B. li. Abel luis rcturned from tlic eaft, healthy aml happy. Prof. W. It. Buttslias returned to liis dutles at the Michigan military academjr. Miases Carrie Davis and Mary Roost, of Delhi, visitad the Biisaèi Hayleys thia week. I. K. Pond, class of "79, of Chicago, spent the Slibbttth ;it the home of his parents in this city. Mis. JefFery. of l'iovkleuce, R. I., spent last Tuesday in the cit}-, the guest of Mrs. Thos. Ilaylcy. Mrs. B. Green anddaughter, Hts. W. VV. Hannan, liave been spendfog a few days at Niágara Ful Is. Fenton Independent Sept. lOth : " B. fi Waite iinduit'i', of Ann Arbor, are liere visiting his paren ts." Ifra. J. G. I-ewin, of Chicago, formirly Mi-s Nannie Milieu of this city - is visiting her mother, Mrs C. II. Alillen. MiM Alice Myrick is a teacher in the third w -ard school, Ann Arbor. Miss Alicc is a fine seholur.- Pontiac Gazette. U r, Stockton of Detroit, has rented Prof. Tyler's house, on N. Ingalls street, and Intends to reside liere permanently. Miss Emma Slattery, of Elizabeth street, left yesterday for Norte Dame, where slie intends taking a two years' course. T. B. Bronsoiij fonnerly of '7U, but gradnate of "81, has gone to the Orchard Lake military academy, as instructor in Latin and Gemían. J. K. Beal returned last Saturday from his western trip looking as if the prairie zephyrs agreed with him betterthan did the salt sea breezes earlier in the season. Heory Waldron lias been out to Worden's the new station on the T., A. A. & G. T., superintendinr the erection of the new depot there. Rev. .1. Alabaster is absent this week, attending the M. E. Conference at Port Huron. He will be returned to this pastorate to complete the three years, without the least doubt. Thos. L. Jleaton, of this city, who taught last year at the school for the deaf and dumb at Flint, will not return to that institution this year. He intends to enter upon the practice of his irofessiou. Wtn. II. Jenkins, who spent two years readinji law with Sawyer fc Knowlton, of Ihis city, left last Thursday for St. Louis, Mo., where he proposes to stick out his ihlngle. He will be heard from in the future if n.i bad luck overtakes him. The Corunna Aineiican of Sept. lOth, bas theíe two personáis : "Mr. Isaac Crawford, of Ann Arbor, fonnerly of Owosso, favored us with a cali yesterday." Also, 'on Momlay, 19th inst., .ludge A. A. Harpn will taki' a short vacatiou and visit Uil parents in Wn8htena,W county."