Artliur C. Kellogg, wlio was well k mm u as OM of the boys of Ann Arbor, several years back in lier history, is now connected kli the Denver Republican aa business manager, and in a letter to the proprietor of the CoL-rier, under date of May 12th, he writes as follows : "A copy of your valuable paper has found its way to iny desk to-day, and it so ibicibly reminds me of my childhood days of years ago, ia the beautiful town of Ann Arbor, that I canuot refrain froni dropping you a few linesto compliment you upon the fine appearance of your weekly, and the indications that it gives of the prosperity of the city. I aiu connected as business manager of the above paper and have, as assistauiH in the various departments the following gentlemen who spent many years in Ann Arbor, and will doubtles be reniembered by old friends and acquaintances, viz. : Ben. S. Knowlton, for years with Messrs. Weil Bros. ; W. W. Colé, son of Jas. M. Cole at one time proprietor of the Ann Arbor Journal; Con. ('ook, au old tyiK), for some time with the Argus; and a Mr. Dodson also au old typo, well reinern bered by many of your readers. I mail you to-day a copy of our paper."