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Mrs. Christian Mack is visiting friends in St. Louis, Missouri. Rev. Wm. George, of Dundee, was in tbe city last Monday. W. Burchard, banker, of Grasa Lake, oalled at the Coukier office yesterday. Christian Mack, of the firm of Mack & Schtnid, has gone east to purchase goods. Hon. A. D. (Jrane, of Dexter, was in the city last Tuesday at the opening of court. C. S. Millen goes cast to-day to Philadelphia and New York to be absent some two weeks. W. E. Ziegenfuss, M.D., of Dexter, our accomplished correspondent, was in the city last Wednesdayj D. F. Schairer, successor to C. H. Millen & Son, goes to New York and Philadelphia to-day for new goods. N. R. Waterman, of the firm of Maltby, Brotherton & Waterman, of Bay City, spent the Sabbath in the city with his fainily. Mrs. A. H. Snow, of Wenona, Minn., eister of W. G. Doty, has been visiting in the city the past week. F. H. Isham, formerly of Salem, has purchased a farm in Isabella county, and removed tbereto with his family. I. L. Grinnell, of this city, receivod notice yesterday of the granting of his appliOJition for a patent upon a sewing machine attachment. Dr. D. M. Tyler has been elected medi1 cal examiner of the Workingmen's Relief Association, an organization recently perfected in Detroit. Gov. J. M. Ashley left lor Uoston last Tuesday, where he goes on business connected with the Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern railroad. Chas. T. Donnelly desires us to correct the item iu the last issue of the Courier, mentioning his name in connection with the office of recorder. He saya he is not a candidate. The Couriek office received an exceedingly pleasant cali from Mr. C. F. Owen, junior partner in the firm of G. V. Owen &Co., publishers of the Wyandotte Herald, last Tuesday tnorning. He reports business as bootuing in Wyandotte in all branches of trade, printing heading the list. Chrisiian J. Reul, for the past nine yeara foreman of the newspaper department of this office, left last Monday for Indianapolis, Ind., where he goes into business for himself. He is an excellent workman and a man who thorouuhly understands himself. May success attend him in his new field of labor.