M. C. Peterson has returned f rom the North. J. Wise, of ÏTpsilanti, was in the city YVednesday. Mrs. Giles Lewis, of Chicago, is visiting at Charles S. Millen's. I. C. Watts, of East Saginaw, is visiting his family in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wallace returned ast Friday, to Chattanooga. Berton G. Belcher, of Ilowell, was visiting in the city Tuesdav. Mr. and Mrs. S. VV. Clarkson returned fiom Macon last Thursday, Ed. Roberts, who has been visiting here, returned home Thursday. M. J. Howard, of Superior, has been visiting relativos in East Saginaw. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Duffy returned, Wednesday evening, from Cincinnati. Mr. C. Mack lef t yesterday for Kansas City to visithisdaughterand grandsen. Miss Anna Burnett left for Chicago yesterday to accept the position as type writer. Mr. A. A. Meuth returned from Germany Wednesday, looking well and happy. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Frueauff spent Sunday in inspecting the gas well. Mrs. J . Brown gave a very pleas ant reception Baturday afternoon from three to six. Chas. Kaicher, of Pittsburg, Pa„ has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Sam Blitz, this week. President Angelí is in Cleveland atteudiug a meeting of the American ioard of Missions. Mis. A. M. Traver, of Grand Rapids, formerly of Ann ArUor, is visiting in the city a few days. Prof. Dennison is back from Europe. He speut a few days iii Vermout, be'ore retuining here. Dr. V. C. Vaughan has returned from Germany and a trip tbrough other European countries. George Ftiner has returned from Clinton, Iowa. ilis wife and daughter will return in a few weeks. Grant Davison, of Chicago, visited his brother Charles B. Davison, of the Courier, the ürst of the week. Miss Fannie Palmer, of Rogers Park, 111., who has been visiting her parents here, returned home Satuiday. E. ü. Watrous, who has been visiting his father-in-law, T. F. Leonard, has retumed to Kingsley, Kansas. Mrs. B. C. Fuller returned Fnday from a three weeks visit with relativos and fiiendsin Brooklyn, K. Y. C. Tuttle, formerly collection elerk in the National bank, now of Chicago, visited here the first of the week. Prof. E. L. VV alter returned Saturday from Itaiy, where he spent the summer in studying the Italian language. llev. YVilliam Hansen, superintendeut of the Zoar Asylum at Detroit, is visiting Prof. Einil Baur on West Huron street. Mrs. M. Herey. of Spring street has been in East Sagina w for the past two weeks with her son who has beeu seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Jennie B. Fiaher is spending the week with friends in Manchester and also acting as a delégate to the couoty convention of the W. C. ï. U. now being held there. Mrs. M. M. Tuttle will arrive this eveuingfrom Chicago, with a f uil line of pattern hats and millinery goods She has secured the services of Misses Mollie Snauble aud Tiuy Bross.