J. C. Watts is home from Saginaw. Miss Annie Lutz is visiting in Indiana. Rev. Charles A. Young is in Arkansas. Mrs. George H. Pond is visiting n Jackson. Walter Lathrop left for Chicago Wednesday. Chris. Carey is now clerking for John Eisele. Prof. and Mrs. E. D. Adams are at Old Mission. Frank Masten has been in Chicago, this week. Edward Hutzel, of Pittsfield, goes to Chicago today. Mrs. E. B. Pond has been in Adrián this week. S. V. Clarkson left for Chicago, Monday evening. J. T. Jacobs left last evening for Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. J. C. Shryrer is home from Ft. Smith, Texas. Miss Birdie Nixon is visiting friends in Jackson. Robert Stabler, of Toledo, was home over Sunday. Justin Bullis and sister left for Chicago, yesterday. Miss Anna Lutz is visiting in Richmond, Indiana. Dr. W. J. Herdman returned from Chicago, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Travis leave for Chicago today. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hiscock are visiting the World's Fair. Ed. C. PitRin left for Galveston, Texas, Saturday evening. Mrs. S. Haynes, of England is visiting at Thomas East's. Edward Duffy, of Pittsburg Pa, is visiting Mrs. James Galick. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Suekey left Chicago, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Connable, of Petoskey, is visiting her son in this city. Miss Pauline Huss, of Saginaw, was in the city over Sunday. Mrs. Julia A. Pitkin is visiting her son in Petrolia, Ontario. Rufus Cate, of Detroit, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. K. Childs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. A. Sessions returned from Chicago Sunday. Miss Mattie Drake returned from two weeks in Chicago, Saturday. W. B. Giidartr of the Stockbridge Sun, was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Grant, of Manistee, has been visiting, Mrs. J. E. Beal. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Babcock leave for the World's Fair this week. S. A. Blair, agent of the Erie Dispatch, was in the city, Monday. Mrs. Olivia B. Hall is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eastman, in Chicago. Miss May Cooley gave a large and brilliant reception last Friday evening. Miss Carrie Watts is visiting in Chicago and seeing the World's Fair. Cari Kinkle, of Shelbyville, Ky., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Walter Mack. Miss Mutschell, of Hudson, is visiting her brother, Eugene Mutschell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McNair, of Tecumseh, are visiting at ex-Mayor Doty's. Harry C. Nichols, of Montpelier, Ohio, is visiting his father, John A. Nichols. The catalogue of the School of Music shows that the school has 142 pupils. Mrs. N. D. Cochran and children, of Toledo, are visiting her father, John Moore. Miss Lena Allen, of West Bay City, has been visiting Mrs. B. F. Schumacher. ig Theodore Stanger, from Elmhurst (111.) Theological Seminary, is in the city. Mrs. G. W. Seavey, of Fort Wayne, is in the city with a view of locating here. Mrs. D. Potter and Miss Mamie Osborne, of Flint, have been ing in the city. Prof. Carl Leutwein has gone to Wapakoneta, Ohio, to conduct a summer school. Albert Gruber and family, of Findlay, Ohio, are visiting at Harvey Cornwell's. Mrs. Henry Martin, of Jackson, has been visiting her brother, Nelson Sutherland. George Kelly, of Ancaster, Ont., arrived here Wednesday evening, to make his home here. Herbert B. Shoemaker, lit '91, first managing editor of the U. of M. Daily is in the city this week. Mrs. Chauncey Orcutt, Mrs. ISessie Whitlark and Mrs. Joseph Whitlark are visiting the World's Fair. J. Ward Hicks, a prominent candidate for U. S. district attorney of Missouri, located at Monett, Mo., is visiting his father, Walter H. Hicks. F. Rentschler has jjone to Chicago to assist J. J. Gibson in taking photographs on the World's Fair grounds. Prof. Hatnilton, oiíJucyrus, Ohio, is in the city, looking after the construction of his new house on South Fifth avenue. Miss Louise Weitbrecht and brother, Ben, have gone to Springfield, Ohio, to spend the summer with their brother. Prof. Goodyear, of the Port Huron Business College, a patient of Dr. Carrow's, returned home this week much benefitted. Miss Mary Dickey, teacher of German in the high school, who has been given a years leave of absence will spend the year in Germany. Mrs. Lois Osgood, who has been spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Henry DePue, of Division St. , returned to her home in Adrián, Tuesday. Mrs. Gilslon and Miss Emerson, of Orange, N. J., who have been visiting at W. D. Adams', on their return from the World's Fair, left for home Tuesday morning. Karl Kern, of the Argus coraposing room left for Chicago last Saturday to attend the meeting of the International Typographical Union as a delegate from Ann Arbor. Major McClellan, chief of staff for Gen. Jubal Early during the late unpleasantness, now of Lexington, Kentucky, has been in the city this week arranging for two of his children, who will attend the University. Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Adams, of West Superior, Wis., made their first visit to Ann Arbor on Wednesday last. They were bride and groom, and were the guests of Mrs. N. H. Pierce. They were much pleased with the "beautiful city." C. M. Osgood has received a letter from his son, Frank L. Osgood, steward on the Panther, a lake boat, that conveys the unfortunate news that he lately fell through the hatchway, injuring him to such an extent that he is now confined in a hospital in Chicago.