Prof. Alexander Winchell is seriously ill. W. W. Whedon was in Jackson Tuesday. John J. Robihon ent to Hillsdale on Tuesday. Arthur E. Hawkes has returned from Plainwell. Mrs. G. W. Milieu is visiting her parents in Concord. Mrs. E.M. Irish is spending some weeks in KaUunazoo. Prof. John Dewey left Tnerda; evining for New York city. H. G. Prettyman has been spending a few days in Chicago. John E. Marble has been suddenly called to Los Angelos, Cal. Albert Hirth, of Grand Rapide, bas been visiting Philip Krause. O. E. Jones, of Milan, was in Ann Arbor last Saturday and Sunday. Robert Mann, of East Tawas, has been visitiiig his brothers in this city. Walter Mack left Sunday evening for Denver and other western points. L. C. Noble, of Pittsburg, spent Sundaj with his sister, Mra. N. W. Cheever. Miss Rena Davis, of Owoseo, made Miss Bertha Cristman a short visit last week. John Goetz aud daughter attended the funeral of a relative at Owosso this week. Mrs. Wm. Arnold went to Detroit, last week, to p.ttend the funeral of a relative. Michael Ryan, of the Michigan Central, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed. Clancy. Mrs. E. D. Fletcher ieaves next Saturday fcr Clifton Spring, N. Y., to visit her mother. Fred A. Maynard epent a short lime with his parents, Tuesday.on his return from New York. Harvey Bannister and wife have retnrned from Owosso and Saginaw, where they visited tbeir sons. Mrs. John Kelley and Miss Farley, of Marshall, attended the funeral of Mrs. John Smith on Monday. Hon. W. W. Cummer, wife and daughter, of Cadillac, were the guests of Mrs. Quigley, of Church-st, last week. Miss May Wing left Tuesday for Detroit to attend the governor's levee. She will be the guest of Mrs. Charles Woodard. Mr. and Ml Frank Howard, James and John Coleman, of Detroit, attended the funeral of Mrs. John Smith on Monday. LewiB McLouth, president of South Dakota Agricultural college, spent a few days last week with his brother-in-law, A. M. Doty. Chas. I. Potter and wife, of Niles, Mich. spent Tuesda in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. MoraD. They were on their way to New York City, whee they will reside hereafter. J. C. Taylor, jr. and wife spent Sunday with the former's parents, at 90 Broadway. They are with the Andrews Opera company this season, and as the company is now touring through Michigan, they hope to play in Ann Arbor before long.