Charles liraiin of Gran.d Ríds U viílt ng in the city. J. Millanl, of Detroit, was back a few diiyg this week. 15. Frank Bower of the Post and Tribune was In the city Smxlay. Mrs. Clarence Moore, of Fairport, N.Y., has been visiting at Prof. M. E. Cooley's. Miss May Spooner, of Detroit, was in the city witli frlends the early part of the week. Mrs. D. E. Osborne luis gone to Chardon, Ohio, where she will remain this suminer. Mrs. R. A. Beal with Mr. A. R. Be.nl of Dexter have gone on a short visit to northern Ohio. Ileuiy Binder, ir., aud Charles Manu, of Detroit, spent the lirsc of the week with their pan ts. Louis llowe of Fairlleld, INebraska, having been east on business stupped with relatives over Sunday, Jerotne Marble, president of the Worcester (Mas$.) Excursión Car Company, was in the city yesterday. Mr. W. K. Childs, sergennt-at-anns of the House of Represeutaüves, just adjourncd at Lansiug, has returned to his place at Keek 's furnicure store. Dr. Breakey has been ia Cleveland this week attending as a delégate the meeting of the American Medical society. Wïlliam G. Doty, Probate Register, has returned trom his trip to Leadville, Manitou Springsand other places in Colorado. He reporta an enjoyabl time. Dr. Artuur Worden and wife of Des Moines, Iowa, carne Saturday. Mr. Worden was on his way to attend the American Medical Sociaty this -week In Cleveland. L. C. Risdon soon starts for a tour to California by way of Colorado. He will be absent some time and will attend the triennial conclave of the Kuights at San Francisco. Mrs. B. Mead, a fornier resident of this city, wlio bas been visiting her sou, Dr. C. W. Mead of Dundee, for the last six months, is now visiting her daughtcr, Mis. Lucy M. Clark of this city.