Torn Bonner is home frotn Odcoda, Mich. W. ii. Harnilton, of Bucrous ühio, is in the city. Christian Mack has returued frm New York city. Mrs. Cal!, of Cleveland, is visiting Mrs. J. T.;Swathel. M, Brenner, of Manchester, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. F. Vogel, of Pleasant Lake, was in the city Tuesday. Al Southard, of Chicago, has beeo visíting at nis father's. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rust, of Willis, were in the city,Tuesday. Prof. and Mrs. Henry wade Hogers, are back from New Jersey. Mrs. Webster, of Owosso, is visiting at her father's, Charles Spoor. E. B. Abel returned from the east, Wednesday, looking much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Duffy are attending the Cincinnati exposition this week. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kobison, of Detroit, were visiting in the city this week. Chas. Dietas, recen tly of the Register f orce, left for Detroit, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ella Washburn, nee Stevenson and infant son, are visiting at Mr. J. J. Parshall's. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Sweet, of Jackson, have been spending a few days in the city. Mrs. James Shannon and Miss Nellie Molloy, of New York state, are visiting relatiyes in the city. Mrs. Dr. F. Gregory and children, of Marinette, Wis., is visiting her sister Mrs, Martin Seabolt. Eli Mooie, Jr., returned Saturday from Albion, Mich. , where he had been spending the summer. Mrs. Wm. J. Orcutt, of Ilurley, Wisconsin, bas beea visiting her mother, Mrs. J. N. Bailey. Miss Anna Drew has returned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Sue llowe, of Cavanaugh Lake. Mis. McManus left for Chicago,Tuesday, where she will reside with her son-iu-Iaw, Dr. ï. J, Sullivan. Mr. George Johnson and the Misses O'Neil and ü"Connor, of Detroit, spent Kunday at Martin M. Seabolt's. Ed. Duffy, W. J.MilIer,N.G.I3utts andM. Clark attended the great democratie rally in Detroit, "Wednesday night. Charles Seabolt, who has been employed in Gibson's gallery for the past year, has gone to Flint to accept a position there. Mr. G. P. G winner, of this city, left Tuesday for Fort Wayne, Ind., where he has accepted a position as foreman in a large packiug house.