- A uuuiber of ple&xaut class reuuions and society receptions have been held duriug the week, bnt space forbids notice. -Dr. Gilchrist vacatea his chair in the Homeopathie Medical College, Prof. E. C. Franklin, of St. Louis, aucceeding him. - Dr. Angelí wilt give the opening address before the State Teachers' Institute at Landing, on Monday evening, Jiily 8. - W. W. Burt, class of 76, was married at Terra Haute, Ind., June 24, to Miss Fanny E. Scott, and is now visiting this city with hia brido. - S. T. Douglaa has resigned his position of assistant in the laboratory, and we hear an intimation that ha will enter upon the study of the Iaw. - M. E N, Howell, class of '58, forraerly of Fontiac, has been üesignated to act as chief clerk of public lands at Washington. He has been in the land office nearly ever sinee (rraduation. - The Regenta have voted to accept onehalf of the Beal-Steere collectiou, iu discharge ot the decree agaiuBt Dr. Rose acid his sureties. Perhaps the best method of a dissolution of partnership. - The Regenta, at their Thursday evening sessiou, made b general cut on salaries, with aoina changes in the faculties, and also appointed William A. Tolchard, Teller of the First National Bank, Tieasurer and purchasing agent. - J. Q. A. Fritchey, elaaa ot 'í8, a semi-attache of the Arqus office during his college course, bnt uow a long-time resident aud lawyer of St. Louis, Mo., has been oue of the manv viaitors to his old haunt the present week. He put in an early appearauce at the Aköds otttce aud expresaed hiinselï pleased with the appearauce of the town.