Dr. Dunstcr and family have arrived home from the e;ist. Fred Gakle is nmv imUlng on customcr- ut Blitz & Langsdorf's. Mrs. Dr. Marshal], of Jcflersonville, Oliio, ia visitiiir rclatives in this city. Moses Beabolt and daughter returned from tlieir visit tolowa on Satorday night lasl. Miss Dolly Btelnfeld whohasbeen visitincc ut S. H. Blitz, ha returned home to Detroit. Harry V. Hawlcy Of Mlnüeapolls, is in the city for a couple of wei'k's vacation from Imsini'bs. Chas. J. KinüKT, of Washington, D.C., Is cpected In the city Frlday, forastay of threc weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blitz wlio have been gpendlng the mmmerhen have returned home to Detroit. Mrs. Dr. Hartloy and danghtor, Miss LouIm Mcinilermann arrived home from Europe Tbnnday laat. John Roser, of Esslincjen, Wurtemburg, Germany, was tbs toeat of Emanad Mum diirinir the treek past. Dr. V. C. Vaagban went to ïoronto, Canada, jesterday to attend a meeting of the Americin board of Health. Dr. Frothingham who has been serlously ill for a few days 4s now convalescing, we are pleased to state. Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Teachout, of Adrián, aro vlslting the former's brother, Jonathan Bprague, of the 5th ward. Miss Lewella Hoag, and Miss Inez Taj'lor left Monday morning fora visit nmong friends at Stockbridge and Jackson. Keel Ilcnion has sold his 2:40 horsp, and now the distance between his residence and place of business has fully trebled. H. M. Sproat and wife of Wareham, Mass., returned with H. Randall and wife trom the east and are now theirKiiests. Jas. A. Kobison, of the Detroit Free Press staff is in the city for a stay of aday or so. He likes his position very tnuch. Mrs. MatildaS. Brown accompaniedby ber neice, Anna Andrews, have gone to Kingston, N. M., to be absent several weeks. Mrs. Dr. David Injialls of Detroit, accompanieiT by lier childreii. is visiting her niother, Mrs. Ileury Raxter, on E. Catharine st. Miss Einnu E. Bower went to Detroit yesterday for a few weeks' stay with her brother 1$. F. Bower, of the Evening Journal. juiiii ui. aun, euiior oí me new isay View Assembly Hernld at Plint, and the head of the Chautauqua rircles of this ■tate, made us a pleaaaotoal] last week. John 1!. Dmv. Wairon E. Walker, Al. Bldto, Chase Dow, C. Bulus, and othcrs left yi-Iiriliv morning for the north wooda on a. hunting expedltlon of several weeks. Kev. Emanuel Schmidt, of Columbu?, Ohio, has been Bpendtng a couple of days witli his brother-in-)av, C. Mack, on his wav to i he conference of the Ohio synod at S.iiinaw. Qeorge Haviland and wife will spend the winter in Ann Arbor. Qeorge is runñing a resort hotel at Gogeblc Lake, Mich., the property of a railroad, about IS miles above Ontonagon on the Bhore of a beautiful hike noted for its excellent flib. He i-; sucli asoperb caterer to the public the company bnve enga;ed iiis services for another ycar.