Landlord Kellogg is in Dearborn today. Dr. Nancrede left for Eaton Rapids this morning. L. Z. Foster, of Ypsilanti, was in the city, Wednesday. Dr. A. Kent Hale visited Toledo Tuesday, on business. A. A. Farland and sister departed for Alpena this morning. Eli Moore, of the north side, is in Ypsilanti on business today. Miss Eva Cornwell visited relatives in Ypsilanti, ïhursday. Mrs. W. H. Hayes, of this .city is visiting relatives at Mendon. Dr. 'aughan was called to Holland today on professional business. Hon. Chas. R. Whitman was in Detroit on legal business, Wednesday. M. S. Cook, of Dexter, was registered at the Germania, Wednesday. Pension Examiner Dr. Pyle, of Milan, was in the city on business, Wednesday. Mark Celin, of New Vork, was in the city on business with Wm. Arnold, the jeweler. Dr. John Kapp returned Tuesday evening from Chicago, where he has been on business. J. A. Eismann, of Chelsea, was in the city looking after his cigar interests, Wednesday. John Donovan, of the 5th ward, left yesterday morning for Manchester to sell some pipes. Chas. E. Hall, of Grand Rapids, was in this city Wednesday on business with Samuel Baumgartner. F. Markem, representing the Walter A. Wood Manufactursng Co., left Thursday morning for Munith. Miss Hettie McClne,of Charlotte,, has been visiting Mrs. D. A. Hammond this week. She ieaves for home tomorrow evening. Mr. A. Sweet, of Croswell, Mich., representing Strevel & Sweet, manufacturers and dealers in homemade maple sugar, was in the city, Tuesday. Bert Taylor, of this city, left this morning for Middle Bass Island, Lake Erie, to take charge of the engineering department of the Middle Bass club. Miss Kate Russell, of this city, a delégate to the Woman's Foreign Missionary society's convention at Lansing, left for that city Wednesday a. m. ■ She say she thinks the society could find considerable work to do at home were they so disposed.