Dr. Gibbeswasin Detroit on Monday. Evart H. Scott has been in Petoskey. Mrs. S. W. Clarkson, is visiting in Grosse Isle. Miss Fannie Smith is in Jackson visiting her sister. Byron J. Corbin, of Dundee, was in the city, Tuesday. Miss Ellen Gillespie, of Dexter, is visiting in the city. Miss Amelia Schleede is visiting friends in Kalamazoo. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Martin have jeen at Mackinaw Island. Charles Niethammer and wife vere in Detroit, Monday. Mrs. S. W. Beakes is visiting Mrs. Walter L. Potter, in Detroit. Mrs. A. W. Ames is expected ïome from Old Mission, today. Fred H. Belser spent Sunday at Cavanaugh lake, with his family. Miss Jennie Shadford left Saturday for a week's visit in Chicago. Rev. Mr. Young has returned rom his visit to Helena, Montana. Mrs. George Parker and son are visiting friends in Jackson this week. Harry Bliss, of New York, spent Sunday with his mother on Williams street. E. L. Seyler returned Saturday Torn a visit at Detroit and Port -luron. Congressman Gorman was in the ;ity, Monday, calling on old time :riends. Frank Kopf, of Huron street, visited his brother at Mt. Clemens, Monday. Mrs. John Goetz, jr., and Miss ■"lora Koch, are spending a week in Marshall. Mrs. Julia Farmer, of the fifth vard, is spending four weeks in üighland. Mrs. William J. Merkle left Sunday for Breckenridge, Colorado, to visit her son. Stephen Pratt, an extensive boiler manufacturer of Detroit, was in the city, Monday. Ed. C. Greve, of the Times, has Deen spending the past week at Whitmore Lake. Adolph Hoffstetter, of Goodspeed's, has returned from his trip around the lakes. Torn Mingay, foreman of the Times, and his family, recreated at Rush lake on Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas Speechley, of the fifth ward, has returned from her Washington, D. C, visit. Mrs. N. V. Eddy and daughter, Miss Olive, of Toledo, are the guests of Mrs. E. B. Hall. Miss Susan and Carrie Speechley and their cousin Miss Edith Blake have gone to Grand Ledge. Mrs. Gersham Powers, of Grand Rapids, is.visiting her raother, Mrs. S. G. Henham, on Liberty street. James E. Duffy, of the state railroad commissioner's office at Lansing, spent several days this week in the city. Miss Martha Speechley and her cousin, Miss Luie Lamben, of Ypsilanti, are spending their vacation in Rochester, N. Y. Miss May Wing, of this city, rusticated at Whitmore Lake last Saturday and Sunday, returning home on Monday. Jacob Seabolt is in campatZukey lake. He went there on Tuesday to join a large contingent of friends who had preceded him. Quartermaster General Wood, of Adrián, was in Ann Arbor, Monday, on his way to the encampment grounds at Island lake. Miss Louise Paul gave a picnic at Whitmore Lake to sixteen of her young friends, Wednesday, Miss Satia Hyde chaperoning the party. Deputy-Sheriff Thomas McNamara, of Chelsea, made a roum amongst his many friends here las week, and had a cordial reception. Henry Matthews, the West Huron street butcher, spent this week wit his daughter in Lansing. Mrs Matthews has been there for som weeks. A. Woodruft" and Dr. Ball, of Ypsilanti, were in town on Wednesay, keeping an eye on the proceedngs of the Democratie county conention. Miss Goodhew, of Teddington, ïngland, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. V. Looker and Mrs. Albert Marsh nd her brother, James Goodhew, 11 of this city. She will reraain vo months. C. G. Cook and Ed. H. Pierce re camping out at Zukey Lake. Mr. ook has a new two-masted clinker uilt boat, eighteen feet long, with 11 the modern conveniences. They ntend remaining there about a month.