Miss May Carr has returned from Saginaw. Miss Nellie Ames is visiting i troit friends. William Bress is visiting in Marion, Indiana. W. L. Douglass, Jr., is in Toledo today on business. Charles Gibson, of Owosso, was in the city, Saturday. Miss Mollie Seybold is visiting her brother in Pontiac. Miss C. Francés Bonner, of Virginia, is visiting Miss Hattie Swift. I Mrs. Botsford Sheley is entertaitiing her friend, Mrs. Gibbs, of 1 troit. Edward Staebler is in Lansing day on business for his father, Michael Staebler. William P. James, of N. Main j Street, is in northern Michigan, this j week, on business. State editor George H. Snow, of the Detroit Evening News, was in j the city over Sunday. Gardner T. Eames, of Kalamazoo, j who has been the guest of his brother, Witford Eames, of this city, left for Kalamazoo this morning. Rev. Samuel D. Breed, of this city, left for Kalamazoo this morning to attend the annual convention of the Congregational society. Hon. J. T. Jacobs started for Chicago yesterday morning, on business. He was accompanied by his son Charles, who will go to Denver. Hon. and Mrs. William G. Doty left yesterday for Kalamazoo, where Mr. Doty is attending the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Seiler, of Akron, Ohio, will be the guests of Mrs. Seiler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Moore, duiing the musical festival. Chas. J. N. Jacobs left Monday afternoon for Denver, Colorado, to recupérate his health. Hon. J. T. Jacobs accompanied him as far as Chicago. Mrs. W. J. Hopkins, of Somerville Springs, St. Clair, who has been spending a few days in Ann Arbor visiting friends and relations, returned home Monday morning. Miss Louise Miller, of Jackson who has been visiting Wm. L. Frank's family, at the Germania, left for Detroit this morning to visit friends, relatives and acquaintances. Mrs. Clark Center, of Sanduskv, Ohio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Harves, at the Arlington. In conversation with her at the Arlington last evening, she said: "I do not feel proud at all when I say one little city of 20,000 inhabitants has one hundred and eighty saloons." Mrs. Center has been revenue collector for sixteen years and would still hold that position probably had Harrisou been elected in place of Cleveland.