- 8 uporvisor Rose of Sharon was in town ou Tuosday. - John J. Carey "left yeaterday for St. Mary'8 Seminary, Baltimoro. - Oeorge, son of W. B. Osborn of Sharon, is a Hillsdale college student. - Morria Sullivan returned to St. Charles college, Elliot City, Md., yesterday, - During thp conference Bishop Bowman will be the guest of aldorman Ferdon. - R. G. Swarthout, night operator at the depot in Dexter, ha3 been transferred to the depot in this oity. - Miss Clara Colman of this city has accepted a position as teacher in the sohools at South Bend, Ind. - Timothena Schmid of th late flri of N. Sohmid & Co., of ManehssUr hs becoue a resident of this ity. -Charle 8, Millen leavei for Jïew York to-day to parchase a fall stock of goods for John N. Gott's dry goods house. - Thomas MoNamara, Eddie Croarkin and Frank Reeve of Dexter, and McPhillips of Scio, have enteied Notre Dame, Ind., college. - Gov. Ashley left the city on Saturday for Boston to consult Mr. John B. Alley as to arrangements for an early and prompt completion of the Toledo road to Pontinc. - W. T. Jackson, who took the degree of Ph. D. at the recent June commencement of our state university, has gone to Fostoria, O., to take charge of the ' Postoria academy, at a salary of $1,000.