may be placed. Bey. Mills Gelston preached in th First Presbyterian Church, Detroit, las Sunday, Rev. Mr. Bronson filling hi pulpit here both morning and evening. Mrs. Ann Benton, aged 80 years, died Monday a. m., at the residence oí her daughter, Mrs. Comstock F. Hill, in Lodi. Funeral services were held yesterday from the residence. Last Friday Mary F. Fitchell died a the residence oL her grandmother, Mm Howley, in the Fourth vard, aged 16 yea'rs, of consumption. Funeral services were held Mouday morning l'rom St. Thomas church. Adrián Press: "Mr. and Mrs. Junius E. Beal, of the Aan Arbor Coubibb have goue to the Bermudas for a few week's recreation and pleasure. Ilenry George is one of the party accompanying tliem. Neither eau complain thiit they did not have good company." If the plan to appropriate a half million dollars by the present legislatura to pay back to counties amounts paid to the State for delinquent tax sale balances goes through, Washtenaw county will get $120.01 out of the deal. Saginaw county gets over 6ó,500, and Monroe gets 46,471.20. The Chicago Inter-Ocean of Feb. lith, contains an extended account of the wedding on the 4th inst., of Miss Grace Noble Moon, daughter of ex-Senator John W. f on of Muskegon, and niece of Mrs. M. M. Tuttle, of Ann Arbor, with Mr. Clarence Hunkle Bradley, of Chicago. Theceremony was performed in the M. E. ohurch of' Muskegon, and the wedding was one of the most brilliant affaire ever witnessed in that city.