John Gillen, of Saline, was in the city Friday, on business. Miss Josephine Hyde is spending the winter with friends in Colorado. Philip Bach, Jr., of Cooney, N. M., is in the city visiting his parenrs. Mrs. Benj. Boutwell returned last Friday from a week's visit at Hillsdale. A. Schairer, of West Point, Neb., is visiting his parents and friends in the city. Dr. Conrad Georg was called to Detroit Saturday on professional business. Geo. F. Gruber, of Rochester, N. Y., was in the city on business last Saturday. Mrs. Philip Krause is entertaining her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Hirth of Toledo. Louis J. Liesemer has returned from Chicago, where he had been on business. Carl Jones, the trombone solist' has returned to continue his work in the University. H. R. Jenkins returned home today, after spending the summer in Owosso and Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lamben of Mt. Vernon, O., are in the city as the guests of friends. Mrs. D. C. Fall and family ahve moved to Jackson, where they will make their future home. Prof. Asaph Hall, of Washington, D. C, is in the city as the guest of his son, Prof. Asaph Hall, jr. Rev. Max Hein and Louis Boos leave today to attend the synod of the northern district at New Washington, Ohio.