Frank Hangsteifrr has been visiting ia Grand Rapids. Henry Beek of Saginaw is in the city on a three weeks visit. I. N. Eldridge of Fliut was registered at the hotel Tuesday. Hon. A J. Sawyer has been in Dexter and Chelsea this week. Miss McReynolds, of Cleveland, is visiting friends in the city. John Wahr and Rudolph Lutz have gone around the Lakes. Misa Ada Kellogg is spending her vacation at Elyria and Cleveland. J. J. Goodyear and wife have been sojourning at Whitmore Lake. Col. Norton, State Commissioner of Texas was in the city last week. Cari Warden has entered upon hls Pharmacy career at J. J. Goodyear's. Miss Nettie Ames has retui-ned frora a ten days days sojourn in Chelsea. The Misses Amelia and Annie Lutz have gone to Kendallville, Indiana. Miss Olive Paul and Miss Mary Hendrickson go to Petoskey next week. Joe T. Jacobs goes to-day on a few days business trip to Columbus, Oliio. Vietor Widenmann of East Saginaw is visiting his parents at Whituiore Lake. Prof. Morris and J. R. Miner.withtheir families are camping out at North Lake. Miss Jennie Vandeventer and Mrs. Baldwiu are recreatingin Northern Michigan. Mrs. Olewyne of Detroit, was visUing at Mr. O. B. Church's in this city the fore part of the week. Regent Norris soon goes to pass the summer at Mount Desert island off the coast of Maine. Hon. Sumner Howard, speaker of the last House of Represetatives was about town Wednesday. Dr. C. G. Darling left Tuesday for Dowagiac to attend the wedding of his friend M. W. Wooster. Messrs. Spence, Whedon and Ames, with their families, recreated at Whitmore Lake, yesterday. Charles and Mary Ashley and Leroy Hodder went Wednesday with a party to spend a week or so at Whitmore Lake. F. B. Davenport of Saline was over Tuetday, just back from his big bicycle ride across Canada. Professor DeVolsen Woodof Hoboken, bas been the guest of the Cheevers the past week. He is on his way to Colorado. Rev. R. B. Pope was at Gaylord, Sunday, dedicating a church. He went to Petoskey this week to speud a few weeks with his family at his cottage there. Miss Nettie Ailes has been resting bcneath the groves of Charlevoix as the guest of the Mahon lamily who annnually spend the summer at that resort. Mrs. Dr. J. S. Johnson, nee Emily Nickels, who has been visiting her parents on State street has retuined to her home in Wisconsin, accompanied by her brother Stafford. Miss Josie Rathbone of Ann Aibor, who is visiting Miss May Blodgelt, returns home to-day, accompanied by her hostess, who will make an extended visit there. - Every Saturday. Mrs. Mary J. C. Merrill, the newly appointed librarían at the Agricultural college, has gone to Ann Arbor to become familiar with the methods of the Uuiveraity librar}'. - Lansing Republican. The Grand Rapids Post locates the following Ann Arbor people: Miss LouGott visiting the Misses Parish, daughters of Judge Parrish; Mrs. S. P. Bell, a guest of Mis. Elizaboth Wanty, and Miss Nellie Baloom visiting friends.