William Walsh went to Chicago Tuesday. David Rinsey went to Chicago Tuesday. Mrs. W. W. Whedon is visiting in New York. Alderman Herz is visiting the World's Fair. Miss Matie Clark is viewing the World's Fair. -Nelson Sutherland went to Chicago Tuesday. Mrs. M. L. D'Ooge left for Chicago Monday. Fred Barker has been in Grand Rapids this week. ■ -H. W. Hayes and family are in Chicago this week. Judge W. D. Harriman is again at the World 's Fair. Jacob Laubengayer left for the White city Tuesday. E. T. McClure, of the Cook House, is in Racine. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Elliott went to Chicago Monday. Sam Langsdorf is absent on a brief trip to Chicago. Mrs. Herbert A. Williams is visiting the World's Fair. Hon. Charles R. Whitman is back from Washington, D. C. Miss Margaret Kearney has been visiting the World's Fair. Emanuel Wagner and John Tice went to the World's Fair. City clerk William J. Miller is s visiting the World's Fair. Mrs. P. O. Otis, of Barry county, ís visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. J. A. Keith, of Mt. Clemens, is visiting at George H. Pond's. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Greenwood, íeft for Chicago Suñday evening. Mrs. William Drittler and daughter, of Hancock, who have been visiting at her father's, William Frank's, have returned home. w C. H. Major and Kusiice Mali are doing the World's Fair th weck. Mrs. Charles L. Grandy', of Co orado, is visiting .Mrs. Edward Eber bach. A. F. Freeman, Esq., of Man chester, has been in fhis city thi week. Aaron Schairer, of West Point Neb., is visiting his father, John G Schairer. Rev. Dr. Ryder, of Andover The ologicol Seminary, was in the cit this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh of Milan, visited at W. W. Watts' over Sunday. E. E. Hallett has returned t Ann Arbor, and may be found a the Gennania. Mr. and Mrs. Edvvard C. Voor heis, of Sutter's Creek, Cal., ar visiting in the city. Mrs. Mark W. Harrington, o Washington, D. C, is visiting he -sister, Mrs. Devine. James L. Babcock with his wife and mother have returned from Wau kesha and Chicago. Mrs. Charles Rominger and dau ghter, Miss Mary Rominger, left fo the World's Fair, Saturday. Dr. Cari Klotz and son, of St Catherines, Ont., have been visit ing at Christian Eberbach's. George W. Bullis attended the meeting of the 2oth Michigan Iafantry in Jackson this week. Mrs I. N. Demmon gave a reception yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs Mark W. Harrington. Gilbert Pitkin, of Petrolia, Ont., spent Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs. Tulia A. Pitkin. Mrs. Hudson has issued invitation for a reception at her home on Washtenaw ave., tomorrow evening. Miss Susie Barringer, who has been visiting Mrs. David Frederick, returned to her home in Evanston, 111. Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander, of Grayling, were the guests of Mrs. Carrie M. Stone the first of the week. Hon. Charles H. Kline returned f rom Washington Friday. While there he feil in the hands of the interviewer. Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Ehnis and two daughters, Misses Laura and Susie, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick, have returned to their home in Clarion, Mich. Herman Hardinghaus returned Friday from Germany,after a stormy voyage. He is looking extremely well and reports the greatest interest being taken in Germany in the repeal of the Sherman bill.