D. F. Schairer bas gone east to buy goods. A. L. Noble left for New York last FriJay, to be absent a couple of weeks. Oeo. Renwick, of New Hudson, was d the city the past week, greeting his old friends here. Matthew Howard, of the 3d ward, left last Monday for Joplin, Mo., to be absent a couple of weeks. Chas. T. Donnelly, of tuis city, law class '80, has gone to Omaha, Nebraska, to enter upon the practico of law. Cortes Pond, of Corunna, has been in the city several days the past week, visiting relativos and friends. C. Sutberland, of EastSafinaw, formerly of tbia city, is now visiting the family of his brother, A. J. Sutherland. Chief Johnson and wife returned from Homer, N. Y., last week, where they went toVtend the funeral of Mrs. Johnson's mother. Miss Mary and Mrs. Will McCullough, of Ypsilanti, and Miss Glenn Eiton, of Detroit, visited friends in the city the past week. Philip Winegar's fatber, Ashbel Winegar, is visiting his son, altliough he has seen 82 years he is smarter (han many of the younger men now. Cari D. Hendrickson starled on the road last Monday, traveling for the Johnston optica! company, of Detroit. His terntory WÜI b MiuliiKan nn.l Indi ma. W. Jesse Booth, of Centralia, Mo., is visiting his brother " Nel " Booth, of the Gregory house. Mr. Booth ernduated from the university with the class of '62. Mrs. M. E. Weaver, of Lsporte, Ind., bas been spending a week in the city visiting her son, Liuis H. Weaver, whois a member of the freshman class in the literary department and wbo has been quite 11 for several days. The following is fr m the Brightoa Citizen : " The lecture Friday evenini? by Hov. John Alabaster, on " Ancient Civilization in Asia," called out as large, if not tlie largest audience of any of the previous lectures, the house being packed. It was also, in our opinión, the best of the three lecture.s he has given here."