J. T. Jacobs was at Jackson, Tuesday. Judge Hooker, of Charlotte, was in the city Tuesday. O. M. Martin and wife went to Jackson, Wednesday. Miss Anna Searl, of Elsie, visited friends here this week. W. G. Dieterle and wife spent Sunday at Manchester. Editor Smith, of the Milan Leader, was in the city, Monday. P. L. Lantz, of Nova Scotia, is visiting his nephew, M. F. Lantz. "Col." Jas. N. Riley is spending a few days with friends in the city. Chas. Jacobs, of Detroit, spent Sunday with his parents in this city. President Angelí returned Monday from a trip to Nashville, Tenn. Francis M. Hicks, of Pontiac, has been visiting Geo. H. Blum, this week. Miss Hortense Wagner, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is uisiting Mrs. Dr. Breakey. Dr. Eli L. Moore, of Bay city, is visiting his parents in this city for a few days. Ferry F. Powers, of the Cadillac News, was an Ann Arbor visitor, Saturday. Ms. W. S. Perry left last Saturday to visit her son for a few days at Bay City. H. M. Taber returned last week from North Dakota where he was on business. MissErmnaWeitbrecht,ofHowell, visited relatives and friends in this city Sunday. A. C. Schumacher returned Saturday from a business trip to Milwaukee, Wis. Edward Duffy was at Jackson, Tuesday, attending a meeting of the prison board. -Miss Lizzie Gregg, of Jackson, spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs W. D. Adams. W. H. Whilmarsh and wife of Milan, were the guests of B. F. Watts, Sunday. J. E. Field, of Alpena, who has been visiting J. E. Beal, returned home Saturday. Mrs. J. F. Miller, of Detroit, a former resident of Ann Arbor, was in the city yesterday. Arthur Mummery has accepted a position in the drug store of Kelly & Brown, at Stockbiidge. Mrs. Al. AI. Green, of Detroit, has been the guest of Miss Mate A. Clark during the past week. J. C. Watts, of East Saginaw, spent several days thjs week with his family on E. Liberty street. Miss Jessie Buslmell, of Coldwater, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. G. II. Pond and Miss íLaura Bushnell. Mrs. M. C. Shechan and children returned to Detroit, Saturday, after spending several weeks with friends here. Robert B. Honey, of Dexter, with his two sisters, Mrs. L. L. lames and Mrs. Crogan, have been visitinii theiraunt, Mrs. E. J. Babcock, this week. William E. Quinby and D. J. Campan, of Detroit, were in the city, Saturday afternoon. They are two men of whom the Democracy of the state feel proud. i George Clancy, Stewart .Millen, of this city, and Benj, Morse, of Alpena, left Saturday for British Columbia where they expect to enter the employ of the Hudson Hay Company. Messrs. C. E. Hiscock, Z. Roath, S. Langsdorf, E. H. Eberbach, VV. W. Watts, L. C. Goodrich and J. R. Miner spent a couple of days this week at the Keystone Club House at Zukey Lake. Prof. ['". L. York leaves next Monday for Paris where he will study during the summerunder Guilmant, one of the greatest living organists. He expects to return to Ann Arbor in September. Harry H. Watts, who returned a few weeks ago from Knoxville,Ten n . , left Tuesday evening for Minneapolis, Minn., whete he has accepted a position as optician with J. R. Elliott, the leading jeweler of that city. Mrs. A. D. Tourtillotte, who has been spending the winter in Ann Arbor, returned to her home in San Francisco, Cal,, last week. She was accompanied by her son George, who has been attending the dental department. Bert Tremaine, now a prosperous real estáte dealer of Cleveland, O., spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Jas. R. Bach. Ile returned home Monday, accompanied by his wife and children, who have been visiting here several weeks. Secretary Wade, wife and daughter left AVednesday evening for 'the Pacific coast where they expect to spend live or six weeks in travel. -Mr. Wade while there ui 1 1 attend the meeting of the General assembly of the Presbyterian church, to which he is a delégate, to be held at Portland, Oregon.