J. 1 . Jacobs went easl yesterday. D. Henniug bas been in town this week. Geo. Osius was down to Detroit Friday. lapt. E. 1. Allen was in town yesterday. Miss Della Jipgon, of Blissftetd, Is vlsiting at Chas. H. Worden's. Miss Beltie Stienücld,;of Detroit, is visitiiifi friends In Ann Arbor. Will Worden is gettlngabout once more, but his foot is still quite tender. Emory Townsend was down from th state capital Saturday, to bear Nast. Cari Hendrickson onc ot the ownersof the Egan Truss is on a business trip through Ohio. Hon. A. J. Sawyer was up to his old Chelsea home Monday, expounding the law. Mr. Geo. Gould and Miss Ida McCoy of Ypsilanti. payed ourcity a short visit last Friilay evening. Mis. John Heuly went to Ionia Monday to attend the foity-iifth anniversary oí lier pirent's wedding. E. B. Abel was dctalned frora hls New York trip by reason of feeling ill, but expects to start in a few day. Mrs. H. J. Brown, left for Syracuse, N. Y., last Monday to remain a couple of weeks with relativea and friends. Jere C. Kr.owlton spent Sunday in Adrián with friends, and Mrs. Knowlton will return from that city to-day, froin a week'a stay. Mrs. I. Ü. Lewis, of Hyde Park, 111., cauie to Ann Arbor Monday evening to remain a couple of weeks with her father, C. H. Milieu. Ilarry French, sou of W. H. French, of :his city, hasbeen appolnted superintendent of the knitting department of a large manufactory at Columbla City, Ind. II. J. Brown was up to Lansing last week, looking after tho interest of the phannacy blll, limitinr the compounding f prescriptions to competent and licensed drugg8t9. Miss Hattie Woodard, of Rochester, Mrs. John Scott, of Detroit, Mrs. Arthur Parker, of Kalamazoo, and Hubert Woodinl, of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with Mis. W H. French and Mrs. H. Wooditá, on División st.