E. D. Barry of Allegan, is-visiiing liisold home. Miss Jennie PeMOM visiting in Kenoslia, Wisconsin. Con. C. Tuomey, of Dexter, VM i:i the city last Tuesday. Ben. Browo, of this city, is in Minnesota, rusticating. Miss Carrie Britton, of Detroit, is vi-iting Miss Birdie Bliss. Miss AnnaNichols rcturned last Monday froni a years' European sojourn. K, A. Beal and son, J. E. Beal, aro spending a few days at Put-in Bay. Jas. Morwick, Dr. Stevens, and John Lowry and wife, have gone to Dakota. Dr. F. M. Wilder, and fainily, of Chicago, Illinois, are visiting friends in the city. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bliss havo been spend ing the past week visiting thcir son at Toledo. Miss Carric Bruckner returned from tho eaut this week, where shohas been visiting friends. H. Egaboard, of the Dundee Reporter, was a caller at the Courieu office last Monday morning. llev. K. B. Pope of Chicago, was in the city last Friday, on his way to tho camp meeting at Bay View. Mrs. J. üsborn, accompaniod by her daiighter, loft last week for a thrce weeks' visit to her sister in Syracuse, New York. Hon. W. A. Wood and wife of Chicago, and Mrs. J. L. Haywood of Battlc Croek, have been vwting at A. A. Gregory's on Spring street. Joe T. Jacobs has been in attendance upon the soldiers' grand reunión at Colutubus, Ohio, this week. His old oomrades in arms are to meet thcre, it being the firs reunión since they wcro mufltered out o service, at which time Mr. Jacobs was ad jutant of the regiment. It is useless to say that Joe will enjoy liimsclf. Stephen C. Hall, of Athcns, Bradford county, Pa., called upon us last Thursday Mr Hall is now engaged in iurniture man ufacturing, and a member of the firm o Hall, Lyon & Co. of the above place. He is an old Pcxter boy, and for several year attendod the schools of this city, gradual ing at the high pchool and univcrsity. He hal numcrous fKesda in the city and vicin ity who were rïKlt royally glad to mee liiin.