Dr. O. L. Ford spenils the summer Lt Harbor Spiïngs. Judge Harriman started East yesterday on a ten days trip. J. E. Robison has been out on the Sliaron fiirm this week. Mr. Gregory, wife and daughter have gone to New Orleans. Mrs. Frank Page fiom New York city la visiting at T. W. Root's. Miss Daisy Richardson has gone to pass the summer at Lowville, N. Y. Rev. Mills B. Gelston went east to attend the reunion of his class at Yale. Miss Amy Orcutt of the last University graduating class is taking an eastern tour. Miss Bessie Reeves of Detroit, is visiting for a few days, her friend Miss Katie Jacobs. A. L. Noble returned from North Carolina last week, considerably improveil in health. Mis. J. S. Johnson, of Orfordville Wis., is visiting at the house of her father, Mr. J. II. Nickels. Captain W. V. Richards left on Monday after a three month's furlough. He returns to his post in Texas. E. M. Cole of Superior was in the city yesterday. In August he goes to California on the Iv night's excursión. George W. Lee, captain of the A. A. bicycle club, has been crosaing Canada on his wheel this week. He started Monday with the Chicago and Detroit clubs on their tour. At the end of the flrst day's run he writes us from Blenheim : ' Seventy-eight miles from Detroit fiist day. Splendid roads and good day. Hospilality of the farmers is soinethine wonderful."