Gilbert Bliss has resigned the treasurership of the Opera House. J. J. Uoblson has been spending a few days in Detroit this week. Heibert Randall is in Boston and New York looking after goods. Gilbert Howe returned Wednesday last week, fi-om a trip to üakola. Mrs. D. B. Martin of Bay City has been visiting her mother iu town. Dr. W. W. Nichols and daughter visited Detroit"s Art Loan Tuesday. Cub Berdan, the musician from Detroit came to Ann Arbor on Tuesday. E. H. Hudson and wife lookeil over the Art colhctions in Detroit Tuesday. J. C. Knowlton had an enjoyable time last week on a fishing and hunting excursión. Deacon Mills goes next week to visit his children in Kansas He does not expect to return before six or eight months. Sister M. Stella of St. Vincent's Orplian Asyluiu in Detroit arrived yesterday to reniain ut Ambrose Kearney's a few days. E. E. White has been in the city fora few days and soon goes to St. Johns to engage in business with Hon. S. 8. Walker. Joe T. Jacobs left Tuesday for a trip to the exposition at Louisville, Kentucky. While absent he will revisit soine of the scènes of his arniy life and experiencc. Alt' red O. Crozier and H. A. Davis will sail on the Alaska next Tuesday for a couple of y ears in Europe. The latter part of the winter will be spent in Paris. They will devote tbeirtime in the secret service of the U. S. Government. AMONO THE SICK. Dr. Breakey now sits up, hut does not yet venture out. Mr. Cllmie and daughtcr Mary are improving and hope soon to be able to go to Eaton Hapids for their nonvalescence. Mrs. R. A. Beal was quite low the early pait of the week but is somewhat better. Mrs. G. J. Daniels is slowly gaining strength. Mrs. A. Kearney has an operation perforraed lo-day for her tumor. Mrs. Watts and daughter started for Florida Wednesday to spend the winter in search of health.