Dr. Hunt is in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. D. M. Tyler was in Detroit, festerday. Cari Gauss is visiting with friends n Detroit. Edward Lohr visited Toledo relaives this week. S. A. Moran was in Ypsilanti yesterday on business. Ross Granger was in Toledo yesterday on business. Hon. J. T. Jacobs was in Detriot on business Monday. F. A. Wilson, of this city, left for Saginaw this morning. L. J. Liesemer is in Detroit for a few days, on business. Solomon Baumgartner visited Sa line friends this week. R. S. Greenwood was in Toledo Wednesday on business. Ex-Senator Reuben Kempf was a Detroit visitor Wednesday. Col. B. M. Thompson was in Chelsea, Thursday evening. Eugene K. Frueauff, of this city was in Toledo Thursday on busi ness. J. F. Weissinger, of Saline, was in Ann Arbor, Tuesday, on busi ness. Mrs. W. G. Dieterle is entertaining her father, Mr. Geo. Keek of Mauchester. Oil Inspector J. L. Gilbert, of Chelsea, was in the city, Thursday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown gave a card party to a few friends, Wednesday evening. Orrin Moore, who has been visiting his family in Dexter, has returned to the city. Quartermaster General Devlin, of Jackson, was in the city on military business on Wednesday. School Commissioner M. J. Cavanaugh has been confined to his house this week by illness. Mrs. L. M. Storms and daughter Hazel, of this city, left Wednesday for Wheeling, West Virginia. Aid. and Mrs. Martin left last evening for Battle Creek to visit with Mrs. Martin's relatives. E. R. Wills, of Detroit, was in the city, Thursday, on business with Samuel Baumgartner the grocer. Abouc twenty friends were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nichols, Wednesday evening, at cards. W. W. Wedemeyer, '94 lit returned yesterday from Chelsea where he had been visiting with his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stierle, of Freedom, were in the city, Wednesday, and sold three bushels of eggs. Mrs. G. L. Smith and family, of W. Huron street, are spending the holidays in their old home in opolis. Michael Schiller, of Chelsea, was in the city Tuesday for the purpose of procuring repairs for his threshing engine. Cari Arndt with the Keene Co., that played in the opera house during the week is the traveling correspondent of the Baltimore Correspondent. He was during his stay in the city a guest of the Germania. Miss Jordán, of the dental de)artment of the U. of M., left Vednesday evening for her home ia Denver, Colo. E. T. McClure is expected home rom St. Joseph, where he has been uperintending Hotel Whitcomb, his ew enterprise. David Mayer, of Lodi, was in the ity, Wednesday, for the purpose of elivering oak lumber to the Michian Furniture Co. J. E. Beal and Charles Hiscock were in Ypsilanti Wednesday atending a meeting of the Motor ine stockholders. Mrs. Rickie Finkbeiner and son f Detroit, have arrived in Ann Aror to make an extended visit to her ncle, John C. Schmid. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Seyler eturned yesterday from their southrn wedding tour and have gone to ousekeeping on Detroit street. Drs. Freer and Carrow and John R. Miner left yesterday afternoon n the Ann Arbor road for Zukey -.ake to spend a few days fishing. W. J. Fowler, of Aurora, 111., was egistered at the Germania, Thursay. He sells jewelry, and Wm. Arnold was looked up immediately. Miss Sophie Schmid returned yesterday from Columbus, Ohio, she had been making an extended visit with her brother, Prof. Emanuel Schmid. Miss Anna Knauf and Miss Hattie Rogers left this morning to attend the literary banquet given by the Stockbridge literary society this evening. Drs. Flemming Carrow, P. C. Freer, Warren Lombard, Prof. Calvin Thomas and John R. Miner left last evening on a fishing expedition to Zukey lake. James Nelson, of Miller avenue, spent Sunday in Ypsilanti with friends. One of these friends, Mrs. Courtland Snediecor,he had not seen for twenty-five years. Regent Cook remained in Ann Arbor until yesterday afternoon when he returned to his home in Corunna. He is still showing the eft'ects of his late severe illness. Wiï'uam Herz has the contract for painting the houses of Albert Schumacher, Mrs. Noli, Jacob Laubengayer, Mrs. Burkhardt, and Eugene K. Frueauft' of W. Huron street. Mrs. H. P. Hammond, of Augusta, who has been making atL extended visit among friends in Jackson, Battle Creek, and Grand Rapids, is stopping for a few days with her son, D. A. Hammond in this city. Col. John Wild, a participant in "the late unpleasantness," very quietly celebrated his Ó5th birthday at the Germania hotel, Thursday. - J ___ J The old veteran says they had lively times in the Shenandoah valley with "Little Phil." Assistant Inspector Edwin E. Hallett received word from división headquarters to the effect that he could use his own discretion with regard to inspecting the camp at Grass Lake. He has decided to let them fill out their own reports, thus saving them the expense of the inspection. Orange Webster, express messenger of Cadillac, was in the city Wednesday, the guest of his uncle B. F. Watts. He came to Ann Arbor for the purpose of having a surgical operation and found that he would have to return to the city May i. Mr. Webster was formerly a resident of Ann Arbor. Martin Haller's new line of Silk, Lace and Chenille Curtains for spring trade is to be seen in his show window.