9 Mr. George Feiner is visiting in Clinton, Iowa. Judge T. M. Cooley was at home over Sunday. K. Kittredge has returned f rom Maine. John Jenkins visited at Jackson this week. Mrs. A. T. HUI, Of Detroit, is visiting in the city. Miss Yates, of Montreal, is visiting at T. J. Keech's. Prof. II. Iludson returned f rom the seashore, ïuesday. J. S. Conover, of Coldwater, was in the city yesterday. Judge E. D. Kinne is holding court in Monroe this week. Miss Ada Dean, ot' Detroit, is visiting Mrs. Williatn Denman. George Clarken and family are camping at Strawberry Point J Mrs. E. S. Dunster and daughters have returned trom New Jersey. George Kingsley, Esq., Paola, Kansas, was in the city this week. "W. W. Douglas was down f rom Oscoda for a couple of days this week. Harry VV. Davis, dent. '86, of Ottawa, Kansas, has been visiting in the city. Mrs. Wirth, of central New York, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. J. Brown. Edward Waters, of Kansas, is visitïno; his father-in-law, T. F. .Leonard. Gem Stockton, of Corunna, is visiting at her úneles, J. P. Iloffman's. Mr. A. Osius and daughter, of Detroit, are visiting at Leonard Gruner's. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Wagner returned f rom New York City, Monday Prof. M. E. Cooley and family returned from Fairport, N. Y., last Wednesdav. Mrs. J. S. Ricketts and family, of Lindenville, Ohio, are visiting in the city. Fred Besimer and i). Loomis left for their camp at Kush Lake, VVednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Noble and son Harry have gone to Albion, N. Y. , for a week. Dr. W. B. Breakey has returned from his trip in the northern part of the state. Misses Frank and Annie Cramer, of riymouth, are visiting at D. Cramer"s this week. W. D. Green, manager of the Bay City tèlephone exchange was iu the city Fnday. Mr. Charles Dietas is spending the week at Jackson and taking in the State Fair. Mrs. E.Baumbach, sonanddaughter, of Bay City, are visiting at Mrs. J. Heinzman's. Ho. 4. J.llobison spent Sanday in DetroB Mh his son prosecuting attorney Robison. S. W. Twitchell, of Hamburg, is visiting his son-in-law, D. Cramer for a couple of weeks. T. B. Bronson, of the Orchard Lake Military Acdemy, visited Ann Arbor f riends last week . Mrs. Samuel Miller left Wednesday for Racine, Wisconsin, to attend the marriage of her son. E. Hallett, of the local organization, Sons of Veterans, attended the Columbus G. A. R. encampment. Mrs. Ludlow,of Uanajohanrie.N. Y. ís at her brother's, Rev. Dr. R. H Steele's, on South Fifth street. Mrs. Wilbur Short and daughter, Alma, of Bridgewater, are visiting C. Binder, on West Liberty street. B. F. Watts was in St. Louis, Mich., last Thursday on business connected. with the Soy al Arch, Masons. Gottlieb Luick entertained a number of his friends at his residence on William atreet. Thursday evening. Fred Staebler left on Tuesday for Omaha, Nebraska, to attend the wedding of his son, Charles F. Staebler. Mr. Ed. M. Roberts, of the Fort Madison (Ia.) Demoerat, is expected in the city to-morrow to attend the MillenWetmore wedding.