Prof. B. S. Hinsdale was in Ohio last week. Mrs. 8. E. Howe is visiting in Deroit. Walter G. Palmer, oL Detroit, has )een visiting friends here. Mr. aud Mrs. N. Jacobs and daugher, of Chicago, have been visiting Mrs. ïaton, of East Ann street. Miss Jessie Bushnell, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George H.Pond, eturned to Noble, Branch county, last i'riday. Gilbert S. Pitkin, of Petrolia, On;ario, visited hs inother, Mrs. J. A. Pitkin, Friday. Mrs. George H. Rhodes attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. John A. Gibson, in Saginaw last week. Mrs. George Alexander, of Grayliug, s visiting Mrs. Carrie Stone, of South ?ifth avenue. Mrs. Margaret Wells, of Bay City, is visiting old friends in the city. Fred Richmond, of Chicago, was in he city over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyear have one to New York. Dr. James F. Breakey, one of the physiciaus of the Pontiac asylum, was ín the city the past week. Allen B. Pond, who has beeu visiting his father, has returñed to Chicago. James E. Duffy, of Bay City, is visiting his father, Edward Duffy. James Allaby, of Mauston, Wisconsin, and David Allaby, of Chicago, are in the city assisting their brother, William Allaby to celébrate the fif tieth anniverparv .f his leaving England.