Mrs. John Gott of Tccutnseh is vUitlng n the city. William R.imsay has joined the army )f bicyclists. S. W. Beakcs, of the "Adrián Record," is in the city. A brother of B. B. Morgan of Howell is vlsitlne hini. J. R. Miner has returned .from a business trip west. Dr. Oakley of Ypsilanti has declded to move to Florida. A. J. Siiwyer has returned from an casteru business trip. A. O. Revenaugh, of Jackson, was In the city tuis week. A. L. Noble visited the base ball games ut Detroit yesterday. Mis. A. L. Noble is making a brief visit in Albion, N. Y. S. P. Jewett, Esq., is very sick at bis home on W Huroii 6t. Miss Jessie Young, of Pittsfleld, Pa., is Vteitlog Miss Ida Clements. E. 8. Cushman and wife of Delhi were guests of II. J. Brown yesterday. Aretus Dunn and John I. Tliompson Btill oceupy the " boot" on Main st. Henry Wolff, of Jackson was a guestof Treasurer Harrison Soule this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sawyer, of Dundee, N. Y., are visiting frienda in the city. T. V. McAndrews, a prominent citizen of Ypsilanti was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. G. A. Oouglas has returned from a visit at lier sister at Orcuard Lake. J. F. Lawrence intends to visit Detroit this week to attend the buse ball games. Mrs. James T. Eaman of Anderson, Mich., is visking at her father's, J. J. Robison . F. C. Whitely and A. L. Aagclspauh, laws 'S7 leave for their homes in Ühio to-day. M. Goodrich was at Lansing, Monday, attending the celebratiou of the semi-centennial. Miss Anna Herdman, of Zanesville, O., is visiting at her brother's' Dr. Wm. J. Herdman. Ye local editor of the Courier, Mr, Geo. II. Pond, is recupcrating this week near Flint. Herman Hutzcl is at Streator, 111, where ba is engaged in laying mains tot a water company. James Levan of Northvillo, Mich., a formur resident merchaut of Ami Arbor is visitinir in the city. May Breakey has rcturned home to 8 gradúate. Her rural sequestration greatly I bencl'Uted lier health. Miss Belle Lewis gave a birth day party at her futlier's residencc on i siou street, last evening. Dr. P. B. Rose was in toivn the latter ] part ol last week visiting Uis fainily and ( ihaklng hauds wlth iriends. t Mis. E. B. Norris and family who have i heen absent trom home tor some time at Manchester, will return Friday. J. M. Wheeler and wife, Mrs. Anna Worden and Mrs. S. W. Clarksou attendsd the Thomas concert t Detroit. Mrs. Jennie M. Harrisonof Ann Arbor is on a few days' visit at the home of her , father-iu-law, " L. C. Harrison of Ypsilunti. J. B. Cady has rcturned from a visit to his son, W. B., at Sault Ste. Marie. He reports that he is doing well and that the ' " Soo " is growing. Sir. Knights W. G. Doty and O. S. Fall : leavc tor öt. Louis, Mo. to-day, to engage rooms andmake preparations for the Ann Arbor Commandery. Mis. J. D. Warner starts nextweek foi Las Vegas, New Mexico to join her husband who is engaged in the newspaper business at that point. Mrs. Cyrus G. Lewis, of Detroit, whose husband'was formerly in the boot and shoe business in this city is spending a week In town visitinjr frlends. E. W. Coddington and wife intend to leavc Ann Arbor this month to lócate In Southern Florida and raise oranges, lemons, pineapples and alligators. C. E. Albright, of Colunibus, O., is in the city niaking arrangements to move his family here to receive the benefit of the university and public schools. I). K. Osborne returned from China to A mi Arlmr, urriving lust evening. Mrs. O. was greatly benelitted in health by the voynge and is in Chicago at her fatherV, tlie Rev. John Alubaster. Sylvester G. Noble, oud of the prominent pionecrs of Livingston Co., was in towu on business Monday. He was througb Ann Arbor in 1881, and remarked the wonderful change in the city durln these lifty years. He has traveled a considerable over the country, butheconllderetmr university town as one of the handsomest he has seen.