Henry AYilmot returned the latter art of last week from a trip to , Grand Traverse. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborn, of De Land, Fla., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Keech. President Jas. B. Angelí has returned from the cast. H. B. Gannon is visiting at his old home in Crestón, 111. Geo. P. Jenkins, of Owosso, spent Sunday in the city as the guest of his father on Ashley Street. John l-'ohey and his wife and daughter, of Chicago, are spending a couple of weeks wjjh his father, Mr. William Fohey, of Kingsley st. lr. Fohey is foreman of a large wood-workiiiíí establishment in the windy city. Mrs. Fred C. Browo is visiting in Whitehall. -Mrs. George S. Morris has been visiting friends in Tecumseh. Mrs. William Frank has returned from' Calumet. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Mack returned from Denver, Monday. Prof. M. L. D'Ooge returned from the east, Monday. Mary Miley has returned from a visit to Grand Island, Neb. Prof John A. Dewey and family have returned from New York. Charles S. Millen left yesterday for New York City and Washington. Morgan O'Brien attended the C. M. B. A. convention in Port Huron this week. 1). V. Chadwick and James W. Spear, of Chelsea; John Matthews and Alon.o Edson, of Ypsilanti; were in the city last evening attending a meeting of the county committee of the Macea' J. E, licul isattending the Buffalo convention of Republican clubs. Charles Dunn, of the postoffice, is taking in the state fair at Lansing. Secretary Mills, of the county fair association, took in the Dundee fair this week. I lerbert Prescott, of Milwaukee, was in the city, Wednesday. 1-dward Duffy attended meetings of the state board of prisorr inspectrs in Jackson and Lansing this week. Zach Roath ivturned from Xew York City last evening. Mr. J. Adam Dieterle has been visiting his sou, Rev. John Dieterle, in Portsmouth, Ohio, for a week or two. Miss Susie Barringer, of Evanston, 111., who has been the guest of Mrs. David Frederick for the past three months, has gone to Milwaukee, Wis., where she will spend the remainder of the year with her newly married brother, John Barringer, formerly öf Ann Arbor. Joseph kiley, a Chicago telegrapher, and formerly a resident of this city, is visiting relatives and friends here this week. He rode as far as Albion on his bicycle, but the recent rains had made the roads too heavy for that means of locomotion, and at that point he transferred himself and his wheel to a Central train for the balance of the journey. Mrs. W. E. Statia, of Detroit, is visiting her son, Vanee A. Statia, on Detroit stroet.