PERSONAL. 11. J. Brown was in Detroit, yesterday. Congressrnan Allen was in the city, Monday. Miss Louise Gott returned last Satur day f rom Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Seabolt spent Sunday in Marshall. C.T. G. Mayer, of St. Louis, Mo., is a guest of Christian Mack. Supervisor Dwyer, of Dexter, greeted fnends in the city, Tuesday. Samuel McDonald, of south Fourth street, removed to Jacksou, Monday. Harry Donuelly goes to clerk in a store at Logansport, Indiana, the first of July. Mrs. George F. Robison and children, of Detroit, are visitiug Hou. John J. Robison. Dr. and Mis. Vaughan give a reception at their residence on Stale street, this evening. Miss Mary Rominger will accompany Detroit friends to California in a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wheelerand Mrs. Warden gave a delightful garden party yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Samuel H. Smith, nee Pitkin, and daughter, of Winthrop, Minn., is home for the summer. Mr. Edward Dygert, arTöïd Anu .rbor boy, now of Omaha, Nebraska, is visitiua his friends in the city. Joe T. Jacobs is among the Alger boomers in the Chicago convention. He is already on the scène of war. John Curtís, who has been working in a Windsor ship yard, was at home visting his family the first of the week. Mrs. Mosier has returned from New York to spend the summer with her aunt. Miss Henriques, of South Fiftb street. Capt. Thayer, one of the oldest residents of the city who has passed his 88th birthday, is suöering from rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston, of Detroit, were here Tuesday, to attend the marriage of tbeir brother, Mr. Cari Hendrickson. Charles Greenman, who bas been in the city attending school tor several years, left for his home, in Traverse City, vVednesday. Chris. Donnelly and wife and tivins were visiting friends at Chelsea last Saturday and Sunday- the twina were the center of attractiou. __ E. K. Frueauff was in Dundee Monday to attend the meeting of the direetors of the fuel gas company which let the contract for sinking a gas well at Dundee.