Prof. M. C. Tyler, of Itfoca, N. Y., is in the city. Miss E. C. Gruner has gone to IVtoskey RJT R short stay. Miss Christine Wèlnman is spemling a few days in Ypsilanti. John Q. A. Sessions has been apendlng a few days n Lansing. Mrs. Chauncey Orcutt, is in Middleville, Barry Co., visiting friends. Philip Bach and wife returned from their eastern trip last Tuesday. Miss Minnie LeVan is visitin her sister, Mrs. Ada Ross, at Frankfort, Ind. Harry HUI has fitted up apartmeuts in the opera house and lias moved therein. John F. Lawrence, who has been rustioatiag np tlie lakei for a few weeks, Ikis returned. Mr. and Mre. A. DeForest left l;ist Tuesday for an extended trip ainong the eastorn pleasure resorts. Miss Eva M. Rynd, daughter of Dr. Chas. Rynd, of Adrián, is spending a few weeks in the city. K. E. Beal and son Elmer, have been visiting the former's many oíd (Hendí in Dexter this week. J. D. Irish has beenconfined to his home for some time by severo UlneM, and doep not improve very fast. Louis H. Huilt, sou of (ii'ii. Hunt, of state streef, has receivediin appointmenl aa a cadet to West l'oint. Dr. C. C. Huil' and wife left Thnrsda? erenlDfC for an eastern trip, and "ill visit friends in Pittsburg, Pu. Mrs. Andrew J. Shivcly, of New York city, is visiting at the home of her mother, Mis. Best, on W. Huron st. Mrs. Jas. E. accompanied by lier ilaugliter Clara, lias gone to Mom roe to spend a few weeks visiting at lier father's house. Mrs. Tlico. Taylor anti lier daugliters Ilattie and Annie, have been in Detroit the past week, visiting Mr. nel Mrs. Ii. S. Lereh. Miss Lillie Thompson, of Milwaukee, Wis., daughter of ex-postmaster John I. Thompson, formerly of this city, is visiting her atmt, Mrs. II. C. Waldron, on Kli.ibeth street. Kit E. Wanty, of Grand Rapids, has been spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. E. L. Boyden, in Webster, and expects to remain a few days with her lon; list of friends in this city soon. Detroit papers of last Sunday, stated tliat the Misses Frieze, of this city, were the guests of Miss Jessie Walker, on Alfred st. Also that Miss Matilda 8. Brown, was visiting Miss Parsons, on Woodward Ave. Miss Jenn'ie Pease, of this city, wliile visiting Miss Lillian Mills, of Saline, was tlirown froni a liorse she was rlding by the slipping of the saddle, and quite severely shocked though uot seriously injured, a few days sincc.