O. J. Parker left Sunday night for Kansas, prospecting. Will Watts went lo Detroit Tucsday on skatorial business. C. H. Milten is lald tip again with rheuinatlstn in tbe feet. Prof. Lodemann, of Ypsilanü, spent Monday i a the city. Joh-i Burg has mored back into his oíd quarters over the store. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whitlng are visiting frlends in Brigliton. W. W. Wines left for New York this mor ing for spring goods. Hon. A. J. Sawyer has been vory ill during the past few days. C. G. Cook, goes to Dundee this week to start a photographic gallerv. Miss Belle Wicks of Napoleon, is visitinr her aunt, Mrs. M. M. Tuttle. WirtCornwell and wife leave to-morrow for a visit to Chicago and St. Paul. Prof. Barnes, of Howell, bas been visiting friends in the city the present week. Miss Lizzie Clark, of Jackson, has been visit ing Miss Birdie Bliss, during the week. Dr. P. B. Rose went to Chicago Monday to enpage in sorae work for Fowler Bros. the pork pnekers. W. H. Honey, principal of the Caro schools, was in town last Friday, looking hale and hearty. Prof. L. C. Huil, principal of the Detroit high school, has been spending the week in the city. Prof. Sherard, instructor in Oreek and Latin in the Detroit schools visitcd friends in the city this week. C. Ed. Worden, arrived Tuesday evening from California, yiaNew Mexico, Arizena, New Orleans, etc. Wm. Hooker and family.of Dover milis, have been visiting Jos. Richardson and family during the week. Rev. R. B. Pope left Ann Arbor Monday for a two weeks' visit among relatives and friends in Ohio. C. H. Colé, principal of the Hastingg school, has been taking his week's vacation at his home in this city. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Rand, of Charlotte, are visiting at Mrs. R.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore, on N. Thayer st. V. H. French of N. División st., has returued from a southern trip, and reports the weather as delightfully warm. David Taylor, superintendent of the schools at Oxford, has been visiting his parents and other friends in the city this weck. James Fair and wife, living on Cemetery street, celebrated their golden wedding last week Tuesday. Their friends gave them a surprise. D. K. Cochrane, formerly of '85, now city agent for the F. &. P. M. steamboat line at M .111 stop, is in town this week visiting college friends. Mrs. J. B. Angelí has gone to East Saginaw to attend the meeting of the woman's board of missions of the interior, of whlch organizatlon she is president. Mr. Geo. A. Douglas returned last Thursdiiy from hls southern trip to Florida and New Orleans. He reports a good orango erop this year, and a pleasant time. L. D. James of Williamston, Mass., and a large property owner in this city, was here last week on business. He is a son of Enoch James who lived on East Liberty street.