Wni. E. Depew will soon move his family from Chelsea to this city. Chas. Latimer is lying very ill of typhoid fever, at his home on División st. Mi88 Hattie L. Taylor, daughter of Tueodore Taylor, goes to Manistee, to teach. A. W. Ames and wife are taking a pleasnre trip through some of the western states. Hastings Banner lst inst. : "Mis. Ilowe, r.v.... .,.., - , ,„ rmving nei in, ii. A. Howe." Miss Nelley Wiiedon started last Monday for Traverse City, to be absent nbout ten days. Mr.Edom N. Bruce and wife, from Madlson Co., N. Y., are guests of Martin Clark, Washington street. Prof. P. B. Rose, of Chicago, was in the city over Sunday. He looks as if Chicago agreed with Mm pretty well. Miss Nellie Stanley has gone to Kushville, 111., where she has accepted a posl tion as teacher in the public schools. Miss Maggie E. Morton, left the city last week, to take the position of teacher in the Tecumseh high school, which opened Monday last. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker went to Base Lake last Monday with tent and camping utensils, expecting to be absent a a week or so. Mr. A. Brisbois, of Leatlville, Colorado, was a caller at the Coukier oftice last Tuesday. He proposes to keep track of An u Arbor events through the columns of tliis paper hereafter. Misse Frederika Goetz aml Mary Scli.iibeile, of this city, will not return to the school for the deaf and dumb at Flint this year, but will remain at home, retuiiiinji next term to complete their course. Mrs. Charles S. Ives, of San Francisco, Cal.,- fornicrly Miss Belle M. Wisewell- and her mother, Mrs. A. E. Wisewell, both tor some years residents of this city, :ire here at present, visiting their friends. Capt. R. M. Barker, of Flint, was in the city last Saturday, just long enough to say "how-dodo," and '"good-bye." We hope he will stay longer next time. Mis. Barker and son George R. remained during the week visiting friends aud relatives in the city. Thos. Boner, formerly of this city, now running on the "Keewenaw," from Sandusky to Point St. Ignace, was in the city yesterday. He says that on the down trip tifteen dead bodies were taken on at Lexington, and brought down tbr burial ut other places, and that we can hardly conceive the awful destruction of the Int in the north woods.