Mrs. Joseph Clark has returned f rom Monroe. Philip Lutz, of Marshall, was in the city over Sunday. Walter Mack has gone to Denver, Colorado, for a visit. Mjs. Hattie Hurd has removed to her former home, Tecumseh. William Bailey, of Jackson, was visiting friends here last week. Miss Allie Curtis left thismorning for Detroit, to attend the governor's levee. J. Austin Scott and Evart H. Scott returned from New York and New Jersey, Friday. B. F. Watts was in Detroit yesterday attending a meeting of the trustees of the Knights of Honor. Mrs. Lee, who has been visiting Mrs. Geo. S. Morris, returned to her home in Tecumseh yesterday. Prof. Friedman, of St. Louis, Mo., the law writer was in the city, Friday and visited the law school. Miss Valentine, of Philadelphia, and Miss Ethel Crawford are the guests of Miss Henriques, of South Fifth Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney C. Eastman visited their mother, Mrs. Israel Hall, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Eastman returned'to Chicago, Sunday night, while Mrs. Eastman will remain for a two weeks' visit. J. E. L. Miller, recently proprietor of a bindery in this city, has closed out his business here and accepted the foremanship of a bindery in Port Huron. He is a genial gentleman and a first-class workman.