Lorenzo Haight, of Saline, has returued from Dakota. Mrs. Dr. Marsh and daughter, have re turned from Ct icago. Jas. S. Gorman, of Dexter, is going to niake a tour of the lakes. Miss Kittie I. Zahn is visiting heraunt, Mis. Chas. Zahn in Scio. H. P. Myriek, of the Regisier, put '.n the first of the week at Whitmore. Mrs. A. G. Mount, of Virginia, is visiting her brother, Jacob H. Hicks of Lodi. C. M. Van Geison, of York, is in Nebraska visiting his son , T. M. Van Geison. Mrs. Thomas Prazer of Detroit, is visiting the family of her son RoDert E. Praz. er. Miss Emma Thomas, of Pt. Byron, N. Y., is visiting her cousin, Miss Ella Cummings. Prof. Hainilton returned from Ohio Saturdaj', and will spend his vacation in this city. Mrs. M. E. Graham,of Ft. VVayne Ind., and mother of Mrs. H. W. Rouscijp, is visiting in the city. L. W. Taylor has entered upon his duties as teller in the First National bank vice C . M. Jones resigned. Capt. L. Chaffee has left Mt. Clemens and is working for W. H. Lewis, at the European hotel, Ypsilauti. Miss R.Heuny of Chicago, 111., and acos;raduate of St. Mary's academy, Monroe, is the guest of Miss Fanöie Devany. Prof. Green, the telephone man, was kept busy a portion of Friday repairing the switch board in the central office. J. E. Henriques, of Marshalltown, Lowa, was assistant secretary of the demo cratic state convention held in Des Moi&es last week. Mrs. R. E. Frazer and children will eave for Cheboygan a week frora next Monday. She will return in time for the opening of the schools in the fall. Jno. Morlock, who has been to Mt. Clemens, has returned in itnproved health. Se expects to visit the springs again soon, where he hopes to effect a permanent cure of the rheumatism. P. Marshall who is now iu his 81st year, is bnilding a house for J. W Thompson, on Thompson slreet. Mr. M. is a lurd working and industrious citizvn, and no man of his years in the city eau do a, ligger day'g work.