Marcna Cbalmers is iu Jackson. Andrew Carupbell is iu Lansiug. H. W. Douglas spent Sunday in Lausiug. H. VV. Owen is in Akrou, Ohio, for this week. Miss Helen Marshall is speuding the week in Chicago. Dr. Francis Welen Epent a few days in the city this week. Mrs. D. M. Tyler has returned home from her snrnmer vaoation. Dr. B. B. Sndwcrth returned Saturday from a visit to Petoskey. Miss Horner, of Ypsilanti, is au Ann Arbor visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Goodyear left Mouday on a short vacation trip. Dr. and Mrs. Howley, ofj Detroit, are making a bridal visit in Ann Arbor. James Lusby, of Ashley st., has removed to Laporte, Ind., to take np his residence. Miss Hattie Huson is spending a couple of weeks with Miss Allie Clav, of Jackson. Wm, .1. Frauk, jr., of Detroit, was in the city Suuday shaking bands with old friends. Miss Catherine Campbell returns to her duties as teacher in South Bend, Ind., today. Miss Alice Steabler returned Friday evening from a very pleasant visit with Toledo frieuds. Mail Carriers Karl Kern and C. Frank O'Hfiarn ace enjoying their two weeks' vacation. E. F. Mills left Tuesday night for New York to purohase bis fall aud winter stock of dry goods. Mrs. G. H. Granger, of Bay City, is spending a few weeks with her sister, Miss Ella Nichols of 10 Arch st. Miss Pearl (Jady, of Paokard st. is speudiug a few days with her cousin Miss Lydia Euders, of Ypsilaati. A. L. Clark, of this city, has been appointed manager of the Lansing Boiler and Engine Works, at Jackson. Will W. Alexander returned to Jackson Monday, where he is pleasantly sitnated in the Warner hardware store. Charles S. Grossman, a former Ann Arbor boy, is now travelling for the Jewfilers' Circular in Palestino and the Oriënt. Mrs. Margaret Hudson and daugbter Miss Mary, left for Bellevue, Pa., Wednesday, which will be their home in the fntore. The Misses Florence Poineroy and Margaret Carhart have leturned from their outing at Bay View and other northern resorts. Mrs. E. J. Erb, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Miller, returned Tuesday to her home. Prof. E. R. Clark and wife, of Colorado Spriugs, Colo., are visiting their sister, Mrs. Theo. B. Williams, of Washington st, E. Miss Orma Botler, lit '97, of this city, has been appointed English teacher at the Chelsea high school for the coming school year. Donovan, of Bay, the lone demoorat df the legislatnre of 1895, is one of the oelegates at thu C. M. B. A. convention in this city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. H. Eberbach and daughter Edith, Florence Scbweinfnrth and Fred Parsons have returned from their outing at thelakea. Mr. and Mrs. George 8. Vandawarker are away on a four weeks' vacation trip to Mackinac and ether points in the northern part of the state. T. J. DeForrest haa been in St. Paul, Minn., the past few days as one of the delegates from Michigan to the National Farmers' convention. Miss Belle Sperry returned Saturday night from her trip abroad. She was gone about two ruonths. She left for Chicago today, where she has a position in the schools. Rev. T. W. Young went to Grand Rapids Tuesday to attend the auuual meeting of the trustees of the Michigan Anti-Saloon League. Mr. Young is one of the trustees. Mrs. J. H. Hyde and little son Ray, of Riverside, Cal., are visiting her sisteis, Mrs. Daniel T. Pierce and Mrs. Fred Klinger and nieoe, Mrs. Henry T. Schulz, in this city. C. E, Roeder will take the place of Mr. Hildner as insfcruotor in (ïerman dnring the latter's absence in Europe. Mr. JRoeder is a '93 gradúate and a post-graduate student. Rev. W. L. Tedrow and fainily retnrned Friday from their three weeks' visiti at Klingier Lake and with friends in Constantiue. They report an exceedingly pleasant time. Mrs. M. L. Wunderlich and daughters, Lillian and Matie, and Mrs. J. Miller, from Jackson, have been visiting for the last three weeks at the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Braun, in Salem.