Charles Stark, of Cleveland, visited friends in the city this week. The Misses Helen Sherman and Minnie Strakel, of Putroit, have been the gnests of Mrs. Wm. Binder, of Packard street. James Handy spent Sunday with Jjansing friends. Miss Mary Brown was a guest the first of the -eek of her sister, Mrs. M. L. Wunderlich, of Jackson. Geo. W. Bullis returned last week from a few weeks' stay in the South. Dr. Copeland returned Saturday night from Bay City, where he was called to give some expert, testimony in an insarance case, being triad in the circuit court. Ex-CongressmanGoroian, of Cbelsea, was in the city Monday. Simon Schairer.of Dexter, spent Sunday with Ann Arbor friends.' Robt. Weideman, of New York.Rpenfc Suuday with his sister, Mrs. R. H. Kempf. Sergeant Major Muldery, of the First Battalion, was in the city Monday ■witb several other Adrián friends, as gnests of the Ann Arbor Light Infantry. Chas. Komiskey, prosecuting attorney of Livingston connty, was in the city last Monday on professional business. Mr. Robert Wideman, a former Ann Arbor boy and now a prospeious New Yorker, paid his sister, Mrs. Prof. Reuben Kempf, and his old friends in this oity a visit over Sunday. jjj Miss Lydi Weitbrecht, Mrs. Reuben Armbrnster, Mrs. Brown, Mrs, John Beek, Mr. aud Mrs. Sid W. Millard and Emanuel Spring were in Detroit Sunday attending the funeral of Mrs. John F. Seifert. L. H. Clement arrived horae yesterday from a business trip in Indiana and Illinois. Hon.William Wiggins, of Adrián, was in the city Wednesday.