Lewis Stevens went to Detroit, Tuesday. Major Stevens was in Detroit, Tuesday. John F. Lawrence left, Tuesday, or Boston. Jacob Weil, of New York, was ia the city, Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Rodgers is visiting friends in Jackson. Miss Julia Rominger is visiting friends in New York. J. D. Ryan was in Ypsilauti on business, Wednesday. Dr. Heneage Gibbes went to ! Grand Rapids, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy J. Thompson went to Jackson, Wednesday. President Angelí returned froiu ] Washington, D. C, Tuesday. Dr. C. F. Kapp, of Manchester, j was in the city last Wednesday. Miss Nellie Wells, of Toledo, has been visiting Miss Roy McClure. Dr. Pyle, of Milan was in the city Wednesday, on pension business. Rev. Henry Tatlock and Rev. E. M. Duff went to Detroit, Tuesday. George W. TurnBull Esq., of Chelsea, was in the city yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. V. C. Vaughan, gave a tea party, Monday evening. Rev. W. L. Tedrow returned from Somerset, Pa., Wednesday evening. Oliver Westfall, of Ypsilanti, was in Ann Arbor Wednesday, on ness. Mrs. Dr. Dean M. Tyler and Miss Foster spent last Wednesday in Ypsilanri. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Tabor ieturned Wednesday from a visit on the Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rinker, of renwick, are visiting Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Jocelyn. J. S. McGuire, of Owosso, who has been visiting hexe returned home, Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs. C A. Young left for Florida, Wednesday, on account of Mrs. Young's health. Hon. Chas. R. Whitman returned from a business trip to Washington, D. C, Wednesday morning. Mrs. E. Wanty, who has been visiting her brother, Steele Proctor, has returned to Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gould and c'aiid, of London, Canada, are visitingat W. A. Bunting's, onElizabeth street. B. J. Conrad attended a meeting of the directors of the Michigan Life Insurance company in Detroit, 1 uesuay. Mr. B. Frank Bower, rnanaging editor of the Cleveland World, visited his mother and sisters, Tuesday and Wednesday. H. A. Birkhead, of Owensburg, Ky., is in the city to see about entering the preparatory department of the university. Enrique M. Nelson, engineer with the national department of agriculture, Buenos Ayres, Argentine, was in the city Monday visiting the University. George P. Wanty, of Grand Rapids, spent the first of the week with friends in the city. He left for a foreign tour which iucludes Egypt and Palestine. James Donovan of the fifth ward, startcd Wednesday morning on a trip to Battle Creek, Marshall, Al'bion and Niles, mixing up sales of table relishes ánd pipes. Hugh Brown, of Pontiac, deputy superintendent of public instruction ander Mr. Fitch, now travelling for Allyn & Bacon, of Boston', was iiv the city Wednesday. W. G. Kempf and wife, J. S. Cumming and wife, and Mrs. M. G. Curtis, of Chelsea, and the Misses Everitts, of Kansas, were ín the city Wednesday, visiting the university and doing the town. R. S. Nevill, of Louisville, Ky., who represents one of the great tobacco industries of Kentucky, is in the city visiting his daughter who is attending the University, and who will not be able to finish her course in the medical department, on account of illness.