Rev. D. II. Taylor, of Fenton is about to remove to this city, it is announced. Attorney General Van Riper was in the city the first of the week, on business. B. B. Morgan and faruily of Ann Arbor, are visiting friends in Howell. - Republican. C. R. Pattison, of the Ypsilanti Commercial, was a caller at the Courieh office last Wednesday. Ernest Mann of Detroit, accompanied by his family, spent Christmaswith hisfather, Emanuel Mann, in this city. Prof. Albert J. Volland, of Wisconsin normal university, arrived in the city last Friday, to spend a two weeks' vacation. E. B. Abel, of the flrm of Bach & Abel, left last Tuesday for his old home in New York, to spend a few days with his parents. Mr. U. T. Foster, general manager of theUnion milis of Detroit, has been in the city the past week, visiting relatives and friends. I. K. Pond, olass of '78, has been spending the holiday8 with his parcnts in this city. He is a designer in the Pullman car works, Chicago. Mrs. Martha Geddes, has been east for the past two weeks, visiting friends and relatives. A large family gathering took place at her old home. The Rev. Henry M. Goodell, of the class of '71, has accepted a cali to the Congregalional church of Des Plaines, 111., a near suburb of Chicago. Prof. S. F. Ganung, of Havana, New York, who has been spending the holiday season at Mrs. Dr. Pope's on Jefferson street, expects to return home the first of the coming week. Prof. Cocker, of the university, ia in the city, the guest of his son. He will preach in the Broad street M. E. church Sabbath morning. - Adriaa Times. The genial face of N. R. Waterman, of Bay City, beamed in upon us last Fiiday. Himselfand family have been spending the holidays with relatives in the city. Prof. F. A. Platt, of the Flint state school for the deaf and dumb, and Prof. W. Carrier Matthewe, of the Fenton schools, were callers Christmas Day, upon Geo. H. Pond and family.