Dr. Breakey is on the improve. Dr. Kapp is off on a hunttag expedition. Br. Sinitli lias gone to Yorktown to attent! the eelebration. Kobert 13. Frazer of Cheboygan is (pending a few days in the city, haring come to Detroit on business. Col. Burleigh was in town on Monday makingbu iness calis. Rev, M. S. Angelí was a recent guest of Mr. mul Mrs. R. A. Beal. Mr. Geo. Holmes is in town, and is stopping with Mr. Geo. Renwick. V. H. Bordan, of Balero, will soon leave for thr, South whcro lic will spcml BOOM time. Miss Kerr, of Lodi, left home on Wednesday last, for África where she expects to tcach. Lincoln BuzzáVd, brotlier-in-law to Prof. Steere, is dungerously ill of typhoid fever fcver at Kirkville, Missouri. Mrs. Mary Townsend, sister to Gcorge Jacobus, has been in the city recently visting her brothcr and mother (!. H. Ludlow, of Port Huron, formerly jook-keeper for Wines & Worden, is spendng a day or two among tlie boys. E C. Hoyt, formerly of Dexter, is at Seneea Falls, New York, in the employ of the Gould Manufactiiring Uompany on a large salary. Miss Annie Taylor, daughter of Tlieodore Taylor, will start for the East the fitst of next week intending to spend a few veeks in New Yoik City. N. 1?. Waterman, of Cassopoüs, is visitIng his parenta In this city. His mother, Mis. R. Waterman, recently reeeived a strokc of ]aral sis. but is now nearlv recovered. A. B. Pond will resume liis tluties in the High School next Tuespay morningf. Mr. W. B, Garvín, a member of the junior literary class of the University, will asis( Urn, teaching two of hls Latin dauea.