B. C. Farrand has gone to Port Huron to live. John Schumacher returned frotu a trip to Cleveland, Wednesday night. E. J. Ferdon has laken up his residence on Alexandrine Avenue, Detroit. Dr. Evans, of Columbus, O., spent a few dayB as the guest of Dr. T. P. Wilson last week. Hon. John B. Alley, of Boston, was in ihecity last Monday, looking afterhis railr road interest. Rev. J. Alabaster has been absent several days this week, attending the Lansing district, S. S. institute, as lecturer. Mr. John G. Holmes, of the Berrien Co. Record, published at Buchanan, was a oaller at the Courier office last Friday. Mrs. Dr. Prescott was thrown from a carriage by a runaway horse last Tuesday afternoon, and received slight injuries. Mr. Berkey, of the firm of Berkey & Gay, Grand Rapids furniture manufacturera, was in the city a day or two since. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bach left the city last Monday, with the intention of taking an extended trip through the southern staten. C. M. C. Peters, of Scio, who was iuarried a short time since, has gone into busiwith his father-inlaw, in New Carlisle, Indiana. Mrs. R. E. Frazerand Mrs. D. S. Wood were delegates to the district convention of the W. C. T. U. held in Hillsdale yesterday and day before. Geo. Le Van, who injured bis spine last summer, by falliog from a high building in V p.silanti, which he was paintiag, has got so he can walk about a little. M. J. O'Reilley left this week with his family, for Plattsmouth, Neb. This gentleman bas contributed some excellent articles to the press upon the troubles in Ireland, and is a pretty level-beaded man wliom we shall expect to hear of in the great wo-t. Prof. Willis Hubbard, of the Flint school for the deaf and dunib, was in the city the latter part of last week, accompanied by his son, Eddie, who is being treated for weak eyes. Mr. Hubbard expressed himself as happily surprised with the beautiful city of Ann Arbor.