At the Ann Arior öcientihc Associatlou on Saturday evenïng, the following persons vrere received as new members, Mrs. E D. Kmne, Miss Kate Hale, Mr. Israel Hall, and Henry W. Kogers. A paper was read by Prof. Merriman on Halos and Farhelia, which was fully discussed by those present. Mr. Williams, a momber of the County Pioneers' Society, exhibited an image, apparently of an Indian, which was cut in red sandstone. It was found ten years ago and about eight miles froin Ann Arbor. As there ie 110 red sandstone in this vicinity, it must have been made elsewhere and brought here. It was exhibited at Detroit this week, to the American Scientific Associatiou. Dr. Sager gave a talk upon a new microscopio Insect which he had lately discovered. He said it had a different arterial organization than any he had before examined. Prof. Harrington said he had been testing the tea sold in this city, and in twenty specimens, he had been able to find nothiiig but the pure article. It ia not jet known whether a meeting will be held in September, as many of the members will be absent hom the city.