Seward Cramer has gone to Illinois on business. A. D. Seyler was in Detroit on business Tuesday. Mra. J. B. Bach has returnei f rom a visit to llowell. Miss Agnes Cropsey is spendiug a week in Detroit. Mrs. Wm. Noble returned from New York last Friday. Fred Sturm came over from Saline on msiness Monday. Mf.'C, Rehtschler and son leave this veek for New York. Miss A. Wood has been spending the week in Eaton Rapids. Miss Helen M. Osgood goes to Meïoruinee in September. Miss Carrie Ball is expected home "rom hervacation to-monov. Mrs. E. L. Dnggs, of Grand Haven, s visiting Mrs. A. H. Holmes. Mrs. T. B. Snell, of Munsy, Ind., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook. Geo. Leykauff, of Detroit, spent Tuesday with Ann Arbor friends. Mrs. N. M. Schoft and Mrs. A. W. Ames spent Thursday in Detroit. Miss JSTettie Ames bas returned from Detroit much improved in health. Cashier Charles E. Hiscock has been in Cincinnati for a few days. Dr. Huber and the son of llev. John Neumann left Tuesday for Buffalo. Miss Duval, of North Hampton, Mass., is visiting Mrs. Prof. Morris. Prof. W. S. Ferry will return f rom theinstitute at Williamston to-morrow. Mrs. J. M. Hale and daughter, of Dexter, have been visiting Mrs. Tracy Root. Mrs. Caroline Gott and famüy, of South División street, are at Whitmore Lake. Mis. Seth Otis has been visiting Mrs. Anna E. Warden, of South División Street. II. M. Tabor has returned f rom Long Island, where he has been spending the sumnier. Jas. Cook and wife, who have been visiting at Niágara Falls, returned ïuesday. Miss Flora Storms returned Saturday from an enjoyable Ihree weeks" visit m DeWitt, Ia. . H. L. Merrill, superintendent of schools at Palatine, 111., bas been in the city tliis week. Charles Cooley left yesterday tor Baj City, where he .has a position in the Industrial -Works. Mrs. D. Cramer bas recovered her health again. The Green Bay fever did not last long. VVplt Booth goestoMilan to-moriow to cateh for the ball club there in a game with Adrián. Dr. Kamsay and wife left Tuesday morning to visit fnends in Ohio for two or three weeks. Miss Constancer, of Crawfordsville, Ind., is visiting Mrs. N. Reeves, of South División street. Prof. E. Lohr, who bas been visitiog his parents in Ihis city, returned to South Bend, Ind., Tuesday. Miss D. L. Wallace, of Toledo, is visiting Miss May Tozer, corner ot Thayer and Washington streets. Mrs. Dr. Wile, who has been visiting her father for a few weeks, has returned to her home in La Porte, Ind. Mrs. Albert Lohr, of Marshall, accompanied by her two sons, Cari and Ruddy, is visiting relatives in this city. N. Eisenlord, business manager of the Kansas City Evening News, has been visting Christian Mack in this city. Prof. EmanuelSchmid, of Colurnbus, Ohio, brother of Frederick Schmid, is visiting his mother and friends in the city. Mrs. Andrew Bell and daughter, of South División street, leave for New York next Thursday1, via the Hudson river. Miss Gertie Sanford returned Satur day from Shellsburg, Iowa, where she bas been visiting relatives for the past eix weeks. Russell Palmer,a f ormer photographer of this city, but now ot Brooklyn, is baving tumors removed from hiseye by Dr. Frothingham. Prof. Calvin B. Cady has gone to Chicago, where he is to have charge of the new conservatory of music which bas been established there. Rev. D. A. Whedon, D. D., of Providence, R. I., is expected heie this week on a visit tohls brother, W. W. Whedon, and is expected to fill the M. E. church pulpit Sunday, Dr. Jas. M. Martin has been touring through Ireland and Scotland and is now inspecting the hospitals in London. He leaves there for Paris and Berlin and will sail from Hamburg next month reachins; here by the first of October.