Miss Bliss is visiting relatives in Parshallville. Mrs. Ashley has been quite sick for several weeks. Rev. Wyllys Hall bas been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. J. L. Stone was in Manchester on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Waite of Brooklyn are visitiDg Miss Fannie Hubbard. John Mullholland of Bay City visited fiïends in Ann Arbor last week. J. C. Watts of Saginaw City stopped in Ann Arbor several days last week. Mrs. J. C. Watts and daughter Jennie contémplate a trip to Florida this winter. Mrs. George Johnson, née Helber, and daughter of Lodi are visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Smalley, of Ann Arbor, is visiting her sister, Mrs B. Bangs.- Fenton Independent J. J. Quarry, Goodyear's clerk, was under the weather a few days the f ore part of the week. Henry Hatch's goods left for West Branch last Friday. Mrs. Hatch leaves for that point this week. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Nimmons from Indiana are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Jas. I. Best, on Monroe street. Geo. Vinkle, of Dexter, sold his personal property at auction last Saturday preparatory to moving to this city. Harry Bliss, an Ann Arbor boy, now traveling for a Wholesale jewelry house, stopped over one train last Saturday. Miss Lee Bird, of Atchison. Kansas, is visiting friends in this city on lier way home from a two years' absence in Europe. We learn that J. II. Wurner living near Howell, expects to become a resident of our city soon for the purpose of edncating his children. Charles Bennett for sorne time at the news depot changed to the Toledo freight office on Monday. Mr. Boughton loses a good clerk. Miss Louise L. Loving, a graduate of '83 in the High School, left Saturday tor West Unity, Ohio, where she has a position in the schools. Mrs. Zwengel of ïiiles carne Tuesday for a several weeks' visit in Ann Arbor and vicinity. She is now at Philip Lohrs' on Packard street. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hill, of Detroit, paid a short visit last week to C. Bliss and family of this city, on their way home from St Paul, Minnesota. Orrin Stair of the Saline Observer dropped in 'pon us last Saturday. ne's the proorietor of a "bi." now, andenjoysheaders with the rest of the boys. Mrs. Stringham, for some time resident n Ann Arbor, left last Friday mnrning 'or her new home near Beaver Lake P. O. n Roscommon county. The treasurer of that county, by the way, has recently iiroved a defaulter to the suin of about sixteen thousand dollars. Prof. Tyler's son Edvvard visited friends In Ann Arbor a few days recently, stopping with Gov. Ashlev's. He left for Detroit on Monday where he will remain a week before returning home. We learn that Profs. Tyler and White sail for home this week from their sunimer trip to Europe.