Jas. J. Quarry, of Goodyear's, la under tlie weather. Jiulge Ninde, of Ypsilauti, was in the city Satiirday. Mr?. H. E. Wardof Ypsilanti, is vlslting at L. C. Goodrich's. Darius Joslln, of Superior, was a visitor in the city Monday. Mr, B. F. Watts has returned from a visit with friends in Plint. Hon. A. J. Sawyer left Saturday for a week'a stay in Boston, on business. Mrs. R. M. Barker, of Fllnt, spent several dnys with relatives in the city during the week. Geo. W. Millen spent Sunday with friends In Detroit. What's tho matter with Concord? Wm. Judson of Chelsea, vlce-preaident of the Republican State League, was in the city Saturday. Alonzo Traver and wlfe, of Springport, J.ickson county, epent Sunday witli Mr. uu) Mrs. D. C. Pail. Mrs. Francés Wolverton and Miss Mason of Flint are spending a few days with Mrs. W. P. Baillie. Mrs. Wm. H. French, of Reedsburg, Wis., ia visitlng her daughter, Mrs. H. Woodwurd, on Bowery st. Ed. Banghardt and Alex. Weitzel went up to Grand Rapids yesterday to attend the pharmney examination. A reception to Mr. George Douglas and wlfe, of Detroit was given at Prof. Levi Wines' pleasant liome Snturday evening. Rev. Dr. Ryder tells us that lie has not yet decided to accept the Andoyer appointments, all reports to the coutrary notwith standing. Wm. E. Robinson, superintendent of the Detroit schools was in the city last Siiturday and Sunday, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Nicuols, on N. IngalU st. Mrs. G. H. Gray and son George, of Alpena; and Miss Huttie Keith of Dexter, are visitlng their sister, Mrs. Eugene E. Beal, and other relativos in the city. Chas. Fautle, of St. Paul, Minn., was in the city Saturday. Mr. Fantle being somewhat in need of rest has turned his immense business over to his boys, under the lirra name of Fantle Bros. Mrs. Dr. E. O. Haven thinks soine of returning to Ann Arbor to spend her declining years. The many friends of othcr dnys when lier huaband was president of the Uiiiveraity, will welcome her right gladly.