l'hiletus Stark, of Bsy City, is visiting friends in the city. D. F. Schairer loft last Tuesday for New York and Boston, to buy goods. Kev. J. Alabaster delivered one of bis popular loctures at Milford last week. Deputy-clerk Lcw F. Wade bas returned from bis trip to Boston and the eat. Mr. J. T. Sunderland leotured at Charlotte last Sabbath, upon "Liïcreiia Mott." I. L. Witmyer, law, elass of '80, has gone to MinnuapolÍN, Minn., to lócate. Leooard Vaughan feil upon the sidewalk last Monday, and was quite seriously injured thereby. 1 1 n. .las. A. Aston, of Columbup, Ohio, is visiting at the residence of bis daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Jacob,-. A. A. Uregory is confiued to the house by weak eyes. It is feared he may lose the sight of one of the tu. Dr. A. C. Niohols, of Bay City, paid bis brotber, Dr. W. W. Nichols of this city, a brief visit last week. Mr. í. M. Monroe and faraily, of Pittsfield, have moved into the city temporarily, preparatory to going to Nebraska or Iowa. Hon. R. E. Frazer has fully resolved to Ieave ourcity and uiake a permanent home at Cheboygan. A loss which out city will deeply regret. Rev. Fred. T. Brown, formerly pastor of' the Presbyterian cbureh, of this city, has accepted a cali to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Mani.squan, New Jersey. James Brooks, son of "Cl'arlie" Brooks the painter, a former resident of this city, is visiting old friends berc. He bas just returned from Maine, and report the prohibitory law in ihat state as in full force. Anthony McReynolds, for the past nine years a respectod resident of this city, left with bis family, to take up his residence in Cleveland, his former home. Mr. McReynolds is a stalwart re publican, a tirtn unitarian, and has been a good citizen during his srjourn in our city.