- Mr. Christopher Donnelly andjChaa Eister left yesterday for Kalaimizoo. - C. W. Caso of Idnbo, is expected to visit his fftther, B. Case of Manchester. - Miss Hannah Collins of Detroit i visiting the Misses McCarthy of this oity. - Miss Martha Harris of Detroit is visiting Miss Msggie O'Keefe of this city. - Prof. J.F. Schaeberle returned from Adrián on Saturday where he has bcei visiting relatives. - Mrs. Erue8t Mann and sister Miss Clara Backua of Detroit are lisiting friends in this city. - Miss Florence, daughter of George Johnson of Lodi, is visiting fiiends in Orass Lake and Landing. - Prof. Beuben Kempf returned on Thursday from a two years study at the Stuttgart congervatory of musio. - Attorney A. J. Bawyer left the city on Saturday for a season of recreation via Lake to Mackiuac and Petoskey. - Mises Nellie O'Keefe and Hogan are rusticating for a few days enjoyiug the balrny breezes at Whitmore Lake. - Mr. Otto Behr and Miss Minnie Lindermann of Detroit spent the Sabbath with Mr. B'd mother, of this city. - Eev. Cbristian Spring and duughtr Marie, of New Hauiburgh, Ontario are visiting August Hutaoll, Esq, of ilii viiy. - A Cleveland paper says Eegent Oliinie, of the uuiversity, is nuw a postal clerk running between Cleveland and Chicago. -Eev. John A. Wjlson of St. Luke's Episcopal church of Ypsilmiti is at Naragansett Pier, E. I., speuding his sutniner vacation. - A. S. Pettit, of the University olass of '79, has accepted a position as teacher in the Coldwater public schools at a salary of $700 and expenses. -Mr. Hubert W. Brown, M. A., a 'raduate of the University at the late commencement, has been elected pal of tho Union School, of Ypsilanti. - George P. McMahon of Manchester, a gradúate of high schools and towuship superintendent of schools two terms, will study law with kis brother J. B., of Ludington. - Gerhp.rd Josenhans, after a season of recreation in York and a visit in Detroit, has resumed his place behind the counter in the dry goods store of Mack & Schuiid. - George Affel of Noble'3 clothing house, George Miller of Kinsey & Sea bolt's grocery store, and John Whar of Bach & Abel's dry goods house are in aiup at Whitmore Lake. - Ar delegates of the Rflform club of his city, President Jno. Schuinacher, RE. Frazer, Rev. R. B. Pope, Chas, Boylan and James Saunders attended the Red libbon state conventiun at Lansiug yeeterday, - Herbert W. Brown, who, at the reent corumenceruent at the University, ook both the degrees of B. A. and M A., has been tendeied the principalship of the Ypsilanti High School, vice Prof. }. T. Lañe, who has resigned to accept inore remunerativo position in the chools of Fort Wnyne, Iud.