Judge Coole7 is now at Washington. C. E. Mutschel spent Sunday at Owos?o Morris Lantï spent Sunday with friend at Howeil. J. W. Hamilton is visiting his motLer on Thayer-st. Juige Hooker, of Charlotte, was in the city, Tuesday. Dr. W. B. Smith returned Monday from ' Egypt," 111. D. Henning, of Ch'cago, h83 been in the city this week. Rev. Lang, of Daarborn, was the gues of F. Schmid over Sunday. Toph. Schmid, of Chicago, is visiting his brother, Fred Shmid. Judge and Mrs. Cooley are expectec home trom Washington soon. G-. R. Haviland retumed from a trip to Saginaw and Bay City, Siturday. Frank Collisler, of Phinwell, spent Sunday with his uncle. J. B. Hurlbert. Mrg. Jos. Z Batton, of New York, is exoeoted here this week to visit Mrs. C. 8. Mi Ier. J. V. Seyler, of Detroit, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Seyler. Orla B. Tajlir, one of Detroit's rising yonng attorneys, visited Iriends in this city over Sunday. Miss Bertha Field, of Whitmore Lake, is spendiog a few day with her cousin, Miss Nellie Childi. Will. Hayley, of Lansing, arrived home, Monday evening, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tnos. Hayley. Will. Hadley, who has been on the sick list for some tkne past, left Monday to visit his sister at Toledo. L. T. Limpert retumed Saturday from a trip to Muskegon, St. Ignaoe and the northern part of the state. Mrs. Chas. Baldwin, of Leadville, Col., is vieiting with her uncle, C. H. Millan, and her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Swathel. Mrs. Sophia Spring, who went to Sginaw laat week to attend the wedding of ler daughter, retumed home yesterday. Mrs. Friend, Mrs. Howard and the Hlsteads, of Milin, who have pained considerable notoriety through the electric sugar cases, were in the city Monday. J. C. Wat's, of Eaft Saginaw, was in the city from Tuursday ur.til Monday. He cime down to help his twin bs celébrate heir lÜh birthday, which occurred Friday. Lew8 W. James, of Siratoga Springs, ü. Y., visited his cousm, J. L. Babcick, during the past week. He repons Saratoga all rea ly for the usual rush of nummer pleasure seekers. Rev. and Mrs. Dr. Steele and daughter ?annie, srrived from San Francisco last week and are stopping at present at the residence of Mr. Taylor, No. 45 S. Fif chave. Their many friend3 will be gUd to welcome them back to the city. The family of E. F. Mili, our new dry joods merchant, will removs from Albion o this city, this week, and make their lome in the houae of Prof. Pattengill, on kionroe-st. Mr. Mills has been at Albion, his week, enjoying the pleasure of packr.g and moving his household goods.