Miss Olive Bddy, of Toledo, is visiting at E. B. Hall'B. Fred. Lawrence, of Lansing, spent Sunday in the city. Mrs. Best and daughters are visiting Mrs. J. H Wade. Misa Lena Bragg, of Kalamazoo, is a guest at A. L. Noble's. Miss Carrie Britten, of Detroit, is the guest of Miss Birdie Bliss. Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan lelt for Newport, R. I., Sunday evening. ""John J. Robinson and wife, returned Monday írom New York state. B. F. Oarleton, of the Jackson Patroit, has been in the city this week. Miss Estelle Mozart, of Washington, D. C, is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. J. 3. Reed, of Chicago, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hiscock. Miss Josie Henion, of Toledo, is spending the week with friends in the city. Chas. H. Wilcox, of Aurora, 111., has been the guest ot W. W. Tidd this week. Farnbey Horre ', of Belle ville, an uncí „ of B. F. VTatts, visited him WedneBday. Rev. Dr. Ryder, of Andover Theological school, is expected in the city Saturday. Rev. W. M. Campbell has gone to Petoskey and Bay View to spend the summer. Miss Jennie Shadford returned home Saturday from a two-weeks visit in Chicago. Paul Baur, of the Ohio National bank of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting Prof. B. Baur. Miss Carne Comstock, of Washington, D. C, is visiting her parents on E, Catherine-st Alfred E. Brush and wife, of Detroit, are spending the week with J. F. Lawrence. Miss Walter, of Cincinnati, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Williams, of Madison-st. Miss Alice M. Lovejoy left Saturday night to spend the summer with her parents in Detroit. Mrs. S. S. Walker and daughter Minnie, of St. Johns, are visiting at Mrs. Chapin's on Lawrence-st. Allen B. Pond returned to Chicago, Monday, after a three dayg' visit with his parents on State-et. E. D. Trowbridge, of the Detroit Tribune, has been doing com menéeme nt for his paper this week. Miss Eliza Ladd left Monday for Detroit. From there she goes to Charlevoii for her vacation. Dr. G. A. Hendricks saila from New York on July 5 to Bpend a couple of months in Europe. Editor Newkirk, oí Luther, formerly with The Reqistkb, epent a couple of days this week in the city. llisses Carleton and Reynolds, of Jackson, and Miss Randall, of Coldwater, are guests at Major Soule's. J. C. Watts, of East Saginaw, came down Saturday night to spend Sunday with his iamily in the city. Mrs. C. W.' Mellor and family leave Saturday for Paris, Ont., to spend a couple of months with her párente. Miss Anna Robinson, of Detroit, and Miss Graoe Hastings, of Sandusky, O., are spending the week at Col. Dean's. Jas. A. Robinson has been in the city this week, reporting the commencement exerciges for the Detroit Free Press. Miss Elsie Jones has returned from North Wales, Pa., where she has been teaching school during the past year. Joseph and Charles Helmuth, who have been attending school in Wisconsin, visited relatives in the city, Wednesday. Miss Bertha Baur, preceptress of the Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, O., is visiting her parents on west Huron-st. Herbert Watts and his sister, Dr. Virginia Watts, of East Saginaw, are spending the week with their mother, on E. Liberty-st. Miss Carrie Helmuth who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Z. Sweet, returns to her home at South Lyons, tomorrow. Miss Lulu Bell, who has been teaching in the Jackson schools during the past year, has returned to Ann Arbor to spend her vacation. I. K. Pond, of Chicago, an old Ann Arbor boy, is here to spend the week with his parants and attend the reunión of the class of '79. Rev. W. A. Campbell and family leave for Bay View today to spend the summer. Mr. Campbell will represent the National Library Association. John R. Miner is at Washington, D. C, this week making arrangements for the trip of Ann Arbor commandery to that place in Ootober. Alva C. Hoag, formerly with Goodyear, has accepted a position in Webb's drug store, at Jackson, and left Sunday evening to begin work. Mrs. W. A. Hatch has for guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. Shetterle, of Kalamazoo, Mrs. Barry Bevlin, of Bay City, and Mrs. Van Atta, of Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Blackman, of Hillsdale, and Mre. Talbott and Miss Cecil Parks, of Flushing, are visiting at William Baillie's on east Washington-et. Miss Jennie Dundas, Miss Ella Baldwin and Chas. Barrett, of Detroit, Thos. P. Barrett and Hugh McArdle, of Windsor, Ont., visited with Chas. F. Dietas and John 0. Jenkin?, Suuday. Julius V. Seyler, son of A. D. Seyler, of this city, completes his musical studies at Berlin, where he has been for the past two years, next week. After a month's travel in Europe he will sail for America on Au?. 2. On his return he will occupy the position as teacher in the Detroit Conservatory of Music which he held before going abroad.