William Wagner and wife left on Monday for Topeka, Kan., where they will v.sit their daughter, Mrs. Peers. Pjoí Frank Wagner lias beconie preceptor of a young girl who came to bis home for good on Wednesday. Joe Seabolt has returned f rom a visit to Frankfort. E. C. Howard, township clerk of Augusta, was in the city yesterday. Geo. H. Pond is in Manchester today attending the special teachers' examination there. Fred Staebler aml Louis Schneirlo are spending two weeks' vacation vith JVlr. and Mrs. J. F. Staebler in the country. Knrl E. arriman, who is doing theatrical aud sporting work on the Toledo Commercial, was in the city for a few days this week, returning to his work on Thursday. Chas. W. Wagner returned from Wequetonsing on Tnèsday, bringing with him his family who bave been in their oottage at that resort all surumer. Thos. E. Goodrich, formerly '95 lit, and well known to many Aun Albor people, is reported to be lying in a precarious condition with typhoid fever at his home in Brutus, near Petobkey. Mr. Goodrich is register of deeds of Emmet county. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk H. J. Clark and son spent Sunday in Detroit. Mrs. Harriet M. Wait, of Rahway, N. J. , is vis)ting her sister, Mrs. Sarah C. Beakes. J. D. Ryan was in Rochester, N. Y., this week. Mrs Dr. Howell, of Alpena, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kearns, of Detroit, spent Sunday in this city. Supervisor Walter H. Daucer, of Linia, was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Sidney C. Eastman, of Chicago, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Olivia C. Hall. Miss Eva Herbert has taken a position as bookkeeper for Jacobs & Allmand. School Commissioner Wedemeyer is in Manchester today, conducting a special teachers' examination there. This exaniination is held only in cotmties having more than 150 schools. John R. Miner left Wednesday morniug for a trip to Kansas City. J. A. LeRoy, of North Fifth avrnne, who has been with the Oakland County Post this summer, was in the city a short time this week,leaving on Wednesday for Omena to train with the foot ball team. Mrs. E. F. Johnson is visiting friends in Lima, Ohio. Mrs. Frank Merry and family are spending a few weeks with relatives in Quiucy, UI. Mrs. H. 8. Cheever has ïfturned from a visit witb Tecumseh friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. SeabolthavO re turned f rom Lonisville. Mr. and Mrs. James VanTassel, of Detroit, vis ted tliPir sou, J. H. Van Tasset, Wesleyan Gnild seeretary, duriug tbe M. E. conference. -Miss Millie A. Parsoas will have charge of Mooie & Wetmore's State street store during the comiug year. Bird Williams who lias boen in Petoskey this suinmer, as rHspensina; clerk for one of the leading pharmaeies there, has returued home for nis year's work in the pharinacy departinent. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stoll, of West Jeffersou street, are euteríaining a very welcome little guest. She is a ren-pound daughter. Time of arrival- Tuesday'. Thomas B. Coolfy, son of Judge Thomas M.Cooley.is vsiting his father for a short time. Mr. Cooley has a j sponsible position in a leading Boston ; ïospital. Judge Cooley, who has been ! spending some time in Boston, ' oauied his sou home. H. M. Senter.one of last year's ends on the ' rarsity foot ball team, arrived in ;he city Tuesday evening from a trip through Eugland on his bicycle. Prosecutiug Attorney Randall was in Monroe yesterday, trying a case before Judge Kiune in the circut court. Chas. F. Gruner, of the First Natonal bank.is taking a week's vacation. J. H. Van Tassel, state secretary of the Epworth League, went to Albion this morning to attend to League work n the Michigan conference, whiob is in session there. Mrs. Mary Norton, who has beeu in Jackson for the past three years, has retnrned to Ann Arbor. She bas gone to Whitmore Lake to spend a few weeks. Mrs. L. S. Piyer of East üniversity avenue is entertaining Mrs. Freeman Stuart of Dixboro.who is in the city for a surgical operation. Miss Matilda Brown has gone to Dansville for a visit of sevoral weeks. I Mrs. W. W. Wetmore visited her son in Jonesville this week. Miss Florence Sterrets, nf the Utopia milinery parlors, has gone to Cleveland to replenish her stock. Mrs. Archie Johnson, of St. Paul, Minn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bliss. Geo. B. Dygert has donned his canvas suit again and will coach the Eureka college, Illinois, foot ball team for a few weeks. P. G. Suekey, of .Toledo, was in the city for a short time this week. Mrs. J. S. Henderson is visitiug in Mason, tbegaest of her sous.Homer and Clarence. Mrs. A. E. Gregg and daughter Iva have retumed from their visit to Marquette. J. W. Wing, of Scio, has passed rnile stone number seventy-five of his life aud just to show that he is oue of the boys yet he gave a sumptuous diuner to about forty of his frieuds last Satmday. Auu Arbor, Soio, Ypsilauti, Dexter, Lima aud Webster were represented in the gatheriug. Kevs. John Neumann, of this city, and Paul Irion, of Freedom, were in Detroit this week, visiting Zoar orphan asylum, au institution nnder coutrol of the Michigan syuod of the Evaugelical Lutherau 'church. Prof. D. W. Springer, of East University avenue, eutertaiued his father, Rev. I. E. Spriuger, presiding eider of the Port Huron district, during the sessiou of the Detroit conference. Ralph Miller has returnd from Philadelphia. Mrs. T. W. Mingay is home, after a visit of two weeks with her parents ín Bowmanville, Out. Judge W. D. Harriman was called to Vermont this week by the illuess of his sister. Michael Brenuer has boen entertaining his friend Mr. Wolier, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., this week.