Horace Hitchcock of Detroit spent Sunday In town. F. L. York went to Fort Wayne last Thursday to assUt at a concert. Prof. J. R. Sage of tliis city, is otr&üviing a singing class at Wbitmore Lake. MissAbbie A. Pond spend her Thanksgiring vacation with frieuds in Jackson. Mrs. Wm. N. Stevens, who has been 11 for some months, is considerably improved. The architect of tliis column will eat liis turkey with friends, at- home, of course. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock, of Detroit, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr?. John N. Bailey. Will R. Payne has been under the weather for several days, but is now on the me nd. Miss Oracie Moore left yesterday for a week'sstay with her aunt, Mrs. Robeson, at Port Huron. Mrs. C. B. Howell, of Detroit, has been vislting Mr. and Mrs. Rev. Dr. Ramsay, during the week. Rev. L. W. Childs, of this city, occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterlan church at South Lyon last Sunday. Mrs. Capt. R. M. Barker, of Flint, and son George, is Tisiting relatives in the city during Thanksgiving week. Miss Burleigh, who has been Yisiting the Misees O'Brien, on Liberty st, returns home to New York city this a. m. B. Frank Bower, of the Detroit Evening Journal staff, spent Sunday with his mother and sisters, on N. Ingalls st. Mist Emily Stebbins, of this city is vigtting her cousins, the Missea Strong, of Adama are. W., Detroit, says the Sunday Tribune. Mrs. Lumsden, of Detroit arrived here Saturday night, and will risit her daughters Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Norton, for several weeks. Simon Babcock.a largeluinber-ownerof Manlstoe, was in the city last week visitIng his son who is in the literary department of the university. We received a friendly cali from Ja?. E. Carr, of the Dundee Reporter, Monday a. m. He look and feels as if Dundee was a good place to tarry in.