ZinaP. Kingwasin Detroit yesterdav. T. J. Ileech was In Detroit. TuesJay. Mss JSTettie Ames is visiling Detroit friends. Judge Cooley is visiting his family ihis week. Mr. Benjamin Martin, of I5ay City. ie in the city. Byron Corbin, of Dundee, was in tlie city yesterday. Dr. Dougla8 Sewell is home again and looking exceediugly well. Matthew tieeger, ex-supervisor of Saline, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Chas. Woodward, of Detroit, is visiting at her pareuts this week. Mr. George S. Ilaviland left Monday for his summer resort at Gogebic. Mrs. J. V. Babbitt, oí Ypsilanti, attended the funeral of Dr. Dunster. Jas. Nelson was with his old friends and neighbors in Dundee, last week. Miss Celle, of New York City, is iting her sister, Mrs. George S. Morris. D. F. Schairer left Monday for Omaha, Nebraska.to be absent for a month. Inspector General Newbeiry,of Coldwater, was in the city the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hill, of Detroit, spent Sunday with their father, Calvin Bliss. Mrs. Lathrop, of New York City, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dr. A. B. Palmer. Rev. S. Earp attended the convocation at Hilisdale, Tuesday and VVednesday of this week. Mrs. Turrel, of the fifth ward, ís visiting her brother, Dr. Schuyler, of Azalia,this week. Miss Watkins, of Manchester, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. S. W. Clarksoii this week. Mr. William Condón returned, Monday, to lloughton, trom a visit of several days with bis family. Miss Clara Dillingham, of Coldwater bas accepted the position of re-toucher in Krueger's photographis studio. Miss Clara Wheeler has recently been in Algiers and is now in Spain. She sails for home June 2, from Antwerp. Miss Ormsby, formerly of thiscity, but now a resident ofcBrooklyn, N. Y, is visihug Mrs. Dr. Cowles on Ann St. Mrs. N. Bailey leaves for Wichita, Kan., next Wednesday, where she expects to retnain if satisíiecl with the country. Mrs. Henry Lee, who has been yisiting her sister, Mrs. II. Ilurd, for several weeks, returned to her home in Tecurnseh to-day. Mr. and Mrs. 13. B. Morgan were surprised by a party of fif ty friends on the fifteenth anniversary of their wedding, Monday evening, presenting them with a handsome crystal water set. County Treasurer Fred Belser returned from a visit to New Washington, Ohio, Friday. He assumes his new position as cashier of the Farmers & Mechanics Bank next Monday. George Fitzmier, a former Ann Arbor boy, now of Toledo, wa in the city Wednesday looking very smiling. The secret of the sinile is that George is to be married on the 23rd to Miss Louise Sebastian, of Toledo. Hon. C. R. Whitman, J. W. Babbitt, N. E. Sutton, James Kearns, W. H. Mclntyre, L. Blaess, J. E. Bach and S. W. Beakes, left on the Grand Rapids, Wednesday, for the democratie conven" tion at Graüd Rapids.