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Rey. R. B. Pope of Chicago, was in the oity for a short time laat Tuesday. W. A. Tolchard went to Lansing Monday night on business pertainiDg to the University. Lorin Hall, of this city, reoently graduated from tbe Bellevue Medical College, N. Y. city. Prof. C. E. Greeoe, of this city, was elected president of the surveyors and engineers convention recently held at Lansing. Prof. W. H. Butts, of the Orchard Lake Military Academy, has been whiling away a short vacation this week at hia home in this city. The many Dexter fiiends of Mrs. R. B. DeVinney, of Lansing, will be rejoiced to learn of her complete reoovery from protracted illness. H. W. Sanfson, of Ypsilanti, called at the Courikr office, last Wednesday, and left an " ad." for the paper whioh will be found in another oolumn. Dr. Brown, of the Presbyterian church of this city, has gone to Kentnoky to be absent sonie two weeks, upon invitation of a congregation in that State. Harry B. Hutehins and wife of Mt. Clemens, Eugene II. Hutchina and family, of Owosso, and Mrs. Belle Fleming, of Cincinnati, attended the marriage of their sis ter Carrie E., on Tuesday evening of this week. Dan. F. Danforth, of Kansas City, Mo., Geo. Danforth, of N. Y. city, Mrs. Mary Baxter, of Chicago, and Mrs. Ed. Jewett, of Buffalo, N. Y., children of Mrs. Geo. Danforth, are in the city, called here by the serious illness of their mother.