föhn Üonevan is in Saline today. Prof. Hamilton, of Bucyrus,Ohio, is in town. Dr. W. F. Breakey is in Detroit on business today. Emanuel VVagner spent yesterday in Dexter on business. August Dupslauf left yesterday for a visit to Perkam, Minn, Mrs. Hughs, of this city, visiteri friends in Detroit, VVednesday. Walter Mack and wife, of this ity, were in Detroit visiting friends Vednesday. Kenny & Quinlan have rented one of the stores in the new city )uildings. A. Wagner, of Dearborn, contracor and builder, was in the city, Wednesday. Miss Christine Carey, of Detroit treet, has been renovating and imjroving her store. Dr. V. C. Vaughan, of the U. of M. was in Jackson on professional nisiness Wednesday. Joseph A. Polhemus returned 'rom a fishing expedition to Strawjerry Lake last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Trautwein, of Dexter, were the guests, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacob Koch. Mrs. Victoria Morris will leave or New York City next Monday, accompanied by her son and daughter. Fred Durheim of Muskegan who ïas been visiting with his mother, Mrs. Lena Durheim, left yesterday for home. Miss Tillie Kuhn, of West Liberty street, who has been convalescing from a serious illness, has suffered a relapse. Mr. Sidney Eastman, of Chicago, passed last Sunday with his motherin-law, Mrs. Olivia B. Hall, on his return from New York. H. L. Wood, the popular insurance agent of Chelsea, was in the city Thursday. He represents the New York Mutual Life. Mr. Henry üsborne, of Petrolia, Ontario, visited his mother, Mrs. Daniel Pierce, and sister, Mrs. Henry T. Shulz, this week. Prof. Arthur Tagge, of the Monroe schools arrived in Ann Arbor Wednesday and will be the guest of his brother-in-law, City Clerk Miller. Jacob Laubengayer, of Preedom, visited friends in Ann Arbor, Wednesday. If he lives until this fall he will be 84 years old. He was one of the early settlers. Prof. A. A. Stanley left yesterday for Boston on business of the University School of Music. He will visit his brother at Pawtucket, R. I., before returning home. Dr. D. P. McLachlan, of Moore ville, was in town yesterday on busi ness, He reports the wheat in his vicinity has not come through the winter in very good shape. Attorney Frank J. Rigg, who ha been in the office of M. J. Lehman left yesterday for Detroit to ente the office of Post & Wilkinson. Mr Riggs has many friends who wisl him success in his new field of use fulness. 1 Michael Suebler and John Keppler left yesterday for Toledo on business. Last evening Rev. Max Heim addressed the Ypung People's society of Zion's church, on the question, "What shoald we as Lutherans think of the Y. M. C. A.?" Prof. Mortimer E. Cooley, of the civil engineering department, left Tuesday afternoon for Kalamazoo vvhere he is superintcnding the construction of the new addition to the asylum. Mrs. Louise Walker, of Washtenaw avenue, will start for Europe next week. She accompanies her aunt, Mrs. Phillips, ot Syracuse, N. Y. They will be absent several raonths.