W. W. Wines has been in Detroit thÍ9 week. Wallace W. Bliss was in Jackson over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. Parker of Chelsea, were in the city Moiulay. Geo. Brown, wifc and son, of Petoskey, were in the city this week. Will E. Sprague, of Detroit, spent Sunday with L. 0. Goodrich and family. Mrs. Dillon and Mre. Guinon of Petoskey, are visiting friends in the city this week. Jay Roath, Will Hollands, and Alva Traver, of Jackson, were in the city last night. Mrs. H. V. Hayes has been quite sick for eome time, but is gradually convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Riggs, of Trenton spent Sunday with Prof. John Dewey and wife. Titus Hutzel is the happy man this time. Last Sunday he becamc the father f a boy. Ottmar Eberbach has ftone to Lansing to attcnd a meeting of the state board of pharmacy. Rey. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of Owosso, are visiting Mrs. B's mother, Mrs. Essex, on Lawrence st. Mrs. O. R. Williams, of Milan, is spending a week or so witli L. C Goodrich and ftiiuily. Mrs. H. J. Brown and children are expected home from a visit to central New York, next Friday. Mrs. C. R. Remick of East Catharine st. has returned from a visit to her daughter, at Grand Rapids. Wm. A. Moore, of Detroit. W. C. Ransom, of Lansing, and O. F. limit, of Detroit, were in town Saturday. N. H. Winans was in tlie city the flrst port of the week. He speaks flatteringly of Ml prospect8 In Battle Creek. Dr. Frothingham is gaining rapidly, we are pleased to state, and will soon resume his duties at the university. Fred M. 8tark, western agent for Jones & Prlmley, of Blkliart, Ind., has been visiting friends in the city this week. Mr. Hawkins, of the Observer, V. M. Brainard and Elmer Briggs came over from Saline on their wheel yesterday. A. Moore, of North Thayer st., who was confined to his home by a carbuncle on the eide of his faco, is about town again. Mrs. Dr. Wood and children are expected home from Monroe this week, where Mrs. Wood was called to attend her Bister's funeral. Arthur D. Rich, lit, '51, and wife, of Chicago, came to see the university Saturday and Bunday, and to visit their sons who are etudying in the city. Dr. Kapp left last Thursday mornine for a week's recreation in the boundless west. We hear it intimateri that he has huiiting on the Minnesota wilds. Mrs. G. M.' Hodges, of Montreal, nee Hattie Whitlark, and sou will spend the winter in the city with Mrs. Hocige's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Gates. Mrs. John C. Schmid and daughter Lizzie, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Chicago and Coimcil Bluffs for the past few weeks, have returned home. Edward J. Sager, of Dexter, Iowa, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Dr. Sager, on S. State st. TIiIb is the lirst visit "Ed " has made to Ann Arbor in sixteen years. He finds many changes in the city and its people "sinee the dnys when we were boys together." Mrs. Henry Wade Rogpra is a delégate to the conference of the Wmnen's Home Miseionary Society of the M. E. church now being held in Syracuse, N. Y. It is the sixth annual conference of the society. Hundreds of delegates are present. The repoit of the secretary shows that much good has been accomplished. Mrs. R. B. Haye is in attendance and presided at the opening of the session.