Miss Ella Brush is visiting frienda at Corunna. Miss Lottie Ottley Is in Grand Rapids visiting friends. Miss Lizzie W. Dean is visiting friends at Grand Ulano. Elmer B. McCullough of Ypsi., was in the city yesterday. Miss Lou Giles returns to-day from a week's visit in Detroit. Prof. C. N. Jones is now fit Fox Chase P. O., Philadelphia, Pa. Martin M. Seabolt and family are taking a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Chas. Durheim of Muskegon ie visiting friends in tho city. Miss Hattie Nichols has returned froin an extended trip up north. Kirwen White, of Chelsea, is a visitor at the county capítol to-day. Mrs. D. F. Schairer and children will visit in Saline for a few weeks. Mrs. Myra Duning, of Sturgis, luis been visiting friends in the city. Albrecht Gwinner and family went out to the lake to-day, camping. Chas. E. Hiscock is off on the lakes enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. E. B. Hall and sons Harry, Omar and Phil are at Whitmore Lake. Prof. Henry Wade Rogers left for Camden, New Jersey, yesterday. Miss Katie Burkhardt, of Saline, is visiting her sister Mrs. John Wahr. J. II. Stafford goes to New York toinorrow on a ten days' business trip. Georgeli. Barker of Flint, is visiting relatives in the city for a couple of weeks_ Misses Kittie and Ora Ilatch leave tomorrow for a two weeks' visit in Detroit. Geo. W. Millen returned last evening from a vacation of two weeks and over. Mrs. Wm. Wood and Mrs. M. Voegts, of Plainfleld, are visiting friends in the city. Mrs. Dr. Winchell and daughter Ida Belle, have gone to Boston for a short stay. Frank Vanderwiirker sent a mess of eels home from hls camp a day or two since. Mrs. Horace Coy, now 83 years old, s visiting her son Chas. II. Worden and family. Miss Mary Durheim has returned from a visit to her brother Chas. Durheim in Muskegon. Will Lyons and family of Brighton, have been spending the week with friends in the city. D. F. Schairer expects to leave for New York and Boston to-morrow to be absent a montli. Miss Loving, Miss Gelston, and four other Jadíes left Monday night for a trip arouna the lakes. Mrs. Alvira Sumuer and her nephew James 8. Handy, are visiting friends In Saline for a time. W. K. Childs nnd wife will visit friends in Augusta for a few days, going thereto to-morrow. S. W. Beakes arrived home Monday from a visil amonji friends and relatives in New York State. L. B. Carr of this city, has gone to Indianapolis, I ml., to take a posilion as chemist in that city. Miss Uoby Pulcipher and Miss Ruth Durheim, have returned from a visit with friends in Toledo. Wallace and Fannie Steele started this morning for a trip to Centreville, to be absent for a few weeks. Milo Pulcipher is home for a week's Tislt. lie think8 he will like it very much in the western country. M. M. Green, wife and daughter Miss Grace Jennelle, are spending a few days with friends in Monroe. Ilarry Clark bas been out to Whitmore Lake for a few visiting Miss May Wing and other campers. F. A. Hovey of Kansas City, medie. 'S, is visiting friends in the city. Ho wlll s?o frora here to Arkansaa. J. A. Keith of Caro, accompanied by liU wife and childrcn, visited relatives Ifld friends here last week. Chas. W. Wagner returned Wednesday evening last frotn a four weeks' business trip to New York, Boston, etc. Frank O'Hearn, Jas. E. Duffy and Fred. Mcümber left last night i'or a week's camp at Wtiitaiore Lake. Edward Ii. Wagner, M. D., goes to New York next week to take a post gradúate course in Bellevue Hospital. Ilon. E. P. Alien has arrived home from a trip to the "Soo" and arounil the lakes. He sn't at all consumptive. Mrs. Mary Olllett and daughter, of Aun Arbor are enjoying the hospitality of J. 15. Adaiu'8 family, of this place. - So. Lyon Excelsior. Register Kearns said lie was going to Base Lake fiahing yesterday, but there is no knowing whcther he went or not. Later - he went. Wm. A. Streeter, lit. $, superintendent of the St. ülair schools was In the city yesterday en route to that city to look over the ground. Evart H. Scott and family returned fi-om Bay View last Friday, and K. E, has got a color on bis face equal to that of' a thoroughbred O3sowottoniie. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens have gone to East Tawas for a short stay. Misses Ada and Bessie are visiting friends in Ypsilanti and Master Collie is at Whitmore Lake. The Rev. Mr. Betiton, of Saline, after l3 years hard work without any rest has decided to take a vacation, and has gone to New Hampshire and Vermont for three or four weeks. Ex-.Tudge ef Probate Geo. V. Crowfoot, of Howell, has removed to this city, for the purpose of educating nis son Wiit. He resides in Mrs. Slattery's place, on E. Hurón st. Miss Zada Rhodes, of the Fifth ward school, has resigned on account of poor health, and will spend the fall months with O. R. Ilavilund, at Gogebic, Mich. Hon. A. J. Sawyer, Prof. J. C. Knowlton, and Regent Chas. U. Whitman, accompanied by their respective families left yesterday for a week's stay at Cavanaugh Lake - Chelsea's famous watering place. Mrs. Geo. P. Williams and daughter, Miss Loaba Richards, have returned from their two years' residence Ín Illinois and will hereafter reside in Mrs. Prof. Olney's house, corner of N. State and E. Catherine sts. Miss Carrie Bell who with soine lady frlcnds has bccn having a good time at .-niiic of the northern resorte, has returned and reports that white at. the "Soo" she performed the daring feat of passing through the Rapids in a boat piloted by two Indians. Wm. Allaby and Thos. lilake nrrived in New York last Saturday from their visit to their old home in England, and were Been upon our streets for the lirst time yesterday. They are considerably tauncd up, and look as If they had a jolly good time In hold Hengland.