J. T. Jacobs liaa gone orer to Adrián to-day. Mrg. Wm. Noble has returned f rom Petoskey. E. B. Abel leavca for New York ncxt Friday. Dr. Frank Flynn, of West Branch, is in the city. S. C. Andrews went to üranil Rapids Friday last. Mayor Robison is In Lanain- or In Grand Rapid. Cheed Tuttlo has hv.cn home f rom Cliieago tliis week. Ed. Vogel, of Chelsea is greeting old friends in town. Jiidife Haninmn has Ktormd from liis vislt to Vennont. Guy Beckley is in the city for the first time in five years. Tho. Reyer, of Detroit is saengerfesting in Ann Arbor this week. Miss Euinia Hayley is enjoying her vacation at St. Thomas, Ont., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sawyer are taking a pleasure trip up to Mackinac. Sam Langgdorf has returned from a visit to his parents in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Duane Doty is visiting her mother, Mrs. Prof. Williams, on E. Ann st. C. M. Putnam, wife and daughter Bertha, are visiting at Capt. J. II. Palmer's. Mrs. S. S. Garrigues is attending the teachers' institute at Ypsilanti, this week. Miss Mattle Border, of Toledo, Oblo, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John H. Remick. Mrs. C. N. Falconer, of Ann st., is visi iting friends in New York and Connecticut Fred. S. Hubbard was home from Chicago Friday on a visit to his mother and sister. Mrs. Winters nee Woods, is visiting her raother, at Moses Seabolt's onFourth street. Mr. McDowell of the county farm has had another attack of sciatica but is now better. Herman Hutzel came home from Strcator, III., Monday night to attend the saengerfest. Prof. Steere and family aro enjoying a visit with his parents and other friends near Ionia. C. W. Liken of the finn oi J. C. Liken & Co., of Öebewaing, Is stopping with Fred. H. Belser. Will C. Carinan, of E:ist Saginaw, is visiting hiü sister, Mrs. Geo. H. Pond, on E. Catharlne 9t. Jamie Handy lias gone to Schoolcruft to spend a week or two with his sister, Mrs. W. R. Clark. Jas. J. Quarry returned from hisvislt to Ontario last Monday, just in time to take n the saengerfest. Fred C. Bach and wife and Miss Emma Liken of Sebewaing, are the guests of Philip Lohr and wife. Louis Gunther, fonnerly of this office, now of Grand Kapids, is in the city, accompanied by his wifc Miss Lutie and Gertio Hü3e and Birdie Bliss are camping with a party from Dctrolt at Portage L.ike. Volney A. Chapín, of St. Johiisj's spending the week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Chapín. Misses Kva and Louise Beal of Xorthville are attending Soengerfest entertainments in town this week. Mrs. R. B. Norton of Kansas, and lira. Geo. H. Hueston, of Xorthville, are the guests of Mrs. R. A. Beal . Mrs. John West was taken very ill last week, and her.many friends are anxious in regard to her recovery. Hudson T. Morton left yesterday for Lincoln, Nebraska, to look after hls landed lnterests in that state. Frank Hangsterfer feels very happy over the fine decorations on our streets this week, and well he may. Miss Mamie Yawkey, of East Sagina-, is spending the week with her friend, Miss Alice Spence, on S. División st. J. J. Goodyear and wife leave to-day for a pleaaure trip through New York and tlie watering places on the Jersey coaet. Chas. H. Chick and wife of Grand Rapida, are spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. C. R. Remick, on E. Catherine st. Evart Scott Is building a cottage on the beach at Bay View, where he can take in lots of fresh air with plenty of ozone in lt. L. C. Miller, formerly of the Howell Republican, has been in the city, aceompanled by his wife who comes for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Roycr have returned from their trip up the Inkea. Their daughter froin Ohlfi with her little ones is visiting theni. W. VV. Wadhams, of Joe T. Jacobs & Co., Ann Arbor, is spending his vacation visitingold friends in Dexter and vicinity. -Dexter Leader. Fred. Henion says he did not tip over the sail-boat at Whitmore last week. The girl just feil lnto the water and he went in and pulled lier out. Mrs. Miltiier, or Milwaukee, and Miss Henninre8, of Cincinnati, theleadinjf prima don n as of the saengerfest, are both guests at the Cook house. Luclus ICnight, who has been visiting his parents in the 3d ward for the past few weeks, returns to Kansas City, Mo., with his family next Friday. Mrs. Osborn, of La Croase, Wisconsin, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Taylcr, on Willlara Street. The two sisters left Tuesday evening for n trip east. Mrs. O. H. Gray, of Alpena, accompanied by her daughter Marian and son George, is visiting lier sister Mrs. E. E. Beal, and other relatives in the city. Richard Kearns.son of Register of Deeds Kearns, lias secured a posltion with the dry eooils fiiin of J. K. Burnham & Co., of Detroit, as bill clerk. Good for Dick. Will Hiitch, wbo was quite seriously Injured in a colusión near Petoskey a few day's gince, has returned home. Will looks con8lderably the worse for hls misfortune. Mr. John Burg and family, and Mrs. L. J. Liesemer of the Wushtenaw Post have returned from a trip to Nlanara Falls. Whlle therc they saw the two men from Buffdlo, N. Y., make their trip throuifh the great whlrlpool in a barrel. Mr. Jay and Misa Hattie Kelth, of Dexter, nccompanled by their frlends Miss Clara Arms, of Fayette, N. Y., and Mr. Chas. Oray of Grand Rapids, Mich. form a happy quartette of callera upon relativos and friends in tlils city to-day. H. B. Brooks, of Chicago, was in the city laat Saturday. Mr. Brooks' wife was formerly Miss Clara M. Gregory, and the Interment of the remains of their little daughter, who died last June, In the cemetery in this city wan whnt called Mr. Brooks here.