Next Sabbath af'ternoou, at 3 o'clock, at tbe opera house, arrangement have been made for a farewell meeting to llobert K. Frazer, uur distinguished fellow townsman, who is soon to loave us for a home in the northern portion of our state, having decided to lócate permanently in the thriving village of Cheboygaa. Mr. Frazer we all koow. His courage and stamina io takiog a Brui stand, and stM-iif to it, is worthy of the highest praise that can be aceorded to a man. It is with no fteliugs of pleasure tbat thecitizins of this cominunity part with Mr. Frazer, and deep regret is expressed on every side, that he deerns a change of ocality essential. He first carne to thi.s city as a í-tudent from Detroit, in the year 1860, and after completing a course of stuiy and graduating from the university, !)e settled down among us and commenced the pracüce of law. Siuce then he has ived in our midst continuously, holding offices of trust at different times. Next Sunday afternoon will be tbe last ;ime he will addresa a meeting as a citizen of our city, and his parting words will be of interest to our people. He deserves a rousing farewcll meeting, aüd we have not the faintest doubt but that be will be p-eeted with such an one as the opera louse never held before.