Mrs. Dr. MacLachlan is visiting in Flint. Prof. I. N. Deramon went to Alma, yesterday. Dr. Nancrede and Prof. Stanley were in Detroit, Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Krause and daughter are visiting in Detroit. Will Condón, of the upper peninsulares home on a visit. Governor Ashley, of Toledo, was in the city, Tuesday evening. Walter and Frank Stafford left for Seattle, Washington, YVednesday. .Miss Minnie Lemon, of North Newburg, is visiting relatives in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Matthews, of Owosso, were in the city over Sunday. Mr. Fred A. Maynard, of Grand Rapids, visited his parents last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sprague, of! Detroit, visited ]. E. Beal the first Df the week. Fred Greene, of Cambridge, Mass., has been visiting his uncle. Prof. C. E. Greene. Mrs. Dr. Ryder, of Andover, Mass., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Fripp, on Huron street. Mrs. E. A. Rathbone left Wednesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. H. T. McPherson, in Georgia. Mrs. Fannie Buckingham, of Mount Clair, New Jersey, spent Saturday with Ann Arbor friends. Mrs. John Jewett (nee Danforth), of Buffalo, N. Y., formerly of this city, visited friends here last week. Miss Walker, of Irvington, N. Y., who has been the guest of Mrs. S. W. Clarkson, left for Plymouth, Wednesday. E. F. Mills is in Xew York city. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beal leave tomorrow for California and the Hawaiian Islands. Miss Emma Stevenson, of Peekskill, N. Y. , visited her sister, Mrs. J. J. Parshall, last week, on her way to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Morris, of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday with their cousin, Mrs. V'. C. Morris, of South State street. Mrs. Lizzie Danforth Jewette, of Buffalo, and Mrs. Fannie Buckingham (nee Hawkens), of Xew York City, were the guests of Mrs. John W. Maynard, last week.