The Misses Mack go East next week. Miss Hattie Taylor has returned from Manistee. Mis. Turner of Dexter is visiting relatives in town. Leroy Hodder.of Cincinnatl.is a guest at Gov. Ashley's. Col. D. L. Siles of Cleveland was in the city Monday. Mis. E. Ferdon has gone to BufTalo to spend the summer. Dr. P. B. Rose spent Sunday in the bosom of his faniilv. Miss Pearly Mead is dangerously ill at her home in this city. Mrs. A. N. Fall of Albion, is at the home cf her son, Dewitt Fall. Prol' Cliute and family spend the summer vacation In Canada. Mrs. W. F. Warren and son of Albion, N. Y., are guests of A. L. Noble. John Keek is in Kansas on business. He will be absent several weeks. Prof. Stowell and wife, and Kev. W. H. Shier are keeping cool at Petoskey. Mr?. Win. Noble is visiting relatives at Kalamazoo, Paw Paw and Euchanan. Gillie S. Pi'kin of Canuda returned to bis old home, for a few days, this week. Miss Mattie Smith returned to Ann Arbor last Saturday for a while on business. George B. Holmes, the elocutionist luis gone to Boston to study during the summer. Mis. A. A. Brooks and daughter of Texas, are visiting her father, Daniel B. Brown. Rufus Waples.lr., is travelling in Minnesota for the Minneapolis Harvesting Works. Eugene Mutschell left Saturday for a two weeks visit to his home and a trip to Mackinac Miss Satia Hyde is with a party of campers at Noith Lake. The place is called "Camp Lou." Prof. Elisha Jones and Mrs. J. G. Pattengill have gone to North Carolina for the health of the latter. Mrs. A. L. Noble has gone to the sea 'shore for the summer. She will be for a time at Asbury Park, N. J. Mrs. M. O. Ronaldson, Mrs. B. P. Crane and Mrs. Henry Waldron went east on the Evening News excursión to the sea. Robert Moore and sister, of Ann Arbor, were the guests of Miss Allee Wheeler the latter part of last week.- Saline Observer. Mr. Spoor, accompanied by his daughters Clara and Susie, have gone on the White Mountain excursion of the Evening News. Prof. Hamilton and wife of Bucyrus, Ohio, left here last week on a tour down the St. Lnwreuee, going to Portland, Boston, and to the White Mountains. Fred S. Hubbard, fonnerly in the National Bank, and lately in business in AlImquerque, N. M.. has been burned out but with enough insurance to makt' good his loss. General Hunt and Miss Bessie Hunt have gone to Minnesota, and to visit other points in the West. The General is to be a member of a court martial at Fort Suellii)ï:, Mimi. Emory Townsend left yesterday morning for the West, with the intention of opening a law office in Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory. Mr. Townsend is well known in Ann Arbor and throughout the county. Of an old and highly respected family, of sterling integrity of character and entpiprising in habits, he had already acquired considerable inftuence and was considered a leader among the young Uepublicans. It comes readily to predict success for him in his new home.