E. 1!. Hall was at Toledo, Saturday. A. D. Seyler was at Detroit Monday. Miss Emily Gwinner went to Detroit on Monday: I". A. Blake has returned f rom an extended northern trip. Chas. A. Kaichen, of Chicago, has been in the city this week. Miss Ione Hunter, of Kensington, is visiting Mrs. C. E. Mutschel. Charles H. Richmond returned to Des Moines, Ia., Wednesday. E. F. Mills and A. L. Noble leave for New York this evening on business. Edgar Sager, of Iowa, is visitiog his mother and sisters on State street. Morrell Goodrich, an oíd pioneer, of Dexter, was in Ann Arbor, yesterday. O. D. Case, of Tiffin, O., sper.t Sunday with his brother-in-law, E. B. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blitz, of Detroit, were Ann Arbor visitors, Monday. Mrs. Daniel Strickler, of Elizabeth street, is visiting her daughter in Toronto. Geo. W. Noble, of Buchannan, spent Wednesday with his brother, A. L. Noble. H. D. Merithew, prosecuting at-i torney of Osceola county, returned home on Monday. Harry Starritt, of Chicago, was the guest of his cousin, A. L. Noble, Wednesday. Mrs. E. B. Lewis left on Monday for California to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Kimball. Roath, of the firm of Bach, Abel & Co., leaves for New Vork to-morrow on business. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Bliss, of Jackson, spent Sunday with his parents on Williains street. Chas. Potter, wife and daughter, of New York, have been the guests of his sister, Mrs. S. A. Moran. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Whitmarsh, of Milan, spent a couple of days; this week with friends in the city. ! Miss Zada Rhodes left for Detroit,: yesterday. She will either make her home there or at Cadillac. N. R. Waterman, now of S'alt Lake City, utah, has been visiting friends here during the past week. Rev. Robert E. Holland was at l'lint, Sunday, and filled the pulpit in the Episcopal church in that city. Rev. Dr. McDuff, rector of the episcopal church at Flint was the truest of Rev. H. Tatlock over Sunday. Allie Hoag, a Detroit druggist, formerly with J. J. Goodyear, is spending a couple of weeks with his mother in this city. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Tuomy, of Washtenaw avenue, entertained a party of forty couples at their home on Monday evening. Rev. A. S. Carman was on the street yesterday for the first time in three weeks. He leaves today for a visit at Berrien Springs to recupérate. Robert Phillips, of the Gaylord Exchange Bank, has accepted the position of teller in the Farmers & Mechanics Bank, vice Chas. F. Gruner, resigned. Mrs. H. W. Hawley, of Denver, Col., and Mrs. W. J. Abbott, of! Chicago, who have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack, returned home Saturday.