John Clancy has gone to Diyton, O., to attend school. J. E Beal amveil home from his European trip Friday. Lewis Hammond of Green Odk was n the city yesterday. Jame Caüaghan of Chicago is visiting ihe family of I Djne'ley. A. L. Nobla and tvife returned Monday from Nantucket B?ach, Mass. Mrs. A. H. Shelmire of Kilamazoo is visiting her uncltf, B. F. Watts. Dr. and Mrs. Breakey returned Tuesday afternoon from au easlern visit. Miss Baryll Clancy returnad Friday frotn a five weeks' visit in the east. L. J. Taylor of Chicago spent the past week with his mother on William-st. Mi6s Katie Finn of Toledo, O., is visking Mrs. George Dengler on First street. Prof. Frank C. Smith has returned from a summsr tour through northeru Wisconsin. Ira G. Currie, law '87, was married to a young lady at Fenton, last week WedneEday. Charles Wells and wife of Chicago were in the city last week visiting his mother on Statest. Rev. Wni. Campbell of S. Fourth-st bas returned from Bay View, where he spent the suminer. A. Bennett and wife of Marshall spent several days last week with the family of Moses Seabolt. E. K. Frueauff was at Monroe yesterday on business for the Allmendinger Organ Company. Earnest W. Wines of Grand Rapids v;sited bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wines, last week. C. S Fall is running as a substituto on the Detroit and Cntcago railway postal service this week. Mrs. Susie White of Union City and her sister, Mr. Cook of Battle Creek, are visiting friends in the city. Charles G. Bush, a gradúate of the dental department, was married at 8an Francisco, Cal., September 25. Dr. George E. Frothingham and family removed to Detroit Monday evening to make that city their future home. Miss Alt E. Wilmot, a 6ster of Mrs. A. B. Wines of the sixth ward, passed through the city last Thursday on her way to New York, from which place ehe sails to-day for Europe. Miss Clara Maak ivtu-ned Tuesfay nisjtit from Buffa'o und ether partsfif New York state where she has been visiting. Mis? Clara L. D oty, who has been visitng relitivea at New Iliven, Conn , during tha nimmer, returned home latThursday Miss Clara Eherbach returned Salurday night from Bast Suginatv wli-re slie has been visiting her coasin, Mrs. fienry Heim. John H. Mnyiiard of California drooped in to visit his parent', Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maynard, and other Iriends lat Saturday eveuing. J. H. Cutticg was called to Lwell, Mass., S iturdüy niglit, by a telegram froaa his wife annouioiug Ihe serious ïllness of their son. Cole, Bailey and Sorvise, returned last Saturday from a boat trin f rom Ann Arbor to Lake Erie on the Huron river, one bundred acd thir;y-five miles. It to?k nine days to make the trip. They had ood luck hunting and Behing, and the trip was a very plnasant one.