Juuge Harriman is.back from the East. Miss Mattie Smith has returned to Port Huron. William Hatch Jr. is moving to William street. Miss Jennie Polhemus is visiting relatives at Mason. A. D. Seyler has returned from a two weeks vacation. Master Bert Fall has gotie to see his grandparents at Albion. Mrs. Win. Tolchard returned Saturday from a trip to Des Moines. Miss Ella M. Brush is a guest oL Miss Fannie Cook of Corunna. Mrs. Carrie Worden started Monday for ïer home in Des Moines. William McKay of Toledo will remain in the city for a week or two. Will Watts spent a few days last week with Charles Jones at Charlotte. Mrs. Harwood and daughter are spending a short season in the country. Miss Mary Ann Clark has gone to Pittsburg Kansas, to vi sit her sister. Mrs. M. L. White is visiting her daughter Mrs. Wm. C. Stevens of Detroit. Robert Shannon and family are visiting in the northern part of the State. Miss Nora Dillon and Mr. Wm. Newman of Portland are visiting in town. Mrs. Calvert and Miss Aggie Calvert started for Dakota, Saturday evening. Mrs. Dr. Webb of Lowell, came down Friday for a visit at W. W. Whedon's. Willis Boughton has been taking a lew days recreation with lriends in Detroit. Christian Mack has been out of town this week in the northern part of the state. Hon. E. D. Kinne, and son Sam started Wednesday for a brief tour to Cedar Falls [owa. Mrs. McDowell, nee Tib Woodruff is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. R. Hall of State street. Roswell Waterman and wife with Mrs. Monroe have gone to spend the summer at Petoskey. Mrs. Isaac Shaw and Miss Sarah Shaw of Saline spent a few days at G. M. Monroe's last week. Mrs. Dr. Rose and family on Wednesday left for a visit to Chicago, Evanston and South Bend. Walter L. Taylor of New York City, is spending a few weeks vacation with his parents in the city. Miss. E. A. Stevens and Miss Olive Leavitt of Minnesota have gone to Putin-Bay to spend a few days. Henry Hatch went Wednesday to West Branch, Ogernaw County where lie takes charge of a printing office. Mis. J. Wm. Hangsterfer and the Misses Lulu and Ella Hangsterfer are visiting relatives and friends in Detroit. John Keek bas returned from a two weeks trip in Kansas. He reports having made some $9,000 worth of sales. Henry Binder Jr. of Detroit made this city a ílying visit Wednesday eve. He is with the tirm of M. S. Smith & Co. of Detroit. Mrs. Reuben Kempf accompanied by ;he Misses Mtnnie and Nellie Kempf and Miss Kittie VanHailingen are at Whitmore Lake. Christian Grossman started Wednesday night for Los Angeles, California, where he ntends to lócate if pleased with the country. Fannie M. Taylor and Hildah Penningen who spent the winter in Dakota, have joined a party of tourists to the Mistouri river. Business and pleasure combined. S. C. Randall, says the Dundee Reporter, is contemplating removing his family to Ann Arbor to obtain the benefit of the school of that city. He will however continue his law practice in this village.