Steven Fairchild is in Ludington. Dr. Obetz of Illinois Is in the iity. Calvin Bliss and wife are at Marshall. Mrs. Ttittle is back after a weeks absence. Mr. VVinans's fauiily are at Whitraore Lake. George Kennedy of Buffalo is a visitor at Mrs. Hyde's. Mrs. Prof. C. E. Greene started yesterday for Boston. Mis. A. L. Taylor has gone on a visit to Lacrosse, Wisconsin. Martin Haller of Koch & Halier went to Chicago Tuesday night. Senator Richmond and family have gone on the legislative excursión. Mrs. J. C. Williams and son of Owosso have been visiting in the city. Judge McClellan lias just returned from a trip to the Yellowstone Park. R. A. Beal and wife are passing the week at Petoskey and Bay View. Win. A. Butler and wife of Detroit were at the Sigma Phi house last week. Miss Daisy Angelí has been visiüug the Misses Bagley at Hampton, N. H. Miss Enuna Hayley has gone on a tliree weeks visit to Bay City and Midland. John W. Bennett is off on a fishing and canipiug-out excursión to Port Huron. Prof. Fred Schmid of Ohio State University at Columbus is at the home of lus father. Miss Millie Knowlton has gone to New York State on au extended visit among friends. Dr. P. B. Rose was in attendance upon the Microscopists' convention in Chicago last weck. The Misses Ada and Millie Gilbert and Miss Huil ure enjoyinjj theiuselves at Whitmore Lake. Dr. W. H. Jackson went out to Whitmore Lake last week to spend a week in rest and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Royer, with Lewis and Torn Craig, and Bessie Groves will spend some time at Mackinac. Andrew Muehlig, of Reed City, has been home on a visit this weck. He reports a good run of business. A. F. Hangsterfer attended the second encampment of the Michigan Maccabees in Detroit Tuesday and Wednesday. Tom Nickels has been in Detroit for the past ten days. He rode down on bis bieycle, and returned Wednesday. Miss May Whedon leftyesterday morning on an extended trip east, to visit relatives in Boston and New York State. Rev. Charles Schlenker and wife, pastor of the Lutheran church of Toledo, is visiting at Phillip Bach's. Mrs. S. is Mr. Bach's sister. Harry W. Hawley is out in Iowa on a fortnight's vacation, near his former home. In the meantime W. B. Chamberlain is steering his editorial peneil. The Misses Nettie Ames, Fanny Bailey, and May Breakey are passing the time this week at Whitmore Lake tryiug to persuade the little fish to take a bite. Miss Jane Halsey, aunt of Mrs. W. W. Wines, celebrated her 93d birthday last Friday by a dinner with friends and relatives and by going down in the afternoon and having her picture taken. J. II. Hicks and daughters, Lillie and Carrie, accompanied by Miss Carrie Wheeler, of Saline, returned home last Weduesday, from a very pleasant visit among friends and relatives in the north. Mrs. Reeves, of Ann Arbor, spentSunday at Mr. G. W. Hoy's, and returned home on Monday, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Anna, who bas been visiting Miss Einma Hoy.- Manchester Enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. D. Cramer and children of Ann Arbor, carne to town Monday. Mr. Cramer retiirned homo Tuesday, while Mrs. C. and children retnaiiied spending the week at Mrs. Corbin's.- Dundee Reporter. Miss Clara Baur, Directress of the Conservatory of musie at Cincinnati, and Miss Bertha Baur, general manager of said institution, are visiting witu the latter's father on West Huron Street; also Mrs. Herman Bauer of St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Alfred Noble and son Fred, of Detroit, who have been visiting at her falher's, Mr. George Speechly of this city, lelt Detroit Thursday evening of last week, on the steamer Japan via Duluth for Portland, Oregon, to join her husband. The family of Theodore Taylor has moved with him to Reese, Tuscola county, where he is engaged in business. Miss Edith will spend the fall and winter in Manistee. Such pleasant people always will be missed whenever they leave a place. Harlow L. Blanchard of Los Angeles, California, is foreman of the"Recreation"printinfi office. That paper in its last issue says he is happy over a new baby. He lived heie with his mother soine years ago and learned the trade in the Courieu office. Mr. Winans, of the firra of Winans & Stafford of Ann Arbor, was the guest of Capt. D. M. Caldwell, of BeaverLake.last Sunday. Mr. Wiuans is highly pleased with the plains and will probably buy a fine farm in the vicinity ere long.- Ogemaw County Times. C. H. Smith, captain of the Detroit bicycle club, came to Ann Arbor on his wheel Tuesday aftcrnoon in a little less than four hours. He was on his way to Marshall to attend the races, and is expected back to-day to accompany the Ann Arbor club in their run to Saline and Ypsilanti this evening.