- "Wivtson Snyder and family of Ypsilanti, expect to snmmer at Petoskey. - Kepresentativo Sawyer and Sonate clerk Hill, spent the Sabbath at home. - Eepresentative Allen of Ypsilanti, speaks upon Decoration day at Otsego, Mich. -O. M. Martin, Prest, of the Fat Men's Society of the city is on a yisit to his son in Bay City. - Attornies Albert Crane of Ypsilanti and A. R. Hewett of Manchester were in the city on Tuesday. -Win. E. Cheever. gradúate of 1854, is canvassing the city for Bryant's History of tbo United States. - Miss Daisy Risden has returned to tliïs city from Portage City, Wis., where she has been visiting sinco January. - Miss Nellio Fleming of Dexter and a youug lady visiting friend from Jackson spent the Sabbath in the city. - Regent Dufïiold at Saratoga, with his wife, seriously ill, was unable to attend the meeting of tfie Board of llegents yesterday. - Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wheeler of tbis city returned home froin Iíurope last week. ïheir daughter Carrie will reiuaiu until autuinn. - Fritz Widmann of Sherman, Texas, after a month's visit among his old acquaintances in tliis city and county, returns home to-morrow. - C. C. Tuomy and W. W. Waite, a oommittee on the part of the citizens to purchase a street sprinkler for the village of Dexter, were in tho city ou Tiiotcliiy on tUifct oriixml. ■ - On the programme for the Orion Sunday school congress, beginning July 2'2, are addresses by Eevs. K. B. Pope of Arm Arbor, D. E. Shier of Saline, and Messrs. H. Hitchcock of Detroit, and W. W. Washburn of Ypsilanti.