Geo. Fuller has been visiting friends in Detroit, recently. Prof.'W. J. Codeer, of Adrián spent last Sabbath in the city. N. H. Pieroe is visitmg Lis brother &t CoopersviTle, Ottawa Co. Mina Clara Wheeler expects t oreturn to Ann Arbor ín a few days. Prof. E. Olney, of the university, in to visit Saratoga, N. Y., soon. Co. Treasurer Gensley returned Saturday last from a trip to Ohio. Mr. D. W. Russ, of South Bend, is visiting bis sister, Mrs. Dr. P. B. Rose. The owner of Cook's hotel and the Millun homestead, Mr. E. Packer, of N. Y., is in the city. B. J. Billings, of Chelsca, was in the city last Friday, and Dr. Frothingham operatod on bis eyes. Mr. „F. W. Stock, of Ilillsdale, was in the city last week consulting a pbysician relative to healtb. Hon. John J. Robison, of Sharon, was in the city on business last Tuesday. Just as rabid a democrat as ever. Wm. Karberg, ibrmorly with I. L. Gtinucll of this city, has gone to Coluiubiuville, Ohio to engage in the scwing machine business. The friends of J. B. Arms, of Wobster, who bas been unable to be out of doors for some little time, will be pleased to learn that he is convalescing. Kev. Dr. Cocker is to tapend the coming summer in Europo, we are informed, and is to sail for England on the 2d of June next, having secured passage on the Bethnea. Rev. Theo. Thorward, formerly pastor of the Germán M. E. church of this city, but for the past nine months located at Indianapolie, Ind., arrived in this city last Monday, and will exchange pulpits next Sabbath with Rev. C. Helwig, of this city. Col. Crawford, wLoso family roedes in this city, left for Japan lat Mouday. He holds a governraent positíon, in charge bf Japanese railroads, at a salaiy of $10,000 per year.