Dr. F. G. Novy has rcturned froni his European trip. Mrs. Bassett,,nf E. Liberty street was 90 years old Tuesday. Professor Stanley and Dr. Dixon have rooms over the school of music. Mr. W. N. Brown has been in Sbepard attending the Struble inquest. John A. Schee is building a new house on E. Aan near State street. Re r. Gelston left Monday for the South where he will spend the winter. Dr. Vaughan is expected back in about one week. He is now on the ocean. Fred Rentschler will shortly begin work on his new residence ou N. State street.. Miss Flora Bostwick, of Dexter, visted Ann Arbor friends last Saturday on lier wheel. Chas W. Wagner returned Saturday from Wequetonsing where he has been making an extended visit. Prof. J. C. Knowlton spent severnl weeks in and about Charlevoix. He reports several fine catches of trout. James Murnan ana wife have returned from their wedding tour and Mr. Murnan is again in the Cook Houso as' clerk. Judge Pond and wife visited the state prison at Jackson Sunday. Judge Pond was formcrly warden of the prison. C. F. Watkins, coach of last year's base ball team, is again in the city. His mother comes with .him to spend the winter. Miss Eda M. Clark went to Louisvitle, Ky., a few days ago to take a place as teacher in the Temple Collegiale seminary.