J. D. Ryan has retuned from Detroit. Mrs. F. O. Martty and daughter are visiting in Jackson. :lrs. A. L. Noble has returned from a visit in Buffalo. Mrs. James Steiniiel'l, of Bcighton, is visiting in the city. Mrs. Dr. J. VS'. Morton has returned from a Detroit visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Stark, of Salem, are visiting in the city. Miss Maggie Riley, of Monroe, is visiting Miss Flora McMahon. E. A. Reimold, of Saginaw, is a guest of O. S. Reimold, of this city. M. J. Good, of Chicago, is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. F. Schairer. Mr. J. W. Hoover, of the Chelsea Standard, was in the city Friday. Prof. C. J. Thorp, of Cold water, was last week a guest of J. H. Clement. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Babcock visited Grand Rapids friends, last week. Mrs. H. M. Doty, of Saginaw, is a guest of Mrs. Lathrop, of E. Ann street. Dr. S. C. Glidden, who is in the city for a few days, will lócate in Chicago. Chauncey Smith has returned from a sojourn of several months in the south. Geo. Nissly, of Manchester, caller on his son August, in Ann Arbor last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, o Pittsburg, are guests of Fred Besi mer and wife. Mrs. Fred Vogel, of Chelsea, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. John Koch for a few days. Rev. Cobern well deliver a series of lectures at Lawrence university Appleton, Wis. Mrs. Mary Jaycox, of San José Cal., is visiting at the home o Spencer Lennon. W. H. Kurtz, of the Monroe Democrat, was a visitor to Ann Arbor, Saturday. Paul V. Perry, of Detroit, is re newing his acquaintance with his parents in Ann Arbor. Miss Jessie Porter has returnec from attending the silver wedding o: her parents at Marshall. Hon. "Sky" Olds, a republican of national note, was in the city on Friday, closeted with the Courier. Mrs. J.B. Kemp, of Detroit, is a guestof her sister, Mrs. N. H. Drake of East Huron street, for a few days. Rev. E. W. Moore and wife gave an "at home" to the young people and University students, on Friday evening. Mrs. Flagg, of S. Thayer street, has returned from Chicago, where she was summoned by the death ol her son. Mr. Smith, of the Milán Leader, was in the city Saturday and attended the afternoon performance of the Innes band. Hon. Wm. Steufer, a national banker of West Point, Neb., and candidate for state senator, is visiting J. G. Schairer. Misse Allice Pacy, of Dexter, and Julia Ball, of Hamburg, were last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Ball, of East Liberty street. A young son is stirring up sedition in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schultz. At Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoelzle's it's different. Girl. Frank Bowen has returned from Minneapolis and will be the assistant of Dr. Campbell in the anatomical laboratory the present year. The Misses Lizzie and Anna Maier, of New York City, are in the city to make their home with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dietas. Rev. O. C. Young returned Friday from Denver where he rejoined lis wif; who was returning from California, she having made the trip for her health. Mrs. Young is at present in Detroit. D. C. Griffort and Miss Alice Schairer, of West Point, and J. J. Schairer, of El Paso, Texas, arrived in the city last week, to attend the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schairer, held this week. Rev. Mr. Duff, assistant rector of St. Andrew's church, preached his :arewell sermón last Sunday and has jone to assume charge of St. Paul's church, of Grand Rapids. Mr. Duff while in Ann Arbor made many enduring friendships, and all who ïave enjoyed his acquaintance will wish him a prosperous pastorate in lis new field.